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News 10-11 (11/12/08)
Daily News :: 11.11.08–11.12.08 More >>


Auction Report: November 11, 2008 (11/11/08)
Freeman’s Auction House has not only the distinction of being America’s oldest auction house for art, antiques and collectibles, it has always been the forerunner presenting some of the best sales in Americana, as well. This sale, the American Furniture and Decorative Arts sale 1321, slated for Nov. More >>


WorthPoint Political Memorabilia Expert Releases USA Button Poll Revealing Likely Presidential Winner (11/11/08)
Atlanta, October 31, 2008 – Based on current political-campaign buttons sales, Sen. Barack Obama is the likely winner of next week’s presidential contest, according to WorthPoint political memorabilia expert Jim Warlick. More >>




Georgia High-Tech Community Recognizes WorthPoint (11/11/08)
ATLANTA, Sept. 25 — WorthPoint, an Internet-based data-and-media company that offers a vast database of sales records on art, antiques and collectibles, has been named one of 20 companies to present at the inaugural conference of Venture Atlanta 2008 this Oct. 15-16. More >>




Are Obama Mementos a Good Investment? (11/11/08)
Published Nov. 6, 2008 Deals by Laurence Witherington Are Obama Mementos a Good Investment? More >>


Political Collectibles: What’s Hot (11/7/08)
Someone once suggested to me that when an election is over, the buttons and posters and everything are all trash. I immediately countered that this may be the one area of collectibles where items from an event continue to have a value well after it has ended. More >>


Auction Report: November 4, 2008 (11/5/08)
For those of you who have been following the WorthPoint articles on the Salvation Army gold kettle coins, the sales results are in. These coin collectibles were sold at auction on October 24. Through the generosity of anonymous contributors tossing antique $20 gold coins into the Salvation Army pots, a realized total of $4,700 will go to aid the Salvation Army. Most of the coins, with average estimates of between $750 and $950, realized their estimates, none exceeded them. More >>


Quiz 11-04 (11/4/08)
Unusual 1864 Lincoln/Johnson flag More >>


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