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Colorado Antique Gallery Turns 25

Colorado Antique Gallery Turns 25

By Chris Rodriguez   The year was 1992.  Gas was $1.12 a gallon and a stamp was 29 cents. Guns N Roses, Billy Ray Cyrus, and Boyz 2 Men were at the top of the music charts.  The median household income was $30,000, and the average house cost $144,000.        Things have changed mightily over the past quarter century, and one […]

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Travel to CHANTIQUE

Travel to CHANTIQUE

Take one step inside Chantique’s doors in Boulder, Colorado and you will immediately feel like you have been carried away to the   romantic charm of Italian wine country,      castles of France or the canals of Venice.  This store will take your breath away!  Anthony of Chantique travels to the source on perfect adventures to remote villages of Italy and the countryside of France […]

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The Antique Row Women Give Back

The Antique Row Women Give Back

Last weekend, the Westminster Historical Society held an Appraisal Fair that benefitted the organization. The WHS group is dedicated to the preservation of local history and traditions. For a fee, participants could bring several items to be verbally appraised by an expert and all the money was donated to the organization. There were 24 appraisers on hand who all donated […]

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Opening the Museum of the American Revolution April 19

Opening the Museum of the American Revolution April 19

Written by Michael Quinn, President and CEO of the Museum of the American Revolution   Creating a new, national institution is a daunting, but exciting undertaking. Fortunately, we assembled the key ingredients for success: a great collection of authentic artifacts, a location in the heart of historic Philadelphia, and a talented, committed team led by one of the nation’s great […]

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The Art of Weathervanes

The Art of Weathervanes

By Maureen Timm   Weather Vanes have been around for over two thousand years and the earliest recorded weather vane was inspired by Triton, Greek God of the Sea. Cast in bronze, this life-size figure, with the head and body of a man and the tail of a fish, pointed his wand in the directions of the wind. He was […]

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