Swiss Magnate Spends Fortune on Twombly, Picasso Collection, Gives It Away
Hubert Looser built up two companies, sold shares to the public, made his fortune, then got bored of business and switched to art.
Ron Drzewucki Announces Candidacy for Seat on the Professional...
With nearly 30 years of experience backing up his claim, Ron Drzewucki is confident he has all the knowledge and personal connections necessary to have a meaningful impact at the Professional Numismatists Guild .
The Cardboard Connection
2013 Panini Monsters University Stickers
The low-cost, straightforward approach makes completing a set relatively easy. A variety of special stickers highlight the collection.
Ky town may turn unpaid taxes over to collector
Fleming-Neon Mayor Susie Polis told The Mountain Eagle the city is serious about collecting the funds.
Collecting the Civil War's smallest denomination
An 1861 Indian Head copper-nickel cent is a quintessential Civil War U.S. coin. This exceptional Mint State 65 example with a green Certified Acceptance Corp. sticker sold for $1,265 at a May 31, 2012, auction.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
Farmington Daily Times
Farmington man decorates home with PEZ collectables
"I don't eat them," Foy said on Thursday in his Farmington home, surrounded by four walls of PEZ memorabilia.
The Wichita Eagle
Kansas license plates celebrate 100 years
For more information on the Kansas License Plate Collectors Association, contact Duane Johnson, 785-233-4499 or email@example.com In Kansas, collectors have a century of plates from 105 counties to choose from.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
Reading Eagle/Reading Times
Steve Rosen: Think carefully before swatting collecting bug
You'd think I'd have learned by now to stop hoping. Yet, every time I hear about a rare, valuable comic book found in a barn, or an attic, I still can't help but dream about the dollar signs.
The York Daily Record
Rosenmiller collection hits the auction block
After about 60 years of amassing his collection of mostly York County-related items, Fred Rosenmiller, pictured here, held a public auction of much of the collection on his Spring Garden Township property on Saturday, June 15, 2013.
The Daily Star
Akkar farmers block road, protest Syria violations
Syrian soldiers man their post in the Syrian side near the Lebanese Syrian border, as seen from Lebanon's northern border town of Abboudiyyeh, in Akkar province, June 1, 2012.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Susquehanna Angel Collectors Club luncheon meeting
The Susquehanna Angel Collectors Club will hold their luncheon meeting at 11 a.m. June 17, at the Manheim Grille at Kreider Farms, 1455 Lancaster Road, Manheim.
Superman Through Time, From Action Comics to 'Man of Steel'
Superman through the years: -- January 1933: Superman's eventual creators, Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, publish a short story titled "The Reign of the Superman."
What Kanye REALLY Thinks About YouTube
The outspoken rapper went on a rant about art Wednesday during a listening party in Switzerland for his upcoming album, "Yeezus."
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Burlington Times News
Ol' Skool rides turning out to be real cool
James Wheeley is old school. His shop is Obie's Ol' Skool Garage. It's off U.S. 70 between Haw River and Mebane.
Interview With The Man Behind The Largest Movie Poster Collection in The World
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences reported recently that it is pleased to announce that it has received a gift of 1,088 original movie posters from the golden age of Hollywood filmmaking.
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Red Deer Advocate
Odd $100-bill may not be worth much more
Sandra Chapman of Mirror, AB, holds up what she says may be a very valuable bit of currency.
West Sussex Today
Sussex Heritage: Postcards that give us a glimpse of the past
Soldiers leaving Horsham during the European War September 10th 1914, No.1 , a photographic postcard published by Bon Marche of Horsham, circa 1918.
Cape Cod Times
Best Bets for June 14-20
And authentically old will be the defining theme of the day Saturday as the Cape Cod Antique Dealers Association throws its 34th annual Spring Outdoor Antiques Show at the Laurence C. MacArthur Elementary School field in South Yarmouth.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
Darlington and Stockton Times
Applicants with interest in medieval torture sought for museum posts
'Instruments of Medieval Torture' at the Dorman Museum in Middlesbrough explores the horrors inflicted in the name of justice, featuring replicas of more than 50 blood-curdling methods based on objects amassed by private collectors and historians across Europe.