Wyoming Quarter Double Dies Found
A Pennsylvania coin fancier sent in three different hub doubled die varieties on the reverse of the 2007-P Wyoming state quarter to the National Collectors Association of Die Doubling. Here is another oddity to watch for, and perhaps hold onto for future investment return.
Top ten ways to get the upper hand at yard sales
Autumn is here, and it’s a busy time for yard sales, flea markets etc. These events are all great ways to get items to resell but the best things get snapped up fast and these sales can be very competitive.
Here are top ten tips to get the upper hand when buying. Don’t take them too seriously 😉
That would be Brimfield, Massachusetts, home of the largest flea market.
Antique Business: How to Buy and Sell During Economic Shifts and Uncertainty
How does your Antique Business Bank Account look today? If there’s money to buy, this is the time to be very patient with your buying. The economic winds are shifting and time is needed to see where these winds are headed. Members of the 31 Club are advised to be patient and wise in their buying and not to be too venturesome for the moment.
Rep. Watt D-NC Proposes Civil Rights Quarter Dollars
Civil rights leaders and events are the latest proposal for quarter dollar coin designs.
Rep. Watt D-NC introduced legislation to establish circulating quarter dollar coins with reverse designs that are emblematic of some forty prominent civil rights leaders and important events.
Spotting the Rare
There is little doubt you are familiar with Tiffany and Galle glass, but did you know these companies also produced pottery?
Brimfield premier of Mothballs a comedy about the antiques biz
As hoped for, Chris McCallion the producer of Mothballs had a full tent for the Brimfield premier of his feature film about the antiques trade called Mothballs.
I’m not a movie critic but I know what I like and the flick was a lot of fun, it kept everyone in the tent laughing and at times, shocked them.
A FORTUNE FROM THE KITCHEN TABLE
“KITCHEN TABLE” ANTIQUE PISTOLS SET RECORDS AT ROCK ISLAND AUCTION
Three world records result from sale of a collection by man trying to buy a car for his elderly mother.
Understanding Antiques—The Arts and Crafts Movement Pt. II
Editor’s Note: This is the second of two parts on the Arts and Crafts Movement and its antiques and collectibles by Fred Taylor, our American Furniture Worthologist.