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Collecting Stuff - What stuff do you collect? Coin Auction Help Home Contact Us Collector Stores Advertising Memorabilia Animal Collectibles Antique Collectibles Casino Collectibles Coins & Paper Money Comic Books Disney Collectibles Historical Collectibles Sports Cards & Memorabilia Stamps & Philately Stuffed Animals Timekeeping Memorabilia Tobacco Collectibles Top 9 Disney Collectibles 1. Any Gelatoni, Shellie May or Duffy item (prices vary) I hated Duffy for a very long time. I was a purist. How could they just plop this bear in the middle of World Showcase with some gussied-up back story and expect us to buy it? I think my partner was messing with me when she bought me my first Duffy – that’s right … my first Duffy. But the little guy has won me over. Gelatoni is Tokyo Disney-exclusive and Shellie May is at both the Tokyo Disney Resort and Aulani. (You know, Aulani … Disney’s resort for people who can’t just appreciate the fact that they are in freaking Hawaii.) Read More... Posted by The Boss on September 23, 2015 in Disney Collectibles Comments Off on Top 9 Disney Collectibles Batman Confronts Police Racism in Latest Comic Book People die every day in Gotham City, the fictional hive of corruption where Batman patrols the rooftops. But not until Wednesday did the Dark Knight find himself investigating a black teenager in a hoodie shot dead by a frightened white police officer, let alone wondering about his own indirect role in the boy’s death. The latest issue of DC Comics’ flagship Batman series throws itself headfirst into the agonizing conversations roiling America more than a year after Ferguson officer Darren Wilson killed 18-year old Michael Brown. The globally iconic superhero confronts racialized police brutality and its intersection with urban poverty and gentrification – problems Batman comes to realize he exacerbates in his secret identity as billionaire industrialist Bruce Wayne. Comics critics say they are hard pressed to remember Batman ever addressing institutional racism and its socio-economic dimensions as bluntly as this in the character’s 75-year history. While police corruption has long been a feature of Gotham – even showing up on the eponymous Fox TV adaptation about to enter its second season – it it is rarely shown to disproportionately impact black people. Yet Batman #44, a flashback story, begins with the blunt image of a dead black boy, his body left “for the crows”, as the narration reads, resonant of Michael Brown in Ferguson. He wears a hooded sweatshirt, as did Trayvon Martin before George Zimmerman killed the 17-year old. What begins as A Simple Case – the title of the issue – becomes a meditation on the meaning of a rich, white vigilante who attempts to solve intractable urban problems by beating up bad guys. Read More... Posted by The Boss on September 16, 2015 in Comic Books Comments Off on Batman Confronts Police Racism in Latest Comic Book Education for Casino Chip Collectors Ran across a cool site today, CCGTCC.COM - Casino Chip & Gaming Tokens Collectors Club. They have a real nice reference section. i think every level of casino chip collector could learn something. They also have a publication of the Casino Chip & Gaming Token Collectors Club. This official club magazine is a must-read for every casino collectible enthusiast. OLD VINTAGE CASINO CHIP 5 CENT ARTICHOKES POKER PALACE CARSON CITY NEVADA $22.50 OLD VINTAGE CASINO CHIP 1 CENT ARTICHOKES POKER PALACE CARSON CITY NEVADA $27.50 Vintage 1950s Showboat Hotel Casino Bar Restaurant Menu $15.99 EARLY NEVADA CLUB CASINO CHIPS 100 LAS VEGAS $17.95 EARLY PIONEER CLUB RARE CASINO CHIP 100 LAS VEGAS NV $34.99 Casino Estoril Portugal 3500 Silver Proof Casino Chip $35.20 Read More... Posted by The Boss on January 30, 2015 in Casino Collectibles Comments Off on Education for Casino Chip Collectors Platinum Age Mickey Mouse Comic Books In the mid 1930s original Mickey comic book stories were being produced in Italy and the United Kingdom for local consumption. Publishing Mickey comic book stories in the United States was pioneered by the third Mickey Mouse Magazine series (1935–1940). Initially published by Hal Horne, it had artwork by John Stanley and text pieces by Irving Brecher. By mid-1936, Horne turned over the magazine to Kay Kamen who oversaw merchandising for Disney. Kamen the following year recruited Western Publishing to handle production and publication. Western added reprinted Disney comic strips to the book's lineup beginning with the July 1937 issue; these included Gottfredson's Mickey daily strips re-formatted and colored for serialized magazine publication. In the words of historian Michael Barrier "Reprinted newspaper comics were never more than a minor part of its lineup until the very last issue, dated September 1940, when they suddenly took up half the pages." But Barrier has also judged the strip reprints "stood out by virtue of their crisp professionalism". The successor title, Walt Disney's Comics and Stories (WDC&S), described by Barrier as a true comic book, began publication with the Oct. 1940 issue and had the Gottfredson serials as a prominent feature. Mickey Mouse Plane Crazy 1930 and others Finnish language reprinted 1996 rare $23.99 DISNEY Mickey Mouse 1936 Spain candy premium 1 big little book comic 16pg 97 $16.00 Mickey Mouse 142 Jun 1973 Western Publishing $1.99 DISNEY Mickey Mouse 1936 Spain candy premium 1 big little book comic 16pg 99 $16.00 Mickey Mouse and the Sacred Jewel 1936 Big Little Book $24.99 DISNEY Mickey Mouse 1936 Spain candy premium 1 big little book comic 16pg 86 $16.00 Read More... Posted by The Boss on October 20, 2012 in Comic Books,Disney Collectibles Comments Off on Platinum Age Mickey Mouse Comic Books 1892 and 1893 Columbian Exposition Half Dollar The Columbian half dollar is a United States commemorative coin struck in 1892 and 1893. It was minted to raise funds for the World's Columbian Exposition, held in 1893, and to mark the quadricentennial of the first voyage of Christopher Columbus to the Americas—it bears a portrait of him. The Columbian half dollar was the first United States commemorative coin, and the first American coin to picture a historical person. The coin stems from the desire of organizers of the Columbian Exposition to gain federal money to complete construction of the fair. Congress granted an appropriation, and allowed it to be in the form of commemorative half dollars, which legislators and organizers believed could be sold at a premium. Fair official James Ellsworth wanted the new coin to be based on a 16th century painting he owned by Lorenzo Lotto, reputedly of Columbus, and pushed for this through the design process. When initial sketches by Bureau of the Mint Chief Engraver Charles E. Barber proved unsatisfactory, fair organizers turned to a design by artist Olin Levi Warner, which after modification by Barber and by his assistant, George T. Morgan, was struck by the Mint. 1892 Columbian Exposition Silver Half Dollar NGC Uncirculated Details $30.00 1893 Columbian Expo Half Dollar ANACS EF40 details nicely toned $11.00 (8 Bids) West Point Coins 1893 PCGS MS 63 Columbian Half Dollar 050 $23.50 (3 Bids) 1893 Columbian Silver Commemorative Half Dollar 50C UNC Details NGC $29.99 1892 Columbian Exposition Commemorative Silver Half Dollar ICG 63 $35.00 RARE 1892 COLUMBIAN COMMEMORATIVE SILVER HALF DOLLAR PCGS MS63 5766 $27.00 (17 Bids) Read More... Posted by The Boss on October 19, 2012 in Coins & Paper Money Comments Off on 1892 and 1893 Columbian Exposition Half Dollar Collecting Vintage Casino Dice The harder to find a pair of casino dice is, the more money they are worth. Dice from favored Mob run casinos such as the Flamingo casino in Las Vegas also bring higher prices. Unfortunately, older dice made with cellulose nitrate eventually begin to crystallize. The most valuable dice from the Flamingo are those where the crystallization has yet to happen. These dice have a flamingo on them and are from 1947, before "Bugsy" Siegal was killed in his Beverly Hills mansion. Collectors tend to like dice from clubs they have heard of, so a pair from the Desert Inn in Las Vegas that had six crap games might sell for $100 while a pair from the Sonoma Inn in Winnemucca that only had one crap game might sell for only $50, even though they are much rarer. Lucky VINTAGE BAKELITE PLAYING CARDS POKER DICE SET $15.50 VINTAGE BAKELITE ROVO GERMANY DICE GAME MACHINE $31.44 5 FAB Vintage BAKELITE CRISLOID TRI COLOR DICE w INLAID PIPS SPOTS $49.00 Vintage Bakelite Dice Set Of 6 Leather Dice Cup NOS $39.99 2 VINTAGE BAKELITE CATALIN DICE CHERRY AMBER RED one is BLACK 3 4 $28.00 VINTAGE BAKELITE DICE MARBLES $19.99 Read More... Posted by The Boss on October 9, 2012 in Casino Collectibles Comments Off on Collecting Vintage Casino Dice Collecting Antique Coffee Grinders Antique coffee grinders are manually handled units that make use of propeller blades to grind coffee beans. It plays a big role in making aromatic and fine grinds of coffee grounds. They are very helpful to those who love preparing coffee at home. The lovely designs of these grinders are irresistible. There are models that can be used on the countertop or mounted on walls. The two types add a classy look in the kitchen. Vintage Old Thompson Coffee Mill Grinder $24.74 Antique Tin Crown No 10 Coffee Mill Grinder Landers Fray Clark Co $24.99 (1 Bid) VINTAGE COFFEE GRINDER COFF $13.77 (10 Bids) Arcade Crystal Coffee Grinder Mechanism New Old Stock $19.99 Beautiful Antique Wooden Chrome Coffee Grinder $11.25 Antique Primitive SUN Coffee Grinder Mill Grinder Parts Original Condition $14.99 Antique Manual Crank Wood Coffee Grinder $9.99 Vintage Coffee Grinder Wood and Cast Iron Coffee Grinder Old $25.00 Read More... Posted by The Boss on October 8, 2012 in Antique Collectibles Comments Off on Collecting Antique Coffee Grinders Highly Collectible Harley Davidson Cans and Buckets Founded in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, during the first decade of the 20th century, Harley Davidson was one of two major American motorcycle manufacturers to survive the Great Depression. Vintage Harley Davidson cans and buckets can be very highly collectible. VINTAGE HARLEY DAVIDSON CAP OFFICIAL LICENSED PRODUCT $0.99 Custom Harley Oil Can Gas Garage Oiler Shop Art $8.99 60s METALIFE MOTOR OIL TREATMENT 6 QUART CAN Harley Davidson WENTZVILLE MO nos $12.50 Vintage Motorcycle Chain Lube Can Harley Indian Racing Motocross 2 Stroke Gunk $17.00 Metalife Motor Oil Can Bank pump hat gasoline gas shop man cave texaco mobil $19.75 Top KIK Motor Oil Can pump hat oil gasoline gas shop man cave texaco mobil gulf $19.75 VTG NOS INTERCONTINENTAL GOLDEN SPECTRO MOTORCYCLE OIL HARLEY TRIUMPH BSA BMW $10.99 OILZUM MOTORCYCLE SPRAY CHAIN LUBRICANT HARLEYINDIANBSATRIUMPHHONDAZUNDAP $14.95 Read More... Posted by The Boss on October 3, 2012 in Advertising Collectibles Comments Off on Highly Collectible Harley Davidson Cans and Buckets Christopher Milne, Winnie the Pooh, and the Vintage Pooh Collectibles Milne named the character Winnie-the-Pooh after a teddy bear owned by his son, Christopher Robin Milne, who was the basis for the character Christopher Robin. Christopher's toys also lent their names to most of the other characters, except for Owl, Rabbit, and Gopher (added in the Disney version). Christopher Robin's toy bear is now on display at the Main Branch of the New York Public Library in New York City. Christopher Milne had named his toy bear after Winnie, a Canadian black bear which he often saw at London Zoo, and "Pooh", a swan they had met while on holiday. The bear cub was purchased from a hunter for $20 by Canadian Lieutenant Harry Colebourn in White River, Ontario, Canada, while en route to England during the First World War. He named the bear "Winnie" after his adopted hometown in Winnipeg, Manitoba. "Winnie" was surreptitiously brought to England with her owner, and gained unofficial recognition as The Fort Garry Horse regimental mascot. Colebourn left Winnie at the London Zoo while he and his unit were in France; after the war she was officially donated to the zoo, as she had become a much loved attraction there. Pooh the swan appears as a character in its own right in When We Were Very Young. Winnie the Pooh Adventure Disneyland 2001 Attraction 50 Years Trading Card DL50 $0.99 Vintage Walt Disney Book and Record WINNIE THE POOH THE BLUSTERY DAY Great $0.99 Winnie the Pooh the Blusteryday Disney Cassette Book 17DC w o Cassette $1.80 Oh Bother No Ones Listening Walt Disney Golden Look Look Book Winnie The Pooh HH $5.99 1970s DISNEYLAND WINNIE THE POOH EEYORE DANCEFROLIC UNUSED NM MT POSTCARD $3.96 VINTAGE WALT DISNEY WINNIE THE POOH GOLDEN SHAPE BOOK 1964 $6.99 Walt Disneys WINNIE THE POOH THE HONEY TREE Little Golden Book 1965 D116 $7.19 Walt Disneys Winnie The Pooh Kids Songs 45 RPM PS 1965 VG $4.50 Read More... Posted by The Boss on October 2, 2012 in Animal Collectibles,Disney Collectibles,Stuffed Animals Comments Off on Christopher Milne, Winnie the Pooh, and the Vintage Pooh Collectibles Unloved Antiques: The American Old Family Bible Brought to you by PriceMiner and Worthpoint This “old family bible,” published in 1877 by the O.A. Browning & Co., of Toledo, Ohio and London, Ontario. It’s in fair to good condition and comparable examples often sell at auction in the $ 80-$ 150 range. Next in this series of “Unloved Antiques” is the American “Old Family Bible.” Most families have one, often said to be “At least 200 years old,” inherited from some distant deceased relative and nearly always with a fantastic tale relating to the Frontier, Old West or the Civil War. To date we have must have examined dozens of bibles that were said to have belonged to family members related to Daniel Boone, Davy Crockett, Jesse James, Billy the Kid, Stonewall Jackson, Ulysses S. Grant and even Abe Lincoln*. Sadly, none of them had any provenance, and nearly all were printed long after all of these notables had gone to their final reward. Most of these bibles we receive appraisal requests for are actually very late 19th-century presentation pieces, highly ornate bibles with embossed covers, in some cases with latches that resemble something one would find in a 14th-century monastery. Quite often, these were given as gifts to newlyweds or newly ordained priests and ministers by family or friends, eventually handed down from one generation to the next. Some are inscribed with dedications, dates and names to give some hint as to their original ownership, but after two or three generations, the inscribed date is dismissed as “written in years later,” particularly if the last name inscribed is similar to someone famous—like Ulysses S. Grant—or infamous such—as Jesse James or William Bonnie (Billy the Kid). Upon examination of the first few pages, most of these bibles will reveal the publishing date and the name and location of the publisher; most, like the example above, tend to post date the 1870s and were made right through the turn of the 20th century. Values for these late 19th-century American Bibles can be upwards of $ 400 at auction, if in very good shape and printed by a well-respected publisher. But most we see suffer from 100-plus-years of being shoved into bookcases, drawers and hope chests. The example above dates to 1877, published by the O.A. Browning & Co., of Toledo, Ohio and London, Ontario. It’s in fair to good condition1, and comparable examples often sell at auction in the $ 80-$ 150 range. ——————————— *With such pieces, with genuine provenance to someone like the Western outlaw Jesse James, Mother can take the value of a battered, run-of-the-mill 19th-century bible from $ 80 to more than $ 3,000 at auction. If you have any doubt at all about the value and origins of an old book, we strongly suggest having it examined and appraised by an antiquarian book dealer. ——————————— 1 “Fair” describes a worn book that has complete text pages, including maps or plates, but may be missing end papers. The binding will generally be worn in spot and any defects will be noted in the description. “Good” describes an average used and worn book that still has all pages or leaves. Any defects will be noted in the description. ——————————— Previous “Unloved Antiques” articles: ? Unloved Antiques: ‘Limited Edition’ Collectors Plates ? Unloved Antiques: Singer Sewing Machines ? Unloved Antiques: Decorator Prints ? Unloved Antiques: Commemorative Whiskey Decanters ? Unloved Antiques: ‘Bronze’ Flatware ? Unloved Antiques: 1847 Rogers Brothers Flatware ? Unloved Antiques: Hummel Knockoffs ? Unloved Antiques: National Geographic Magazines ? Unloved Antiques: Dragonware ? Unloved Antiques: 19th Century Religious Prints ? Unloved Antiques: Depression Glass ? Unloved Antiques: Stradivarius-Style Violins ? Unloved Antiques: 19th-Century Pump Organs ? Unloved Antiques: ‘Starving Artist’ Painting Mike Wilcox, of Wilcox & Hall Appraisers, is a Worthologist who specializes in Art Nouveau and the Arts and Craft movement. ——————————— WorthPoint Brought to you by PriceMiner and Worthpoint Vintage American Holy Bible 1919 Edlin Flaherty Family Records Original Tongues $19.95 Vintage 1971 Regency Family Holy Bible King James Version Red Letter Edition $16.99 Vintage Catholic HOLY BIBLE Douay Confraternity Old and New Testament 1952 $9.99 (2 Bids) HOLMAN HOLY BIBLE SELF PRONOUNCING EDITION OLD NEW TESTAMENTS VINTAGE 1925 $9.95 Vintage Cambridge Pitt Minion Holy Bible KJV Black Morocco Great Britain 1962 $24.99 Vintage 1971 Regency Family Holy Bible King James Version Red Letter Edition $16.99 Read More... Posted by The Boss on December 5, 2011 in Collecting News Comments Off on Unloved Antiques: The American Old Family Bible Disney Minnie Mouse Collectible Zrike Cookie Jar Disney Minnie Mouse Collectible Zrike Cookie Jar This adorable Minnie Mouse is willing to share he snacks with you! She is made of earthenware and sits 12" high. Size: 11.5" Item Number: 1017101 Made by Zrike Excellent condition - Brand New in its original box - there are no chips or breaks List Price: $ 50.95 Price: $ 50.95 Simba Cookie Jar Disney Treasure Craft $20.00 Zak Designs Disney WINNIE THE POOH HUNNY COOKIE JAR NEW IN BOX $21.99 Vintage Disney Dopey Cookie Jar $19.99 PEANUTS Snoopy Hugging Woodstock Ceramic Snack Cookie Jar 1075 NIB So Cute $19.99 (1 Bid) Disney Mickey and Friends Sleigh Christmas Cookie Jar $22.57 Rare Treasure Craft Disney Goofy ceramic Cookie Jar $18.95 Read More... Posted by The Boss on December 4, 2011 in Animal Collectibles,Disney Collectibles Comments Off on Disney Minnie Mouse Collectible Zrike Cookie Jar Oakland Athletics 29 Baseball Mat (Quantity of 1) Oakland Athletics 29 Baseball Mat (Quantity of 1) Fanmats Rugs and Mats Your fellow baseball fans can feel welcome as soon as they set foot into your house! The Fanmats MLB? team baseball mat is made of polyester with a nonskid Duragon? latex backing. The baseballshaped mat is chromo jet painted in team colors and designed Oakland Athletics - Fanmats Rugs and Mats - Oakland Athletics 29 Baseball Mat - Item: 4610406408 List Price: $ 31.40 Price: $ 31.40 Hello Kitty Bobblehead Oakland As 2016 $25.00 Oakland As Tote Bag SGA MLB BAG $14.99 AS OAKLAND ATHLETICS MENS BLACK SHIRT MONEYBALL $15.50 Ltd Ed July 2016 Oakland Athletics As Hello Kitty Bobblehead SGA 7 16 16 Gnome $22.99 MLB BASEBALL Majestic Gold Oakland Athletics AS T Shirt XL $13.50 New MAJESTIC Mike Piazza OAKLAND As Jersey Size XXXL $24.95 Read More... Posted by The Boss on December 4, 2011 in Sports Memorabilia Comments Off on Oakland Athletics 29 Baseball Mat (Quantity of 1) ? 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