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The Young Collector: Upgrades Are Now Available for Your Collection
by Andrew Richmond and Hollie Davis

by Andrew Richmond and Hollie DavisUpgrading, trading up for something better, is the American way. Capitalism couldn't function without it. Upgrading is a stepping stone for big houses, luxury cars, and, heck, even trophy wives or husbands. If you ask us, upgrading is the single best path to satisfaction with ... (Read More)

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The Young Collector: 2008, "The Year to Think Outside the Blanket Box"
by Andrew Richmond and Hollie Davis

by Andrew Richmond and Hollie DavisBy the time you read this, we'll be about three weeks into the new year. Three weeks. About the amount of time it takes the average person to break new year's resolutions. Honestly, did you really think you were going to eat less chocolate, lose ... (Read More)

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On the Road Again
by Andrew Richmond and Hollie Davis

The Young Collectorby Andrew Richmond and Hollie DavisWe used to have a real calendar like normal people, one with months and seasons and holidays. The new year started on January 1, crocuses marked the beginning of spring, and we knew when Christmas decorations started to appear that the year was ... (Read More)

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The Young Collector: The Stigma of the Middle Market
by Andrew Richmond and Hollie Davis

The Young CollectorThe Stigma of the Middle Marketby Andrew Richmond and Hollie DavisThe middle market is soft. How many times have we heard that? It seems as if nearly every article that covers a show or auction where buying wasn't frenzied includes quotes from the exasperated dealers and auctioneers proclaiming ... (Read More)

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The Young Collector: Connecting with the Young eCollector
by Andrew Richmond and Hollie Davis

The Young Collectorby Andrew Richmond and Hollie DavisWe had beginner's luck. We'd cranked out one column and were sitting at home wondering vainly what we should write about next when our issue of M.A.D. arrived. In perusing the letters to the editor, we found out that Generation X is considered, ... (Read More)
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