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Originally the Indian Peace medals were made for the British Kings starting in the pre-revolutionary times, and then progressed to having one for each of the US presidents until the late 1860s.

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Nearly everybody likes to collect something. Collecting is fun, and allows you to keep and build an ongoing inventory of something you love and enjoy looking at.

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You might think that creating your own unique jewelry is difficult. It's really not! Take a look at "what's in store". Get ideas from current trends and improve them. Don't just copy, make any designs your own by adding individual creative touches.

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Vintage Real Photo Postcards or RPPC, for short, are perhaps the most desired cards that passionate postcard collectors hunt and collect.

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Few subjects in bonsai care are as complicated as watering. What should be the simplest task is actually the most complex.

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For every gold prospector out there that has been doing it for more than 3 hours, you have a ready supply of concentrates that are full of black sand

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Miniature Art Collecting

By Charles Hopkins | Published 08/1/2007 | Hobbies |

Growing up in the 40s and 50s, many parents played cards--Canasta, Poker, Gin, to name a few--with their friends on Saturday nights; first at one family's house and the next week at another.

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A History of Quilling

By Charles Hopkins | Published 08/1/2007 | Hobbies |

Quilling, or paper filigree, is an ancient art that is slowly being revived after almost dying out at the end of the 1800's.

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