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Submitted by: Susie
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Was given this vintage jewelry from a former patient who passed away. She was 95 years old when she passed so a lot of the stuff is very old. I can't say too much more. would appreciate some assistance on identifying a few of these pieces please

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Figurine Toothpick Holder

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I have a 2 1/4" figurine tooth pickholder - the figure is in a uniform of sorts of red coat, blue knickers - hat-scarf, white shirt & socks and black shoes with arms bent and holding the waist of the coat open. The cap on his head is round and flat on the top. The figure is standing in front of a white cylinder ceramic container which is 1 1/4" wide at the top and tappered down at the base, all standing on a small white ceramic base. I believe it is stamped Occupied Japan on the bottom but it is very hard to see for sure. There also appears to have been a gold ring on the outside around the top of the cylinder.

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Unique sized curio

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brown wood two shelf curio cabinet with three glass panels on the outside. Red cloth inside with pattern. The door has a lock and key.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Do you a have a photo of your curio cabinet?  It will help the appraisal process, otherwise it will be a very large price range since there is no information other than your small description of it.





"The Sicilian Asphalt & Paving Co of New York" Brass S Emblem.

Submitted by: Brian
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In the early 1900's there was The Sicilian & Asphalt Paving Co. Of New York and that's where this S came from. There was this story of the owner and how he took the S's of his trucks and gave them to very few People. I don't think this is the S of the trucks but I believe it's off a building.

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cup & sugar bowl with spoon

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Condition: Excellent. No chips Material: porcelain, or china. Distinguishing marks: has C Dingus, & the number 76 below that, on bottom of both pieces. Also has C Dingus (signature) very tiny, located within band of fruit, near grapes. Period: unknown. inherited when grandmother passed away, with other pieces she collected. Dimensions: typical cup, & sugar bowl size.

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Rose bowl

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Inherited from grandmother when she passed away, along with other pieces she collected. Appears to be the size of a cereal bowl. No visable seam, or markings. Has a beautiful flower design around bowl, & same flower on bottom. Scalloped edge, resembling flower.

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Barbie

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1963 skipper on original swimsuit. Missing headband. Excellent condition

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Estimated Value submitted by Angel

Mattel Skipper dolls from the 1960s sell in the $45-75 dollar price range based on condition and variations.  Here's a good page to figure out which variation you own:

http://dollreference.com/skipper_doll1.html

With the brass headband missing and I'm assuming shoes too.  I believe your 1964 Mattel Skipper doll is worth around $35-40 dollars.








barbie

Submitted by: Kelly
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1958 midge Barbie excellent condition

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Estimated Value submitted by Edith

Your 1958 Midge Barbie is worth around $50-60 dollars.





Porcelain doll

Submitted by: Kayla
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oh 14814 pa 2082 doll is is great condition. Nice blond curly hair, blue eyes has on a green and tan dress with fruits painted on. Stocking with cream colored shoes. And a basket on her arm.

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Vintage Italian Capodimonte Porcelain Vase/Pitcher

Submitted by: Renee
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Vintage Italian Capodimonte Porcelain Vase/Pitcher with letter N with crown above letter N. Cream base color with brown highlights and one mauve pink rose and green leaves on each side.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Your Capodimonte pitcher is worth around $25-35 dollars.  Here are a few examples of similar pieces selling in that price range in the past:

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-1193974/capodimonte-large-pitcher-ewer-vase-dbl-pink-roses-italy-vintage-11-high.html

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-696589/capo-di-monte-water-pitcher-vase-beautiful-bright-colors--no-reserve.html

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-62248/capo-di-monte-original-italian-porcelain-pitcher.html






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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Renee,

Your antique chest of drawers from the Forest Furniture Manufacturing Co is worth around $700-800 dollars.

It's a great piece, thanks for sharing.






Porcelain teapot, sugar bowl, & creamer set

Submitted by: rosanne
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Finish is a aqua & white pearl swirl. Set is complete & in excellent condition. Was given to my fathers mother (my grandmother) on her wedding day 07/02/1928 from her sister. Bottom has 'Germany', & the number '49' on them along with the mark shown in photo, although not visable on mark photo.

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Estimated Value submitted by Paul

Hi Rosanne,

Your 1920's porcelain tea set from Germany is worth between $30-50 dollars.







vintage lamp

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I have an European style lamp with no makers mark or obvious description

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Yale Combination Lock

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I have a Yale Combination Lock. I think it is from the 1940's. Need to see if it's worth anything. Thanks

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Keith,

Your Yale combination padlock from the 1940s is fairly common.  Its value is in the $10-20 dollar price range.

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/index.php?main_page=documents&content=search&s=yale+combination&c=Antique+Padlocks&Search=Submit






Vulcana auto-code push button lock

Submitted by: Dori
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2 push locks with instructions, supplemental instructions and box. 1962 on instruction flyer.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Dori,

Your vulcana push button antique padlock is worth around $75-100 dollars:

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-859803/vintage-vulcana-push-lock-padlock.html

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/index.php?main_page=documents&content=search&s=vulcana&c=&Search=Submit

Cool padlock.  Thanks for sharing.






Submitted by: April
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Seth Thomas Co. Grandfather Clock Model: 4520 Cutting: 8701 Movement: A415-013 Finish: 128 Handcrafted in New England Measures 21" wide x 80" tall x 19" deep. w/ owner's manual and key plus 1978 full page newspaper advertisement by Huffman Koos

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi April,

To the right collector your Seth Thomas grandfather clock is worth around $500-1000 dollars, but it might be difficult to sell in that price range.  I think a more realistic price would be around $350-400 dollars, since there is only a limited number of buyers of grandfather clocks.






Submitted by: Virginia
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My piano is a Kimmel circa 1920.It is an upright grand. I was our family piano played by my mother, father and us children. I am 74 years now and need to downsize. The color is black and do not know the type wood. It has some keys that need refurbishing as they don't play anymore. The sound from the piano is still in wonderful condition. Can you please tell me is it worth restoring. Thank you, Virginia Abernathy

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Kimmel upright grand piano

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Virginia,

Antique pianos sell in a huge price range $50-5000 or more.  Without knowing condition, year, make or other facts, its pretty much impossible to give an accurate appraisal.  Here a great page on information about the Kimball piano company:

http://www.bluebookofpianos.com/kimball.htm






gothic looking floor lamp

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floor lamp 6'4" 75lbs

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Remington umc 2 blade pocketknife

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Smooth bone stag handle 2 blade on both blades circle with remington then umc under made in USA around circle. I don't see any numbers on back side of blades Has a shield on handle kinda looks like a acorn shield but no tip on top of it.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi John,

Your Remmington 2-blade pocket knife is worth between $40-75 dollars.  From the photo, it appears your knife is pretty heavily worn, so it might be on the lower end of the scale.

Here are a few examples of past sales:

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-52545/remington-knife--2-blade-folder--bone--antique.html

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-50645/antique-remington-r3053-bone-stockman-jack-knife-knives.html

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-46041/remington-r1823-knife--2-blade-folder--bone--antique.html

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-28850/remington-2-blade-knife--great-green-bone--antique.html







Metal (possibly silver) creamer

Submitted by: Steven
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Hello, I found a nice little creamer , that is in stein style, and bears two swords as a mark, there is a mark on the underside of the lid as well that appears to be the same mark, then on two places on the handle is marked 55. I appreciate any help Steven

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kewpie doll numbered KW275

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Gina,

Your kewpie doll numbered KW275 is worth around $15-30 dollars in good condition.  Condition is very important in collecting and any damage would greatly decrease the value of your doll.






Hand gold paint beautiful cobalt blue antique vase

Submitted by: Orlando
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Hand gold paint beautiful cobalt blue antique vase, 2 pieces, separate base and bowl. It is in perfect conditions with no scratches or paint deterioration, the only fault is that one of the teardrops is missing the top small crystal as seen on the left teardrop. The top bowl of the vase is I.D. with a fingerprint. When bought 20 years ago I was told that is dated end of 18th century.

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Estimated Value submitted by Travis

Wow, that's a beautiful portrait vase!  

Your antique victorian-era bohemian portrait vase is estimated to be worth around $300-400 dollars.

It's pretty rare, but here is a similar portrait vase from that era:

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-1193622/antique-bohemian-moser-style-green-portrait-vase-drilled-for-lamp.html

Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Orlando,

I think my first estimate might have been a little low.  It's not a vase, but a bohemian portrait compote. 

http://caseantiques.com/item/lot-57-bohemian-glass-portrait-compote/

http://www.liveauctioneers.com/item/11542847_bohemian-cut-overlay-portrait-glass-compote

In excellent condition, they sell in the range of $600-1200 dollars.  I can't tell from your photos on the condition of your antique.






Montgomery ward 1885 daily bread dish

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Your bread plate is just like the one on Little House on the Prairie and is indeed from 1885 as shown in the Montgomery wards catalog:

http://beyondlittlehouse.com/2009/04/23/the-mystery-of-the-oval-glass-bread-plate/

So, both collectors of bread plates and little house of the prairie collectors would be interested in buying it.  Bread plates from this era are fairly common and sell in the range of $30-100 dollars.  However, since yours is the same one as the little house of the prairie, I think it might be work a little bit more in the $100-150 dollar range.






Windsor Chair

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Windsor Chair. We bought this down in California when passing through. It has a mark Underneath that is a crown with a T under it. It is in beautiful condition.

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porcelain ashley belle doll

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She is in excellent condition dress was hand made she has a symbol on her neck a stand that came with it

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Dr Pepper soda fountain

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Dr Pepper two spout fountain drink machine.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Darla,

Your Dr. Pepper soda fountain machine is pretty rare and obviously needs restoration.  I'm guessing, but I think in this condition its worth around $300-600 dollars.  Fully restored, it would probably sell in the $2000-3000 dollar range.  I believe its from the 1930's time frame.







Coca Cola Golf Clubs and Bag

Submitted by: Chris
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I have A set of Celebrity Coca Cola Custom VIP Series 3-P. I not sure of the age. Ive had them since around 2003 so Im guessing 80s or 90s. They are in good condition, I've never hit with them and Im not sure if the owner before me did either, just normal ware. I also have a Coca Cola golf bag. Its looks to be Older than the clubs but again I'm not sure of the age. The bag is a cart bag and it says enjoy coca cola on both sides. Its in good shape too. It has no cuts on tears and all the zippers still work. Please Find out the value and possibly the age of theses items. Thanks.

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Estimated Value submitted by Andy

I've seen Coca Cola golf bags sell in the $30-100 dollar range:

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/index.php?main_page=documents&content=search&s=golf+bag&c=Coca+Cola+Collectibles&Search=Submit

and as high as $500 dollars.

The golf clubs are probably worth around $150-200 dollars.  

It would be all about finding the right buyer, but a diehard coca cola collector might be willing to purchase your clubs and bag for around $300-350 dollars. 

Take this appraisal with a grain of salt.






Jade lamp

Submitted by: Isabel
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This is a green jade lamp, with ornate metal and rose wood around base. The jade itself measures 6" high by 5" wide. The lamp cord is not there. But I am more interested in finding out what the jade itself may be worth. Thank YOu

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Isabel,

Your antique jade lamp is worth around $300-500 dollars.

Beautiful piece, thanks for sharing.






Botke painting

Submitted by: Isabel
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This is a painting that sat in basement for a long time, has minimal damage, but need to know wether it is original or print. Took as many detailed photo's that the lighting permitted.

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1903 (Taylor) painting

Submitted by: Isabel
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This is a painting I purchased at a flea market, and just fell in love with it, I really don't know anything about it, and I hope I have the signature right, but it is so dark I cannot see it properly. The subject matter is a well to do family in their living room, the period looks to be early 1900's or earlier. Thank You

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Big Horn Sheep on Sand Stone

Submitted by: joshua
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Thank you I bought the artwork at a yard sale aapprox 25 yrs ago and don't really know anything about it please assist with any info regarding the Artist or Value. Thank you very much

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looking out torso umber 1603

Submitted by: Ron
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Model number 1603, art department, Selb Kunstabteilung factory, designed by Kaesbach in 1936 Looking out torso name of statue

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Estimated Value submitted by David

Your Rosenthal Looking Out Torso figurine appears to be worth around $280-350 dollars.  Here's one that sold by auction in that price range:

http://www.auktion-bergmann.de/ufItemInfo.aspx?i_id=71684&cui=EN






Black Americana Figurines

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I have two identicle Black Americana figurines of a child sitting on a bale of cotton eating watermelon. I've done hours of research and found very little and nothing exactly like these. My grandma traced over the carved writing on the bottom with ink. I can't make out everything but the part I can read says, Army, New Orleans. Oct 1957. I would love any information regarding history and value of this pair. Thanks -Star

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Estimated Value submitted by Andy

Hi Star,

I  don't support their purpose, but the stereotype of blacks eating watermelon was probably created during the antebellum era to degrade black people:

http://www.authentichistory.com/diversity/african/3-coon/5-chickwatermelon/

Your black figuries are worth around $50-100 dollars.






Bed room suit

Submitted by: Jeannia
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Not sure of the Maker or Style maybe Queen Ann. It is over a hundred years old, I was told. It is a four poster bedroom suit. Dresser with mirror, Chest of drawers, Tall four poster bed and night stand. The only markings I can find on it that may help identify it are these numbers. 6339, 6334, 6380. There were no markings on the bed.

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Desk and Chair

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I have an antique writing desk don't know origin or year also have,a piano chair, claw foot with marble in claw. don't know year or origin.

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Submitted by: joshua
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It is a lady bug pitcher from bavaria stamped everything is authentic and original.

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bavaria lady bug pitcher

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bavaria lady bug pitcher from bavaria

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Moorcroft Vases

Submitted by: Paula
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Moorcroft Vase, Pansy Pattern 6.5"L Circa 1928 Moorcroft Vase, Leaf and Grape Pattern 5.5" 1928-1935 Mint condition

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Teddy bears

Submitted by: Denise
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These were found at an estate sale. I know nothing of old bears but thought they were really cute. I was told they were from the 40's but have no way to really know that. There are no tags on any of the bears.

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Teddy bears

Submitted by: Denise
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These were found at an estate sale. I know nothing of old bears but thought they were really cute. I was told they were from the 40's but have no way to really know that. There are no tags on any of the bears.

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Highly Ornate Carved Wood Antique Throne Chairs

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I bought these two chairs at an antique shop about 10 years ago. I believe that they were re-upholstered before they went on sale. I was told that they were from England but, I don't know much more. The wood is in great condition. The upholstery job needs to be re-vamped. It looks like the feet have lions paws and the upper front part of the wood chair has a bird head on either side of the carvings I saw something on ebay a few days ago from an antique store in Arkansas that had re-upholstered a bunch of throne chairs and there were similar carvings. They were being offered at a price of $1300 each. I would really appreciate a knowledgeable estimate of their worth.

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1920 Stutz Pumper Fire Truck

Submitted by: Kristin
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I inhierited a 1920 stutz pumper fire truck. it is in good condition.I have done some research, but very little information. There was one (same year) on ebay listed for $39,000 from a museum in St. Louis. It did not have wood spoke wheels (mine does) or a stutz motor(mine does).The motor was a wisconsin. I read somewhere that there were only six of these units made in 1920, as this was the first year for Harry Stutz Fire Engine Co. I have many photos.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Kristin,

I don't want to burst your bubble, but I would say your 1920 Stutz Pumper fire truck is worth around the $15,000 - $25,000 dollar range, but obviously you think its worth quite a bit more. 

http://www.antiquecar.com/category/For-Sale/Fire-Engines.html

Something like this would definitely be all about finding the right buyer.  I'm sure they're out there, but not many people have the room to collect fire trucks.  A museum would be interested, but they usually want donations and almost never pay top dollar.

Good luck selling your fire truck and it probably is worth double the above range to the right buyer.






Fairykins by Marx

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1962 Fairykins fairytalen book

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Estimated Value submitted by Reggie

Your 1962 Fairykins book in good condition is around $50-75 dollars.  It appears by the photo that your book is a little rough, so the price might be a little lower.





1914 Singer Sewing Machine -Redeye

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1914 Singer Redeye sewing machine

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Antique salt cellars, spoons and pepper shakers

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I found these in an old barn. The spoons say sterling with a " w" on them i cannot read anything else on the silver ones. the porcelain ones have nothing marked on them. The sterling is a set of 6 bowls, spoons and shakers. The porcelain is a set if 5 bowls and 6 shakers

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Sterling, porcelain salt cellars

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I found these in an old building. The spoons say sterling with a " w" on them. The other silver pieces do not appear to have any markings but they are also dirty and dark. The porcelain ones do not have any markings.

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lock

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I believe this to be an old railroad lantern lock

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