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Military Eras: Top 5 U.S. WWII Collectibles (5/20/09)
M1 GarandMost would agree that World War II militaria is the most popular military era to collect, and fortunately, “out of … More >>

My Childhood Keeps Disappearing (5/20/09)
View-Master Stereo Set Viewer with Light Up attachment with instructions and original box, circa 1950.All my cowboy heroes died before the 21st century began. Memories of the Korean and Vietnam wars are the purview … More >>

Telling Between Real and Reproduction Cherry Blossom Depression Glass (5/19/09)
The reproduction Cherry Blossom butter dish is on left—the actual butter dish is on right.Cherry Blossom is just one of the hundreds of Depression glass patterns produced. It happens to by my favorite so … More >>

How to Appraise an Item with Feet in Multiple Markets (5/19/09)
While appraising this 1908-09 Brunswick-Balke-Collender Co. “St. Bernard Mission” model Mission-style pool table, one must look at different markets to find the true value.When appraising any item, appraisers are faced with the possibility of having to examine more than one market to determine … More >>

Lt. Lawson Reichard’s WWII Diary – May 14, 1943 (5/14/09)
May 14, 1943 Diary PageFriday,  May 14, 1943 At sea – headed for Casablanca, Morocco Today, thank the good Lord was totaly (sic) uneventful and may … More >>

Lt. Lawson Reichard’s WWII Diary – May 13, 1943 (5/13/09)
May 13, 1943 Diary PageThursday,  May 13, 1943 At sea – headed for Casablanca, Morocco This morning when I woke up the ship was in motion … More >>

Auction Report: GoAntiques Preferred Auctions May 16 & 17 (5/12/09)
1912 Spanish National cash registerLovers of antiques, art and collectibles should mark their calendars for not one, but two days of GoAntiques Preferred Auctions. … More >>

Lt. Lawson Reichard’s WWII Diary – May 12, 1943 (5/12/09)
May 12, 1943 Diary PageWednesday,  May 12, 1943 Staten Island,  New York (Handwritten text written in pencil above the date at the top of the page] … More >>

Pop Quiz: What Do You Know About Veneer? (5/11/09)
One sure sign of the presence of is the repeated, matching pattern seen on the front of this Colonial Revival sideboard. It is almost impossible to create this pattern using solid wood. Which of the following is true and which is false? 1. The presence of veneer on a piece of furniture indicates … More >>

Lt. Lawson Reichard’s WWII Diary – May 11, 1943 (5/11/09)
May 11, 1943 Diary PageTuesday,  May 11, 1943 Camp Shanks,  Orangeburg, New York Today was just nasty. It reminds me so much of last winter … More >>

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