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09:05 AM ET (US)

Chester 1912, found at the November DC Big Flea & Antiques Market
01:29 PM ET (US)

Shucks - meant to post this one - not the one with birthday hats -- Duh - Now you know why I have been unemployed for forever --
01:26 PM ET (US)

CONGRATULATIONS - Almost - Pretty soon - Have one for me and party like you just retired -- lol lol -- Heck celebrate the entire weekend cause you can sleep in and sleep it off on Monday -- Love ya tons and so happy for you - The Eggo me
OSC WEB MASTERPerson was signed in when posted
10:38 AM ET (US)
Judy Johnson here - thanks for sharing this warning, Joel. It definitely sounds fishy. I think I would call your second card company to alert them.

Empress Judy
5 Hours to Retirement
Joel Grove
10:35 AM ET (US)
Has anyone had the experience of trying to make a purchase from KMPROSHOP.xyz? The url looks strange (xyz extension?). If you read their "About US' it is clear that this is not a site in the US. There are misspellings and clumsy sentence constructions. I found a nice Heisey master "Half Circle" on the site. When I tried to buy it, my credit card was rejected. I tried again with a second card and it was also rejected. I know both of the cards are valid. Sure enough, a couple of hours later I got a call from the security division of the first card company. They had flagged what looked like a suspicious transaction. And the amount was for more than the price posted for the salt. After this experience, I would say, "Buyer beware."
Nina RobertsonPerson was signed in when posted
05:33 PM ET (US)
How much to ship to VA?
Joanna Emmett
04:53 PM ET (US)

I have a collection of open salts (pictured) There are 44 clear glass ones, some Nippon china ones, the balance are Vaseline glass (28) with the exception of 1. I would like to sell the whole collection for $148.00 plus shipping. That would be approximately $2.00 each. Is anyone interested? My email is cordayfbd@yahoo.com.
Edited 10-13-2017 05:04 PM
Karen Wetmore
10:36 AM ET (US)
NESOSC meeting this Saturday @ Carter Church in Needham, MA. Hoping to see you!
09:56 PM ET (US)
Any one with mercury glass salts that would be willing to send pictures and allow us to use them in The National Newsletter - Please let me know as soon as you can - We have the article - but need pictures to go with it - Thank you -

Empress - Would you mind posting this on the super duper face book page for me - Thanks a trillion and one
10:20 PM ET (US)
Brenda M. Thank you for sharing! This is good news. It takes a great deal of work to set up a web site and have it be an active and interesting one. This is a thanks to us as salt collectors for our desire to have a website and a REAL thanks to Jeff, our webmaster, for the years he's put into it! Applause!
Brenda M.
07:07 PM ET (US)

Check it out....salt collectors got a shout-out in Harry Rinker's column in Antique Weekly. Personally, even though I know he's a big gun in the antiques industry and I totally respect his wealth of knowledge, I find him a little self-indulgent....but the fact is, he recognized us! :)
Lynda LaLonde
04:43 PM ET (US)
  Sarah, Just read the board. I am in High Springs just below Lake City. We were, remarkably, hurt very little by the hurricane. Many did not even lose electricity. I thank God every night.
Catherine cole
06:56 PM ET (US)
Looking to sell my collection from over 50 years ago collecting, if interested please email me at ccole7007@gmail.com. I live in Dallas, Texas and would like to sell all as 1 lot. I am not aware of any collectors or groups in our area. Please feel free to contact me via email if you can give me any help or resources for selling. Thanks
Edited 09-24-2017 06:58 PM
04:17 PM ET (US)
Thanks Sarah - But all of the congratulations goes to Kent this time - He went through hundreds of pictures to come up with just the right ones - All the speakers could not be high lighted and I feel he chose the best one to do so - Personally I think his decision to include a working resume on all of the artists that had their work included in this convention was above and beyond - I made one correction and it was on something of mine - so all the applause and bestest and goodest words of praise belong to him - This time the 100% editor of this co-editing team --
Sarah Kawakami
12:41 PM ET (US)
Wonderful Newsletter thanks Mary and Kent
Sarah Kawkami
01:53 PM ET (US)
Every one caught in the storm please let us know you are OK. Been praying for you safety. I have a cousin in Lake City how bad is that area?
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