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Set of GAF Talking View Master Reels.
Sample of military reel
GAF Talking View Master with reels.
B Model View Master for military use.
Founders of View Master.
Most of the antique collection of Lisa Mederos is up for silent auction at Merchant Square Antique Marketplace in Chandler. Mederos, 47, was shot and killed in Gilbert on May 1. Bidding for the items ends at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, July 31. [Photo courtesy of Merchant Square]
"Antiques Roadshow," the hit traveling appraisal program broadcast on public television, is coming to the Valley next month, but don't dig grandpa's baseball cards out of the crawl space or pull that weird old painting off the wall just yet.
A guest at the Grand Rapids, Mich., "Antiques Roadshow" taping is thrilled to discover the market for this pastoral 1881 oil painting by noted Hudson River School artist Jasper Cropsey has exploded in the last three decades. The owner’s brother-in-law purchased the painting for $7,000 in the 1970s, and today, appraiser Debra Force values the piece at a stunning $300,000. The PBS show comes to Phoenix Aug. 1.
Shop for everything from glassware, pottery, toys, coins, jewelry to furniture and military memorabilia during the Phoenix Antique Market.
October 30, 2004
After her father passed away, Tamara Becerra took an interest in preserving family heirlooms that had been passed down over many generations. Though the collectibles have always been a memory of her father and a trip down memory lane, Becerra concedes she’s never really understood the complete back story of where a Colonial Era-style blanket and several Dutch chargers in her possession originated.
Relationships make a man do funny things. Like find himself wandering the streets of downtown Miami, Ariz., on an idle Saturday, junk-hunting with his sweetie in the state’s sleepy mecca of used stuff.
We stumbled into this retro fantasia -- Soda Pop\'s -- and found Charlie McCarthy dummies, tube radios and more.
Glasses are lined neatly one after the other, grouped together by pattern. Wine glasses, champagne flutes, goblets, tumblers — some colored, cut or etched — fill the cabinets that line all of the walls of The Glass Urn in Mesa.
The Ohio Valley Refinery & Roadshow will be in the West Valley for five days next week with experts ready to take a look at and buy gold, silver, antiques and rare collectibles.
Valley fans of “Antiques Roadshow” can start looking around their house for those unusual and rare treasures, because the popular PBS antiques appraisal show is coming to Phoenix Aug. 1.
Those Were the Days!, a 35-year-old antique store and fixture in downtown Tempe, closed its doors today.
People walk past Those Were The Days!, a 35-year-old antique store that will be closing soon on Mill Avenue in downtown Tempe.
L to R: Matt Randolph, Melissa Fischer talk with Vic Linoff the owner of Those Were The Days!, a 35-year-old antique store on Mill Avenue in downtown Tempe.
People collect everything — busts of Elvis Presley, frog salt and pepper shakers, Mickey Mouse phones — and somehow all of it seems to end up in Miami, Ariz.
Antique season is about to begin in Miami. The shops lining Sullivan Street are open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.
I don’t have much of a green thumb; as a matter of fact it’s kind of scary what happens to even the hardiest perennials once put under my care. The digging and planting at the beginning of the growing season go quite well. But my enthusiasm wanes as the first heady weeks pass and I forget about the weeding and watering.
Make a simple flower pot holder and add authentic touches of age to terra-cotta pots with white and green paint.