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Can't find this locks maker?

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Used to buy storage units and found this lock in one of my winning bids. what can you please tell me about it and its maker?

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vanity

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good condition

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19th century pitcher

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Have off white pitcher.

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Fainting couch

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Hi, I wonder if you could give me an opinion on the value of this antique fainting couch. I bought it in 1975 and had it refinished and re-upholstered in 1985. It is in mint condition. Here are photos. Thanks so much! Rhodora Vidal

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Rosewood dining room table and chairs

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We have a 292 rosewood dining room table and chairs would like more info on it.

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Buffet table found in my attic

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tea cup and saucer made in occupied japan

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Trimont China Henry d painter

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vanity by davis cabinet company

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Antique side board

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Mosler Safe

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Hello, I have an antique Mosler safe that appears to be from 1883. It is 42" tall, 31" wide and 24" deep. I have the combination and it is in working order. The interior has a wooden shelf system with a couple small drawers that are missing the locks. Can you give me an idea of what this may be worth? Thanks!

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original german doll

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I have this old German doll that was givin to me by my gpas girlfriend win I was a little girl she has original clothing on her I was told she's a German doll she has a makers marking on the back between her shoulder blades "Germany 7" her body is cloth

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Roman Legionary Brick, LEGIADPF

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BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Antient Roman Legionary clay brick with a soldier`s left footprint, wearing the typical sandals with nailed soles Original stamp: LEG I...[ADPF] DIMENSIONS: 42cm x 36cm x 5cm (16" x 14" x 2") WEIGHT: 10 kg (22 lb) HISTORY OF THE ITEM: The Romans made fired clay bricks, and the Roman legions, which operated mobile kilns, introduced bricks to many parts of the empire. Roman bricks are often stamped with the mark of the legion that supervised their production. LEGIO I ADIUTRIX PIA FIDELIS Following the murder of Roman Emperor Domitian in 96, LEG I Adiutrix, along with the Danubian army, played an important role in Roman politics, forcing Epmeror Nerva to adopt Trajan as his successor. When Trajan became emperor, he gave the legion the cognomen Pia Fidelis ("loyal and faithful") to acknowledge their support. Between 101 and 106, under the new emperor's command, I Adiutrix, along with IV Flavia Felix and XIII Gemina, conquered Dacia and occupied the newly formed province. Trajan also used his Pia Fidelis in the campaign against Parthia (115–117). In the history of ancient Rome only 8 Roman Legions received the honorary title Pia Fidelis. The clay bricks prduced by the distinguished legions included the abbreviation "PF" or "P.F." right after the name and number of the legion - i.e. LEGIADPF. POSSIBLE DATE OF MANUFACTURE: 1st Century C.E. PROVENANCE: German private collection CURRENT LOCATION: Since the late 1950's the item is located in Dortmund, Germany.

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Roman Legionary Brick, LEGIMPF

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BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Antient Roman Legionary clay brick with stamp: [LEG]IMPF DIMENSIONS: 35cm x 32cm x 6cm (13,7" x 12,5" x 2,3") WEIGHT: 2 kg (4,6 lb) HISTORY OF THE ITEM: The Romans made fired clay bricks, and the Roman legions, which operated mobile kilns, introduced bricks to many parts of the empire. Roman bricks are often stamped with the mark of the legion that supervised their production. LEGIO I MINERVIA PIA FIDELIS Legio I Minervia ("Minerva's First Legion" i.e. "devoted to the goddess Minerva") was a legion of the Imperial Roman army founded in AD 82 by emperor Domitian (r. 81-96), for his campaign against the Germanic tribe of the Chatti. Its cognomen refers to the goddess Minerva, the legion's protector. There are still records of the I Minervia in the Rhine border in the middle of the 4th century. The legion's emblem is an image of goddess Minerva. Between 101 and 106, the legion fought the Dacian Wars of emperor Trajan, commanded by Hadrian, the future emperor. For its bravery and leadership durng the Dacian wars the Leg I Minervia received the honorary cognomen "Pia Fidelis" In the history of ancient Rome only 8 Roman Legions received the honorary title Pia Fidelis. The clay bricks prduced by the distinguished legions included the abbreviation "PF" or "P.F." right after the abbreviated name and number of the legion - i.e. LEGIMPF. POSSIBLE DATE OF MANUFACTURE: 1st Century C.E. (most likely 100-107 CE) PROVENANCE: German private collection CURRENT LOCATION: Since the late 1950's the item is located in Dortmund, Germany.

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2 dragons carved wooden box with unique lock and key

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This box is wood with a hinged lid and squared wood feet. two dragons are facing eachother like in battle, on the front and on the lid. there is carved round grab handles on the sides. on the back and the sides is a man standing(in the back) and kneeling(on the sides) in a field of some sort with a house or hut in the background. see pics for only markings on the bottom and all the fine details I forgot to mention. Also I love the lock and key.There was also a small tapestry inside when I opened it?

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Hobart 200

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Hobart 200 meat tenderize In excellent working condition

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10 ounce bottle

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10 ounce big chief beverage bottle with Louisiana state on bottle

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Coca Cola

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I have a collection of 6 Coca Cola Prints. They have all been privately framed in the last few years, but I was just wanting to know if the prints are worth any monetary value as I cannot find similar ones anywhere. Measurements of outer frames are 64cm H x 43cm W

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S.F. music box co GRAND VICTORIAN. limited edition 1094/7500

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Candle Sticks

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I do not know anything about this item, it was left to me.

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I have a lot of the tomato and lobster Royal Bayreuth, some strawberry, all from my mother. I'm looking to sell it as she left me with Wedgewood Whitehall colbalt Blue, Royal Dalton Fountainbleu, Beleek shamrock pattern, all service for 12-14 China, I'M DROWNING IN CHINA !!!! Hahaha!! I know ther used to be a woman who was the expert on Royal Bayreuth, she had written a book on it. I'm wondering the value of these pieces in general and how I should go about trying to sell them. I didn't realize the yellow pieces etc were RB also, but I have some of them too Thank You! Pam Petri 516-413-5601

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RS Prussia Portrait Vase

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A beautiful Antique Victorian Era RS Prussia Portrait Vase with a lovely village scene on the front. Signed in red on the bottom. Great condition. Has double gold gilt handles along with a blown out porcelain opal jewel motif. The vase measures 10.5" tall x 8.5" across handles.

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Japanese plate with paper label on back:

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Japanese plate with paper label on back: "No. 007" Picture of male and female bird (peacock or pheasant.)

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Antique freezer admiral

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1950s 1960s admiral freezer runs Model number. 14U49 Serial number 2156233

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1800's lounge set and OX Lamp

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I understand these are from the 1800's. 3 pc set, excellent condition. Ox Lamp, believe it came from out west, been in family for at least 50 years.

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Sugar and Creamer Silver Plate

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I will appreciatte about your appraisal about these items as soon as possible you can, my best regards Excellent Good Condition Two pieces Sugar and Creamer of Tea Set Sugar Says as photos: L Silver Plated under #461 Creamer Says as Photos:461 Silver Plated Year: Unknown

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Poleth, I would estimate your Silver Plated Sugar and Creamer between $15 to $50. I have seen a lot of these and most sell for $35 or less. Below are a couple of examples: http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-657722/meriden-b-silver-plate-c-1880-cream-and-sugar.html $45 http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-717769/antique-wilcox-quadruple-silverplate-cream-and-sugar-bowls-wgt-212-lbs.html $25 Silver Plated items are very common. Thanks,





Gillette razor set

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Hi Kubin, Your Gillette Razor Set is worth between $25 to $75. I have seen 3 just like yours. One sold in 2012 for $41.10 and in 2013 two sold for $21.68 the other for $71.00. It is all about finding the right buyer. Hope this helps,





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Miss Pepper

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1912 this thing is big

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Miss Pepper

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1912 this thing is big

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Miss Pepper

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1912 this thing is big

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Miss Pepper

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1912 this thing is big

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Miss Pepper

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1912 this thing is big

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national cash register

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National double drawer cash register buttons work, drawers open picture collage attached. Marble top surrounds sides and front makes tray like. The front piece however looks like was replacement and cracked at front right corner, there is register tape on side enclosed and under front ornate lid is counter etc...see pictures . Very heavy. Green tarnish. Needs cleaning restoration.

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Hi Pepper, Your National Cash Register is valued between $600 to $1100. To get the most out of it I suggest having it cleaned by a professional. One that had been fully restored sold in 2011 for $950. Another that was just cleaned but did work sold in 2013 for $233. From your description I think yours is a better cash register. We did not receive any pictures. Hope this helps, Thanks,





national cash register

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National double drawer cash register buttons work, drawers open picture collage attached. Marble top surrounds sides and front makes tray like. The front piece however looks like was replacement and cracked at front right corner, there is register tape on side enclosed and under front ornate lid is counter etc...see pictures . Very heavy. Green tarnish. Needs cleaning restoration.

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Pink Cherub Capodimonte Table Lamp

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Pink Cherub Capodimonte table lamp no markings other than a funny letter m in made in Italy 1790/A

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Sharon, Please send a full picture of your lamp. Thanks,





Vase

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This vase was in my great-grandmothers home when I was a child. I am now 62. It was won at a community traveling fair long ago. Nothing is marked on the bottom and it's not fancy by no means. Just very old.

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pink cherub capodimonte

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Very good condition pink cherub capodimonte table lamp no markings only made in Italy 1790

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American Walthmamxa

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American Walthman Serial #5 849 052 circa 1892 Cover Gold hunters cover id # 1736B The Globe movenent Micrometric # 375968

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Moriyama

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I have a set of marked Moriyama handed painted what I think are vases but you can not open them. They have brass acorn on the top and they set on a ornate square base. The painting is of a woman in a pink dress and a guy playing a guitar. They have a long screw that goes all the way through them when you unscrew the top they come apart in section. Under the lid is stamped JAPAN in red under the bottom there is a stamp of a red flower basket with MORIYAMA over the top of it and JAPAN under it. They stand about 12 inches tall.

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Hi Deanna,

Moriyama Pottery was established in 1911 by Hidekichi Nakamura.  There are still four studios operating, so your piece was made sometime between 1911 and today.  You read more about the Moriyama maker here:

http://www.gotheborg.com/marks/20thcenturyjapan.shtml

I would estimate the value of your Moriyama pottery to be around $50-75 dollars a piece.






porcelain dolls

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I just bought this porcelain dolls because they are beautiful but also because I remember my grandmother buy in it for me when I was a kid, and I just will like to know how much they cost

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi, Porcelain Dolls are still produced today and can cost as little as $10 new. I would need to know more about the doll. Thanks,





Teal Rose pattern Imperial plate

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It was manufactured between 1920-1929 I think

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Estimated Value submitted by Richard

Imperial carnival glass was produced between 1904 and the 1930's.  It was made in the U.S. and also in England, Scandinavia, Germany, Czechoslovakia, Poland, Australia, Argentina and Mexico.  Your piece has the Imperial Iron Cross makers' mark:

http://www.ddoty.com/makermarks.html

In good condition, your Carnival glass plate is worth between $10-20 dollars. 







Horse Fair

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I bought this from a lady who had a Trading Post. She told me it came from her Grandfathers estate. She was part Choctaw\Cherokee. It is old and sealed with a piece of wood tacked on the back. The color theme is sepia and I was able to identify the image as "The Horse Fair" Can someone give me an idea of its value as I have no clue. Thank You!

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Hi Roberta,

It appears you have a reprint of the famous oil on canvas painting entitled,  \\\"The Horse Fair\\\" painted between 1853–55 by Rosa Bonheur (French, 1822–1899).

The original oil painting hangs in The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City:

http://www.metmuseum.org/collection/the-collection-online/search/435702

Here's a link to a similar print that was appraised by The Antiques Roadshow in 2012:

http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/roadshow/season/17/rapid-city-sd/appraisals/rosa-bonheurs-the-horse-fair-print--201203A48

I'm not going to guess as the value of your print.  I think you might want to get a more professional appraisal completed.  I hope this information helps. 






Champagne flute

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i have 5 of these beautiful glasses and I can not identify the maker or pattern, any help would be wonderful

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Estimated Value submitted by Frank

Hi Monica,

I don't recognize the pattern, but I estimate your set of four champagne flutes are worth between $10-25 dollars.






duverdey and bloquel carriage clock

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duverdey and bloquel antique made in france with lion stamp carriage clock. front has smith Patterson BOSTON on face of clock. has no key. wondering what it's worth. It works just need key

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Barbie, Your Duverdey and Bolquel carriage clock is estimated between $65 to $130. Without seeing a picture of the clock this is the best estimate I can give. One sold in 2011 for $121 another in 2012 for $62.56 and in 2013 for $72.55. All were in good shape so not having the key may bring this price down. Thanks,





Disney comic books

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Hi, I have a few Disney comic books. A couple f them are from 1953, and I believe one of them is from 1949. Will send pics. They lose but complete and stored in a plastic sleeve. Can't remember wen or where I get them. I am editing this because I wanted to let you know that it is only letting me upload 1 photo. Hope it's enough

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Estimated Value submitted by Bob

Comic book pricing is very dependent on condition.  The better the condition of the comic book, the higher the price. 

Your Walt Disney Mickey Mouse comic books look pretty rough.  I would say they worth $3-6 each in their current condition.  In pristine condition, I've seen them sell in the $25 dollar range.







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