Shirley Temple is one of the most beloved actress of early Hollywood. In a recent edition of Ask the Expert, Dr. Cavo assesses a collection of Temple-related memorabilia.
Did you know one of the earliest forms of bobbleheads, known as German nodders, were first produced in the late 19th century and were ceramic? Enjoy nine more interesting facts about bobbleheads in this 10 Things You Didn't Know column by Karen Knapstein.
By analyzing business benchmarks, Wayne Jordan discusses points to help “used goods” dealers determine whether they fared better – or worse – than the industry average.
A demonstration featuring original African fabrics and patterns, as well as a fashion show are part of The Spencer Doll and Toy Museum Feb. 20's event celebrating Black History Month.
The U.S. Postal Service’s lineup of 2016 stamp issues are truly miniature works of art, and will have collectors adding a visit to the post office to their to-do list.
Among the scarce coins featured in Legend Rare Coin Auctions' Feb. 18 sale is a seldom-seen three-cent silver. In prooflike condition, the coin is one only 1,000 struck for circulation in 1872.
Avant-garde art, furnishings, architecture and fashions of the 1920s through 1970s will take center stage Feb. 20-21 at 20th Century Cincinnati's annual celebration of Modernist design.
What better way to celebrate love and friendship than by sharing century-old Valentine postcards, which in many cases, can be had for less than the price of a Hallmark card. In her most recent Postcard Ponderings column, Karen Knapstein examines this popular theme within the time-honored collecting interest.
The exhibition, Myth, Allegory and Faith: The Kirk Edward Long Collection of Mannerist Prints, featuring engravings, etchings, woodcuts and chiaroscuro woodcuts of 16th century artists and printmakers will open Feb. 10 at Stanford University’s Cantor Arts Center.