We’re not talking about Brian and Leon – – – we’re talking about small figures that wiggle their heads. (I guess maybe we are talking about Brian and Leon).  They’re called bobbing heads, wobblers, or bobbleheads. Sports bobbleheads first appeared on the baseball scene in the 1950’s.  They were paper mache figures, about four or […]

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Baseball cards — You can collect them.  You can swap them.  And if you’re lucky, you can sell them for big bucks;  as along as you know what to look for. The “mother” of all baseball cards is the Honus Wagner T-206 tobacco card. Tobacco card?  That’s right tobacco! The first baseball cards didn’t come […]

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Some collectibles come and go, but depression glass has held its own since it was first produced during the late 1920’s and continuing into the 1940’s. Some acquire it for its color or pattern; some collect it for nostalgic memories of “grandma’s cupboard”. Whatever the reason, it remains very popular in the world of collectables. […]

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