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    • Jun 20 2008
    • 20 Jun 2008

    Are Baseball Bobble Heads Important to Your Collection?

    • Jun 20 2008
    • 20 Jun 2008

    Collecting Can Be Wise Investing

    Over the years I have met many folks who collect
    antiques, fine art and collectibles. They talk about
    their acquisitions enthusiastically and devote their
    free time to them. It’s obvious that they collect for
    pleasure and curiosity – not because they are looking
    to make money.

    Over time they make some wise and interesting choices,
    and then a funny thing happens. That stamp collection

    • Jun 20 2008
    • 20 Jun 2008

    WP Question Module: 2 in 1 module…or more

    WP Question module is more than 1 module. Currently, it caters 2 important administrative function regarding WP Questions — ask a question: The Unanswered Questions and Email Staff. It is up to 2 release respectively.

    • Jun 19 2008
    • 19 Jun 2008

    For Dealers Only, Your First Estate/Collection Buy

    OK, your ready to answer your first call to go look at a house full of items for sale. Mrs. Jones has found your add in the paper, and said she needs to liquidate her mother’s estate. As the excitement builds and dreams of treasures fill your head with magic, you might realize that you don’t know where to start, after all this is your first time.

    * What do you do first?

    • Jun 19 2008
    • 19 Jun 2008

    Antique Tools – Collectibles You Can Put to Use

    The author is a Yankee Auctioneer with more than 25 years in the business, you can also find him at www.auctionwally.com where he has over 300 archived appraisals and articles on antiques & collectibles, all are free to view without having to sign up.

    • Jun 17 2008
    • 17 Jun 2008

    Rare World Coins Coming into their Own

    A gold aureus of Severus Alexander showing the colosseum realized $800,000 in the Mellennia sale auctioned by Ira and Larry Goldberg May 26. The auction realized $23,024,765.00. The firm said this might be the highest single-day world coin auction total ever.

    A gold aureus of Brutus realized $575,000.00. The coin was graded Choice AU by NGC.

    • Jun 17 2008
    • 17 Jun 2008

    Quality Coins Bring Record Prices at Goldberg and Heritage Auctions

    High-grade gold from the Ohringer Family Trust collection and other consignments brought an 11 million dollar windfall at the Ira and Larry Goldberg May auction. The 1930-S gold $20 alone in MS-64 PQ was bid to $130,000 in the Goldberg sale.

    A specimen 1891 quarter sold for $161,000 in the Heritage Long Beach sale. The 1794 silver dollar sold also for $161,000 at this same auction.

    • Jun 14 2008
    • 14 Jun 2008

    Work With the Trends in the Antique, Collectible And Fine Art Markets

    It’s come up upon the first year anniversary since I published my book and launched the 31 Club, and naturally, I’ve been thinking about the past year. I’ve shared a lot of my expertise with blooming enthusiasts, and it does my heart good to see many of you doing things you never thought you could do.

    • Jun 14 2008
    • 14 Jun 2008

    Maintain the Value of Your Art, Antiques, Or Collectibles Business

    Can you sell your art, antiques, or collectibles business while competing with the multitude of other small businesses also being sold? By the year 2029, […]

    • Jun 13 2008
    • 13 Jun 2008

    Have some original photos of Marilyn Monroe

    Trying to find out if pictures of Marilyn Monroe in Korea for the USO show are vauable. I have her arriving on the helicopter and walking to the changing room also standing on the stage.(it is a series) I was told they were taken by a soldier that was serving at that time.