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What Is It? March 2018

What Is It? March 2018

 We had no correct answers for our March’s What Is It. We were hoping some musician out there might have recognized it.    The March’s What Is It is a 16” Hand Tuneable Bodhran. The Deep Pro Frame is in Mahogany. It is a handheld, shallow Irish drum with a single goatskin head, played with a stick. 1965-70 Irish Gaelic bodhran, […]

by · March 6, 2018 · 0 comments · What Is It?
Denver Postcard & Paper Ephemera Show: Celebrating 18 Years at Jeffco Fairgrounds

Denver Postcard & Paper Ephemera Show: Celebrating 18 Years at Jeffco Fairgrounds

   We’ve Expanded! After eighteen successful years of the Denver Postcard & Paper Ephemera Show we would like to announce the expansion of our May Show. Building on the success of the January show, the May show will offer up to fifty dealers selling thousands of Postcards, Paper Ephemera, Old Books, Maps, Calendars, Magazines, Bottles, Stamps, Postal History, Comics, Works of […]

by · March 6, 2018 · 0 comments · Feature Article
Pine Forest Spring Show and Sale

Pine Forest Spring Show and Sale

   Our annual Pine Forest Spring Show and Sale will be held Saturday, April 7 and Sunday, April 8 at Lewis Palmer High School. We promise it will be bigger and better than ever!    Now in it’s fourth decade, the show remains a fixture in the Monument area and retains many of the elements it’s known for — high-quality antiques, delicious […]

by · March 5, 2018 · 0 comments · Feature Article
Sporting Prints Once a Hot Collectible

Sporting Prints Once a Hot Collectible

By Anne Gilbert      During the 1920s and thirties English sporting prints were a status symbol and cost several hundred dollars. If you had the original oil prices were in the thousands. Hundreds of prints and restrikes were made, These days they are still being made and prices can range from $20 to $100 depending on the quality and the […]

by · February 8, 2018 · 0 comments · Feature Article
America’s Romance With Stoneware

America’s Romance With Stoneware

By Robert Reed      What began as a courtship of stoneware in early days of America became a full-fledged romance during the growing years of the country.    Stoneware, which had its origins in 16th century, became a very practical and attractive earthenware in England by the 17th century.    Being highly-fired and treated with common salt in the kiln process, the […]

by · February 8, 2018 · 0 comments · Feature Article