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Life Size Plush Stuffed Animals
By: Angeline Hope | Oct 5 2010
By definition, stuffed animals are a luxurious comfort that can keep a child (or an adult) company for hours. Remember, however, that once you succumb to their... read more
pay as you go phones: solution to hefty phone bills
By: Henry Kruz | Jul 13 2010
Mobile phone market daily comes up with deals to meet the needs of every kind of customers. Some of the users prefer mobile phones as the only way to keep... read more
The Origin of Jewelry
By: Allison Ryan | Apr 3 2009
Jewelry is typically made from gemstones (diamonds and rubies) or precious metals (gold and silver), but really it can be made of any kind of material at all such... read more
The Splendor of Diamonds
By: Allison Ryan | Apr 3 2009
The Diamonds in the Smithsonian's Exhibit The Smithsonian's Splendor of Diamonds was a display of seven of the rarest diamonds in the world. The diamonds ranged in size from 5.11 carats... read more
The Many Stories of the Spoonmaker's Diamond
By: Allison Ryan | Apr 3 2009
The Spoonmaker's Diamond, also known as the Kasikci, is the most valued exhibit of the Topkapi Palace Museum. The Topkapi Palace Museum is one of the most famous... read more
Why Diamonds Are So Special
By: Allison Ryan | Apr 3 2009
There is much more to a diamond than just a pretty and expensive rock used to make pretty and expensive jewelry. They are made out of carbon; in fact they... read more
Collecting World Coins
By: Borge Nielsen | Apr 3 2009
Collecting World Coins Apart from the need to engage in trading coins and working eagerly to obtain rare coins, some people have a natural desire for collecting world coins. Often... read more
The Exclusive World of Coasters
By: Allison Ryan | Apr 3 2009
There is most likely a circular or possibly a square shaped piece of cork board sitting on your coffee table. Some people like to place beverage glasses on top of... read more
Books of great value to compliment the book Coin Collecting Starts Here
By: Borge Nielsen | Apr 3 2009
First, I would like to introduce my own book "Coin Collecting Starts Here". It is certainly the cheapest (and I truly believe, most valuable) coin collecting book available!... read more
What Makes Lee Middleton Dolls Special
By: Jeanine Gehringer | Apr 3 2009
This article compares Middleton Doll Company with another leading doll company and explains why it is a leader in the doll manufacturing world. Middleton Doll Company is known for its... read more
The Thrills of Rare Coin Collecting
By: Borge Nielsen | Apr 3 2009
“In the absence of the gold standard, there is no way to protect savings from confiscation through inflation.” Alan Greenspan, 1966. One of the things every investor quickly... read more
How To Detect Fake Coins
By: Borge Nielsen | Mar 30 2009
Although collecting coins is truly interesting and informative, offering both novice and expert hobbyists an educational and profitable undertaking as well, the danger posed by fake or substandard... read more
Pricing Coins
By: Borge Nielsen | Mar 30 2009
Coin collectors regularly keep a keen eye on the value of their coin collection as well as the grade of their coins. The price of a collectible coin depends on... read more
A Brief History Of Coins
By: Borge Nielsen | Mar 30 2009
One of the most popular hobbies today is coin collecting. Anyone can start collecting coins anytime and any day. You may begin by collecting the coins you have in your... read more
How to Clean Silver with Baking Soda
By: Lec Watkins | Mar 27 2009
Silver is a really nice soft and warm metal. A favorite for jewellery and trinkets all over the world. It is such a shame silver tarnishes so easily. All the... read more
TIPS TO HANDLE ONLINE DATING -
By: Joel Teo | Mar 26 2009
Any individual who is opting for online dating should keep certain things in mind. Firstly, take a good look at your Profile to locate anything that may be ambiguous.... read more
How To Collect Rare Coins
By: Keith Jones | Mar 25 2009
How to collect Rare Coins What you need to know about Rare Coin Collecting Have you ever tried collecting rare coins? It can be great fun and a good investment. Rare coin collecting... read more
Owing a debt does not automatically subject you to harrassing, threatening and other inappropriate
By: hanach!henry@vent... | Mar 23 2009
Owing a debt does not automatically subject you to harrassing, threatening and other inappropriate Collection Agency behavior. Some Collection Agency go too far with what I call "renegade collectors"... read more
Diamond Rings - Forever Great Choice
By: Rully Pratama | Mar 16 2009
Wedding Rings which are often worn every day. How to choose Diamond Rings Its many aspect you should know when you choose diamond rings. Here are a few things while shopping for... read more
How To Learn Coin Collecting Values From The Grade
By: Tom Lindstrom | Mar 10 2009
After learning the basics of coin collecting, you are probably going to become interested in coin collecting values. A coin set can be a great investment as they can... read more
In Mesothelioma Cells, Overexpressed Protein is Prevalent
By: david an | Mar 10 2009
A survey published recently, for the first time, a report between mean mesothelioma and the overexpression of a particular genetic protein. In an attempt to win a better to... read more
Tips On Collecting World Coins
By: Tom Lindstrom | Mar 9 2009
If you are a coin collector you are going to want to collect anything and everything that has value. There are gold coins, silver coins, U.S. coins,... read more
5 Pieces Of Coin Collection Supplies Every Avid Collector Must Possess
By: Tom Lindstrom | Mar 9 2009
Coin collecting can be a terrific hobby to pick up whether you are looking to make money with it or not. While the types of coin collection supplies will vary... read more
Career Barbie: Doll of Many Professions
By: Lilly Killeen | Mar 6 2009
50 years. 100+ careers. Barbie® is the original billboard for "girl power." From fairy to fashionista, princess to President, Barbie's Careers have inspired several generations of girls to... read more
Badges That Won The West - Pony Express Messenger
By: JoAnn Graham | Mar 4 2009
Nothing about the Old West has captured our imaginations like the lone Pony Express messenger galloping across the frontier with a mail pouch he would defend with his life. The... read more
Virtual Private Hosting At Nethosting.com Offers Function Without High Cost
By: MS. LOCALE | Mar 2 2009
"A dedicated server offers control and customization which virtual hosting simply cannot compete with. Unfortunately, having your own server comes with a significant price tag. Nethosting.com offers an option... read more
The Unique Spartan Sword
By: Todd Alan | Feb 27 2009
The one name, Sparta, has sparked off many a debate and accolade on the Greeks and the Spartan sword was a part of Greek history. Athens and Sparta,... read more
Celebrity Autographs
By: Delio Jimenez | Feb 27 2009
Celebrity autographs, they are fun to collect and they are mostly free. I have been collecting just about anything worth collecting, since the early 1970's. I have made... read more
Challenge Coin Rules - The Complete Rules Of The Challenge
By: Christina Goldman | Feb 27 2009
Challenge Coin collecting is climbing fast in popularity these days. The opportunity to win a free beer or cola encourages both men and women alike to take the challenge. The... read more
Turquoise - The Sky Blue Gemstone
By: Dale Arnold | Feb 27 2009
Turquoise is one of the oldest gemstones known to man. Jewelry and ornaments uncovered during archaeological excavations at historical sites in Egypt included turquoise pendants and bracelets date back to... read more
Why We Love Turquoise Jewelry
By: Dale Arnold | Feb 27 2009
Turquoise has been a very popular gemstone for many centuries and has been used for making turquoise pendants and other jewelry for a long time. In fact, in the... read more
A Basic Guide to Turquoise
By: Dale Arnold | Feb 27 2009
Turquoise is a popular gemstone that is used for making turquoise pendants and other fashion jewelry. Although many people own, wear, and love turquoise jewelry, few people... read more
Turquoise - The Jewel of the Southwest
By: Dale Arnold | Feb 27 2009
Turquoise is a semi-precious gemstone, and is considered to be one of the most valuable opaque stones. It is often used to make turquoise pendants and other pieces of... read more
Maintaining Turquoise Jewelry
By: Dale Arnold | Feb 27 2009
Turquoise pendants and other jewelry are very popular today, and have been so through the ages. Ever since it was first mined in the Sinai by ancient Egyptians some... read more
Turquoise The Gemstone of the Ages
By: Dale Arnold | Feb 27 2009
Turquoise was first discovered on the Sinai in ancient Egypt over four thousand years ago. Egyptians were fascinated by the sky blue gemstone, and the color was associated with... read more
Turquoise Jewelry as the Perfect Gift
By: Dale Arnold | Feb 27 2009
Gifting anything to a person is a sign of affection and respect for him or her. By giving someone a gift, you are trying to show your appreciation for... read more
Why Buy Turquoise Jewelry
By: Dale Arnold | Feb 27 2009
Turquoise is that quintessential gemstone that is perfect for today's fashion jewelry. With its bright blue color and characteristic dark colored veins, this stone has captured the imagination of... read more
The Spirituality of Turquoise
By: Dale Arnold | Feb 27 2009
Ever since turquoise was first discovered in ancient Egypt some four thousand years ago, it has had a special place in civilizations and cultures all over the world. In... read more
Collectible Fantasy Swords a Collector's Delight
By: Todd Alan | Feb 20 2009
Collectible fantasy swords are for those with imagination and a penchant for the unreal world. Fantasy swords are not everybodys cup of tea. The best part is that one can... read more
Medieval Weapons Remind Collectors Back of the Dark Ages
By: Todd Alan | Feb 20 2009
Thoughts of the Dark Times conjure up dark images of medieval castles, moats, knights, witchcraft and not least of all, images of medieval battles, the... read more
The Fun of Collecting Movie Swords
By: Todd Alan | Feb 20 2009
There is a child hidden in the heart of every adult that will love to taste the thrill of collecting movie swords. Movies mime life past and present. Hence collection... read more
Heavenly Handfuls
By: Joan Stalker | Feb 17 2009
Exclusive to the Ashton-Drake Galleries, Heavenly Handfuls miniature baby dolls have to be the cutest dolls around! Although M&M's baby dolls are only 6" high, they still have... read more
Your Comic Books Questions Answered
By: Mike Selvon | Feb 17 2009
Were you the type of kid that would anxiously stand in the local grocery store just so you could spend your allowance on the newest comic book? Many people make... read more
Which Toy John Deere Collection is the Most Popular
By: Brian Garvin | Feb 16 2009
John Deere the name is instantly recognizable to anyone who grew up in the United States. While the company is indeed well known elsewhere in the world as well,... read more
What Train Toy Collection is Right for You?
By: Brian Garvin | Feb 16 2009
When you are ready to buy your grandchild or child a Train Toy, the decision must be made as to which is the correct set to purchase. And believe... read more
What's the Big Deal About Toys Vehicles and Remote Planes?
By: Brian Garvin | Feb 16 2009
Boys and their toys. It seems no matter how much time goes by, boys never lose their interest in the Toys Vehicles Fad, the remote vehicles are the... read more
The Reason So Many are Hooked on the Fisher Price Toy Culture
By: Brian Garvin | Feb 16 2009
Whether you have been looking at Fisher Price Toy Catalogs since you were small and you loved their products, or whether you are a new parent who is looking... read more
Learn Which Toy Star Wars Figures are the Most Popular
By: Brian Garvin | Feb 16 2009
Children have always been fascinated with the worlds beyond our own, hence the rise on popularity of the Star Wars Franchise. For the past 30 years, each generation... read more
Learn Where to Play Racing Games for Free
By: Brian Garvin | Feb 16 2009
Do you love the idea of racing around at rack in a motor car, banging against other cars and spinning them off the road? What if you prefer the... read more
Learn the Toys that are Considered Toy Learning Tools
By: Brian Garvin | Feb 16 2009
In order to learn the toys that are considered Toy Learning tools, you must first consider the age group of your child. For a child to learn from a... read more
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