Who We Are
Russ and Karen Goldberger/RJG Antiques have offered a large gallery in Rye, New Hampshire for 25 years.
A highly regarded dealer, author, counselor and broker, Russ has been instrumental in the formation of some of the finest decoy and folk art collections in the country.
The Goldbergers maintain a large and ever-changing inventory of quality decoys and antiques--all guaranteed to be as represented. Russ also regularly represents clients at auction and as an agent in negotiating private sales.
Read what satisfied customers have to say about doing business with RJG Antiques.
How We Approach the Business
Listen to an Antique Auction Forum Podcast with Russ Goldberger. It will give you a good sense of how we approach our business. Our thanks to Martin Willis of Antique Auction Forum.
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Russ has been selling quality antique decoys for 40 years. He pioneered the direct marketing of antique decoys, publishing a full-color catalog for over 20 years (now replaced by this website). He has built an extensive computer database of customers and their collecting and dealing interests, so that he can bring relevant items to their attention.
A Rutgers College graduate and U.S. Air Force veteran who then spent 25 years in marketing for several major corporations, Russ is experienced in all facets of consumer and pharmaceutical marketing, and he has brought these skills to the antiques business.
Karen spent 15 years with Procter & Gamble in Cincinnati before moving with Russ to Pittsburgh and then New Hampshire and becoming involved in the antiques business. She is known for her good "eye" for quality antiques and her presentation ability. She has provided many collectors with helpful decorating advice.
RJG Antiques on the Web
The Goldbergers are Internet commerce pioneers. They have had an active website for 20 years. This website has evolved over the years, leading to today's site which is an information resource for American folk art and decoy collectors. Many collectors bookmark the site and check it regularly because it is offers a wealth of information and is updated daily. The website also is secure for credit card purchases. The Goldbergers were also one of the first antiques dealers to publish a regular e-newsletter (sign-up today!). They post new offerings and commentary frequently on Facebook and Twitter.