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This Week in Geek 10/08 (10/9/08)
Cover of Enders Game #1This 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 comics from a collector’s point-of-view and discusses which books may be hard to find in the near future and why. More >>


quiz 10-8 (10/8/08)
So you think you know political collectibles? What’s hot. What’s not. And most importantly, what they’re worth. WorthPoint’s political-collectibles specialists—Jim Warlick, Tom Carrier and John Olsen—are set to test your knowledge. Answer the questions below, and win a round of applause if you do well. Presidential paperweights More >>


Presidential quiz 10-07 (10/7/08)
American Politics guide More >>


Movie poster artists: Charles Addams (10/7/08)
Murder By Death poster designed by Charles AdammsA number of artists best known for their work in other fields also did at least some movie posters. Today, Charles Addams is best known for creating the “Addams Family,” as familiar to us now through the two movies and the television show as through the dark humor of his weird New Yorker cartoons. More >>


Circus Books: Building a Solid Foundation for Collecting (10/7/08)
The Circus: 1870-1950,” by Noel DanielCircus Books: Building a Solid Foundation for Collecting By Larry Kellogg More >>


old sheet music (10/3/08)
I have a collection of sheet music from about 1941 on and they are preserved and in great shape. I would like to sell either as a collection or individual sheets. More >>


Mystery of the 1883 Ringling Bros. Handbill (10/1/08)
1883-ringling-bros-handbillThe five Ringling brothers first entered the tented-circus business in 1884 with a show they called Yankee Robinson and Ringling Brothers Great Double Shows and Caravan. The boys had been working toward this day for some time. [Note: For a more detailed look at the evolution of Ringling Bros. More >>


This Week in Geek 9/24 (9/25/08)
Cover of Samurai: Legend #1This 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 comics from a collector’s point-of-view and discusses which books may be hard to find in the near future and why. More >>


Collecting Historical Autographs – Basic info (9/25/08)
George Washington Presidential signed documentWhen collecting autographs, it is better to collect letters and documents and avoid clipped signatures (signatures that were cut from letters or documents). First, there is nothing historical about a clip, and Secondly, it is very hard to properly authenticate a clipped signature. Go for letters and documents and other “larger” items. More >>


Mourning Books And Rituals—Comforting The Spirit (9/23/08)
A drawing of Georgie Cuyler (top) and of Georgie and his brother, Theo (bottom, left), are from my copy of the 1868 edition of "The Empty Crib.”Today the subject of death is largely avoided and it is expected that any signs of grief should be done only in private. We have removed ourselves from the reality of death and it has become a sterile process, gone is the the loving vigil of the family attending to the physical and spiritual needs of the dying person. More >>


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