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A New Dimension: 3-D
By Jim Trautman
With World War II out of the way, Hollywood moved, but not with the expected results. By 1952 the movie viewing audience was in decline. With 14 million television sets, Americans had...
Carlton Ware By Helen Martin
Carlton Ware from Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire England has long been a source of collectors excitement. Whether you yearn for something from the Art Deco period with the fantastic high glaze lightning flashes, stylised flowers or Egyptianesque motifs or from the more affordable saladware range with its dainty embossed flowers or fruit. You may even look for the quirky feet ware from the seventies or those elongated coffee sets in the bright bright colours of the same period Carlton Ware is a force to be reckoned with.
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When the two young, Edwardian ladies pictured in Kathryn Hansuld Lamb's book, The Quiet Hobby, deposited a letter into a King Street, Berlin, Ontario, (now Kitchener), street letter box in 1912 they could not have imagined that the little, red mail box would some day become a sought-after collectible item. Although these particular types of street letter boxes were fastened to lamp or hydro poles, much as some are even today, their predecessors known as pillar boxes, dating from the 1850s, were stand-alone models that measured...
Dawn of The Desk Marnie Andrews
By Marnie Andrews
What did Oscar Wilde, Collette, Empress Eugene of France and King Fraud of Egypt all have in common? What set a record price of $258,500 at Sotheby's back in the 90's but the sharp eyed collector can still find at flea markets for less than $100?