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Tin Types
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March 2023
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Tin Types

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The Tin Peddler | Let’s Do Lunch (Boxes) | Americans in Japan | A 19th Century Tinsmith at Old Sturbridge Village | NEW! The Psychology
of Collecting | NEW! The Beat: Music Memorabilia

February 2024
February 2024
Patronesses of History

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Six Women Preserving History | American Women’s Roles as Collectors, Patrons, and Museum Founders | Prominent Female Art Collectors of the 20th Century

January 2024
January 2024
Ephemera!

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Panini Stickers: Next Generation Ephemera | Wanted: All the Funny Pages: Bill Blackbeard, Funnies Collector | Non-Sport Cards: A Tale of Two Collections

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2024 Show Directory

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