Estate Executors’ Headaches: Liquidating Tangible Personal Property
Pop quiz for executors: what estate settlement task will take up most of your time, cause you the most aggravation, and return the smallest amount […]
The Comic Speculator – New Comics Roundup 09/25/2013
The Comic Speculator is a blog written by WorthPoint Comic Book “Worthologist” Matt Baum that takes a look at each week’s hot new comics, back […]
It’s Time to Sell Your Sports Collection… Now What?
There are many reasons and numerous potential life-changing events that may provide the catalyst for selling your treasured sports memorabilia collection. Financial hardship, college tuition, […]
The Avengers: The Comic Book Juggernaut that Almost Wasn’t
In the summer of 1963, Marvel Comics published a comic book that few at the time imagined would still be making waves in American pop […]
Collectible Sports Figures: They’re More than Just Bobbleheads
There are many types of sports figures for collectors to pursue that have intrinsic value all of their own. However, they can also serve as […]
It’s all in the Marks: What Does ‘OEPIAG/EPIAG’ Mean?
Going through the e-mail from WorthPoint readers, we often receive questions about the markings on pottery and porcelain, particularly European pieces made between the First […]
From Japan to the World: Battle of the Planets Collectibles
For many children growing up during the late 1970s and early 1980s, an animated TV series named “Battle of the Planets” had them running home […]
Postcard Time Machine: Remembering More Stars of TV and Film
Postcards of famous people have always been popular. In addition to historical figures, authors and kings and queens, postcards celebrate our favorite entertainers as well. […]
I Inherited the Family Piano… Now What?
How do you stop an elephant from charging? Take away his credit card. Why do elephants have trunks? Because they would look silly with glove […]
The Ultimate Tea Ceremony: How the Custom of Taking Tea Influenced Silver Tea Sets
??????: ???? Chinese Export Silver was very much a product of the China Trade, which in itself was a phenomenon born out of the long-established […]