Not far away near Munich, the Farm Museum is located Jexhof. What unites Munich’s art and antiquities guides all antique guide, with this farm museum that describes the life of a peasant family in 1920 Since it is important first to define an antique to illuminate – the Internet is the way, all in the print medium Antique Guide occurring terms within the art and antiques on the lexicon, but otherwise perfectly functioning search function above stated right. There we find the following to “antique”: “The term is applied to objects which are demonstrably older than 100 years. Declared as an antique objects which may not be restored to any significant extent. “As the operator of the Museum Jexhof guaranteed authentic objects of this period. The antique collectors among the guests train their eyes and develop a feel for the originals of these and also the earlier period. For while a dealer but with somewhat looseHandle periods of time knows that if the price range it is useful to be as precise research historian and museum operators. Only with extreme stomach ache on the part of the museum director must remain, for example a very photogenic Tractors are in Jexhof because he does not exactly match the above mentioned time period. Although there were these tractors already in the 30s, but not in the immediate environment and to the history of Jexhofs fit. If you want to know more detail and further explore the theme of the leaves from the nearby town of Jexhof prefer the “market Bruck” – derived from the monastery market near the bridge started (on the Amper) – and in the museum Frstenfeldbruck life Citizens is described in 1900. Both exhibitions together to create a vivid picture of the time. Although the exhibits should not be touched, the City Museum Frstenfeldbruck most of it is displayed behind glass, but you have as a visitor the feeling of “having something held in the hand” after one of theProperty has approached with careful consideration. After you have issued the opera-glass here, for example looked at closely, you can tell at the next antique dealer market, no longer is almost identical eye out “approximately assigned to the period 1830 – 1870. Because you know! Now is not a visit to a museum rich in order to develop real expertise. But very quickly you develop your instincts to make contexts forth between the seen and develop into a serious opponent. This in turn, the dealer meets once a much better price – you’ll see. In addition, please note: between the recognized art and antique dealers in Munich and a “Tandler” on any of the regular antique markets certainly are differences. The amusing anecdotes of flying antique dealers are therefore often accompanied by a wink. Ancient themes are taken up by antique guide in Munich and Bavaria, but are also at theSign of amusement. The fun factor is not too short. Various interests within the family or circle of friends are these worn as a “land lots” designated forays into account. There are special tips for families with children (see Jexhof and surroundings), but also the pooling of interests in one place. For example, garden lovers can look forward to that also described in the convent garden days Frstenfeld, antique friend takes from the other spatially nearby Tips Help. Harmoniously together is the couple while looking at the garden antiques – one in an antique guide always strongly present topic.