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Best-Methods in Searching for Decorative or Collectible Antique Prints

How to search for the perfect antique prints to frame

I often get asked, ‘what should I invest in’. It’s not always helpful, but the basic answer is, buy what you like. For close to 20 years I’ve been selling a wide variety of vintage prints at craft shows, antique shows and on the internet. I’ve watched people step into my booth and spend over an hour sorting through the boxes of possibilities, from this I’ve developed a good idea on how the process of selection and elimination works. On my website, which has over 10,000 items, people have told me they’ve spent days sorting through images and narrowing down the selection. The inventory on the website varies from collectible Victorian trade cards, vintage seed packets some up to 100 years old, original fruit crate labels, collectible early color magazine ads and covers from Ladies Home Journal, tobacco caddy labels, and other ephemera which often ends up being framed and hung on the wall to be enjoyed.

Once I get an idea of what a person likes I can commonly guide them in a particular direction to find the best prints. When I’m set up at an event and meeting a collector in person, it’s easier. For example, folks may ask do you have any antique crate labels with images of birds. I can quickly pull a variety of fruit crate labels or tin can labels with images of birds to select from. Another good question is about areas of the home, what do you have for the bathroom wall? I usually guide folks in the direction of antique perfume labels which are smaller, very elaborate and fit splendidly  into those hard to decorate locations on a bathroom wall.

When purchasing online it’s not quite as easy, or I should say it’s much easier to miss what you are looking for. For example on my site if you are looking for bird themed crate labels to frame and did a search with that long phrase, no items currently turn up. Revise the search to bird and you get 287 different items. The key to searching a website is to start out with small, single word searches and then narrow down the search by adding words. You may also want to try the plural of a word; try bird, then birds. Many search engines on websites do not calculate in plurals in their searches. If your search for birds is too large you can narrow it down by specific birds, for example parrot or swallow.

When properly using a search engine you will be rewarded greatly, improperly you will miss a goldmine of opportunity. When searching a website such as mine which deals in vintage fruit crate labels, be sure to start out with single words. If you need to further narrow the results, add a word or two. Try a few different words with the same meaning; like plane, then airplane and even aviation. Mastering search engines will open a whole new area of collecting via the internet.

 

Posted by DannyEllis - June 18, 2013 at 8:22 am

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Home Inspections Lifts Home Buyer Optimism

Have you been experiencing a difficulttime offering yourproperty?  If you are intendingto offer yourdwelling and would want to offer it quickly?

Do not forget to havea property inspection witha home inspector who is licensed in the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI). The latest survey suggests that 88% of U.S. grown-ups are positive and more likely to purchasea property once this has been examined by a good ASHI licensed home inspector. This can be applicable to home buyers who happen to be outthere and scouting for houses. A new buyer home inspection is needed toassure the property they’vebeen intendingto acquire isat goodshape. 

Based on an online survey done insidethe United States by Harris Interactive by way of its Quick Query omnibus product, an estimated 2000 adults aged 18 and older thatare mostly homeowners would prefer to spendon houses that are inspected along with a licensed home inspector. In this survey, it showed that four out of five adults believethat foreclosed property and quick sales are good deals specifically if the property inspection considered thehouse is in greatcondition. Eventhough there will be consumers who are skeptical of the service quality comingfrom some inspectors, the moment these home inspectors were found to be ASHI registered it boosts their peace of mind.

The American Society of Home Inspectors would be the biggest and oldest organization for home inspectors. They also have held anexcellent standard of practice and stringent code of ethics when it concerns inspecting houses and some other properties. “It is inspiring to discover gettinga home inspection boosts home buyer peace of mind,” said Marvin Goldstein, president of the ASHI. “We anticipate potential buyers acting on the protectionbrought by home inspections to breathe a lot more life at therecovering housingindustry.”

Right after the recession thatled to the real estate market to plummet, it can be a pleasant breath of fresh air to find out that the housingindustry is getting back with the support and encouragement providedby an ASHI credentialed inspector. However, it is equally crucialto note that home inspection is not similar with home appraisal. The purpose of an inspection will be to inspect the general state of the residence that is certain to:

1.         Allow the property owner to identify crucial areas thatrequire repair service or restructuring.

2.         Let thepurchaser to know the critical repairs whichwere carriedout to point out them they are having a good deal and a excellent home.

3.         Assist in the closing asking price for that property.

Because of the security boost furnishedby an ASHI licensed inspector, thiscompany is determined to keep on with manifesting and keeping its high standards to ensure that both homeowners andreal estate buyers will be directed efficiently in relation to their properties.

Posted by DannyEllis - May 20, 2013 at 11:24 am

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Tips For Always Keeping Your Home Sale On Track

The housing market is seeing enhancement, and in fact is allowing homeowners to have their homes totally ready for sale in 2013. Nevertheless, it is still a buyer’s market and deals may fall through based upon financial issues, marginalprice valuations, home inspections and buyer’s remorse. The great news is that the majority of these issues will be avoidable if ever the seller gets aggressive and takes charge of the dilemma. Listed here are just a few useful information for managing to keep your home sale on track:

 1. Financing

Consider buyers that are preapproved to have a mortgage loan when trying to sell your home. Nevertheless, simply because they have been preapproved doesn’t suggest a home finance company won’t decline a mortgage application later on in the process. Be sure your realtor regularly monitors the status of the loan, in order to finalize the transaction in a timely manner. Federal Housing Administration loans are more rigid, and they are required to satisfy special safety standards right before the loan is approved. Getting an Atlanta home inspection will assist you to flag items which could kill the deal.

 2. Think Forward To The Appraisal

 Modest appraisals have put an end to a number of real estate transactions throughout the current years. This is basically due to the fact that loan providers are sending out appraisers to gauge the home’s market value, and these are typically reporting subdued values in their analysis. In order to avoid having a issue with your home’s appraisal valuation, you can get your realtor assist you to settle on a competitive price for your own home. Running a competitive market analysis of what homes in your town are listed for, the things they sold for and how many days they were on the market will let you make a realistic value at which your property has to be listed.

 3. Get An Early Home Inspection

 The housing market for most places is booming, and sellers could get ahead of the competition by having a home inspection executed before listing their home. A property inspection can review your property or home comprehensively to ascertain if there can be any parts of deep concern. Once the home inspection has been completed, you can make any essential repairs before you place your home for sale. This takes away any problems for both the buyer and seller when it’s time to work out a sale on the home. Looking for a legitimate Atlanta home inspections provider will save you funds in the future by investigating your property for invisible dangers such as leaky pipes, foundational crevices and flooring rot. Realizing that your property is worth your price range, your home will perform well within the purchase.

Posted by DannyEllis - March 2, 2013 at 2:40 pm

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Nothing “Greener” Than Antiques

 

 Antique iron beds have become one of the most well-liked furniture products being used today with “Green” decorators. As we all know, there are no greater sustainable items than antique furniture. Their “atomic footprint” has already been determined and subtracted from the environment. It’s affect, whatever it may have been has been lessened over the previous 150 to 200 years to the point of next to absolutely nothing. Yet to try and create that same merchandise today, would leave a horrible impact on the environment and air we breath.

Iron beds have gone through generation to generation and still maintained their authentic strength and attractiveness. They take absolutely nothing from the environment to generate as do reproductions that are presently being made and require new steel production and all the energy essential to produce them. New York, Texas and Florida decorators seem to be our largest group of “green decorators” and iron beds seem to be one of their favorite decorating items.

When man can put back into use an item that was used over the years, he has helped put us back on a program that we need to be on, if we’re ever going to conserve our planet for our children and generations to come. For us to keep creating items today that take away from our world more than we’re able to give back, puts us on an eventual collision course with extinction. As spectacular as that sounds, it’s not that far fetched. Certainly  not for generations to come………but eventually. For those who choose not to believe in the “Greenhouse Effect” , you have only to look at the empirical info compiled on the melting Polar Ice Caps. The manufacturing of steel and all metals, has devastating results that increase global warming. So employing iron beds, antiques and anything else  that was produced back in the 1800′s, is as responsible as we can ask people to be…….. when taking into consideration our planet and what we can do to help preserve it.

So when choosing the next furniture item for your home, contemplate using something that may have been manufactured years ago, and continues to have lots of use to it…….. before going out and purchasing something very similar that is just newly made. We all need to be more accountable.

I’m not espousing living in a tree house because the building of new homes and the supplies needed are not environmentally conscious. But what I am suggesting is the use of feasible recycled building materials that have already left their atomic “footprint’ on the earth years ago. Recycled wood, siding, roofing materials and imitation wood products that help preserve the forest, instead of the deforestation loggers have continued to employ over the years. We can’t manage to continually cut down our forest at a faster rate than we’re replanting. A considerable amount of the world’s rain forests have been eliminated since the 1960s, due to economic reasons. While logging is the major cause, agriculture, mining, cattle ranching, oil exploration and the construction of dams also play a important role in deforestation. These actions destroy indigenous plants and cause the extinction of native wildlife as well. It is thought that the decline of rain forests will boost CO2 levels in the atmosphere and result in global warming.

Lets all do our part in preserving our planet. I’m old enough to have stood in the audience with my parents when John Kennedy gave his inaugural acceptance speech and said Ask not what your country can do for you - ask what you can do for your country”.

 We can all do more………


 

 

Posted by DannyEllis - December 26, 2012 at 5:59 pm

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Appropriate Antiques for Cottage Design

     Leisure and comfort are two of the more important things to remember when picking a Cottage decor. Other schools of design base their foundation on formality and pretense. Quaint and cozy can be your catch phrase for Cottage Style. Another tenant to remember is “practical”, yet comfortable.

    When it comes to color plans, stay away from primary colors. Cottage Style has always embraced the pastels  and floral prints. In the 70″s and 80′s, Laura Ashley produced an empire with her excellent calico prints. One specific line being done with ultra soft pastel prints, mimicking those of the 1800′s.

    Yet another thing you’re going to want to look at is that not all cottages have the same theme. I’m referring to their location…….which often helps delegate the theme. For example……..If you’ve found a quaint cottage in the woods or mountains. You’re probably not going to be decorating it Nautical antiques or using buoy’s and oars. Conversely a little cottage at the beach is not going to find lumber jack antiques proper either. There are great indigenous things in both of these configurations that will look gorgeous and if you’ve selected one of these setting to be in it’s because the setting and surroundings appealed to you …….. as should those items of local shops that were made with their surroundings in mind. This doesn’t mean you can’t go outside to look for your decor. The internet has opened the farthest reaches of the country and the biggest assortment and variety of Cottage furnishings ever conceived.

     Having decorated a few cottages, I’ve found such resources that dealt in almost nothing but vintage claw foot tubs and pedestal sinks. Then another company that sold strictly rewired vintage lighting fixtures……. thing’s of this nature can be a “make or break” step in reaching the authentic Cottage feel you’re looking for. If you’re of a certain age you may remember visiting Grandma’s house and seeing the old plumbing fixtures and how well they seemed to fit in her house and how practical they were. The same holds true with the table lamps and wall sconces and even hanging ceiling fixtures. Bear in mind…….there was nothing new about them. And all these individual things brought a certain relaxation and permanence with them. If you take the time to decide on these items…… you to will attain that same feel you may have recalled as a child.

    Please don’t think your location delegates 100% of the theme……but it does have some baring.

    A great way to work with unique definitive areas, like the beach, a lake, the mountains, tropics or desert…….can be with old local photo’s and advertising memorabilia. Always keeping in mind “casual , comfortable and practical” ……..the cottage theme song.

     If you’d like to stay accurate with what an authentic cottage owner my have done when furnishing their place, start off browsing the thrift and second hand stores. Catch all the flea markets you can. Cottage style isn’t shopping for ”new” things in the department store. Of course there will be things that you will want to be fresh and new like a mattress and box spring. But the frame that it goes on, is one of the most pure pieces of Cottage Design furniture that there is………… antique iron beds. Many of the cottages I’ve seen, seemed liked most were built at the same time iron beds had reached their highest popularity. Despite the fact that the Austere straight line types were the most common, I’ve seen some really beautifully scrolled and designed beds in Cottage settings. And what made them perform so well was the “finish” that had either been used or was an original paint finish from the foundry that had originally been applied when they made the bed. One of the attractions of using iron beds back then was that cottage owners didn’t have to worry about it clashing with the rest of the pastel decor. They simply threw a coat of paint on it to make it appear like it was originally meant for the setting.

      After picking a bed to sleep in, you’re going be wanting something to sit on. Overstuffed couches are a must. The more pillows and overstuffing….. the better. Slip covers are a must for the “look”. They also have the practicality of being washable, unlike an upholstered couch or chair. You’d be doing well to find very soft pastel floral prints for the couch and then play on the colors when selecting old wing back chairs etc. and the materials to recover them in.

      If you can keep in mind the phrase “Shabby Chic” is a perfect barometer when choosing furniture…..you’re home free. If it doesn’t have a few chips or wear marks, it would be thought of to new and formal. Even though……. if you see a piece you really like,purchase yourself a can of Acetone and have a blast. It can be toxic so use rubber gloves. Find an old washcloth and a cereal size bowl. Soak the rag, ring it out and start giving that “pristine” piece of furniture the once over. Try and think where would continuous usage eventually wear through the paint. It’s easy to do edges. But be sure and give it adequate wear to give it that worn look. If it still appears to new. Get a tube of Raw Umber Acrylics. Now take a wet rag and rub some of the umber on the the existing finish. This is a trial and error step, until you get a feel for how much you want left on and how much you’ll simply take away with the wet rag.

     The opportunities are endless and have filled many a book on the subject. But furnishing a true Cottage should always be a fun ongoing process.

     Enjoy……..

 

 

Posted by DannyEllis - December 21, 2012 at 10:02 am

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How To Dress An Antique Iron Bed

      If you were to come across any vintage photo’s  of bedroom interiors, you would probably be amazed at how spartan they are. The thing that would probably catch your attention before anything else is the lack of pillows that were employed and the method in which they were displayed. Most of the time there was a individual pair of pillows that had little “loft” to them and they were normally laid flat…….not even propped up against the headboard.

      One of the things that is a dead give away for the way pillows were typically displayed and used on iron beds, is that much of the interior design element on the old antique beds gets hidden with todays pillow top mattresses and large European shams and pillows.

      That was not the case, back in the 1800′s. Back then, the spring unit all the beds came with was basically that……. a “spring unit”……. not a box spring as we know it today. But instead, a series of individual springs that were tied together with wire or even sometimes twine. They were famous for their noise factor and also a country full of back troubles.

       On top of that “spring unit” was typically a feather mattress. Some particularly rural places, employed “horse hair” mattresses, if feather mattresses weren’t readily available.

       The total height of the “spring unit” and “feather” mattress usually didn’t exceed more than 8″ to 10″. So the interior design of a bed was built with this height in mind. Keep in mind……todays box springs alone can be 8″ to 10″. A pillow-top mattress can go as high as 25″. That’s a lot of height to have to account for. Here are two sensible ways to do that so you can enjoy any original antique bed and look proportionate………use a “bunkie board” and eliminate the use of a box spring. A “bunkie board” is a 2″ thick hard foundation with no springs. That makes it 6″ less in thickness that a regular box spring. There are two positive aspects to working with a “bunkie board”……one- the elimination of 6″ in height, putting the top of your mattress at a much more reasonable level. The second advantage is the better orthopedic support a hard foundation like a “bunkie board” gives, than does a box spring that does practically nothing other than exacerbate the amount of “flex”, spring upon spring generates.

       The purpose you’re having to contend with all these measurements, and a way to use todays mattresses and big European shams, is because the rail system that supports the mattress and box spring starts at about 13″, on all antique iron beds. On todays conventional Hollywood/Harvard bed frame they are only 5″ away from the ground. A difference of 8″ that has to be accounted for, so everything looks appropriate.

       The second way to efficiently deal with todays tall pillows and pillow-top mattresses, is to have the headboard of your iron bed “lifted”. This is a rather uncomplicated thing to have done ( any welder can do it) and it will give you a lot more display of the headboards design. It will also give you a much more “Regal” look.

 As soon as you’ve dealt with the height issues of your bed frame, you’re now ready to tackle the issue of a dust ruffle. Now here again is something that wasn’t being readily used throughout the Victorian era. Why?……….. Because back then it would have defeated one of the major draws of owning an iron bed. That was there effectiveness in keeping rodents out of the bed. Had dust ruffles  been utilized, it would have totally negated that issue. Mice can very easily climb up fabric material. 

     The wonderful thing about dust ruffles is that they are adaptable to any decor or gender. Straight pleated can work best for a more tailored masculine look……. while heavily ruffles punch-board eyelet can give an ultra feminine romantic appeal.

      When it comes to bed coverings……..well you’re on your own. Every and anything works……quilts, comforters, blankets etc. Determine your decor and the type of bed covering will become clear. If you’d like to produce a “lush” look, use a color coordinated throw that is folded in the direction of the foot of the bed.

      The last and most crucial appointment for your antique iron bed are the pillows. Here again…..the skies the limit. For that full snug look, a suggestion would be to use three sets. If you have a king size bed try this….2 Large European Square Shams with two king size shams in front of the Euro’s. Then try four or five smaller throw pillows in coordinating fabrics with your comforter. The more the merrier. Even tailored Craftsman style can use several pillows and look good. The type of pillow should certainly be the same style as your decor, comforter and iron bed. Coordination of all factors, when dressing a bed will give you the “show stopper” you’re wanting for. The possibilities are limitless.

Posted by DannyEllis - December 21, 2012 at 10:01 am

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The Value of Investing in Online Passive Income

Stocks, precious metals, homes – these are all traditional investment systems, and ones that have been reliably able to provide long term financial gains for smart investors. These will always continue to be areas of intelligent investment potential, and should strongly be considered when you have capital to invest.

But in each of those cases, there are a lot of issues that require constant monitoring, and depend on factors that are out of your control. One bad business decision and a stock plummets. One bad tenant and a home requires thousands of dollars in additional repairs. They’re all smart investments, but they’re all risky and time consuming investments – none of them are providing the passive income that you want to see when you invest your own wealth into a project.

Creating Passive Income

If you’re hoping for passive income, you may want to consider investing in websites and website design instead. The Internet is ripe for generating a profit, and provides you with several benefits that allow you to improve your ROI.

When we talk about investing in websites, what we’re talking about is creating some type of specialty site. The goal is not to create the new Facebook – not as though you’d want to, considering the way Facebook’s IPO has dropped. Rather, it’s to create a site on a topic that interests you, and fill it with content in a way that search engines love. Then, once you’ve found a way to successfully monetize the site, you can let it run indefinitely and see money examples of passive income rolling into your mailbox.

This type of content and website strategy is simply a great investment – better than other types of investments currently available. Some advantages include:

  • Low Startup Cost – Buying a home requires tens of thousands of dollars in capital, and hundreds of thousands in the long term. You can purchase stock for less capital, but your profit potential drops. Website building, including content, is comparatively inexpensive – for only a few thousand dollars, you can have a brand new website with hundreds of pages of content, all providing you with revenue.
  • Runs Indefinitely for Free – Owning a home is never free, and while maintaining your stock portfolio is free, a smart investor will likely have to buy and sell constantly in order to make more of a profit. Once a website is up and running with content, it’s up forever, and the associated costs are incredibly minor.
  • Easy to Update – In addition, if you start a website about something that interests you, you also have the ability to improve its profit potential on your own. Not true of a home or stock, where the factors that contribute to success are beyond your control. With a website, you can add content yourself, or have other people add content in the future, and continue improving revenue.

Combined with the unlimited profit potential of the internet, the value of investing in a new website (or multiple websites) is fairly clear. Over the course of 1, 2, 10, and even 20 years, a good website with excellent copy will more than earn you back your investment, and in some cases you can see profound success all for a low initial cost. It’s something you may want to strongly consider if you’re looking for some type of improvement to your own passive income.

Bio – Micah Abraham is a content writer for Great Leap Studios. Find out more about investing in content and websites at www.greatleapstudios.com.

Posted by Lloyd Ellington - August 30, 2012 at 11:56 am

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Never buy sports memorabilia just because the price is too good to pass up!

Now’s a good time to get acquiring sports memorabilia. In today’s current economic climate, there are several terrific bargains available. Old baseball cards and signed sports memorabilia is where the hobbyist can save. However, you should know about fake cards and signed items. Remember, buy your sports memorabilia from trustworthy sources. Buy from companies like National Sports Distributors that have been around for more than twenty three years. A business that has been around this extensive period of time must be doing things correctly. The one thing I know without a doubt is that they are with the athlete to personally observe any autograph taking place. This provides them to stand 100% behind, without needing to even question if an autograph is real. NSD is my personal first choice for just about any sports memorabilia purchase.
For quite a while now, the inventories of shut down sports memorabilia stores has been showing up in the market at some really good selling prices. Even so, I think that is going to change. The extra merchandise is now beginning to dry up and soon prices will likely be going back up to their regular level. This is correct to the card market too. Lots of people have sold their cards over these past few rough years. Don’t sell now if you don’t have to. Hold out some more months and you will definitely probably notice items going back to their typical level. The sports memorabilia industry follows several industries, but especially the housing marketplace. As homes starts to return, so will the prices on the sports memorabilia but the sports memorabilia will come back more quickly. All we need to see for increases in the sports memorabilia business is to see the real estate market stabilize and your sports collectibles will start raising in price. We’re beginning to see this happen now with signed sports memorabilia.

Now take into account that when a superb athlete passes away, regardless of what his merchandise is, it is going up in price instantly. This is just the character with this business and many other businesses as well, like the art industry. When a painter passes away, he will become even more valuable. Would it make wise practice to accumulate the more aged players today? Without a doubt it does. Our sports celebrities are getting older therefore we have surprises each year with some deaths. I recommend collecting any big names associated with an athlete in excess of 75 years old now. You can’t go wrong in the value of these items providing you got your merchandise at a reasonable price today. Whatever sport you like collecting, make a list of some great players over 75 and concentrate on getting these players on signed merchandise. Actually, this could be a terrific theme for an autograph show.

Posted by DannyEllis - August 20, 2012 at 12:18 pm

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House Your Personal Belongings In Tough Moving Boxes

For many years, everyone has been using common cardboard boxes. These containers, which are readily purchased in convenience stores and supermarkets, are being used worldwide to help individuals transport items from compact ones like pieces of jewelry to large items like kitchen appliances and furnishings.

These boxes may be simple to set up and light in weight, seemingly making them the suitable tool in the event one wants to transport a variety of things. But, unforeseen troubles could develop because of the questionable strength and reliability of these boxes. These containers break up and rip easily from all the extra weight they’re carrying. In addition, grocery store boxes aren’t intended for moving things other than canned goods, bottles, and several grocery items. Just think what will happen if these boxes break in the middle of transiting. It will be a disaster and is an extra cost for you. If you’ll be moving things for the home and apparels, then customised removal boxes will prove more dependable for you and your cherished things.

Although grocery cardboard boxes can serve the purpose, it’s still a beneficial choice for you if you take advantage of the services of a service provider that provides removal boxes. This type of specialist offers custom-made boxes that are developed for the intention of moving things for the home securely and properly. The firm may provide a number of boxes that are well-suited for the item that will be placed in them. Let’s take, for example, for garments, which is the wardrobe box. Putting garments in a large box along with things is not encouraged because this might damage the garments, particularly if sharp things are also in the box.

Specialty removal boxes could come with bubble wraps,. which will cushion your things during transport. You can get these items from a branded provider that offers high quality removal boxes. You may also need to buy silica gel packets online to safeguard your things from deterioration due to humidity and mildew. Appliances, in contrast, due to their heavy weight, will demand stronger shock absorption such as Styrofoam blocks or foam peanuts. Using these components will prevent sensitive parts and electronic components from breaking off while being transported.

Some firms that sell removal boxes also provide shipping and delivery. However, you must take particular notice at how these businesses make their services. Some offer shipping on weekdays for a small charge, several easily keep a website for their clients and several are available 24/7 but may possibly require bigger charges. Always check how these deliveries are made prior to deciding to avail of their services because you might end up getting complications instead. Only buy quality packing boxes when relocating to your new house address! Benefit from the fantastic products from Removal Boxes UK!

Posted by SWalls - May 31, 2012 at 11:20 am

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Custom Coins

For consumers who are looking to order custom coins and choose their own design, style, and image to have placed on their coins will find that shopping with towermint.co.uk is a great place to turn to for the product. No matter what custom design you want, from a special image, a sports replica coin, your favorite emblem, or some date and special occasion printed on the coin, when you order your custom coins from the site your image or design will be processed, the designed will be engraved in the coin, and you will receive the specialized order upon payment.

Depending on the design, the style, and the custom coins you are looking to purchase, when ordering with towermint.co.uk consumers are going to find the cost is going to vary. If it is something fairly simple to engrave, and does not take too much time to complete, you can expect to find the lower prices on the custom coins that you choose to order from the company. But, for consumers who choose to order an intricate design, with various details, design elements, and something that is going to take far longer to create and design, when ordering the custom coins you will find that the cost is going to be a bit higher, due to the customisation and attention to detail required when creating and designing the coins.

By simply emailing your image, design, and custom design features to the website, you will receive a confirmation email back, and a quoted price as to the costs which will go in to making your custom coins, in order for consumers to decide whether or not to have the coins designed. There are many images, design styles, or styles you can choose from when having the coins customized to your specifications. Additionally, choosing the color, style, finish, and the overall quality of the custom coins, are all factors which a consumer is going to have some say in, when they choose to go with custom designs, and their own style coins, when ordering from towermint.co.uk.

So, whether it is a special place, a special date, or some type of personal image you want to have printed on to your coin, when ordering with the right site, consumers are going to be able to choose and design their own custom coins to order from the online retailer. Depending on the design, the style, the quality and the look, and the attention to detail which the custom coins require, the pricing is going to vary, as will the time it is going to take for the professionals to create the coins which you order. But, if you want to offer a great personal gift, or something that commemorates a special occasion (from a wedding to an anniversary), the option to order custom coins, and have a particular design or image created to your specifications, is something all consumers can do when they choose to order their coins from towermint.co.uk.

Posted by MPetersen - April 29, 2012 at 5:15 pm

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