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Reunited with a piece of history

DUBBO: A family is rejoicing, after being reunited with a priceless piece of family memorabilia. A Dubbo family is rejoicing, after being reunited with a priceless piece of family memorabilia. A plaque dedicated to Walter Rupert Tink, who died ... Grenfell Record, 3 days ago

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Piles of presidential memorabilia with...

Austin Wright inherited scores of political artifacts covering the presidencies of George Washington to George W. Bush from his father Jordan, a prominent collector. Now Austin is looking for a new home for the 1.25 million pieces of
 Austin American Statesman3 days ago

Romania Auction of Ceausescu Memorabilia Raises $55,000

Bidders have spent 50,000 euros ($55,000) buying Communist memorabilia in an auction that included items belonging to the late Romanian dictator Nicolae Ceausescu. The star lot was a Communist Party card issued to Ceausescu in 1954 when it was ...
 ABC News2 days ago
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WUSTL in the News - March 24, 2015

Article Body 2010 USA Today Tennessee Williams' niece finds playwright's memorabilia Williams niece, Francesca Williams of Collinsville, Mo, talks about the boxes of memorabilia she discovered in her parents house. Thursday will mark the 104th ...
 Washington University in St. Louis3 days ago Tennessee Williams' niece finds playwright's memorabilia  USA Today4 days ago

Vietnam veteran upholding a proud Legacy

Bob Johnson with his grandchildren and war memorabilia from his uncle. Picture: Rob Leeson. Source: News Corp Australia VIETNAM veteran Bob Johnson is proud to have served in the same battalion as his uncle, who was killed in action on the shores of ...
 Herald Sun3 days ago
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Special coin minted for birth of new royal baby

Collectors of British royalty memorabilia will soon have another item to add to their hoard of bowls, spoons and teatowels. A special silver £5 coin is being minted to celebrate the upcoming birth of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's second ...
 ONE News3 days ago
New Zealand Herald

Dambusters pilot Les Munro 'delighted' over medal deal

Les Munro, the last surviving Dambusters pilot, has spoken of his delight at raising more than $160,000 for a memorial dedicated to his fallen World War II mates, while also being able to keep his historic war medals in New Zealand. Mr Munro, 95, ...
 New Zealand Herald4 days ago Medals decision easy for Tauranga veteran  New Zealand Herald3 days ago Dambusters pilot delighted over deal  New Zealand Herald4 days ago

Fans Can Bid on World Cup Memorabilia

Cricket fans at this year's ICC Cricket World Cup are being given a once in a lifetime opportunity to bid for official match-used coins from the 49 tournament matches. The ICC is giving cricket fans across the world the opportunity to bid for an ...
 Austin American Statesman6 days ago Cricket fans given opportunity to bid for piece of World Cup history  Times of India6 days ago World Cup fever: Savour dishes named after Indian cricket icons  Economic Times2 days ago Fans stand chance to win piece of WC history  News Today6 days ago
MSN Canada

High school removes all Darren Sharper memorabilia

At Darren Sharper's high school near Richmond, Va., there's a trophy case filled with autographed NFL memorabilia. A photo of him wearing a Green Bay Packers uniform sat proudly next to an autographed helmet. Down the hall, a plaque bearing ...
 MSN Canada2 days ago Weekend fundraiser helps musicians at Stagg High School  Chicago Tribune5 days ago

Dambusters pilot halts medal sale after peer's donation

New Zealander Les Munro had planned to sell his medals, logbooks and other memorabilia to raise funds for maintenance of the Bomber Command War Memorial in London, estimated at 50,000 pounds ($75,000) a year. But the sale, scheduled for Wednesday, ...
 Business World4 days ago Medals and memorabilia owned by rear-gunner sold  ITV.com1 week ago Dambusters pilot halts sale of war medals  Taipei Times Online3 days ago Last Dambusters pilot's medals sold  BBC4 days ago
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