Found 93 articles matching Fraternal, Political, Organizations category.
  • May 12 2008
  • 12 May 2008

Civil War Collectibles Part II

Yesterday I was in Gettysburg, and looking at all the examples of the best of the Civil War memorabilia made me thirsty to get back in the antique treasure hunting race. Taking a little time off made my competitive passions even greater and truly opened my eyes.

  • Apr 25 2008
  • 25 Apr 2008

bibles

Where can i get information on old 1700 and 1800 bibles. I have a 1865 new testament translated out of the original greek.It has a brown cover with engraving on it. Ialso have a book of three narrative poems coleridge the rime of the ancient mariner,arnold sorab and rustum and tennyson enoch arden 1898.Also there is a first edition of Polly of the Circus 1908.are any of these of any value?

  • Apr 25 2008
  • 25 Apr 2008

Vice Presidential Guest Pins

Just as the Secret Service provides a specially designed lapel pin to frequent guests to the White House, the Secret Service also provides similar lapel pins to guests of the vice president of the United States.

  • Apr 1 2008
  • 1 Apr 2008

Why Are Presidents Collected?

It is a mystery to educated people from other countries: What is it with the American fascination with presidents?

School children know their names in order by heart. Parents date important moments of their lives by who was in the Oval Office. Many people collect objects associated with their favorites. Why?

  • Mar 29 2008
  • 29 Mar 2008

Political Items in Worthopedia, Part II

Our Worthopedia continues to grow. There are now somewhere close to 2 million individual items from auction companies, worthologists and subscribers on just about every collectible imaginable. It is a tremendous resource.

  • Mar 29 2008
  • 29 Mar 2008

Political Items in Worthopedia, Part III

This is a third in a series of identifying interesting political and historical americana items in our own Worthopedia. With over 300 auction companies providing items from past auctions and from Worthologists and individuals contributing also, there is bound to be some interesting items to review. As always the links for each item will appear collectively below.

  • Mar 29 2008
  • 29 Mar 2008

Political Items in Worthopedia, Part IV

This is a fourth in a series of identifying interesting political and historical americana items in our own Worthopedia. With over 300 auction companies providing items from past auctions and from Worthologists and individuals contributing also, there is bound to be some interesting items to review. As always the links for each item will appear collectively below.

  • Mar 18 2008
  • 18 Mar 2008

The White House for Sale

If a piano leg falls through your ceiling at home, it does cause some excitement, but you patch up the hole and move on. What is the reaction, though, when it happens not in your house, but the White House.

  • Feb 25 2008
  • 25 Feb 2008

The Seal and Flag of the Vice President of the United States

Much has been written about the seal of the president of the United States. It is a more powerful, more visible office, of course, but in many ways the influence of the vice president can be just as significant. Yet, recognizing the symbols of the office isn’t that high on a collector’s radar.

  • Feb 25 2008
  • 25 Feb 2008

Patches of the Office of Vice President of the United States

The seal of the vice president was created by Executive Order 10016 on November 10, 1948 and signed by President Harry S Truman. The Executive Order specifies the design and restrictive use of the seal of the president. That design lasted until it was changed in 1975 by Executive Order 11884 signed by President Gerald Ford.