Monthly Archives: February 2001

Guess What? February 2001

Guess What Article for February 2001 By Bob Cahn, “The Primitive Man” Vicious look, ominously aggressive posture, in an attack mode — baring serrated teeth… yet docile, benign and caring with a humanitarian end result. How’s this for a set of conflicting enigmas. That’s what we’re asking you to wrestle with — an alligator-looking hand-operated […]

Hearth to Hearth: Sausage Making in America

Hearth to Hearth: Sausage Making in America – The Journal of Antiques and Collectibles – February 2001 In the cold of the early American winter, butchering was an annual affair. On the farm, the large animals raised for the family’s meat were killed, dressed out, and preserved in a number of ways. Heedful of the […]

Art Noveau: Gateway to Our Modern Age

Art Noveau: Gateway to Our Modern Age – The Journal of Antiques and Collectibles – February 2001 It is often flowery, organic, and it’s flowing forms correspond visually to musical movement. With its roots firmly in the second half of the 19th Century, in all of its various forms and translations, Art Nouveau became the […]

Symphony of Color: Collectible Contemporary Marbles

Symphony of Color: Collectible Contemporary Marbles – The Journal of Antiques and Collectibles – February 2001 by Mark Block How often have we heard marbles referred to simply as “child’s playthings?” For those most intimately involved in the hobby of marble collecting most likely more times than we would care to recall. However, I can […]