Art should comfort the disturbed and disturb the comfortable.” – Banksy

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12 Hot Items to Consign

12 Hot Items to Consign The idea of living a more simple, decluttered life has become very popular. This journey starts with deciding what items you have that other people may be interested in. Keep reading to see if have any of the 12 hot items to consign. In Marie

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How to Make Money Selling Items in Your Home
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How to Sell Stuff and Make Money

How to Sell Stuff and Make Money Did you inherit things you don’t want? The average American has between $3,000 to $7,000 worth of cash they can earn by cleaning out unused and unloved items in their home. Let us help you sell stuff and make money. Selling your items

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Executors Are You Prepared?

Executors Are You Prepared? The death of a loved one is an emotional time. As an executor, you are placed in the difficult position of overseeing funeral arrangements. In addition, personal belongings must be dealt with as well as following instructions in a will. Executors, are you prepared?  This process

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Collectible Steiff Bears – We sort through your collections and price items accordingly
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5 Tips on How to Start a Collection

5 Tips on How to Start a Collection Collecting has been a popular pastime for centuries. Here are five tips on how to start a collection and ideas on what to collect. Decide What You Want to Collect This may seem obvious, but it can be the hardest step!  It

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Estate and Liquidation Sale

Estate and Liquidation Sale of Fine Furniture, Art and Books Join us for this one-day estate and liquidation sale on Saturday, January 21st, from 10-3. This estate and liquidation sale will feature quality furniture, art, books and plenty of household items.  Fine Art & Books Colored etching of Montmartre winter street

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How to start a collection
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How To Start A Collection

How To Start A Collection Beginning a collection can be a daunting task as well as an exciting one.  With a few basic tips, you can start a collection that you will enjoy for many years. 1. Decide what you want to collect This may seem obvious, but it can

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What To Do When You Inherit A Collection

What To Do When You Inherit A Collection When you inherit a collection, it may be daunting at first.  However, don’t be in a hurry to get rid of it. Doing this can lead to a huge loss if you don’t know the value of the items. In light of

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Eyvind Earle 1969 Original Signed Painting of CA Oak Trees Original Frame 23×19
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Eyvind Earle 1969 Original Painting

Eyvind Earle 1969 Original Painting This original Eyvind Earle painting of California oaks trees sold for $6,000. The frame was made by Earle himself, back in the days when he was making his own frames, around the 1960s & 1970s. Off to West Palm Beach, Florida, it goes. About Eyvind

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Collector Plates – Are Yours Valuable?
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Collector Plates – Are Yours Valuable?

Collector Plates – Are Yours Valuable? Collector plates no longer have the exceptional value they did when they were being collected in the 1970s and 1980s. Unless they are dated before 1920 or 1930, the plates can fetch less than $10 a piece. The key to figuring out their value

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How the Fountain Pen Was Invented
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The Invention of the Fountain Pen

The Invention of the Fountain Pen Who invented the first fountain pen? Most people think it was Lewis Waterman. Waterman writing instruments are still highly collectible today.  However, it was Petrache Poenaru who patented the first fountain pen on May 25th, 1827. Poenaru wanted a way to continue note taking

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Graeme Stevenson Leopard Painting
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Graeme Stevenson Leopard Painting

Graeme Stevenson Leopard Painting A Mother’s Dream by Graeme Stevenson This original acrylic painting on canvas is by famed artist Graeme Stevenson.  It is titled ‘A Mother’s Dream’ and features leopards hanging in a tree. About Graeme Stevenson: Born June 29th, 1958 in New South Wales, Australia, Graeme Stevenson began

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