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Interest in, Value of King Memorabilia Rise (1/13/09)
Syl TurnerThis month’s significance will be indelibly etched in American history with Barack Obama’s inauguration on January 20 as the nation’s … More >>


Wilcoxes: From dump diving to appraising (1/6/09)
Mike and Sherry Wilcox forged their future climbing the fence of a rural Ontario dump. It was the second date for … More >>


Tossing a Retro New Year’s Eve Bash (12/26/08)
Babylonians started cheering the New Year’s arrival more than 4,000 years—and no, Dick Clark wasn’t the host. The party tradition … More >>


Giving Thanks for Vintage Cards (11/23/08)
Thanksgiving is one of America’s most traditional holidays. But unlike Christmas, which features ornaments and snow globes, and the Fourth of July, which is festooned with flags and militaria, the nation’s annual harvest feast is associated with fewer collectibles. More >>


Giving Thanks for Vintage Cards (11/17/08)
Thanksgiving is one of America’s most traditional holidays. But unlike Christmas, which features ornaments and snow globes, and the Fourth of July, which is festooned with flags and militaria, the nation’s annual harvest feast is associated with fewer collectibles. More >>


The Man Who Loves Typewriters (10/22/08)
Editor’s Note: You never know where or when the antiques and collectibles bug will grab you. In the case of … More >>




Air Force One Lands at INVESCO Field (8/23/08)
The last 100 yards were the toughest. On Tuesday, Steve Cannaby’s careful re-creation of Air Force One was just a short taxiway from the gates of Denver’s INVESCO Field at Mike High where Barack Obama will accept the 2008 Democratic presidential nomination. But like many journeys, there were a few unexpected twists and turns at the end. More >>


Worthpoint Painting Beats Estimate in Huge Sotheby’s Auction (6/25/08)
A painting stored in the closet of a Boulder home and brokered by WorthPoint has sold at Sotheby’s prestigious spring sale of Impressionist and Modern Art for nearly 50 percent above its low estimate. The painting, “Coin De Paris, Rue de Meaux,” by Takanori Oguiss sold in the second day of the two-day auction for $103,000. Its pre-sale estimate was $70,000-$90,000. More >>


Dan And the WorthPoint Van (5/16/08)
Back of the WorthPoint van At WorthPoint, we call Dan Borsey “The Traveling Man” because he’s on the road more than he is anywhere else. Dan and the new WorthPoint van will be traveling to antique shows up and down the East Coast until November, beginning with the Brimfield Antiques Festival in Massachusetts. More >>


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