An Internet Travel Guide for Trivet, Pressing Iron & Metalware Collectors
The search for information and for others with mutual interests is one of the most basic desires of the collector. I’d like to share some […]
Durable, Colorful Victorian Trade Cards
Victorian Trade Cards are an interesting type of ephemera to collect, as companies in the late 1870s to early 1900s distributed these cards as a […]
‘Go-Withs’ Enhance Kitchenalia Collections
What’s a “Go With?” It’s any complementary piece that adds interest to a collection. One category […]
Stoking Interest in Antique Stove
Editor’s Note: While WorthPoint strives to help you get the most from your art, antiques and collectibles, it also strives to give back to communities by offering advice and expertise. Christopher Kent relates one such attempt.
1940 B&W 20″ Television
I don’t know about all of you, but I can honestly wonder what my Aunt and Uncle watched on TV back in the 1940’s. I know as a child growing up in the early 1950’s I remember Howdy Doody, Rin Tin Tin, The Lone Ranger, my eldest brother was on the Freddy Friehofer show, and got to make a squiggly line, and that is all I remember. Brings back memories.