One of the great things about my job is that I am always learning new things and discovering new resources that are available to collectors. Recently, I was contacted by a publication I was not familiar with-The Collectors Weekly- to do an interview about
This on-line, free newsletter covers the entire spectrum of collectibles from glass and furniture to stamps and coins. It is very inclusive and offers something for anybody who is a collector.There is a special section of the newsletter that is devoted to
One of the outstanding features of this site is their coverage of eBay auctions. If you ever have tried to browse through eBay offerings about
I do receive lots of comments on the blog requesting evaluations of items they hold. As long term readers know, I am unable to provide individual appraisals but try to use the posts to talk about trends in the marketplace and to highlight specific auctions.The Collectors Weekly site is the closest thing you will find to an instant appraisal. Even the best researched, most complete price guide is dated from the moment it is published. To see real values ina a real auction environment, the eBay tracker is tough to beat.
I should also note that the Weekly has selected this blog for their Hall of Fame. I am greatly appreciative of this recognition.
I would love to hear your impressions of this site after you have visited.
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