Category Archive: Investing

News and information about investing and the collector's market.

Jul 21

Mineola… Lots to see and do!

Mineola

Mineola is on TX-80 1.5 hrs East of Dallas, or just 34 minutes North of Tyler on TX-69. This beautiful Downtown has lots to do and see. Don’t miss: The Ponderosa Gun Shop with unique collectible firearms and more Uniques & Antiques, The largest Antique Mall in Mineola just off Broadway on Line St. Stonewall …

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Jun 21

Antique, Primitive, Vintage, Retro & Collectible

Tip: What are the Differences Between: Antique, Primitive, Vintage, Retro & Collectible An “Antique” is an item 100 years old or older that is of considerable value due to age, condition and historical value. A “Primitive” is usually a hand-made piece made out of necessity by early settlers such as a churn, table or utility …

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Jun 19

Big Sandy … Hawkins… Holly Lake

Hestand

You’ll want to visit Big Sandy on a Saturday, because Saxon Auctions: The Longest Running Auction in the State of Texas happens every Saturday night at 6:30pm. To get there, head East of 80 and when you get to the lake in Big Sandy, look on the North hill to see the auction barn. The …

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Jun 17

Mineola…

Ponderosa

Mineola is on TX-80 1.5 hrs East of Dallas, or just 34 minutes North of Tyler on TX-69. This beautiful Downtown has lots to do and see. Don’t miss: The Ponderosa Gun Shop with unique collectible firearms and more. Uniques & Antiques, The largest Antique Mall in Mineola just off Broadway on Line St. Stonewall …

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May 13

Stonewall Jackson’s: Armory and World Coin Gallery Open for Business in Mineola – Free Offer!

Dime

  The Grand Opening of Stonewall Jackson’s Armory and World Coin Gallery was held Saturday April 13 in Downtown Mineola featuring a live art performance by Jared Watson, “the silver man,” live interviews on KMOO and more than 1,000 Morgan silver dollars. Whether you are new to coin collecting or a seasoned veteran, this new …

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Sep 05

1960s Vintage Guitar Collecting Regardless of your Budget

In the early 1960s having an electric guitar in your home was rare. The Beatles – and of course others – stopped all that. Suddenly, electric guitars were #1 on every kids Christmas list. Guitars made in the USA (Fender, Gibson, Gretsch, Rickenbacker…) were too expensive for most parents to buy. So the foreign instrument …

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Sep 04

Investing in Rock-n-Roll; Memorabilia and Collectibles – What you should know

Collecting historically significant rock-n-roll items has definitely turned from a fan’s hobby into a lucrative investment opportunity. But, if you are just getting into the game, here are a few suggestions to help you make the most of your investments.1. Supply & DemandAutographed memorabilia is a great collectible. It is limited just by the fact …

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