Tag Archives: Jimmy Carter

Collector's Showcase: November 2015

Collector's Showcase: November 2015

Campaign Memorabilia Presidential election seasons pique the interest or stimulate the collecting compulsion of political junkies and history buffs. Such was the case in 1972 when I purchased my first political campaign item at a flea market. By fall 1975, as unknown Jimmy Carter rose in curiosity and popularity, I was determined to acquire as […]

Hand-Painted Porcelain: Women Played a Major Role

Hand-Painted Porcelain: Women Played a Major Role – The Journal of Antiques and Collectibles – February 2003 by Debby DuBay Collecting hand-painted Limoges porcelain can become addictive, but in our world today there are much worse addictions! Limoges porcelain is the finest hard-paste porcelain in the world and when decorated can become one of the […]