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  • Jul 20 2008
  • 20 Jul 2008

Baseball Card Collecting as an Investment

  • Jul 20 2008
  • 20 Jul 2008

Honus Wagner Reached Baseball’s Peak, His Collectibles Card Soars Even Higher

I don’t know how I have maintained a baseball-card blog for the last few months without talking about what is largely considered to be the Holy Grail of antique-card collecting—the T206 Honus Wagner card. It is one of the rarest baseball cards in history, and it depicts one of the greatest players of the dead-ball era.

  • Jul 20 2008
  • 20 Jul 2008

Three Players Whose Collectibles Are Benefiting from Their Hot Starts

Every year, the first half of the baseball season showcases some amazing starts from a few players. Newspapers, sports talk radio and the Internet become inundated with conversation about the player and speculation as to whether he can continue the historic pace he has set. Statisticians try to project his first half numbers over an entire season to see if he will break any records.

  • Jul 20 2008
  • 20 Jul 2008

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Hello Everyone,

I just want to let folks know that episode 21 of the Auctionwally Show will be airing live on Sunday Afternoon at 2p EST.

You can call in and ask a question, comment or even plug your website or item for sale! The call in # is 1-645-378-1561

The link to get the the show is:

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/auctionwally/2008/07/20/The-Auctionwally-Show-ep21

  • Jul 19 2008
  • 19 Jul 2008

Baseball Collectibles And Fun: DHL All-Star FanFest

I’m not someone who follows baseball religiously or follows a season with bated breath. But I’ve always had a love of the game, its sincere players, rascals, larger-than-life stories and its culture of creating history through attractive collectibles and rediscovering history through antiques. So shooting the DHL Fan Fest with a total enthusiast like Dan was incredibly fun.

  • Jul 19 2008
  • 19 Jul 2008

Braille on Coin a First for USA

Have you ever wondered how the blind population can tell what denomination of either paper money or coin they are using?

A prototype of the first U.S. coin with readable Braille characters was unveiled July 2 at the National Federation of the Blind’s annual convention in Dallas during the March for Independence.

  • Jul 17 2008
  • 17 Jul 2008

DHL All-Star FanFest -DRAFT by Matt Kohn

I’m not someone who follows baseball religiously, or follows a season with baited breath. But I’ve always had a love of the game, it’s sincere players, it’s rascals, it’s larger than life stories, and it’s culture of creating history through attractive collectibles and rediscovering history through antiques.

  • Jul 17 2008
  • 17 Jul 2008

Maxfield Parrish is the most reproduced American artist : by Erin C. Kruml

Maxfield Parrish is the most reproduced American artist and his works remain highly desirable on the collecting market. Though Parrish was a private man, his […]

  • Jul 17 2008
  • 17 Jul 2008

The Classic Telephone

Vintage phones are popular for their nostalgic value and design. They’re the stuff of black-and-white movies and dime store sodas.

  • Jul 17 2008
  • 17 Jul 2008

Do You Remember Yuri Gagarin?

In 1961 Yuri Gagarin became the first human to enter space and orbit the globe for 108 minutes aboard Vostok 3KA-2 (Vostok I) and returned safely to earth. What a brave cosmonaut!!