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  • Denver Brass Armadillo
    Denver Brass Armadillo posted a new video:
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    Civil War Surgeon's Saw - iAntique Collector's Cut
    Ski of the Coffee Club takes a look at a fantastic relic from the American Civil War.
    • February 27
  • Vintage Touch
    Vintage Touch add a video to the playlist Organization Ideas
    10:23
    Organizing Storage & Work Space
    This video gives you a tour of the area I use to work on my antiques & store them before putting them in the shop for sale.
    • February 27
  • Vintage Touch
    Vintage Touch add a video to the playlist Organization Ideas
    16:20
    Organization your Sewing Room
    I would like to share with you how I organize my business office and sewing area that I use to repair my antiques.
    • February 27
  • Vintage Touch
    Vintage Touch posted a new video:
    10:23
    Organizing Storage & Work Space
    This video gives you a tour of the area I use to work on my antiques & store them before putting them in the shop for sale.
    • February 27
  • Vintage Touch
    Vintage Touch posted a new video:
    16:20
    Organization your Sewing Room
    I would like to share with you how I organize my business office and sewing area that I use to repair my antiques.
    • February 27
  • Vintage Touch
    Vintage Touch posted a new playlist:
    Organization Ideas
    • February 27
  • Gary & Carol Stover
    Gary & Carol Stover wrote a new blog entry:
    • February 26
  • Denver Brass Armadillo
    Denver Brass Armadillo posted a new video:
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    Is Your Match Safe? - Bottles, Relics, and Junkets
    An overview of Colorado advertising match safes given away by businesses between the 1890's and 1930's. Beautiful examples made of celluloid, leather, tin, and aluminum will be shown along with a shirt history of the businesses that gave them out.
    • February 25
  • Denver Brass Armadillo
    Denver Brass Armadillo posted a new video:
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    Jurassic World Memorabilia Discussion - Collector's Catacomb
    Chris and Josh take a look at the upcoming releases for the film Jurassic World.
    • February 25
  • Denver Brass Armadillo
    Denver Brass Armadillo posted a new video:
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    Decorative or Collectible Prints Antiques with Gary Stover
    Almost all the prints you'll find in a typical antique store or mall are purely decorative. They have no real collectible value. But not all! In tonight's show we'll examine a few that do have collectible value, and often these finds are very underpriced,...
    • February 25
  • steve martin
    steve martin It measures 32" x 24" x 1"
    • February 25
  • steve martin
    steve martin Can't find any info!!!
    • February 19
    • steve martin
      Gary & Carol Stover The Churchill comment about blood toil tears and sweat was spoken in the House of Commons in 1940. Can you tell whether your piece is a print or an original drawing? Also please give dimensions. Gary
      • February 20
    • steve martin
      steve martin the frame reads " crafted by Chicago Etching Corporation" at the bottom. It measures 16" x 13". It feels like it is laser etched.
      • February 25
  • steve martin
    steve martin Came across this cool looking tavern sign! Guy was a big RAF collector. Don't know much about it...
    • February 19
    • steve martin
      Gary & Carol Stover It is a very cool looking sign, but I'm afraid it might be a reproduction. The repros are about 84cm high and are worth $75-100. Upload an image of the back, and we'll try to determine if it's original. Gary
      • February 20
  • Denver Brass Armadillo
    Denver Brass Armadillo posted a new video:
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    Valentine Card Show Update - iAntique Collector's Cut
    As promised during our show on Valentines in January, here's how we did!
    • February 18
  • jean daquila
    jean daquila added 2 photo(s) to the album the blue buffet restoration:
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    • February 18
    • jean daquila
      Gary & Carol Stover The blue is undoubtedly not original to the piece. One way you can get at the date of the paint is to black light it in the dark. Paint made since the 1930's fluoresces under black light. Of course, you'd never want to remove a 19th century paint job. Gary
  • jean daquila
    jean daquila added 7 photo(s) to the album the blue buffet restoration:
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    • February 18
    • jean daquila
      Gary & Carol Stover The blue is undoubtedly not original to the piece. One way you can get at the date of the paint is to black light it in the dark. Paint made since the 1930's fluoresces under black light. Of course, you'd never want to remove a 19th century paint job. Gary
  • jean daquila
    jean daquila added 1 photo(s) to the album heirloom dining room:
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    • February 18
    • jean daquila
      Gary & Carol Stover Wow, what great hardware & carving. You're very lucky to have these handed down. From the photos it looks like the set is oak, and while the style makes you think of English Jacobean revival, the carved eagles might indicate that this was American made. D...  more
      • February 18
    • jean daquila
      jean daquila It does look Jacobean but it was made in Pennsylvania by a company called Dahler & Close (I think, I'll have to check that) but they were a furniture company in I believe Pittsburgh for many years. This set was, as I understand it, bought by my Great Gr...  more
    • jean daquila
      jean daquila And it is oak. And the table has leaves that are connected somehow, you pull one end and it keeps on extending about 16 feet!!! It's extremely heavy, but the chairs aren't. The red pads are original, too.
      • February 24
  • jean daquila
    jean daquila added 6 photo(s) to the album heirloom dining room:
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    • February 18
    • jean daquila
      Gary & Carol Stover Wow, what great hardware & carving. You're very lucky to have these handed down. From the photos it looks like the set is oak, and while the style makes you think of English Jacobean revival, the carved eagles might indicate that this was American made. D...  more
      • February 18
    • jean daquila
      jean daquila It does look Jacobean but it was made in Pennsylvania by a company called Dahler & Close (I think, I'll have to check that) but they were a furniture company in I believe Pittsburgh for many years. This set was, as I understand it, bought by my Great Gr...  more
    • jean daquila
      jean daquila And it is oak. And the table has leaves that are connected somehow, you pull one end and it keeps on extending about 16 feet!!! It's extremely heavy, but the chairs aren't. The red pads are original, too.
      • February 24
  • jean daquila
    jean daquila added 2 photo(s) to the album Federal mirror :
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    • February 18
    • jean daquila
      Gary & Carol Stover This has been beautifully restored, Jean. The way these were originally put together normally means that pieces start to fall off. This looks like a period Federal piece to me, c. 1820. Gary
    • jean daquila
      jean daquila Thank you. Yes, this is an original Federal mirror, not a reproduction. And it was falling apart! LOL!! My fiance restored it for me. :)
      • February 24
  • IAntique News
    IAntique News posted a topic in the forum Antiques Businesses Opening - Closing:
    • February 15

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