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#37 Tammy’s Appraisals! A tip for identifying pottery. Where to check prices and another interview with Auction Wally!

Please comment on this episode! I just love hearing from you and it helps me know what you want to see on future episodes! :)

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15 Responses to “#37 Tammy’s Appraisals! A tip for identifying pottery. Where to check prices and another interview with Auction Wally!”

  1. Leah Lemons says:

    Yes my sister and I have a website for antiques, vintage and just plain old junkables. We would really like for you to drop by and tell us what we could do to make it better and to get more traffic. We would really appreciate any thoughts you might have on our site and helping us get it off the ground.
    And I love your show.

  2. Tammy Kahn Fennell says:

    Hi! You were featured in a recent episode!

    I actually have a search engine optimization specialist coming on in about 5 weeks… did you sign up for the updates so you’ll get emailed when he is on?

  3. Leah Lemons says:

    Thanks Tammy for your nice comments on your show about junkables, and yes i want to sign up for the updates, I would also like to put a link to your show on if it would be okay with you.
    I really like your show and beleive that all our members would really enjoy it also.
    It has been really hard for us to do marketing on junkables – we are new to marketing and have not been very successful at it. We have been so busy going through my father-in-law boxes that we really have not learned enough about the marketing side of having a website. All of your help would be greatly appreciated.
    Leah Lemons

    Thanks again
    Leah Lemons

  4. Tammy Kahn Fennell says:

    A link to us would be MUCH appreciated! It’s all about building a reputation – also – you may wanna try to help some folks out in the forum (link on the top of this page) – you can put a link in your signature and as long as you’re not flat out “HEY BUY MY STUFF” I’m happy for the help with questions in there :)

  5. Fine Estate says:

    Nice of you to help Tammy, I mean not only Junkables, but like everyone who watches your show…even an Old Guy like me learns from tuning in.

    Content is king, it is what drives the traffic…care and attention to your content will have new readers finding you everyday…

    Good Luck All

    .-= Fine Estate´s last blog ..One Thousand and One Banjos, The Tsumura Collection, Akira Tsumura =-.

  6. Auctionwally says:

    It was great to be on the show again, Thanks for having me.

    When Nick called in, I loved your explanation on the value of items with an asking price vs. a price realized. I always try to use price realized information when I’m doing an appraisal if at all possible.

    Now Terry Kovel, who I’ll be happy to have as a guest on my show soon, uses asking prices mostly from shops. And that’s a great way of assessing value as well, as long as it’s indicated that these are “asking” prices, and the items may not have been actually sold, which of course Terry does.

    I think the most important thing, is consistency on behalf of the appraiser.

    Thanks Again,

    .-= Auctionwally´s last blog ..What’s it worth? Appraisal of vaseline glass basket =-.

  7. I have some of Hugo’s art and I can personally tell you all it is even more magnificent in person! The amount detail, lighting, and more is superb. Hugo is truly a blessing to automotive collectors!
    .-= Michael Berenis´s last blog ..Volkswagen flips a half pipe =-.

  8. Tammy says:

    Testing something

  9. Tammy Kahn Fennell says:

    one more test

  10. Michelle says:

    Hi Tammy. I really enjoy this site. I was glad to hear you mention that just because a book says something is worth a certain amount, does not always mean that it will sell for that amount. I always check eBay completed items to get a feel for what something is actually “worth”. I suppose another way to put it is that an item is worth exactly as much as someone is willing to pay for it. There are many unsold items on eBay every day that never had a chance because the seller went strictly by “the book” and ignored their actual market.

    Keep up the great work!

    .-= Michelle´s last blog ..Green Depression Glass =-.

  11. Tammy Kahn Fennell says:

    THanks for the comment michelle! “”. I suppose another way to put it is that an item is worth exactly as much as someone is willing to pay for it. ”

    Truer words have never been spoken!

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