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Holy utility belt Batman: $16,940 paid for iconic toy
LOS ANGELES, Calif. — A Batman utility belt set a record recently when Van Eaton Galleries hosted a sale of pop culture items. The most sought after of all 1960s Batman collectibles, the rare Official Batman Utility Belt manufactured by Ideal (1966) sold for a record $16,940. Van Eaton Galleries says this is the highest price ever paid for a vintage Batman toy.
2/11/2021
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Value of jigsawed artwork not puzzling to collectors
Chances are good that many Americans spent an hour or two at the dining room table this winter, putting the pieces to a jigsaw together. Chances are also good that most don’t know there’s money to be made from certain scrambled pieces of cardboard or plywood.
2/18/2021
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Value of sheet music rests in cross-over collecting appeal
2/18/2021
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Museum looks at how every day objects have changed through the years
MILDFORD, Del. (AP) -- Local history buffs looking for something fresh to do can check out the new “Then and Now” exhibit at the Milford Museum. Director Claudia Leister has gathered dozens of objects owned by Milford residents to show how consumer goods, most of which are from the 20th century, have changed over time.
2/18/2021
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Women were voting prior to the 19th Amendment
2/18/2021
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Lamps will shine bright when Moran sells Schneider collection
2/18/2021
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Model train show coming to Golden Nugget Antique Market
2/26/2021
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