by: Ben Tseytlin - on Vintage & Luxury Watches
Watch Repair Service

Even the most well-designed watches will eventually suffer from the ravages of time and entropy. When this happens it is essential to find a watch repair service that is reputable, especially if your timepiece is rare, expensive, and no longer in production. But how do you choose? What traits should you look for?

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by: Ben Tseytlin - on Antiques & Jewelry
Hematite

Hematite is without a doubt one of the world’s most versatile gemstones. Aside from its usage in jewelry, it is also an ingredient in lipstick, oil paint, mascara and blush and industrial undercoats. This makes it extremely valuable.

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by: Ben Tseytlin - on Gold & Bullion
Silver Mines

Silver is one of the world’s most important industrial metals. From electronics to luxury watches and medical devices, it has hundreds of uses and has been used both as a store of value and medium of exchange for thousands of years. Below is a list of the world’s largest silver mines.

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by: Ben Tseytlin - on Gold & Bullion
Silver

Silver is prized for its lustrous appearance and host of industrial applications, as well as its resistance to corrosion. However, before this wonderful silver metal can be used, it must first be processed, and below are some reasons why this is the case.

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by: Ben Tseytlin - on Antiques & Jewelry
Bone Jewelry

While bone jewelry might not sound glamorous to some, it is an ancient art form that was one of the earliest adornments worn by man, and is perfect for those who are looking for a tribal, prehistoric and eco-friendly look.

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by: Ben Tseytlin - on Coins & Currency
Certified Gold Coins

Certified gold coins are popular both with collectors and investors, and this is because the coins have undergone certification and are guaranteed to be graded and authentic. The two most popular services are NGC (Numismatic Guaranty Corporation) and PCGS (Professional Coin Grading Service).

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