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Collectible Banks (1/26/08)
The earliest still banks were made from wood, pottery, gourds, and later, cast iron. Lithographed tin banks advertising various products … More >>


Barber Shop, Beauty Shop & Shaving Colectibles (1/26/08)
The neighborhood barber shop was an important social and cultural institution in the first half of the 20th century. … More >>


Barbie (1/26/08)
The first Barbie fashion dolls, patented by Mattel in 1958, arrived on toy store shelves in 1959. By 1960, Barbie … More >>


Barware (1/26/08)
During the late 1960s and early 1970s it became fashionable for homeowners to convert basements into family rec rooms, often … More >>


Baseball Cards (1/26/08)
Baseball cards were originally issued by tobacco companies in the late 19th century. The first big producers of gum cards … More >>


Baseball Memorabilia (1/26/08)
Baseball traces its beginnings to the mid-19th century. By the turn of the century it had become America’s national pastime. The … More >>


Basketball Cards (1/26/08)
Muriad cigarettes issued the first true basketball trading cards in 1911. In 1933 Goudey issued the first basketball cards found … More >>


Basketball Memorabilia (1/26/08)
The first basketball game was played on a regulation 94-foot by 50-foot court in 1891. James Naismith, physical director of … More >>


Bauer Pottery (1/26/08)
John Bauer founded the Paducah Pottery in Paducah, Kentucky, in 1885. John Andrew Bauer assumed leadership of the pottery in … More >>


The Beatles (1/26/08)
Beatlemania took the country by storm in 1964, the year the Beatles appeared on “The Ed Sullivan Show.” Members of … More >>


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