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German World War One Pilot’s helmet (4/22/08)
German World War One PilotDuring 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. More >>


Antique Silver Napkin Rings – Beauty and Value (4/22/08)
Tiffany Co. Silver Napkin Ring c1890Do 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? More >>


Derbybilia – Kentucky Derby Collectibles (4/21/08)
Where else in the world do children get out of school the day before a horse race? Only in Louisville, so far as we know. More >>


wheatties (4/21/08)
looking for what a 1957 general mills wheatties international coin collection is worth More >>


Antique & Vintage Book Marks (4/21/08)
Cracker Jack Bookmark from www.SilverBookmarks.comI was looking for a way to be lazy today and I found one. You see, my partner, Cindy, asked if I could do a simple blog today, because she has family in town and isn’t going to have a lot of time to devote to it. Along came Howie. Howie Schechter is a collector of silver bookmarks and has a collection of over 1,000 antique and vintage bookmarks. More >>


Shell Cameo, Jewelry History (4/21/08)
Cameos are jewelry carved with a raised image. The word cameo comes from the Hebrew/Arabic word “kameo” meaning amulet or charm. They come in several materials and date back to Ancient Greece and Rome. They were usually were carved from a hard stone like agate, as well as glass. More >>


waltham watch company (4/19/08)
american waltham watch open face gold pocket watch More >>


Carnival Glass – Adventures in Antiquing (4/19/08)
Photo: European Carnival Glass/Eda Glasbruks Floral Sunburst is offered at http://www.carnival-glass.net/for $995 – £567 More >>


Look what I found !!!!! (4/18/08)
While tearing down an old shed for a customer of mine, we stumbled upon this rare find. It is an old fly fishing rod manufactured by Marshall Co. Japan. I don’t know the age or the origin but I would be interested in reading any input you fellow enthusiast’s might have. More >>


Flow Blue China: An Error that Paid Off (4/18/08)
Flow Blue Porcelain China Teapot with Lid sold recently on eBay for $516.00I had a special request to do a blog about Flow Blue from Joann Woodall of the Wagon Wheel Antiques Co. Joann is one of the people from whom I purchased the wonderful pottery at the Arlington Park Antique Show. I am always looking for items of interest to write about, so in the future, please email any requests you might have. More >>


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