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Collectors get a bang out of vintage fireworks
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Beads provided art for Native American textiles
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Collectible cats come one, come all
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Slot cars of the 1960s gaining traction again
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‘There she is Miss America;’ pageant celebrates 100 years
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Ceramic Arts Studio wares still delight collectors
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Tobacco tin collectibles are not going up in smoke
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Johnny Lightning included smoke and ‘jet power’
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Ponytail items were perfect for back to school
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Nemadji pottery did its best to hide its Minnesota roots
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Colorful Bakelite still stylish and fun to collect
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Lincoln Logs have been building memories for decades
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Vintage cards can be the perfect way to say ‘Happy Birthday’
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Legend of Stingy Jack leads to a world of decorated pumpkins
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Collectors love rocking to beat of vintage jukeboxes
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The Bregant story: From Vaudeville to promoting candy
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Celebrating 400 years of giving thanks
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Nutcrackers have danced in our hearts for centuries
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Settle down for a Little Golden Christmas story
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Toast the holidays with Tom and Jerry
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Ceramic flare of Brastoff, Bellaire and Adams
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Collectors are falling for snow globes
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These boxes are definitely up to snuff
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Long overlooked; Southern antiques now command respect
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Music boxes continue to play beautiful tunes for collectors
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Crackle glass still sparkles in eyes of collectors
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You don’t have to feel the blues to play the harmonica
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Pattern glass still sparkles in the eyes of the collector
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Weathervanes have collectors pointed in the right direction
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Hop on down the bunny trail and find a collectible
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75 years after breaking color barrier Robinson still hits home run
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Hadley Pottery closing its doors after 80 years
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Not just another brick in the wall
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Industrial designers helped bring Art Deco into homes
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Athens Brick Company started in 1890. Today, their bricks can be found throughout the college town, used on everything from sidewalks to driveways, and reused in local building restoration....

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