• 28 Apr
    2008

How to edit your email address

There may come a time when you will need to edit your email account information. Here´s how.

1. Sign in to your WorthPoint account. Once logged in you will automatically be directed to your “My WorthPoint” page.

2. In the right hand column under My WorthPoint click on the “Edit Account” tab

3. Here you will be able to make the appropriate changes to your existing email address.

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  • 28 Apr
    2008

How to recover your password

Did you forget your password? No problem. In this day and age we are inundated with passwords and remembering all of them can prove to be quite challenging. If you ever find yourself in this predicament with your WorthPoint password don´t fret, just follow these simple steps and you´ll be up and running in no time.

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  • 28 Apr
    2008

How to edit or delete your questions

There may come a time when you will want to edit or delete a question you have posted on our website. Here’s how…

1) Once you are logged into the website click on the “Ask a Question” tab at the top of the page.

2) You will be directed to the “Ask a Question” page. Click on “My Questions” located on the right side of the page.

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  • 28 Apr
    2008

Antiquing Adventures: McCoy Pottery Teaches the Value of Showing Up

Vintage McCoy Pottery Vase with Leaves recently sold on eBay for $43.99. There were 7 bids.
It does my heart good when I see something I have taught come true with my own eyes. In this case, finding treasure where other people dare not to trod makes a great subject for today’s blog.

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  • 28 Apr
    2008

Just getting started…

I am processing and trying to get all the pictures together to place here from all the stuff that I have recently taken responsibility of. This is just to say, “My stuff’s coming soon! Keep an eye out!”
Look forward to being a part of this great place!

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  • 28 Apr
    2008

Our Blog, Space, and Time!!

There are many wonderful things out here in the world, of all kinds of interesting things, from books, to Albums, record, Jewelry, toys and much more. When you look in all the right places for the best price.

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  • 28 Apr
    2008

Check out these items!

We have items from generations back, one of a kind pieces to collections. We will be posting items often. We are looking for the value of these items and everything we post are also for sale to the right buyer.
Please come check out the Fuller Collection, member #22725.
Enjoy, and comments are always needed and welcome.

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  • 27 Apr
    2008

Kentucky Derby Items in the Worthopedia

It is called the fastest 2 minutes in sports. Since 1875, the Kentucky Derby has fascinated horse race enthusiasts and brought fame to the Bluegrass State of Kentucky. But, what about collectibles? Let’s head into the Worthopedia paddock first to see what we can bring to the starting gate.

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  • 27 Apr
    2008

Why I Collect

Are you an antique collector? Before you answer, “no,” take a look around your home.

In just one room you could discover, as I did, several items well over 100 years old that continue to function admirably in either their original capacity or some creative new way.

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  • 27 Apr
    2008

When Cost Doesn’t Matter: The China Syndrome

In the antique business, when cost doesn’t matter, prices soar and the market is chaotic.

In March, a white jade Chinese vase – valued at about $40,000 – went on the block at Elders Fine Art & Antiques and sold at auction by iGavel to an off-shore, Asian collector for $300,000.

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