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The Collectors Newsletter #995--March 9, 2015
The Collectors Newsletter #995--March 9, 2015

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1. TIAS.com is open 24/7!
2. Pinterest: Is Spring almost here ?!?
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4. This Week's Stories and Requests for Help
5. This Week's Antique News
6. Your Classifieds
7. Newly listed items
8. Vintage Recipes
9. Vintage Recipe Requests from Readers
10. New On line Merchants
11. Did you know?
12. Helpful Resources For Collectors
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Be sure to check out the board for March's Birthstone - Aquamarine or Bloodstone!

Aquamarine is derived from Latin word aqua, meaning water, and marina, meaning the sea. Was believed to protect sailors, as well as to guarantee a safe voyage. The serene color of aquamarine is said to cool the temper, allowing the wearer to remain calm and levelheaded. The 2nd birthstone for March is bloodstone, dark-green jasper flecked with vivid red spots of iron oxide. This ancient stone was used by Babylonians to make seals and amulets.

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4. This Week's Stories and Requests for Help

We try to post stories and comments from our readers each week. Send your story to newsletter@tias.com and we'll publish it in an upcoming newsletter. Please share your story about what you collect and what got you started collecting. We *love* to hear your stories! If you have a story you'd like to share, tell us about it and if you have any photos, we'd love to see them! Send us an email to newsletter@tias.com so we can share your story with the rest of our readers.

Remember that you can check out our Facebook page for some interesting updates. Here's the link: https://www.facebook.com/TIASAntiques If you have photos of items you would like to share you can post them there as well. You don't need a Facebook account to visit our page. If you do have a facebook account please "Like" us!

Also, everyday, we post a "This Date In History" story on our Facebook page, along with an item for sale on http://www.tias.com that relates to the event. We're also highlighting one item each day that we find particularly interesting - something that's very unusual! Check it out!

Thanks to those of you who have responded in the past! We really enjoy, and appreciate, the feedback!

It's always fun to see what other people own and treasure! Although we can't put the pictures in this newsletter, please visit our Facebook page to view the images and learn about those items. Please let us know if you'd like us to highlight one of your favorite collectibles!

Nick S. from Australia sent us these pictures and wants to know if anyone can tell him what it was used for: "It's an Australian metal pressing tool I'm told. My grandparents have both passed. As the same with my parents so I literally have no information about it. It's about 1.7m tall, have you ever seen anything like it? Inbetween the sort of clamp I can interchange the fittings for different size metal or different shape press I assume." Any ideas out there?

The pictures Nick submitted can be seen here:

Sammi B sent this:
I would like assistance on identifying this glass item that I have.
Would you have any information on it? Or could you direct me?
Murano type amber glass?
16 1/2” long x 10 1/2” tall.

Pictures can be viewed here:

5. This week's Antique News

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1.Andy Lee Kirk Headline A Lifetime Collection of American Indian Jewelry at Garth's Two-Day Auction

2. Copy of Batman #1 (DC Comics, Spring 1940), graded 7.5 out of 10, realizes $237,300 at Philip Weiss

3. Fine Jewellery, Watches and Luxury Accessories at Dreweatts

4. Dreweatts Re-Launch Fine Picture Sales at Donnington Priory and Introduce the First Gallery Sale

5. Continental, English & Middle Eastern Books and Manuscripts at Bloomsbury Auctions

6. Quality consignments are now being accepted for Shannon's Fine Art Auctioneers' April 23rd auction


8. Bonhams Pop-Up: Made in California + Contemporary Art Highlights at Neon

9. Everything Goes at Rago’s Unreserved Auction, March 27 And 28 – Two Days of Modern and Early 20TH C.

10. Rare Autographed Treasures-Orville Wright-Walt Disney-Beatles-HOUDINI-Sinatra

11. Tiffany Studios Moorish-style hall lantern lights up the room for $133,100 at Fontaine's, Feb. 28th

12. Michael Furman, Photographer of the World's Most Significant Automobiles, Speaks on His Art at Rago
Michael Furman, Photographer of the World's Most Significant Automobiles, Speaks on His Art at Rago

MANY more stories are added several times a day. You can read the latest news about antiques & collectibles now at: http://www.news-antique.com

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Intrinsic Collectibles Vintage Stemware Specialists

International China at Dinnerware Replacements

Sakura Really Neat China at Dinnerware Replacements

Noritake Crystal at Dinnerware Replacements

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Astronaut Dome Lunch Box Thermos Vintage Metal Lunchbox

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8. Vintage Recipes

Be sure to check out our vintage recipe archive online at: http://bit.ly/1vDXn6h. Over 1200 wonderful vintage recipes are listed. Email recipes@tias.com if you would like to submit a recipe.

Last week Sharon B requested a recipe for Pumpkin Bread baked in coffee cans. We have a bunch to offer! Thanks to everyone who submitted their recipes!

From James H:
Sharon B was looking for a Pumpkin Bread recopied. I can remember my Mom and Grandmother using to coffee cans for breads and steamed puddings, they always seemed so good! The recipe that I found was one that was from a Country Folk Art Magazine (Oct.1992) that sounds like it would be similar to what Sharon was looking for. I am sure that it could be made in coffee cans if you can find one these days

Pumpkin Date Bread

1/2 cup butter or margarine, softened
1 1/2 cups sugar
2 eggs
1 cup pumpkin
1/3 cup water
1 2/3 cups flour
1 teaspoon baking soda
1/2 teaspoon baking powder
3/4 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon ground cloves
1 cup dates, cut up
1/2 cup walnuts, chopped

In large mixing bowl, cream together butter and sugar. Add eggs, one at a time, beating well after each addition. Stir in pumpkin and water.

Sift together flour, baking soda, baking powder, salt, cinnamon and cloves. Add dry ingredients to pumpkin mixture and stir just until moistened. Gently add dates and walnuts.

Pour into greased and floured or parchment- lined 9x5x3 loaf pan. Bake in preheated 350° oven 60-70 minutes until inserted wooden pick comes out clean. Remove from pan and cool on rack. Makes 1 loaf.

From Sue N:

Here is one I found by googling. Below find my coffee can bread that I used to make in the 1970's. Note that both recipes use (2) 16-oz. metal coffee cans. Never had a problem getting the bread out of the ridged cans like one reader mentions.


3/4 c. all purpose flour
1 tsp. baking soda
1 tsp. baking powder
1/2 tsp. ground cinnamon
3/4 c. granulated sugar
1 tsp. packed light brown sugar
1/3 c. vegetable oil, melted butter
2 lg. eggs
1/2 tsp. black walnut extract (optional)
1 c. canned solid-pack pumpkin
1 c. walnut pieces, chopped coarse

Heat oven to 350 degrees. Lightly grease and flour two 1 pound coffee cans. Mix flour, baking soda, baking powder and cinnamon. Beat sugars, oil, eggs and extract in a large bowl with a wooden spoon until well blended. Add flour mixture alternately with pumpkin in 3 additions, blending well after each. Stir in nuts. Spoon evenly into prepared cans filling them half full. Bake 50 to 60 minutes until pick inserted in center of bread comes out clean. Cool in cans on rack 10 minutes. Run a thin knife or spatula around can sides to loosen. Remove breads; cool top sides up on wire rack. Makes 2 loaves.

Note: If you don't have coffee cans, you can bake batter in 1 greased 8 1/2 x 4 1/2 x 2 1/2 inch loaf pan for about 1 hour.


4 cups flour
1 pkg. (envelope) yeast
2 eggs
1/2 cup water
1/2 cup milk
1 tsp. salt
1/2 cup butter
1/4 cup sugar
1/2 c. ground almonds
1/2 cup chopped raisins

Mix 2 cups flour with yeast. Stir water, milk, butter, sugar, and salt over low heat until butter melts. Cool for about 5 minutes; add to flour and yeast mixture. Add remaining flour, nuts, raisins, and eggs. Dough will be stiff. Knead on floured board until dough is smooth and elastic and raisins are well-distributed. Coat inside of each coffee can with small amount of oil. Divide dough in half; put half in each can. Cover cans with plastic tops. Let rise in warm place until dough reaches 1 inch from top. Bake at 375 degrees for 35 minutes until top sounds hollow when tapped, and test comes out clean.

From Linda L:

I'm sure you'll get a lot of recipes for the pumpkin bread requested in the 3/2 newsletter; here's my mother's version from the 1950/1960s.

Pumpkin Bread
3 1/2 cups flour
3 cups sugar
1 1/2 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon nutmeg
1 teaspoon cinnamon
2 teaspoons baking soda

Mix dry ingredients.

1 cup cooking oil
1 can pumpkin (Not the pie filling, but the plain pumpkin)
2/3 cup water

Add 4 eggs, one at a time and beat well after adding each egg.

1 cup chopped dates (or raisins, or dried cranberries)
1 cup chopped nuts (walnuts, pecans, etc)

Makes 4 coffee cans, filled up to the 3rd ring; bake about 1 hour 15 minutes, at 350 degrees.

Or two large loaf pans, bake 1 hour at 350 degrees

From Diana C:
I found this recipe for pumpkin bread baked in a coffee can as requested by one of your readers. There are a couple of others listed as well.

Diana C
Santa Cruz, CA

3/4 c. all purpose flour
1 tsp. baking soda
1 tsp. baking powder
1/2 tsp. ground cinnamon
3/4 c. granulated sugar
1 tsp. packed light brown sugar
1/3 c. vegetable oil, melted butter
2 lg. eggs
1/2 tsp. black walnut extract (optional)
1 c. canned solid-pack pumpkin
1 c. walnut pieces, chopped coarse
Heat oven to 350 degrees. Lightly grease and flour two 1 pound coffee cans. Mix flour, baking soda, baking powder and cinnamon. Beat sugars, oil, eggs and extract in a large bowl with a wooden spoon until well blended. Add flour mixture alternately with pumpkin in 3 additions, blending well after each. Stir in nuts. Spoon evenly into prepared cans filling them half full. Bake 50 to 60 minutes until pick inserted in center of bread comes out clean. Cool in cans on rack 10 minutes. Run a thin knife or spatula around can sides to loosen. Remove breads; cool top sides up on wire rack. Makes 2 loaves.Note: If you don't have coffee cans, you can bake batter in 1 greased 8 1/2 x 4 1/2 x 2 1/2 inch loaf pan for about 1 hour.

From Marti M:
I don't know if this is the same version or not but here you go:

Pumpkin Bread
3 1/2 cup flour 1 cup oil
1 1/2 tsp salt 4 eggs
1 tsp cinnamon 2/3 cup water
1 tsp nutmeg 2 cups pumpkin
2 tsp baking soda 1 cup chopped walnuts
3 cup sugar

Sift the first 5 ingredients together and set aside.
Mix sugar and oil then add eggs and beat until smooth.
Add the sifted dry ingredients, water, pumpkin and walnuts.
Grease 4 one pound coffee tins. Pour the batter (divided
equally) into the 4 tins. Bake at 350 for 1 1/2 hours.
Allow to cool in tins.


From John M:

Mary's "cake in a can" sounds a little like "Hobo Bread". This was also made in cans
and is sold at the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, MI. Hobo Bread is more of a molasses
flavored bread but it might give you some hints on how to make it.
John M, Livonia MI

From Carol T:
Coffee Can Pumpkin Bread

Makes 3 loafs

3 cups sugar
1 cup salad oil
3 1/2 cups flour
3 eggs
1 teaspoon cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon baking powder
2 teaspoons baking soda
1 teaspoon nutmeg
1 teaspoon allspice
1 teaspoon clove
1 1/2 cups water
1 cup pecans, chopped
1 (15 ounce) can pumpkin


Combine all ingredients and mix well.
Divide into 3 coffee cans. Do not fill cans more than 1/2 full! This bread rises over the top of cans even when filled only half full.
Bake 375 degrees for 1 hour and 15 minutes.

Carol T--Cullman,Al

From Kathleen:
Hello Tias,

Sharon B had requested this recipe and we are happy to share. My mother, Anna Mae, still makes this Pumpkin Bread in the coffee cans! We all live in Houston, TX now, but she had gotten this recipe about 45 years ago from a co-worker, Mary, in So Hackensack, NJ. Sometime we put a little dollop of butter or cream cheese on a slice cut, but they are just delicious without the extras.
With that said ~ here is the recipe...

4 cups of flour, sifted 1 can pumpkin filling for 9" pie
3 cups of sugar 1 1/2 tsp. salt
1 cup oil 4 eggs
2/3 cup cold water 2 tsp. baking soda
1 tsp. each of cinnamon, nutmeg,
allspice, ground cloves, baking powder
(4) I lb. coffee cans
Nuts chopped (you choose)

Linda was looking for recipes from Helms Bakery in Southern CA. We had a number of responses to that request as well:

Nancy sent this:
Hi... there are a number of what seem to be authentic Helms Bakery recipes by doing the google search above [helms bakery brownie recipe]. There are the chocolate brownies and the blondies.
Enjoy reading the newsletter!

Ellie D sent this:
For Linda who wanted the Helm's Bakery recipes, here's a link to a site with a number of their recipes:


Dr. Sharon B sent this:
Linda's request for the Helms Bakery recipes brought back such fond memories for me. Almost sixty years ago, I would save my babysitting money for the day when the Helms truck appeared. I would scurry out to greet the friendly delivery man as he opened the back doors on the truck. The yummy aromas that enveloped me still linger. . .sheer wonderfulness. My favorite treat was the Helms chocolate macaroon. I have not found a recipe for the macaroons, but here are the original Helms recipes for the brownies and blondies that Linda requested.

Helms Bakery Brownies
3/4 Cup (1-1/2 Sticks) Margarine, Cut in Chunks
3 Ounces Unsweetened Chocolate
1 1/3 Cups Sugar
2 Eggs
1 Teaspoon Pure Vanilla Extract
1/2 Cup All-Purpose Flour
1/2 Cup Chopped and Lightly Toasted Walnuts
1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Generously grease an 8-inch square baking pan.
2. Melt margarine and chocolate together in medium saucepan. Blend in sugar, eggs, vanilla, flour and nuts.
3. Pour into prepared pan. Bake until it is crispy at the edges and feels fairly firm in the center, about 30-40 minutes. Cool 30 minutes before cutting.

Butter Cream Brownie Frosting
3 Tablespoons Butter, Softened
3 Tablespoons Choclatique Red (Rouge) Cocoa Powder (Unsweetened)
1 Tablespoon Light Corn Syrup or Honey
1/2 Teaspoon Pure Vanilla Extract
1 Cup Confectioner’s Sugar
1 to 2 Tablespoons Milk
1. Cream butter, cocoa, corn syrup and vanilla in small mixer bowl.
2. Add confectioner’s sugar and milk; beat to spreading consistency. Spread on cooled brownies. Makes about cup of frosting—enough to frost 12 brownies.

Helms Bakery Blondies
1 cup all-purpose flour
1/4 teaspoon baking powder
1/4 teaspoon baking soda
1/8 teaspoon salt
8 tablespoons (1 stick) melted butter
2/3 cup (packed) light brown sugar
1/4 cup sugar
1 egg plus 1 egg yolk
1 tablespoon light corn syrup
2 teaspoons vanilla
1 cup chopped, toasted walnuts or pecans
Mix together the flour, baking powder, baking soda and salt. Melt the butter in a small saucepan over medium-high heat. Cook an addition 3 to 4 minutes, stirring constantly, until the butter has turned a light golden brown. Remove from heat and beat in the brown and white sugars. Let cool to room temperature. Stir in the egg and yolk, then the corn syrup and vanilla. Stir in the pecans, then fold in the flour mixture. Scrape batter into a generously greased 8-by-8-inch pan, spreading to the edges. Bake about 30 minutes at 350 degrees, until top is golden brown and toothpick inserted in center comes out clean. Cool on rack and cut into bars. Dust with confectioners sugar. Makes 12 2-by-2-inch brownies.

Blessings. . .
Dr. Ladybug (Seaview, Washington)

Carol T sent this:

8 tablespoons (1 stick) butter, melted
1 cup brown sugar
1 large egg
1 teaspoon vanilla or 1/2 teaspoon almond extract
Pinch salt
1 cup all-purpose flour
1/2 cup chopped nuts, toasting them first for even better flavor
1/2 cup chocolate chips
Powdered sugar

Butter an 8×8 pan
Mix melted butter with brown sugar – beat until smooth. Beat in egg and then vanilla.
Add salt, stir in flour. Mix in any additions (the nuts & chocolate chips).
Pour into prepared pan. Bake at 350°F 20-25 minutes, or until set in the middle.
Dust with powdered augar.Cool on rack before cutting them.

Rich, moist and fudgy chocolate glazed brownies
1 cup butter
2 1/4 cup regular sugar
4 eggs
1 1/4 cup pure unsweetened cocoa powder
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon baking powder
1 teaspoon instant espresso powder
1 tablespoon vanilla extract
1 1/3 cup all-purpose flour
7 oz. chocolate chips

Preheat the oven to 350 °F Melt the butter with the sugar. In a bowl, mix together the eggs,
cocoa powder, salt, baking powder, instant espresso powder and vanilla extract. Stir until
well blended, but do not over mix.Add the melted butter mixture and stir to mix. Carefully fold
in the flour, then fold in the chocolate chips.
Use an ice cream scoop to fill the brownie pan. If you are using a regular baking pan just pour
the batter into the pan and smooth the surface.
Bake in the preheated oven for about 30 minutes. Leave to cool.

Chocolate Ganache Icing
1 cup + 1 tablespoon heavy cream
13 oz.dark chocolate

Put the chocolate and the cream into a heatproof bowl. Sit the bowl over a saucepan of simmering
water, stir until melted and shiny.
Dip the top half of each brownie into the lovely ganache. Twist them around to make sure the
tops are completely covered. Leave to set.
Carol T--Cullman,Al

9. As with collectibles, people also have very strong feelings about foods from their past. Sometimes these special recipes get lost. This section is to help people who are looking for lost recipes from their past. If you submit a request, please include the geographical region where you tasted the recipe.
If you have a vintage recipe request send it to recipes@tias.com and we might just publish it here.

TIAS.com merchants have well over 4,000 cookbooks for sale! You can see them here: http://www.tias.com/books/cooking/

Be sure to check out our vintage kitchen collectibles section online at: http://www.tias.com/showcase/1/Kitchen_Collectibles/1.html

10. New Online Merchants
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Bottom Dollar Deals
Welcome to our store. Take advantage of our 40+ years in the antique and collectible business. We strive to offer you the best products at the best prices. Continually shop at our store as we are always adding new merchandise. We accept checks, MOs, and PayPal and will consider all reasonable offers. We offer antiques and collectibles from vintage cups and saucers to Confederate Currency, from vintage costume and fine jewelry to vintage US Coins and Currency. Your satisfaction is guaranteed with a 7 day no questions asked return policy.

Glitzy Gramma
I have been in this jewelry business for over 20 years, collecting and selling vintage and antique jewelry in shops. Now that my husband has retired, I wish to spend more time with him and am offering my collection to you.

Welcome to our shop. We have been collectors/dealers for over thirty years selling the unusual and hard to find in advertising,vintage toys and character collectibles,sports memorabilia,political and historical memorabilia.

Finders Finds
Welcome! We sell the must have stuff you didn't know you needed! Our antique and vintage collectibles include costume jewelry, kitchenware, bakeware, porcelain, pottery, fun mid century retro stuff, glassware, china, dinnerware replacements, more !

Big Jim's Vintage Collectibles
Welcome to Big Jims Vintage Collectibles. My wife Cheryl and I have been collecting Unique items for 30yrs. We are sharing some of our finds and new finds in our store. Browse thru and let us know what you think. Thank You Jim & Cheryl Zabatta

Nightingale Square
Stroll around Nightingale Square for a selection of vintage vanity items, costume jewelry and more that will delight you to use or to display. Visit often as we are always adding new stock. Plus, we offer Free Worldwide Shipping for all of our items.

Aunt Violet's Cottage
Welcome to my cottage. I am a returning dealer to Tias and over the years I have had many satisfied costumers with the products I have sold. My inventory is vintage and antique china and dinnerware, with many various patterns and makers.

Cowart Estate Antiques and Collectables
Our Dad collected for years: planes, old carpenter tools, pottery, discontinued china, a few other odds and ends, and you have a barn full. Look around, it's all for sale. You will always get a square deal in our barn.

Chai Antiques and Fine Arts
Hi! My name is Chaim and I deal in Antiques and Fine Arts. I learned mostly from older collectors...and then opened my eBay Store, now with 1,000 feedbacks 100% Positive. And my foremost obligation - is to Reliability! Welcome to my TIAS Store!

Cleoras Vintage Costume & Fine Jewelry
WELCOME to Cleora's online jewelry store. I was a vintage jewelry dealer in antique malls in Austin, TX from 1986 to 1998. I search for unique and collectible costume and vintage jewelry and accessory items. We accept Credit Cards using PayPal.

Annie's Antics
Welcome to Annie's Antics where you will find a wide variety of vintage and antique items. Please enjoy browsing our shop. If you cannot find that perfect item please contact us as we will search the world to help you find it.

Vintage Finds
Welcome to our web store! This is the site to find all sorts of vintage goods and collectibles. Our inventory ranges from sports memorabilia to comics and everything in between. We find gems from all over and bring them here to you.

Yesterday's Back
Welcome to my store on the web! Buying, bartering & selling for over ten years now with over 2000 + selling feed backs on another site. Satisfaction guaranteed 7-day money back rule applies here. Paypal accepted as well as checks & money orders.

Up In The Attic
Up In The Attic. That is where people put things that they feel they have no use for anymore. We have found that many of these antiquated treasures don't deserve such a fate. We go up in the attic and bring these beautiful things out to be found by someone who will give them the respect and reverence they so richly deserve. Please come in and look around. You never know what cool things you will find.

Stacie's Store of Gifts and More
Welcome to my store. I have been selling on-line since 1999. My Inventory consists of retired Christmas Ornaments, Antique Religious items, and a wide variety of collectables.


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