Monthly Archives: April 2014

How To: The Appraisal Process

So you’ve stumbled onto a lucky find at a flea market or found that perfect item on ebay. The real question is: How lucky are you? If you’re even a passive collector you’ve likely seen TV shows like Antique Roadshow or Pawn Stars where everyday people bring in items that they think are valuable, only […]

May Must-See Car Show: 24th Annual Cruisin’ Ocean City

It’s time again to highlight an upcoming car show for all you gear heads! Much like last month’s featured event, May’s event has grown massively over it’s 24-year history. So much so that registrations to participate sell out and potential openings are often only found on the day of the event. So this month, soak […]

Importing and Exporting Antique Firearms

Disclaimer: The topics and guidelines discussed in this post pertain to the importing and exporting of firearms in the United States only. For regulations governing the import and export of firearms in a country other than the U.S., please consult with your local governing bodies. Online auctions and marketplaces like GunBroker.com have opened up collector […]

PaySAFE Chosen as Finalist of “Get Started Omaha” Pitch Contest

Announced yesterday, PaySAFE was selected from amongst more than 30 applicants as one of five finalists in the “Get Started Omaha” Pitch Contest. We are honored to be chosen as a finalist from amongst all of the potential applicants and look forward to presenting among four other outstanding Omaha-based businesses. A representative from each of […]

Shipping Antique & Collectable Firearms

Depending on your own interests, or simply because of where you live, you may or may not know about the huge secondary market for collectable and antique firearms. Sites like GunBroker.com host thousands of ads and forum discussions where firearm enthusiasts chat about the latest industry news, auctions and events. There is also a significant […]

Top U.S. Ports for RORO Shipping

Unless you live in or near a coastal city it’s easy to forget the sheer amount of cargo and goods that are shipped in and out of the United States via sea vessels. On a day-to-day basis, tens of thousands of tons of goods move through customs at ports up and down both the Pacific […]