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John J. Audubon’s ‘The Birds of America’ Sells for a ‘Bargain’ at $7.9 Million (2/6/12)
ivory-billed woodpeckersAs an accredited book appraiser, book dealer, book collector and book lover, I am always thrilled to see a rare … More >>


Collecting Antique Lithographed Toys – The ‘Bliss’ of the Hunt (12/12/11)
SantaThe development of a printing method for making chromolithographs radically changed book publication during the middle of the 1800s because … More >>


Dining with Antiques – Christmas Rosettes (11/28/11)
Christmas RosettesIn the 1840s and 1850s, northern Europe experienced a wave of crop failures and food shortages that resulted in a … More >>


How to Know When Toss-Away Books Could Yield Big Treasures (11/14/11)
Unframed 1881 Vero Shaw chromolithographs from “The Illustrated Book of the Dog” sell for $45 to $85 eachWe’ve all seen piles of old and broken books at estate sales; the spines are stripped off, the covers are … More >>


Putting Together a Vintage Halloween Party: Great-Grandma Used Dennison’s Bogie Books (10/24/11)
1913 Dennison’s Bogie BookHalloween parties in the United States became popular during the 1880s and 1890s, when they were held primarily as social … More >>


Top 10 Worthopedia Searches for the 3rd Quarter of 2011 (10/10/11)
popeye shoesIt’s time for the quarterly roundup of the Top 10 Worthopedia searches—and this quarter there were more than 5.5 million … More >>


125 Years of Coke: An Interview with Coca-Cola Collectors Club’s President (9/26/11)
Coca-Cola trayThis year, Coca-Cola marks the 125th anniversary of the creation of the famous beverage, first introduced as a fountain drink … More >>


Collecting First Editions: When Firsts Aren’t Really First at All (8/29/11)
The Great GatsbyWhy are first editions so collectible? Unless an author is already acclaimed, first editions are usually printed in a small … More >>


Dining with Antiques – White House China (8/15/11)
hayes 1In the United States, official state dinners are formal events hosted by the President in honor of visiting heads of … More >>


Dining with Antiques – Dinner with Salvador Dali (8/2/11)
dali“At the age of 6 I wanted to be a cook,” wrote Spanish surrealist Salvador Dali in his 1942 autobiography. … More >>


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