Check out The Tony Jones Show #214 - With music from: Flogging Molly, Hayley Jane, Midnight Creeps, WORM, The Electric Mess, Russ Carrick, Glenn Robinson, silverteeth, Sugar Cones, The Knock Ups, Deer Tick, Eric and the Nothing, Dylan Sevey and the Gentlemen, and The Dirge Carolers.
Travis, James and Kevin are talking modern sports cars - breaking down why certain models are so heavily sought after, give advice on where to invest and speculate on the market for these modern muscle cars.
Also: - Travis really needs a Toyota Supra - The beginning of Japanese brand value increases? - Dodge Viper v10 - The True American Sports Car - Why modern collecting has taken such a huge jump - A used Dodge Demon sells for an insane amount - Vintage Station wagons - What's NOT doing so hot
Travis, James and Kevin are discussing the art of bronzes and why they are an important part of the antiques world. Travis fears Bronze Disease, James puts on his metalsmith hat and Kevin sells a bronze doorstop for an ungodly amount of money.
ALSO: - Bronze in modern settings - The thinner the copper the better? - Modern street artists making bronze casts - K-Studio Bronzes - Verdigris and how it differs from Bronze Disease
World's Greatest Actions Figures. Hear directly from the Father of the Modern Action Figure about the history of MEGO and all the legendary tales around this staple of pop culture.
Recorded live at Rhode Island Comic Con 2019.
Check out The Tony Jones Show #212 - With music from: Ducky Boys, Tony Jones & The Jerktones, Deer Tick, The Quins, We Own Land, Midnight Creeps, The Can't Nots, Blitzkid, 61 Ghosts, Castle Black, Carpathia, Damone, Radio Compass, Willie Alexander, Russ Carrick, Dylan Sevey and the Gentlemen
Travis, James and Kevin are talking about early firearms! While they're quick to admit they are not lawyers and that you SHOULD check your local laws and requirements, they discuss the ins and outs of navigating your first antique firearms purchase for your collection. Learn more about these tricky (and sometimes really expensive) transactions.
ALSO: - World War I Semi-Automatic Colt Pistol - 1968 Gun Control Act - Federal Firearms Licensing for an Auction House - Buying history vs. Buying a firearm - Curio and Relic Licensing - Buying tanks, cannons and flamethrowers.
Travis and Kevin are recapping Rhode Island Comic Con 2019 live from the convention floor! Travis recaps some highlights from his panel with Marty Abrams of Mego Corp, Kevin talks convention buys and what's moving, and Beetlejuice shows up three times.
Also: - Kevin eats lunch with Nichelle Nichols - Travis buys a Shiny Gen 10 Charizard - The guys cosign an original Star Wars prop from Return of the Jedi
Travis, James and Kevin welcome back Jeff Shrader of Advance Guard Militaria to discuss the spoils of war! Jeff comes back to talk to the guys about the importance of establishing prominence of items coming back from an active war zone and why carrying off anything of value doesn't fly like it used to 100 years ago.
ALSO - Kevin takes an art consignment from a Baroness - Raids of the home of Nazi leaders - James talks about his time in Kosovo - Items of cultural importance - What Jeff found in a Vietnam footlocker - The proper paperwork for these types of items https://www.advanceguardmilitaria.com/
Travis, James and Kevin welcome in Megan Berto from Altered Reality Entertainment to preview the upcoming 2019 Rhode Island Comic Con! Learn more about the main ticket items, panels and celebrity appearances as well as tips and tricks on how to get the most out of the weekend!
ALSO: - Family Vacation Reunion with Chevy Chase - Watch Nightmare on Elm Street with Robert Englund - Details on BOTH afterparties - Stranger Things panel - Travis's panel "Turning Collectibles into Cash"
In this episode, Travis, James and Kevin are discussing some items that some people (including your state and federal law enforcement) would consider illegal! James helps to sell an 1830s ivory chessboard, Travis is fascinated by extinct birds and Kevin sells a two-headed calf.
ALSO! - Why was it legal for James to sell the ivory chessboard? - The trickiness of Ivory laws - Tiger skins, and extinct stuffed birds - Nicholas Cage's T-Rex skull - Human skull and body parts - Tibetan artifacts made from bone.
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