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Collecting The Coneheads (9/8/08)
I collect in a number of specific areas. Rather than randomly collecting movie art, I enjoy building wider collections that include toys, trading cards, ties, comix, magazines and books and so on. I’ll collect anything from a movie or TV show in which aliens play a prominent role. More >>


Dating The Wizard of Oz (9/4/08)
1900 First Edition Cover of The Wonderful Wizard of OzMany old books do not include publication dates. Copyright dates, which are often incorrectly used to determine a book’s age, are usually much earlier than actual publication dates, because most classic books were eventually produced by a variety of publishers and sometimes with a variety of different illustrators. L. More >>


The History of Recorded Fairy Tales (9/4/08)
Illustration by H. M. Brock for “The Frog Prince” in an 1889 edition of Kinder-und Hausmärchen by the Grimm Brothers. “The Frog Prince” was the first story in the Grimm collection.Folk and fantasy stories have been passed down through the ages for thousands of years and have an ancient oral tradition in almost every country. The early fantasy tales were quite a bit different from the sanitized versions produced today. More >>


Dating Nancy Drew Book Formats (9/4/08)
Edward Stratemeyer (1862 – 1930) created a literary syndicate in the early 1900s which was responsible for the publication of thousands of juvenile series books. These included the Rover Boys, Bobbsey Twins, Tom Swift, Nancy Drew, Hardy Boys, Dana Girls, Honey Bunch, Bomba the Jungle Boy, X Bar X Boys, Campfire Girls, Happy Hollisters and scores of others. More >>


Pam Grier Collectibles Attract Varied Interest (9/4/08)
Pam Brief tells a story (Photo by Renee Wright)Pam Grier told an audience at Winston Salem’s 2008 Riverrun International Film Festival that when she went to meet director Quentin Tarantino, he told her he had written a movie with her in mind. More >>


Lon Chaney Collectible Poster Turns Up In Sub Shop (9/4/08)
Another view of the Phantom posterIt’s not unusual to discover movie poster collectibles in unlikely locations. This time, the Phantom was hanging out in a sub shop. More >>


The Rocket Man and Me (9/4/08)
The Rocketman insert posterYears ago, in 1954, when I was 7 or 8, I saw a little film called “The Rocket Man,” at the Columbia Theatre in the small town where I grew up. I was about the same age as the young boy, played by George “Foghorn” Winslow, known for his gravelly voice. More >>


Incredible Leonard Schrader Lobby Card Collection Sells (9/4/08)
Buster Keaton item from SchraderOne of the most amazing American collections of movie memorabilia known has sold to an as-yet unnamed foreign buyer. More >>


The condition of movie paper–and how it affects prices (9/4/08)
Let’s start with the absolute basics: all serious collectors desire items that are as near perfect as possible, and the closer to perfect an item is, the higher the price it can command. More >>


Unprecedented movie memorbilia collection to be auctioned in December (9/4/08)
PhotoplayThe Los Angeles Times is reporting that a movie memorbilia collection some say is second only to that of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will be auctioned off in mid-December of this year. More >>


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