Tag Archive: history

May 15

The Art Behind Music Memorabilia: Collections of a Roadie

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Backstage passes include great images and historical facts. Did you know Guns and Roses and The Rolling Stones played a tour together? Also check out ticket stubs, and posters that contain amazing photos taken of Jimi Hendrix, Van Halen, early ZZ Top and more. Records have always retained some sort of value, not just for …

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May 14

Key Antiques & Collectibles opens in Tyler with a warehouse full of treasures!

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  Key Antiques & Collectibles Buy and Sell Antiques & Select Consignments Antiques, Collectibles, Lamps, Signs, Toys, Quilts, Jewelry, China, Head Vases, Singer Sewing Machines, Furniture, Art, Primitives, Garden, Décor, Glassware: Vaseline, Fenton, Blenko, Pilgrim and more … A HUGE Selection to browse both inside and outside their spacious warehouse! NOW OPEN Wed – Fri …

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May 11

Ye Olde City Antique Mall and Market Spring Fling Just in Time for Mother’s Day

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May 9-11 Tyler’s Ye Olde City Antique Mall and Market Spring Fling Sale is happening now. Stop in today to find the perfect gift for Mother’s Day, or something special for yourself. 10a-5p at 302 E. Locust Tyler, TX 75702 Call 903-705-1145 (Mall) or 903-705-1144 (Market) www.oldcitytyler.com

May 08

Uniques & Antiques: The Biggest Antique Mall in Mineola, Texas

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  If you are antiquing in Mineola, TX and you stay on Highway 80, you’ll miss the biggest antique mall in the area. On Line street just a block toward the railroad tracks from Highway 80 is Uniques and Antiques. This mall features everything from Early American and European antiques to vintage pop culture memorabilia …

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May 07

Around East Texas… Pittsburg

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Spend the Day in Historic Downtown Pittsburg Texas with its charming main street of restaurants, museums, attractions and ample antique shopping.   The Ice House  – Start your stroll at the north end of Downtown at 149 Quitman. This thrift shop is actually a non-profit operation benefiting Cypress Basin Hospice.         Rick’s …

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Jan 21

Copper isn’t the only valuable piece of wire.

"Barb" photo by Andrew Kirby

Since its beginning in the late 1860, there have been more than 500 barbed wire patents granted. Varieties include just about anything a creative farmer or rancher could invent to better keep his property safe and secure.   Collecting rare barbed wire can prove to be a true treasure hunt. Interesting samples can be found …

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Oct 17

Digging up History

While looking for antiques and collectibles at Canton First Monday Trade Days in East Texas, we came across a historian we had met before at Buchannan’s Market in Lewisville held each third weekend (next show is Oct 20-21, 2012). Scott Freeland, author of “They Too Were Americans: The German-American Bund in Words, Photos and Artifacts,”  …

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