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The Coin Grading Service of ANACS (12/23/08)
How do you know if the coin you want to buy for your collection is authentic? John Hall of ANACS, the oldest coin grading service in America, talks about the benefits of a third party grading service to Dan Borsey of WorthPoint at the Baltimore Coin and Currency Convention. WorthPoint – Get the Most from Your Antiques and Collectibles. More >>

The 100 Greatest Coins (12/23/08)
What makes a coin great? According to Don Ketterling of Certified Assets Management, greatness is measured in the significance a coin brings to the world of collecting. Dan Borsey spoke with Don at the Baltimore Coin and Currency Convention about some of the 100 greatest coins. WorthPoint – Get the Most from Your Antiques and Collectibles. More >>

Political Collectibles: Obama Signs Found in Trash (12/18/08)
Samuel and his brother Peter find a dumpster filled with Obama signs. Tom Carrier, WorthPoint’s political memorabilia experts tells them what the signs are worth. According to one source, the signs were printed on glossy stock, which doesn’t work well with television lights and cameras. WorthPoint – Get the most from your antiques and collectibles. More >>

WorthPoint Adds Three Experts to Its International Team of Worthologists (12/16/08)
ATLANTA, Dec 12, 2008 — WorthPoint Corporation ( today announced that it has appointed three experts to its growing international team of Worthologists. More >>

WorthPoint Corporation Appoints Laura Collum and Linda Carannante to it’s Worthologist Team (12/16/08)
WorthPoint’s Worthologists are men and women with expertise and a passion for art, antiques and collectibles. Their backgrounds include auctioneering, appraising, publishing, teaching and consulting. What all Worthologists have in common is their ability to evaluate items to determine their history, significance and worth. They all adhere to a strict WorthPoint ethical code of conduct. More >>

Season’s Greetings from WorthPoint (12/11/08)
Share the joy of the season with friends and family, near and far, by sending them this holiday video card from WorthPoint. The fabulous glass ornaments are shown courtesy of Pismo Fine Art Glass in Denver, Co. Just copy this URL,, into an e-mail going to your relatives or friends. More >>

Collecting Art Deco (12/11/08)
Is art collecting only for the rich and famous? Absolutely not, says Amy Sopkovich of Deco Haus. She explains how to start an Art Deco collection on a budget. Dan Borsey talked with Amy at the New York Pier Antiques Show in November 2008. Reporter- Dan Borsey Videographer and editor- Matt Kohn More >>

German Pottery (12/11/08)
Vibrant red colors and lava glazes are signature features of Germany pottery from the 1960s and 1970s. Dan Borsey talks with Robert Grano, who specializes in Germany pottery, at the New York Pier Antiques Show in November 2008. Reporter- Dan Borsey Videographer Editor- Matt Kohn More >>

Nights Light Up with Antique Menorahs (12/10/08)
Each winter, the Jewish holiday Hanukkah is celebrated for eight nights. Also called the Festival of Lights, Hanukkah is in remembrance of the rededication of the Second Temple in Jerusalem in 165 B.C. After the Jews reclaimed the temple, there was only enough oil to light the temple menorah for one night, yet the oil miraculously lasted eight nights until more oil could be prepared. More >>

Auction Report: December 10, 2008 (12/10/08)
With most of our partner auction houses that specialize in fine art, antiques and collectibles going on hiatus for the holidays—and by the way, stay tuned, there are some great sales coming up after the first of the year—I turned to iGavel not as a last resort but, I admit this in all candor, to check them out for the first time. More >>

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