Antique Sewing Kits
Antique Sewing Kit Sold on Ebay for $476 USD (231 GBP)
When is the Right Time to Sell?
Daryle Lambert’s 31 Club Blog
Whenever you make a great buy, how much profit should you hold out for? No one can tell you the answer to that question on every purchase, but I can give you some suggestions.
Networking Pays Off in Antique Show Finds
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Stamps – What a Gift They Can Be
Forget about the baseball cards, I wish that I had my stamp collection back. The stamps that were given to me as a young child might have been the fortune that got away.
Stoneware Jugs Can Pad Your Pockets
31 Club member, Cecil, attended a very small flea market in Greenville Kentucky, when a gentleman approached him inquiring about one of the exhibitors. Cecil […]
Treasure Under the Table in Yellow Ware
There’s a new ending to Friday’s Blog about our adventure to the estate sale. I’ve always told you to dig into every corner and look into every cabinet. Well, I took my own advice.
Golf Collectibles, Vintage and Antique Golf Clubs
Photo: Early 1920s Cochrane’s Ltd Club sold for $11,250 at Sotheby’s from the collection of Jeffrey B. Ellis. The complete collection brought in $2,166,210 and set a record. Photo and info from www.Golf.com
Is it Time to Buy Royal Doulton Again?
Today’s Photo: Royal Doulton Tiger sold for $270 at Direct Auction, Chicago
Collectible Antique & Vintage Cameras
Above Photo: The Daguerreotype, built in 1839 sold for 391,000 British Pounds in 2007, through the Vienna Gallery and Auction House, becoming the highest price paid for a camera. Photo from Gizmodo