We will be continuously adding more articles and information regarding our business in the media to this page.

Amtrak's Arrive Magazine features M. Finkel & Daughter in an article, Antique Row, Philadelphia, noting the long-established business, and featuring an excellent Philadelphia sampler by Sarah Ralston Jones.

In Conjunction with Metro: Curates 2015, Antiques & The Arts Weekly posted dealer booth talks on their website. Amy Finkel discusses our exemplary, featured samplers from the show.

The Philadelphia Inquirer's own highly acclaimed Inga Saffron wrote 2 articles regarding Winterthur's important accquisition from us of a very rare 18th century African-American sampler made in Philadelphia. The first article discovers our treasure, and the second touts the accquisition. feature article, Shop Talk, quotes Amy Finkel as saying, "My father, a gentleman at heart, dealt with clients in an honest and respectful manner and advised the same. He knew that people would become repeat customers if treated well."

Maine Antique Digest calls Samplings, our printed catalogue, "A really wonderful-looking catalogue that is useful as a reference long after its use as a source for buying."

Gourmet Magazine, in an article entitled "25 Great Addresses in Philadelphia" refers to M. Finkel & Daughter as a "long-time stand out…specializing in American textiles."

Art & Antiques Magazine has said that M. Finkel & Daughter "offers the crème-de-la-crème of samplers."

Rhett Pernot, Executive Director of the Burlington County Historical Society says "What puts Amy Finkel in the forefront of dealers in this country is the amount of research she does on each piece she acquires"

Also see:

BlackBook: Informed Sources

Business Week: Schoolgirl Embroidery, Grown-Up Prices