Hobbies & Collectibles

Hobbies and Collectibles has to do with things people do because they enjoy doing them; and includes such activities as collecting art, camping and hiking, crafting with wood or other materials, and collecting everything from coins to comic books and dolls to stamps. Whether you have a postcard that you want to know the value of or want to know where you can purchase a highly-prized collectible, how to plant a garden or something about your favorite craft, you can ask your question here.
It's worth 10 cents in Canada.
They used cameras as well to capture scenes and then paint up afterplus many used the cameras as a portrait capture as well. Paintinghas not gone away
"According to a list I have, your gun was made in 1928. Its very hard to predict what it might be worth. I would go to gunbroker.com and look up Fox Sterlingworths. They usually have any number up for bids and you can look for one similar to yours to get an idea of what they are going for. Don't...
be, kind no nonsense respect let other people talk DO NOT USE THE EMERGENCY CHANNEL(S) (unless it is an emergency) if they do not answer straight away, they may be busy, so justwait, and in 3-5 minutes if there is no reply, you can try again. if you need help with the radio operating, do not ask...
Garage sale, want ad, pawn shop, on line auction, gun shop, gun show
NO, but if u want the real swarovski that is worth the money, then u should go to the Swarovski store, or simply go to swarovski.com, but if u just want fake and cute style, dsk has many more choices...
One end of armature winding is connected to terminal T 1 and the other to a spring, which is mounted on a soft iron strip. Arod is attached to the armature and the free end of the rod carriesa small hammer, which strikes a bell. A very light spring isattached to a screw, which is joined to terminal...
The blue seal indicates your bill is a silver certificate, a formof paper money issued until the early 1960s. However there were no1923 A $1 silver certificates printed, only 1923. If that's whatyou have, as of 11/2014 approximate prices are: Circulated : $6 to $35 depending on the bill's...
depends on the condition 200-750
For a nominal fee of @ $40, Browning will provide a letter.
No published sn data I know of.
mainly oil on canvas or gouache on pape (he also did many printsand designed)
The women wear a blouse called a huipilli, and wore skirts called cueitl. . The men wore cloth that went around there waist. . Men & women were required to wear sandals. Te poor went bare foot. . i love shaeane
Sadly I have no idea the current value, but I'm the craftsman that modeled the sculpture.
Generally online only, unless you find one at a yard sale or flea market.
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Most digital cameras use . MOV format which is not compatible with Windows Movie Maker. You will need to download and install a video converter (available free online... just Google it). Once you have a video converter installed, locate the camera media you wish to convert and add it to the...
Given the right set of circumstances, yes.
E40's networth is $700,000.
It depends how thick you want it. The thinner you want it, the moreyou'll get, and vice versa if you want thicker.
It is called a 'ruff', and was worn in Western Europe between the mid-sixteenth century to the mid-seventeenth.
a kind of pale mint green
Grover Cleveland. I keep that in my pocket daily.
The only nickels that ever contained any silver were the famous "war nickels" struck from mid-1942 to the end of 1945. They're distinguished by a gray color when tarnished and by the presence of a very large mint mark letter over the dome of Monticello.
Check on the back to see if it has a mint mark letter. Numismedia lists the following approximate retail values as of 01/2010: No mint mark (Philadelphia): Very worn condition - $2200 Moderately worn - $4380 Slightly worn - $5720 Almost no wear - $15,632 Uncirculated - $29,380 to $168...
Newspaper is made of paper. Only fine paper has cotton fibers.
Usually went by names not model numbers.
people died in paris attacks
Selling Baseball Cards If you sell your baseball cards to a dealer you will only get about half the market value, more or less depending on the popularity of the card, and the length of time the dealer thinks it would take to resell. To get the true market value (book value) you would want to sell...
It usually means you can shoot 3 bbs at a time, and shoot continuously by holding the trigger and just racking the shotgun back and forth.
not as easy to rip
I've seen High Standard 28ga shotguns go for $300-$359
Please check your coin again and post a new, separate question withthe name of the country that issued it. Several countries use pesosas their currency.
No. People will still need the service.
The answer is a definite no, yes, and maybe. It all depends on thecoins' rarities. Denver often minted more coins in a given year than San Francisco,but sometimes the opposite was true. Also over time coins may havebeen lost, damaged, or melted which affects the number availableversus their...
More information is needed to make an accurate valuation. If the coin is about the size of a quarter and has either a picture of Sacagawea or a US president on the front, it's a modern $1 coin made of brass, not gold, and is worth exactly one dollar. Feel free to spend it - billions have been made.
Some online stores still sell polaroid film. I recommend B&H.Go to bhphotovideo.com and I'm sure you'll find some there.
In all lower values they have the same value. Is values above MS60the 1945-S takes a higher value.
I've seen this. My grandma is from Peru and taught me how.Basically you use this thing that looks a lot like a tall spinner.First you have to stretch the wool. Then put where it begins on thetop where the spinner spins. When you start spinning you have to make sure your stretching thewool as you go....
No. But there are revolvers made to shoot .410 shells that alsofire .45 Colt cartridges,
I am not quite sure but heard it was around the $140 area. If I ammistaken I would like to be rectified by other m
if you dont know that then you should not own it.... the barrelshould break over and you load it there
No, it's a rimfire round.
The value of stamps varies. It is doubtful because stamps were issued in large enough quantities during that time frame that they are not overly valuable. However, there are exceptions and these are worth learning about. Consult a good stamp catalog, either online or at your library, to learn...
5K all day long in 100% condition with factory case
The model 721 was produced from 1948 to 1962
2¢ - Scott #707 The likeness of Washington by Gilbert Stuart from apainting made at Germantown, Pa., in 1796, known as the Atheneumportrait, the original of which is now in the Boston Museum of FineArts. (4,222,198,300 issued) The bicentennial stamps were first placed on sale January 1, 1932,at...
Current retail value is $9.00 issue price was $9.00
I'm not 100% sure values change all the time check cointracker.comthat has the best results
3 times longer than 1 meter.. 1 meter is almost the same length of a Yard stick. 1 meter = ~37.5 inches 1 Yard = 36 inches
The first US quarters were made in 1796. Please check again and post a new question.
There are a range of coins it could be, so if you write thedescription of the coin into a website called Numista it shouldcome up with an accurate search result :)
The intrinsic value of a 1952 penny would be 0.93 cents at theapproximate current value of copper. . As for its numismatic value, that varies from year to year.Currently it might be worth as much as $4.00 in excellentcondition, otherwise it might be worth around fifteen cents.
Steyr And Sako, Sterling, Stevens, Springfield, Savage, Sauer, Sedgeley, Star, Stoeger, Squires Bingham, the military SKS- and my favorite- Smith & Wesson.
Yes, many. > Any dime dated 1964 or earlier is made of a 90% silver alloyso its melt value is about 0.07 times the current price of 1 troyounce of silver. > Early-date Roosevelt dimes and nearly all Mercury dimes have acollector value of at least $2 or $3. Mercury dimes' values can beconsiderably...
in mint condition id say somwhere around the 4,000 dollars in MINTif its been used and not in mint id say about 400 dollars
Use either a proprietary polish made specially for wood, or usebeeswax and rub in with a cloth pad.
You will want to place fabric, bias tape, or interfacing on the topand bottom of your sweater edges, so the fibers do not get caughtin your feed or in your sewing needle.
does your question deal with selling. if so, you will need name ofgun maker, caliber and overall condition.
75-150 based on condition
The following is quoted from www.coinfacts.com, a site operated by PCGS: . Called the "King of Morgan Dollars", the 1895 is one of the most desirable and sought-after dates in the series. Although Mint records indicate a mintage of 12,000 circulation strikes, experts believe that only 880 Proofs...
100 to multiple thousands depending on specifics
Exchange rates change every day so any specific answer posted herebecomes out of date almost immediately. As of 04 Feb 2015, 100Jamaican dollars is only worth about 86 US cents. While it's not Answers.com policy to say "use the Internet", that'sthe best approach for an up-to-date answer. You can...
$20 - $50, typically. If you have one in excellent condition, with absolutely no obvious wear, pitting, rust, etc., you could possibly manage $100.