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Notify Module (5/2/08)
Issue: E-mail Notification for AaQ and AaW Members posting questions and “answers to questions” (AaQ & AaW) should have the option to get an email everything someone responds. The default should be to be notified, and the member should be able to turn the notification on/off after posting the questions/answer. Solution: Notify Module More >>


pottery (5/1/08)
Pottery from Mesa Verde…Utilitarian..Pueblo II time period…dated 950-1050 A.D. More >>


appraisale information (5/1/08)
can some one tell we where I can get a value and where I can sell this piece More >>


1885,1886 newspapers (5/1/08)
Does anyone know how much 1 newspapers dated Jan 23, 1896, and 2 dated Dec 7, 1895 are worth? More >>


Mao’s Museum (4/30/08)
Japanese Made 1937 Merit TankWhile staying in Beijing, I made time to take a subway and visit the Chinese Military Museum. This spectacular building spans 60,000 square meters (196,850.39 square feet) and exhibits 5,000 years of Chinese military history on two four-story wings. More >>


What is Cloissone? (4/30/08)
A stack of cloissone pieces waiting for another layer of enamel Cloisonné is a form of enamelware that began in Beijing in the 13th century. During my stay in China, I had the opportunity to visit the Yu Long Friendship Store (www.bjdayi.com), a facility in Beijing where fine cloisonné is manufactured and sold. More >>


Silk Street “Antiques” (4/30/08)
Ground level at Silk Street.If you are in Beijing and enjoy hunting for a bargain while swarms of venders tug at your clothing and gesture in front of your face to control your attention, Silk Street Market is just the place for you! More >>


Shopping in Pingyau (4/30/08)
A view of the wall and the smog that engulfs all of Shanxi caused by coal production.While staying in Shanxi Province in China, I was able to visit Pingyao Ancient City. Pingyau was built in 1370 AD during the Ming Dynasty and declared a World Heritage site by UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) in 1997. It is the largest built and most preserved ancient city in Shanxi Province. More >>


A Clandestine Army: A Book Review (4/30/08)
Book CoverI was excited to obtain a copy of SOG: Team History and Insignia of a Clandestine Army, the much-anticipated book written by SOG authority Jason Hardy (www.thedogtag.com) with help from author/dealer Mike Tucker (www.authenticmilitaria.com). Jason is well known in the militaria collecting community as a specialty dealer focused on SOG and Special Forces memorabilia from the Vietnam War. More >>


A Flick of Cold Steel… (4/30/08)
My 11 inch Italian stiletto with sliding bolster and real horn grips.My earliest recollection of wanting to own a switchblade came after seeing the film The Outsiders, where the character Johnny Cade (played by Ralph Macchio) uses a lever-lock switchblade to defend himself during a fight scene with rival “Socs” (short for socialites). The camera cuts to Johnny Cade on ground, then zooms to his hand as he discretely draws his blade from his jean pocket. More >>


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