• 5
    Mar

Auction Report: Bertoia’s Donald Kaufman Automotive Toy Collection

Bertoia Auctions is pleased to present the world-class Donald Kaufman toy collection. He spent 58 years searching the world over for the finest in tin luxury vehicles, cast-iron rarities, pressed-steel examples, comic-character toys, pedal cars and still more indescribable toy oddities. The very private collection will be revealed for the first time and presented in its entirety for...

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  • 5
    Mar

Lt. Reichard’s WWII Diary – March 5, 1943

Lt. Reichard's WWII Diary Project and Recap: On January 1, 2009, WorthPoint began a three year project following the life of a WWII soldier through the daily pages of his diary. To read about the inception of this project, or to add your own comments, click here. January 1943 Recap: We first met Lt. Reichard in January, stationed...

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  • 4
    Mar

This Week in Geek 3/04/09

  [caption id="attachment_2474458" align="aligncenter" width="99" caption="Gotham Gazette"][/caption] [caption id="attachment_2474459" align="aligncenter" width="99" caption="Black Panther "][/caption]   [caption id="attachment_2474461" align="aligncenter" width="99" caption="Deadpool "][/caption]   [caption id="attachment_2474462" align="aligncenter" width="99" caption="Solomon Grundy "][/caption] This Week in Geek is a weekly blog about new comics written by WorthPoint Comic book Worthologist Matt Baum. Every Wednesday, Matt takes a look at the week's new...

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  • 4
    Mar

ANACS Grading Service – Packaging Your Coins

[voxant 3645421] ANACS is America's oldest grading service, and has the most stringent ethical policy of the major grading services.  You can have your coins graded by ANACS' experts by sending in your coins for certification and authentication.  In this video, John Hall explains the safest way to package your coins when mailing in a submission. Be sure...

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  • 4
    Mar

ANACS Grading Service – Submission Form

[voxant 3642348] ANACS is America's oldest grading service, and has the most stringent ethical policy of the major grading services.  You can have your coins graded by ANACS' experts by sending in your coins for certification and authentication. In this video, Paul DeFelice, ANACS VP of Customer Services, walks you through the process of filling out the submission...

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  • 4
    Mar

Lt. Reichard’s WWII Diary – March 4, 1943

Lt. Reichard's WWII Diary Project and Recap: On January 1, 2009, WorthPoint began a three year project following the life of a WWII soldier through the daily pages of his diary. To read about the inception of this project, or to add your own comments, click here. January 1943 Recap: We first met Lt. Reichard in January, stationed...

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  • 3
    Mar

Auction Report: Heritage Auction Galleries Fine Silver and Object d’Vertu

Heritage Auction Galleries presents auction number 5016 on March 19, a luminous collection of fine and important silver and object d’vertu. The collection of 676 items opens the auction with the striking, singular designs of Mexican silver jewelry coupled with the luminous names that defined the unique pieces in the ’30s through the ’50s. Designers William Spratling, Antonio...

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  • 3
    Mar

Ladies, Gentlemen and Collectors of All Ages . . .

About once a year, some small circus would make its way to Council Grove, Kan., and when it did a circus-dazzled kid named Larry Kellogg—now WorthPoint’s expert on circus collectibles, antiques and memorabilia—would be there. As an 8-year-old, Kellogg would go to the gas station and markets asking if he could have the circus posters in windows once...

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  • 3
    Mar

Lt. Reichard’s WWII Diary – March 3, 1943

Lt. Reichard's WWII Diary Project and Recap: On January 1, 2009, WorthPoint began a three year project following the life of a WWII soldier through the daily pages of his diary. To read about the inception of this project, or to add your own comments, click here. January 1943 Recap: We first met Lt. Reichard in January, stationed...

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  • 2
    Mar

Weekly News Roundup: March 2-6, 2009

Topping art, antiques and collectibles headlines heading into the weekend are a 1823 copy of the Declaration of Independence up for sale in North Carolina, a rare stamp sells for six figures, an end (it can be hoped) to the controversy surrounding the sale of Gandhi's personal items and some of the most skin-crawling, spine-tingling notes of music...

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