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Sputnik Ranch: A Refuge for Designer Toy Collectors (1/14/08)
Variety of Magazines for the CollectorSputnik Ranch 3029 Magazine St. New Orleans, LA www.sputnikranch.com More >>


Widget Preview (1/14/08)
With the onset of new web2.0 technologies, the possibilities of rich user experience in websites is next to limitless. WorthPoint is also catching on the this new technological wave and does so with flair! More >>




Rutherford B. Hayes Commemorative China (1/13/08)
Rutherford B. Hayes official White House oyster plate, 1879On occasion, online auction companies have offered a uniquely produced piece of White House china service from the Administration of Rutherford B. Hayes from 1877 to 1881. More >>


U.S. Army One (1/11/08)
Army One flight certificate for Col. John J. Kennaley, closeupIt began with an urgent phone call on September 7, 1957. President Eisenhower was required at the White House for some urgent affairs of state. More >>


Postcards (1/11/08)
antique christmas cardVintage and antique postcard collecting can be an enjoyable trip through time and space. American, Canadian, and European postcards are en vogue and are a lot of fun to hunt for at auctions online and in shops. The technical term for postcard collecting is deltiology. It’s one of the most popular collectibles. More >>


Have You Lost Your Marbles? (1/10/08)
Handmade marbleA thumb flicks a shiny marble across the cement and the camera zooms in on the child’s face – tongue curled over his upper lip in consternation, his gaze steady – as the tiny ball rolls toward its target. A smile erupts when the marble hits its mark. More >>


Falling Prices Mean More Bang (1/10/08)
Now is the time to buy antiques and collectables. Some of the greatest collections have been assembled when the economy and antique market were down. Henry Frances DuPont amassed one of the greatest collections of Americana during the Great Depression, which are now on display at the Winterthur in Delaware. More >>


Santa’s Bag of Collectibles (1/9/08)
Battles of the Civil War mapYes collectors there is a Santa Claus! This Christmas has renewed my faith in younger generations. Yes children do have an interest. My 9 year-old grandson asked for folders for his presidential dollar and state quarter collections, along with maps of civil war battles. More >>


It’s a Brewer’s Market (1/9/08)
Antique corkscrewLike anything else made by man, BEER has a diverse and interesting history, rife for academic study. Those old tin cans in the basement could be worth polishing up and checking out. That metal Pabst Blue Ribbon sign and the funny, corkscrew souvenir grandpa bought for grandma on their honeymoon – these are valued pieces of Breweriana! More >>


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