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  • Mar 7 2008
  • 7 Mar 2008

The Comic Speculator: The Early Works of Matt Wagner

For those of you who can’t drop upwards of $200.00 on a comic book, you’ll be happy to know that you can find most of these old Zorro books in poor condition (reader copies) at any comic shop with a decent back stock for under $10.00.

  • Mar 6 2008
  • 6 Mar 2008

Khori Wasi Arte y Artesanías Latinoamericanos

Khori Wasi Arte y Artesanías Latinoamericanos is a gallery-style store with beautiful collections of contemporary and antique art and furniture collected from various parts of South America.

  • Mar 5 2008
  • 5 Mar 2008

This Week in Geek 3/05/08

Yesterday was a little traumatic for myself and Green Bay Packers fans everywhere as our hero Brett Favre announced the end of his 17 year football career. It was a day of reckoning that every cheese-head knew would eventually come to fruition. Thanks for everything Brett, we’ll miss you. However, that wasn’t the only farewell of this past Tuesday.

  • Mar 5 2008
  • 5 Mar 2008

How to Care for Old Flags

HOW TO CARE FOR OLD FLAGS

Flags manufactured before the age of synthetics were generally made whole or in part from wool, cotton and linen, all natural fibers.

WOOL FLAGS

  • Mar 4 2008
  • 4 Mar 2008

French World War One combination coffee grinder and mess kit

During the First World War, the French soldier was required to carry great deal of equipment inside or attached to his field pack. The type of gear carried by an average soldier today has changed from the equipment carried 90+ years ago. The weight on the other hand has remained about the same at roughly 75 pounds.

  • Mar 3 2008
  • 3 Mar 2008

There’s A New Boy in Town, Ken Carson

Barbie™ was introduced to us in 1959, but what about her boyfriend Ken™ – full name, Ken Carson?

  • Feb 29 2008
  • 29 Feb 2008

Pasaje la Defensa

Stepping through the entrance of the quiet arcade-style Pasaje La Defensa is like stepping a hundred years back into history. Once a grand bi-level estate of the influential Ezeiza family, the mansion is now a crumbling, though still stately, grid work of rooms, passageways, staircases, and courtyards, housing a gallery of antiques and curiosity shops.

  • Feb 29 2008
  • 29 Feb 2008

Cuban 1897 Contribution Issue

The Junta Or Delegation of the Cuban Revolutionary Party established in New York City in 1892 decided to issue coins besides bonds and stamps. In 1897 the designs were created by Philip Martiny in conjunction with the Gorham Manufacturing Company. Because of the urgency the words “un peso” were replaced by “souvenir” as patents were being awaited.

  • Feb 28 2008
  • 28 Feb 2008

This Week in Geek 2/26

Hey hey, it’s new comic Wednesday… Well actually it’s Thursday and I’m a little late. I was busy ok! Please don’t tell my Worthpoint bosses, the beatings… Oh the beatings, and my wrists are so sore from the chains that hold me at my desk. Please send help…

  • Feb 27 2008
  • 27 Feb 2008

Roldán Subastas de Arte – Auction House

Roldán is a fine arts and antiques auction house located in the most exclusive art gallery district of Buenos Aires.