Harry Potter Casts His Spell On Collectors
Welcome, Muggles, to the magic, mystery, and merchandise of the wonderful wizarding world of Harry Potter!
Harry Potter Collector's Handbook will bewitch you with colorful images and current values of licensed products based on the famous boy wizard and his charming chums and nefarious foes. Just for you, we've conjured: 1,000+ spellbinding listings, pictures, and secondary market values.Information arranged—magically!—in alphabetical order to make it easy to find what you're looking for.A diverse array of collectibles from rare first editions of books worth thousands of dollars to items worth slightly fewer galleons.
If you're mesmerized by “Pottermania,” you'll never want to depart the enchanting world of witchcraft and wizardry presented in Harry Potter Collector's Handbook."
William Silvester is an ardent Harry Potter aficionado with a vast personal collection of entrancing Harry Potter items. He writes from beautiful Victoria, British Columbia, with more than 250 published articles to his credit.
Mistakes happen. Now you can cash in on them.
The U.S. Mint produces error coins every year on every denomination. From doubled die cents to rotated reverse quarters to missing letters on dollars, these coins can be worth far more than face value.
Featuring expert insight, hundreds of close-up images, concise details on what to look for and where, and up-to-date market values, you will learn how to spot and profit from even the most well disguised treasures in the new edition of Strike It Rick with Pocket Change.
Packed with proven organizing systems and techniques, this guide shows you step-by-step how to break down organizing jobs into bite-size pieces, assemble the tools and supplies you'll need, and much more.
Open the book and find:How to make time to get organized Ways to personalize your organizing plan Tips for using containers to put everything in place Advice on how to train your mind to be organized
If you've ever dreamed of making knives, Wayne Goddard will show you how to get started without investing a fortune in fancy gear.
You'll learn all about selecting steel, forging, grinding, heat treating and finishing knives without the huge and expensive tools found in some shops. Goddard even teaches you to make wire Damascus blades with the simplest of tools.
This book is a great companion to Godard's book, The Wonder of Knifemaking, and provides all the details needed to set up a backyard knife shop and start turning out great blades.
Want to know just what's in that box of coins Grandpa Earl left you? Or do you just want to embark on a hobby that will bring you years of enjoyment, and maybe a profit?
Warman's U.S. Coin Collecting is the book that will tell you everything you need to know about collecting U.S. Coins from author Alan Herbert.
What is my coin worth? Don't clean your coin! Tools of the trade Proof coins, proof and mint sets Commemorative coins Grading coins Coins as an investment Bullion coins
And more than 100 questions and answers about U.S. coins, including little-known facts.
Do you attend car boot sales or browse in antique shops in search of bargains? Have you ever wished you knew more about grandma’s silver spoon? Do you envy the experts’ ability to identify and date old hand-me-downs? If the answer to any of these questions is yes, Collins Gem Antique Marks is for you.
Packed with thousands of clear illustrations, the book shows hallmarks on silver, gold and platinum, as well as those on Old Sheffield Plate, pewter, pottery and porcelain. Complete with a history of hallmarks and how to read them, Collins Gem Antique Marks is absolutely indispensable.
The book provides:
Full hallmarks for silver from London, Edinburgh, York, Norwich, Exeter, Dublin, Newcastle, Chester, Glasgow, Birmingham and Sheffield, along with maker’s marks from these cities.
Up-to-date hallmarks for gold and platinum.
Old Sheffield plate marks, showing the variety of maker’s marks.
Pewter marks and a selection of pewter touch marks.
Pottery and porcelain marks showing both letter and name marks, and symbol marks.