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Men's tailcoat (civil war era?)

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Men's tailcoat I only know that it is very old possibly civil war era. Hope you can tell from photo. Missing buttons and other flaws hopefully show in photo

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Antique coke machine made by Westinghouse

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The Ford & Johnson Company Mission style rocking chair

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This rocking chair is sturdy and in good shape. No creaking or wobbling. Some slight separation in seams on the seat. A missing wood hole cover on one side of the back of the chair, wear on the stain and on the bottom rocker pieces. There is a tag under the seat that reads "The Ford & Johnson Company, Michigan City, Indiana. According to Wikipedia "In 1868 the company relocated their factory to Michigan City, Indiana. In 1872 the company moved their headquarters to Chicago where they opened a showroom at 302 Wabash Avenue. They became known as J. S. Ford, Johnson & Company." It seems that since the company changed its name and relocated, this chair should be dated to between 1868 to 1872.

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japanese brown marble statues 65+ years old

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my parents picked these 2 statues up after WWII in Japan (have cloisonne vases with CPO on bottom & acquired same time). The top 1/2 are mirror images & as noted they're marble. they stand 7 5/8" tall and are 2 5/8" on all sides. there are two serpentine dragons on the top half with what looks like a ball? appears that they are 4 toed. on the lower 1/2 there are figures carved one on each face and each is a distinct character. could be just bookends but seems like a lot of work with a hard material for just bookends. they have some aging cracks and chips. at least 65 yrs old & could be much older. there is a lot of fine detail that doesn't show up in the photos, like the dragons are scaled, the areas above and below the figures have engravings w/ the top different from the bottom but relateable, all the tops and bottoms have the same motif. I will greatly appreciate any thought, all I know is that I don't know anything concerning these 2 statues, value, origin (other than asia), what they "are", who knows, maybe sawed off of something else.

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Japanese Ivory Figures, set of 8 acquired after WWII

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These figures, 8 individuals + 2 mystery balls & stands, 2 pagotas & animal were purchased in Japan during the occupation after WWII and by the looks are a set, all of the bases are the same. believe mom may have painted them black. there are no identification markings on any surface, my rudimentary knowledge of Ivory leads me to think it is mammoth (schrager lines visible in the base of the mystery ball stand)certainly not made of bone (no little back pits), the surface is polished. I have not been able to identify any of the figures. the pagota pieces are missing a few miniatures, 2 trees on the larger and 3 figures on the smaller one. the animal a lamb, rat ?? any ideas about value, origin and what if any significance to all of the pieces being a grouped together. thanks much.

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navajo silver and turquoise bracelet

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the stone is about an inch high an 3/4 of an in wide at the base. it was made by navajo indian for my wifes grandma the lived by the bear river and used to be in the fur trade business. This is aroxamatly 70 to 75 years old

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silver ring with turquoise

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this ring was given to my wife from her grandma my wifes grandma got it from her grandma. I don't really know how old this is I am guessing around 200 years old. the turquoise is apox 1/2 inch X 1/2 inch. it is a size 7 1/2

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Hutschenreuther figurine

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White porcelain kneeling nude, approx, 6 inches in height.

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gas stove

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I found this stove in a barn in upstate NY. it was made by the Dixie Foundry Company, Cleveland, TN. I know it pre-dates the 1950's, but i dont have any other information. There is one handle broken, but all the knobs are in tact. It appears to have dual ovens, a warming tray, and a place that might have had a burner or two. I would like to know more about the piece, and an estimated value if possible. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated!

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gree turquoise stone

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green turquoise stone the size of a silver dollar great condition,I don't know how old it is

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Antique Gold Flatware Set Unknown Origin.

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I have a gold colored flatware set, whatever material it is made of it is pure. Details are gold with dark mahogany brown wood on handles with some kind of animal which looks like a bull or something with horns/antlers also has some sort of writing I cannot identify. I have searched the web through and through with not even some sort of similar result. Set includes: 6 forks 6 reg. sized spoons 6 knives 6 wide soup spoons 6 baby sized forks 6 baby sized reg. spoons 6 tiny spoons 2 x-large soup spoons 2 x-large reg. spoons 1 super sized serving fork 1 super sized serving spoon 1 supersized cake server (I think) Please help. Thank You.

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Antique Hutch top or ?

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Jiranek featurerized furniture

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I can not find one of these anywhere can you tell me a little about it. It has a built in ash tray in the front of it. Thank you

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Forged 7" blade folding lock dagger

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Age early 1800's ? Hand cast pinned pommel (brass). Bone or Ivory handle W/diamond checked hand carved pattern beautiful golden patina. The 7.25" blade folded into the handle with spring steel lock. When closed is 4" blade exposed. Has a hand cast brass dime sized paddle when flipped and pressed the blade is released to flip open to full 7.25" length. The blade is only .75" wide by 1/8" thick. This leads me to believe was made for dual purpose hunting and personal protection. Everything on this knife is to me obviously hand made and assembled. There is a small etched dove/swallow/falcon type mark @ base of blade. This is not stamped! Very even and no evidence of displaced metal as with a stamp. Not as deep as well as other stamped blades I've seen.

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Antique Bisque Doll Head

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I have an antique Bisque Doll Head which reads "Made in Germany" on the back of the head. It has an open mouth with teeth. I have kept it for years but have decided to part with it. Could you please tell me what it would be worth.

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Hi Miriam,

This is a Kestner doll head. The Kestner doll company started producing dolls in the 1820s and produced dolls until approximately 1938. The earlier dolls were only marked with a number or size. They didn't mark with a mold mark and Made in Germany until later.

Your antique Bisque Doll Head is worth between $30 and $45. If the eyes were still place it would be worth between $65 and $110.

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It's a New Zealand centennial exhibition 1940 bowl. It looks abit like a dog bowl of today. It's cream coloured with a brown print of a tall building with 3 flags on top of it and two big walk ways running through it with a row of small trees between them. there are lots people walking on both walk ways. There's several other small buildings attached to the tall one and there are several more flags around it. it has a stamp on the back with trade mark ducal crown ware.It's brown as well. then there's a greeny stamp that says made in england.

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Hi Margaret,

Your New Zealand centennial exhibition 1940 plate ( I believe it is a plate even though it looks like a bowl) is worth $10 to $12

Below is one for sale for $9.99

http://www.etsy.com/listing/123184519/new-zealand-centennial-exhibition-1940?

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1936 UNIQUE DUNHILL LIGHTER

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1936 BRASS SILVER PLATED DUNHILL TABLE LIGHTER WITH GNGINE TURNED DECORATION. SIZE B 55 MM X 43MM LIFTARM PETROL DOUBLE WHEEL TABLE LIGHTER, ON THE BOTTOM IT SAY'A MADE IN ENGLAND AND PAT # 390107 AND A SCREW OON THE LIFTARM IT SAY'A DESIGN # 737418. IT IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION. I DON'T KNOW HOW TO USE THEM SO I DON'T KNOW IF IT WORKS

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Hi,

Your 1936 Brass Silver Plated Dunhill Table Lighter is worth $200 to $350 if it is in mint or nearly mint condition.

One sold in 2008 for $192.51 another in 2012 for $339.44.

Their were others in need of repair, cleaning and possibly re-plating that sold in 2011 ranging from $41.06 to $137.80.

All were patent # 390107 and design # 737418

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Unopened Pure Old Rye Whiskey Monogram 1860 Bottle

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PURCHASED: FROM M. E. BELLOWS' SON, AGENT & IMPORTER OF WINES, SPIRITS & CO., 77 BROAD STREET, NEW YORK The bottle is square with beveled edges [see the photos]. It has been in my family since the bottle was purchased in the 1800s. My family lived in New York City. I grew up with a family trunk that is handmade from solid oak planks that contained all of the family heirlooms. Many items from the Civil War and the Spanish American War. This bottle and a spy glass are two of the things I inherited. I have been told many different things about the value of this bottle. Bonhams in New York City is interested in auctioning it. I am concerned about doing so without know more about the value of the bottle. I need to educate myself first before I could consider selling it. Please, can you help me?

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1800s antique chinese armoire

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1800s antique chinese armoire is 67"hx54"wx22"d. Very sturdy has peg construction made i believe of cypress. Has 2 sets of double doors and 4 single doors with wooden slide locks on inside. Has 4 drawers with trees carved in them. The upper doors have paintings of chinese event with women carrying lantern and bowl of flowers. The lower doors have flowers and birds on them. This was purchased in Nashville, TN for 3500.00. Thanks

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Hi Barbara,

You have a very beautiful piece but the estimated value here in the states is between $1500 and $3000. That is the range for very similar antique Chinese armoires.

There is one for sale exactly like yours in Melbourne, Australian asking price is $950.

Please see below:

http://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/camberwell/antiques/chinese-antique-cabinet/1016196868

Antiques are extremely hard to export from China now and in most cases it is illegal. This fact could increase the value.







bull's horns

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old style 1931 accordion

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capital brand, great condition, patented case

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Hi,

Your old style 1931 accordion is worth $40 to $100

Hohner once used different names or badges to sell their accordions and Capital was one of their badges. Turn the accordion over to see if \\\"Made by M. Hohner\\\" is painted on the underside of the treble keyboard.

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Dolls from Dreft in the 60's

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These 4 dolls came in Dreft detergent back in the 60's. the clothes (including underwear on all of them) were crocheted by a friend of mine. Do you know what they are worth?? Thank You Janice

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Man & Women Figurines

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Have alot to post here. All have been in family for a long time.

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Glass Bowl

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This bowl was given to me and it has bubbles in it, which I am told shows its hand blown. Could you tell me more about it, and what it is worth?? Thank You Janice

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figurines

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more to come

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Dixie Vintage stove . Pro pain . Works in good condition . Old . Unknown age. Came from an old trailer . Cold Trail refrigerator Electric, works, in good condition freeze works good. Unknown age came from same trailer . Would like to sell both.

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please help identify

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My husband and I have searched everywhere that we know of to find any information about this lock. Any information would be great! Thanks

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please help identify

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My husband and I have searched everywhere that we know of to find any information about this lock. Any information would be great! Thanks

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Brittany,

You and your husband have an antique gate lock, from the picture yours seems broken (the hasp is missing?).  There are many reproductions, but yours appears authentic.  Its probably from the mid to late 1800s.  They sell in the $50-150 dollar range, but since your lock isn't in the best shape, its probably valued in the lower end of that range.  

Here's a similar gate lock that sold in the past:

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-83913/antique-latch-long-bar-gate-entrance-iron-padlock-wkey.html







gold coca cola bottle

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Yes i have several old bottles but the one i wana find out about today is my ,7 fl oz gold coca cola bottle with red coca cola letters and with trademark R.

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Gregory ,

The Gold Coca Cola bottles are usually a anniversary bottle or a commemorative bottle. The estimated value without seeing a picture of the bottle is between $20 and $40.


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gold coca cola bottle

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Yes i have several old bottles but the one i wana find out about today is my ,7 fl oz gold coca cola bottle with red coca cola letters and with trademark R.

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Clown Head Cookie Jar

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I have a clown head cookie jar that appears to be hand painted. The lid is the hat,it is white with red trim, and has a glaze. The face is barrel shaped and has yellow hair and a green nose. The barrel (face) does not appear to have been glazed. On the bottom is a serial number and the words "Made in Italy." I have looked everywhere and have never seen one even similar to it. I am just curious as to where it came from and how much it might be worth. My mother bought it in a junk store in the 1960's and it was old then. Any clues? It has a crack in the lid that has been glued back together - which I know sucks, but I am not really interested in selling - just knowing what it is and how much it might have been worth.

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Paladin Fine Bone Demitasse

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Purchased this on a weekend antiquing excursion. It grabbed my eye from the jump - just gorgeous. We southerners are known for keeping and passing china down through the ages, this is one of those instances.. The only info I have is that it's turn of the century, as in pre- 1900's. I have searched high and low for this pattern to no avail. HELP...

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Water goblets (11) Sherbert glasses (8) serving pieces

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This glassware was a wedding present for my mother - married in 1940. There are algo six salt cellars in the pink pattern. All stemware has twisted posts and etching. Other than that, not much else is known.

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Shibata Vase

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"im looking for a appraisal for a Shibata vase that my mother bought for my grandmother around 1965 or so, at aboutique in South San Fransisco-- it still has the price tag adhered to the bottom which reads $114.95... i have a few pictures i can send should ..."

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Unknown knife

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Unknown history. Last known location was Ireland. Given by parents. No history given with the knife. Sheaf looks handmade, fabric front with leather back. Handle is a metal of some sorts, covered.

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Santa Claus Lighter

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I know nothing about this Santa Claus except for the fact that it is ceramic. It needs a new flint but other than that it does work and nothing is chiped or broken on it.

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mirror

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This wood framed mirror was built into a wall in a house in Connecticut in 1875. It is approximately 6'x7'.

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Pill box

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1897 round pill box . Has a medical looking emblem on front. loop on very top for possible chain to be attached?. I found this in some old things of my late grandfather and really don't know anything about it. Any information will be helpful. Thanks!!

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Kelly,

Without more information like a photo or a description of the material the pill box is made from (silver or gold), its pretty much impossible to narrow down a price range on your pill box.  I've seem gold and silver pill boxes sell for thousands of dollars from the era and I've also seen simple tin ones sell for around $10 dollars.






6" clowns

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Robert,

Your clown dolls do not look real old to me, maybe from the 70s or 80s.  I would say they are probably worth around $5-10 dollars a piece.  

Here are two larger clown dolls that sold for $10 dollars:

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-1069479/vintage-stuffed-squeak-clown-dolls-hand-painted-faces-hor-20.html






Maruni lacquerware dish

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This is a red dish with gold trim around the edges. It has 5 sides, like a flower. Inside the edges are painted fans in gold. On the back it says, "made by hand in occupied Japan" Maruni patented lacquerware metal base. It also has " CPO " inside a diamond. It has a chip on the inside less than a quarter of an inch. It also has a little bump on the inside.

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Your made in occupied Japan Maruni lacquerware dish is worth around $5-10 dollars and was probably part of a larger set of dishes.

Here are some similar pieces of Maruni lacquerware that sold in that price range:

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-459078/12-piece-set-occupied-japan-maruni-lackerware-nice.html

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-52908/vtg-occupied-japan-lackerware-maruni-dresser-trayjar.html

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-52908/vtg-occupied-japan-lackerware-maruni-dresser-trayjar.html






Mickey Mouse Help

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Hello I have an old Mickey Mouse hanky and I have not been able to find information on it. Any help on what this might be worth would be appreciated. Thanks Keith

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Keith,

I believe your Micky Mouse hanker chief is from the 1950s or 1960s and is worth around $10-20 dollars.

I've never seen the exact same one, but there have been hundreds of designs sold over the years.







Ceramic Made in Occupied Japan Cat

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It is a ceramic figure of a small kitten peering into a red boot. A turtle is poking its head out of a hole in the end of the boot. On the top is a painted on, script that reads "Windsor Canada" with a small flourish underneath. On the sole of the boot, Made in Occupied Japan is stamped. Unsure about age. Condition: fair.

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12 piece Czechoslovakia china set

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Full 12 piece set in perfect condition, no chips 12 of each large plates small plates desert plates large bowls small bowls teacups and saucers 1Large and 1 medium oval platters 1small round serving dish 1gravy bowl 1creamer 1covered serving dish 1small serving bowl

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Hello. I have a "Art Deco Nude Sun Child Hutschenreuther figurine by Karl Tutter." On the base it has K Tutter with ink stamp and "9" It also has a sticker. Figurine is in mint condition. I am interested in any information you may have and value. Thank you

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Nude sun child Hutschenreuther figurines by Karl Tutter range in value from $125-250 dollars.  

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-648614/1930s-art-deco-nude-hutschenreuther-sun-child-artist-ktutter-original-figurine.html

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-657277/hutschenreuther-sun-child-figure-by-k-tutter-nr.html

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-615335/hutschenreuther-sun-child-porcelain-k-tutter.html

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-638372/1930s-art-deco-nude-hutschenreuther-sun-child-artist-ktutter-original-figurine.html

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-638373/rare-art-deco-1938-hutschenreuther-sun-child-original-nude-by-k-tutter.html

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-612219/hutschenreuther1938-art-deco-nude-sun-childktutter.html

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-581254/vintage-hutschenreuther-sun-child-figurine-k-tutter.html







Ssheffield knife

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Pocket watch

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It's a 14 Kt gold Waltham pocket watch. It's completely in closed with a case, front and back. It has a multicolored , jeweled face. The inside is in great condition but it needs a minute hand. Serial number= 835933

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Josey,

Your solid gold 14K Waltham pocket watch is worth between $1500-3000 dollars.





Shure Microphone

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It Has written on the inside housing Model 5B on top with Pat. Pend. on bottom. On the Reverse side of inside housing, "the one with a wire soldered in the middle", it has written Shure Brothers Company. Chicago, ILL. U.S.A. 6258

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Doug,

Your Shure Microphone was made in 1936 and the list price was $10. This is a very rare piece. One has been up for auction on eBay but no one was willing to pay over $450 for it. One did sell in 2007 for $327. In today’s market it would be value at $367. It had been restored and mounted in a wooden case. Your Shure Microphone is estimated between $150 and $250 in it's current condition.

Thanks,






wooden bdweiser beer box1876

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anheuser Busch wooden beer box has a date of 1876 on it with a eagle.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Shirley,

Your Anheuser Busch wooden box is from the 1970s and is worth between $40-100 dollars.

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-300221/vintage-anheuser-busch-wooden-beer-box-crate-wood-nr.html

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-724853/centennial-1876-1976-anheuser-busch-wood-beer-crate-antique-wooden-box-budweiser.html

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-1219138/vintage-budweiser-wood-box-crate-with-lid.html






Mosler & Bahmann

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This is a very large Mosler & Bahmann safe. Everything about the safe works perfectly, and I also have the combination. Some of the art work has some minor scratches but in overall very good condition.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hey Derek,

Wow, cool safe!  My dad would love to have it!

Your Mosler & Bahmann antique safe is worth between $1000-2000 dollars.  The shipping costs are another matter!  Luckily, the buyer pays for shipping :)







Posters

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Two posters in excellent condition. Both are framed. Both are 48" by 60". One is a picture of a peacock, advertising Cognac Jacquet. The second is, I believe, a Meneure, with a fashionable gent in a top hat drinking champagne while a Victorian-era French lady sits on a swing: "Trianon allons-y" I believe they're roiginal, ca. 1890.

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Hi Chris,

How do you know that they are original art work?

If your posters are originals and not reproductions, then they're worth around $1100-2300 dollars a piece.  However, many people sell these framed posters, here's a reproduction Cognac Jacques poster for sale for $600 dollars:

http://www.museumfacsimiles.com/gifradpocoja.html

Here's an original 1907 Cognac Jacques poster for sale for $1250 dollars:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Original-vintage-poster-COGNAC-JACQUET-FRANCE-PEACOCK-/150597718262

and here's an original 1898 Jardin du Trianon, Allons-y poster:

http://www.artvalue.com/auctionresult--pean-rene-louis-1875-1945-fran-jardin-du-trianon-allons-y-844759.htm







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