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Artifacts on TV – American Restoration
This series, featuring Rick’s Restoration in Las Vegas, provides a glimpse into the complicated and often pricey world of antique repair and restoration.
Arlington National Cemetery
Every American should visit this amazing historical site. Did you know the property was owned by the adopted grandson of George Washington, whose daughter married Robert E. Lee?
Archives on TV – Who Do You Think You Are?
Archives, libraries and museums figure prominently on the hit NBC show Who Do You Think You Are? The series traces the genealogy of celebrities, often with surprising results.
It can be very confusing to find the correct products for preserving your heirlooms. Here is a guide to the major suppliers to help make shopping for archival supplies easier!
Archival Photo Albums
Do you have boxes of old photographs shoved in a closet? Get them out and create a one-of-a-kind holiday gift for that special friend or family member!
Antique Spotlight – Wedgwood and Royal Doulton
Wedgwood and Royal Doulton are two of the most prominent Staffordshire china manufacturers.
Antique Spotlight – Victorian Hair Jewelry
No, I’m not talking about jewelry you wear in your hair. I’m talking about jewelry that’s MADE out of hair!
Antique Spotlight – The Ford Model A
The Model A made its public debut on December 2, 1927, replacing the Model T. Many museum car collections feature a Model A.
Antique Spotlight – Staffordshire Pottery
Just like Limoges, Staffordshire refers to a region in England. Over the years, many different manufacturers have created beautiful china in Staffordshire
Antique Spotlight – Majolica
Majolica china is known for its boldly colored natural themes. People either love it or hate it!
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