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It just doesn’t get any
better than seeing the gorgeous “Mrs. Anita Pelaez” over at her and her
husband “Captain Kutchie’s” place..Some Folks Also Call Him..”The
KutchMan others call him The
Kutchmon!”…Most Just Call Him “The Most
Interesting Man In The World”….(Anita and Kutchie Pelaez’s Key West, Key
Lime Pie Factory and Grill)…Just watching the lovely couple baking together all those Yummy
Key Lime Pies at their Key Lime Pie Factory and Grill in Asheville.
…It’s always worth the trip to visit them in they’re Historic Key Lime
Pie Factory and Grill…It should be on everyone’s bucket list for
sure..And The World’s Best Key Lime Pies!..YUM-YUM-YUM….­­.”Talk About
World Class” What An Understatement!…….AA­­HHHHH!….The Magic Of The
Lovely..”Mrs. Anita Pelaez” And Her Delicious Key Lime Pies Baked With
Pure Love…Always……40 Years And They’re Still Going Strong….
….May GOD Continue Blessing “Anita And Kutchie Pelaez” and They’re World
Famous Key Lime Pie Factory And Grill Where The Personalities, Ovens And
Smiles Are Always Warm And Inviting. “Kutcharitaville” You’re The Best We Love You!….
…Now You Know Who Is The Hottest!…And Baby Let Me Tell You, Mrs. Anita Is No Act…She’s The Real Thing Baby!…
….Located Near The Biltmore House And Estate…..
….Who Could Ask For Anything More?…Anita’s Key Lime Pie…(Hell Yes!)
....Just Think, Kutchie's Goody Goody Cheese Burgers, The Original Cheese Burgers In Paradise!
....That Alone Is Quite A Pretty Big Deal If You Ask Me. It's A Pretty Big Deal Even If You Don't Ask Me.
 

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As an antique dealer this is by far one of my favorite books. I picked this book up at an estate sale for 50 cents and it was the best money I ever spent.
In contrast with many other collector's
books, this one doesn't give obscure values, it gives you crucial tips for what to look for to authenticate and valuate antiques. Circular saw marks on ca 1850s and later furniture, Metal taps only featured on the feet of modern furniture, and characteristics of 18th century Federalist period American silver.
It doesn't focus too much on prices, which is a good thing. It emphasizes what it desirable in the antiques market, how to sport reproductions, and tricks to identify age.
A great read that I can never seem to put down. This is the quintessential antique dealer's bible. I even enjoyed reading this more than Kovels!
 

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