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A small capsule of vintage (and pre-loved, because they’re made post-2000) jeans appropriately titled “Wrangler Reborn.”

Jeans: The Iconic American Style

By Maxine Carter-Lome, publisher From 19th century miners and railroad workers to the cowboys of the Old West, hippies, rock ...
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The 10 Best History Museums for your Bucket List

The 10 Best History Museums for your Bucket List

If you are a history lover, no doubt museums are a favorite haunt. The following list of Top 10 Bucket ...
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1938 Tiny Betty, a colonial with proper attire and accessories, sold with her original box for $550 online

Madame Alexander: Alexander Doll Company, Inc.: 100 Years of Doll Play

by Judy Gonyeau, managing editor One-hundred years ago, Bertha Alexander turned the porcelain doll industry on its head when she ...
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A Kyser & Rex (Philadelphia) Roller Skating cast-iron mechanical bank with bright original paint colors sold for $24,000 at an auction titled “Abby’s Attic Finds” held October 14th by Bertoia’s in Vineland, NJ

Kyser & Rex bank, $24,000, Bertoia’s

Results of Recent Auctions From Near and Far by Ken Hall All prices include the buyer’s premium A Kyser & ...
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14K Enamel Brooch with Swans and Tulips by Krementz

Art Nouveau Jewelry

by Sunseria Morgan, Jewelry Curator, RubyLane.com Art Nouveau Jewelry. Emerging like the first wildflower in spring from a meadow of ...
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Babe Ruth at first game in New York City’s new Yankee Stadium

Yankee Stadium: East 161st and River Avenue – The home of Legends

By Douglas R. Kelly Pittsburgh Pirates fans have been through it. So have Baltimore Orioles fans and Detroit Tigers fans ...
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The only known Winter Dance Party concert poster from Feb. 3, 1959, promoting Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens, The Big Bopper, and Dion, forever known as “The Day the Music Died” (since all of the above artists except Dion were killed in a plane crash that day), sold for a record $447,000 at a Music Memorabilia Signature Auction held Nov. 11-13 by Heritage Auctions in Dallas.

Winter Dance Party concert poster, $447,000, Heritage Auctions

Results of Recent Auctions From Near and Far by Ken Hall All prices include the buyer’s premium The only known ...
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Know your style

Know your style

Ever drive by a house you love and not know its style? Or pick up a piece of glass or ...
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The gold death mask of King Tut.

King Tut: 100 Years of Discovery

By Maxine Carter-Lome, publisher One Hundred years ago this coming February, British archaeologist and Egyptologist Howard Carter entered an undiscovered ...
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Grandma Moses’ 1943 oil with glitter on pressed wood painting titled We Have All Gone Sledding sold for $31,250 at a Fine and Decorative Art Auction held November 9th by Dallas Auction Gallery in Dallas, TX

Grandma Moses oil painting, $31,250, Dallas Auction Gallery

Results of Recent Auctions From Near and Far by Ken Hall All prices include the buyer’s premium Grandma Moses’ 1943 ...
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George Nakashima Conoid bench

George Nakashima bench, $48,255, Bonhams Skinner

Results of Recent Auctions From Near and Far by Ken Hall All prices include the buyer’s premium A circa 1960 ...
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Disney 100th Anniversary Boxed Set of 12 Little Golden Books, to be released December 27, 2022

Disney: 100 Years of Wonder

By Maxine Carter-Lome, publisher The Walt Disney Company has a big birthday to celebrate in 2023 and they will be ...
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A.C. Gilbert Chemistry Set: Building Future Scientists

A.C. Gilbert Chemistry Set: Building Future Scientists

by Jessica Kosinski The year 1923 was an incredible one. Many new inventions were created that year. Those inventions are ...
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A John Steinbeck two-page handwritten letter to his 14-year-old son, Thomas, dated Nov. 10, 1958,

John Steinbeck letter, $32,426, RR Auction

Results of Recent Auctions From Near and Far by Ken Hall All prices include the buyer’s premium A John Steinbeck ...
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In Celebration of 100 Years!

In Celebration of 100 Years!

As we move forward into 2023, it’s only natural to reflect on the products, inventions and discoveries that have their ...
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A Chinese famille rose porcelain vase with the Qianlong mark of the period sold for $504,000 at an Asian Works of Art auction held September 21st by Doyle in New York City.

Chinese famille rose porcelain vase, $504,000, Doyle

Results of Recent Auctions From Near and Far by Ken Hall All prices include the buyer’s premium A Chinese famille ...
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Ceramic Santa in a sleigh by Brad Keeler. 8” h

Here Comes Santa Claus!

By Donald-Brian Johnson “Here comes Santa Claus, Here comes Santa Claus, Right down Santa Claus lane!” – Gene Autry & ...
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Ansel Adams Yosemite photo

Ansel Adams Yosemite photo print, $38,750, Holabird Western Americana

Results of Recent Auctions From Near and Far by Ken Hall All prices include the buyer’s premium An Ansel Adams ...
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American National pedal car, $66,000, Milestone Auctions

American National pedal car, $66,000, Milestone Auctions

Results of Recent Auctions From Near and Far by Ken Hall All prices include the buyer’s premium An American National ...
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Empire Santa Blow Mold

Ultimate Christmas Kitsch: Blow Molds

By Carrie Polales Sansing They are known by various names. Light-ups, lawn art, plastic kitsch, illuminated figures, or simply blow ...
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10 Crafty DIY Antique Holiday Gifts

10 Crafty DIY Antique Holiday Gifts

Working on your holiday gift-giving list? This year, rather than purchasing a mass-produced plastic toy, a high-priced piece of electronic ...
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The Moxie Guy cardboard cutout sign;

You’ve Got Moxie: America’s Longest-Lasting Soft Drink

by Judy Weaver-Gonyeau, managing editor Courage. Pluck. Perseverance. … Moxie. A little bit sweet, a little bit bitter. What some ...
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Holiday Shopping Guide 2022

Holiday Shopping Guide 2022

Happy Holidays! Working on your holiday gift-giving list? This year, rather than purchasing a mass-produced plastic toy, a high-priced piece ...
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The Name of the Game: Frisbee or Frisbie, it’s an American Cultural Icon

The Name of the Game: Frisbee or Frisbie, it’s an American Cultural Icon

By Douglas R. Kelly There are few product names in the games and sporting goods industries that can match “Frisbee” ...
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Time for a garage sale?

Time for a garage sale?

Are you one of these people who has been holding on to items or collections from your children’s childhood or ...
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