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My passion for all things Olympic started during the 1972 Munich Summer Olympics at the tender age of 10. Those Munich Olympics was where I was bitten by the Olympic collecting bug. Since 1972 I estimate that I have probably been involved in over 1200 Olympic trades in one shape or form. This website pays homage to the Olympics and my love for the Games. The contents of this site illustrate...
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Stamp collecting demystified by a collector turned dealer. Stamp resources for selling, valuing and collecting. I’ve got to confess I will try to influence you to join the best hobby in the world. Prepare to be tempted...and I can't control where life will take you if you catch the bug and start spending your Friday nights flipping through stamp albums! Please let me know what you think,...
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Learn how to collect rare gold coins, rare silver dollars, and U.S. rare coins for fun and profit. This Rare Coin University site was designed to help teach people who are just getting started, or need help, collecting and trading Rare Coins. It will act as a helpful guide on how to buy and sell...
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Over the last few years, collecting vintage Weller pottery has become very popular. Many people find a Weller pottery vase or planter and pick up the collecting bug. Eventually, they want to learn more about the manufacturer, so here is a brief history of the Weller Pottery Company. Samuel Weller...
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Utah Butterflies, Raising Butterflies, Finding Utah Butterflies, Utah Bug Club, Caterpillars, Monarchs, Utah Lepidopterists' Society. In 2011, Utah Bug Club became the original charter organization to partner with The Lepidopterists' Society through the Outernet Project. By joining Utah Bug Club...
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One uniqueness of this collection is it came from two brothers who shared, not only in their love of comics, but also shared their collection with each other (something I was not able to do with my siblings) for over 50 years. The Boland brothers grew up in Cleveland, Ohio and began buying comics off the newsstand in the early 1960s, the very best time to read comics because that was the dawn...
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The Butterfly Garden offers a nature-inspired educational experience for children age 3 - 6 years old (7 and 8 year olds may join us in the summer). While creativity and imagination take the place of formal academics, learning is always taking place. Indeed, nature is a magical place for learning! Gardening, nature walks, bug-collecting, nature-inspired art, and forest explorations. Experience...
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Was founded in Tucson, Arizona by two gents, Kevin and James, with much help from our beloved four legged folk art friend's Jack and Artie! The Arte de la Vida 'collecting' bug started about 15 years ago and has been nurtured over many years of driving across the Southwestern states 'hunting' for goods to add to our collection. We finally got the 'selling' bug and happily decided to open our...
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The 2016 SPAH convention in San Antonio, Texas was yet another unique harmonica experience. Thank you to all the volunteers, performers, seminar presenters, vendors and attendees who contributed to its success. If you have photos and stories to share, please contact the SPAH Board or staff members. You've seen him at the SPAH conventions and may have jammed with him in the halls. Slim Heilpern...
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"I was first attracted to coins when I was a young boy, there was an older lady down the street, she had a big bag full of old pennies, they were huge. I would sort and look at them each time we visited. My first start in my own collection was a set of Olympic coins. I have all the circulation pennies back to 1930s. My favourite now...my $100 Gold coin." J. McEwen - Numismatic, Kingston,...
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