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No Curse of the Bambino on Red Sox Collectibles (8/16/08)
Editor’s Note: Another look at what’s hot in the world of baseball collectibles. More >>


When Art & Antiques Cause a Bloody Nose (8/16/08)
You never know what’s going to set off a family fight in the world of art, antiques and collectibles. In the case of the Krebs clan, it began with a three-scoop, chocolate ice-cream cone. More >>


Beijing Olympic Collectibles? Phelps Takes the Gold (8/14/08)
For sports collectibles enthusiasts, the 2008 Summer Olympics—so far—can be summed up in two words: Michael Phelps. The swimmer, who now has more gold medals than any other Olympic athlete in history, appears well on his way to capturing the eight many predicted he would earn at the Beijing Games. More >>


Whose Eagle is it Anyway? (8/14/08)
Seal of the President of the United StatesWith the prevalence of online auction sites such as Ebay, there is a tendency to guess at the provenance of … More >>


BRONZE 1943-S Lincoln Cent Discovered (8/13/08)
The 1943 cent was made of steel except for a handful erroneously struck on bronze planchet, such as this one.A previously unrecorded 1943-S Lincoln cent erroneously struck on a bronze planchet has been acquired by Rare Coin Wholesalers of California. The coin has been certified as AU-53 by Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC). More >>


The Comic Speculator: Small Press Gems (8/13/08)
Cover of SCUD #1The Comic Speculator is a blog by Worthpoint Comic Book Worthologist Matt Baum that discusses back issue comics and the back issue market. More >>


Vintage RCA “ON AIR light (8/12/08)
I recently acquired two vintage RCA MI-11717 “ON AIR” warning lights in original condition from a 1950′s TV studio that was demolished. I fell in love with radio back in the 1970′s, and have enjoyed a career in broadcasting and communications. I love these great old art deco “on air” lights, and I’m curious to know more about them and what they’re worth. More >>


Jim Warlick: From Peanuts to Buttons (8/12/08)
In 1976, a young Jim Warlick was doing campaign fieldwork for peanut farmer turned presidential candidate Jimmy Carter. In addition to the usual campaign wherewithal, Warlick had been given a large carton of Jimmy Carter peanuts. “Each bag had a picture of Jimmy Carter on it and about 15 peanuts. I’d eat the peanuts and drink beer,” Warlick said. More >>


Beautiful Purple Glass Decanter (8/12/08)
I’m new to the art glass collecting hobby. My main interest is Scandinavian art glass. I found this at a garage sale. To me, it looks like Scandinavian glass and I am wondering if it could have been made by Holmegaard around the 1950s. I’ve uploaded the image into my profile. Any suggestions? More >>




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