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  • May 10 2018
  • 10 May 2018

Selling Your Sports Card Collection–Part 2

Last week, in the first part of this two-part series, we provided some basic guidelines and recommendations to follow when it comes to selling the […]

  • May 10 2018
  • 10 May 2018

The Letters of John M. Jackson–June 9th, 1863

On one of his usual treasure hunts in Maine, our CEO, Will Seippel  stumbled upon a massive collection of letters that belonged to a soldier […]

  • May 3 2018
  • 3 May 2018

3 Oriental Rug Rip-offs to Avoid

Oriental rugs are popular and practical decorating items, lending a cozy flair to a home’s decor. At auctions, estate sales, and online, they are pervasive. […]

  • May 3 2018
  • 3 May 2018

Mother’s Day Gift Guide

No pressure… but Mother’s Day is almost here!  It’s time to start the “perfect present” hunt for the mothers, grandmas, and/or other special ladies in […]

  • May 3 2018
  • 3 May 2018

Selling Your Sports Card Collection–Part 1

So, you found your old sports card collection tucked away in a shoebox, buried deep underneath a lifetime of accumulated clutter at your parent’s house. […]

  • May 3 2018
  • 3 May 2018

HARRISON FORD’S “HAN SOLO” BLASTER Headlines Julien’s Auctions Hollywood Legends Auction

One of the Most Iconic Weapons in Film History Highlights Return of the Jedi’s U.S. Art Director’s Historic Production Archive   Los Angeles, California – […]

  • Apr 26 2018
  • 26 Apr 2018

A Breezy History of Weather Vanes

The weather vane used to be a rural icon that could be found on virtually every barn, church or town hall in North America. While […]

  • Apr 26 2018
  • 26 Apr 2018

Can Trading Cards Be a Genuine Investment?

Past performance is no indication, guarantee or promise of future results. This concept is paramount to answering the question, can trading cards be a genuine […]

  • Apr 26 2018
  • 26 Apr 2018

What is it and What’s it Worth?

  Do you recognize this beautiful c1920s crock? It’s a Red Wing Brushed Ware original crock and it sold for $370 in September 2016. Do […]

  • Apr 26 2018
  • 26 Apr 2018

The Letters of John M. Jackson–June 1, 1863

On one of his usual treasure hunts in Maine, our CEO, Will Seippel  stumbled upon a massive collection of letters that belonged to a soldier […]