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Portable Documents
by John P. Reid

by John P. Reid, [email protected] In a paperless world, illustrated catalogs of antiques, auction catalogs, collectors’ newsletters, and brochures of conservators or appraisers would be created in digital form. Forwarded by e-mail, recorded on a CD, or made downloadable on the Web, they would be readable by anyone with access ... (Read More)

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Making Blogs
by John P. Reid

by John P. Reid, [email protected] Last month we talked about "blogs" or "Web logs," miniature Web sites where bloggers post to a daily or weekly journal. Starting a blog is easy and takes little technical knowledge, and it can be free. This will be illustrated by an example. An antiquer’s ... (Read More)

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Inexpensive Software
by John P. Reid

by John P. Reid, [email protected] The new user of computers is often faced with buying expensive software to do simple jobs. Inexpensive software is often available that will do those jobs until the new user’s needs are better known. PolyEdit Almost any word processor will do for writing letters, memos, reports, and ... (Read More)

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Antique Software
by John Reid

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Fortuitous Circumstances Result in Recovery of $60,000 Atlas
by David Hewett

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An Ax to Find: Is PayPal Warehousing "Not Genuine" eBay Lots in Dallas?
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Remote Site No Deterrent for Throngs at Backofen Sale
by David Hewett

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Wayne Pratt, 64
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Wayne Pratt, 64, of Woodbury, Connecticut, and Nantucket, Massachusetts, died on July 25 following complications of heart valve surgery. He is survived by his wife, Sarah Shinn Pratt, two daughters, Jessica and Christina, and two sons, Henry and James. In lieu of flowers the family requests that donations be made to ... (Read More)

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The Salander-O'Reilly Lawsuits: One Settled, One in Limbo, and Another Goes Deeper
by David Hewett

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$165,000 for Perry’s Gold Medal
by Samuel Pennington

Commodore Perry’s Gold Medal by Samuel Pennington The* gold medal presented to Commodore Matthew C. Perry by merchants of Boston “…in token of their appreciation of his services in negotiating the treaty with Japan signed at Yoku-Hama, March 31, and with Lew Chew at Napa, July 11, 1854…” sold with its raggedy ... (Read More)
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