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  • Apr 24 2008
  • 24 Apr 2008

Emaus Asociación Civil in Argentina

The Emaus Asociación Civil functions the Argentine equivalent of the Salvation Army or Goodwill. It accepts donations for sale and uses the proceeds to profit various national social programs. The Emaus store location in Buenos Aires is conveniently located in the antiques district of San Telmo.

  • Apr 24 2008
  • 24 Apr 2008

Ice Cream Parlor & Soda Shop Antiques

As a young kid, I remember going to the Olde Soda Shop in Lewisport Kentucky with my Uncle Jim. He was my father’s youngest brother, yet only four years older than me. The town of Lewisport had a population of about 500 back then, and everyone, including the adults, seemed to congregate at this shop on the weekends.

  • Apr 24 2008
  • 24 Apr 2008

M. PURKISS BOWL

I HAVE OBTAINED AN M. PURKISS BOWL – THE BOWL IS SIGNED ON THE BOTTOM AND THERE IS A LITTLE STICKER THAT SAYS NO DUPLICATES – THE BOWL IS NUMBERED – I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW IF THIS BOWL HAS ANY VALUE.

  • Apr 23 2008
  • 23 Apr 2008

Time to Sell Ungraded Silver Coin

This week, when I took my son, Joshua, to a coin store to look around, I couldn’t believe my eyes. There must have been six or eight employees working behind the counter plus twenty-five or thirty customers. I asked to speak to the manager. I really wanted to know what all these people were doing here. He told me they were all either buying for their collection or selling their silver or gold.

  • Apr 22 2008
  • 22 Apr 2008

Symbols and Flags of Earth Day

To paraphrase a famous Clinton-era campaign slogan, “It’s the Environment, Stupid.”

That could have been the basis for Earth Day as conceived by Senator Gaylord Nelson in 1969. Originally created as a teach-in about environmental problems facing Earth, it grew into the basis for the worldwide environmental movement.

  • Apr 22 2008
  • 22 Apr 2008

Top 10 Golden-Age Comics of 2008

For 38 years the Overstreet Comic Book price guide has been the standard price guide of the comic book back issue market.

  • Apr 22 2008
  • 22 Apr 2008

This Week In Geek 4/16

Welcome back to This Week in Geek, your weekly guide to the wilds of a new comic day and where I try to give you a little insight into what nerds, like myself, are reading and collecting.

  • Apr 22 2008
  • 22 Apr 2008

The Comic Speculator: Simonson’s Thor

Last Sunday was perfect. The weather was beautiful and so my niece, my two dogs and myself were on our way to the dog park when I received a phone call.

  • Apr 22 2008
  • 22 Apr 2008

German World War One Pilot’s helmet

During the First World War flight was in it’s infancy. Many people had only read about airplanes and the many new inventions relating to flight. New aviation inventions were develped by Germany, France Great Briton, Italy, Austria-Hungary Russia and the U.S. Airplanes at the begining of the war were used mainly for reconnaissance of the enemies supply lines and trench forifications.

  • Apr 22 2008
  • 22 Apr 2008

Antique Silver Napkin Rings – Beauty and Value

Do you know a single napkin ring can bring up to $5,000? But be careful, because there are reproductions. Napkin Rings were fashionable from about 1860 to 1900, and no formal table would have been set without them. Where did the days of the formal table go, now that we are in the disposable age where everything goes into the trash as soon as the meal is completed?