Tag Archives: California

Publisher’s Corner: March 2017

Publisher's Corner: March 2017

AB1570: A Game Changer? by Maxine Carter-Lome On September 9, 2016, California Governor Jerry Brown signed AB1570 Collectibles Sale of Autographed Memorabilia into law. An expansion of an existing consumer protection law (CA Civil Code §1739.7) that applied just to

Collector’s Showcase: August 2016

Collector's Showcase: August 2016

Coca-Cola Collectibles: It’s The Real Thing Dan Deane of San Bernadino, California is more than a Coca-Cola fan – he leads their fan club as president of the National Coca-Cola Collectors Club. A retired police officer, Dan has been collecting

Gavels ‘n’ Paddles: California gold map, $39,000, PBA Galleries

Results of Recent Auctions From Near and Far by Ken Hall A map of the California gold region, published in Boston in 1848 and a precise tracing of the map of pioneer and land surveyor James Bidwell by Thomas Larquin,

Collector’s Showcase: June 2015

Collector's Showcase: June 2015

Museum Sommelier The collecting of wine and related accessories is not a unique or exclusive hobby, but for Jim McCormick it is a lifetime passion that has resulted in a collection that represents the history of viticulture and wine making

On the Road to… California

California has it all in June – fun in the sun weather, beaches, the mountains, wine, music, museums… and outdoor flea markets and antique shows up and down the coast, and throughout the state. ANTIQUE SHOWS, FLEA MARKETS, COLLECTIBLE EVENTS

Ken’s Korner: 1967 Austin Healy Car stolen in 1970 is found – on eBay

Ken’s Korner: 1967 Austin Healy Car stolen in 1970 is found – on eBay – The Journal of Antiques and Collectibles – September 2012 Even 40-plus years after his 1967 Austin Healy was stolen from his Philadelphia home in 1970,

Ken’s Korner: Getty museum will re-open, sans curator

Ken’s Korner: Getty museum will re-open, sans curator – The Journal of Antiques and Collectibles – January 2006 The J. Paul Getty Museum in Malibu, Calif. — which houses more than 40,000 antiquities, most of them from classical Greece and Rome — is