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Coats of Arms

From the Utilarian Apparel of Both War and Peace Comes Classic Outerwear

Posted: September 1, 1997    By G. Bruce Boyer


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Above It All: Hot Air Ballooning

Those with No Particular Place to Go, Ballooning is the Only Way to Travel

Posted: September 1, 1997    By Terrence Fagan


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Buying High-End Audio Equipment

A High-End Retailer Offers His Top Tips on Buying Audio Equipment

Posted: September 1, 1997    By Andrew Singer


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Water World: Shopping for Spas and Whirlpools

To Keep from Taking a Bath, Shop for Spas and Whirlpools with Your Mind and Not Your Passions

Posted: September 1, 1997    By Edward Kiersh


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The Name Game: Collecting Signed First Editions

A Bibliophile's Tales of Collecting Signed First Editions

Posted: September 1, 1997    By Lawrence Grobel


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The Concorde: Faster Than Sound

For the Traveler in a Hurry, 20-year-old Concorde is Still the World's Fastest Way to Fly

Posted: September 1, 1997    By Phil Scott


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Tennis, Everyone?

It's Been Three Decades Since a Few Far-Sighted Officials Rocked the Staid Amateur Tennis Establishment and Jolted the Game into the Modern Era

Posted: September 1, 1997    By Bruce Goldman


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Going, Going, Gone!

Before Auction Fever Sweeps You Away, Make Sure You Know What You're Buying

Posted: September 1, 1997    By Andrew Decker


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Selling the Smokes: Vintage Cigar Ads

For More Than a Century, Cigar Ads Were Among the Best in the Business

Posted: September 1, 1997    By Ken Shouler


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Great Moments

A Mayor and His Lonsdales

Posted: September 1, 1997    By Brendan Vaughan


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Diamond Dreams

In the World of Baseball Memorabilia, it is Best to Keep Your Eyes on the Ball

Posted: September 1, 1997    By Ken Shouler


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Acquired Tastes: Aperitifs

Classic Aperitifs Find a Role in the Rebirth of the Cocktail

Posted: July 1, 1997    By Jean T. Barrett


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