It's been more than 80 years since Betty Boop's debut in the cartoon "Dizzy Dishes" on Aug. 9 of 1930, but her popularity is ageless, as Antoinette Rahn discusses.
Coin and currency auction action out of Denver, Colorado includes record-setting prices paid for error Lincoln cents, during the annual summer ANA convention.
The annual World's Fair of Money, presented by the American Numismatic Association, is underway. In addition to buying and selling on the convention floor, there are auctions. We teamed up with KP Numismatics to take a look.
There is a practice within jewelry making where elements of nature are celebrated for their singular attributes and their role in the ensemble. We explore this world, the world of studio jewelry.
Sixty years is a long time. However, as we all know, some things definitely get better with time. Although not many sixty-year-old toys may still have the shine of newness, the nostalgia they evoke is timeless. Take these six toys turning 60...
Presentation, packaging, and performance of Altimeter table clock make the grade for Things We Love.
We all know how to live and how to learn. But when was the last time you considered learning to live and living to learn? The July 19, 2017 issue of Trader gives this idea attention.
A thank you letter three decades in the making, from a long-time fan to the incomparable, iconic, and heroic Wonder Woman.
The U.S. Senate ID card of John F. Kennedy, signed in fountain pen and issued in 1952, sold for $20,000 during RR Auctions' May auction.
The innovative approach of architect Frank Lloyd Wright is represented in homes and business structures throughout America. In this Ten Things column we examine 10 of those locales.