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small pitcher

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this vase measures 6". It has the same design on both sides. I can't find the mark on the bottom anywhere and I don't know if it's Chinese, Japanese or what. Could you please give me some information on this and the value? Thank you so much

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BOWL

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bowl measures 6" and 2" deep. The middle of the bowl looks like a crack through it, but is not a crack. It is stamped China in black ink on the bottom. Could anyone give me an idea of its worth. Thank you

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PIN

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I believe this is an old Avon Representative pin they gave to honor Avon Ladies, but not real sure. This pin is pretty heavy. Could anyone tell me anything about it and a value if any. Thank you

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Mickey Mouse Spoon

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I've had this spoon for year and have never been able to find a value. Can anyone please help? Thanks

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Mary,

Your Mickey Mouse spoons is from the 1940's or 1950's and is worth around $12-18 dollars.  

Here a couple of the same spoons that sold in the past:

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-582757/vintage-1940s-branford-silver-plate-mickey-mouse-spoon.html

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-1390656/vintage-mickey-mouse-spoon-silver-plated-branford-disney-childs-spoon.html








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Ardalt flori Antico 5744

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Lamp

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I think this is a Capodimonte Lamp. I know my mother has had it for many years. It is in great condition, only the felt on the bottom is tore.

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Lamp

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I think this is a Capodimonte Lamp. I know my mother has had it for many years. It is in great condition, only the felt on the bottom is tore.

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Antique Dollhouse Doll

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This 3 1/2" dollhouse doll has a plastic head on and unknown body - the feet appear to be made of lead - the arms and legs are wrapped in cotton thread. Her pink dress has been hand-sown and glued in place. I imagine she is of German origin, but don't know anything else about her. I would love to know her age and potential value. Many Thanks.

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Martin Luther king figurine

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My grandma who is 89 years old was selling this at a garage sale for 5 dollars she used to have an antique booth for a long time at the local market. I know this is very well made it is very heavy and I cannot replicate it nothing I have found is like this. I appreciate any input you have.

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SOUVENIR SPOONS

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I have about 10 spoons that I am trying to find the value of and also someone who wants to purchase them .. please see the pictures and let me know what you think.

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Antique Westinghouse Sm X-Ray Diagnostic Viewer - PFX Fluorovue

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This antique Westinghouse portable X-Ray viewing medical device was used for small chest studies approximately 60 + years ago. The Fluorovue reads 70 and 35 mm photofluorograms. The "Cold" cathode light is in working condition (picture #3) and the back winder/roller is present. The well made customized case with blue velvet-like lining was specifically designed for non movement while transporting this medical device. There is a place for the back winder/roller to rest on that can be secured with the attached bow nuts. I'm sure this customized case is the reason that the Fluorovue is in such great shape. The case also in great condition with metal clasping latches that securely close and metal protectors on every corner. The durable handle totally and easily supports the weight for transportation. The exact size of the case is: 17"H x 13"W x 9 1/2"D. The actual weight including the case is 40 lbs. There is no film or x-rays included with this item.

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Very Large Antique Filigree Ball

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An antique filigree ball with a 2" diameter silver in color.

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Borng,

Your Antique Filigree Ball is worth between $10 to $20. For a more accurate appraisal I would need to know if it is silver, the grade and which company made it.

I hope this helps.

Thanks,






vintage tin 1940's candy The Three Little Kittens

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very good, condition I think it was from England in 1940's Lovely pictures of the kittens and their mittens

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Rebecca

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I have an antique dining table that I purchased in 1998 from an antique dealer. It was built in England in the early 1900s and is made of English oak or pine, not sure. It seats 4 or 6 people as there are 2 leaves that pull in and out as needed. It comes with 4 chairs which I recovered in 2006. The table is in excellent working condition and is great for small dining areas, breakfast area, or apartments/condos living.

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Dining Table

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This dining table was made in England in the early 1900s of either English oak or pine. I purchased it in 1998 from an antique dealer. It comes with 4 chairs which I recovered in 2006. It is in excellent working condition and has 2 leaves which extend to a larger table. Great for apt/condo living, breakfast area, or small dining area.

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Coca Cola Cooler

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Hello, I have a 1951 Acton Mfg.Co., pat #D-152580 metal Coca Cola cooler with the 'Drink Coca Cola" logo stamped into the front & back. This cooler has been in my moms house for 60+ years. I see many of these coolers online but not the exact same as mine. My cooler does not have a drain hole at all and the "Drink Coca Cola" is stamped way off center on one of the sides (I don't know which is the front or back). Does the missing drain or production error make this cooler special or more valuable? Thank you, Robin Kelly

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Vintage Coca Cola Cooler

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Hello, I have a metal Coca Cola cooler that's been in my house for 60+ years. It was made by Acton Mfg. Co. Inc., 1951 patent #D-152580. I see many similar coolers online but I can't find one exactly like mine. My cooler has the logo "Drink Coca Cola" in raised lettering stamped on the front & back, but on one of those sides the logo was stamped way off center. My cooler also does not have a drain hole at all. Does this production error or missing drain make the cooler special or more valuable? Thank you, Robin Kelly

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Robin,

I believe what you have is the first in the series of Metal Coolers made by the Action Mfg. Company of Arkansas made in 1949. In the later part of 1951 they added the drain and later that year the opener was added to the handle. I would estimate your cooler between $150 to $225 in today's market.

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KNapp Monarch (KM) Duo Aire Heater/Fan

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Hello, I have a Knapp Monarch Duo Aire Heate/Fan, Cat. #16-504 that I would like to know about. My dad bought it many many years ago. It is in really good condition and both the heater and fan work great. I have several pictures but I can only upload one on this request. Can you tell me if this heater/fan has any significance or value? Thank you, Robin Kelly

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Dining table

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I purchased this table in 1998 from an antique dealer in Houston who told me it is made of English oak, and it was made in England in the early 1900s. It is in excellent condition and comes with 4 chairs which I recovered in 2006. It has 2 leaves on each end of the table which allows expansion for more seating.

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Antique Settee - 3 pieces

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Trying to get a good handle on "as is" price on these three pieces. We believe them to be mahogany. The springs underneath are in good shape. Structurally, they are great. No warps or anything like that. Cannot find any markings on them.

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Marble clock

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Marble clock 5 1/2 inches high by 3 3/4 inches wide, 2 1/4 inches deep. It has 1805 scratched on the bottom, but do not see any visible 'trade mark'. It has a wind-up and runs but does not keep good time. One little brass rosette is missing on front.

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Serving tray

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Servin tray

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Antique German 3 3/4" Bisque International costume Dolls

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Hi I am interested in finding out more about these dolls I am selling for a friend on ebay. They come in their own box attached by a string and are bisque material and stand approximately 3 3/4" tall and 1 1/4" wide and each one has its country's original costume. I am uploading photos of one that is stamped "Greek". Would love to know about how old they are and where they originated and possible value.

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Keli,

Your Antique German 3 3/4\\\" Bisque International costume Dolls are worth between $25 to $55. Just depends on how much someone wants to pay to possible complete a set. I would suggest selling them individually and add a buy now price. The original box seems to be in very good condition. That may raise the price some. They were made in Germany around 1930. Your Greek doll just happens to be marked as to which region it represents.

Hope this helps,

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Blue glass found in attic

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I found several pieces of blue glass while cleaning out my parents attic. I remember seeing some of them in my grandmother's house. I have no idea as to how much to sell them for. They all are in excellent condition, no chips or cracks.

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi,

I believe what you have are pieces of depression glass. It doesn't appear you have a complete set. To get a complete set you would have to be a collector of depression glass. During the Great Depression food manufacturers and distributors would put a piece of glassware in boxes of food, as an incentive to purchase their product. Businesses would hand out a piece just for coming in the door. With that being said the leaf plates are worth $5 to $7 each, the dessert-sherbet cups would be $4 to $6 each, the trinket-powder box is worth between $10 to $20. Depression glass is widely reproduced before selling the pieces as original do some research on depression glass vs reproductions.

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jamie

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need help to identify what i have...it looks to be a leather hand drawn painted pillow case with a tekna zipper on the back..

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Silver spoon

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I don't know anything about this spoon except that it looks antique.

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Silver spoon

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Don't know much any help would be appreciated.

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Silver spoon

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Know nothing any help would be great.

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Joanne Bloom

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Eight (8) place setting of FUJI china(dinner plate, bread plate, salad bowl, dessert bowl, cup and saucer); plus platter, serving bowl, coffee/tea pot, creamer & sugar. This set was sent as a gift from Japan to the USA in 1953. Has never been used. I have researched and found no matching bamboo pattern for the FUJI china. Would be interested in selling this set.

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Coffee table

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I Bought this coffee table at a yard sale because it is something I've never seen. Very unique hand carvings and a marble top. A friend thinks the wood is ivory. Would like to know about this piece.

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Coffee table

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I bought this piece at a yard sale because Ive never seen one like this. It has hand carvings and a marble top. I would like to know about this unique piece. Cannot find one like it on the Internet.

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sideboard table with matching hutch

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2} Capo Di Monte Four Musician Lamps w/shades , African-American

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These were bought used about 35 years ago . Same owner since . Work perfect . No scratches , cracks , chips , burrs and the lamp itself still has the shine . Same shades . Excellent shape . These lamps look brand new to me . Been to numerous sites and have personally stopped by several businesses trying to get an appraisal . there was such a gap between the low and the high quotes that I started to not believe everyone . A friend told me to check this site out and see what happens . Here I am ! I am going to go by the appraisal I get from y'all . I'm done ! Thank you for your time and expertise !

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Sbayl,

Capo-di-monte is a buyer beware market. Most any Capo-di-monte that you see for sale today is a style of Capo-di-monte. In my research I have found that most people do not state that when selling. A buyer should look for the backstamp that indicates the figure's pedigree. I have not seen the crown that is on your piece. The crown on a original is much less detailed. The Capo-di-monte style can sell between $50 to $500 depending on the quality of porcelain, detail of artwork etc. I would estimate your lamp between $150 to $300. One similar sold in 2007 for $50 one in 2011 for $151.38 another earlier this year for $270. The value does seem to be increasing. Keep in mind the asking price is just that, the actual selling price is much less.  

Here is a link that tells a little about the history:

http://www.kovels.com/price-guide/pottery-porcelain-price-guide/capo-di-monte/Page-19.html

Hope this helps.

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Emballing table

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Antique looking embalming table said to be owned by a vetenarian porcelain coated.

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Todd,

Your embalming table was made in the 1950's and is worth between $350 to $650. If the hydraulics are working properly. Just need to find the right buyer.

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Wooden dresser

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old style dresser with rotating mirror and key locks on the dresser doors. Not sure of the wood or age.

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Henrich korb porcelain Gold plated tea set

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Henrich korb tea set, made in Germany, seems to be rare and rather old. 24k gold plated.

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi,

Your Heinrich korb porcelain Gold plated tea set is valued between between $30 to $50. I know of one other that sold for $25 years ago. The company was founded in 1896 by Franz Heinrich.. The company was sold in 1979 and the porcelain is still produced today under the name Heinrich Porszellan. I have found no items stamped with dates so I can not confirm how old it is.

Sorry I couldn't be more helpful.

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Wooden Panel

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Carved wooden panel. Friend says it might be Jacobean. Found in an antique shop in Forks, Wa.

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Bueche girod

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Yes I have a vintage Buesche girod musical alarm clock that I had put a post about earlier but didn't put a picture so I'm gonna put a picture. I got an appraisal from Becky who is a lot more knowledgeable on the subject. Thank you Becky. I was gonna ask if this one that I was describing was a gold case one that you were talking about. I took it to a jewler and they said it was gold plate wrapped by that black wrapping and gold designs. So I was just gonna ask if this changed the value at all? Thank you Becky sorry I had no pic.

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Shawn,

The gold plate underneath does not change the value. Please do not remove it.

Below is a picture of a gold plated V. Buech clock. Though in my opinion is not in the best condition.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=290965669148&item=290965669148&lgeo=1&vectorid=229466

Here is another link to check out

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EslPk-OTmVw









Brunswick - Collender Pool Table

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I have not been able to find a value for a Brunswick - Collender "demountable" pool table with original balls and cue sticks. I have been told by a Brunswick rep. that they were only produced between 1912 and 1916.

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Richard,

I have only seen one table like yours to include original balls and cue sticks. It sold in 2012 for $135. I would estimate yours in today’s market between $150 to $200.

Hope this helps it is a hard to find item.

Thanks,






vintage V Buesche Girod musical alarm clock

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I have a V. Buesche Girls musical alarm clock that is about as round as a quarter and about 3/4" thick. It has 2 little dials at the 5 and 7 on the lower part of the clock. The one on the 5 has an S and the one on the 7 has an M. The back has BG perforated in the case with little pin size holes right above the wind handle. I believe that it dates in between 1953 and 1960. It still works great music and all. The wind up handle has no problem winding up and the S and M dials pull out and turn with ease. The clock has a few little scratches and has a little ageing on it but is still in really good condition for its age. I haven't cleaned it because an antique collector told me it would depreciate the value so I've left it as is. This clock has a gold background and is wrapped in some sort of shinny black material that has a pattern of 2 birds kissing and then a club like 3 of clubs club. From my inspection this clock is very solid and durable and was put together with intent to last. A very nice clock. How much is this clock worth and can you shed more knowledge of it to me?

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Shawn,

Your vintage V Bueche Girod musical alarm clock is worth between $135 to $160. The gold cased and the pink or green lizard cased clocks are selling for up to $800. The more detailed and elegant clocks are worth more. The “S” sets the seconds hand and the “M” sets the minutes hand. You will find ones like yours on eBay with a asking price much higher than what they actually sell for. I believe it may bring more if you had it cleaned by a professional. 

Below is one that sold for $725.88

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-582848/antique-miniature-musical-alarm-clock-v-bueche-girod.html

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stove

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chicago crown stove model 4144-93AL serial # 85424 34 1/2 inches wide, 4 covered burners, 1 oven, 1 broiler with storage. In excellent working condition. no missing or broken parts.

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Sterling Silver Manufacturing Company 10" silver water or tea pitcher

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Stamped SSMC Sterling X12. Measures 10" in Height. Measures 6" across rim. Weight: 490 grams A pattern of a rectangular and triangular shaped outlines with leaves and flowers within.

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WALTHAM POCKET WATCH

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WALTHAM Movement Serial Number:8321831 Estimated Production Year: 1897 Run Quantity: 1500 Size: 18s Jewels: 17j Movement Configuration: Openface Movement Finish: Unknown Model: 1883 Movement Setting: Pendant Plate: Full Plate Adjusted: Yes Adjusted to Positions: Unknown Railroad Grade: Unknown

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi A,

Your Waltham Pocket Watch Movement is worth $15 to $45 in good working condition. I have seen them sell for as low $8.00

Is the serial number you stated correct? The number showing on the watch is 3203973.

Thanks,






antique tools help

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I have a double blade spoke shaver marked, A.C. Bachelder , (top in picture) , That is all i know about it. Then I have ( 2nd in picture) I believe could be a Stanley single blade spoke shaver but I can't find and markings on it. Then (bottom in picture) I'm guessing a bench planner but i can't find any markings on it. Can you please let me know any approx dates and value. Thank you!

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antique tools help

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I have a double blade spoke shaver marked, A.C. Bachelder , (top in picture) , That is all i know about it. Then I have ( 2nd in picture) I believe could be a Stanley single blade spoke shaver but I can't find and markings on it. Then (bottom in picture) I'm guessing a bench planner but i can't find any markings on it. Can you please let me know any approx dates and value. Thank you!

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antique tools help ( w/photo)

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I have a double blade spoke shaver marked, A.C. Bachelder , (top in picture) , That is all i know about it. Then I have ( 2nd in picture) I believe could be a Stanley single blade spoke shaver but I can't find and markings on it. Then (bottom in picture) I'm guessing a bench planner but i can't find any markings on it. Can you please let me know any approx dates and value. Thank you!

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Sacred Heart lithograph

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After doing some research I found out that this is probably the work of John Duffy, a lithographer in New York around the turn of the 19th and 20th century. It is a lithograph on tin plate, after the original painting of "The Sacred Heart" by Sr.M. Raphael. My question is: how much does it worth either with the frame or without it. The size of the lithograph is approx. 23"x17" and out of one minor damage just right from the uppermost cherub on the left, it is in pretty good condition. The frame is carved wood having no major damage but it definitely needs some attention./The paint cracked at the molding lines and the gesso is missing at some places around the top and bottom edge./ I would greatly appreciate any kind of input regarding the value of this beautiful artifact. Thank you and best regards!

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