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The Comic Speculator – New Comics Roundup 07/17/2013 (7/16/13)
RED SONJA #1 EXC STEPHANIE BUSCEMA SUBSCRIPTION VARThe Comic Speculator is a blog written by WorthPoint Comic Book “Worthologist” Matt Baum that takes a look at each … More >>


It’s All In The Marks: Dating Porcelain and Pottery (7/14/13)
klemmThe process of identifying any item examined by an appraiser is based on a number of identifiers. In the case … More >>


Ask a Worthologist: Salt-Glazed Crock (7/12/13)
edmandscrockJanice H. picked up a stoneware crock with a cobalt-blue design at a country auction. It does have some small … More >>


Rinker on Collectibles: Repurposed, a New Name for an Old Concept (7/12/13)
alley tableRepurposing antiques and collectibles is back in the news. The Kovel on Antiques and Collectibles Newsletter introduced a “New Uses … More >>


The Collector’s Minute: Leather Buckets (7/12/13)
dukebucketBefore the invention of steam-powered water pumps, fires were put out by water thrown by “bucket chains.” In these chains, … More >>


MLB’s All-Star FanFest Filled with Collectible Opportunities (7/12/13)
fanfest logoThis weekend, the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York will be home to the world’s largest interactive baseball … More >>


Ways to Tell between Original Mid-Century Modern Items & Reproductions (7/12/13)
mcm lampWould you like a little insight into what more and more pickers of vintage and Mid-Century modern items are facing … More >>


That Stiff, Yellowing Copy of the Declaration of Independence: Is it Real? Or Valuable? (7/12/13)
Dunlap copyIn 1989, when a lucky Philadelphia man found an original 1776 copy of the Declaration of Independence hidden in an … More >>


The Curious Phenomenon of 19th-Century Chinese Export Silver Bosun’s Whistles (7/12/13)
decorated with wriggle work傳送我上去吧, 史考特. 十九世紀中國出口銀海軍口笛的特殊實物 What we know as the China Trade began in 1757 when, by Imperial edict, a set of stringent … More >>


What’s Under Your Seat? A Short History of Cushioning (7/11/13)
SpringsHas that old couch gotten a little shaky? Sinking in spots? Maybe that old chair has gotten lumpy and the … More >>


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