Marbles were just one collecting category in Holabird's massive Don't Lose Your Marbles Auction, May 16-20 in Reno, Nev.

Wire gold specimen from the Ibex Mine in Leadville, Colorado, uncovered by metal detector within the last 20 years and was most recently in the collection of Bryan Lees (11,250).

Northern Pacific Railroad Company $100, 7.3 percent, 30-year land grant tax-free gold bearer bond, due in 1900, issued July 1st, 1870, with an embossed seal and attractive vignettes. ($4,400).

Gold nugget necklace with 24 small nuggets (1.11 ozt) and one large nugget (1.91 ozt), set with a .5 carat round cut diamond ($9,375).

Giant onion skin marble with mica, circa 1860s-1880s, two inches in diameter, a beautiful specimen with multi-colored splotches and mica flakes scattered throughout the body ($1,475).

Hawaiian Baseball Association stock certificate issued to baseball inventor A.J. Cartwright on June 12th, 1890, for five shares, signed by Cartwright on the reverse side ($4,500).

The auction also featured Western Americana, mining, stock certificates, railroadiana, Native Americana, art, bottles, postcards, coins, medals and tokens.

RENO, NV, UNITED STATES, May 29, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — A wire gold specimen pulled from the Ibex Mine in Leadville, Colorado sold for $11,250, a necklace with 25 gold nuggets and a diamond realized $9,375, a Hawaii Baseball Association stock certificate issued to baseball inventor A.J. Cartwright in 1890 made $4,500, and a Northern Pacific Railroad Company land grant bond from 1870 fetched $4,400 at a Don’t Lose Your Marbles Auction held May 16-20 by Holabird Western Americana Collections, LLC.

Marbles was just one of many collecting categories included in the five-day auction, which also featured Western Americana, mining, stock certificates, railroadiana, Native Americana, art, bottles, postcards, postal history, baseball sports memorabilia, coins, medals and tokens. The sale was held online and in Holabird’s gallery, located at 3555 Airway Drive (Suite #308) in Reno.

The sale overall contained a staggering 4,134 lots and grossed around a half million dollars, to include buyer’s premium. For those unable to attend in person, Internet bidding was facilitated by iCollector.com, LiveAuctioneers.com, Invaluable.com, AuctionMobility.com and Auctionzip. More than 4,600 people registered to bid online. Telephone and absentee bids were also taken.

Day 1, on Thursday, May 16th (lots 1000-1839) featured numismatics, to include books and checks, coins, currency, ingots, medals and scales; Part I of the mining category, to include mining artifacts and books, stocks and ephemera, mostly from Alaska and California; and general Americana, to include assorted books, fire, postal history, geographic sort and more.

The Hawaiian Baseball Association stock certificate issued to baseball inventor A.J. Cartwright on June 12th, 1890, for five shares, was the day’s top lot. Cartwright signed the reverse. Also, a stock certificate for the Pacific Pearl Company (N.Y.) for 25 shares, from 1867, achieved $2,525. The company was a venture to harvest pearls and pearl shells in the Pacific Ocean. The Chief Engineer, Julius Kroehl, invented a submarine able to dive and re-surface on its own, in 1866.

Other Day 1 top earners included an 1831 gold ducat coin from the Netherlands, showing a helmeted figure with a sword on the obverse and words in all capitals on the reverse ($1,000); and three quicksilver (mercury) flasks from New Almaden, Calif., made of iron and rusted from exposure ($812). The tallest bottle of the three was 14 ½ inches; a 12-inch one was marked “N ALMADEN”, a reference to the New Almaden Quicksilver Mine in Santa Clara, Calif. ($812).

Day 2 was dedicated to Part II of the mining collectibles, which included stocks and ephemera from Colorado and Wyoming. Star lots included a Bill Young Mining Company (San Juan County, Colo.) stock certificate, issued for 50 shares to C.P. Cogwell on May 1st, 1888 ($2,562); and a rare Leadville (Colo.) Mining & Stock Exchange Association stock certificate, issued for two shares to Clinton Bennett on May 13th, 1881, signed by H.A.W. Tabor as president ($1,688).

Day 3, Saturday, May 18th, featured transportation collectibles, to include airplane, automobile, steamer and railroad; Wells Fargo and Express; and tokens, which included tokens from brothels.

The Northern Pacific Railroad Company land grant bond that fetched $4,400 was the marquis lot of the day. The $100, 7.3 percent, 30-year land grant tax-free gold bearer bond, due in 1900, was issued July 1st, 1870 and featured an embossed seal and attractive vignettes. Also, an early Atlantic & Pacific Aerial Navigation Company (San Francisco, Calif.) stock certificate for three shares, issued June 30th, 1898 to Robert H. Mitchell, not cancelled, with a vignette, hit $1,688.

Day 4, on Sunday, May 19th, was perhaps the sexiest day of the auction, with categories that included sports collectibles, jewelry, furniture, art, Native Americana, textiles, bottles, cowboy collectibles, firearms and weaponry, entertainment, gaming, military, minerals and…marbles!

The sale’s overall top lot was the wire gold specimen from the Ibex Mine in Leadville, Colorado that garnered $11,250. It was uncovered by metal detector within the last 20 years and was most recently in the collection of Bryan Lees, owner of the Sweet Home Rhodochrosite Mine (Colo.). The gold nugget necklace with 24 small nuggets (1.11 ozt) and one large nugget (1.91 ozt), set with a .5 carat round cut diamond, sailed past its estimate of $6,500-$8,500 to finish at $9,375.

An oil painting by William A. Moore, titled Pelicans Going Home, showing Winnemucca Lake and Pyramid Lake in Nevada, truly massive at 16 feet in length and 30 inches tall and in a light wood frame, went for $7,500; while a vintage Victor Moses Begay (VMB) Navajo handmade silver, turquoise and coral concho black leather belt from the 1970s, signed, breezed to $2,000.

In the sports collectibles category, a pair of Boston Red Sox stock certificates from 1916, both with ties to Babe Ruth, brought $2,000. One was signed by Joseph J. Lannin, the president of the Red Sox who brought Ruth to Boston; the other was signed by Harry Frazee, who sold Ruth to the Yankees, for $300,000. Also, an autographed Derek Jeter Yankees’ pinstripe jersey from 2000, beautifully framed and signed by Jeter in silver ink, with “00 WS MVP”, rose to $1,500.

And, lest we forget, a giant onion skin marble with mica, circa 1860s-1880s, two inches in diameter, a beautiful specimen with multi-colored splotches (mostly darker pink) and with mica flakes scattered throughout the body, in perfect condition and pontiled, rolled away for $1,475.

Anyone owning a collection that might fit into an upcoming Holabird Western Americana Collections auction is encouraged to get in touch. The firm travels extensively throughout the U.S., to see and pick up collections. Last year it visited Boston, Florida, Seattle and New York.

Holabird Western Americana is always seeking quality Americana and coin consignments, bottles, advertising and other fine collections for future auctions. To consign a single piece or an entire collection, you may call Fred Holabird at 775-851-1859 or 844-492-2766; or, you can e-mail him at fredholabird@gmail.com. To learn more about Holabird Western Americana, LLC, and the firm’s calendar of upcoming events, visit www.fhwac.com. Updates are posted frequently.

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Daytona Beach Golf Community Enjoys a Fast Start to 2019

Riviera Country Club enjoyed a strong spring

Daytona Beach is a 12-month destination, but golf season peaks from January-April when players take advantage great of conditions and temperatures in the 70s.

It was a very strong spring – the best we've had since 2013. We enjoyed improved weather, and we saw new faces for sure.”

— Ryan Meyers, General Manager, Riviera Country Club

DAYTONA BEACH, FLA., US, May 29, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Buoyed by good weather and a resurgent reputation as a go-to spot for golf travelers, the Daytona Beach golf community enjoyed a strong first quarter to open 2019.

With its idyllic winter weather, Daytona Beach is a 12-month destination, but the golf season peaks from January through April when locals, snowbirds and golf groups take advantage of great conditions and temperatures in the mid-70s.

“It was a very strong spring – the best we've had since 2013," said Ryan Meyers, the general manager of Riviera Country Club. “We enjoyed improved weather, and we saw new faces for sure.”

Meyers said Riviera was up 15 to 20 percent, and the semi-private club was far from alone in enjoying a strong start to the year.

The reasons for Daytona Beach’s increasing popularity with golfers are three-fold: the area is home to nearly 30 outstanding public courses, the value is tremendous, and the location ensures a good time on and off the course.

Golf course options are a driving force behind every trip and the Daytona Beach area offers some of Central Florida’s premier layouts, including LPGA International, home of the acclaimed Jones and Hills courses.

Off the course, Daytona Beach, home of the “World’s Most Famous Beach,” always delivers a good time whether you’re traveling with family or as part of a group. From the Daytona Beach Ale Trail to waterfront dining, the area has something for every golfer.

For more information, visit www.daytonabeach.golf.

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Pilates & Yoga Studios Market 2019 Global Trend, Segmentation and Opportunities Forecast To 2025

This report covers market characteristics, size and growth, segmentation, regional breakdowns, competitive landscape, market shares, trends and strategies

PUNE, INDIA, May 29, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Pilates & yoga studios offer workout sessions with instructors, providing coaching and motivation needed to achieve fitness. Pilates focuses on core strength, awareness of breath, and alignment of the spine, while yoga is an entire compendium of exercises designed to stimulate and rejuvenate the entire body.
In 2018, the global Pilates & Yoga Studios market size was xx million US$ and it is expected to reach xx million US$ by the end of 2025, with a CAGR of xx% during 2019-2025.

This report focuses on the global Pilates & Yoga Studios status, future forecast, growth opportunity, key market and key players. The study objectives are to present the Pilates & Yoga Studios development in United States, Europe and China.

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The key players covered in this study
Pure International
Rainbow Kids Yoga
Shiva Yoga Studio
Yoga Inc
Ananda
Yoga Class Near You
Embody Practice Center
Center of I Am
Wild Lotus Yoga
Center for Spiritual Awareness
Evansville Yoga Center
Yoga Meditation & Therapy Center
Baby Moon
Self-Realization Fellowship
Invoke

Market segment by Type, the product can be split into
Yoga Classes
Pilates Classes
Pilates and Yoga Accreditation Training
Merchandise Sales

Market segment by Application, split into
Small Scale
Medium Scale
Massive

Market segment by Regions/Countries, this report covers
United States
Europe
China
Japan
Southeast Asia
India
Central & South America

Table of Contents

1 Report Overview
1.1 Study Scope
1.2 Key Market Segments
1.3 Players Covered
1.4 Market Analysis by Type
1.4.1 Global Pilates & Yoga Studios Market Size Growth Rate by Type (2014-2025)
1.4.2 Yoga Classes
1.4.3 Pilates Classes
1.4.4 Pilates and Yoga Accreditation Training
1.4.5 Merchandise Sales
1.5 Market by Application
1.5.1 Global Pilates & Yoga Studios Market Share by Application (2014-2025)
1.5.2 Small Scale
1.5.3 Medium Scale
1.5.4 Massive
1.6 Study Objectives
1.7 Years Considered

2 Global Growth Trends
2.1 Pilates & Yoga Studios Market Size
2.2 Pilates & Yoga Studios Growth Trends by Regions
2.2.1 Pilates & Yoga Studios Market Size by Regions (2014-2025)
2.2.2 Pilates & Yoga Studios Market Share by Regions (2014-2019)
2.3 Industry Trends
2.3.1 Market Top Trends
2.3.2 Market Drivers
2.3.3 Market Opportunities

3 Market Share by Key Players
3.1 Pilates & Yoga Studios Market Size by Manufacturers
3.1.1 Global Pilates & Yoga Studios Revenue by Manufacturers (2014-2019)
3.1.2 Global Pilates & Yoga Studios Revenue Market Share by Manufacturers (2014-2019)
3.1.3 Global Pilates & Yoga Studios Market Concentration Ratio (CR5 and HHI)
3.2 Pilates & Yoga Studios Key Players Head office and Area Served
3.3 Key Players Pilates & Yoga Studios Product/Solution/Service
3.4 Date of Enter into Pilates & Yoga Studios Market
3.5 Mergers & Acquisitions, Expansion Plans

4 Breakdown Data by Type and Application
4.1 Global Pilates & Yoga Studios Market Size by Type (2014-2019)
4.2 Global Pilates & Yoga Studios Market Size by Application (2014-2019)

5 United States
5.1 United States Pilates & Yoga Studios Market Size (2014-2019)
5.2 Pilates & Yoga Studios Key Players in United States
5.3 United States Pilates & Yoga Studios Market Size by Type
5.4 United States Pilates & Yoga Studios Market Size by Application

6 Europe
6.1 Europe Pilates & Yoga Studios Market Size (2014-2019)
6.2 Pilates & Yoga Studios Key Players in Europe
6.3 Europe Pilates & Yoga Studios Market Size by Type
6.4 Europe Pilates & Yoga Studios Market Size by Application

……Continued

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Iconic Child Safety Brand KinderGard® Returning to Retail Shelves in 2019

Kindergard products including outlet covers, cabinet and drawer latches, and door latch lock

KinderGard® Legacy Products

KinderGard Red Logo

KinderGard® Logo

KinderGard® baby-proofing products including outlet plug covers, drawer safety latches and more will be relaunched nationwide in 2019.

KinderGard® child safety products have been sold at nearly every national retailer including Wal-mart Target, TOYS-R-US, JC Penny, Albertsons, Lowes Walgreens, Ace Hardware and many others.”

— David Happe

TAMPA, FLORIDA, USA, May 29, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Metron Bios LLC is pleased to announce the acquisition of the KinderGard® brand. KinderGard® is an American iconic brand, with registered trademarks dating back to 1974. KinderGard® child safety products have been sold at nearly every national retailer including Wal-mart Target, TOYS-R-US, JC Penny, Albertsons, Lowes Walgreens, Ace Hardware and many others.

Legacy products including electrical outlet plug covers, cabinet and drawer safety latches, plastic door knob guards, protective sharp edge and corner guards, and other home baby-proofing products will relaunched at retailers nationwide and online at KinderGard.org, Amazon, eBay, Walmart.com and other retailers later in 2019.

About Metron Bios LLC : Process. Efficiency, Automation. Outsourcing. There's a common theme threading the diversified product holdings of Metron Bios LLC. We are a consumer products holding company and start-up incubator. With multiple streams of income in emerging markets, we ride the hot hand while germinating business from seed through bloom. Along the way, the company has built and acquired both physical and intellectual property assets. We require the lowest SG&A imaginable to deliver the best retail value for our dealers and customers. And most importantly, we bring unique and compelling value to our consumers in diversified industries including leisure, home health care, physical and personal security.

Metron Bios noun, pronounced ˈme‧ˌträn ˈbī-ˌōs : definition – ancient Greek: bios ="life", metron ="measure" is the study of methods for uniquely recognizing humans based upon one or more intrinsic physical or behavioral traits.

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Bruneau & Co.'s June 8th Antiques & Fine Art Auction will feature paintings by listed artists and wonderful art glass

Reflective Impressionist painting by Frits Thaulow (1847-1906), signed lower right, depicting a tranquil river with forest embankments and a cluster of farm buildings (est. $6,000-$9,000).

Realistic genre painting by John George Brown (N.Y./Calif., 1831-1913), of two young boys standing on a cobblestone sidewalk against a wall near a green painted door (est. $5,000-$8,000).

Impressionist winter landscape painting signed by Antonio Cirino (R.I./Italy, 1889-1983), of a meandering stream through a snow-capped forest, with a small bridge (est. $3,000-$5,000).

Fine Loetz vase (Czech Republic, 20th century), 5 inches tall, vibrant yellow, with a bulbous upper section finished in a pulled red and blue Argus pattern decoration (est. $800-$1,200).

Chinese Republic Period Sgraffito bottle form vase, 8 ¾ inches tall, yellow enameled ground with an incised foliate pattern decorated with pink chrysanthemum flowers (est. $600-$900).

The auction will contain 325 lots from estates across New England, many of them fine paintings and art glass, online and in the Cranston, Rhode Island gallery.

This auction is sure to appeal to art aficionados, ranging from works by American artists John George Brown, Jeremiah Wilson and Antonio Cirino to the Norwegian Impressionist Frits Thaulow.”

— Travis Landry

CRANSTON, RI, UNITED STATES, May 28, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — An antiques and fine art auction featuring 325 lots from estates across New England – many of them wonderful examples of fine art and art glass – will be held on Saturday, June 8th, by Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers, online and in the Cranston gallery at 63 Fourth Avenue. The sale will start at 12 noon. Previews will be held June 6th and 7th from 9am-5pm Eastern time.

A live-only pre-sale auction, featuring around 150 lots and with no live bidding, will begin at 10 am. That will be immediately followed by the main event at noon.

“This auction is sure to appeal to art aficionados, ranging from works by American artists John George Brown, Jeremiah Wilson and Antonio Cirino to the Norwegian Impressionist Frits Thaulow,” said Travis Landry, a Bruneau & Co. specialist and auctioneer. “I’m sure bidder tensions will be high on who is taking what home.”

Kevin Bruneau, president and auctioneer of Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers, added, “It’s not too often you see such a large collection of art glass come out of the town next door. From fine examples of English satin glass to Loetz and Moser art glass, there is something for everyone. Plus, it will be good to see where the market is compared to years past.”

Two oil on canvas paintings should make a strong case for top lot of the auction. The first is a reflective Impressionist painting by Frits Thaulow (1847-1906). The work, signed lower right, carries an estimate of $6,000-$9,000 and depicts a tranquil river with forest embankments and a cluster of farm buildings. Thaulow was a mentor to famous artist Edvard Munch (1863-1944).

The second is a realistic genre painting by John George Brown (N.Y./Calif., 1831-1913) that depicts two young boys standing on a cobblestone sidewalk against a brick wall near a green painted door (est. $5,000-$8,000). The finely detailed work is signed lower right and is housed in a 25 ½ inch by 21 ½ inch frame. It’s a fine example from Brown’s career as a painter of realism.

Beautiful vases will highlight the art glass category. A couple choice examples are as follows:

• A fine Loetz vase (Czech Republic, 20th century), 5 inches tall (est. $800-$1,200). The vibrant yellow vase is iridescent cylindrical form, with a bulbous upper section finished in a pulled red and blue Argus pattern decoration. The underside bears a polished pontil.
• A Stevens Williams (England, 19th century) Pompeiian verre de soie vase, 14 ¾ inches tall (est. $600-$900). The unsigned vase is satin glass gourd form, having an elongated neck with purple-pink swirl decoration. It’s from the estate of a West Warwick, R.I. lady.

Just as beautiful – only porcelain and not art glass – is a Chinese Republic Period Sgraffito vase, 8 ¾ inches tall, expected to find a new owner for $600-$900. The bottle form vase is yellow enameled ground with an allover incised foliate pattern decorated with pink chrysanthemum flowers and foliage. The underside of the vase bears a finely ground foot with blue glazing pool.

Returning to fine art, an Impressionist winter landscape painting by Antonio Cirino (R.I./Italy, 1889-1983), depicting a meandering stream through a snow-capped forest, with a small walking bridge in the background, is expected to realize $3,000-$5,000. The signed work is accompanied by personal correspondence between Cirino and his family, Christmas cards and other ephemera.

A genre painting of a beautiful young lady by Giuseppe Castiglione (Italian, 1829-1908), titled Meditating the Reply, should bring $2,000-$3,000. The work, signed “G Castiglione” lower right and displayed in a 24 inch by 20 inch frame, shows a lovely young woman in lavish attire, seated at a table draped with an Oriental tapestry pondering her response with a quill and paper in hand.

A carved oak library table desk attributed to the renowned 19th century New York cabinetmaker RJ Horner (but unsigned and unlabeled) has an estimate of $1,000-$2,000. The flat top desk, 53 ½ inches wide, boasts carved, gadrooned borders with a deeply carved acanthus leaf apron. The corners are finely carved with griffin heads over baluster form legs on elaborate stretcher base.

For those unable to attend, Internet bidding will be facilitated by bidLIVE.Bruneauandco.com, LiveAuctioneers.com, Bidsquare.com and Invaluable.com, or by downloading the mobile app “Bruneau & Co.” on iTunes or GooglePlay. Telephone and absentee bids will also be accepted.
Doors will open promptly at 8 am Eastern time on auction day; the first gavel falls at 12 noon.

To learn more about Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers and the June 8th Estate Antiques & Fine Art Auction, please visit www.bruneauandco.com. Updates are posted frequently. To contact the company via e-mail, use info@bruneauandco.com. Or, you can phone them at (401) 533-9980.

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Hippy Cult Leader, The Last Words of Charles Manson

Sensational New Book debunks Helter Skelter mythology

10050 Cielo Drive where Sharon Take was brutally murdered

The key Murderer in the Tate and LaBianca murders

The key Murderer in the Tate and LaBianca murders

New Book on Manson challenges "Helter Skelter" theory advanced by Manson prosecutor, Bugliosi.

Don’t you want someone to make a movie about you that’s truthful, at least once?”

— James Buddy Day

TORONTO, ON, CANADA, May 28, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Release Date: August 8th

“You have a prepaid call from…Charles Manson.”

August 8, 2019 marks the 50th anniversary of the Manson Family murders. The crimes defined a generation and remain an incredible source of public fascination.

Helter Skelter, the bestselling book by prosecutor Vincent Bugliosi, has sold millions of copies worldwide. But what if it is, well, fake news? What if it’s simply a story concocted in the imagination of Bugliosi—designed to convict Charles Manson of murder regardless of the facts?

In the Forbes article “Why Charles Manson And Helter Skelter Still Fascinate America After Almost 50 Years,” published on January 22, 2019, author Carey Purcell wrote, “It’s not only average Americans who continue to be fascinated with Manson. When asked about the ongoing interest in the man and his Family, Bugliosi told Newsweek, ‘Everyone wants to talk about him with me, even Pulitzer Prize–winning journalists. Tell me about him. Tell me about his eyes. Did you ever talk to him? How did he get control over these people?’”

When documentarian and author James Buddy Day began talking to Charles Manson, Charlie’s story started with his insistence that the truth about him remained untold and that the system was—and had always been—out to get him. “When they lose control, they don’t admit that they lost control, they just lost face and they make another movie like you’re doing,” he told Day.

“Don’t you want someone to make a movie about you that’s truthful, at least once?” Day asked him.

Hippie Cult Leader was written by James Buddy Day as he put together THE FINAL WORDS, the only documentary on Manson made with his co-operation. The book will build on the global success of this groundbreaking documentary, which draws an average audience of 280,000 per viewing, even one year after its release.
Interview with the Author: https://globalnews.ca/video/3874690/buddy-day-discusses-his-documentary-manson-the-final-words

This book will be a unique entry in the Manson narrative, weaving together fascinating facts, theories, and first-person accounts. James Buddy Day brings his in-depth research to life through conversations with those in Manson’s circle—past and present—and conversations with Manson himself over the last year of his life.

A major network has commissioned the author to direct a new series on the “Manson Family” which will premiere in early August. The premiere of this documentary series will be supported by press interviews in media outlets including Newsweek, USA Today, CBC, Global News Canada, and The Today Show. The network will do a Media Press Release in early July. Well-known murder podcast will have the author in New York for a live discussion on Manson, the book, and Manson’s guilt or innocence on the charges of murder following the showing of this new documentary.

Supporting Theatrical and Media Interest

The 50th anniversary of what became known as the Tate-LaBianca Murders will guarantee that the Manson crimes once again enter the news cycle bolstered by a number of high-profile projects.

Quentin Tarantino’s long-awaited Manson movie, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, which received a six-minute standing ovation at the Cannes Film Festival, is set for wide release this summer, as well as three other feature films about the murders. Author Tom O’Neill’s much-anticipated book Chaos is set to be published in June, and Netflix will soon release the second season of the series Mindhunter, which features Manson prominently.

The book will be launched simultaneously in nine countries:
USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, UK and rest of Commonwealth rights have been sold to 180-year-old publishing house, Bonnier Books. Print, Digital and Audio.

Publicity: Backed by a major book launch in Los Angeles and a publicity tour that includes major network interviews and major newspaper outlets in five countries, Hippie Cult Leader is a compelling and captivating read. Author James Buddy Day brings his in-depth research to life through conversations with those in Manson’s circle—past and present—and conversations with Manson himself over the last year of his life. Weaving together fascinating facts, stories, and first-person accounts, the book helps to set the record straight with a new theory on why the murders were committed.

Readers around the world will be riveted by the compelling and absorbing threads that build to shocking conclusions—and may find themselves sympathetic in a way they could not have imagined.

Publisher: Optimum Publishing International
Author: James Buddy Day
Distributor: USA Pathway Books
Canada Georgetown Books

Price: $19.95 US $23.95 Canadian

To interview the last journalist that had extensive contact with Manson, please contact:
Dean Baxendale, Optimum Publishing International.
647 970 1973 or via e-mail at publicity@optimumpublishinginternational.com

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Nye & Company's June 5th auction will contain nearly 700 quality lots of ceramics, furniture, jewelry and paintings

Ceramic charger by Pablo Picasso for Madoura in 1956, titled Visage a la Grille, 16 ½ inches in diameter, #50 of 100, stamped on verso “Empreinte Originale de Picasso” (est. $3,000-$5,000).

19th century brown bear automaton, probably French, 17 ½ inches (est. $1,000-$1,500).

New York and New Jersey antique surveyor’s tool mounted in a fitted wood case, signed on the face “Sawyer & Hobby” (est. $800-$1,200).

Micro mosaic from the School of Giacomo Raffaelli (Italian, 1753-1836), titled Owl Hunting a Rabbit, has an estimate of $800-$1,200.

Enamel on canvas over panel marked STP, by Lucien E. Smith, labeled, signed and dated (2014) on verso, measuring 45 inches by 56 inches (est. $6,000-$8,000).

Nye & Company’s Estate Treasures Auction on Wednesday, June 5th, will be a diverse sale featuring nearly 700 lots gathered primarily from the tri-state area.

We have 18th and 19th century English and American mirrors; Chinese, English and American ceramics; paintings from the 17th century to the present; and a collection of WWI memorabilia and uniforms.

— John Nye

BLOOMFIELD, NJ, UNITED STATES, May 24, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — BLOOMFIELD, N.J. – Nye & Company’s Estate Treasures Auction slated for Wednesday, June 5th, will be a diverse sale featuring nearly 700 lots gathered primarily from the tri-state area and includes ceramics, furniture, jewelry and paintings. The auction, starting at 10 am Eastern time, will be held online and in the Nye & Company gallery, located at 20 Beach Street in Bloomfield.

Nye & Company Auctioneers recently launched its new updated website (nyeandcompany.com). It allows clients to bid directly on the site, simplifying and streamlining the process. The site also offers more access to the bidders, with online forms and pre-formatted inquiry forms. Of course, they are still able to use the popular platforms LiveAuctioneers.com and Invaluable.com. The full catalog can be viewed now, on the new website. Phone and absentee bids will be accepted.

“This auction includes a diverse collection of furniture,” said John Nye of Nye & Company Auctioneers. “The Continental offerings date back to the 17th century, with fauteuils and case pieces. We also have 18th and 19th century English and American mirrors; Chinese, English and American ceramics made for export and domestic consumption; a wide variety of paintings, from the 17th century to the present time; and a small collection of WWI memorabilia and uniforms.”

Nye added, "One of the most enjoyable aspects of a regional auction house is the wide-ranging consignments one has the privilege of handling from one sale to the next. The idea that we have WWI memorabilia, Mid-Century Modern and fine art alongside fine silver, estate jewelry and traditional antiques makes no two auctions the same and constantly broadens one's knowledge."

The quality of the 17th, 18th and 19th century "traditional antiques" is quite good, Nye remarked. “There are pieces from America, England, Sweden, France, Italy and more. There is a group inherited by the consignor from her grandparents who were dealers in London at the turn of the last century, so the furniture and Chinese ceramics have been off the market for over 100 years.”

A ceramic charger made by Pablo Picasso for Madoura in 1956, titled Visage a la Grille, 16 ½ inches in diameter, edition 50 of 100 and stamped on the reverse “Empreinte Originale de Picasso”, is estimated at $3,000-$5,000 and should realize more. Also, a micro mosaic from the School of Giacomo Raffaelli (Italian, 1753-1836), titled Owl Hunting a Rabbit, has an estimate of $800-$1,200.

An enamel on canvas over panel marked STP, by Lucien E. Smith, labeled, signed and dated (2014) on verso, measuring 45 inches by 56 inches, is expected to finish at $6,000-$8,000; while a German porcelain figure of a tailor on a goat, standing 9 inches tall, should reach $800-$1,200.

Also sold will be a 19th century brown bear automaton, probably French, 17 ½ inches (est. $1,000-$1,500); a 19th century Federal oval giltwood two-light mirror (Albany, N.Y.), with an eagle surmount, 39 inches tall be 30 inches wide (est. $1,000-$2,000); and a New York and New Jersey antique surveyor’s tool mounted in a fitted wood case, signed on the face “Sawyer & Hobby” (est. $800-$1,200).

Modern lots of the furniture category will include a Florence Knoll marble-top and chrome oval table desk, 27 ½ inches tall by 6 feet 6 inches wide by 47 ½ inches deep (est. $800-$1,200); and two Mid-Century Modern Mies Van Der Rohe-style for Knoll Barcelona chairs (est. $400-$600).

Catalog online viewing and pre-bidding is already underway and will continue on up to auction day. Folks can still preview and bid on and during auction day. In-person previews will be held on weekdays, May 28th thru June 5th, and on Sunday, June 2nd, from 10 am to 4 pm Eastern time.

John Nye had a long and fruitful career at Sotheby’s before he and his wife, Kathleen, acquired Dawson’s in 2003 and started Dawson & Nye. With the move to Bloomfield seven years later, they renamed the business to Nye & Company (Auctioneers, Appraisers, Antiques). The firm is nationwide, but the vast bulk of the business comes from trusts and estates in the tri-state area.
For more information about Nye & Company Auctioneers and the June Estate Treasures Auction slated for Wednesday, June 5th, visit www.nyeandcompany.com. The full color catalog can be viewed at www.nyeandcompany.com, www.LiveAuctioneers.com and www.Invaluable.com.

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Everjewel Announces the Launch of the World's Largest Online Jewelry Marketplace

Everjewel is the first place where individuals, stores, manufacturers, and distributors can buy and sell jewelry online in a safe and secure environment

BRENTWOOD, TENNESSEE, UNITED STATES, May 24, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Everjewel today announces the launch of it's new online jewelry marketplace (www.Everjewel.com) to buy and sell jewelry safely. You can also download the free app in the App store and Google Play to browse thousands of items or list your jewelry for sale in the marketplace. Everjewel was developed by industry experts for the overwhelming need to bring safety and security to an online jewelry marketplace that brings all sales channels together. With Everjewel, accredited experts guarantee each item's quality and the consumer never has to meet a stranger to complete the transaction. Additionally, Everjewel is the only combined platform ever developed offering multiple sales channels with a single selling entity.

Everjewel's free Eversafe Guarantee ensures your jewelry is exactly as it should be. In addition, customers may choose to add beneficial services such as ring sizing, refurbishment, insurance appraisals, and more. These services are offered for every item purchased regardless of who or where it comes from.

Currently, there is no other marketplace to aid the consumer when purchasing jewelry online. Everjewel handles the transaction protecting you from fraud and abuse.

"With the largest selection of items to purchase and the Eversafe Guarantee, the jewelry industry will never be the same."
-Sonny Belew, Everjewel CEO

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Miller & Miller's June 7-8 auction in Canada will feature collector-grade art, clocks, lamps, art glass, fountain pens

Rare Pequegnat “Nelson” tall case clock, one of only a few known, 81 inches tall, with beveled glass door and correct ‘twin dolphins’ door key (est. CA$3,000-$5,000).

Oil on canvas depiction of a warrior on horseback, with others in the distance behind, by Jozef Brandt (1841-1915), 12 inches by 9 ¼ inches (est. CA$15,000-$20,000).

Military scene with one cavalry facing the admirer, signed by Dutch artist Jan Hoynck van Papendrecht, 24 inches by 17 inches (est. CA$6,000-$9,000).

Two lots are certain to spark keen bidder interest. Both, including this one, are Birds of Paradise table lamps made by Handel (Meriden, Conn.) (est. CA$9,000-$12,000 and CA$6,000-$9,000).

National Model 3 cash register, the wooden inlaid model coveted by collectors, in untouched original condition, as featured in the book The Incorruptible Cashier (est. CA$2,500-$3,500).

The two-day, two-session auction will feature over 700 lots, including items of historical interest from world-class makers, many of them Canadian in origin.

A tidal wave of market-fresh collections and individual items of merit. Friday evening includes an old-time gathering of fountain pens. Saturday features the Curt Davidson Pequegnat clock collection.”

— Ethan Miller

NEW HAMBURG, ONTARIO, CANADA, May 24, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — A two-day, two-session auction featuring over 700 lots of collector-grade art, clocks, fountain pens, lamps, art glass and many items of historical interest from world-class makers will be held Friday and Saturday, June 7th and 8th, by Miller & Miller Auctions, online and in the gallery at 59 Webster Street in New Hamburg, Ontario, in Canada.

The Friday, June 7th session will highlight vintage and contemporary fountain pens from notable brands such as Parker, Schaeffer, Waterman, Bexley, Conway Stewart, Montblanc and may others – over 150 lots in all. The Saturday, June 8th session will continue with a representative collection of clocks from the Arthur Pequegnat Clock Company, plus many other fine offerings.

Start times are 7 pm on June 7th and 10 am on June 8th (both times Eastern). Online bidding is open now, on LiveAuctioneers.com and Invaluable.com, as well as the Miller & Miller website, at www.millerandmillerauctions.com. Phone (519-662-4800) and absentee bids will be accepted.

Two lots – #430 and 431 – are certain to spark keen bidder interest. Both are Birds of Paradise table lamps made by Handel (Meriden, Conn.). They’re similar: both have a domical 17 ¾ inch diameter shade (signed) in “chipped” and “sand finished” glass, and both are decorated with two exotic birds of paradise amongst blossoming branches (est. $9,000-$12,000 and $6,000-$9,000).

All prices quoted here are in Canadian dollars.

A star of the fine art category is an oil on canvas depiction of a warrior on horseback, with others in the distance behind, by Jozef Brandt (1841-1915), 12 inches by 9 ¼ inches (est. $15,000-$20,000). A complement to that work is a military scene with one cavalry facing the admirer, signed by Dutch artist Jan Hoynck van Papendrecht, 24 inches by 17 inches (est. $6,000-$9,000).

“Out of nowhere this has become one of our most eclectic and exciting sales,” said Ethan Miller of Miller & Miller Auctions, Ltd. “A tidal wave of market-fresh collections and individual items of merit have combined to achieve what bidders will see. Friday evening includes an old-time gathering of fountain pens and Saturday features the Curt Davidson Pequegnat clock collection.”

Pequegnat clocks are as much about an impressive Canadian success story as they are about finely-made timekeepers. Beginning in 1904 the Pequegnat family beat the odds and made finer clocks than most companies in the United States. Curt’s complete and meticulously curated collection of Pequegnat clocks includes every model the firm ever produced, and with variations.

Pequegnat clocks in the auction include a rare “Nelson” tall case clock, one of only a few known, 81 inches tall, with beveled glass door and correct ‘twin dolphins’ door key (est. $3,000-$5,000); and a “Regulator #1” wall clock, Pequegnat’s only weight-driven wall clock and arguably the company’s most accurate clock, with a signed dial and quarter cut oak case (est. $2,500-$3,500).

“Complementary to the Pequegnat ethic and spirit,” Mr. Miller said, “we have attracted exciting additions, to include original paintings, fine art glass, pottery, early electric lighting and period furnishings.” Miller added bidders will delight in finding choice “Pequegnat-quality” antiques by names such as Loetz, Quezal, Steuben, Moorcroft, Tiffany, Handel, and Bradley and Hubbard.

In addition to the Brandt and Papendrecht paintings, other artworks expected to do well include the following:

• A watercolor of a warrior on horseback by Juliusz Kossak (1824-1899), with a dwelling behind, signed and dated “1886”, 8 ¾ inches by 11 ½ inches sight (est. $8,000-$12,000).
• An oil on canvas by Frederick Stanley Haines (Canadian, 1879-1960), matted / framed, signed on lower left edge, measuring 32 inches by 24 inches sight (est. $8,000-$10,000).
• A figural forest scene by Canadian artist Homer Ransford Watson, in the original frame, signed lower left edge, measuring 24 inches by 18 ½ inches sight (est. $6,000-$9,000).

A birdseye maple library cupboard made in the Eastern Townships of Ontario in the 1880s or 1890s, made of solid birdseye maple with paneled sides and pull-out ironing board, should bring $4,000-$6,000. Also, a horse statue plaster cast by the famed Woodstock, Ontario sculptor Ross Butler (1907-1995) for Dawes Black Horse Ale, 19 inches tall, is estimated at $2,000-$2,500.

A Stella mahogany music box with 36 discs, the front panel of the original condition case carved with oak leaves and acorns, in excellent playing condition, should rise to $3,000-$5,000. Also, a National Model 3 cash register, the wooden inlaid model coveted by collectors, in untouched original condition, as featured in the book The Incorruptible Cashier, should hit $2,500-$3,500.

A Baccarat close-packed millefiori paperweight, made in France and incorporating canes featuring various figures, to include a monkey, squirrel and birds, signed and dated (“B 1847”) is expected to bring $2,500-$3,500; while a Canadian National “2659” train plate, built in 1910 by MLW for CNR Steam Locomotive, one of two plates in the sale, should achieve $2,500-$3,000.

The auction will also feature Canadian and international art, including works by Thomas Mitchell; Canadiana; folk art and early country store advertising items; period showcases, cabinets and advertising displays of the late Victorian period, and many other fine items.

Previews will be held on Friday, June 7th, from 6-9 pm; and on June 8th from 8-10 am. People can pre-bid live online at the Miller & Miller website – www.MillerandMillerAuctions.com.

Miller & Miller Auctions Ltd. is a seller of high-value collections between $200,000 and $3 million. Individual items of merit are always considered. It is Canada’s #1 trusted place for collectors to buy and sell. The firm is always accepting quality merchandise for future auctions.

To consign a single piece, an estate or a collection, you may call them at (519) 573-3710 or (519) 716-5606; or, you can send an e-mail to info@millerandmillerauctions.com. To learn more about Miller & Miller Auctions Ltd. and the June 7-8 auction visit www.MillerandMillerAuctions.com.

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Miller & Miller Auctions, Ltd.
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Unblock Your Creativity After a Long Winter Indoors

Do you find it difficult to meditate successfully, find your centre, or practice mindfulness? Getting out into nature can help put you back on a healthy path.

TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, May 24, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Do you find it difficult to meditate successfully, to find your centre, or to practice mindfulness? Getting out into nature can help alleviate these symptoms and put you back onto a healthy path.

Breathing fresh air, grounding yourself by planting bare feet in the grass, and swimming in a natural body of water can have quite the rejuvenating effect. Stretch out on the ground and watch the clouds roll past to help unblock creativity. Stretching, mindful breathing and doing yoga can also help.

If you can get away from the city to do so, even better. Many artists have found that creating in nature gives them a creative boost. Yoga enthusiasts often speak of the heightened euphoria they can experience while practicing yoga outdoors.

Footprints Resort, a private, natural retreat in central Ontario, sees many artists flocking to their grounds to create beautiful art. “We often see guests sitting on the hill overlooking the lake, with an easel set up or a sketch pad in their lap.” says Footprints owner. “The lake is quite beautiful and inspires a lot of artists to capture it.” The resort sees many photographers as well, hiking through the forest looking for that perfect picture. Sunsets over the lake are particularly breath taking.

Likewise, yoga practitioners are often seen on the beach or on the dock, surrounded by the natural beauty that is Footprints Resort. “It’s so quiet here,” the owner says, “and with no traffic noise, and no children on our Adults-Only resort, our guests can really meditate and practice yoga with none of the usual interruptions.”

Yoga instructors have flocked to Footprints in years past with their clientele to enjoy the view and the natural healing benefits of time spent in nature. Artist groups have booked the entire resort to offer their followers a creative retreat where they could paint, draw or otherwise create with abandon.

So, if you are having trouble tapping into your creativity or meditating successfully, perhaps a trip into nature is what you need.

About Footprints Resort: Located in central Ontario in a pristine, natural setting where time stands still, Footprints Resort is an Adults Only retreat where guests can relax and reconnect. Enjoy our natural, child free vacation destination just a few short hours drive from both Toronto and Ottawa and feel the stress of life melt away. Enjoy time on our private lake and beach, hike or bike the trails, soak up the sun and reconnect with nature. For more information about Footprints Resort, accommodations, rates and more, please visit www.footprintsresort.com

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