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How To Sell Collectible Plates | Our Pastimes

Determine the market value of the collectible plate. Look at online collectors' forums or collectible magazine websites. Many collectors' bulletin boards contain up-to-date information from collector plate enthusiasts, but always check it against official price guides and current bids on eBay for similar plates.

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How to Sell Collectible Plates | Our Pastimes

Posted: (1 days ago) Determine the market value of the collectible plate. Look at online collectors' forums or collectible magazine websites. Many collectors' bulletin boards contain up-to-date information from collector plate enthusiasts, but always check it against official price guides and current bids on eBay for similar plates.

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Homemade Liquid Vinyl-Record Cleaner Recipe | Our Pastimes

Posted: (2 days ago) Mix 1 pint of isopropyl alcohol with one-half gallon of distilled water. Add 2 oz. of Lysol Antibacterial All-Purpose Cleaner, 20 to 30 drops of Kodak Photo-Flo, then mix with a second half-gallon of distilled water.

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How to Know a Hubley Doorstop Is Real | Our Pastimes

Posted: (1 days ago) Kathy Adams is an award-winning journalist and freelance writer who traveled the world handling numerous duties for music artists. She writes travel and budgeting tips and destination guides for USA Today, Travelocity and ForRent, among others.

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How to Find Out How Much a 45 Record Is Worth | Our Pastimes

Posted: (2 days ago) Seven-inch records, or 45s, were first introduced in the late 40s by the RCA Victor record label. The 45 record was made to be the rival of the 33, or 12-inch long playing record. It is called a 45 because it plays at 45 RPM's, or revolutions per minute on a turntable. 45 records have become boutique collectible ...

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How to Identify Silver Vs. Silver Plate | Our Pastimes

Posted: (1 days ago) It is necessary to tell the difference between silver and silver plate if you are collecting silver antiques or coins. Identifying silver vs. silver plate is not always easy, but if you learn the major hallmarks that identify silver, you will never be scammed. Sterling silver always retains its value, while ...

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How to Play Three-Handed Cribbage | Our Pastimes

Posted: (2 days ago) Cribbage is a card game that is played with a regular 52 card deck in which the jokers are removed. This game can be played with two, three, or four players. We will be looking at the rules for how to play the game with three players. The main idea of this game is to get to a score of 121. Good luck and enjoy playing.

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How to Find the Collectors' Value on National Geographic ...

Posted: (2 days ago) National Geographic magazines are fun periodicals full of interesting information, vivid pictures and facts about various topics. When considering the sale of a collection or looking for information about the worth of a personal collection, valuing the magazines can take a little time and research. According to ...

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How to Identify a Waltham Pocket Watch | Our Pastimes

Posted: (2 days ago) Open the back cover of the watch with your fingernail and look for identifying names -- a magnifying glass or loupe may be necessary. A Waltham pocket watch will have "A.W.W.Co." and "Waltham, Mass." on the movement, which is the inner workings of the pocket watch.

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How to Identify Original Pressings of LP Records | Our ...

Posted: (1 days ago) For older, more obscure international reggae and jazz LP's, it is almost impossible to find out for certain whether the record is an original pressing.

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How to Identify French Limoges Porcelain Marks | Our Pastimes

Posted: (1 days ago) A combination of words and pictures, some too tiny to distinguish unmagnified, are marks from a few prominent Limoges makers.Latrille Freres is an easy one: a star enclosing a circular L I M O G E S and underscored by the word "France." Martin Freres and Brothers, not too concerned about redundancy, marked their wares with a bird holding a flowing ribbon in its beak.

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