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Tips on Collecting Asian Art Materials

January 31, 2011 by admin  
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by Wexner Center In my nearly 40 years as a dealer and appraiser, I have seen any number of reasons, some personal but all valid, for embarking on the quest for Asian art. Some do it because they love the idea of perhaps discovering an unknown treasure that can be bought for ,000 and sold [...]

Helpful Tips in Choosing the Perfect Display Case For Your Football Collection

January 31, 2011 by admin  
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by magnusfranklin Your football memorabilia collection is probably one of your most prized possessions. So it is extremely vital that you protect its condition and help preserve it longer. It may either be a simple collection of football trading cards or a longtime hobby of completing the NFL mini helmet collection. Some factors such as [...]

Tips For Collecting Home Ornaments

January 31, 2011 by admin  
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by Tilemahos Efthimiadis A collecting hobby is always fun to have, and the fun can last for a long time depending on how fickle your taste. Either way, you’re sure to have fun collecting home ornaments if you love to see and collect objects that can make your home even more beautiful. Anything can be [...]

Tips For Shopping For John Deere Collectibles

January 30, 2011 by admin  
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by Jewish Historical Society of the Upper Midwest If you are an avid John Deere collector or know someone who is then shopping online can be a great resource for finding a great contribution to the collection. However, there are some things you need to be aware of such as am I buying an “Officially [...]

Tips for Buying Affordable Engagement Rings

January 29, 2011 by admin  
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by pag2525 If you’re ready to pop the question, you want to find an engagement ring that demonstrates how much you really care for your bride to be. However, if you’re on a budget a cheap diamond engagement ring might seem impossible to come by. Thankfully, the following tips are designed to help you [...]

Revenue Cycle Management: The Patient Component- 4 Tips for Improving Patient Collections

January 29, 2011 by admin  
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by LollyKnit In the past, a discussion of how to improve practice billing and collection procedures primarily focused on the back office and the practice’s insurance billing/collection processes. Over the past few years, we have seen a dramatic shift toward increased patient payment responsibility as evidenced by the following statistics: In its April 16, 2010 [...]

Tips For Cleaning Antique Car Interiors

January 29, 2011 by admin  
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by atmtx Owning an antique car and lovingly restoring it to its former glory is a dream of many. Keeping that car clean on the inside, however, is task that takes a very gentle touch. The materials used to construct the interior of an older car and the very passing of time combine to make [...]

Tacori: Tips on Choosing the Best

January 29, 2011 by admin  
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by Ana G. R. I noticed a huge surge in recent requests for the Tacori Ht 2510 1/2x and I can’t believe the number of people asking for this ring. I think the sudden interest in the ring comes from the embodiment of the true Tacori heritage.  Tacori and its jewelry artisans have been creating [...]

Tips To Search For A Debt Collection Lawyer In New Jersey

January 28, 2011 by admin  
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by HowardLake You would be amazed to know that a recent study has revealed that the average settlement of debt in the year 2009 was negotiated for about 50% of the balance amount. If you too are seeking for a reputed debt collection lawyer, New Jersey is the place to be. If you are resident [...]

A Few Tips to Maintain a Great Antique Pocket Watch Collection

January 28, 2011 by admin  
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by Matt Andrews Photo Wristwatches are not the only way to carry personal time pieces. In fact wrist watches were introduced in the market much later. In earlier days, portable time pieces were originally in the form of pocket watches. Earlier form of clothing was loose fitting clothes like trousers with waist coats and overcoats [...]

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