Sterling silver

How to identify sterling silver by its various marks like 925, sterling, sterling silver and others. Understand valuable differences between other types of silver like nickel, coin, and German and beware of polishing your silver.

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Old Pawn Indian Jewelry

How to find valuable Old Pawn Indian Jewelry made of silver, coral, gaspite and turquoise by known Native American artists Ortega, Loloma, Becenti and Yazzie. Discover pieces made during particular times that are more valuable.

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World’s Fair Collectibles

How to find valuable collectibles from the World’s Fair including fair tickets, Ferris wheel toys, Eiffel Tower snow globes, bottles, cups and more as they relate to a specific fair’s history.

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Lalique

Find out what to look for when identifying valuable Lalique glass pieces such as vases, plates, and bottles. Plus, learn why the pieces are not crystal and do not contain lead and how to spot the many fakes that exist.

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Masonic collectibles

Tips to identify valuable Masonic, the Masons, and Freemasons collectibles by their markings, symbols, and emblems and what collectors want to buy.

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Meissen porcelain

Values and history for Meissen porcelain pieces, tips how to identify valuable pieces and sets by their pattern and mark, plus how restoration could affect value with collectors.

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Girl Scouts memorabilia

Resale markets, values and history of Girl Scouts' memorabilia items such as magazines, pins, badges, jewelry, cookie tins, uniforms, cameras, dolls, pocket knives, watches, and more are discussed.

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Clocks

Clocks remain highly collectible and very valuable. Name brands like Seth Thomas, New Haven Clock Shoppe, Bulova, Patek Phillippe, Hamilton, Rolex, and others are discussed.

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1950s & 1960s Collectibles

Collectibles from the 1950s & 1960s are among the most popular vintage objects today. Find out why certain Mid Century Modern objects are valuable. See how historical trends impact value.

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