Welcome to our online sales site - Another Time Another Place. It is our desire to give you the best of service in all transactions.
We are a retired couple who, for the most part, are selling items that we have acquired in forty-five years of marriage.
Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions. Our prices on most items are negotiable. Do not be shy about making an offer. You might be surprised at the price we can settle upon.
We have sold on eBay with a feedback of 100% satisfaction from our buyers. We now sell exclusively on Bonanza with the same feedback results. We wish to keep it that way, so please contact us prior to posting feedback, should you purchase from us and have concerns. It is best to contact us ahead of purchasing if you need further descriptions or pictures.
If you are looking for something, let us know and if we have it, we can send pictures or we may just put it on Bonanza! God bless and have a great day!
Donna and Morris
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HELPFUL HINTS FOR:
FRESHENING OLD PAPER GOODS
Often vintage paper goods have a slight musty stored-in-the-basement odor characteristic of old paper goods. This can be removed however. Activated Charcoal, purchased from a health food store, is the key. Activated charcoal is used to neutralize all sorts of odors, and it has no odor of its own. Get a cardboard box big enough to hold two shallow pans or cookie sheets. Spread about 3 ounces of fine powdered charcoal on a sheet of aluminum foil in a shallow pan. Use drinking glasses to support another pan or cookie sheet. Put your album on a clean white towel or white paper toweling, and place it on the second cookie sheet. You can probably put the charcoal and album in a closed box to speed the process. After 6 or 8 hours, rearrange the paper goods and repeat process for at least another cycle or two. You can reuse the charcoal by putting the pan of charcoal in a moderate 350 degree oven, without the paper, to reactivate it so it can be re-used. Repeat until the odor disappears.
CLEANING OLD COINS:
In nearly ever situation it is best to never dip or polish old and collectible coins. What comes off with a soft moist cloth and then dried completely is the more appropriate thing to do. Chemically treating coins of value, generally, lessens their value.