It’s hard to list everything that I want to buy. I have broad and varied interests; all over the map.
But if you have items that you want to get rid of, contact me. And keep in mind that I’ll pay you to let me clean out your attic, storage building, barn, basement, garage and out-buildings.
I’ll be glad to discuss it with you on the phone or via email first, if that’s your preference.
Here’s a good running list to start with. I’m always interested in any and all of these items:
- Morgan silver dollars
- 5/10&20 dollar gold pieces
- Piles of silver coins
- Indian head pennies
- Edgefield pottery
- Dave the slave pottery
- Civil war swords, hats and buttons
- WWII helmets, bayonets, and patches
- old fishing lures
- hunting knives
- Coke and gasoline signs
- Shenandoah valley corner cupboard
- Wythe county pie safe
Always looking for:
This cast iron grave marker has exquisite detail.
Finding a piece like this makes my job the best job in the world.
Cast iron was popular to use for grave markers during the 1800s. It was relatively inexpensive and durable.
Click on the photograph to enlarge it so you can really see it.
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