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The Buenos Aires Toy Museum
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Muky, Argentina Hotwheels
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The Buenos Aires Toy Museum Exhibit
Design Furniture for Art and Toy Exhibit
Juego del Sapo

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Los Morteros Restaurant in Purmararca

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Toy Museum Forum
The Buenos Aires Toy Museum Forum

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Curry in the Kitchen, Image Gallery
Los Morteros Restaurant in Purmararca
Food and Wine Argentina
Boutique Restaurant. La Florida Colonia Uruguay
Inside La Florida
Argentine food Asado name for Barbeques
See Picture Image Gallery for, Asado
Hesperidina is Argentinas most famous aperitif.
Eating Pizza at Las Cuartetas

Art for Sale Gallery
J Viski oil painting for sale
Leopoldo Torres Aguero oil painting for sale
Religious Painting of South America & Argentina
Image Photo Gallery for Quintanilla, Alberto.
Francisco Adaro, up coming artist mural artist
Monique Rozanes is a brilliant contemporary artist.
Spisso Liberato was a great Argentinean artist
Francisco Adaro, erotic art.
Francisco Adaro
Relegoius Art for sale
Viski Largest World Picture Gallery
Vito Campanella Art Argentina
Leopoldo Torres Aguero and Monique Rozanes
Contemporary Art Argentina
iArtdealer 5 square meters Art Gallery
Jorge Luis Garay in Dean Funes
Jorge Luis Garay

Insulator Photo Gallery
Glass Insulator Argentina
Porcelain Insulator Argentina
French Insulator only found in Argentina
Silver or Grey Insulators made in Argentina
Insulators out in the Wild
Insulators found along the roads in Argentina

Books Review and for Sale
Book on Lighthouses in Argentina
Book on Steam Train in Argentina
Book on Shipwrecks around Argentina,South Atlantic
Book on Soccer - Football Trading Cards, Argentina
Guide Book on Trading Cards Argentina
Book on Highway Route 40
Book on Pop Star Diva Susana Gimenez
Book on Buby,diecast toys made in Argentina.
Book on Art Fileteado
Kaiser, Ika Industries Argentina
The legend of Time Travel

Photo Gallery For Art Dealer
Vito Campanella
Leopoldo Torres Aguero and Monique Rozanes
Arte BA 2006 Argentina
Francisco Adaro, up coming artist from Argentina
Francisco Adaro
Francisco Adaro,erotic art.
J Viski,Janos Viski. 1891- 1961 Hungary Photo Gallery
Cloudio Giannini, Argentina
Jorge Luis Garay Dean Funes

Toy Museum Picture Gallery
My Little Pony, Argentina Photo Gallery
Buby Photo Book, Photo Gallery
Strawberry Shortcake, Frutillitas made in Argentina Photo Gallery
Toy Tractors & Farm Toys,Argentina.Photo Gallery
The Giants Attacking You , Los Titanes de Atakan, CD.Photo Gallery
Super Powers, Super Amigos, Argentina.Photo Gallery
Robot's from Argentina. Image Gallery
Batman CollectiblesPhoto Gallery
Buby Die cast, Sample Photo Gallery
Toy Soldier, Lead & Plastic Photo Gallery
Mazinger Z Argentina, Photo Gallery
Duravit Indian Rubber, Photo Gallery
Buby Estanciera IKA Die cast, Photo Gallery
The Incredibles in Argentina Photo Gallery
Estanciera IKA by Buby re painted model
Kaiser Frazer Willy Station Wagon
Gallery of Robot & Space Toys made in Argentina
Kaiser Frazer Carabela Manhattan, made in Argentina
Art and Toy Museum Exhibit Furniture
The Buenos Aires Toy Museum Picture Gallery
Robots and Space Toys made in Argentina
Gallery Nights, BAC and The Buenos AIres Toy Museum

Carnival Glass Photo Gallery
Carnival Glass made in Argentina

Bob Frassinetti Video & Photo Gallery
Bob Frassinetti in the news
Cultura Cero
Profile of a Journalist
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Cheap Hotels
Cheap Hotels World Wide
Documentary, The Masters of the Universe
Video Bob Frassinetti
Bob Frassinetti Photo Album
Bob Frassinetti and Lonely Planet Guide Books
Fire Places and Chimneys
Hanky Panky

Buenos Aires Architecture Video & Photo Gallery
Architecture, Buenos Aires. Argentina
Bridges in Buenos Aires, Argentina
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Pilar Church Recolecta
Recoleta Cemetery Buenos Aires
Recoleta Cemetery Buenos Aires
Palermo Hollywood and Soho, Buenos Aires
Palermo Hollywood Part Two
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Down Town buildings, shops , art galleries, hotels and more
Art and Light Lighthouses

Lighthouse & Shipwrecks Video & Photo Gallery
Lighthouse at Medanos Point
Helmets of the Deep Collectibles
Jose Ignacio, near Punta del Este, Uruguay
Walking around Colonia, Urugauy
Buenos Aires to Colonia, Uruguay.
Lighthouse on Martin Garcia Island
Lighthouses Argentina.
East Point Lighthouse Uruguay, Punta del Este.
Perlas Islands Submarine,the true story
Lighthouses in Argentina & Uruguay
Art and Light Lighthouses

Steam Tractor & Old Tractor Photo Gallery
Steam Tractors,found in Argentina
Old Tractor's Made in Argentina
Old Tractors found in Uruguay
Lanz Bulldog and the Pampa Tractor from Argentina
Antique German Tractors from South America
David Brown 50D Found and Sold
British Made Steam Train Crane 1900's
Old Patagonia Express La Trochita Photo Gallery

Trains in Argentina Photo Gallery
The Old Patagonia Express
Trains in Argentina
Train Tours for Argentina

Photo Gallery on Buenos Aires,San Telmo as well as other Flea Markets
San Telmo Flea Market, Image Gallery
Down Town Buenos Aires,Image Gallery
Railway Station Flea Market, Image Gallery
Mercado de las Pulgas Buenos Aires

Collectibles Photo Gallery
Enamel Advertising Signs found in Argentina,Image Gallery.
Vintage Telephone Equipment found in Argentina, Image Gallery
Helmets of the Deep Collectibles
Royal Doulton found in Buenos Aires, Argentina
Glass Candy Containers made in Argentina
Picture Image Gallery for Vintage real photos from Argentina.Old photos
First Day Covers Argentina
Diving Helmet Argentina
Ford Falcon Made in Argentina

The Land of Fire,the End of The World
The Land of Fire: The Wondera. The Story begins.Image Gallery
The Wondera, the strange and enicmatic old man

Vintage & Old Cars
Estanciera IKA, Jeep Willy vesrion made in Argentina
Torino Car designed in Argentina
Siam Di Tella, was a trademark company in Argentina
Fiat 1100 Argentina
Rambler made by Kaiser here in Argentina
Fiat 1500 Berlina made in Argentina
Fiat 1500 Coupe
Argentine Kaiser Carabela, see image of this rare Argentine Kaiser
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Kaiser Funeral Car made in Argentina
Carabela Kaiser IKA Argentina,
Rally Car Project in Argentina
Old Vintage Cars from Argentina and Uruguay
Old Cars and Old Tractors found in Uruguay
Classic Car Show San Telmo
Car Show 2006 Argentina
Club Ford Argentina

Art and Antique Tours for Dealers
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Mad Dog Antiques & Maudlin travel to Buenos Aires, Argentina
ArtDealer and Pascal Debusschere from Paris,France.
Bob Frassinetti as your Personal Shopper
Giuseppe Pirone
Dr Jenny Fortune
Diana's Bobo lodge. Bed & Breakfast in San Isidro
Valeria del Mar. Pinamar
Father and Mother Christmas from the USA visiting Argentina

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Tour 2011 Bob Frassinetti
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Antiques Bronze and marble Sculptures
Accommodation for Art & Antique Dealers In Argentina

Real Estate in Argentina
Real Estate in Argentina
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Cheap Hotels
Palermo Hollywood, Real Estate Investment

Route 40 Argentina Tour
Route 40 Photo Gallery Patagonia & all Argentina
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Chile
Santiago Chile for Art, Design and Antiques
The Big Island of Chiloe Chile and its Churches
Antique German Tractors found in Chile
Photo Travel Information for Patagonia Chiloe Chile
Real Estate for Sale in Chiloe Chile
The Museum of Modern Art in Chiloe Chile
Jose Trivino
Lighthouses in Chile
The Big Island of Chiloe Chile Travel Tips

Uruguay
Art and Antiques in Uruguay
Food and Wine in Uruguay
My travels with Pascal and Michele in Uruguay


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Everthing on Arts and Antiques from Argentina
Travel Guide for Art and Antiques in Argentina
The Buenos Aires Toy Museum, Argentina
Route 40 Argentina
Royal Road Camino Real Cordoba


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Updates from Argentina
Monday, 21 June 2010
José Triviño Hernandez
Topic: Trivino Hernandez

 José Triviño Hernandez

 

Jose Triviño Hernandez, is a man of Arts.

No doubt about it. He’s one of those artists, a one of a kind in this world of the new arts, who’s more interested in painting than defining in a couple of words what he can greatly portray in a handful of brushstrokes. When inquired, he plays around and states: Neo Realism, just to entitle what I do and playing being pretentious. He laughs… He does not buy that idea of art, he’s a true artist, and his art should define itself without any aid of lucubrations. His outstanding work is mainly done in canvass and acrylic. The natural motifs of inspiration that can be traced around his paintings get new meanings thru means of his compositions. Triviño seems to translate nature into a very modern up-to-date image that’s only his, without ever loosing the important connection an artist should have with his work and with the source of his inspiration, which in this case is without a doubt Nature. Having being born in the South of the South, as he himself refers to it, he moved to the country’s capital Santiago de Chile to undertake his superior studies in art. But unlike most students who come from small towns to the big cosmopolitan Santiago, Jose returned to his roots, to his home town of such immense beauty and aesthetic richness to develop in depth his craft, to apply truthfully what he had learnt, and to share with his community and the millions of yearly visitors that fall in love with Chiloe, his art, his view of the world.  Having shown his works in and around the country, as well as abroad, Triviño is a recognized novel artist by his peers in the Arts as well as by his fellow Chilotas, because he manages to capture in his paint strokes some of the magic the Great Island has to offer to anyone who wishes to undergo the one-of-a-kind experience. Atop that, Triviño’s works also embellish world wide private collections taking the magic of Chiloe around the globe.  This young artist still amazes us with his view of the world, so interesting, so powerful, so unique…

The Big Island of Chiloe, Chile the south of South America by Bob Frassinetti.


Posted by bob frassinetti at 3:35 PM
Saturday, 19 June 2010
Art Estados por Marina Rovner + Cynthia Szewach
Topic: Art

 Art Estados por Marina Rovner + Cynthia Szewach

From today and for 30 days, desde hoy y por 30 dis, Art Estados por Marina Rovner + Cynthia Szewach This event is scheduled to start at 17:30 on 19 June 2010 at Costa Rica 4767, Buenos Ares, Argentina.

 

Date:
Saturday, 19 June 2010 and for 30 days
Time:
17:30 - 20:30
Location:
Costa Rica 4767, Buenos Ares, Argentina

 

Me encantaría que puedan venir.
Marina + Cynthia



Posted by bob frassinetti at 1:56 PM
Thursday, 17 June 2010
Buy on line on eBays affiliate here in Argentina
Topic: Auction Mercado Libre
 
 Home           
 
  About Art Dealer, by Bob Frassinetti, a guide to art, antique and collectibles in Buenos Aires and around all Argentina, dealer, curator, and developer as well as a free lance journalist from, working on the web, writing both for pleasure and work on art, antiques and collectibles, as well are neighboring countries, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay. "I've written for several Travel Adventure, Art & Antiques Magazines on and off the web and have researched Toys made here in Argentina, as well as Travel Adventure from Route 40 and Lighthouse Adventures along the Atlantic and Pacific coast, Dakar Rally 2009, 2010 and for a 3erd time, 2011, curator and developor-investor in the Building of a Gallery Museum in the Province of Cordoba, a unique Real Estate Investment here in Argentina. Travelling for Art and Antiques"   and I have been on line since 1996

Living with art and antiques and travelling the south of South America. Argentina, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay

Buenos Aires 2010

Argentina

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Buy on line on eBays affiliate here in Argentina and other South America countries, using MercadoLibre.  

Bob Frassinetti Arts and Antiques Team Procedure & Fees

Welcome! We buy items on MercadoLibre in all South America auction sites/online shops on your order. All you have to do is to tell us what you want, where it is and we will do all the work for you. Enjoy exploring for rare items in South America!

Procedure:
Please send us an email with the website link of the item (either on auction sites or on regular online shops) and the maximum price you are willing to pay for the item. We will try to get the item for you. If we get the item successfully, we will ask you to pay for the fees (commission, and cost of the item). As soon as we confirm your payment, we will contact the seller. We'll let you know the cost of the shipment (international either local mail, to Fed Express UPS or even direct Air Freight or Cargo) an aprox before purchasing the item. Pay for the shipment. And the item is on the way!

Fees:
Commission: go from as low as 5% to a 10%, 20, 30% of the item price and up, all depends what?s its cost, it?s not the same work to buy you a trading card to buying you an Old Steam Engine or a Vintage Car or Motorcycle or even  a condominium in Buenos Aires, Punta del Este or Villa de Tulumba?.

The actual cost: the item, plus domestic shipment (by whatever means available and recommended), and plus then international shipment (converted into US dollar or the Euro, using our specified exchange rate). More Information email us, Bob Frassinetti and the Buenos Aires Art and Antique Team.

Contact me for more infromation, Bob Frassinetti.
 

Posted by bob frassinetti at 5:51 PM
Updated: Saturday, 19 June 2010 2:18 PM
Thursday, 3 June 2010
Import regulations by Argentina customs
Topic: Rules & Regulations ar

Import regulations by Argentina customs


Imports:


The following goods may be imported into Argentina without incurring customs duty:
(a) Travellers over 18 years of age coming from Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay or Uruguay, or residents returning to Argentina after less than one years stay in these countries, may import the following goods to a value of US$100:
200 cigarettes and 25 cigars; 1l of alcohol; 2kg of foodstuffs.
(b) Travellers over 18 years of age coming from countries other than those listed above, or residents returning to Argentina after less than one year?s stay in countries other than those above, may import the following goods to a value of US$300:
400 cigarettes and 50 cigars; 2l of alcohol; 5kg of foodstuffs.




Pets
The following documents must be presented for the importation of pets:
-Air Waybill/Original Bill of Lading
-Veterinary Certificate attesting to the animal's good health and issued by the -Argentine consulate of the owner's country of origin.

Firearms and Weapons
-The shipper musts obtain a government permit to import firearms. The guns will be held in a customs bonded warehouse until the permit is ready (usually 3-6 months).
-Declaration is required prior to customs inspection and proof of ownership is required for customs clearance. Owner's presence is required for clearance.

Export regulations by Argentina customs


Prohibited Items
Exports:
-Heavy weapons, ammunition and explosives
[Firearms need special permit (Renar-Registro Nacional de Armas) from the
local authorities.]
-Drugs and narcotics
-Pornographic material
-New computers
-Color TVs and new TVs


Customs authorities may enforce strict regulations concerning temporary
importation into or export of items such as firearms, religious materials, antiquities, medications, business equipment and other items . It is advisable to contact the Embassy of your destination country in Washington or one of that countrys consulates in the United States for specific information regarding customs requirements.

Other Argentina customs information



Following WHO guidelines issued in 1973, a cholera vaccination certificate is not a condition of entry to Argentina. However, precautions are advised. Up-to-date advice should be sought before deciding whether these precautions should include vaccination as medical opinion is divided over its effectiveness; see the Health appendix for more information.

Typhoid fever is not common but a risk exists.

Malaria risk, exclusively in the benign vivax form is low and exists in pockets in the provinces of Salta, Jujuy, Misiones and Corrientes. Protection in the form of chloroquine chemoprophylaxis administered weekly is advised, plus general mosquito bite protection.

Food drink: Tap water is considered safe to drink. Drinking water outside main cities and towns may be contaminated and sterilisation is advisable. Pasteurised milk and dairy products are safe for consumption. Avoid unpasteurised milk as brucellosis occurs. Local meat, poultry, seafood, fruit and vegetables are generally considered safe to eat.

Other risks: Hepatitis A and intestinal parasitosis are widespread. Both cutaneous and mucocutaneous leishmaniasis occur. There is some risk of dengue fever and anthrax. Asthma, sinus and bronchial problems may be aggravated by the polluted atmosphere of the major cities.
Rabies is present. For those at high risk, vaccination before arrival should be considered. If bitten, seek medical advice without delay. For more information, consult the Health appendix.

Health care: Medical insurance is recommended as there are no reciprocal health agreements. Medical facilities are generally of a high standard, though of varying quality outside Buenos Aires. Immediate cash payment is often expected by doctors.

In many countries around the world, counterfeit and pirated goods are widely available. Transactions involving such products are illegal and bringing them back to the United States may result in forfeitures and/or fines. A current list of those countries with serious problems in this regard can be found here. U.S. Customs and Border Protection may impose corresponding import restrictions in accordance with the Convention on Cultural Property Implementation Act

 

For more information: Email: Bob Frassinetti. Press here to go back to web blog:Daily Updates on Art, Antiques, Collectibles as well as travel information for Buenos Aires, Argentina. Phone me thru Skype, ID: Bob Frassinetti

 

Bob Frassinetti, art and antique dealer, curator, and developer as well as  free lance journalist from Argentina, Buenos Aires, working on the web, writing both for pleasure and work on art, antiques and collectibles, in and on Buenos Aires, Argentina as well are neighboring countries, Chile and Uruguay. "I've written for several Travel Adventure, Art & Antiques Magazines on and off the web and have researched Toys made here in Argentina, as well as Travel Adventure from Route 40 and Lighthouse Adventures along the Atlantic and Pacific coast, Dakar Rally 2009, 2010 and for a 3erd time, 2011, curator and investor in the “Building a Gallery Museum in the Province of Cordoba” a unique Real Estate Investment here in Argentina. Travelling for Art and Antiques"   and I have been on line since 1996

Living with art and antiques and travelling the south of South America. Argentina, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay

Buenos Aires 2010

Argentina

 


Posted by bob frassinetti at 11:31 PM
Thursday, 3 June 2010
L'impegno di Flavia Liz come Personal Guide
Topic: Sao Paulo, Brazil

San Paolo ai vostri piedi


La Unique in SP offre un servizio di turismo esperenziale di alto livello socio-culturale a chi desidera vivere un momento fuori del comune per conoscere San Paolo, la città più grande dell’Emisfero Sud. All’avanguardia nella moda, nel design, arte contemporanea, arte di strada e architettura, San Paolo è anche la capitale mondiale dei contrasti.

Qui è possibile passeggiare per un parco di foresta di Mata Atlântica in pieno centro finanziario, trovarsi di fronte simultaneamente, nel vecchio centro, all’antica architettura di un monastero benedettino e a tele d’arte contemporanea, vivere l’impatto visivo di un edificio con piscina ad ogni piano, a fianco della seconda favela più grande della capitale, scegliere tra fare shopping nel centro commerciale maggiore e più esclusivo del mondo, o nelle botteghe popolari della Rua 25 de Março, oltre a poter visitare tre comunità indigene di etnia tupì guaranì.

Flavia Liz Di Paolo è la Personal Guide innamorata di San Paolo che ha le chiavi del vero turismo di lusso, quello che apre le porte su retroscena, persone e concetti e che ti porta in luoghi a cui pochissimi hanno accesso. Presenta le molteplici facce della città assortendo con maestria elementi di raffinatezza, cultura, piacere e potere economico, il tutto nel corso di itinerari indimenticabili, personalizzati e flessibili, progettati secondo il profilo di ciascun cliente.

Vedi come funziona

 

Come funziona


L'impegno di Flavia Liz come Personal Guide inizia al primo contatto con il visitatore, con il rendersi conto dei suoi interessi ed obiettivi. Abituata a occuparsi di viaggiatori esigenti, si mantiene sempre aggiornata sulle novità della città e presenta le molteplici facce di San Paolo assortendo con maestria elementi di raffinatezza, cultura, piacere e potere economico.

I tour si adeguano a tempi, obiettivi e interessi di ciascuno dei suoi clienti. Gli itinerari vengono preparati per visitatori stranieri e brasiliani, redatti in portoghese, inglese, spagnolo, italiano, tedesco e francese e sono di durata variabile, da un minimo di quattro ore durante la settimana a tre ore nei fine settimana e festivi, quando c'è meno traffico. All’ora e giorno prestabiliti, il cliente viene raccolto e riportato all'indirizzo voluto, con servizio porta a porta. I tour sono informali, realizzati per lo più con la stessa automobile di Flavia Liz, una berlina a 4 porte, dotata di aria condizionata e vetri elettrici, guidata personalmente da lei – un'ottima autista. Si ha la sensazione di godersi una passeggiata in compagnia di un'amica, che fa vedere la città dove vive e ne rivela i luoghi esclusivi, le storie più interessanti e tutto ciò che vi è di più incredibile da conoscere.

Oltre a trasmettere il suo amore per San Paolo, Flavia Liz offre agli illustri visitatori e ai turisti che riceve, un'esperienza che lascia i più bei ricordi della città e la certezza di aver “assaggiato” qualcosa di veramente speciale.

Sfoglia il menu dei tour

Guarda le impressioni dei clienti


Posted by bob frassinetti at 5:15 PM
Updated: Saturday, 19 June 2010 2:12 PM

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