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  • May 8 2017
  • 8 May 2017

Collecting Artifacts is More than Just the Story

Swatches from Lincoln’s funeral train, snippets of White House draperies, metal from the Bastille, and parts from the Hindenburg were souvenirs before there were postcards […]

  • May 4 2017
  • 4 May 2017

WorthPoint Chats with Harry Rinker: Antiques Market Cycles, Antique Globes & a Water Pitcher

In the May 3, 2017 episode of the weekly “WorthPoint Chats with Harry Rinker,” Harry talks about the market cycle for antiques and collectibles, a […]

  • May 4 2017
  • 4 May 2017

Succeeding in Your Business: Time Management for People with No Time to Manage, Part 1

Let’s face it. We are all feeling a bit “time starved” these days. And there’s a reason for that: technology. Thanks to our wonderful laptop […]

  • May 3 2017
  • 3 May 2017

Everyday Giants in American History: The Letters of John Mower Jackson

Most of us deal with the insignificant drudgery of day to day life. Sure, there are some things that are more exciting than others from one […]

  • May 3 2017
  • 3 May 2017

Django Reinhardt, Julien’s Auctions, and a Levin Guitar

“Django, c’etit la musique fait l’homme” (Django was music, made man) ~ Emmanuel Soudieux In 1946, at the Aquarium, a jazz club in New York […]

  • May 2 2017
  • 2 May 2017

Care and Repair: Can Non-Professionals Really Repair Scratches? Yes!

For some time now, a video has been making the rounds on social media that promises to show you how to remove scratches in wooden […]

  • May 2 2017
  • 2 May 2017

Top Ten Tips for Spring Auction Goers

In the Northern half of the USA one of the harbingers of spring, like the return of robins, is the outdoor auction. After a long winter […]

  • May 2 2017
  • 2 May 2017

Collectors Love Hoosier Cabinets

A recent WorthPoint article discussed examples of unwanted antique furniture—those pieces that once served a specific purpose but are no longer desired because they don’t […]

  • May 2 2017
  • 2 May 2017

Rinker on Collectibles: The Changing Face of Toy Collecting

  Collecting categories fall into two categories—static and changing. Antiques categories and some collectibles collecting categories are static. Static means no new period products associated […]

  • May 2 2017
  • 2 May 2017

Fabulous Find: Steiff’s Very Rare Standing Princeton Tiger With IDs

What it is: Today’s fabulous find is an all-original Steiff “Princeton Tiger.” He measures approximately 40 cm long and 23 cm tall not including his […]