Chicago’s Randolph Street Market offers a Warm Reception despite Winter’s Chill
Just a day before I was to fly out to the January Wonderful Winter Market at the Randolph Street Market for WorthPoint, I got a […]
Bigger on the Inside: Fifty Years of Doctor Who Collectibles
It was 50 years ago last month that a U.K. television program originally aimed at children would first flicker onto TV screens and become not […]
Oswald, Pollock, Houdini Featured in October Sale
LYNBROOK, N.Y. — A handwritten letter by JFK assassin Lee Harvey Oswald, a copy of “LIFE Magazine” from 1949 signed by artist Jackson Pollock and […]
NCAA Football: Collecting Your Alma Mater
Whether you’re a fan or alumni of THE Ohio State University, the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame, the USC Trojans or you plan on engraving […]
42 – Collecting Jackie Robinson is Collecting an American Legend
Jack Roosevelt “Jackie” Robinson was more than a baseball player; he was a pioneer, a patriot and quickly became a legend. When he took the […]
Unloved Antiques: National Geographic Magazines
The next item in this series of unloved antiques is Post-World War Two National Geographic magazines. National Geographic is an Icon and is the official […]
Collecting Arthur Conan Doyle: The Original Sherlock Holmes Stories
Arthur Ignatius Conan Doyle, born in Scotland in 1859, attended medical school and set up a medical practice in Portsmouth, England in the 1880s. But […]
Crazy Prices for Obama Victory Papers
November 5 was a very special day for the United States of America. When Barack Obama was declared the next president of the United States, hot collectibles were the next morning’s newspaper. Across the country, the demand for the Nov. 5 edition of the newspaper, any newspaper, was astronomical.
Collectible right? “Kennedy Shot” Nov 22 1963 San Diego Union Tribune Cover Page
I have got a hand-me down newspaper cover and wanted to see, for curiosity reasons, if it is worth anything, if I should preserve it (I’d like to) and how, and if I should insure it. Cover page (title page only/ and back of) San Diego Union Tribune Nov 22 1963 Kennedy Assasinated-Extra.
Political Cartoons of Clifford Berryman
Sometimes you’re remembered for only one thing even though you’ve done so much more. We know Clifford Berryman as having created a bear named for President Theodore Roosevelt. Yep, the teddy bear.