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Medieval Bronze or Spelter Knight very detailed

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I bought this guy at an estate sale a year or two ago for just a few bucks. He's heavy and has exceptional detail. The beastly face on his shield makes me wonder if he is supposed to be a particular knight maybe from history or folklore. I had someone tell me it was probably from the late 1800s or early 1900s but I don't know much more than that. Thanks in advance!

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Large Elephant w/baby Carved Wood Music Box 1945 Switzerland

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Measures 12" tall, 8" wide, heavy dark wood, has working music box underneath compartment. Elephant appears to be carrying a tree trunk and a baby elephant is attached to the back of it. Working mechanism inside basket suggest a piece missing that moves/spins or goes up/down in basket when music plays its waltz. Paper label is attached to bottom but too old to read. Only thing I made out was the number 2 and AIR. The rest is handwritten in script. Elephant is missing a tusk and baby elephant has a hole in its belly like another piece may be missing inside it. Carved 1945 in front of elephant and the words "To my brother John from Louis in Zurich Switzerland" It's really so beautiful to me but I need to know more about it because the elephant makes no sense to me to have a baby hanging off the basket like that and playing a waltz. :) Thank you for your time!

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P.G. TIELE Oil Painting?

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Signed, looks like a real oil to me but I am no expert on antiques or Tiele. Back looks like the canvas was changed and moved into this newer looking frame. Measures: 24 x 20 Thank you so much for your time and expertise.

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18 or 19th century cake topper?

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I'm trying to figure out the maker and time period of this porcelain piece. It has no marks that I can make out but seems to be in German or occupied Japan style. Looks like a cake topper with a couple in colonial dress. The alter seems to have lions on it. Any ideas?

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I have a set of Noritake N 1468, in very good condition. There are a few plates with a few chips but the rest of the set is perfect. There are 12 dinner plates, 12 coffee saucers, 10 salad plates, 12 dessert plates, 12 small shallow bowels, 1 large serving dish with a lid, 1 sugar bowl with a lid and 1 oval platter. this pattern was sold from 1921 thru 1933, then discontented. I need to know how much to sell it for

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Antique Oak Furniture | Antique Gothic Furniture | Antique Renaissance Furniture

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At Antique Oak Furniture you will find one of the most stunning collections of antiques. Right from the Antique Medieval artifacts, Gothic Furniture, Antique renaissance furniture to a variety of antique oak furniture items such as antique oak coffers, antique oak cupboards, antique oak dressers and antique oak mule chests, just to name a few.

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Huge Laboratory Pyrex Container 18" Tall 12" Diameter

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Huge Laboratory Pyrex Container 18" Tall 12" Diameter. The glass is a quarter inch thick item very heavy. Was told could be from 1920s or older. The picture is of the item upside down and looks to be a globe but its not a globe because the word pyrex is also upside down also. So would be maybe a beaker or something else. Looks to have come from an old Frankenstein Castle. Can hold 1 to 2 heads easily. Would like to know age,,what it was used for and value of said item. Thank You.

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Antique side chair

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Really don't know anything about it. My grandmother left it to me

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Stainless steel tea kettle

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18-8 Stainless steel Korea - markings on buttom

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dual holder nickel and key lawrence welks

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In original box

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very rare naval officer sword

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Price for this even have the sleeve that goes with it

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soldiers doll

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I would like to find all I can about this doll thanks if you can give me information about it

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Just like to know what type of dolls these are and what value they are and information about them

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Old ceramic tile oven

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Old antique oven with ceramic tile all around purchased in the 1970's. All metal extremely heavy. In good condition except top is rusted a bit and needs refinishing, otherwise rest is in very good condition. Please let me know what the current value of this oven is.

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All copper tray

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weighted tray measures 20"H x 26.5"L From my mothers home in the 70's. Tray is older than that as my mother collected antiques. Usable condition. please advise approximate value. Thank you.

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1950 coca cola ice chest

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1950 ice chest coca cola. Patent no D-152580 lid included one minor dent on side.

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Osborne Ivorex Little Nell Statue

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I know this is an older ivorex piece and that it is very rare, but I have no idea what it might be worth. Her hat is chipped some also small chips to her hand basket and the background. But overall still a very charming piece. Thanks in advance!

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Lewis,

Your Little Nell and Grandfather figures are estimated between $150 to $200 for the set. The grandfather figurine is estimated between $80 to $100 and the Little Nell figurine between $60 to $90.

The chips on the figurines will affect the selling price just not sure how much.

Hope this helps,






Candlesticks

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We believe these candlesticks were given out as free gifts for buying gas or groceries in the 1950's. They are 5-1/4" high and 6" wide at the top. I can not find any name or marking at all on them.

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Beads

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These wooden dark red beads are in a linear format, with uneven ends, two short strands of beads at one end and three short strands of beads at the other end. It doesn't look like a necklace, so what can it be? The beads came from my mother's childhood home (London, UK), so must be pre-1970, but probably considerably older. All suggestions gratefully received!

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Rosenthal Pattern Unidentified

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From the marking on our set, this seems to be from mid 30's to late 40's.

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Art Nouveau ???

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Brass and glass two light lamp. Looks like original cord and glass. Excellent condition. Was unsure if it was Art Nouveau? Egyptian Goddess figural in center, I would appreciate any information regarding its value.

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Hobo knife

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I have a very old 68Sauvagnat s.g.d.g. hobo pocket knife. I have not found one to compare it too. I think its from the mid 1800's. It has a good patina, has some signs of ware. Its opens smoothly and is not missing any parts. The casing is not cracked or chipped. The fittings are tight. It is an item I would like to sell. Thanks for your help

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blue flow gravy boat

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blue flow gravy boat with some gold decoration. one is a gold heart. darker blue floral pattern at top of boat. bottom is marked Cambridge with a fancy crown underneath it.underneath crown is banner with Alfred something with England underneath that, followed by a curved group of words that I can't read. in the bottom front 8 12 is inscribed in the porcelain while the number 94 is painted in gold on the bottom. top is in a wave pattern molded in the porcelain.

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Glass and silver jar with cork

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bucks century wood stove mild condition, all partss

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bucks century wood stove mild condition, all partss

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VINTAGE ROYAL BAYREUTH WITH NAKED FAIRY CREAMER

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Reggakneca, 

Your Vintage Royal Bayreuth With Naked Fairy Creamer is estimated between $130 to $160.

Below are a few examples:

<a href=http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-84164/vintage-royal-bayreuth-creamer-with-naked-fairy-design.html>http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-84164/vintage-royal-bayreuth-creamer-with-naked-fairy-design.html</a>


<a href=http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-127306/royal-bayreuth-topless-fairy-nymph-art-nouveau-pitcher.html>http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-127306/royal-bayreuth-topless-fairy-nymph-art-nouveau-pitcher.html</a>

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Vintage Royal Bayreuth creamer with naked fairy 1794

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It in very good condition my friend gave it to me a few weeks back and I'm thrilled

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Bohemia glass decanter set

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It has a iridescent color and is in new condition. Was stored in an attic wrapped up in tissue since it was given to my parents for their wedding gift many years ago.Still has all original stickers.

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Bohemia glass decanter set

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There is a mark ( looks like tt )on top of the decanter lip as shown in picture . It is slight iridescent and is like new.

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Stoneware Double Handled Pottery Vase

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I found this stoneware vase and am stumped as to who made it. I am forever finding items with no makers Mark. I know I've seen it before also, in the past. It is rather large standing 12 inches high and about 7 inches wide. There is a checkered border with floral design. The designs are hand carved or etched into the surface. Please help!

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Please help identify this vanity!

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It has Ball and claw feet, very heavy. There are lift up panels on the top that have etched out shallow holes I'm assuming for jewelry storage. The cabinets on each side open and are deep with almost hidden shelves in the top one towards the front of the cabinets. There are wings carved in over the feet.

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DRESSING TABLE by Brough Bros Cabinet Makers Liverpool

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We picked this item up at a storage unit auction and knew it was special when we discovered each drawer was specifically marked to coincide with marks on the interior of the drawer slots. We found the maker badge on the interior of one of the drawers and it read - 'Brough Bros Cabinet Makers & Upholsterers London Rd - Liverpool Telephone No 2034 Royal'. In our search on the internet we didn't find anything currently being sold and the only mention of Brough Bros was a chair found on worthpoint.com which sold several years back for approx. $120us. The dressing table measures 42 1/2" wide x 19" deep x 60" tall and is inlaid on all drawer face edges as well as all top surface edges. The hardware appears to be all original and is only missing a small cap on the finial to the left of the mirror. Any information you can provide would be very helpful! Thank you- Georgia-Owner Pennywise Thrift Shop Westminster, CO 80030

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Display cabinet 1870 s era

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Hello. I have just inherited a china cabinet/ display cabinet from my late mother.. Her grandmother travelled from Guernsey in 1874 to New Zealand on the Edwin Fox ship, with her parents. They bought the China cabinet with them. I'm trying to find some information about it. The glass is intact, has some leadlighting on it, and has the original key with it ,. Has one opening door, three glass panels across the front and glass panels on the sides and has 6 legs. Is in good condition. I don't know anything about antiques. May some one could give me some info.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Maureen,

I estimate your antique china cabinet from the 1870's is worth around $2000-2500 dollars.  With such a expensive antique, I would suggest having a antique store owner come look at it and give you 2nd opinion.  He/she might also help you sell it by putting it on consignment.  






60# solid bronze or brass boat anchor

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Folding Anchor weights about 60#. Anchor is either solid brass or bronze. Anyone know the history of these anchor's? How old is it? And most important how much is it worth? Someone please help i can't find any information on the web and have no idea at the value or history of this anchor. Total lenght of anchor is 3'4" with of bottom of anchor is 2'4". Thanks jay...

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Jay,

I believe your antique 60lb folding boat anchor is worth between $200-500 dollars.  I know that's a large range, but I'm not familiar enough with antique boat anchors to narrow it down more.  However, there is definitely a market for these anchors and command premium prices.  Here's a similar one currently for sale for $325 dollars:

http://www.unclehenrys.com/classified/4469312

Here's a page with a number of antique boat anchors for sale:

http://sailorman.com/categories/consignment-listings/anchors/

Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Jay,

Most of the large cast iron anchors bring between $150 to $200. If yours is solid brass or bronze you could get as high as $750, both of these metals contain copper. You might consider polishing it some and verify if it is brass.

Hope this helps,






My Grandfather's desk lamp

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This little lamp belonged to my Grandfather who passed away in April 1952. I was told that it sat on his desk for many years. I haven't been able to identify its' maker or value (if any). There are no chips or cracks. It has a very old electrical cord that I believe is the original. The last time I plugged it in, it worked. The base is made of some sort of metal and is heavy. Any help or thoughts are appreciated. Thank you!

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

I estimate that your grandfather's lamp is worth around $20-40 dollars.  It sounds like the base is made of cast iron and appears to be painted.  Here's a similar lamp that sold for $10 dollars:

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-1995288/antique-vintage-cast-iron-lamp.html






Old silver colored clock with lady sitting on top.

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Metal clock with lady sitting on top and legs off to the right side.. with ansonia name around the clock part itself. it has a patent date of April 23, 1878

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Your cast iron 1878 antique clock has an estimated value of around $250-450 dollars.  Here are two similar clocks that sold in that price range in the past:

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-695571/antique-1878-ingraham-time-strike-muller-cast-metal-grape-harvest-figural-clock.html

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-899762/antique-french-mantel-clock--full-bronze--stamped-japy-1878.html






I need help

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I have a karpen chair, I've seen pictures of similar items but not the exact same one. I've read on different websites about the chairs being worth up to 2,000. And on ebay they are expensive. Any idea of the value on a bulky cloth n wooden chair?

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Estimated Value submitted by Kenny

Hi Tara,

I don't think your antique karpen chair is worth anywhere near $2000 dollars.  I would think the $200-300 dollar range would probably be more appropriate, but that's just my opinion.  Condition is king in the antique world and your chair looks pretty rough and needs reconditioning.  It also appears to be missing a part on the right arm rest at the top.  A carpenter could make the part using the other side as a template and a wood lathe, but I doubt it would be inexpensive part to make. 






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Wm Rogers eagle star 161 silver platter

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Tonya,

Your Wm Rogers eagle star 161 silver platter is estimated between $15 to $45. It looks to be silver plated over copper. The larger the platter the more it will bring. The most common sizes are 12 or 15. I know that on auction sites you will see them asking for more but on average at auction they will sell for $30.

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solid cast iron eagle/finale or topper

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this cast eagle is a true solid casting body height is 12 inchs. and the wing span from tip to tip is 24 inchs. with a flat area with two bolt hole pattern and semi circle grove for its mounting.the weight is somewhere around 8 to 10 lbs.

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Rickey,

Your Solid Cast Iron Eagle Topper or Finale is estimated between $25 to $50. One that had a 11 inch wingspan sold at auction in 2011 for $20. Yours is over twice that. You did not include a photo so I don't know what condition it is in.

Hope this helps,

Thanks,






Italian porcelain courting figurine

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I have found this beauty at an auction and I'm not sure if its a Capodimonte or something else. It is marked Italy on the bottom. It is heavy, not eggshell thin but substantial. There is great detail in it. Can anyone tell me what they think it might be and if it has any value.

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Hi Cynthia,

Your Italian porcelain courting figurine is estimated between $75 to $100. I know of one other figurine just like yours the only difference is it looks like a mirror image meaning the man is on the other side of the woman. It looks like the two would be a pair somewhat like bookends. It sold for $70 in 2011 and was not in perfect condition.

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Swan Vase

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Lori,

Your Swan Vase by McCoy pottery is estimated between $10 to $25. If you can verify this piece is not a reproduction you would defiantly get more. This piece is reproduced by many different companies. The McCoy trademark was applied for from three individuals in different years all three application were either abandoned or canceled. So no one owns the trademark. I do know that the original swan vase was 9 inches tall. Non-authentic pieces are typically smaller than the original due to the fact that reproduction makers use an original piece to form the mold from which the reproductions are made. Most of what I see now are larger than 9 inches. People are always coming up with new ways to reproduce originals.

Hope you have an original.

Thanks,






Embroidered Chinese Silk Jacket and Pant Set with Possible Forbidden Stitch

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Ceramic Figurines

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Figurine of couple playing cello. Tip of woman's finger is missing but otherwise undamaged.

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3 section serving dish

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I inherited some family heirlooms and know absolutely nothing about these pieces! This is a cut glass, small platter, with 3 sections. Dimensions are (exterior) 10 1/8" x 4" x 1 1/4. Interior sections are 3" x 2 1/2" each. Cut designs on the outside, and smooth on the inside. No sticker or stamp showing origin. Items belonged to my grandmother. They were packaged with 1980 newspapers, when she was moved into a nursing home.

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Estimated Value submitted by Andy

Hi Georgia,

Here's the same serving dish for sale for $10 for two of them:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/2-Vtg-Clear-Glass-Relish-10-Serving-Trays-Tidbit-Divided-Sawtooth-Edge-L18-/351619811341

Your cut glass 3 section serving dish is worth around $5-10 dollars.






G. Armani

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White ducks on a wooden base. Plaque says G. Armani and the plaque below says "Best Wishes from HSI". It is signed on the back of one duck and has the blue hallmark. It is in excellent condition. The material used to sculpt is a little rough to the touch, not smooth like porcelain.

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Connie,

Your G. Armani (Guiseppe Armani) is estimated between $20 to $30. I believe the \\\"Best Wishes from HSI\\\" was a plaque that was put there from a company giving it to someone. You did not send a picture so I can't verify that.

Thanks,






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A set of bookends "End of Trail on the back of each one bottom right corner is L Varonson. At the end of the name is a what looks like a circle with a c in it and 1925

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End Of Trails

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I have a set of bookends on the back they have in the lower right hand corner L Varonson , a circle with what looks like a c inside of it and 1925. I don't know what kind of metal they are made of but they have a gold looking coating on them.

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Melvin,

I have not seen a pair of End of the Trail Bookends signed by L Varonson sell at auction. There are many that have sold with no signature average price $20. There was one pair of bronze bookends of Indian on Horse signed by L. Varonson and they sold for $176.25 in 2009. I would estimate your End of the Trail bookends to be between $150 to $200.

Thanks,






Vintage wood and leather office chair

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Wood and leather office chair that looks like it was property of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. If that is what the label means, does that make it more valuable if it is at all? Also as you can see the wear and tear on the seat. Can you give me an approximate selling price I would put on this?

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