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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 >>


DISNEY PLATES (10/6/08)
HELLO I HAVE SOME DISNEY PLATES THAT I AM SELLING FOR 5,500.00AND THERE ARE NICES PLATES I HAD THEM FOR ALONG TIME BUT I AM MOVE IN JUST WANT TO SELL THEM IF YOU WANT YOU CAN HAVE ALL 5 FOR 5,500.00 AND YOU CAN GET FREE SHIPPEN TO YOU HOUSE BUT I NEED THE FULL AMOUNT OK OF 5,500.00 OK THANK YOU AND HAVE A NICE DAY OK THANK YOU 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 >>


Isadora Duncan 1927 & Isadora Duncan 1977 (9/24/08)
Original Eroy Perfume Featured in 1998 Auction Catalogue Realized $286.00Isadora Duncan, considered the mother of modern dance, was Born in San Francisco California on September 14, 1877. Her father … More >>


Forbidden Planet: The Most Coveted Poster (9/23/08)
In a recent issue of a monthly newspaper dedicated to movie poster collecting, five of seven dealers used the one-sheet from 1957′s “Forbidden Planet” showing Robbie the Robot cradling sexy Anne Francis in his metallic arms as a prominent part of their ad. More >>


Poster Artists: Ralph Bakshi (9/23/08)
Some Tolkien fans never forgave Ralph Bakshi for his animated version of “The Lord of the Rings,” at least until Peter Jackson did the trilogy right in live action (and plenty of computer generated imagery). More >>


Circus Show Names and the Greatest Show Name of All Time (9/22/08)
1919 Poster announcing combination of Ringling Bros. with Barnum & BaileyWhen collecting circus memorabilia it’s important to be familiar with the names of the hundreds of circuses that have crisscrossed this nation since John Bill Ricketts gave his first show in Philadelphia in 1793. The best resource for this information is a book entitled Directory of American Circuses: 1793-2000 by Robert L. Parkinson. More >>


Wooden Carousels: Historic “Collectibles” Worth Preserving (9/18/08)
Editor’s Note: Most collectibles are displayed on shelves, hung on walls or snuggled into a corner of the living room. WorthPoint’s Mary Brenneman came across a type of “collectible” that wouldn’t make it through the front door and needs plenty of space to spin—the wooden carousel. More >>


Antiques and Collectibles News from Paris, Nashville, Smallville (9/17/08)
Isn’t it grand when the antiques and collectibles news goes from Paris, Nashville, Smallville and Krypton? More >>


Brimsfield Residue (9/15/08)
That would be Brimfield, Massachusetts, home of the largest flea market. More >>


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