Baseball is considered by many to be “America’s Favorite Pastime.” And for that reason, baseball memorabilia continues to be a big hit among US-based collectors. While there are plenty of modern-day baseball collectibles to get your hands on, those from the past are often the most unique and valuable. Let’s take a look at some […]

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In the mid-1700s, mantel clocks became popular in many parts of the world (with France leading the way). As the years passed, clockmakers began to design clocks with figural decorations, ranging from animals to mythical heroes to cherubs. Many figural clocks from the 18th and 19th centuries hold great value, with a recent auction sale […]

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For more than 100 years, farm toys have been collected by children and adults alike. While some farm toys don’t hold much value, you may be surprised to find that others are worth $10,000 or more. In the farm toy collecting world, some brands are more valuable than others. Keep an eye on these names: […]

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When buying tools, there’s no shortage of details that require your attention. From the start, your focus should turn to reliability, performance, and value. With these three details guiding you, it’s easier to make an informed and confident buying decision. Adding to this, it never hurts to have a better understanding of which tool brands […]

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Roseville Pottery got its start in 1892 in Roseville, Ohio. While the company eventually closed its doors in 1954, the pottery left behind continues to impress. With a focus on affordable, artistic pieces, Roseville was able to carve out a niche that attracted the everyday consumer. Today, original Roseville Pottery can sell for a pretty […]

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There was a day and age when board games weren’t mass-produced in the same manner as today. So, it’s only natural for some of these games to hold quite a bit of value. Here are some of the most valuable vintage board games, along with an approximate value of each: • Be a Manager (1967): […]

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