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Yankee Stadium collectibles baseball card set a must, must-have (7/24/08)
Baseball’s most legendary stage, Yankee Stadium, will be shutting its doors for the final time at the end of the 2008 season. More >>


How to Understand Antiques, Collectibles And Art Prices (7/24/08)
Auction value, retail value, insurance replacement value, appropriate marketplace, fair-market value, cash value—all terms applied to antiques, art and collectibles. More >>


Dutch Bible 1681 (7/24/08)
I have recently come to own a Dutch bible which I believe could have some value, and I would be keen to know if anyone has any suggestions of where I can get it valued, particularly if it is worth my while insuring it. It is 10×16 inches, 6 inches thick, complete with original cover, pages, maps and images and was restored from a bundle of papers so the spine is not original. More >>


A Scrimshaw Mystery Solved! (7/24/08)
Massacre at Fort Pillow - Harpers Weekly, dated April 30,1864.I like a good mystery! And I especially love to solve mysteries. This scrimshawed 22.2-ounce & 7.25-inch Sperm whale tooth falls into that category. More >>


Consolidated Lamp and Glass Company: The Early Years (1893 to 1910) (7/23/08)
This is the first of a series of articles on the Consolidated Lamp and Glass Company. Over the next few weeks I will cover the Art Deco period and art glass giftware line. History More >>


July Antique Show in Washington (7/23/08)
This past weekend was the D.C. Big Flea, a huge 2 building antique show in Chantilly, Virginia. It is a two day general antiques and collectibles show. The show’s promoters, D’more, advertise well and really get the people in the door. More >>


This Week in Geek: 7/23 (7/23/08)
Cover of Uncanny X-Men #500 by Alex RossWho saw The Dark Knight last weekend and lost their minds? More >>


Brimfield: A Tiny Town, An Antiques Mecca (7/23/08)
It is a small town like many other small towns. A main street that is only a mile long without even a stoplight along the way. Small mom-and-pop stores and a fast-food place just outside the town limit. Population about 5,000 or so. That is Brimfield, Mass., most days. However, for one week in May, July and September, Brimfield becomes “The Nation’s Antiques Capital.” More >>


Shredded wheat bowl, George Jones And Sons (7/23/08)
Hi Toriang. Thanks for the info and have looked at other items by same person. Have found the Abbey pattern like mine and I am amazed that it is worth something. Must stop using it as a butter dish!!! More >>


Antique cast iron wall mounting candle or latern holder (7/22/08)
This is a 19th century item that I bought from an estate sale. I have gone online to see if anything resembles this candle/latern holder. Some items I have seen resemble and are in the $800.00-1,000 range. My candle/latern holder swivels. More >>


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