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Silver-plated pair of Candelabra (8/20/08)
Hi, I have had a few problems with posting this, so hope it doesn’t show up too many times! More >>

WorthPoint and GoAntiques—Perfect Together (8/20/08)
What with 100 million avid collectors around the world and the global collectibles market estimated at $150 billion a year, combining two of the premier Web sites for art, antiques and collectibles was just common sense for Will Seippel, founder and CEO of WorthPoint, and Jim Kamnikar, GoAntiques’ president and CEO. More >>

More Stories on the American Presidential Experience and Jim Warlick (8/20/08)
Jim Warlick reveals what happens when a president comes to visit. Jim Warlick picks out some political collectibles featured in Worthopedia. More >>

This Week in Geek 8/20 (8/19/08)
Cover of Amazing Spider-Man 568This Week in Geek is a weekly blog about new comics written by Worthpoint Comicbook Worthologist Matt Baum. Every Wednesday Matt takes a look at the week’s new comics from a collector’s point-of-view and discusses which books may be hard to find in the near future and why. More >>

You know I’ve been wanting to pick up a Hero ER-18 (8/19/08)
It will occupy space. Set me back a few hundred dollars. I’ll probably break my back lifting it too :-) More >>

Chicago Cubs Collectibles: Home-Run Investments (8/19/08)
As memorabilia collectors, we are always looking for that next great investment. Sure, we acquire collectibles because we genuinely love them, but most of us usually have financial incentives in mind when we buy them. More >>

90 degree air ratchet (8/19/08)
I have a rotunda 90 degree air ratchet. It has ford motor company dearborn stamped on the end of it. Part # ere 71, Ser# 24775. I am trying to find out what it is worth. Any help would be appreciated. More >>

What were the true names of Christopher Columbus’ three ships? (8/19/08)
Nina, Santa Clara, & Santa MariaThe ships of Columbus were named the Nina, the Santa Clara, and the Santa Maria. The owner of the ships was married to a woman named Clara, whom he affectionately called Pinta. The crew of the Santa Clara honored her by always calling their ship “Pinta”. Its true; look it up. This scrimwork is by the Russian scrimshander Volovik. The tooth is 5.5-inches & 9.1-ounces. More >>

How to Ask the Community a Question (8/18/08)
Being a part of the WorthPoint community gives you access to the minds of other collectors. WorthPoint members can provide insight and answers to questions you may have regarding your own antiques and collectibles. Here’s how to post a question. More >>

What Goes Around, Comes Around! (8/17/08)
Portrait Mounted on Sterling BaseI am not artistic, but I appreciate good art. I should have pursued my Oceanography/Marine Biology studies in college, but I didn’t. Luckily, I have managed to intertwine both interests into a passion for collecting nautical-themed scrimshaw. This passion lead to an invitation to become a WorthPoint Worthologist, specializing in authentic, antique scrimshaw. More >>

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