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  • Mar 19 2008
  • 19 Mar 2008

Indian Artifacts

American Indian items are bringing unbelievable prices these days, and most dealers are completely unaware of the breadth of this market.

  • Mar 18 2008
  • 18 Mar 2008

The White House for Sale

If a piano leg falls through your ceiling at home, it does cause some excitement, but you patch up the hole and move on. What is the reaction, though, when it happens not in your house, but the White House.

  • Mar 17 2008
  • 17 Mar 2008

Honoring Ireland with coins and a Guinness

Honoring Ireland with coins and a Guinness

The “Emerald Isle” is beautiful, but also steeped in its share of trouble. Its coins reflect this history.

  • Mar 17 2008
  • 17 Mar 2008

Soiling of Old Glory

The Soiling of Old Glory

If you can’t use the American flag as a weapon, then what’s freedom of speech all about, anyway?

That could very well be the way some interpret the actions of the flag-wielding young man in the above photo. In reality, most everyone was horrified by the image.

  • Mar 17 2008
  • 17 Mar 2008

Matt Braum: Saving comic books from Mom

Matt Baum says he became a collector of comic books at the age of ten – when
his mother looked at the heap of comics littering his room and delivered an ultimatum: “You’ve got to pick these up … or I’m throwing them away.”

  • Mar 16 2008
  • 16 Mar 2008

The Comic Speculator

This week Marvel Entertainment premiered their trailer for the new Incredible Hulk movie starring Edward Norton as the Hulk. This latest Hulk movie pits Bruce Banner, the Hulk’s alter ego, against the Abomination, another Hulk-type monster with more psychotic tendencies.

  • Mar 16 2008
  • 16 Mar 2008

Golf Collectibles, Vintage and Antique Golf Clubs

Photo: Early 1920s Cochrane’s Ltd Club sold for $11,250 at Sotheby’s from the collection of Jeffrey B. Ellis. The complete collection brought in $2,166,210 and set a record. Photo and info from www.Golf.com

  • Mar 15 2008
  • 15 Mar 2008

Is it Time to Buy Royal Doulton Again?

Today’s Photo: Royal Doulton Tiger sold for $270 at Direct Auction, Chicago

  • Mar 13 2008
  • 13 Mar 2008

Daryle Lambert Blog: Paintings of the Great Outdoors Can Have Great Value

Daryle Lambert’s 31 Club Blog:

Today’s Photo: Lynn Bogue Hunt, “Blue-Fin Tuna” sold for $126,000 at Copley Fine Art Auction.

  • Mar 12 2008
  • 12 Mar 2008

This Week In Geek 3/12

A good friend rocked my world this week when he sent me a link to something that made my skin crawl. Apparently there have been sightings of what is being referred to as “A creepy gnome” in a small town in South America and now a group of kids have caught the gnome on video. You can see the video here: http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/article902014.ece