Civil War Collectibles Part II
Yesterday I was in Gettysburg, and looking at all the examples of the best of the Civil War memorabilia made me thirsty to get back in the antique treasure hunting race. Taking a little time off made my competitive passions even greater and truly opened my eyes.
Tune in for ep17 of The Auctionwally Show Featuring Antiques Expert Daryle Lambert
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inquire/ painting or ephemera
i have a beautiful print that i have wondered about the value of for years. if anyone has a few moments to share their time & knowledge, it would be greatly appriciated!!the print is a copy of a painting, aprox. 8 and a half x 10 and a half. it is signed (i believe)something like pyes .c/19/. this is very important to me to know. anyone who may know anything… please respond. thank you.
Fred Taylor: The Furniture Hunter
Fred Taylor’s career in furniture, furniture restoration, antiques and collectibles began when he and his wife, Gail, moved from a one-bedroom apartment to their first home in 1973 – a 2,000-square-foot house in Tampa, Florida. “We didn’t own a stick except a couple of bean bag chairs,” Taylor said. And so the hunt through yard sales and junk shops began.
Civil War Collectibles
It’s been a fabulous few days in Baltimore. We visited three ships and a submarine in the harbor. But, the highlight of the day was when a Mexican sailing ship pulled into dock with all the sailors in their white military uniforms. The officers had chests full of medals and you could see their national pride.
It IS Easy Being Green With Antiques
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The Comic Speculator: Barry Allen Lives!
DC Universe #0 hit the new comic stands this week and started a firestorm of rumors about the return of Barry Allen, the Silver-Age flash. The story even found legs in the Associated Press and was printed in The New York Times. Click here to read the story: http://ap.google.com/article/ALeqM5gwE0DpRFy9OKm7kGaUxuuGcYR2TAD90C4J4G0
Hispanic Heroes of the Marvel U
Continuing my theme of Hispanic Superheroes, today we’ll be looking at a few of Marvel Comics famous Latinas. While the list of Marvel’s Hispanic heroes is slightly longer than DC’s I was a little shocked to notice that there were no major-first tier characters on it. I’m not pointing any fingers here, just making an observation.