I have this circa 1910 Oak parlour table in amazing unrestored condition. It is about 33 inches tall by 28 inches wide and 19 inches deep. I am testing how well my blog and collectordude following is going, so as a test, the first person who contacts me can have this incredible table for $75. Just email me or text me, there's only one. This table will sell at auction for up to $275
Since most of you ladies probably don't wear your pearls on a daily basis (unless you're June Cleaver), I'm sure a lot of you store them away for that special occasion. Just a tip...do not! store them in a safety deposit box. The metal that is used in the banks deposit boxes will react to the pearls and discolour and devalue them. You're welcome
Bet you didn't know... one of the things that I love to do is help people find stuff. Stuff for their collections, stuff to match a set of dishes, stuff that is rare, stuff they don't have time to find.
Since my real honest to goodness job is a private investigator, one of my skills is the ability to research and source. I have therefore become ..ta da!...the Sourcerer. (Adele's name, good one eh). So in addition to buying, selling, trading, consigning and advising I am now adding one more service to my collector friends.
If you need that impossible to find butter dish from your granny's 18th century Limoge china set, give me a call. Or you can't find that original 8 track for your 1965 Mustang (they are out there), I'm the guy. So keep it in mind if you or a friend are trying to find that one of a kind. It's what I do.
In honor of the State of the Union Address, here it is.
Collecting presidential memorabilia is one of the most popular branches in the field. If you can't afford to own a signature, a personally used pen or every poster ever used in their election campaign, you can own the famous Obama Paper Dolls. You're welcome
A collector of everything. I know a little about a lot, and a lot about a little. But!! I know where to find it!.