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Thanks to a Retiring Writer

Helene Marlowe has written to tell me of her plans to end her monthly column, “Collector's Playtime,” a detailed work on the topic of dolls and related subjects. Her “one year” agreement to write a column stretched into a decade. TheCollector is a labor of love at a...

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From the Publisher…. Don’t Buy This

By Grant Hamilton, Publisher One of Linda's favorite retail stores is the HomeGoods store. While she shops I like to do a little market research there. They often catch the wave when it comes to “looks” that are nostalgia-related. Over the years I've seen shabby-chic,...

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antique, Fine & Decorative Arts Auction - Saturday, March 2nd at 12noon

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Be sure to attend the 50th Annual Elverson Antique Show & Sale this weekend, March 23-24! The show runs Saturday 11am-5pm, Sunday 11am-4pm.

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Gene Bertolet Antiques will have these outstanding pieces for sale this week at our spring show.
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This Month in Collecting - March 20, 1973: The Baseball Writers’ Association of America held a special election to waive the five-year waiting period to vote on Roberto Clemente for the Baseball Hall of Fame. Clemente had arranged relief flights to Managua, Nicaragua, after an earthquake, but corrupt officials diverted the aid. He boarded the fourth relief flight on December 31, 1973 to ensure its delivery, but the overloaded plane went down in the Atlantic. He was 38. Over 18 seasons for the Pittsburgh Pirates, he had 3,000 hits, 240 home runs, 1,305 RBIs and a batting average of .317. He was an All-Star fifteen times, World Series champion twice and Series MVP once, a National League MVP, earned twelve Gold Glove Awards, and was NL batting champion four times. He was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1973.In 2016, a 1955 Topps Roberto Clemente #164 rookie baseball card PSA-rated Mint 9 sold for $488,000 at Heritage Auctions. ... See MoreSee Less

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Brian Hart will have the following pieces for sale this weekend at the show!
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This Month in Collecting - March 17, 1902: Bobby Jones’ 1937 Augusta Green Jacket sold for $310,700 at Heritage Auctions in 2011. Rarely are green jackets sold because Augusta National does not allow them to leave the grounds—with this one exception: the winner can take it home for a year before returning it. (www.augusta.com, 4/12/15). In 1930, he won all four major championships and achieved a Grand Slam. This was prior to the creation of the Masters, but even so, no other player has won a Grand Slam in one calendar year.
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Monet's Waterloo Bridge Vision and Process Exhibition now on view at Worcester Art Museum through April 28th, 2019.

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