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  • Creek Chub Lures - PAIR

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    Creek Chub Lures - PAIR.  This is a nice set.  These can be found in locked case #152.

    May 23, 2017 12:53 PM CDT
  • WHITE FARM TABLE W/1 DRAWER

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    A WHITE FARM TABLE W/1 DRAWER for your collection. Dealer 1080...Booth 119 Texas. Shipping is available for an additional fee. Please call for a shipping quote and to confirm availability of the item. (816) 847-5260.

    May 23, 2017 12:34 PM CDT
  • PATRIOTIC CHAIR

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    A PATRIOTIC CHAIR for your collection. Dealer 151...Booth 129 Texas. Shipping is available for an additional fee. Please call for a shipping quote and to confirm availability of the item. (816) 847-5260.

    May 23, 2017 12:28 PM CDT
  • OVAL OAK DRESSING MIRROR

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    An OVAL OAK DRESSING MIRROR for your collection. Dealer 1027...Booth 254 Indiana. Shipping is available for an additional fee. Please call for a shipping quote and to confirm availability of the item. (816) 847-5260.

    May 23, 2017 12:15 PM CDT
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  • 17 May 2017
    We've just completed our 7th year online, and at the conclusion of each year I propose a "rule" or suggestion for art & antique dealers. Rule #1 was "You make your money when you buy, not when you sell;" Rule #2 was "Having 1 collectible worth $100,000 is a lot better than having 10 collecitbles worth $10,000 each;" Rule #3 was "You can beat anybody in this game, but you can't beat Christie's & Sotheby's;" Rule #4 was "Never buy what you like;" Rule #5 was "Never pay 40% commissions;" Rule #6 was "Share your knowledge;" and you'll just have to join us this coming Sunday evening, May 21, 2017, at 5PM PDT, 6PM MDT, 7PM CDT, 8PM EDT to find out what Rule #7 is! Hope you can tune in. Gary
    25 Posted by Gary & Carol Stover
  • We've just completed our 7th year online, and at the conclusion of each year I propose a "rule" or suggestion for art & antique dealers. Rule #1 was "You make your money when you buy, not when you sell;" Rule #2 was "Having 1 collectible worth $100,000 is a lot better than having 10 collecitbles worth $10,000 each;" Rule #3 was "You can beat anybody in this game, but you can't beat Christie's & Sotheby's;" Rule #4 was "Never buy what you like;" Rule #5 was "Never pay 40% commissions;" Rule #6 was "Share your knowledge;" and you'll just have to join us this coming Sunday evening, May 21, 2017, at 5PM PDT, 6PM MDT, 7PM CDT, 8PM EDT to find out what Rule #7 is! Hope you can tune in. Gary
    May 17, 2017 25
  • 10 May 2017
    I started a blog last July detailing how Marshall Bulle & I were searching for a huge photo of Wyatt Earp's first wife, Urilla Sutherland Earp. Since then we've been able to establish a higher level of confidence in the authenticity of the Wyatt photo, but we still haven't found the photograph of Urilla. Here's our new Wanted Poster.
    38 Posted by Gary & Carol Stover
  • I started a blog last July detailing how Marshall Bulle & I were searching for a huge photo of Wyatt Earp's first wife, Urilla Sutherland Earp. Since then we've been able to establish a higher level of confidence in the authenticity of the Wyatt photo, but we still haven't found the photograph of Urilla. Here's our new Wanted Poster.
    May 10, 2017 38
  • 10 May 2017
    Wells Fargo is an iconic name in the field of Western collectibles, and in this week's show I'll profile some prime examples. There's a huge safe with great graphics, a directory for use by shippers, a wanted poster, and a derringer used by a plain clothes lawman hired by the company to ride on the stage coaches & trains! The gun was presented to him by the President of the Company. There are many fake Wells Fargo items out there, so we'll discuss how to spot them. Hope you can join us this coming Sunday evening, May 14, 2017 (Mother's Day) for the program. We'll be on at the usual time: 5PM PDT, 6PM MDT, 7PM CDT, 8PM EDT. Gary
    41 Posted by Gary & Carol Stover
  • Wells Fargo is an iconic name in the field of Western collectibles, and in this week's show I'll profile some prime examples. There's a huge safe with great graphics, a directory for use by shippers, a wanted poster, and a derringer used by a plain clothes lawman hired by the company to ride on the stage coaches & trains! The gun was presented to him by the President of the Company. There are many fake Wells Fargo items out there, so we'll discuss how to spot them. Hope you can join us this coming Sunday evening, May 14, 2017 (Mother's Day) for the program. We'll be on at the usual time: 5PM PDT, 6PM MDT, 7PM CDT, 8PM EDT. Gary
    May 10, 2017 41
  • 06 May 2017
    A few months I did a show in which I started a project to determine whether postcard prices had declined over the past several years. In this week's program I'll update you on what I've found. The original show was very popular, and several people have asked me how it turned out.  Some post card dealers have questioned whether Carl Weber's take on the market, ie that it had tanked, was correct. Please tune in for where I think things stand. Also, there have been developments in some of the other recent shows I've done, so I'll update you on those programs, ie Candlewick, Wyatt Earp photo, etc. Please join us this coming Sunday evening, May 7, 2017. We're on at the usual time: 5PM PDT, 6PM MDT, 7PM CDT, 8PM EDT. Gary
    71 Posted by Gary & Carol Stover
  • A few months I did a show in which I started a project to determine whether postcard prices had declined over the past several years. In this week's program I'll update you on what I've found. The original show was very popular, and several people have asked me how it turned out.  Some post card dealers have questioned whether Carl Weber's take on the market, ie that it had tanked, was correct. Please tune in for where I think things stand. Also, there have been developments in some of the other recent shows I've done, so I'll update you on those programs, ie Candlewick, Wyatt Earp photo, etc. Please join us this coming Sunday evening, May 7, 2017. We're on at the usual time: 5PM PDT, 6PM MDT, 7PM CDT, 8PM EDT. Gary
    May 06, 2017 71
  • 01 May 2017
    Get your Phonograph Ready!   It is time to drag your old phonograph and vinyl records out of the basement because vinyl records are in high demand these days. Many audiophiles now prefer music coming from vinyl records more than digitally- reproduced music. They like the truer more distinct sound, even with some of the distortions produced by vinyl records. While the old 45 RPM and 78 RPM vinyl records have some demand, the demand for 33 1/3 RPM Record Albums has skyrocketed and thus, the value has increased significantly over the past few years. Whether it be for the records or for the album covers, the demand has grown. Of course the artists on the album is the most important factor affecting value, the condition of the record itself, as well as the condition of the album cover, greatly affect the value. Common albums can be purchased for as little as a dollar while rare, scarce first-pressing editions of certain albums have values in the hundreds of dollars. Interested? Check out the Brass Armadillo as there are several vendors selling vinyl record albums as well as 45 RPM single records. Relax and enjoy the sounds from old vinyl records!
    62 Posted by Betty Jean Shearin
  • Get your Phonograph Ready!   It is time to drag your old phonograph and vinyl records out of the basement because vinyl records are in high demand these days. Many audiophiles now prefer music coming from vinyl records more than digitally- reproduced music. They like the truer more distinct sound, even with some of the distortions produced by vinyl records. While the old 45 RPM and 78 RPM vinyl records have some demand, the demand for 33 1/3 RPM Record Albums has skyrocketed and thus, the value has increased significantly over the past few years. Whether it be for the records or for the album covers, the demand has grown. Of course the artists on the album is the most important factor affecting value, the condition of the record itself, as well as the condition of the album cover, greatly affect the value. Common albums can be purchased for as little as a dollar while rare, scarce first-pressing editions of certain albums have values in the hundreds of dollars. Interested? Check out the Brass Armadillo as there are several vendors selling vinyl record albums as well as 45 RPM single records. Relax and enjoy the sounds from old vinyl records!
    May 01, 2017 62
  • 26 Apr 2017
    William Winer Cooke (1846-1876) was General George Armstrong Custer's Adjutant, and he died atop Last Stand Hill with Custer on June 25, 1876. This week's program is devoted to his story, as we are offering for sale at the Brass Armadillo Antique Mall in Denver a pocket watch, fob & chain owned by Cooke, which was taken from his body by a Cheyenne or Lakota warrior on the day he died. Custer commanded the 7th U.S. Cavalry, and William Winer Cooke was in Custer's regiment for the 9 years prior to the Battle of the Little Bighorn. They fought together in the Battle of the Washita in 1868. They were together on the expedition into the Black Hills in 1874, when gold was discovered. Please join us this Sunday evening at 5PM PDT, 6PM MDT, 7PM CDT, 8PM EDT for this week's show on the life & death of William Winer Cooke, then please stay tuned for a special video done by Ski Rozanski in 2015, when he described the circumstances under which he acquired this historic artifact of the most famous battle of the Sioux Wars, and one of the most famous battles in American history. Gary
    89 Posted by Gary & Carol Stover
  • William Winer Cooke (1846-1876) was General George Armstrong Custer's Adjutant, and he died atop Last Stand Hill with Custer on June 25, 1876. This week's program is devoted to his story, as we are offering for sale at the Brass Armadillo Antique Mall in Denver a pocket watch, fob & chain owned by Cooke, which was taken from his body by a Cheyenne or Lakota warrior on the day he died. Custer commanded the 7th U.S. Cavalry, and William Winer Cooke was in Custer's regiment for the 9 years prior to the Battle of the Little Bighorn. They fought together in the Battle of the Washita in 1868. They were together on the expedition into the Black Hills in 1874, when gold was discovered. Please join us this Sunday evening at 5PM PDT, 6PM MDT, 7PM CDT, 8PM EDT for this week's show on the life & death of William Winer Cooke, then please stay tuned for a special video done by Ski Rozanski in 2015, when he described the circumstances under which he acquired this historic artifact of the most famous battle of the Sioux Wars, and one of the most famous battles in American history. Gary
    Apr 26, 2017 89