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Inaugural Medals (1/23/08)
Wm. Howard Taft official Inaugural Medal, 1909It is well known that the United States Mint manufacturers the currency and coinage of the United States. What isn’t well known is that there are skilled craftsman who also shape American history in bronze medals and medallions for everyone to own and share. Created in 1792, the U.S. Mint has been the primary source of coinage in the United States, but in their own words: More >>


The National WWII Museum: A Modern Experience of the Historical Part 2 (1/22/08)
American WWII PropagandaWWII Museum: Pacific Front Exhibit 945 Magazine, New Orleans LA Adult Admission $14 Student Admission $8 Child $6 More >>


Something Old, Something New: The French Market (1/22/08)
The French Market New Orleans, LA More >>


Making Paper from Paper (1/21/08)
Life Magazine cover from 1922Magazines can be one of those collections that just happened – you weren’t planning on collecting but you just couldn’t get rid of those great issues. There were articles you still planned to read or great writing you might need to reference in the future – recipes, an editorial, beautiful pictures. Next thing you know, you’ve become a collector! More >>


Geek Speak New Comic Day Edition 1/16/08 (1/21/08)
robin issue 170It’s Wednesday and that means it’s time for the first “New Comic Book Day” edition of Geek Speak! Every Wednesday I’ll be ranting and raving about the new books and giving you an idea on what us geeks are reading/collecting. So, enough talk, lets get down to the meat of the matter! It’s new comic day! More >>


Hometown Art Not So Out Of Reach (1/19/08)
Most Cincinnatians with even a modest interest in the city’s artistic heritage are familiar with the major 19th and 20th … More >>


Presidential Glassware (1/19/08)
U.S. Secret Service cobalt coffee mugSome of my favorite presidential items to collect are the glassware to include the mugs, tumblers, plates, dishes, wine glasses, and tumblers. More >>


13 Star Flags: How to Identify an Authentic 18c One (1/18/08)
The familiar 13 star pattern of an 18th century U.S. national flagThe Flag Act of June 14, 1777 states “…that the flag of the thirteen United States be thirteen stripes, alternate red and white: that the union be thirteen stars, white in a blue field…” Nowhere does it say how the stars were to be arranged. That is why there are so many different ‘national’ standards of this period simply because the star pattern wasn’t regulated until about 1912 or so. More >>


Charms of the President (1/18/08)
Ronald Reagan issued a pewter charm for his second Inauguration in 1985When speaking of the charms of the president of the United States, it is usually more of a warm feeling than a physical item. But, no, I am referring to the small commemorative item worn on a bracelet. For a while, presidents gave these out as well as cuff links and tie bars. The examples of charms I have go back to the Kennedy, Nixon and Reagan eras. More >>


Flags of Oz (1/18/08)
The royal flag of OzMany generations have read the children’s book series “The Wizard of Oz” ever since L. Frank Baum published his first book in 1900. He wrote a total of 14 books for the series until his death in 1919 (his last book was published pothumously in 1920). More >>


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