Monthly Archives: October 2013

The Best of Ed Welch: Cost: $350 Directions: Use Once Then Discard

The Best of Ed Welch: Cost: $350 Directions: Use Once Then Discard

The Best of Ed Welch: Cost: $350 Directions: Use Once Then Discard The Business of Doing Business in Antiques By Ed Welch The ability to manage customer relations is the key to a successful business. Antique dealers spend thousands of dollars each year searching for customers. This money is spent as rent in a group […]

FELDSTEIN: The MAD Life and Fantastic Art of Al Feldstein

FELDSTEIN: The MAD Life and Fantastic Art of Al Feldstein

FELDSTEIN: The MAD Life and Fantastic Art of Al Feldstein By J.C. Vaughn Grant Geissman is a man who successful wears many creative hats. He’s an highly praised jazz musician with well reviewed albums of his own. He’s the co-composer of the music for TV’s Two and a Half Men (he’s even appeared on the […]

The Civil War Collector – October 2013

The Civil War Collector - October 2013

The Civil War Collector – October 2013 by John Sexton Q: John, I have a Civil War dog tag that seems very unique. The dog tag is wonderfully engraved and not stamped like most of the Civil War dog tags I have seen whilst researching. I was wondering what a dog tag such as this […]

Journal of Antiques and Collectibles October 2013 Issue

Journal of Antiques and Collectibles October 2013 Issue

The Journal of Antiques and Collectibles October 2013 issue features “The Many Faces of Halloween” by Pamela E. Apkarian-Russell, “FELDSTEIN: The MAD Life and Fantastic Art of Al Feldstein” by J.C. Vaughn, and “The Best of Ed Welch: The Business of Doing Business in Antiques” by Ed Welch. To read these great articles, along with favorites […]

The Many Faces of Halloween

The Many Faces of Halloween

The Many Faces of Halloween By Pamela E. Apkarian-Russell   “The Halloween Queen” There is nothing more exciting than wondering who or what is behind the mask in front of you.  Are they human or from another world? Are they someone you might be romantically inclined toward or are they someone Dante would have delegated to […]