In the age of Internet, why did we decide to name a website The Collectors Weekly? I could come up with some fancy reason, but the truth is – it was available. And it also sort of fits. My collecting bug seems to surface once a week, from Friday to Monday. That’s when I have time to search eBay, go to shows, research stuff I’ve bought, and get all excited about a new find. I’m also an old newspaper guy, so I liked the newspaper-style name. And we do plan to offer weekly content such as guest columns and news in the near future. What would you like to see on The Collectors Weekly? Leave a comment below and let us know…. thanks!
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