Author Archives: John McCormick
Tomorrow’s sale will the last chance to buy a mug until the Garden Tour in May.
Reporting on the outcome of he March 19 HSR Antique & Appraisal Event is yesterday’s newspapers now, but I have an excuse. I was otherwise occupied that day with using a video camera and projector to show close-up views of the items at Ron … Continue reading
You’re thinking, Ewww! But not really – it’s just a free lecture about him, an Open House of the historic Shipman Mansion, and dessert. BONUS! So, yeah, it’s history, albeit history of a scary time. For a generation that lived during the 1960s, it … Continue reading
Just picked up the posters for Rob’s event at Joie Budget Printing. He sends this blurb below about plans for the 3-Mile Community Ride on June 11. – JMc The century riders will start in NYC that morning and bike 100 miles … Continue reading
Just won an auction on eBay. See the entire postcard scan here. Let me know if you see your house. A few flea bites on the house at left, but altogether in decent shape for being almost 102 years old. Camden … Continue reading
Over fifty different styles of historically themed mugs now available. Just in – 5 new Porch Club styles, 7 new Riverton Yacht Clubs, and a cool Nellie Bly mug.
The Great Riverton Cycling Weekend is coming up in just ten weeks, and the HSR is on board to help promote and support both events. Rob Gusky, Riverton Favorite Son and organizer, is planning now from his home in Wisconsin for … Continue reading
Mug sale from 1-3 pm today at Riverton Free Library during the Used Book Sale. Here’s a flyer that explains more. JMc
By popular demand the Historical Society of Riverton mug sale returns to the Riverton Free Library from 1 pm -3 during for the next three Sundays during the RFL’s used book sale. With Mother’s Day, graduations, and all kinds of spring … Continue reading
There is still time! Explore your attic, rummage through your basement, search your garage, and check your jewelry box. Renowned Philadelphia antiques expert, Mr. Ronald E. Shaffer, ISA, and Mr. Nicholas Fratto, manager of Palmyra’s Anthony Jewelers and Master Gemologist will offer their expert verbal opinions of … Continue reading