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Collectible right? “Kennedy Shot” Nov 22 1963 San Diego Union Tribune Cover Page (6/29/08)
Cover is all I haveI have got a hand-me down newspaper cover and wanted to see, for curiosity reasons, if it is worth anything, if I should preserve it (I’d like to) and how, and if I should insure it. Cover page (title page only/ and back of) San Diego Union Tribune Nov 22 1963 Kennedy Assasinated-Extra. More >>

Shuman eclectic coded (6/28/08)
When asked, “What antiques do you collect?” I usually reply, “I am an eclectic collector.” Instead of limiting myself to one area, I study multiple but distinct categories of art and antiques. I’ve always thought that limiting your scope, as a collector, is depriving yourself of the beauty and histories of the hundreds of primitive, medieval and even modern cultures of our civilization. More >>

Bobbleheads coded (6/28/08)
At ballparks throughout the country, bobblehead collectibles are given out to fans who show up early. For instance, this year the Houston Astros will be giving out baseball bobbleheads of two local legends, Craig Biggio and Jeff Bagwell. More >>

Mileage (6/28/08)
Astronomical gas prices are slamming businesses across the board including antiques and collectibles shops. As of July 1, 2008 through the end of the year, the More >>

Forgotten (6/28/08)
Editor’s Note: Are your antiques and collectibles trapped in seclusion or piled up in the corner like junk mail? If you need help displaying your collection, send us your questions, and let our experts help resolve the problem. More >>

Identifying Wood Species – Part II (6/26/08)
The heartwood of this piece of poplar was green when it cut. After curing several years it turns brown.The good news is that when you get right down to it there just aren’t that many woods to choose from in the bulk of American furniture. And all are native woods with the exception of mahogany. The short list begins with the various members of the related oak family – oak, elm, hickory, pecan, ash and chestnut. More >>

Identifying Wood Species – Part I (6/26/08)
A reputable dealer has assured you that this chair is an 18th century Philadelphia Chippendale chair. What would you expect it to be made of?Probably the third most frequently asked question about a piece of furniture, after “how old is it?” and “what’s it worth?”, is “what is it made of?”. After brushing aside the original inclination to just say “wood”, the real work begins. Often the identification of the actual building material is the most daunting task a furniture researcher or collector faces. More >>

Identifying Wood Species – Part III (6/26/08)
This is the result of quarter sawing an oak log.We now are down to the last two properties of wood to help us made a positive identification. FIGURE More >>

my 2nd day on the site (6/25/08)
Well. I’ve managed to make a list of one of our collections — including pictures! It took my computer-challenged-self a while to get it done, but I got it done. Our almost 30 Jim Beam decanters are now on my page with pictures. More >>

WorthPoint Makes It Easy to Sell Your Antiques and Collectibles for the Best Price (6/25/08)
So, you’re ready to sell the gorgeous old grandfather clock that’s been in your family for three generations. You know that it’s valuable, but you don’t know how valuable, and you’re not sure how to get started with the evaluation and sales process. More >>

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