Tips for vinyl collectors

Vinyls are quite popular these days, having made a come-back in recent years. Move over coins and stamps, vinyl collecting is the new kid in town! There are many great places you can find quality vinyl records at great prices. This blog post is here to lend some help and useful tips for new vinyl […]

Antique and vintage cutlery

antique cutlery

Are you about to throw away those forks and spoons that somehow came to you from a grandmother? I am all in favour of decluttering, but don’t consign your old cutlery to a (hopefully, recycling) dust bin just yet! At least not until after you’ve given the whole thing some further consideration. First, examine those […]

How to identify rare stamps

A stamp is a small, adhesive little piece of paper. Yet, for some, they are a passion and a source of wealth. The most expensive stamp in the world was sold for $9.5 million. So, if you are hoping to identify a rare stamp in your collection, read on. 1. Use stamp collecting books Stamp […]

How to collect wrist watches

collectible wrist warches

Whether you already possess a few wrist watches or have decided to start a collection from scratch, there are same rules of wrist-watch collecting.

Collecting celebrity memorabilia

celebrity memorabilia

Most of us are to some degree fascinated by celebrities and items used by or associated with celebrities are widely collected.

Collecting glass paperweights

glass paperweights

The key to developing a good collection is knowledge, patience, and – above all – the delight it brings you.

Militaria: 6 books on warfare

ancient Greek battle

A brief overview of six books that are widely considered as major works on military strategy and operations.

How much is that in notgeld?

notgeld

Notgeld is the most commonly collected emergency currency.

Does that glass have blemishes?

vintage glass bowl

Learn how to recognise manufacturing flaws and wear-and-tear damage in antique, vintage and collectable glass objects.

Vintage wooden kitchen tools

rolling pins

Add a touch of character to your kitchen with vintage wooden rolling pins, meat mallets or potato mashers.