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Animation Art (1/28/08)
To understand animation art, one must understand its terminology. The vocabulary involving animation cels is very specific. The difference between … More >>


Electric Kitchen Appliances (1/28/08)
The turn of the century saw the popularity of electric kitchen appliances increase to the point where most metropolitan households … More >>


Art Pottery (1/28/08)
Art pottery production was at an all-time high during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. At this time over … More >>


Ashtrays (1/28/08)
Ashtrays can be found made from every material and in any form imaginable. A popular subcategory with collectors is advertising ashtrays. … More >>


Auto & Drag Racing (1/28/08)
The earliest automobile racing occurred in Europe at the end of the 19th century. By 1910, the sport was popular … More >>


Autograph Collecting (1/28/08)
Early autograph collectors focused on signature only, often discarding the document from which it was cut. Today’s collectors know that … More >>


Automobile Collecting (1/28/08)
The Antique Automobile Club of America instituted a policy whereby any motor vehicle (car, bus, motorcycle,etc.) manufactured prior to 1930 … More >>


Automobilia Collecting (1/28/08)
Automobilia can be broken down into three major collecting categories—parts used for restoring cars, advertising and promotional items relating to … More >>


Legacy at the Metropolitan Museum of Art (1/28/08)
Euphronios art returned by the MetDid you know the country’s most prestigious art museum, the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art, doesn’t charge an entrance fee? More >>


The Ultimate White House Collectible (1/28/08)
The South Portico of the White House , c. 1836.  The southwest cornerstone would be at the bottom right.After all of that pomp and ceremony, you would think that at least one of the people who attended the laying of the cornerstone of the President’s House would remember where they put it. If you weren’t one of the Freemasons who attended the ceremony on October 13, 1792 to lay the cornerstone at the President’s House, then let me tell you what happened. More >>


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