In some instances, the phrase 'limited edition' equates to a higher price. The good news, according to Steve Evans, is that's not the case with belt buckle collecting.
The Virginia Quilt Museum is preparing to offer a unique presentation, July 27-29, regarding World War I, as told through the textiles of the time.
This coming April 12 is the 155th anniversary of the start of the War Between the States. In the most current Ten Things You Didn't Know column, Karen Knapstein examines some of the lesser known facts and artifacts of the American Civil War.
Noted Lincoln historian and author Don White will be the featured presenter during a celebration of the 150th anniversary of the Gettysburg Address, April 20.
Your collectible arrives from the latest online auction and you're disappointed. There's a problem. What do you do now? Try patience, courtesy and diplomacy, says guest columnist and military collector P.H. Tuttle. He writes, "In my own dealings as a buyer, nearly all of my bad experiences have resulted from deals...
One of the last remaining bells from a D-Day landing craft has been discovered after being lost for nearly 70 years. The bell, which even has a bullet dent from the assault on Omaha Beach, is now being sold by England's Hemswell Antiques Centre after it was discovered in a scrap...
This exclusive excerpt is from the newly expanded second edition of Warman’s World War II Collectibles, Identification and Price Guide, by Michael Haskew (Krause Publications, 2010). —Editor.