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The Beauty of Buckles

The Beauty of Buckles

By Maureen Timm    Buckles have been used by both men and women since ancient times. History and archeology books tell of buckles used to fit harnesses on animals and to hold weapons and garments in place. The popularity of buckles as adornments fluctuated according to fashion and politics. Archaeologists have discovered primitive belts with buckles dating back to the Bronze […]

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Colorado Antique Gallery Is Now 29 Years Old

Colorado Antique Gallery Is Now 29 Years Old

 The year was 1992 when the Colorado Antique Gallery first opened their doors. 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. The oldest Baby Boomers were still […]

by · March 3, 2021 · 0 comments · Feature Article
Brass Armadillo Mall Celebrates 22 Years

Brass Armadillo Mall Celebrates 22 Years

   To celebrate their 22nd Anniversary, Brass Armadillo will be having an Anniversary Sale March 12, 13, and 14—15% off of everything in the Mall. (The “Antique Army” gets an additional $5 off every purchase over $20.) Then on March 27th, they will have a Case Sale, which will be 25% off of anything in a locked case. These sales promise […]

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So Much To Learn About Your Irish Ancestors

So Much To Learn About Your Irish Ancestors

By Peggy DeStefano    My sister Mary Sikora has spent her life researching our ancestors. She spent an awful lot of time tracing our mother’s side but has at times dabbled in my Dad’s story. He was 1/2 Irish and 1/2 German. It is so much fun to learn the results of her research. I am forever grateful to her. I […]

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Shamrocks, Green Beer and the Little People

Shamrocks, Green Beer and the Little People

By Sandy Dale    Well, if it isn’t March again. Time to not be thinking of the bedeviled year behind us, but of the potential for great times, fun and adventure ahead. At least, that’s what the Little People tell me. And, yes, those who know me, are aware that I communicate regularly with elves, gnomes, boggarts, an occasional faery now […]

by · March 3, 2021 · 0 comments · Feature Article