$12 Jug Sells Sells for $100,000 March 5, 2014

Even though Janice Morris wasn’t excited about the weird 5-gallon jug her husband Robert bought in a junk store 40 years ago, she agreed to keep it in their house. In spite of children, kicks, and mishandling, the big black jug–in the shape of a man’s bust dressed in formal clothes and hoop earrings–showed little […]

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New Ivory Rules – Take Heed! March 4, 2014

Obama Administration Treats Antique Collectors and Dealers as Criminals: New Ivory Rules Also Put Elephants at Increased Risk. The Obama administration is preparing to treat virtually every antique collector, dealer, and auctioneer in America — and anyone else who happens to own a piece of ivory — as a criminal. In the name of saving […]

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Pinball Mania! April 17, 2013

Pinball machines have been around for decades and have been a staple in homes, arcades and bar scenes. They come in many shapes, were primarily made with wood, springs and levers, and didn’t even need electricity. Then, manufacturers and inventors took pinball games to the next level by creating machines made of metal and adding […]

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Cuckoo for Clocks March 21, 2013

Clocks are one the oldest inventions of all time, starting with water clocks and sundials. They also come in many shapes and sizes, from the alarm clock on your night stand to Big Ben in London. Like other essential decor in a home, there are different styles and trends for each. So what type of […]

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