Cookie Jar Collecting

Cookie Jar Collecting

What’s in the Attic?Linda Hamer Kennett (reprinted with permission)In the late 1700’s the British needed a way to keep their tasty morsels fresh, so they invented the biscuit jar. It took about 125 years for this idea make it’s way across the Atlantic to...

1943 Denver Mint Lincoln Copper Penny

Paul Fraser Collectibles reports on the sale of a rare 1943 Lincoln penny: ‘World’s most valuable penny’ brings $1.7 million for charity in the US A famous, one-of-a-kind Lincoln cent from World War Two has been sold by a New Jersey coin dealer for a...

Fiesta Ware

What’s in the Attic? by Linda Hamer Kennett (reprinted with permission) In 1936 the Homer Laughin Pottery Company, in collaboration with English potter Frederick Hurten Rhead, introduced what would become the most popular dinnerware of the 20th century. Offered...