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RSS Feeds are a great way to let I An
tique Online members know what is happening with your blog or Etsy Store and has a million other uses beyond that.
RSS Stands for Really Simply Syndication and just like big newspapers syndicate content from the Associated Press, you are allowing your profile to syndicate content from somewhere else on the web, be it a Twitter account, a web page or even CNN.
RSS Allows you to automate the posting of this information…
I wanted to add a quick blurb on adding widgets to your
profile page, it is actually quite easy but can be VERY frustrating if you are not familiar with how it works.
This is a basic primer, if anyone has a specific issue that this does not address, please feel free to shoot me a note off list.
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Through the years I have been very fortunate to know many antique dealers.
Before the show , Pickers , was created , and before the Internet , antique dealers were actually pickers for their customers.
This blog is dedicated to a wise antique dealer that knew I collected antique toys.
He was very knowledgeable of fine antiques , not the usual. His booth was…
CINCINNATI -- The late, great Cincinnati Red Jake Daubert's 1919 World Championship pin, forerunner to today's World Series rings, is going up for auction.
It is only the fourth 1919 pin to come to light. And it has cast a fresh glow on the former Reds first baseman.
Daubert's 1919 pin goes up for auction in April, and is expected to fetch upwards of $17,000.
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There are reasons some people would rather browse through an antique show
than go to a store with all-new merchandise.
To me its, what is the story on this piece, read more here
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click on the link below...it's a short blog that just might change the way you think about youtube, and it might change your life to back to feeling like a kid again
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click the link to read the short but very up beat positive blog
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I admit I wrote this, however, it does sum up the shows that are now on TV. If anyone knows of any that I missed, please let me know. If you follow the link to the article there are links in the article to each show.
I'm glad this coming back on TV again makes me feel like collecting again.
Does anyone collect snuff bottles???
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Here is my Plug for the Packers, Yes I am a Cheese Head :)
EBAY INC.had 60,092 Packers items offered for sale a day after Green Bay defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers 31-25 in the Super Bowl.
The highest-priced piece on the online auction site was Willie Wood’s 1989 National Football League Hall of Fame induction ring, listed at $2.75 million. Wood, 74, was a free safety for the Packers in 1960-1971, playing in…Continue
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AuctionBytes kicked off a new Quick Poll feature on Facebook, an informal look at issues of interest to online sellers. Last week, we polled readers on the law requiring PayPal and payment processors to report transactions to the IRS, and this week
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A Chicago antique expert is in the valley today, hunting for old treasures at a senior center. Did he find anything of value?
Gary Piattoni knows antiques. He's on PBS' Antiques Roadshow, has appeared on Oprah, and is a former Christie's Auction House specialist.
To see what Gary has to say click here fox news
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