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Air Force One Lands at INVESCO (8/20/08)
The last 100 yards were the toughest. On Tuesday, Steve Cannaby’s careful re-creation of Air Force One was just a short taxiway from the gates of Denver’s INVESCO Field at Mike High where Barack Obama will accept the 2008 Democratic presidential nomination. But like many journeys, there were a few unexpected twists and turns at the end. More >>

Warlick: Mr. Presidential Collectibles (8/20/08)
In 1980, Jim Warlick arrived at the Democratic National Convention in New York City with a pile of “Jimmy Carter for President” buttons to sell. That was the start of Worthologist Warlick’s career in campaign and political collectibles. More >>

Antiques, Art and Collectibles Auction Ploys (8/18/08)
To bid or not to bid, that is the question. Then there are the little matters of how much to bid and when. News travels fast in the collectibles, antiques and art markets More >>

Larkin and Hubbard: From Soap to Antiques and Collectibles (8/11/08)
Ever since three nine- and ten-year-old chums and I (unbeknown to our parents, of course) ventured to walk the four or five miles through terra-incognita streets to Boston‘s Museum of Fine Arts, guided only by a Gulf Oil Co. street map, I was smitten by the antiquities, travel and collectibles “bug,” seeking the unusual. More >>

Antique Baseball Gloves—How the Game Used to Be (8/5/08)
Baseball fans are like historians in many ways. They pride themselves on being able to quote arcane stats, facts and stories. One aspect of sports collectibles that is important to many historians of the game is baseball-glove collecting. Collectors are fascinated by antique gloves that tell stories of the development of this incredible sport More >>

Estate Planning—Antiques, Collectibles & GREED (8/1/08)
Inheriting fine collectibles, antiques and art sometimes brings out unattractive qualities in people, one being greed. Let me assure you … More >>

Sports E-Cards—Collectibles of the 21st Century? (7/29/08)
It’s no secret the Internet has changed the face of how consumers shop for items. Music, movies and books are just a few of the things you can buy online to download directly to your computer. The sports collectibles world hasn’t been unaffected by today’s digital society. More >>

Finding Art And Collectibles in All the Right Places (7/28/08)
You can buy valuable art and collectibles in all kinds of places—galleries, hotel ballrooms, even roadside tents. Knowing how different auctions operate can help you acquire the best pieces at fair prices or at least, protect you from overpaying. More >>

Estate Planning—Where Are the Coin Collectibles? (7/25/08)
During the early 1980s, one of my favorite clients was the owner of an antiques shop who also owned a restaurant and bar with several pool tables. The client was rather elderly but quite alert and worked long hours seven days a week. During the 1930s, ’40s and ’50s, his restaurant supplied area service clubs with fried chicken and fried fish (known as a chicken fry or fish fry). More >>

Baseball Collectibles, Media Hype? Bring It On for Higher Prices (7/22/08)
The baseball-card market can be difficult to predict sometimes, as I pointed out in my investment strategies . More >>

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