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Fans ‘Jump to Light Speed’ And Bid $26,400 for World’s Most Expensive Star Wars Movie Poster
  • Aug 1 2018
  • 1 Aug 2018

Fans ‘Jump to Light Speed’ And Bid $26,400 for World’s Most Expensive Star Wars Movie Poster

1980 concept poster for The Empire Strikes Backsold by Heritage Auctions DALLAS, Texas (July 31, 2018) – A rare Star Wars concept poster printed for the 1980 sequel The Empire […]

  • Jul 30 2018
  • 30 Jul 2018

Rinker on Collectibles–Paintings by an Astronaut and a Set of Books

  Two framed, limited edition prints of paintings by Alan Bean, the Apollo XII astronaut who walked on the moon and commander of the Skylab […]

Values in a Pickle
  • Jul 26 2018
  • 26 Jul 2018

Values in a Pickle

In the antique and collectibles world, values are in a constant state of flux, subject to the whims of the public. Many items that were […]

Collecting Credit Cards Has Extraordinary Interest
  • Jul 26 2018
  • 26 Jul 2018

Collecting Credit Cards Has Extraordinary Interest

A credit card is money you wish you had. Now, it’s possible your old credit cards might pay you back with interest – as a […]

First Moonwalker Neil Armstrong’s Private Collection to be Sold at Heritage Auctions
  • Jul 26 2018
  • 26 Jul 2018

First Moonwalker Neil Armstrong’s Private Collection to be Sold at Heritage Auctions

The Armstrong Family Collection debuts Nov. 1-2, will continue throughout 2019. DALLAS, Texas (July 20, 2018) – The vast personal collection of Neil Armstrong, who as […]

Rinker on Collectibles Q/A: Two Masks, a WWI Photo, and an Adding Machine
  • Jul 24 2018
  • 24 Jul 2018

Rinker on Collectibles Q/A: Two Masks, a WWI Photo, and an Adding Machine

QUESTION:  I have two wall masks of young women.  The first wall mask is numbered 127, faces left, has whitish-blonde hair, and is wearing a […]

Bright and Colorful, Tin Advertising Signs Always Catch Your Eye!
  • Jul 18 2018
  • 18 Jul 2018

Bright and Colorful, Tin Advertising Signs Always Catch Your Eye!

…But be careful, the true originals are big bucks!  Repros….not so much. You are a collector, an investor, a picker, or a vagabond, wandering from […]

Collecting: Woodstock
  • Jul 18 2018
  • 18 Jul 2018

Collecting: Woodstock

During a hot summer in 1969, rock fans overran a dairy farm for “3 Days of Peace & Music” and changed music forever. This was […]

From the Worthologists' Files:  French Provincial Dining Suite
  • Jul 18 2018
  • 18 Jul 2018

From the Worthologists’ Files: French Provincial Dining Suite

One of the advantages of being an appraiser is the sheer volume of incredible things one comes across on a weekly basis. Not all are […]

Stories Can Have More Than One Moral
  • Jul 17 2018
  • 17 Jul 2018

Stories Can Have More Than One Moral

 “The moral to the story is—” is a common phrase.  A moral is a message that a story conveys or a lesson learned from the […]