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Party On with Inaugural Collectibles (1/20/09)
Obama cuff linksIn the mood to party, but it’s too late for New Year’s Eve? Too early for the Super Bowl? How … More >>




Rosa Parks’ hats, James Brown’s curlers, a Nelson Mandela stamp and buying art on cruise ships (7/18/08)
The antiques, collectibles and art news swung from singer James Brown’s hair curlers, a stamp honoring freedom fighter Nelson Mandela, civil-rights heroine Rosa Parks’ hats to the last in a series of U.S. coins saluting the judiciary and a warning about buying art on cruise ships. Collectibles from the civil-rights pillar who would not move More >>


Help, What are these? (4/11/08)
I came into possession of two pins or badges that I inherited from a relative’s estate. They were acquired in England sometime during World War Two. Any information that anyone may have concerning these would be appreciated. More >>


Daryle Lambert – I’ll Take it All (1/30/08)
Bronze Wright Brothers Medal I am author of "31 Steps to Your Millions in Antiques & Collectibles." I write a Daily Antiques & Collectibles Blog for those interested in learning more about antiques & collectibles while also learning to use these items to grow wealth. More >>


Inaugural Medals (1/23/08)
Wm. Howard Taft official Inaugural Medal, 1909It is well known that the United States Mint manufacturers the currency and coinage of the United States. What isn’t well known is that there are skilled craftsman who also shape American history in bronze medals and medallions for everyone to own and share. Created in 1792, the U.S. Mint has been the primary source of coinage in the United States, but in their own words: More >>


The Inaugural Medal of Warren G. Harding (11/12/07)
Woodrow Wilson 2d Inaugural Medal, 1917President-elect Warren G. Harding wanted "…the most dazzling celebration in the memory of the present generation." Fireworks, concerts, balls, parades, and the return of the inaugural medal. However, with the economy approaching deep depression, the political climate did not warrant an extravagent celebration. More >>


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