Imitation British Halfpence (Machin’s Mills and Other Coinage of 1786-1789
The most common coin used for small transactions in early America was the copper British halfpenny. These were widely accepted non-legal tender status and were a prime choice for unauthorized reproduction by private individuals. Many counterfeits were made in this country by casting or other crude methods; some were even made in England and imported to this country.
10 Tips For Investing in Antiques and Collectibles
These days many people are taking a closer look at antiques & collectibles as investments. As the stock market becomes more volatile, it just makes great sense to add tangible assets to your investment portfolio. Unlike any other investment, when you invest in a collectible, it’s virtually impossible to lose 100% of your money due to devaluation.
Live Internet Auctions– A New Way To Attend Events
Live auctions via the Internet are an interesting phenomena for me, and I think that this procedure opens the door for improving sales at all auctions. Yes, there are auctions that are a must to attend, but the real world sometimes gets in the way which makes attending nearly impossible. So Internet auctions can help me take part in some important events that don’t fit my schedule.
German World War II Police helmet
Pictured is a World War II German model 1934 Police helmet. The helmet has double decals on either side. One decal is the German Eagle with swaztica in silver and black and wreath of silver and black surrounded in black with a silver colored border representing the German nation.
Classic Collector Cars and the Antique Business
As a dealer and collector, I am not usually interested in dealing with anything that is larger than a bread box, with the exception of paintings. But, every once in a while, I stumble across something and I’ve got to reconsider — at least for that particular item.
Historic American Staffordshire China
Blue and white, and the many colored Staffordshire genre dinner services, and commemorative pieces that had been produced in America by factories established in the northeastern colonies during the period from 1790 through 1840, have become an eminently collectible antique category of its own. Rare pieces have been sold for $1000’s of dollars.
My name is Kerry, I am brand new here. I am not new to collecting, however. My family has been collecting obscure, unique things for years. I have just recently started to try to find information on some of the things that are a lttle puzzling to me. I look forward to talking with you!
Young Athletes – Identifying the New Legends
The world’s biggest name in soccer, David Beckham, played an exhibition game February 20th. He joined his L.A. Galaxy teammates in Hawaii for a match against the Japanese team Gamba Osaka. At the final whistle, the Galaxy had been defeated, and according to soccer tradition, Beckham removed his jersey, walked over to the crowd, and handed it to two boys.
Kiss – The Collector’s Band
The word band is simply not enough to describe the phenomenon known as Kiss. Their pounding rhythms, soaring guitars, over the top persona and spectacular stage show have built the group a legion of dedicated fans. However, the world has seen and heard a number of successful bands, what sets Kiss apart to a collector is the extensive catalog of memorabilia they have produced over the years.
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