Old Pawn jewelry—these turquoise treasures are well known in the southwest part of the U.S. This Native American jewelry has more history than meets the eye. Read on to find out how to identify Old Pawn jewelry.
Do you remember following Charlie through the chocolate factory? Or how about getting whisked away by Tolkien’s tale of adventure with Bilbo? Some early copies of the world’s most beloved children’s stories are now worth a small fortune.
Learn how to arrange a china cabinet using our fool-proof visual guide. Create a perfect presentation shelf by shelf. Here’s how to decorate a china cabinet with dishes, glasses and serving pieces.
There are many features that can tell you how to identify antique bisque dolls. First manufactured in 1860, bisque dolls have transformed from toys to treasures. These dollies can be worth serious dollars—upwards of $1000.
Your coin collection value could be worth more than pocket change—especially if it contains currencies from the 18th or 19th century. But what gives collectible coins their value? Here’s what to consider.
With so many in existence, it can be tricky to find the value of antique coin banks. Here are some insider tips to help you guesstimate the worth of your antique piggy banks.
They line the walls of basement bars and pubs, but do you ever wonder how to tell if a beer stein is valuable? We’re talking about the big, lid-wearing beer steins seen at Oktoberfest celebrations.
Instead of piling new finds on top of older stuff, or keeping scattered collections all around in different rooms, use a self storage unit to keep all your finds in one place.
Estate sales can be a a great opportunity to find some truly unique jewelry, furniture or other items. According to Apartment Therapy, these events should not be intimidating. While antique dealers and collectors often approach estate sales very seriously
The history of the lunch box starts in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 1935, according to Collectors Weekly. A simple metal container adorned with a lovable new cartoon character named Mickey and a loop at the top for handling paved the way for peanut butter sand