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  • Collectible Easter Cards

    Collectible Easter Cards

    Easter greeting cards were not popular until the late 1890s. Many of the first Easter cards were postcards, often picturing chickens, eggs, rabbits, children, birds, flowers or religious subjects. Most...

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  • Happy #whatsitwednesday!

    Happy #whatsitwednesday!

    Be the first to guess what the pictured item is by leaving a comment below. If you have your own whatsit, our editors can include it in a future post....

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  • Spring Forward to Creative Vintage Storage

    Spring Forward to Creative Vintage Storage

    Spring cleaning? Reorganizing? Think outside the box and consider vintage storage solutions.          

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  • Vintage Jewelry Sparkles

    Vintage Jewelry Sparkles

    Vintage jewelry should be examined carefully. Condition is an important part of determining value. Brand names and marks also increase value as was seen in the price of this Coro...

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  • Prices Fly High For Unique Martinware

    Prices Fly High For Unique Martinware

    Martinware, a salt-glazed stoneware, is known for grotesque bird-like creatures with long beaks called “Wally Birds,” and unusual pieces, like this two-faced jug. We give prices and how to identify...

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  • Baker Furniture – Quality Reproductions

    Baker Furniture – Quality Reproductions

    Baker Furniture became so good at reproductions that they repair museum quality pieces. Their reproductions are considered very high quality. This late-baroque style chest was made in the last 20...

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  • Royal Doulton Classics

    Royal Doulton Classics

    Royal Doulton is still found in many homes. Figurines with flambé glaze, like this lion, often catch the eye of buyers. See more examples of vintage Royal Doulton.          

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Collectors' Concerns
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  • Swedish Sign

    Swedish Sign

    Q: This reverse-painted glass sign has been in my family since the early 1960s. It was given to my mother by a retired minister who brought this with him from...

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Mystery Marks
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