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Vintage Veterinary Surgical table

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Vintage Veterinary Surgical table. Cast iron base, enamel top. All in good working condition. Please help me determine what this is worth. Thank you~~

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1910 Mug: 4 1/4 in tall -

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103 year old - Mug: 4 1/4 in tall - "Twenty Fourth Annual Annual State Convention of the Exempt Firemens Assn." dated "May 18th 1910 Trenton, N.J. "(Written on one side) picture of the "Volunteer Firemens Monument " written below it. The handle looks to be plated in silver as well as a silver ring at the top of the cup and a bit thinner one at the bottom, the cup itself is white, the bottom is stamped "Tho's Maddock's Son's Co. Trenton N.J" It's only allowing my to post one photo, trying to do this on my mobile phone but I so have pictures of all the significant markings and pictures on the mug, if you'd like to view them, please feel free to email me and ill send the other photos right away.

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Hi,

Your \\\"Tho's Maddock's Son's Co. Trenton N.J\\\" mug is estimated between $15 and $35. I have not seen one for the \\\"Twenty Fourth Annual Annual State Convention of the Exempt Firemens Assn.\\\" but in 2011 one for Fireman association of 1911 sold for $20. Another Tho's Maddock's Son's Co. mug sold for $31 in 2007.

I hope this helps.

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mineral corks

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Hello I have these two cork could anyone tell me how much they are worth? Thank you

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mineral corks

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Hello I have these two cork could anyone tell me how much they are worth? Thank you

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I will be happy to help but please send picture or more information.

Thanks,






Georgia bulldog 1980 national championship

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I have 2 tin 1980 Georgia bulldog Coca Cola serving trays. They are both in excellent condition. I also have an unopened Coke bottle also from the national championship that Georgia won in 1980.

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Katie,

Your Georgia bulldog Coca Cola serving trays and Coke bottle estimated value is between $15 and $30 each. I have found that the trays and the bottle are selling for same price.

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Hummel statues

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I have #321 Wash Day. It has the date 1957 on the bottom. The second one I have is Apple Tree Boy #142 3/0. They both have the Hummel signature on them.

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Katie,

The “Field Guide” list price for Wash Day Hum #321 is between $275-$1000 and for Apple Tree Boy Hum 142/3/0 is $180-$550. I believe this guide is set for insurance purposes. At auction they can bring anywhere from $20 to $100.

Below are some examples:

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-405870/hummel-figurine-321-wash-day-tmk-4--three-line-mark.html

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-494877/vtg-1960s-goebel-hummel-figurine-wash-day-321-6.html

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-507679/hummel-figurine-wash-day-321-60-tall.html

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-196154/hummel-figurine-142-30-apple-tree-boy-tmk-2.html

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-283000/hummel-142-30-apple-tree-boy-figurine-tmk-6-mint.html

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Ballerina doll

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I got this doll at an Estate sale and can find no information about it anywhere. Help!!

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Your Ballerina doll is worth between $20 and $35. If you can find any type of markings I will be able to help you better. Look on the back of the neck.






Allied Chemical print ad chess pieces 12,000 colors

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I am looking for the above print ad: "Allied Chemical print ad chess pieces 12,000 colors." We believe the date to be late 1940s or early 1950s. Also believed to be in an (plastics)industry magazine. No other information is available. The ad states "The plastic that comes in 12,000 colors" The ad was originally seen on eBay.

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silver musical jewelry box w/cameo of young girl and small bird

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very heavy irregular shaped ashtray

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The item is approx 5x7 inches-although irregular. I assume it is an ashtray as it looks like cigs could sit in it. It does have a clear edge if held to light. Some of the piece is very smooth and the usual texture of milk glass, but mixed in are very porous areas. It may have a mark on the bottom of “3 petals” but unsure as other areas look like the glass bubbled when prepared and left pock marks. It has inward scrolled edges on the thickest part of the edges, no legs, no specific little divets for a cigarette.

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Garland Gas Range Detroit-Michigan Stove Co., 18,000 BTU VALUE?!

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The antique I have in my house is a gas range called Garland made by the Detroit-Michigan Stove Company. It has an approximate age of sixty years. All burners work like mint and has very little costmetic damage.

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Elyse,

Your Garland Gas Range is worth $100 to $150. That is what similar items are selling for. If you can send a picture I may be able to help you more.

Thanks,






framed batik on parchment?

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I was told that this is a framed batik on parchment from the 1920's and from the India region. Any other info on it would be very helpful

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Bennett Kerosene Pump

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I am cleaning out old family property and came across what I believe to be an old Bennett Kerosene Pump, Model 1307S and Serial Number 43709, 2-Qts with a glass dome, crank handle and spicket release. There is an extending pipe to go in a tank? I am not real sure exactly what this is. Can anyone give me more detail and value? Thanks

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Old coke paintings

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Hi Christine,

I'm not sure if what you have is an original. The original was made in 1948 and had “Have a Coke” written right above the lady's head and measured 29” x 50” it was printed on cardboard. Today's value is over $1000

Hope this helps,






Harwi Doll

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Bought as Part of a lot at auction. I found the tag pushed up his sleeve. Shoes are flocked and showing some wear. Other than a little dirt he is in great condition.

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Metal Sled

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This sled has brake cables on each side to steer. I can't find anything like it. Hopefully someone out there can give me some information.

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Vietnam gas mask and old war book

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i got this old gas mask that was used in vietnam and it came with canister and old war book from 1975 but i have no idea if it is from that era or what its worh that why im here

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old wooden lamp

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i bought this old wooden lamp cuz it was neat and i have never seen one like it..it has no markings of any kind its in great shape they told me it was from the 40s but i dont know it still works they replaced the electrical wires so it could be in working condition the wood its absolutely beautifull and it has a lil door to put stuff in and a handle like a basket thats all i know of it dont know the value thats why im here maybe you guys can help me..

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old optometry equipment from the 40s & 50s

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i got a neat collection of old optometry equipment some still work and a few have there original boxes with the original manuals book my collection has alot of items and been well taken care of

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Anheuser Busch Two-Wheeled Cart

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This cart came from Anheuser Busch. My dad was in the process of painting the original wording on the sideboards. I have a letter of authenticity. I can't find one anywhere online to price it. Also, are there any live auctions that breweriana enthusiasts follow where this might be appreciated? Any suggestions? Thank you!!

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OLD 3 burner cook stove (Cast Iron)

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Old 3 burner wood cook stove (CAST IRON) - In good working order - just some surface rust, nothing that cannot be fixed -comes with the tool that lifts the warming plates -comes with the tool to open the ash pan Stamped on the stove is ___No 5____ The Western Foundry Co Wingham, ONT. Limited

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ANTIQUE ST. BERNARD CLOCK CAST IRON WITH BRONZE FINISH

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By westclox. The clock is working but the alarm does not, unless I am just not sure how to make it work.. There is a crack in the face of the clock.

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Hi,

Your antique Saint Bernard Dog Clock is estimated between $60 to $180. I have seen them go for a little as $30 without the clock. In 2007 one sold for $125 and another for $160.39.

The dogs that are not free standing will bring less.

Please see below: 

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-737091/antique-cast-iron-st-bernard-dog-clock.html

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-866535/antique-1800s-st-bernard-clock-cast-iron-with-bronze-finish.html

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Art Deco monkey decanter , blue

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It has no chips on it. The cork inside is damaged. It has " 801" and " W" stamped in the ceramic bottom and has the name " Germany" stamped in black on the bottom.

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Derby Silver Co.

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I have this bridal basket that is engraved with a rose and CRL initials I have not seen any other ones with the rose I was wondering how much it is worth and if the engraving brings the price down

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Egyptain-Styled Bottle Opener

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My mother has had it for years, I noticed it and I noticed it had an antique-look to it and decided to find out if it was worth anything. It's really heavy, with a lot of engravings and carvings on it, but I'm not sure what it's made out of. Thank you in advance for your help.

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OLD 3 burner cook stove (Cast Iron)

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Old (cast iron) 3 burner wood cook stove. - it is in good working order stamp on the stove says The Western Foundry Co Wingham, Ontario... Limited there is also a number 5 stamped on it as well -comes with the ash pan tool and the handle to lift the burners -cast iron has some surface rust but nothing major

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webster mfg co ny cup

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Its a silver cup, tarnished, the bottom says webster mfg co ny . Also has the number 11 and has the number E-9633.

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silver musical jewelry box w/cameo of young girl and small bird

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Musical box plays song "We've Only Just Begun" and is in excellent working condition.

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Chelsea Clock

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I have a Chelsea clock Company Boston US Maritime commission clock. The serial number is 6915. It works and looks great. I have it hanging in my house. What is it worth? Thank you!

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Hi Mary,

It depends on what your Chelsea clock company US maritime clock looks like.  Do you have the brass model or the black phenolic resin case style?

The brass maritime clocks typically sell in the $500-700 dollar range, whereas the black phenolic resin case clocks sell in the $250-350 dollar range.

If you upload or email us a photo, we should be able to narrow the price range down some more.



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flaminaire 12 lighters

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I have 3 of these lighters (bought on eBay) I think they are from the 1950's One works well - brushed steel finish. One (unused & in original box- gold finish, aluminum case)- I filled it but valve leaks. The third one (silver plated & in bits), valve leaks & thumb-wheel screw worn out due to heavy usage - so unless spares can be obtained - unusable ! I am a pipe smoker & the one that works is the best pipe lighter I've ever had. ? Are spares/repairs available in UK & Are they worth anything as antiques ? Regards, Dr. S.B.Cook.

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Rangoon Emery Burslem England Water Pitcher

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I have a water pitcher without the basin. It has a stamp on the bottom that says Rangoon Emery Burslem England. It has a small crack at the top near the water spout but is otherwise in good condition.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Amber,

Your Rangoon Emery Burslem England water pitcher is worth between $200-400 dollars.

Thanks for sharing!







Small lined container (religious figures on it)

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Small containers with religious figures all around and raised religious figures in the center. I have had for many years. Bottom of inside is lined with a royal blue color felt like material. There is writing on the lid. I do not know what language. I did not know what to call. It i hope the photos help.

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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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Please send picture for a estimated appraisals.

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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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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

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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