All fields are required.
Remember me on this computer
Please enter your email address and we will send your password
Your password has been sent and should arrive in your mailbox very soon.
Sign up for My HGTV to share photos, show off your style, and connect to an enthusiastic and helpful community.
It's free and easy.
3 file(s) by: Kelly's Collect...
Created: Jan 8, 2011
These are signed photos to the McNutt family. Mr McNutt was govener of Indiana and Commissioner of the Philliapeans during WWII. He personally knew Coolidge, Hoover and FDR.
7 file(s) by: Old Lamp
Created: Feb 15, 2011
Lamp is gold color. Shows no worn places. The lamp and shade are aproximately 15 1/2 inches tall.
The base is aproximately 5 3/8 in diameter. The base is green and is possibly pot metal.
The two pictures taken atop the base show the words (Pat. applied for and (Phoenix- Milwoukee
The shade appears to be a stained glass, looks like brush strokes of malt and icy white colors. There are four panels of glass. The frame is metal, with a base 7 3/4 in diameter, shaped like a Liberty Bell.
Two little soldiers are up on a rock pinnacle with helmets, back packs, and knee high boots on, and one of them is holding a rifle.
Oval shaped circle has a picture of who I believe to be President Franklin D Roosevelt..
1 file(s) by: LuAnn
Created: Feb 25, 2011
a typed and signed letter from President Nixon in response to a letter LuAnn had mailed him in 1969
1 file(s) by: Nicole Kearn
Created: Jan 15, 2011
This is 1 of 4 pictures we found in the rafters of the garage in the house we just moved into. They look to be charcoal drawings, this one looks like President Lincoln...hahahaha and is the only one that is signed. All of them on done on canvas and seem to still be in their original frames. I haven't been able to find anything on how much this artists drawing go for. Any ideas?
8 file(s) by: Meliss
Created: Jan 17, 2011
I believe it is called a Toby mug. On the bottom is serial number 52194 - Carter Scott and the Canadian Maple Leaf.
"Flag or Fail" - "We Shall Not".