Come see a historical exhibition by a man who is known to find and define some of the rarest antiques by investigating the history of the detail inscriptions found on the artifacts. His investigations of an old baseball carrying authentic signatures of 1800's baseball players has revive the sports story of The Championship Of The West in 1876. A personal championship game between the St. Louis Brown Stockings and Chicago White Stockings. Come see the inscriptions found on an old baseball that will take you back in time one hundred and forty years.
If you are into Scottish History, then you should come and see the Silver Roman Chalice that was converted into a Scottish Chalice by its modified inscriptions which depicts the year of 1289. Yes!, the chalice does have the two handles which had been previously missing from a similar chalice found in the 1800's. There are also two other important pieces of information found on the chalice such as two Christian flags belonging to the Holy knight Templars which describes the story of the two castles that were protecting the temples. A chalice that commemorates the very same year that Scotland announced its new Queen, Margret, according to the two handles. She was the six and a half year old Margaret Norwegian Princess granddaughter to Alexander the king of Scotland whom became the heir to the throne after Alexander died. There will be also an exhibit of an old painting depicting the year of 1822, according to its details and history, which is going to revive an investigation of another painter who created a very similar painting in 1854. A painting that is going to bring in to question the Bingham's Family History of 1822. The Great American Painter George Caleb Bingham was only eleven years old in the spring of 1822. Come! hear a story that will amaze you! The exhibit will also include an array collection of other antiquity's which includes an early rare discovered painting by a Burmese Artis name Yantanabon Mg. Su. that describes The Shaun Chinese Man and not The Shaun Chinese Old Man as claimed by other paintings. Come decide for your self, who? Who came first? Was it The Man? Or was it The Old Man? Plus an early 20th century reproduction Japanese museum certified block print of the actor Ishikawa Komazo II that was created by Kuniyoshi in the early 1800's from the original art works of Toshusai Sharaku. In the early 1900's the museum of Japan reproduced the art work utilizing the original woodblocks created by the old masters before they were destroyed by the war. There will be lots of interesting items to see and hear about! Some items will be sold and others will end up in auction block.
We invite the public, for the first time, to come see some of the lost history that has been brought to life by Mr. RamiroValdez. Mr. Valdez is available for media interviews, please contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org or 210 274-3316 or 210-815-0018