Lady head vases are unique and fun to collect. Follow my journey as I learn about them and hunt for new ones for my personal collection!
Woodstock Music Festival 69 memorabilia is popular for music collectors. There are some great items available, but it’s important to know the difference between original and reproduction.
I've collected Tindeco Tins for almost 30 years now. Enjoy the photos of my collection and learn about the Tin Decorating Company that made them.
Beautiful porcelain pieces are ageless. But somehow the older pieces speak to me. The patterns and styles are varied and endless. Enjoy a look at my collection.
If you are an avid beach or sea glass collector, or glass bottle collector, this is a tutorial on how to date glass made by the Owens-Illinois company.
Toning of coins is a process which occurs naturally over a very long time. If you're not willling to wait, you can help accelerate the toning process.
How are Coins Graded? Learn the Coin Grading Scale and how coins receive a grade from it.
Cute plastic Christmas decorations were produced during World War Two through the 1960s that have become vintage collectibles. During the 1930s celluloid items were stylish but flamable. Santas, snowmen, candy containers, elves, reindeer, tree toppers and ornaments produced from safe and durable...
A laymans guide to finding antiques and collectibles in Gargage sales and Charity shops.
US Stamp Yearbooks is a history lesson and a feast for the eyes. Postage collecting used to be a very big pastime in the early 20th century. Stamps are not so much the focus now, but lots can be enjoyed with young people. Art and more can be explored while paging through the yearbooks.