When a new 90% silver dime was introduced in 1916, the public mistook the obverse design for a representation of the male god Mercury, messenger to the Roman gods. The name "Mercury Dime" took, although the coin actually depicts Liberty wearing a winged cap to signify freedom of th…
Do you have a house, garage, basement or storage unit full of stuff? Have you ever thought that your stuff could be worth money? Well, the guys from History Channel's "American Pickers" want to hear from you!
As a child growing up in the 80s, I had all the toys - the Nintendo, the Game Boy, He-Man and Star Wars figures, etc. Before you throw out any of your childhood toys, it's worth finding out if there's a collector's market for your stuff.
I enjoy watching shows like American Pickers and Pawn Stars. It's always cool to see them dig up a toy from the early 1900's that can fetch big bucks. But did you know that some more recent toys can be worth a chunk of change too?