CollectiblesStore https://findcollectibles.club Collectible Coins Knives Rocks Fossils Minerals, Monedas Coleccion, Quidditch Set Tobacciana Pipes Barbie Dolls Clocks Playing Cards for Collectors Fri, 18 Oct 2019 11:32:18 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.2.4 https://i1.wp.com/findcollectibles.club/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/cropped-cropped-Collectibles-160-x-160-1.png?fit=32%2C32&ssl=1 CollectiblesStore https://findcollectibles.club 32 32 127978721 Fans of Spaghetti Warehouse can buy collectibles at the Dallas restaurant right now – The Dallas Morning News https://findcollectibles.club/fans-of-spaghetti-warehouse-can-buy-collectibles-at-the-dallas-restaurant-right-now-the-dallas-morning-news/ Fri, 18 Oct 2019 11:32:18 +0000 https://www.findcollectibles.club/fans-of-spaghetti-warehouse-can-buy-collectibles-at-the-dallas-restaurant-right-now-the-dallas-morning-news/ Before Spaghetti Warehouse closes its original restaurant in the West End on Sunday, customers can visit the restaurant and buy some of memorabilia inside. Fans can go into the restaurant from noon to 6 p.m. [...]

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Before Spaghetti Warehouse closes its original restaurant in the West End on Sunday, customers can visit the restaurant and buy some of memorabilia inside.

Fans can go into the restaurant from noon to 6 p.m. on Friday, Saturday and Sunday and make offers.

Some of the items can be purchased and taken home immediately, especially the vintage signs — some of which have been hanging on the walls since the restaurant opened 47 years ago. Signs range, generally, from $25 to $100 — though pricing differs from piece to piece.

Spaghetti Warehouse opened in 1972 in the West End and is one of Dallas’ most historic, still-standing restaurants. It’s stocked with collectibles. There’s a full-sized trolley inside the restaurant and a headboard and footboard owned by Stephen F. Austin, among other trinkets.

Not all of those items are for sale. The headboard and footboard are moving to the Arlington restaurant, as is a confessional booth near the entrance of the restaurant. Some of the items will be sold in an online auction that begins after the restaurant closes. (The company organizing the auction has not confirmed the final list of relics that will be for sale, and pricing is not yet available.)

Nothing has been finalized on how the trolley will be removed from the restaurant, or if it’s for sale yet.

This 1983 file photo shows diners eating dinner in the trolley at Spaghetti Warehouse in Dallas' West End.
This 1983 file photo shows diners eating dinner in the trolley at Spaghetti Warehouse in Dallas’ West End.(ED HILLE/Staff Photographer)

The restaurant group decided to host this live sale after “an overwhelming, heartfelt and unprecedented expression of appreciation from our gusts and the Dallas community as a whole,” says Brad Morris, director of operations, in a statement. We can confirm that: We heard from readers across the country after we posted the news that Spaghetti Warehouse was finally shuttering. One woman in Florida is searching for mementos to commemorate her trips to Dallas.

Spaghetti Warehouse was built inside a former pillow factory and is a behemoth space. The kitchens alone are 3,000 square feet or more — “which is the size of a normal restaurant these days,” says Gene Street, who operated a few dozen Spaghetti Warehouses in the late ’90s and 2000s, including the Dallas original.

Bill Watson, the vice president of marketing for Consolidated Restaurant Operations Inc., says the restaurant had a loyal following and often was packed with kids.

“It did huge business with bus-loads of kids coming to see the Sixth Floor Museum,” Watson says. “It was not unusual during the school year … to see as many as a couple hundred kids in the restaurant, especially the upstairs.”

Spaghetti Warehouse is located at 1815 N. Market St. It closes Sunday after dinner service.

For more food news, follow Sarah Blaskovich on Twitter at @sblaskovich.

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14 new fan experiences, collectibles, sights to look forward to for the upcoming Spurs season – mySA https://findcollectibles.club/14-new-fan-experiences-collectibles-sights-to-look-forward-to-for-the-upcoming-spurs-season-mysa/ Fri, 18 Oct 2019 11:32:17 +0000 https://www.findcollectibles.club/14-new-fan-experiences-collectibles-sights-to-look-forward-to-for-the-upcoming-spurs-season-mysa/ By Madalyn Mendoza, mySanAntonio.com Updated 1:50 pm CDT, Thursday, October 17, 2019 La Cultura fashion line The new, 22-piece fashion line celebrates the team’s Hispanic Heritage Night game on Oct. 26. The Spurs call the vibrant [...]

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Aside from new names on the roster, there is a lot more going on with the Spurs for the 2019-20 season, especially on the fan experience front.

In the days leading up to the regular season, Spurs Sports and Entertainment has rolled out a few launches, from a new fan club for kids to a streetwear line celebrating local culture. They are the latest in a line of additions Spurs fans will be able to take advantage of at the AT&T Center, around town and online.

One of the most notable changes from the offseason may be the hire of former Spur Tim Duncan as an assistant coach. Glimpses of the legend running drills with the team during practice are already exciting fans online. The enthusiasm has been matched in person, at preseason games, when Duncan emerges through the tunnel to take his seat with the other coaches. The roar will surely be amplified once the season tips off on Oct. 23 against the New York Knicks.

RELATED: The Spurs’ Patty Mills calls San Antonio ‘amazing city’ for recognizing Indigenous Peoples Day 

While fans are thrilled to see Duncan back in action in his new role, they’re also getting acquainted with the new generation with the help of new social media content like “Spurs Stories,” which have kept the fanbase connected through the offseason.

“You’ve done such a great job with all the stories,” fan Valerie Maldonado (@valem1962) replied to the Spurs Twitter account’s tweet of Lonnie Walker’s episode. “Proud to root for this team, and this young man!”

Get up to date on what’s new this season in the gallery above.

Madalyn Mendoza is a breaking news reporter and general assignment writer. Read her on our breaking news site, mySA.com, and on our subscriber site, ExpressNews.com | mmendoza@mysa.com | @MaddySkye

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Sacramento Kings Pro Basketball Team Launches Crypto Collectibles – Cointelegraph https://findcollectibles.club/sacramento-kings-pro-basketball-team-launches-crypto-collectibles-cointelegraph/ Thu, 17 Oct 2019 11:30:55 +0000 https://www.findcollectibles.club/sacramento-kings-pro-basketball-team-launches-crypto-collectibles-cointelegraph/ The Sacramento Kings NBA basketball team has partnered with CryptoKaiju to launch crypto-collectibles. In a press release on Oct. 16, the Sacramento Kings announced a new collaboration with the creator of Ethereum-based Kaiju toys, CryptoKaiju. [...]

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The Sacramento Kings NBA basketball team has partnered with CryptoKaiju to launch crypto-collectibles.

In a press release on Oct. 16, the Sacramento Kings announced a new collaboration with the creator of Ethereum-based Kaiju toys, CryptoKaiju. The companies will give away 100 limited-edition Kaiju collectible toys throughout the 2019–2020 basketball season.

Each collectible is backed by a non-fungible token, meaning that no two are the same. 15 of these toys will come with a unique experience or prize, such as courtside seats, VIP tours, and signed merchandise, among others. Sacramento Kings CTO Ryan Montoya said:

“We are thrilled to bring these unique, limited-edition collectibles and immersive experience to our fans. We are always looking for ways to be on the leading-edge of enhancing fan interaction, and this partnership with CryptoKaiju is an exciting opportunity to continue to employ technology that delivers innovative products and content to our fans.”

The collaboration follows last week’s news that the NBA basketball team is launching a blockchain-powered rewards program within its gaming app Call the Shot, which will also be available in the upcoming season.

Sacramento Kings already accepted Bitcoin in 2014

Following a partnership with major cryptocurrency payment processor BitPay, the NBA basketball team became one of the very first sports teams to accept Bitcoin (BTC) for its team store in 2014. In August 2019, the Dallas Mavericks started accepting BTC as a means of payment for match tickets and merchandise.

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Louisville’s Joe Ley Antiques to auction vast inventory of collectibles, oddities – WLKY Louisville https://findcollectibles.club/louisvilles-joe-ley-antiques-to-auction-vast-inventory-of-collectibles-oddities-wlky-louisville/ Thu, 17 Oct 2019 11:30:53 +0000 https://www.findcollectibles.club/louisvilles-joe-ley-antiques-to-auction-vast-inventory-of-collectibles-oddities-wlky-louisville/ Advertisement Louisville’s Joe Ley Antiques to auction vast inventory of collectibles, oddities Share Shares Updated: 4:09 PM EDT Oct 16, 2019 Louisville Business First A Louisville staple for more than five decades will be auctioning [...]

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A Louisville staple for more than five decades will be auctioning off its products before closing its doors, according to our media partner, Louisville Business First. Joe Ley Antiques Inc. has hired Louisville-based Wardlow Auctions Inc. to liquidate its remaining inventory in a phased online auction that will take place over the next several months. The first phase of the auction will be online before Thanksgiving, and updates will be posted at the Wardlow Auctions website.Joe Ley Antiques has been in business for 56 years in a converted three-story 1890 schoolhouse. The store’s owner, Joe Ley, listed the property at 615 and 625 E. Market St. for sale earlier this year at just under $5 million. The store is spread across more than 42,000 square feet in three buildings. The complex includes an 18,819 square-foot historical main building, with two adjacent warehouse buildings that contain 24,117 square feet of space.For more information on Joe Ley Antiques Inc. and the auction, head to Louisville Business First.

A Louisville staple for more than five decades will be auctioning off its products before closing its doors, according to our media partner, Louisville Business First.

Joe Ley Antiques Inc. has hired Louisville-based Wardlow Auctions Inc. to liquidate its remaining inventory in a phased online auction that will take place over the next several months. The first phase of the auction will be online before Thanksgiving, and updates will be posted at the Wardlow Auctions website.

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Joe Ley Antiques has been in business for 56 years in a converted three-story 1890 schoolhouse. The store’s owner, Joe Ley, listed the property at 615 and 625 E. Market St. for sale earlier this year at just under $5 million. The store is spread across more than 42,000 square feet in three buildings. The complex includes an 18,819 square-foot historical main building, with two adjacent warehouse buildings that contain 24,117 square feet of space.

For more information on Joe Ley Antiques Inc. and the auction, head to Louisville Business First.

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Coles launches collectables for adults in supermarket war move – Yahoo Finance Australia https://findcollectibles.club/coles-launches-collectables-for-adults-in-supermarket-war-move-yahoo-finance-australia/ Wed, 16 Oct 2019 14:34:03 +0000 https://findcollectibles.club/coles-launches-collectables-for-adults-in-supermarket-war-move-yahoo-finance-australia/ View photos Coles has announced a fancy adults’ collectables range. Image: Getty Images More Make your money work with Yahoo Finance’s daily newsletter. Sign up here and stay on top of the latest money, property [...]

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Coles has announced a fancy adults’ collectables range. Image: Getty Images

kids learn how to make plants grow, adults can enjoy their new glassware under a new plan from Coles.” data-reactid=”31″>While the kids learn how to make plants grow, adults can enjoy their new glassware under a new plan from Coles.

When customers spend $20 at Coles, Liquorland and First Choice, they score one ‘glassware credit’. Customers can then redeem them for a box of two Spiegelau glasses, starting from 25 credits. There are six sets to collect.

Coles chief marketing officer Lisa Ronson said Coles wanted to inspire Australians, using the glassware promotion to launch the supermarket giant’s Christmas food range.

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This includes a chocolate pudding, mince pies and a prosecco and raspberry sponge pudding.

“We have committed to making Coles an Own Brand powerhouse, and at Christmas time that means helping customers to bring magic to their entertaining with this fantastic brand-new range,” Ronson said.

“We’ve really focussed on developing products which are easy to prepare, great value and will help customers impress their family and friends.”

Coles researcher found that 50 per cent of shoppers buy pre-made sweets before Christmas day.

Coles will also sell a tailored range of Own Brand French, Italian and Spanish cheeses and Italian panettone.

Woolworths and Coles have changed supermarket marketing with their collectables campaigns, trading on kids’ desire to have another Ooshie or Little Shop for greater in-store purchases.

While the other collectables ranges targeted families, this Christmas range is one of Coles’ most overt attempts to target adults.

It comes as Coles rolls out its new plan to offer two distinct shopping options: a cut price option offering bulk-sized products for budget-conscious Australians, and an up-market supermarket that includes food halls in store and convenience food options for time-poor shoppers.

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