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I am an avid collector and has been for quite some time. I am a retired worker of New York State. Received a BA at C C N Y and MA at L I U. I am originally from HenI am an avid collector and has been for quite some time. I am a retired worker of New York State. Received a BA at C C N Y and MA at L I U. I am originally from Hendersonville, North Carolina as I was born on July 16 in Augusta, Ga. I consider myself a world traveler and I have collected items from West Africa, France and thorough-out the eastern part of the U. S. My passion so far as collecting is concerned was black memorabilia. Never the less, I have grew fund of antiques and collectibles and rescued whatever I can. Thus far, I have collected almost everything from African Art to Zenith radios. To locate an antique and or collectibles is the easy part. But, the most rewarding part come with the research and information obtained afterward. Fortunately, I was lucky in seeking expertise in so far as collecting true antiques. I surround myself with individuals who were trust worthy and willing to educate. Therefore, if you have a desire to be decorate with antiques and collectibles. It is imperative that you purchase only from those dealers that are willing to educate as well as guarantee you that the item is antique. (Read more)

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CHINESE BRONZE CHARGER - Asianin Asian
UNIQUE TURQUOISE & SILVER THUNDERBIRD NECKLACE - Native Americanin Native American
unknown antique - Folk Artin Folk Art
Antique Miniature Upholstered Bench - Furniturein Furniture
Antique Spice Chest - Furniturein Furniture
BENJAMIN HOFFMAN ABRAMOWITZ's Abstract  Painting 
PIERRE RENOIR's ETCHING (1988) - Posters and Printsin Posters and Prints
AN ORIGINAL 41st ANNUAL INTER - TRIBAL INDIAN CEREMONIAL (LOUIE EWING) POSTER - Posters and Printsin Posters and Prints
AN ORIGINAL AMERICAN INDIAN (Louie Ewing)  CEREMONAL POSTER - Posters and Printsin Posters and Prints
ORIGINAL SILVER SCULPTOR (HORSES) BY ROBAZZA - Sterling Silverin Sterling Silver

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  1. Thanks to all. I have included more pics, including clasp
  2. The item is intricately carved on all sides. Therefore, the notion that it is a decorative part of a crown ceiling isn't particular. Seversl years ago, I took this item to the Antique Roadshow and th...
  3. Thank you much. ..
  4. Stunning! This is a great collection. I love the colors and hsve attempted to collect sd such for many years. However, I couldn't acquire the knowledge sd to what is as opposed to what isn't.
  5. Thanks. They are just the tip of the iceberg. I have so much. And it may be time to trade and or downsize. Bedides, these things I want and really have no nead. My collections are getting out of hand...
  6. I have seen this item before. My son's grandfather was smerchant marine who travel extensively to China, Japan and other parts of the Orient. He is 90 years young. And according to him, this item is ...
  7. I am happy to share information as such. In fact, I have so many of these items that on many occasions it is necessary that I desensitize myself after looking over my collection. On occasion, I will ...
  8. Thanks to all. I got precisely what I expected. I am well aware that this is s topic that goes deep into the souls of so many. However, it must not be forgotten. Only through unification can we save ...
  9. It was around 2004, O opened an antique store in the South Bronx located on Bruckner Boulevard .It was around that time to the infamous Bill Cosby came to my store. And while browsing through some of ...
  10. Thank you much. I will address the issue as soon as I am able to get to my laptop. The most recent items were uploaded from my cell.
  11. Thank you much.....
  12. Thank you much, each and everyone of whom have so graciously commented and or responded with information that provides positive reinforcement.
  13. Thank you all for the love, like and interest in this and all items listed. It's a pleasure to provide information obtained pertaining to the items I acquire from time to time as well as the items I h...
  14. I concur, Thank you much
  15. Thank you much. Tis good to know that information saught is sure to be gained.
  16. Ah ha.....another posibility. But, uncertainity continues. Johann Gunther Bornemann (1757-1815) He was from the city of Gottingen was also active in Hamburg and Lobeck. His portraits are in the coll...
  17. Very nice........... In the collectibles and antique industry, toleware refers to kitchen-related objects created from metal, typically tin or thin steel, and are often in decorative styles such as A...
  18. Nice .......After looking at the item, my consenses is that the item is more than likely a type of ivoryThe patina give the appearance of being circa late 19th or early 20th centuy. The item has a pon...
  19. Thank you much, the o's are the same and the a is bit different than the o.
  20. After minimal research, I came upon the artist Johann Gunther Bornemann (1757 - c.1815). Comments please.
  21. thank you much. I try my best with what little expertise and funds I may have. Truthfully, I have been lucky to be in the right place and time. And not to boast, but I am blessed. None of this would ...
  22. As special thanks to vetraio50. It's apparent that you are a "Renaissance man". That being said, you could know almost everything about many topics. Thank you much..................... Thank you m...
  23. Thank you much. Will look into the matter asap.
  24. Thank you much. Nice to know.......
  25. Thank you much. I will investigate asap.
  26. It is called a Jacobean Chair (barley twist). I posted a chair recently upholstered a few moments ago. The item can be seen along with the history of the Jocobean with this link http://www.collectorsw...
  27. According to information obtained the scrolls were painted by Sadanobu Hasegawa (1809-1879). He was appupil of Shijo painter Ueda Kocho, a pupil of Sadamasu Vtagawa and the OSAKA SCHOOL. He had master...
  28. Thanks very much, I try to research, locate, acquire, collect, trade and, sell the best.
  29. Thank you much.........
  30. Thanks to individuals like you who posses the knowledge and expertise, people like me can better understand the true history of items we collect. Thus making the hobby of collecting worth while. You h...
  31. Thank you much..........
  32. There are various types of carpets and or rugs from serveral regions of the middle east. The can be classified by the different regions. For the most part, they are referred to as persian rugs. Persia...
  33. These glasses in particular are made by Stevens and Williams, c. 1890 commonly referred to as Hock Glass. They are crystal cut etched glasses. The replacement value for each is $60. and up per glass...
  34. The unsolved mystery has to do with the fact that the wanyugo mask was one of four different types given to me by an elder who is said to be 103 years old in 2007. In doing so, he promised that he wou...
  35. This item is most definitely black Americana. judging from it's color, it is probably from around the 1960's or 70's. History tells us that most of the earlier figures were extremely dark containing g...
  36. The most overlooked and yet the rarest antique in the victorian homes are the stain glass windows. They are often overlooked and destroyed during restorations and or demolitions. As so far as stain g...
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