Archive for July, 2016

The American Eagle Symbol & Treasure

The American Eagle Symbol & Treasure

By Robert Reed At the height of the county’s quest for independence and freedom from foreign domination, America’s leaders selected the eagle as its national symbol. Historians note that the American eagle was officially adopted in June of 1782 by an act of the Continental Congress. It was a suitable choice. In writing suggestions earlier to the selection committee Philadelphia […]

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The City Club of Denver Postcard Collection

The City Club of Denver Postcard Collection

By Dede Horan        Several years ago, I started to collect postcards produced by The City Club of Denver showing images photographed by members of the Denver Camera Club.  Each time I acquired one of these cards I was more intrigued with them and wondered why were they produced and how many different cards there were.  I did some research and […]

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Homestead Antique Mall Hosts Monthly Outdoor Markets

Homestead Antique Mall Hosts Monthly Outdoor Markets

Nestled in the shopping center at 64th and Wadsworth, Arvada Antique Market is hosted by the Homestead Antique Mall which is located at 6530 Wadsworth Boulevard, Arvada Colorado. The market starts on the 3rd Saturday of the month starting with May and going through August. This is Homestead Antique Mall’s second year of hosting the Arvada Outdoor Antique Market which […]

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Heirlooms Antique Mall’s New Owners Celebrate Anniversary With Month Long Sale

Heirlooms Antique Mall’s New Owners Celebrate Anniversary With Month Long Sale

By Jon DeStefano   Heirlooms Antique Mall is celebrating its first anniversary on August 1st with a month long First Anniversary  Sale. The August sale will feature store wide discounts ranging from 10% to 25% and every dealer will be participating in the sale. Owners Scott Davenport  and Cliff Berry have a lot to be grateful for since they took over Heirlooms […]

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The Appraiser’s Diary Independence Day

The Appraiser’s Diary Independence Day

Independence Day, or the Fourth of July, is the day we Americans celebrate our nation’s existence. It was 240 years ago, on July 4, 1776, that the Declaration of Independence was signed in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Second Continental Congress declared that the thirteen American colonies regarded themselves as a new nation, and no longer a part of the British Empire. […]

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