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Rookwood Pottery (2/3/08)
Rookwood pottery in blueLike many successful businesses, one of the most prominent late 19th and early 20th century ceramics and pottery companies was created from a hobby. More >>


Good Flag, Bad Flag: Five Ways to Design a Good Flag (2/2/08)
Bad Flag - State of New HampshireThere really is no such thing as a bad flag. Any time a community reaches out to symbolize their past, their achievements, and their people is a good thing. Still, there are ways for your community to be remembered more easily when it comes to your flag design. So, here are five basic things to remember: 1. Keep it Simple: A flag should be so simple a child can draw it from memory… More >>


Geek Speak 1/1/08 (2/1/08)
Cover of Iron Fist #1So, hello all. My name is Matt and this semi-weekly blog is going to focus on the comic book universe. I’m not going to bore you with a list of my credentials, you can read my worthologist bio for that exciting info, but I will say (proudly) that I am Worthpoint’s head-comic-book-nerd. As I stated this blog will mainly concentrate on comic news, (ie. More >>


Concentration Camp Symbols of World War II (2/1/08)
fake concentration camp armbandDuring the NAZI era of 1930-1940 Germany, the World War II era, the government created a state policy where ‘undesirable’ groups within Germany and any of its occupied territories were isolated from the general population. These groups were identified as Jews, homosexuals, gypsies, Jehovah’s Witnesses, criminals, political prisoners, and emigrants. More >>


SA Dagger Imposter (2/1/08)
SA Dagger Imposter, closeup of scabbard that should be brown, not blackCuriously enough, this SA dagger came into the shop recently and only after careful examination after the fact revealed that in fact this official looking SA dagger was an imposter. Here’s how I can now tell: - the color of the handle and the scabbard should be brown, not black, - the handle itself could be a reproduction and the scabbard changed to reflect the reproduction, More >>


Viktor Schreckengost Dies at 101 (2/1/08)
The Murray Torpedo pedal carHe wasn’t particularly well known, but he liked it that way. Yet, Viktor Schreckengost was considered an American Da Vinci because, as an industrial designer over 70 years, he is personally responsible for many of our collectibles today. More >>


This Week in Geek! 1/30 (1/30/08)
cap 34Welcome back to blog formerly known as “Geek Speak”. As it would turn out, I recently discovered there is a comic themed podcast that already had claim to the name “Geek Speak“. So rather than attack the nice guys at Geek Speak radio with the full force of the pit bulls that represent Worthpoint’s legal team I have to decided to be the bigger man and concede the title of Geek Speak. More >>


Tools of the Trade (1/30/08)
a sextant, one tool of the tradeWhile sailors, carpenters, doctors, masons, and farmers all have tools designed specifically for their needs, spies and detectives seem to have the best tools. Like James Bond or Sherlock Holmes, you too can have a set of tools that will help you be a sleuth – as a furniture, art and decorative arts detective. More >>


1920′s Barstow Gas Stove (1/30/08)
Looking into a stove located in my mothers home. The marking/tags state that it was made by the Barstow Stove Company, Rhode Island. This stove does still work although it has not been used in a number of years. I would say it is excellent to very good condition. Looking for any information on value that anyone may have. More >>


Kaiting painting (1/30/08)
D. Kaiting landscapeI am interested in information about D. Kaiting, artist of a painting I purchased at an auction. It is an oil painting of a landscape, 2′ x 3′ in a gold frame. I’d like to know about the artist. More >>


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