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Inside the hunt for Iraq’s looted treasures

The Independent 30 Jul 2021
According to an investigation by Science magazine, a peer-reviewed academic journal, Schoyen acquired 444 of the bowls from a London-based antiquities dealer named Chris Martin, at least 300 of which came from a Jordanian dealer named Ghassan Rihani.
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Sir Stanley Matthews’ silver tea set up for sale for £22,500

Belfast Telegraph 29 Jul 2021
Antiques dealer Charles Wallrock wants £22,500 for the tea set, which he said was presented to Stoke City and England winger Stanley Matthews after the end of the Second World War ... A spokesman for Wick Antiques said. “(The) tea set consists of a teapot, hot water jug, sugar bowl and milk jug and each piece is monogrammed with ‘SM’.
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An offbeat week for Newsom ahead of the recall election

The Los Angeles Times 28 Jul 2021
Good morning, and welcome to the Essential California newsletter. It’s Wednesday, July 28. I’m Justin Ray ... Only one attempt has been successful. On Oct. 7, 2003, Gov ... 14 ... Note ... Sen ... A Times reporter went to Pasadena’s Rose Bowl Flea Market for some Sunday fun ... A vendor selling antiques at the Rose Bowl Flea Market also sells racist, anti-Black memorabilia.
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Why finding mammy dolls at the Rose Bowl Flea Market was an unwanted reminder of racism

The Los Angeles Times 27 Jul 2021
With my newfound love, I knew I had to check out the massive Rose Bowl Flea Market in Pasadena, which boasts more than 2,000 vendors and some 20,000 visitors every second Sunday of the month ... A vendor selling antiques at the Rose Bowl Flea Market also sells racist, anti-Black memorabilia.
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Lancaster County reports previously unrecorded COVID-19 death

Lincoln Journal Star 20 Jul 2021
On Monday, the Lincoln-Lancaster County Department reported a death from COVID-19 that occurred in April but had not yet been recorded. The death was a man in his 50s who had been at home, the Health Department said ... Lincoln reports additional COVID-19 death ... They loved to ice fish, gab with friends, read, run marathons, bowl, wander antique stores.
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Antelope County celebrates 150th anniversary

Norfolk Daily News 19 Jul 2021
NELIGH — Antelope County was formed in 1871, so this year is the county’s 150th anniversary ... He’s also taught himself how to make model rockets, he said ... She had her grandmother’s antique butter bowl, paddle and butter molds on display ... Galen Furstenau of Neligh displayed six of his antique John Deere tractors in the museum parking lot ... .
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Lincoln reports additional COVID-19 death

Lincoln Journal Star 17 Jul 2021
A man in his 50s who was hospitalized with COVID-19 is the 241st death in Lancaster County attributed to COVID-19. The man had not been vaccinated, according to the Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department ... The cost of COVID ... They loved to ice fish, gab with friends, read, run marathons, bowl, wander antique stores ... Our parents ... Local.
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Lancaster County adds to COVID-19 death toll

Lincoln Journal Star 15 Jul 2021
The Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department reported an additional COVID-19 death on Wednesday, bringing the total number of deaths from the virus to 240 ... Nebraska to resume reporting coronavirus statistics after dropping it two weeks ago ... The cost of COVID ... They loved to ice fish, gab with friends, read, run marathons, bowl, wander antique stores.
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Southport Lanes, Closed Since September 2020, Now Set To Auction Off Everything Inside

CBS Sports 09 Jul 2021
CHICAGO (CBS) — The former owner of the Southport Lanes bowling alley in Lakeview is selling off the business, and everything inside will be auctioned off. Among the items up for sale will be everything from the antique pin setters to the bowling lanes themselves.READ MORE.
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Southport Lanes reopening scrapped; items to be auctioned

Chicago Sun-Times 07 Jul 2021
that evolved into a combined bowling alley-billiard hall-neighborhood hangout. The auction site Winternitz said items to be sold include the bowling lanes, the antique manual pinsetters, the nearly century-old bar and an even older Illinois Bell phone booth ... Anthony Vazquez/Sun-Times file The bowling lanes at Southport Lanes.
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KOVELS; First coin-operated scales were made in Germany

The Maryville Daily Times 26 Jun 2021
You can find it online and in antique shops for about $35-50 ... It has a wooden bowl that screws into the metal base and an aluminum shank ... Briar is used for pipe bowls because it is heat- resistant and doesn’t give off a strong odor ... This patent is for a pipe bowl with an inset grate or sieve that could be taken apart to clean or repair.
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JAMES “JIMMY” GILLIS

Huron County View 24 Jun 2021
1959-2021 ... Mary’s in Saginaw. Jimmy was born April 11, 1959, in Minden City, to the late John “Jud” and Ila (Noble) Gillis ... His free time consisted of visiting casinos, bowling, attending truck pulls, and playing pool. Jimmy was a motorcycle and antique car enthusiast, as well as an avid Detroit Tigers and Redwings fan ... Visitation will be from 1-4 p.m.
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Coin-operated scales used to stand on street corners

Winston-Salem Journal 18 Jun 2021
You can find it online and in antique shops for about $35-50 ... It has a wooden bowl that screws into the metal base and an aluminum shank ... Briar is used for pipe bowls because it is heat-resistant and doesn’t give off a strong odor ... This patent is for a pipe bowl with an inset grate or sieve that could be taken apart to clean or repair.
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Antiques: Value of bowl will butter you up

Canada Dot Com 02 Jun 2021
Growing up I remember seeing the wooden bowl filled with various things and wanted it even back then ... Antiques. Value of bowl will butter you up Back to video.
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Palos Verdes Arts Center holds “Collected Treasures” benefit sale

Daily Breeze 02 Jun 2021
Admission is free and the collection of curated estate items on sale includes antique Chinese slippers, a grandfather clock, linens, a Lalique bowl, china, silver and jewelry ... Friday, June 4, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m ... .
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