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Olympics Baseball Collectibles Win Gold (8/27/08)
The USA baseball team may have taken the bronze in Beijing, but you win gold with Olympic baseball collectibles. Although it has waned in popularity over the years, Olympic baseball has provided a showcase for some of the best young stars in the sport, which increases the desirability of their card collectibles. More >>


Convention Collectibles—Then and Now (8/26/08)
Tens of thousands of politically themed collectibles are being hawked all over Denver this week during the Democratic National Convention. More >>


Venini Art Glass (8/26/08)
Ritagli by Fulvio Bianconi, Venini Art Glass, Credit - Venini Glass CompanyThe famous Venini glassworks was established in 1921 by Paolo Venini on the island of Murano near Venice. More >>




Wyoming Double Dies Found (8/26/08)
A Pennsylvania coin fancier sent in three different hub doubled die varieties on the reverse of the 2007-P Wyoming state … More >>


WWII Inland Paratrooper Liner: A Treasure Found in an Unlikely Place (8/26/08)
Early Inland Unpainted HardwareOf all WWII US Airborne military collectibles, Original helmets are one of the hardest items to obtain for a collection. There were three main types used in WWII. A fiber (cardboard) liner was used early on. This was soon replaced by high pressure (fiberglass) liners made by Inland and Westinghouse. More >>


DNC Volunteers Are into Collectibles, too! (8/25/08)
Is everyone really into collectibles as WorthPoint’s CEO Will Seippel so often says? Well, I’m beginning to believe it, and here’s why . . . More >>


2008 DNC Collectibles: Where to Get Them (8/25/08)
While the Democratic National Convention in Denver is capturing all the front-page headlines, DNC collectibles are making news of their own along with Captain Cook’s boomerang and a hip-hop-bling auction. More >>


Antique Scrimshaw on more than just Whale Teeth (8/25/08)
Example #2 - Scrimshawed sea turtle shellNot all authentic antique Yankee or Victorian-era scrimshawed images are on whale teeth. Walrus tusks were popular, as were (whale) panbone sections, sea turtle shells, and to a lesser extent, elephant ivory and hippo teeth. Here are a few examples of matrices other than whale teeth. More >>


Antique English silver-plated candelabra (a pair) (8/24/08)
I did post a blog a few weeks back, trying to date and identify this beautiful pair of silver-plated candelabra, standing approx 20 inches high. A lady called Anita suggested I try to find the maker’s name, but I don’t know where to look. Now I cannot find my original blog. These candelabra have been in my family (who originate from England) for many generations. More >>


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