• Ohio Antiques: A Day Trip Guide – Treasure Trove Report

    Ohio Antiques: A Day Trip Guide – Treasure Trove Report

    Greetings, antique enthusiasts! This Treasure Trove Report guides you through the heart of Ohio, USA, on the noble quest to discover antiques and collectibles. Covering a distance of less than 130 km one way between the three stops, everyone can explore the antique markets with ample time for one or two refueling breaks. Our first…

  • From Entries to Insights: Exploring the Results of Our Sweepstakes

    From Entries to Insights: Exploring the Results of Our Sweepstakes

    Over the month of April, participants from Canada and USA entered our spring sweepstakes, hoping to snag exciting prizes and be part of something special. At stake where a chance to win one of 3 vintage Lehmann wind-up tin birds! They are a great collectible piece and are new old stock (NOS). Made in Western…

  • The Many Formats of the Little Golden Books

    The Many Formats of the Little Golden Books

    We are passionate collectors of vintage children’s books and we avidly seek out cherished series like Little Golden Books to add to our collection and share with fellow enthusiasts through our marketplace. For those interested in pursuing this particular series, this post strives to list all formats that have been used over the years in…

  • Deciphering Dates: Understanding Roman Numerals in Old Books

    Deciphering Dates: Understanding Roman Numerals in Old Books

    Introducing a valuable resource for book enthusiasts and history buffs alike! We’re excited to announce the launch of our latest tool, designed to aid in dating old books written in Roman numerals. Whether you’re an avid reader, a history enthusiast, or simply intrigued by deciphering dates in historical literature, our user-friendly calculator is here to…

  • Waterford Antiques Day Trip – Treasure Trove Report

    Waterford Antiques Day Trip – Treasure Trove Report

    Hello, antique aficionados! Are you prepared for another exciting round of treasure hunting in In Brantford and Waterford Ontario? The Treasure Trove Report is here to guide you with a selection of two essential destinations, showcasing captivating antique markets in the area. It’s all part of a day’s thrilling adventure! In close proximity to Toronto,…

  • Unveiling the Glow: Manganese vs. Uranium in Vintage Glass

    Unveiling the Glow: Manganese vs. Uranium in Vintage Glass

    Vintage glassware has a charm and uniqueness that captivates collectors and enthusiasts alike. Among the fascinating aspects of some these collectibles is their ability to glow under ultraviolet (UV) light. However, not all vintage glass glows for the same reason. In this blog post, we’ll explore the differences between glass containing manganese and glass containing…

  • 3 New Associations Added to Our Global Directory

    3 New Associations Added to Our Global Directory

    The Toronto Postcard Club Postcards provide a snapshot of the past, offering a glimpse into historical events, landscapes, architecture, and societal norms. And vintage or antique postcard collectors are always fascinated by the opportunity to connect with different eras and witness how places and cultures have evolved over time. These are the varieties of postcards…

  • Collecting American Vintage Pottery: Roseville’s Journey from Clay to Legacy

    Collecting American Vintage Pottery: Roseville’s Journey from Clay to Legacy

    A significant presence in American pottery, Roseville Pottery thrived from the late 19th century to the mid-20th century. Originating in Roseville, Ohio, the company, founded in 1890 as the Roseville Pottery Company, earned acclaim for its excellence in crafting high-quality art pottery featuring innovative designs and distinctive glazes. Roseville Pottery went through several phases in…

  • Collecting American Vintage Glass: Exploring the Charm of the Hazel Atlas Glass

    Collecting American Vintage Glass: Exploring the Charm of the Hazel Atlas Glass

    Hazel-Atlas Glass Company was an American glass manufacturing company that operated from 1902 to 1964. It was one of the largest producers of glassware in the early to mid-20th century and is well-known for its Depression glass and kitchenware. Their origins trace back to the establishment of the Hazel Glass Company in 1885. Founded by…

  • Introducing Collector’s Tools

    Introducing Collector’s Tools

    Greetings Avid Collectors! We’re thrilled to introduce a brand-new category that is sure to assist collectors, dealers, and vintage enthusiasts alike – Collector’s Tools. Presently, we are offering a curated selection of magnifiers at competitive prices. These portable companions reveal the intricate details of your collectibles, making it essential to have one with you wherever…

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