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"gary summers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

06:49 min | 4 months ago

"gary summers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Garrett will be here the rest of this hour in the next hour as well. So for those of you, I've got four people on hold Steven Barbara during and Irene If you've already been screened, you will get a chance to speak to my buddy Gary Summers. That is a promise. Let's go to Barbara in Medford. Hello, Barbara. I, Morgan, How are you? I'm fine. And you, young lady. Good and hi, Gary. Hello, huh? Yeah. I have, um, a basic library of the world's greatest music. Album number one through 24. They're in the green folder on it, says Height, Fidelity recordings of simp on Savanah classics by the world's greatest orchestras. And conductors with sort of listening guide and illustrated biographies on the composers. They had 33 rpm's long play. S so I'll be honest, really with you is that those air a low budget issue that came out to educate people in the fifties and early sixties. There were many different versions of that He came out, but none of them. Have any collectors value. It's just aggregation on on a low quality pressing, so whenever I get them, I usually take him to savers and drop him off. But You know if you could find somebody who likes it, or wants it for educational purposes, that's that's the only value. All right. I just thought I'd call is the first time caller Barbara. Thank you for Carling. You I'm sorry, disappoint you, But there's so many good records out there. I just had to be honest, That's the value of the set. No, very little. Okay. All right. Thank you. And have a good evening, Robertson. Thank you. Enjoy the rest of your weekend. Steven and Salem. You're next here on WBZ. How you doing, guys? Great Show along. Ha! Hello? No. You live in Hawaii. Do you live in a way? You know, I just went Hawaiian shirts all the time. I have good reason, right? Whenever you say Aloha, people laugh. They smile. Yeah, You know, it's funny. It's funny. My mother lived in a way is a kid. My grandfather was in the Coast. God and he was a captain of a ship that used to go up and down during World War two or something. And later on. I don't know it was or what? Yeah, probably around World War two. But but my mom lived there. The young kids, she loved it. Yeah. Would you wait for a week? You're there for Louise. Anyways, I got my mind. I never came back. What do you got? When you got Get two paintings from Eli's see Green. Um, problem with this. I can't really do much in in paintings because that's a process where you looked it up for auction results. You know what I mean? Yeah, you know, I mean, if it was in the wall or the ones that I know, you know the pop culture ones, But there are million artists out there everything from my school and in college and And starving artists and very, very fat of this, you know that I mean, really know, But there's there's all types of art. Well, he was he was I looked. I looked a little bit up. I get to the pricing, but I was just curious if you knew about it, but I would suggest anybody lend speaking. Yeah. Hear anybody peoples like this. I would suggest you go the Skinners auction gallery, he contacts Skinner's. It's in Marlborough, Mass. There on Antiques Roadshow. They do love. Okay. Things on road show Well, Skinner's actually has the service. Where they'll tell you what your stuff is work. They have a 11 day of first Tuesday of the month where they do free appraisals of things, especially like they would be able to look up what he sells for and be able to give you a real values. Because they have access to all the auction results. Yeah, he was. He was a painter. There was. There was a group of guys that used to go toe Lynn Beach and landmass and they painted from the early 19 hundreds, and someone told me that he was one of the paintings. Lynn Beach. Pain is they call them they would. They would know Skinner with no honest to goodness they would know who are the who were the where they're selling and how much of the shelling for that's what they would be able to do with the painting. Okay. All right. Okay, guys. I got a bunch of stuff, but I have to walk around the house and look at it, but I got a bunch of stuff, but Uh, just get just going. Yeah, just going that note now. Now who do you recommend to do? Appraisals on a bunch of stuff like No Japanese pottery and Uh, if it's on Japanese pottery, I would say Skinner she there's experts and everything. Musical instruments. I do mostly records and toys and comic books and pop car, three modern stuff. And what Skinner does is traditional antiques. And they do, uh, pottery, and they do paintings. But there are experts in silver and an Oriental rugs and Never okay. Realistically, when you're talking about an appraisal if you wanted to praise him for insurance purposes you go to some of you has the ability to write the documentation. I'm in appraiser and I can write documentation but on Lee of things in my field of expertise So I would always say to you. You know, if you had a pottery you wanted done. I may not be the guy to appraise it for you. Skinner would be a better choice, right? Well, actually, I have about 25 old. Magazines, Life magazines and the Saturday Evening Post. I You might know this one. I have the Saturday Evening Post and 1963. I think Four when the Beatles were on the cover. That's a good one. It's worth $25..

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"gary summers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

08:21 min | 4 months ago

"gary summers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Um, had 13 14 years of TV experience on the antique road show and He knows a little bit but a lot of things and the value Have a lot of different things. So if you want to call in Write down these numbers 617 to 5 14 30 Toll free The Boston 888929 10 30. And believe it. When I say he knows whether it is a small toy from the fifties. Or it is an antique. Of Some value a little value. Ah, lot of value. Gary Summers knows also swami Gary. You there. I love how Morgan Aloha listeners. Oh, kick appraisal time. Explain to people what a psychic appraisal is, and that's A term you came up when you were a regular on The David Bread noise show. He actually sort of coined it on. The people would call in and I would kind of close my eyes while they were talking. It was great because I got to sit in his It is again there with all the books and everything, And we did the show live from his apartment, and I would just close my eyes. So like if you really here and picture what they were talking about, and he's kind of deemed that psychic appraising and What it means is, if you could describe what you have, I'll do my best to try and help you determine its value or its history. Whether it's going up in value or down in value. I don't do Things like weapons. It's really hard to do jewelry or furniture. And I'll just be honest Art is subjective. If it's if you like it. It's good art. If you don't like it, it's bad Art. But value when it comes to art is based on the eye of the beholder. So you'd be shocked at what some people get at auction and then not shocked with others. So I'm happy to do the psychic appraisals you call in. Mostly Has Morgan will tell you my specialty is Pop culture, comic books, record albums, toys, anything related to, you know, historical 20th century things or artifacts and mid century stuff and all that fun stuff political and, you know And forms of pop culture, right and it was just this week. And Alice Cooper. Found an item in his garage. That he forgot all about it. And to his surprise. This item, which I think it's a painting of some sort. Is valued at around $4 million. Is it interesting? Other rich get rich. Yeah, rich people always have things like that laying around in their garages, But regular people do also Sometimes, you know, again ideal in the three D's. My business is the three D's morgan, death, divorce and downsizing. When people have these experiences and all the sudden this stuff is like that's not my stuff. It's you know, old family stuff. It's a excess stuff. All these different things. I help people with their stuff. That's my job. Help them when they have overwhelming amount of collectibles that they can't They have no idea what to do with and so I helped them by making it go away or help them by helping them deal with probate with appraisals, and many items get donated to museums or universities. So as you find yourself in a situation where you have an accumulation that I loved one is left. Or, um, you know, given then you get a hold of me and I will help you and you can reach me by email emails the best And that is through my w e x r e x at a o l dot com Lex REX A o L. I want to say this. I am one of the most valuable things I am aware of. Um, is the earnest Wagner baseball card. And you can explain the people why this is worth a gazillion dollars. I am exaggerating, but you can explain to people why there is such a great value. For for the harness Wagner baseball card. And I'm serious. It's a six or seven figure item. It comes down to the basics of economics, supply and demand and what what collectibles has on top of supply and demand. You know if there's six of them, and there's 20 people that want them those six you're going to go for more money because 20 people want them. But if one of those six is in better condition than any of the others, it's going to go leaps and bounds up above all the others. What you're finding now is harness Wagner. Uh, because of its rarity as become the most valuable card, even though he's not the most famous player, the most famous player. There's plenty of cards out there, you know, because they made more so it's all about the fact that they made less. That the conditions are hard to find in good condition and that there's a whole bunch of people out there with a lot of money. You wanna buy it all right? And I will say this The last thing you heard, Gary say. People with a lot of money that want to buy it. That value. Is in the eye of the beholder. You've got to find the person that wants to spend Um, $2.3 million on that item. So Believe me, I would love to see everybody out there find an item in the basement. That's worth that kind of money. It unnecessarily won't go for that kind of money unless you can find the person who wants to spend that kind of money. Yeah, whether people like myself and auction houses and and new markets evolved. So who would have thought that a comic book or trading card or a Pokemon? Carter in magic? The gathering card or a video game would sell for six figures. I mean, you didn't think about that 10 years ago, I thought Uh, you know, Mario brothers would bring you know, 10, $15,000 and then condition or Spider man comic from the 19 seventies is going to bring you know, 100,000. I mean, who would have thought that? But the condition matters and you may have one of these in your house. I mean magic. The gathering and Pokemon cars are now selling like crazy because kids played with them. They messed them up. They bent them. So finding a mint condition. Rare card is not easy. Tell you what, Let's take a break. When we come back from the break, we'll take phone calls. If you want to call in and speak to Gary Summers. He is here to speak to you and give you a psychic. Appraisal of the approximate worth of whatever you have to call us and talk about 617. 254 10 38 88929 10 30. And now let's set up by breaking and threw one of these days and remember.

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"gary summers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

06:39 min | 9 months ago

"gary summers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And are you ready to take another call Mr Gary Summers. I am happy to do it. All right. Well, we're gonna be going toe Wakefield, where Pleasure island used to be and speak with Mark. Bye. Good evening, gentlemen. Very much. Oh, Aloha, Mark, what do you got? Look, I have a Sarah cell. I believe you pronounce it from one of brother's. It's ah Special delivery from Mars. It's number 4009 of 5000. Yeah. And who's the character? Come on, Marvin. The Martian way have let's see. We have been just 89 his dog. Yep. And Marvin the Martian and his lovey, Um P. 36 space modulate or Yeah. Well, let me explain. Serious, self so serious cell is a process where they actually print the image onto a celluloid piece of material. So it looks just like a hand painted sell. The difference between a production cell or a hand painted cell in a serious cell is Handpainted cell is one of a kind when they do a syriza of hand pain itself. Each one is hand painted. But when they do a serious self 5000 of those were printed and then they number them afterwards. So the only thing unique about each one of those is the number on them. Not that that's not that that means very much to somebody on a decorative value for decorative value. It's about 150 bucks. It was his can produce serious cell by Chuck Jones of the era it be around $3000, so the different blow in original and copy Is that much? It wasn't in the Martian. Exclusively directed by Chuck Jones. Yeah, that was all. Chuck Chuck. You speak yourselves still space, Jim. Right, right. You speak of cells, and I'm looking right now hanging on my wall, among other stuff. Cell with Dumbo. And most of us Timothy the mouse. Outside the circus tent. And the writing on it is too small for me to see from here. It's a beautiful piece of art. See the difference between something decorative and something of investment value is the perspective that the person has like, if you just love it, because it's cool. Then no matter what the price is, it is what it is right, You know, But if you were going to invest in something, and you wanted to be worth more than you paid for it over time. If they made 5000 of them. That's a large number of people getting them that also have one so that you would want to try and focus your investment money on trying to find the one that Chuck did and spend three grand on it. Just my opinion versus you know, no matter what you pay for a serious so if you love it. That's all that matters. And that one. Thank you, gentlemen. Well, you're welcome back. Happy now. Very good Christmas. Thank you, gentlemen. Yes, thank you. Yeah, Okay. He left Did you want me? Oh, I think he was happy. Did you want it for one more thing? Me? Yeah. I don't care. I love talking. Anybody know he's gone, but I didn't know if you wanted him for one more thing. Let's go don't know. It's like he's happy. I mean, that's all. I'm here for. All right, well, Mom in Connecticut. Good evening. You're just here on night side. I, uh Morgan High guy. I was in all the, uh, watch sent Penny. And I can't read the date on it. Uh, Visualized. It's pretty tennis kind of blackish looking. I could make out of the detail in the front. I'm reverse. It's got completed around the date, so I don't know the date, but I'm looking at the book. It looked like a tree in 18 08 18 14. Hey, hey, mid time. I don't know how much the only one that did. Well, that's the mid time here. 17 90 State 18 fifties. You know they were making those So, um it's really hard to determine of value on A coin without seeing its condition and it's date and things like that. So I could give you just a rough idea of what they Might go for. I mean, if you can't read the date Negatively impact its value. That's so it could be 20 bucks. You know, I mean, it could be 10 or 20 bucks if it's that destroyed. But if it z if you know, just with a magnifying glass, and you could see all the other details like you're saying, if it's really nice detail, otherwise, it could be in the hundreds of dollars to 300 bucks. All right. But, uh maybe you just can't read it because you're not looking at it with the right, luke or a magnifying glass and they can be read. And if you say the details you're good. You know, anywhere from from 20 to 200 OK, really quick. Like I said, all the details good on the front and the reverse and it's never been cleaned before and like I could make up a date because of the stars on the right and the left side of the head. And, uh, between a generating 18. 14 is what I can determine. Well that that that's what it said were listening. If you could almost read the doing it all it's gonna be in the, uh, $75 range right? So if it's really clean detail, except for the gate is appears to be rubbed off. It could be still 50 to $75.50 80 bucks. Carrie, let me ask you this question. Sure if you're Just anybody in nervous, you know, having to Miss Metis today, you're not Professional coin collector..

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"gary summers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

08:05 min | 9 months ago

"gary summers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Until midnight and have AH lot of fun. Things planned for you. From 10 to midnight. Dark to run. A good deal will be here to talk about depression. And Lord knows 2020. There are a lot of things that can or have triggered Depression. And she'll be here hopefully to help some of you through this rough patch, as they say. I'm going to do something from that I've done before. I think Gary's been a guest of mine. At least 10 times Over the many, many years. I've been a part of WBZ. And This gentleman. What is on antique road show. For 12 13 years. And he is The Underlying the most recognized expert. Memorabilia. So Gary Summers, Aloha to you. No harm, Morgan. Nice to hear your voice, young man. Thank you. Holidays. Oh, and happy holidays to you. So tell everybody about psychic appraisals. Well, margin. It's been a lot more than 10 years. Come on 10 times. I mean, man, we've been doing this forever it actually I slurred on BZ and 1985 with David Brudnoy, and you had me on the That's why I made you. Yeah, That's where we met back in the day and he had me on because we were putting on a collectible show, which was interesting because it was my first show that I brought Adam West. Come and meet fans on guy sat on David's apartment, and anybody had been to David's apartment. It was like incredibly at collecting and art and books and use the word palatial. Palatial, palatial mansion. Intellect. I mean, it wasn't for God's. It was for man, and it was really great, but I would sit in is in the chair there, and people would ask for the value of the objects. They had a home. And since I couldn't see what they were holding, I would just kind of close my eyes and listen like good radio should be. And then tell them by opinion, and David coined it psychic appraisals because I would somehow know what they were holding in their hands without seeing it, David, what we're gonna do tonight is we're gonna let you call in. Morgan's going to give you all the info. Andrew's gonna take the call, and I'm gonna do psychic appraisals and try and tell you what you might have, if it's valuable or not. What the markets are with The trends are what what it might sell for the most important we want to hear from people that have the toys of their youth, because that's something Morgan and I have always bonded on our youth. And that's what that psychic appraisals for you And David and I say this without fear of contradiction. The most intelligent man I ever met was David Brudnoy. Nobody was more intelligent and David And you've got to have Crush the board knowledge. To get that that label for me and he had across the board knowledge. He was a movie reviewers, so he knew a lot about movies and the people who were in them and the people who wrote The screenplay, etcetera. Uh, nobody could beat him in history. Nobody legit or knowledge of history is the man. So let me but we were lucky to be in his presence. Given the phone number. Let's start talking toys. All right, 617254 10 38 88929 10 30. You want to call in speak to Gary and describe Um, you're Mr Machine from 1963 ideal toys, or it doesn't always have to be a toy. It could be any O'Shea die if you prefer. But we don't know what it is. That's in your living room down in the basement or upstairs in the attic. We don't know. You gotta tell us what it is. It was the phone call. And it would help If it's as best it can be in its original condition. All you have to do is describe what it is Some people Morgan, as you will test to have already parted with their youth. You know that They're taking that step where they've downsized or Mom threw it away when they weren't ready or they're moving into us. You know, smaller home and The significant other says. That's not going with us. We're gonna have that issue and they put their foot them. Well, here we are in this. Current crisis of economy and health, and Ah lot of people are going through this crisis of stuff and what to do with it and what I've been doing mostly during this whole time it had been Insulting people that have these issues where they have to move into smaller places, or they have to sell their stuff to pay the bills. And, um so anybody out there that's needing that help feel free to call in and ask those questions. I'll help you with that if I can also and Convert. Ouch! For Gary, because I have sold him some stuff. Have purchased some stuff. And in my bedroom right now over my bed. Is my much treasured man from Uncle poster. That show and 1965 was one of 45 shows that NBC Made an offer to you as a fan. And send. I think it was like a dollar 50 cents back in that day. And you could get a poster from the man from uncle Or you could get a poster from Star Trek. Or you get a poster from Bonanza. And there's one more thing I spy. I spy. Itwas very good. Morgan, three out of four. I'm impressed, Right? I'm making from the size. Because T h E Cat also had a poster. I don't remember that when I was remember the show, but not Yeah, I don't remember the poster, but yeah, I believe you. Okay? I wouldn't mind you, but you wouldn't have a choice. I figure you out, Gary, get me that poster. And had it framed and proudly hangs over my bed. And I have all foots of Photos and memorabilia hanging up on my walls. So well, it's funny because I always try advise people that you know. Eventually we all get moved down into one room, you know were you know as we age or as circumstances exist way have a smaller and smaller space. And so I always advise people to surround yourself with the things of your youth, so you'll always Neil Young. Oh, no, no. Morgan. Every time you look at that poster, you don't feel any older than when that show was on the air. No, I do not. Nice got Memorabilia from.

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"gary summers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

06:26 min | 9 months ago

"gary summers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Caller that I took before I had to go news and commercials and whatnot. His name was wrong. And he mentioned A mutual friend of ours. Mel Simon's I'm gonna be filling in for Dan Ray next week, Wednesday night, Thursday night and Friday night. Office times and radio to get guests But I achieved the impossible. I will have Mel. Came Meyer on next Wednesday. Next Thursday. I'm going to have on Chris Korman, who wrote a book about his dad, Harvey Korman. And as well, I've got Gary Summers and Dr Rhonda Good, Dale. They will be my guests for Thursday, a Christmas night. I will have one Bob wife. I said Chris Coleman. He will be on Christmas night, not Christmas Eve and Dean Johnson, former talk host here in BC and then the Morgan Show. That four days in a row. Frustrate you say you missed me. Here's your chance to make up for it. And Barbara Feldon is with me right now. Let's take Lisa in Boston. She has been holding for 11 minutes. Lisa. Hello. Hello, Morgan. Welcome back. Thank you. Oh, so And Barbara Feldon. I love you. Thank you have this show. But remember, that commercial you did wasn't a perfume commercial? No, it was four Top breast hairdressing for rev alone. And you rolled around in the leopard. On, um Battery Ken Drug testing room. Which is not very rude, you know, politically correct these days. You could never do that commercial today for sure. When in danger. Everything stood up. Everybody loved that. I said Jesus was this lady. You know you're fabulous. Okay, that was that was memorable. Oh, thank you so special so special that I could see it now my head. Well when everyone was Yeah. Tigers. You know who you are. Wow. I love everything. I wish you the best happy all the days. Thank you. I wish you the same. Are you staying in mostly staying safe? I work Oh, what do you do? I work in a liquor store that they don't go out of business. No, no, that's an essential, you know, Actually, I'm not afraid of it. I wouldn't get the flu shot either. That's my opinion. Okay? I wouldn't get all right where you wanted to say I'm always be open. And I'm always tells me I never get sick. Well, let's see you stays the same. You gotta get a good audiences smoked or anything like that. You know what I mean? I don't know. Yeah, explain. So you live in New York. I live in New York. Yeah, all right. All right, so happy to talk with you. I won't keep you but happy New Year everything. Please don't go yet. Barbara. Tell us about your book. Yeah. Yeah, I wrote this book called Living Alone in loving it a number of years ago. And it was, uh because I When I first lived alone, I didn't like the idea and then I grew to love it and I just wanted to share You know that experience and how you could make that interesting life And when this hit? I mean, I thought Oh, my God. Can I pry all that to what we're going through now? Because they was certainly not written for this kind of isolation. And that actually, I took my own good advice and reached out to friends through them and phoning and Um and I worked on a lot of projects and creative things, and I've really been just fine being, you know, being decisive lated. Chris. You in touch with people all the time working in the store your eye. But you have to get out. You have to get out and have fresh air. It just seems healthy and keep your weight down with you. I'm sure you do. And that Z. I do. I have a have a stationary bike and a rowing machine in which I use every day. So, Yeah, I've been getting plenty of exercise and vitamin D three. I take two or three a day 2000 units, each one and a. Yeah, That's not vitamin D D. Yeah, that's good. And in the end, you know big for you. I won't get sick. There's nobody around the except what I'm working and nobody gets sick. Well, there's a plastic Chic between you and customers True. Well, you have the plexiglass. You We all wear masks. You have to. You have to know we have to close at 9 30 instead of 11 because the governor, Baker said. I don't know what happens after 10. I know you, mark. Remember? I met you with Rex Trailer memorial to see right now on my wall. Of Rex is sitting and standing holding a microphone. All right. There's the is that photo I loved him. I loved him. I loved him already. Go to California with him at the time that I met you that time and I had a three Stooges on you said I like your shirt. Yeah, well, there you go. Yeah, I gotta let you go. So I get some other people's love you and I love Mel Simon's I met him. It's Paul Anka two years ago. Not the best one. The other one is gonna be on with me on the Dan ratio Next Wednesday night side. I know I heard you. I won't miss up. Try try to call in the other day they have the time. But I'll try to get earlier. Okay. All right. Thank you, Barbara so much. I love you. You're so special. Lovely talking to you. Happy holidays Who is next?.

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"gary summers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

13:50 min | 1 year ago

"gary summers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Eighteen Gary summers is here awaiting your phone calls and Gary as of right now no calls well my goodness is the first is the first usually you've got Norman to calls and then the avalanche begins back if I still got a couple of the vehicles do you remember ideal toy company put out a racing track game called motor rific torture track I love motorists a little battery operated cars actually got somewhat licenses from the major car manufacturers to do official looking cars yes and they did look official way did the Mustangs in the Thunderbirds and stuff all nice looking for they should trucker rific June you know they made little trucks I recall a fresh look I'm gonna ask two questions one if I had some of those are not open first as if I had some of those there were in decent condition because I played with them tell me the value of the unopened one versus the ones right played with well of course the ones the the real looking cars uses the generic looking cars you know real Thunderbirds and things like that look good offer in the fifteen to thirty five dollar range depending on condition but the audience and played with those off we're aging will will you have poured your truck set up around the house anymore so a lot of the other ancillary stuff the tracks in the the torturer I urge you to vote all yeah through the flames or jumping over think most people don't have much demand for those there are still a market for authentic looking replica models of choice of cars as Charlie everything from the Aurora slot cars which were much better made toy then the motor restriction they were smaller but did the quality and the variety was better a lot of people collect the Aurora slot cars but a lot of people moved right over in the die cast you know from some plastic to chew them hot wheels and she lives the match boxes instead of the plastic toys which broke easily well let's talk about Tories that worked for our our little sisters there was so many dolls out there between American girl Barbie what were some of the better priced Barbie American girl Taurus well Candlewood dolls in collecting is good well we play with and love the doll that is their best friend when they're little and they really love that indigenous dowager thing what happened in the nineteen eighties is everything everyone from Barbie and Madame Alexander at American girls every manufacture dolls started over producing dolls for the collectors market and before there was a internet he need that could tell you how many there were available at any minute anywhere there was just running around the stores I don't see one of those must be rare ensure Barbie became the Glock the pink death as it was called you are in the market because when even a virtually involved in the early two thousands all the sudden you could see everybody had their Barbies in the pink boxes and nobody ever took them out of the boxes and played with them so unless somebody has some nostalgic was something it has no resale value to another market I'm sure the doll market just evolved a Jew the girls today would rather play with my little pony than Barbie or troll dolls or other different change it became the shell Jake for different generations would be common and this is all across the board there a little more than girl would have mom and dad purchase two of the same item so one could be played with and when you would save well what happened in the eighties and nineties was the whole thought of collectable toys was yes I'll do that all bar one one away employee was one well what happened is a huge amount of those toys still remain are opened and still are available in a in market place and for sale and so it kind of offset that by again too much blood out there of toys that everyone bought you up but then had your parents been really good parents and bought you two of every Star Wars action seventy seven and put those away for you and you pulled those Star Wars action figures in mint condition ms on the card never played with you deal to buy a house why are yes you'd be able to buy a house if you had a complete collection of nineteen seventy seven Star Wars figures mentor in the box and you were to sell them right now it on June they would that those figures in those stories would buy you a house and the Pokemon explosion along with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles exposure they were in genius a hundred and fifty friends or enemies of those characters lead characters and then when you bought if you are are one hundred and fifty they refreshed and they came up with another one hundred and fifty explain their phenomenon marketing you know what you do is you create a passion for a product line and then keep supplying the product line anymore she for Star Wars the turtles and date he came on the show the turtles denaturing ninja turtles started right here in Massachusetts out in western management Kevin Eastman and Peter laird decided they didn't like the corporate route and decide to start their own independent Jane and what happened was people learned it and if you build a cast of characters and stories that people will feel passionate about and embrace they will stay passionate about it as they grow older even a Celtic forward and then of course want to buy back their use right so they kept creating more more characters because of the planned obsolescence model of four age and the planned obsolescence model of children great give mom you'll buy me another one also I lose it all get another one there only a dollar two dollars dollars they're cheap and that's the best thing about toys used their cheat but who knows what's gonna be worth something in thirty years unless of course you see a huge passion for a month she children playing with it not just mommy bought June I know I have one some day that she won't let me touch but I could see it on the shelf they're not to be passionate for that they may be nostalgic Ford mommy loved it so I love it but the passion comes from actually engaging with the product the character in the story the toys and you know to me the turtles is is a good example of a quality line that work we're Jimmy's login mine is just a a a clutch of I'm a massive amount of things for a child to learn and yeah and yeah and and be embraces and become passions were but it's what they could share with their generation alive call them all did you and manage the bonding that the kids really want that makes a Tory emotionally desirable it's amazing to me because when I was a kid earn much this top cat there was six cats who's also devil in a couple of other ancillary characters back to where the ABA's taught us that's not the way to go you want to have like a hundred friends enemies all spread out that's the way to go because and it's as well the enemies you wanna make sure you've got jazz and for people out there at the cat who tried to move in on top cat's territory hello and it is you were into rooting for the bad guys you wanted a jazz Tory they didn't do their surveys lost a marketing opportunity they Hanna Barbera and I think that's a sin on their part well the whole thing within a barber or was the entire product line was the studio's product not Josh top cat but everyone of big everyone of hanna-barbera's characters we're part of their product line breaks don't judge install work so that's like it instead of creating a hundred fifty characters from one to schedule it created a hundred fifty series with six characters I I guess I shouldn't argue because they made zillions of dollars with the flinstones this is a new Flintstones coming out shortly and that series dates back to nineteen sixty one and they've had several incarnations and they keep coming up with more and more and more Sir who who who's got millions in the bank and who doesn't that all companies as bro has row and I tell and playmates they're Makin money hand over fist am I going to work for a living we all do yeah we do number give the phone number again and see if I can get people the sick enough I caught a Betty Boop figurine somewhere in the basement I'm going to give the phone number again a new look for what ever toy or collectible oil lamp or Nick they're all see what a good albums anybody records I get records on buying records thousands of a monthly them all all right now suppose I told you they put out five and I got the first as you know man from articles or my favorite TV shows of back in the day and I've got the one with the rave cover and they're very exhausting young lady holding a gun on Napoleon in ilia you know that album worse and if I wanted to sell it which I do not and if it was Christine and art scratched I have the album jacket what would it be worth well she twenty Bucks I am yeah and while I get the Starkey hearing has been taken news break all rights are no Madison is at the microphone ready to tell us what's been happening in our area over the past half hour so Madison taken away these local Boston's news radio WBZ thirty radio station twenty four degrees in Boston at twelve thirty one good evening I medicine Rogers and here's what's happening a pickup truck crashed into an icy pond on oak street in Walpole or Sunday morning it was submerged in ten feet of water two men were in the truck they were hospitalized for hypothermia two people died in a crash in Brockton early Sunday morning the victims were in a car that hit a tree one was trapped in the car the other was ejected from the vehicle police haven't released their identities state lawmakers are considering allowing towns and cities to let sixteen and seventeen year olds vote in municipal elections there's a public hearing on the proposal set for Wednesday brings us to the penguins three four last night Celtics are playing the Lakers.

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"gary summers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"gary summers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And so busy with it you know just be standoffish at first and and then you know get sort of warm up as the week would go on and because that yeah I like person with them three weeks ago and then by the end of the week would be best friends in your planning you know we're going to all right you know and the cold it's going to stop you let me take a break because they only have you for roughly fifteen more great let me take my breath okay and I'll tell people why am have you warm besides just in on your conversation so on the camera come to term and you're gonna be working for a gentleman who is a part of my show periodically Gary summers were we'll talk more about that after the messages here in BC with the time in the temperature happens to be one seventeen and thirty eight degrees I'm sorry twenty degrees the Morgan show on WBZ news radio ten thirty did you know indoor air can be five times dirtier than outdoor air hard to believe right and if you suffer from allergies or asthma reading clean air is not just important it's essential I'm chair around co founder of molecules makers of radically different.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

11:58 min | 2 years ago

"gary summers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Mortgage. Morgan white to. let's talk about that right here on WBZ news radio ten thirty five good and interesting circumstance with my last two calls you know their names and the. there is call number one goal in. is it working it's working now I apologize. all right you were in the in the way. I'm always in a way yeah. that's another story. yeah I call on your credit did you. well the sports sports thing. I wish I was a TV wrestler you know like Bruno Sammartino teams team chief Jay Strongbow. I don't know what my name would have been we would. debating should have been servicing goon T. O. N. okay or captain cycle Spence. but anyway okay I've had most of the names people suggested to me when I was a kid out repeatable but they're in public but the funny but it died this. I don't know I know a glow course no one eighty based the one twenty is the skinny. now is actually stronger than than I am now you can be strong and skinny one if you would still be outclassed by most of the competition. most of the men in wrestling are two hundred two fifty in higher. follow. there's no shortage of people with it that way class. in that weight class but I wouldn't want to get in the ring. I have been in the ring mail sent me good Mel Simon's are you could be many more to come I was the mast manager. true story I wore masks deny. I every now and then. broke a rule to to help my Carly. true story. yeah I love that story to last night about yeah the Vegas when he almost said in about the thing about when I married yeah I love that story so that before a favorite story to tell okay. also look to the one choice I was never to a kid I was happy to get thirty three forty five you know music right but one Tory never got that I would love to have it was made by GI Joe today or some kind of a thing with rice on it like a tank or a. army saying. with guns on and I'm trying to think. that's what I remember. well I've heard commercial I mean with commands and toward in the sixties. but I've always wanted in hand like a light sign it I can't describe it because it was so long ago okay. normally I remember those things especially from the sixties with I don't recall it. well it was made by GI Joe anyway it was you know in the GI Joes has for. right and has grows out of but took a when I honest yes it is until brothers my dad had them they would hit one of his account when he was a traveling salesman okay here. now what was that with the third question. this third question was to do a television. domestics. domestic a Butler a me a a like to mate on two and a half men birder yes Sir. the one in right burn it down yeah I wrote yeah she was my. also. legal but I'd like to leave my number seer. any for women's once no no no no we're not getting involved with that are you able to use to do it I know but you know. thanks that can lead to issues. Charles Jaco. and Sir. if I had rob here or and another producer with more longevity I would ask. about it maybe next said the morning will bring it up next weekend all right I hate to say the bulk of the water and polite and I'm nervous about that sort of thing you know me I know you. but you know me to fill all right with them. right so we get birder. and I said what I did like the the the Butler on the end of family yes cemetery mention the rich rich you can only mention warm person. thank you for is the word goon didn't come up and trivial last night. I can't remember so did a good job you say there was no one came up okay did data needs still think tell you whether he knew well Kristoff St John and typical of the about about who. it was a C. B. B. he was also but after he died on February third. after the Superbowl okay and what was his name. Kristoff St John he was an African American the sun to commit suicide he didn't he weakens a recovering alcoholic he had a rough life in real life he didn't always have a bit of roses. people think because he was so packed he got all the money in the. he adds I will ask him in our our mention it on the air next week here we think rock Obama he was a co he played Neil winters. it was a cool guy. world chess in the store he like right John Coltrane. and then a soap opera fan I'm familiar with some of the facts around certain soap operas but I am definitely not a fan you probably know Victor Newman right yeah I know Victor Newman Eric pretty. rating yeah except for the first name was home schooled in mice yes he was in the rat patrol this is it. back in sixteen ninety figure what he did but he was Dietrich. right it's a good German name yeah. I know what you're going to see. thank you bye thank you for participating thank you for calling sure nine have a good weekend. Gary assigning Carl's in night hello. yes very good I guess you must have a survey questions from night because I wasn't listening but you about being a professional athlete is that correct one is the question is one of the questions is what sport do you wish you could have excelled within that sport. well it's definitely tennis because I'm still five foot seven even way back when I know but like I grew with high but I was a heavy set even at the age of combinations seventeen to twenty two years old US plant the weight of anywhere from a hundred eighty two is much as two hundred fifty pounds and I used to just ace guys left and right yeah I just I would just which is very good with movement placement the sat and when I play a guy that was five foot three who had a lots of experience playing tennis who is that not semi professional it was embarrassing when I lost six zero six zero it's one when I was nineteen years old and he said Hey that's pretty good you really hit the ball back really nicely I said I know but you told me I six yep as long as I kill a mailing and return it so you did a great job I sent all while the post my confidence he says now I played again and that he beat me six wanna was six till and I'm like oh my god she's actually won a game what he says Hey you getting better and yet the ball back government around goes back one two it's all about what they're not the couple met the man you're a heavy set guy young says right. also would you have voted for the guests like police. who do I have one yes I had Gary summers. I'm not sure. okay read anywhere else nope. okay also you Vegas trip I do not want to hear what you gambling the poker but did you hook up with Chris Coleman. no I did not. okay I will next time. anybody in particular big al since we did a show together are sorry the trivia form yes our that's awesome that's great this is the first sure with big office. very good awesome awesome and how would the buffet of food out there. this is a good the buffet at the flamingo arm still partial to other people tend to like the Rios by Faye and the almost every hotel has about Faye and how could you a little. yeah that's a gambler's book club. yes I've met Howard Swarts at the gambles books our book club. by the way I want a bridge because it was a guy in the world like the magazines those advertisements of entertainment for the last twenty years he is no longer at the chains this advertisement but do you ever remember seeing this advertisement for Bob Stupak. yes they called him the road runner and the crazy Paul R. king I have a number of nicknames for Boston. go ahead. our I don't think so. anyway Bob still park whereas the. our brain child they came up with the concept of the stratosphere. and Sir you brought it up so I bring up the story are one of the people that work for him basically stole the building from him. put four five six set the papers down in front of me said you got to sign these and one of them thanks he signed away his building. and there was a huge. lawsuit over that back the paper he signed. well it's a legitimate paper you should decide. and also you guessed on next week. Saturday will be male I don't know who's going to be on Friday. okay very good and by the way while you're gonna Vegas is so full of did you feel like lost because you're in Vegas was like oh my god you know it's like you know you you're away from Boston do you feel lost no. I've been to Vegas so many times and this is serious I don't know if I've been the Vegas seventy or eighty or ninety times that's are often I've been in my life I never have and I've always wanted so I don't know what the heck I'm waiting for someone and by the way what is like the best deal to bill for hotel where it's almost like twenty five dollars a night something cheaper a flea bag motel no don't come cheap but they do have that kind of deal I see the commercials for Treasure Island all the time where two days three nights whatever it is and. it's like thirty Bucks. room at night. so much I'll. Treasure Island the rooms of the super nice that's right. yes why they do it so they're cheap because all you. very good you're just hit me up also so let's about friends of my because they are actually said we are going to Vegas and so we've been there a few times so if I tell them they said all we know about that but if the ratio I long ago that the flea bag pushed. I'm all the hotels on the strip. our is nice is.

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Newsradio 700 WLW

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"gary summers" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"L W, Mary's a new world. Order in aviation safety, because of the grounding of Boeing seven thirty-seven max models. The Federal Aviation Administration is convening a meeting today in Texas for global airline regulators to review the plans to get the planes off the ground again. But an aviation consultant based in India says the FAA in bowling have no credibility after the two deadly backs crashes and US airlines are watching carefully to see how passengers will react. American is bracing for short-term passenger anxiety, United CEO Oscar bone, yo, says, according to the Chicago Tribune, he plans to be on United's first max flight. When the all clear arrives at twenty first century mood ring Amazon, is apparently, working on a voice activated wearable device, that can recognize human emotions on Wall Street, you can read pessimism about the trade. War with China s and p futures are down thirty one NASDAQ one hundred nine doubt futures falling two hundred sixty nine points. I'm Joan Doniger, Bloomberg radio. All right. Six thirty nine is a time last week, Jason I posted on the blog, you no doubt checked out the world mustache and beard championships in Belgium. Oh, nice. That was this week. They were very very fancy very fancy. So how long do those guys get without having to shave lifetime? I think but I posted it was sort of a look at these nerds attitude in mind. Turns out a guy from Cincinnati won top honors you realize that the guy on the town. It's the guy shows up at reds in the red and orange stripes, Gary summer, another ain't he Gary Faulkner. He won the freelance competition, which they say is considered to be, maybe the most difficult to win. Good for congratulations to him. It's a, it's a feather in the cap of the Queen city. Don't you think it'll be trying out for Z Z top next week? I think I think we're gonna walk a little taller this. I really do traffic..

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"gary summers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"gary summers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Pain prolotherapy helped stimulate your body to actually repair itself with just one course of treatments that pain. You feel every day can be alleviated for the long term. Boston prolotherapy helped me and thousands of others live pain weakness free without medications. Call Dr Al Franchi for a free consultation to learn if prolotherapy could help you to call one eight three three go pro that's one eight three three go Prollo online at Boston prolotherapy dot com. This is we can live information entertainment and conversation provided every weekend right here on WBZ. Newsradio ten thirty. And we are leaping full bodied into our number two of this edition of weekend. Live right up until five o'clock in the morning. Live local radio all night long. Go figure, isn't it. Really? Actually, if you think about the way radio should be, but I can find it anywhere else. And we're happy to be a part of it here. Thirty six degrees outside at one eight. Our guest is Gary summers of antiques, roadshow and wax, Rex collectibles fame. You have something you wondering if it's worth anything if you call in Gary just might be able to tell you that the number is six one seven two five four ten thirty or eight eight eight nine two nine ten. Thirty lines are clogged at the mama. We'll see we can do to try to open them up a little bit and Millis has been kind enough to wait for a while. He Joe how are you tonight? Good gains. Thank you very much taking my call, Gary. How are you doing? Let you got. Well, I got a collection of jukebox forty five day range in age from seventy seven to about eighty four eighty five..

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"gary summers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"gary summers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Button. We've heard more about it this year than we have in years past and I can remember anyway, you said stuff you always hate to hear the in sixteen states are suing the Trump administration who saw that coming. Well, even the president did what? Yeah, you're right. But I'm guessing the number may have even shocked him. And I'm guessing that we ain't done yet. They meet Massachusetts not part of this action yet, I suppose they could jump in. But as of yet, not part of it. But main is Connecticut is and fourteen other states, I'm guessing Massachusetts is going to have his own unique strategy and coming after this. So stay tuned as they say, whatever you want to say about what's going on in Washington. I think the one thing that everyone can agree on is. It's never boring. No, it is not. All right. So it's all yours in just a couple minutes. Always good to talk to you pop did where rubbing up another edition of weekend. Live at a good to connect with you the savvy WBZ overnight listeners glad to have you around. Glad you called in. We will do it again this weekend. I will be doing Friday and Saturday night, we can live and among our guests. We'll be talking about the Oscars will have Gary summers on with us. You get stuff you want to know what it's worth listening to us Dan guitar with everybody. Thanks, Mark talk to you soon. Hi. This is Steve Andress with the sump pump geeks. The sump pump is the most neglected item in the home. And yet we need it so badly when.

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"gary summers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

06:53 min | 2 years ago

"gary summers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In arlington. One of the things I wanted to mention as I talked about this great while Bill hickok book and joking with the author Tom Claven about it. As we're trying to describe what sort of a man while Bill hickok was. He was a rare fish. Dresser was very very weird as parents always tried to address well bathed daily, and you can imagine in the old west that was not an easy thing to do. And not only was not easy. It was not something many did beating weekly was exceptional. But he used to bathe daily. Well over six feet tall. Which was very big for those days. He ever check was maybe five four or five five for most men. But as joking with Tom glavin, there is a passage in the book where the wife of George Armstrong Custer himself, quite a character. Of course describes. While Bill hickok in her memoir that was published in eighteen ninety. And if you consider the times, it's difficult to imagine a more lusty passage here. Asked Thomas at Tom with did they ever get to know each other in the biblical sense, as the expression goes, he said, well, you know, she always danced around that you never know. But listen to this passage how she describes wild Bill hickok, and this will give you a good example wide such a fun book to read. Tall live in free in every motion. He wrote and walked as if every muscle was perfection, and the careless swing of his body as he moved seemed perfectly in keeping with the man the country the time in which he lived I do not recall anything finer in the way of physical perfection than wild Bill when he swung himself lightly from his saddle and with graceful swaying step squarely Senate Scholla's in well-poised head approached our tent for orders. He was rather fantastically cloud. Of course. But all seemed perfectly in keeping with the time and place. He did not make an armory of his waist, but carry two pistols, you were top boots riding breeches and dark blue flannel. Shirt with scarlet set in the front a loose neck handkerchief left, his fine firm throat free. I do not remember all his features. But the Frank Manley expression of his fearless is and his courteous manner gave one a feeling of confidence in his word. And his undaunted courage. Yikes. The only thing missing from that is they're saying is again, I joked earlier this evening is why I do believe that I have a case of the VP's. Quite exceptional book, quite an exceptional, man. If I can find one last passage that had a lot to do with how skilled he was with his handguns. It was said that he can throw a tomato can the air and. Well, here we go. He enjoyed putting on shooting exhibitions, especially impressive was his Ambi district. Ambidextrous? Accuracy witnesses reported kill all of this. This is the eyewitness accounts. Witnesses reported seeing hickok driving a cork through the neck of a whiskey bottle at twenty paces. The bullet. Wow. Splitting a bullet on the edge of a dime at the same distance twenty paces and putting his many as a dozen bullet holes in a tomato can that he'd been tossed in the air? Yeah. This guy was a gunfighter. Letting the public know he was always at the top of his game could dissuade ambitious gunmen from trying to take hickok on such men that may have entertained thoughts of gunfighter glory, but they weren't suicidal. This was a man who was on the cusp of becoming the eighteen sixties equivalent of a matinee idol in a country. Civil war glory was receding into history. And we're now was looking west for new legends. And he filled that Bill boy did he feel that Bill glavin just dealt with what he could absolutely find as a fact and there there's plenty in there. So just take note of the book, it's a great read. And if you know someone who is a history buff or a fan of the old west. Oh, goodness. Gracious. Are you set for that? We've got about a minute left to call. We're going to be a minute left before we had done here. I will be back in a couple of weeks, and I'll be sneaking in during the month here and there because they'll be filling in for Bradley, Jay, something guests, I'll have on with me during the remainder of the month. Well, it's about time to. To have some of our old for guests on with us. So you can expect that we're going to have Terry Downes, the director of homeland security Middlesex community college will be pop again before the month is over. We're also going to have Gary summers of antiques roadshow collectables fame. Joining me before we are done with February where you can call in and get yourself appraised. Find out how much your stuff might be worth. And you just never know who else might be popping in and before we are done here. A couple of quick scores for you before we wrap things up. Again, Bruins beat the LA kings five to four and over time. That's the good news. The bad news at this is really bad news. Trust me, there's going to be a lot of collateral damage in Celtics locker room because of this game. Celtics lost to the LA clippers won twenty three to one twelve at one point the Celtics had twenty eight point lead and blew it. The most that they have given up. Since two thousand three enjoy tonight. Hope you did to talk to you soon. Everybody's CBS news update. Now, there are two women accusing Virginia dilute tenant governor Justin Fairfax of sexually assaulting them. And both stand ready to testify, but see begets, the coal Killian tells us. Fairfax maintains he will not resign. Meanwhile, debonair Ralph Northam told state employees in a letter to stay in office. Nothing last week a racist photo from his medical school yearbook surface, north them initially said he was in the picture only to backtrack later, then acknowledge he wants wore black face. So did the state's attorney general Mark herring? Bloomberg Suhil Kapur explains. It's a train wreck for Virginia. Democrats that top three Democrats in Virginia are facing bipartisan calls to step aside. And if they do that they would be handing over power to the Republican speaker of the house in a redistricting cycle where they're redrawing the map. So they're hanging tight right now. It's not clear any of them are going to step aside at this point one democratic delegates says he. Is preparing articles of impeachment against Fairfax, CBS, news update and Allison keys..

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"gary summers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"gary summers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Bring a few extra shackles 'cause you'll see so many things I didn't know they had this here. I gotta by that. I didn't know they would have this by that. So whether you are a fan of the sixty seven Red Sox or your fan of the Toronto Blue Jays back to back World Series in the nineties. They have it there at sports were trust me. I would lie to you. I'm gonna take my break when a throat my phone number if anybody wants to call in and I call the psychic appraisals, and I know dean Johnson's coming in later on tonight. Gary summers is a regular with dean used to be regular with me. But deny. Kevin made a balance a swap there and. Gary calls these things psychic appraisals. He cannot see your. Yes. Jersey from nineteen sixty seven that's been autographed. But if you describe it to him. He'll be able to give you a ballpark. No pun intended, possible cost for that. So what can the attic look in the basement and see if you do have something sports related that might just have value? Okay. And still you hold on unite. We'll be back to take calls in a couple of minutes time and temperature here. WBZ ten seventeen twenty nine degrees Morgan.

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"gary summers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"gary summers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"How are we supposed to be the bad boys of electricity? Pop. If you're out there being responsible. The band is about to be discovered. This is our year you've been saying that for a while. Now, you think anyone in the rock and Roll Hall of fame was worried about their credit score. I never really thought. Of course, they weren't Rockstars aren't supposed to think about that kind of stuff. We're supposed to think about how many guitars, we've smashed right aggressively sensitive power ballads, start questionable fashion trends, tragically break up and blame creative differences. I just thought maybe it was time to take control of my finances. You know, start using a budget get out of debt set some goals a budget debt set some goals. Listen, I knew that we'd ever creative differences. But I was hoping they'd involve a little more scandal. Again, when Gary summers is on.

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"gary summers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

08:17 min | 2 years ago

"gary summers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Through the weekend. It's thirty seven in Arlington thirty nine in Weymouth and thirty nine in hang your Boston. Celtics loss to the San Antonio Spurs one twenty for the Spurs one eleven to Celtics for the Celtics. It just seems to be a season of two steps forward. One step back. So they lost to the Spurs. One. Twenty to one eleven Gary summers is with us of antiques roadshow and waxrx collectible fame if you wanna call in and find out how much stuff is worth right now the lines clogged and go through the call isn't as they open up. If you want to call in the numbers six one seven two five four ten thirty or eight eight nine two nine ten thirty Grega highs. But hanging in there for a while. Thank you for waiting a bit. Craig what part of a high calling from? I'm calling from southeast Ohio. That's right. Far from Cambridge Cambridge Massachusetts. I I hear the to have a lot in common. We have a population of less than forty thousand. I think people around here wish that that was the population that gay marriage. But I I hear glad we're coming in loud and clear what you get for Gary. What is my grandparents came flower ring, Madonna? And my grandmother had left me Hummel's. I'm a widower. So I ended up giving them too much sister-in-law's kept the flowering Madonna. It's about ten inches tall. And. You know, what that might be worth? Well, yeah. The thing with the home old is that they were manufactured for years and years and years, they will be they began manufacturing in pre World War Two. The factory was protected by the Americans and by the Germans at times during the war. And so there's a zillion of those out there. There is not as much demand for the religious one. Just for the cute ones in in the in the world of almost and then when Gogol bra bought it in the eighties late eighties. They might have been early nineties. They they reproduce them again. So they are out there. You'll see them anywhere from twenty dollars to one hundred dollars. Oftentimes, they have slow chips and dings, the only way to tell the difference between the ages of when they were made is by looking at the marks on the bottom, and there's a little March, and you have to go on the internet. To really just look at home. Oh marks. And by looking at the March, you can determine what year yours was name. And that's just a combination of doing internet research and then and combo that and being able to identify the Mark. Well, here's one thing. I appreciate the information. But this is also lit area Cambridge glass. A lot about that. An area of Cambridge glass. What do you mean by that? This is where it was made Cambridge glass. Seems people make a big Bill about it. You said it was a humble, flowering. Madonna. No, no, not changing the topic. But. Changing copy comes already. Ohio near Cambridge glasses. What he's saying? Gary. Oh, okay. So. Yeah. About Ohio pottery in Ohio glass, it's a different thing. The Hummel's are made in Germany. They weren't really weren't made. No hieaux. I understand all that. I was just bringing up another top becomes. Oh. Ohio pottery by any chance. Oh boy. If you could get him something here, but I go wills creek all the time, and I find what they call salt. Oh. Yeah, they're crocs. There's one area where I find him every year. The high water comes through right? Are desirable. Yeah. The lids are hard to find the clocks consult, thirty to one hundred bucks. Also. As oh, man. I've given so many of them away. Away. Keep the across. Maybe it's time to maybe go maybe tomorrow morning time to make some phone calls, Craig. Know the thing I gave you remember that croc. I okay, I want it back now. So exactly. There you go. He gave you some some good points of reference anyway, Craig and glad you called in and coming in and out loud and clear there keep listening call again, please. Take it. Six one seven two five four ten thirty is the number again, six one seven two five four ten thirty or eight eight nine two nine ten thirty. That's a toll free number, of course. Eight eight nine two nine ten thirty but trying to get in. And it's been clog, we align its popped open. So feel free to to sneak in there while you can't we're going to go to carry it in Somerville is also been waiting for a while. Good evening. Karen? How are you? Hi dean, Gary, I'm good. How are you guys goods? Happy new year. Thank you very much there. Boy, the again the year went by really fast. It seems this year. Didn't it? It did too fast. Always remember my mother saying wait till you get older cynical by so fast. And she was right. I hate it. When our parents are right about that stuff. Man. But anyway, you got a chance to get in. I'm sure you get something for Gary which guy do I have two things. I have they actually toys and the first one is a Shirley temple doll. It does have a stamp on the back that says ideal doll, and it has a number ST one seven dash one thinking, I probably got her sometime during the nineteen fifties. And the other one that I have is a it's a kind of a creepy looking teddy bear I had bought it after. Goodwill years ago for a dollar because I thought it might be worth some money. It is I suggest you give it to a child. You really dislike? Is it scary? Looking. It's a it's a Knickerbocker. Teddy cuddles it's about twenty four inches. High kind of an orangey light orangey Brown collar, the head is almost too big for the body and the arms of very very short. It has a red. I'm looking at it right now, it has the red felt tongue on it. And kind of plastic golden color is I I don't know what to do with it. I I don't wanna throw it out. And we actually sent a picture to Skinner a couple of years, and they were not able to help me with it. Okay. So let's start with Shirley temple original, Shirley. Dolls from the nineteen thirties or made a competition. The ideal ones made in the fifties were plastic hard plastic. The resurgence of Shirley temple in the fifties know introduced to a whole new generation of people who became total fans. But today ninety percent of the people have no idea in Shirley temple is that's the sad part. Really? You you get. Born after nineteen eighty who's Shirley temple is in most of them will think it's a politician or a drink or drink. Great. So as far as the the dog goes closer clean air hairs, good. And she's in good shape. It could sell for fifty to one hundred dollars maximum. You're psycho. Don, your psycho bear your knickebocker. People love creepy now. Creepy honestly something that should be on twilight zone. It is really scary..

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"gary summers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

12:07 min | 2 years ago

"gary summers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"It's dean Johnson sitting in for Bradley, Jay. So we'll just say it's Dino Jay talking for the evening right up until five o'clock in the morning. We got plenty of good things going to be discussing. My intent is to have a great time. And to not talk about anything even remotely profound although stuff that'll be fun and enjoyable, and when I think fun and enjoyable there are few people few people that come to mind quicker. Then Gary summers. Gary is of course, associated with the wax Rx collectible as you may remember him from antique roadshow is irregular. When yours truly is on. And he's great at telling you what your stuff is worth. And if first of all, Gary, welcome and thank you for coming on on night, where usually a lot of people aren't available. But as you said, you really like to stay in on this night. Anyway, generally, don't you? Dino. Yes, founded amateur night. Gene. I'm very honored to be on your show tonight today on the internet. He's saying they listed the top ten jokes about Massachusetts. And even though I didn't get credit for a joke. I wrote actually was the number one. And I was very proud of that do idea ask you is it one you can tell share with us on the air absolutely here in New England. We only have two seasons winter and construction. We need a rim shot. I gotta I gotta look for a rim shot. Excellent. Excellent. Thank you. And you can always tell the season changing by being able to orange cones popping their head on the snow. I I have to tell you, Gary you're talking about the winter in construction I had a guest on last night. Norwegian gentlemen, the first one who had ever been able to early in Kaga is his name he called from Norway. He's the first person to ever accomplish the three poles competition. And that means he hiked to unassisted to the south pole. Hiked to the North Pole and climbed Everest the first person to do all the all of those. So you think in pretty impressive nothing can stop this guy right here in Massachusetts is just a three sheets. Will you know? He was in Boston recently. You said, you know, I decided I was gonna walk from downtown to Logan airport. Never made it. There is no one ever made it that's it. So if if south pole North Pole, no problem. Ever as we spit on. Everest trying to walk from downtown Boston, Logan. No moss. He has to put that on his bucket list for another day. You can't get here from the man. So appreciate again your being on. I know we've done this a couple of times before and tonight, I'm I'm much obliged. And you would have thought perhaps Gary that the people would be occupied doing other things. But the phone lines are already filled. Well, they're interrupting my three stooges marathon. So let's get to what you know. Confession time. I was talking with Jordan rich about during the break. I taped it this year taped it I'm showing my age digitally recorded it this year. So it'll be ready for me whenever I decided to just jump into. Just close my eyes in flashback. I was telling Jordan I most of my second life philosophies are based on the three students stooges and zero mostel in the original movie that produces much those are pretty much my mentors on that. So before we get the phone calls. We'll do that in just a couple of minutes. Everyone right now, the the lines are clogs. So be patient will clear them up in a moment or two as looking at twenty nine teen if you going to tell people these are probably going to be the hot items, or maybe these are the things you should sort of invest in keep around is there anything that comes to mind yet. Well, for two thousand nineteen I can't hear you is that collectibles are wetter people's minds right now, I think that nostalgia for the twenty first century is just starting to grow. But what people are kind of grasping on right now is everything related to computers and video games and electron etcetera. Now obsolete, and I think that eventually generation that grew up on new electron stout GIC for their I Fono their first video game. So, you know, embrace that inner electronic you use and and and keep that passionate alive. You make me think of the various combinations of pacman that are available now on these little to to the point where they're these little little teeny teeny tiny little consoles that you could almost fit in the palm of your hand. I don't know who can pay a possibly use those and see them to variations. The game. Now, everything old is new again. It is it always works that way. It's really good. It will be timeless. If it's really crap it will be crap. Makes me kinda wanna find a blank wall and a can of spray paint. Let's go to the phone lines. So we can get as many calls as we can while you're with us. And I I know you're going to be able to stay. We'll stay for almost another hour. So I appreciate that Gary. So we're going to start with the Ed in Salem, Ed. How are you tonight? Good evening, gentlemen, and happy new year. Thank you very much for the kind words he doing alright tonight. Our training, but I'm close to home. So I'm that's I'm ahead of the game. Very smart. You talking. Are you in Salem mass in New Hampshire? Salem mass. Okay. She'd be pretty good the coast as I said, I came from north of the city, and it was a little sketchy coming in and caught me by surprise. But anyway, what what do you have for Gary? My uncle was born in Monte Italy back in I wanna say eighteen eighty nine to nineteen hundred and I have his. It's a small banjo, which I'm told is a mandolin also named and I have a real Italian mandolin with the bold doc would and he used to play it on the ferries when they didn't have roads connecting like, nah. Hunt. Boston islands and so forth for small change on weekends. And I'm wondering if it goes back to nineteen hundred or close to it. What possibly would those be worth? Okay. So the banjo Lynn's Italian mandolin banjos was a big instrument used for certain sound in in Europe. And if it was made I would say prior to that time period. Eighteen fifty eighteen seventies depending on the craftsmanship with any instrument. There are mass produced commercial versions, and then there are artistic versions artesian virgin people who are really qualified to make a, you know, a really fine instruments. So depending on those two elements a commercial version might sell one hundred two hundred fifty dollars where a really fine instrument could sell in the five hundred to fifteen hundred dollar range. Now the way to find out whether you're of that quality my opinion is since you're never going to show it because. In your family. You should have it looked at it and potentially insured if it's at the high end, but then a leak. You could just play with it. Skinner launching gallery in Boston and Marlboro has free appraisals days the first Tuesday of each month and their their musical department is very good. They would be able to tell you by looking at the serial numbers and the quality of the workmanship of what it value is. Did you say the first Tuesday of each month? So it will be next week. I believe you can always call Skinner and ask what day there musical instrument free appraisal day is now Gary. I got a question about those appraisals, I'm guessing that going out into you said Skinner's in Boston and Hudson Marlborough Marlborough, I'm guessing Marlboro probably would have these smaller crowds than Boston wouldn't or is that not necessarily the case. No that's case. They schedule people. It sounds like. What are you just have to kind of like, call them and making such their expert? I'm such a big beagle. Sorry to interfere, buddy. More questions you have. That was okay. Yeah. Happened recently. I had them tucked away at the bottom of the closet. And I had pillows and everything up on the top one of the pillow spell down recently. Get the strings on these small banjo mandolin and crack the you know, the paper it's in the middle of the that makes the sound. The head crack head. I was so upset all my God. It goes if it doesn't go back to that aid because you can see the wear and tear on it. Jimmy, we. Replaceable and you can even replace you with the vintage one, but have an expert Luthier do it for you. I see. All right. I appreciate it gentlemen. Like, I say happy new year. Thank you very much. Sounds like you get quite quite a family memento. They're actually having around thick air by six hundred seven two five four ten thirty is the number again, six one seven two five four ten thirty or eight eight eight nine two nine ten thirty. That's the toll free number eight nine two nine ten thirty have a line open. If you wanna sneak. In the meantime, we're going to sneak in in Quincy before the news Horia Butch how you doing happy new year guys very much you doing alright. Yeah. Good night. The year flew by year flew by didn't man. But we know we're busy busy and the way twenty eight thousand miles. It's probably a good thing it flew by. But anyway, what have you got cream? We got cremated storms lashed. Yeah. Yeah. Man. Listen, I bought a I bought a motorhome in any of the one of the closets here. Like, I'm a neat. The stove the sink. There was an all wood plane. It's a nineteen o two Bailey member for a would plane, and it doesn't look like it's ever been used. I showed it to one builders next door at the marina, and he went, wow. This thing looks like brand new. He said it was a nineteen o two in the front that says Bailey in Japan before. And it literally doesn't look like anybody's ever used it. Okay. Tools, especially ones that are still usable from and it's probably it could be eighty to one hundred years old 'cause they've been making them that long. But they don't break. It's really hard to break. One of those no two ways about it. So they. Is it screws? Everything is in perfect condition. Right because you can't possibly break. It no matter how hard you try. So therefore, it's Willie a good working tool, and it's not going to planned obsolescence between you don't need to buy. Another one value is probably thirty bucks thirty five bucks about same causes doing a store buying a new one. But that's probably a much better tool. You buy at the store. Yeah. Yeah. It's really. It's really. Yeah. What do you call it? Yeah. They like the the metal the design of the metal and stuff. Yeah. It's really nice. A great tool, but not a collectible really, it's just you can use it. I know a lot of people a lot of people like to use the anti tools when they're doing something like that. And as I always say Butch because it's something that Gary has taught me even if it may not have immediate great value. All you gotta do is have to find one person who has to have it. Whatever the cost. Maybe these guys you build a little boats and stuff like that. Maybe it will find a home over there on this shelf somewhere. Look good. You know?.

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"gary summers" Discussed on Drawn: The Story of Animation

Drawn: The Story of Animation

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"gary summers" Discussed on Drawn: The Story of Animation

"To high tech david collins was learning the business at a really unique time right at that transition from analog to digital most of the classic animation we talked about was all shot on photochemical film with analog tape recording sound you know put through projector and having to be synchronized in the age before computers and when i started it's not the computers were new but they were powerful enough to wear when i first left school i remember i was having to do a tape editing assignment in school and my friend harrison we've worked with for years as a dialogue now we're students together he's like why are we doing this we will never ever do this in the real world ever he was right almost right i did it once an intern where splice some tape on a scoring stage and i never did ever again because i entered the business right win all of the tape machines were going in the dumpster they're being recycled and you watched the sort of clumsy yet brilliant transition into digital and it was painful you know i mean there was a lot of just trying to figure out how to reinvent the wheel in order to ultimately make it simpler and our member very vividly sitting through watching this oscar ward winning mixer and gary rides trump's my heroes mixed a lot of movies drastic parks having private ryan he's a director as well now for pixar and the summer i was interning he was mixing horror movie and i got to sit in and watch it was the haunting if you remember that i was got to be production system i watched it and every time he made a mixed move on the console it hit stop and he'd go back to his cue points we could run it through again and the projector would go to detect your dude roles or groom room and we'd roll back and everyone would do this thing where they would just pick up their coffee just ready to go k k that was july june by july i was watching gary summers pre mixon effects on toy story two and picking up the phone and talking to the tech hey this new dori me box is amazing like it's just digital like i just i don't have to wait for the film to rewind and i watched him hit play do a mixed move you know like everyone's opening up a cardboard box to look inside and i think there's some random sock them robots in there something in that that scene this one's empty too and he was like panning the sound of the cardboard box like out in the surround speakers in this gorgeous mix stage up it's walker sound and he just kept doing it over and over again and he didn't have to wait five may gentlemen but neither of us a cowboy with a bad arm he was talking to me having kind of hands on education watching masters of their craft using traditional tools and then embracing new technology had.

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