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Old coins nice profit!

On Tuesday this week I was traveling through a small rural town in South Carolina. I noticed a small pawnshop that looked like no one had been inside within the last day or two. 426 more words

Investment

Elegant Antique Buffet [ Available ]

This wonderful antique buffet is exceptional.  The details are splendid and the shapely stretcher is well anchored with substantial and lovely turned legs.  The buffet has been finished in pale butter cream, gently distressed and waxed. 44 more words

Interior

Exclusive Giveaway With French Charmed Antique Shop!

This month, we have the lovely honor of partnering up with one of our favorite antique shops: French Charmed! Girly, chic, and romantic, this shop has every little thing you need to have to generate the best French ambience at house. 15 more words

Daily Ideas

The Thursday Three- Something old, something new, something else..

Another mysteriously missing item(s)

Packed somewhere for the big move to France are these vintage cotton and lace padded coat hangers, clearly far too cute to hide in an armoire, so will have to hang on the wall instead. 110 more words

French

Custer's Spring Antique and Collector's Sale

Things are crazy at the store and will be so for another week.  We are participating in our first show.  We at World’s End believe in diving in with both feet so not only are we doing a show but one of the biggest in the area.   96 more words

Vintage

Dog Tongs

The Evening World March 17, 1906

This is not an adjustable hat rack nor a patent toy. It is a pair of dog-tongs. There are only two pairs in existence, so these posses a fabulous value to collectors of oddities and antiques. 85 more words

Mid-week Quickie: Tartanware (MF Part 4)

Tartanware is one of those classic collectibles — always interesting, never outdated, easily brought into your decor style. As you might expect, Tartanware is of Scottish origin, dating back to the Victorian age (though, I’m sure there are examples older than that). 193 more words

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