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- REPORT: Grenade Purchased At Antique Mall Explodes And Kills Owner, Cops Searching For Others
Neither the vendor nor the buyer thought they were functioning or dangerous.
Daily Caller. Monday, 11 Jan 2021.
- Woman has a collection of more than 12,500 cuddly bears at her 'Teddy Rescue'
Tina Rush who ran an antique
shop in Pickering for 14 years, retired to focus on restoring teddy bears. She donates funds raised to Asthma UK, following the death of her 25-year-old daughter.
Daily Mail. Monday, 11 Jan 2021.
- Teenager Killed After Hand Grenade Bought at an Antique Mall Explodes
Officials said that more of the World War II-era grenades, which had been thought to be inactive, may have been sold this summer at an antiques
mall in North Carolina.
New York Times. Monday, 11 Jan 2021.
- Teen killed by WWII-era MK2 hand grenade from North Carolina antique mall
Authorities did not reveal the identity of the teen, who was said to have died when the MK2 grenade detonated two days before Christmas on December 23 in Abingdon, Virginia.
Daily Mail. Sunday, 10 Jan 2021.
- Antique 1913 cash register returned to original owners at family owned Chicago jewelry store
Marshall Pierce & Co. is one of Chicago's oldest family owned jewelry stores, and for Christmas this year they got back their original store's cash register from 1913.
ABC News. Tuesday, 29 Dec 2020.
- £20,000 watch given as gift by ex-US president stolen in London
A pocket watch worth up to £20,000 that was given as a gift by former US president Woodrow Wilson has been stolen from a London antiques
Sky News. Tuesday, 15 Dec 2020.
- Illinois man, 81, uses antique walking stick to beat thieves
The suspects posed as utility workers, using access to the house to allow more of their associates in.
Fox News. Friday, 20 Nov 2020.
- Only One Factory in North America Still Makes Washboards, and They Are Flying Off of Shelves
Sales of the antique
tools have boosted since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, with people wanting to avoid a trip to the laundromat
Smithsonian. Wednesday, 11 Nov 2020.
- Auction platforms bring hammer down on London listing plan
The owner of some of Britain's biggest online auction platforms and the Antiques
Trade Gazette is drawing up plans for a bumper London flotation next year amid a spike in demand during the coronavirus pandemic.
Sky News. Friday, 16 Oct 2020.
- The Coronavirus Continues To Wreak Havoc On Jewelry Trade Fair Schedules
Vicenzaoro was held in September as planned but the pandemic has caused the recent cancelations of The Jewellery Cut Live and the Istanbul Jewelry Show, and led to the dates of the 2021 Original Miami Beach Antique
Show to be moved.
Forbes. Wednesday, 23 Sep 2020.
- The Latest Rare Bourbon Releases From The Makers Of Pappy Van Winkle Whiskey
A first look at this year's lineup of the Buffalo Trace Antique
Forbes. Wednesday, 9 Sep 2020.
- Antique 'vampire slaying kit' includes Bible and crucifixes, slated to go up for auction
wooden box described as a "vampire slaying kit" is slated to go up for auction later this month.
Fox News. Wednesday, 15 Jul 2020.
- Indiana Jones Ark of the Covenant could be worth a face-melting $250k - CNET
Roadshow sheds light on the pyrotechnic prototype, which was made from picture frames and trophies.
CNET. Tuesday, 25 Feb 2020.
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