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WHERE AND WHAT IS IT?

Submitted by: Connie
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I came across this old vintage jug at a thrift store a month ago, I have spent hours and hours trying to find out how old this item is and where did it come from? I would appreciate anything you guys can tell me, Thanks!

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The Star of Love

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This is a 9 1/2 by 14 lithograph by N. Currier dated 1847. I would like to know what it is worth if anything. I can't find another one like it.

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi,

From 1834 till 1907, The print shop \\\"Currier & Ives\\\" produced in excess of 1 million lithographs which included more than 7500 different titles. 75% of what you will see now are reproductions which are still being produced today. I have included a few links for you to verify if what you have is a reproduction or an original.

http://www.currierprints.com/Reproductions.htm

http://www.currierandives.com/identify.htm

http://www.philaprintshop.com/currorg.html#prints

Below is an appraisal from the Antiques Roadshow. Keep in mind this person had 4 originals.

http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/roadshow/archive/201006A06.html

A print of The Star of Love can be bought for as low as $59. A original can be worth up to $5000. The most valuable are winter scenes, followed closely by railroad prints.

I hope this helps,

Thanks,







Duncan Phyfe Leather Top Coffee Table

Submitted by: Anita
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This table is a Duncan Phyfe, it has a leather top. It has some wear and tear on the leather and one of the legs was broken and repaired. I have no idea what it is worth.

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Anita,

Duncan Phyfe Leather Top Coffee Table comes in different styles and can range from $90 to $240.

One that was not a drop leaf sold in 2007 for $133 and today would be worth around $150.

Please submit a picture if you would like more information.

Thanks,






1918 or early 20's Mack Shovel nose Pedal truck Rare

Submitted by: Ed
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Original and rare Mack Pedal Truck/car from 1918 or possibly early 20's. I would appreciate any and all input you can provide on its worth/value. Thank you in advance

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Ed,

Your pedal car could be from as late as 1927.  Here's an advertisement showing your \\\"mack\\\" pedal car for sale by Butler Brothers in 1927:

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/images/butler-brothers-ad-1927-001.jpg

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/images/butler-brothers-ad-1927-002.jpg

I love the original price tag of $21 dollars.  Considering the average wage in 1927 was 50 cents a day, I think its safe to say this pedal car originally belonged to a wealthy family!

Your 1927 American National \\\"Mack\\\" pedal car is worth around $1200-1500 dollars.  Here's one currently for sale in that price range:

1920s Steelcraft Dump Truck Pedal Car for sale $1200 plus shipping






American Empire Butler's secretary Desk

Submitted by: dtoug
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I don't have a lot of info. The desk is fabulous with flaming mahogany, brass insets and brass hardware. I believe it to be from the early 1800s. There are minor chips here and there but overall for an almost 200 year old piece, it is gorgeous.

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Not sure but believe it is spanish and canot find it on internet anywhere i know it belonged to a friend of mine's grandmother and that about all i know about

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Two Matching Ginger Jars

Submitted by: emera
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I found these two ginger jars at a thrift store recently. I had no idea what they were even used for, but found some info on the internet to atleast find that out. I have searched endlessly and have only found one site with a similar jar, but the lid had been glued from being broke. It was estimated at $400~$500. It has the exact same mark on the bottom as mine, like you see in the pictures. I cannot find out who the maker is with the two blue rings on the bottom. Any info would be greatly appreciated. Sincerely, DeAnna

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Old Authentic Cast Iron Trolley Car Sign

Submitted by: Harry
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Sign is 16"x 9" x 1/2" Thick & very heavy Single sided with raised lettering Was told it was from a small town in central Ohio and was mounted beside the trolly car Track in a pick up area. Was told it to be from the late 1800's to the early 1900's. The casting is of a very good quality cast iron.I have several cast iron collectors interested and was wondering as to the value. Thanks, Harry

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Harry,

You have a very unique piece and to the right buyer, I think you good easily get between $100-200 dollars for it.  It would look great hanging on the wall of any serious trolley collector.  However, I have seen similar pieces selling for a lot less, for example, here's a trolley cast iron plate that sold for $32.88 last year:

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-1352127/Rare-Antique-Cast-Iron-Trolley-Car-Plate-Sign-Winona-MN-Late-1800s.html

Thanks for sharing.  Your antique trolley car sign is a piece of history and would be a valued addition to any trolley or even a train collector.






JoAnn Lloyd

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I have a pitcher/bowl set that was my mothers. Not sure of age. My mother had it a long time. She may have bought it at a yard sale. The pitcher is white. It is 12 inches high with a mouth opening of 5 inches. It is marked on the bottom as follows: RoyalStone China, Wedgewood & Co China. It has a coat of arms. It appears to have 2 "hash" marks of some kind. It has no cracks or chips, except on the very bottom rim a small hole wearing into it. The bowl is also RoyalStone Ironstone but is marked from Tompkinson Bros & Co. It also has a coat of arms and is stamped T.&.B.Co. Also appears good shape. No cracks,chips. Also have set of Noritake china, pattern is Carltonia. It was originally service for 8 but there are missing pieces. Dinner plate, salad plate, small bowl, coffee cup/saucer, sugar and creamer. Few chips. Just interested if any are of any value. I have been told they should be, but not sure. Thank you for your informatin.

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Working condition floor model phonograph

Submitted by: Terry
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Working condition floor model phonograph with records in paper sleeves.was told 80-100 years old or older. Would like to know what it is worth.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Terry,

Your 1920s era hand crank phonograph console is worth around $300-400 dollars.   Here are a couple of similar phonographs currently for sale:

http://www.fontecchio.net/products.php?product=BRUNSWICK-phonograph-1920%27s-console-Victorian-antique

http://krrb.com/posts/10248-vintage-1920s-solid-wood-phonograph-console-table








Garland Parlor Stove

Submitted by: etrag
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Found this old Garland stove while cleaning out my mom's garage. Can't find any info on it. No idea if it works. One of the back legs is coming off. But it looks really old and like it might be an antique. I can't tell if it says No. 20 G or C. Does anyone know if it is worth anything. It needs to be cleaned up, but I don't know how to do it.

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Etrag,

In1864 the Garland Line began in a small Foundry in Detroit, which grew to become the Michigan Stove company in 1873, and produced over 200 varieties of stoves under the name Garland. In 2008 Garland became part of Manitowoc Foodservice and are still manufacturing various Garland equipment today. Below is a link to the Garland history.

http://www.ehow.com/about_5367008_history-garland-stoves.html

Your Garland stove is worth between $375 and $500 depending on the condition for a Gas stove. The wood stoves sell for less. In 2010 a gas stove sold for $475 in an online auction another in 2011 sold for $380. In 2007 a wood burning stove sold for $10 but it was not in good condition.

Thanks,






G I Joe

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found my brothers G I Joe it has made in the U S A and the year 1964 on it can someone help me i have no idea what it is worth thank you

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Handmade metal & brass ( I believe ) spittoon I think

Submitted by: Robbie
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This is a handmade object consisting of 2 different types of metal. The first one forms the entire lower half . The neck is made of the other metal from where the neck and the body are joined. It looks to be brazed using brass rods and heat. The object is made of a very hard type of metal and I am unable to hit it or press it with my hands to make a dent. I believe I could stand on it, or drop it from 6 foot tall and there woouldn't leave much more than just minor scratches. The brass looking metal joins the other metal with joinery similar to the way a puzzle pieces join together. I am not sure how it happend or when it happened but the bottom was beaten until it caved in making a somewhat flat spot on the bottom . I assume so that it can be sat on the ground so it doesnt fall over. It is 155mm tall, 115mm wide side to side, and 110mm front to back. The neck is 60mm outside, 35mm inside the hole side to side.It is 13mm thick from inside hole to the outside of the hole. The neck is 40mm around. The little tabs that connects the two different pieces are 7-10mm long.

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Mother with child

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I have been unable to find or price this Hummel figure that was given to me many years ago. It is in fair condition, produced by Ars Sacra 1942 Herbert D.

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"The Empress Theodora and her Court Mosaico" framed

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This is marked on the back with an aged label that reads "The Empress Theodora and her court", as well as "MOSAICO DEL VI SEC. M.P. 804"...it is very worn and I may have not gotten some of the letters correctly. It is also stamped MADE IN ITALY. It is in a simple gold frame that is very worn but looks as if it might have been retouched a bit. It measures about 12 1/2" x 16 1/2". It's a bit heavy and looks almost like stone with the images imprinted on it...never saw this type of item or medium before. Can't find any info except the historical background and some tapestries. She was a Byzantine Empress married to Justinian and the original mosaic which is more colorful and detailed is in the Basilica at San Vitale, Italy. She seemed to be quite controversial and influential in her era. The picture itself seems to be in very good condition and details are intact. The back is an enigma as well and seems to be a brown paper bag color and looks like pieces of parchment or something pieced together. Any info you can give me as to what this is or its worth would be greatly appreciated. I purchased it in a little shop that couldn't provide me with any info on it whatsoever. I have never seen an Italian mosaic so I don't know if this is a print on a stonelike board or what...it does say "Mosaico" and "made in Italy" on back but I am stumped...I would like to resell it at some point. Thanks for any help you can give me.

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Bracelet from World War II - Peking in original box dated Nov. 1945

Submitted by: Bunny
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My father brougt home a beautiful bracelet from World War II with five sections, each with an insert of a picture. It is in the original box with label saying TEH LING CO., 117 MORRISON ST., PEKING TELEPHONE 5.4655. My father wrote November 1945 on the back of the box. Bracelet never worn.

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BOAT ANCHOR

Submitted by: Bill
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229A 216A LWT.30lb.A1 WARREN FDRY BR.JSL USN 1954 BOAT ANCHOR

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Atlantic

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My name is Jerry and I just acquired this old stove and I was wondering if you could tell me anything about it or give me some direction where to look. I found a tag on it that has "Atlantic" stamped on it. I would like to know what year and model also what its value is in its current condition, restored condition and retail also if you can give me any idea what it might cost to restore. I have more pictures I can send if you like. Thanks for any help you can give me

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JAPANESE VASA

Submitted by: ALFONSO
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This a Japanese vase, red ink signature, the seller said its have more than 150 year, its true?.

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Pal-Bell "Shabbat" Candlestick

Submitted by: John
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Single candle stick, not sure of metal used in construction. I would like to know its approximately value as well as the year made and any/all info that I can find about it. Thanks in advance for your help. The inscription around the bottom comes from Exodus 20 (10 commandments): “Remember to keep holy the Sabbath day”. The words around the logo. They are in English: PAL BELL CO. Ltd.

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Submitted by: Roger
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Blue and white vase. Approximately 24 inches tall and 9 inches in diameter. Has been a family heirloom for approximately 75 years.

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Vintage Drink Coca Cola Cherry Wood Wind up Chime Wall Clock

Submitted by: Melani
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It's a vintage Drink Coca Cola wind-up cherry woood wall clock . It has the key and chimes

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Cocoa cola collectables

Submitted by: Melani
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WE have misc. coca coa items .1991 coca cola bear with coke bottel, 3 coke trays and a tin, plastic coca cola snack tray with 8 dividers, misc.coke bottles:sprite, fresca, hires,SF 49ers,straw holder,1-6pk of 6.5 oz around the world series and 3-6pks of 6.5 oz world cup series also 3 cans: cherry coke, coke pop top and coca cola"Vive la senscion"

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Coca cola Super Bowl Commemorative Collectors Pins

Submitted by: Melani
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1-Original Super Bowl 25th Anniversary Pin Set 1967-1991 # 524 out of 1500 made 22NFL Super Bowl Coke World Championship Commemorantive Pin Set 1-Pro Fans-Coke Pin Set From 1994- 28th Super Bowl Limited Edition set 1-1990 NFL Super Bowl 24 pin Set 49ers Coca Cola Bottling Co San Fransico #420 out of 1200 made

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Barber Colman Fan

Submitted by: Charles
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Barber-Colman Company - Desk Fan 2 blade, brown. It works good. Has 2 small cracks on back but not missing any pcs. All orginial including cord.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Charles,

Your Barber-Colman fan is worth between $50-75 dollars.  Here's one currently for sale in that price range:

http://www.etsy.com/listing/98488840/vintage-barber-colman-barcol-table-fan-2






Walter Corey Slant Top Desk

Submitted by: Quality
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I recently came across a Walter Corey Slant Top Desk. It is in fair condition with newer hardware. I have no idea what it is worth. Please help..

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Bronze Statuette (Figurine)

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Hi all! My name is Victor. Please help me to understand! I do not know who the Author?, Title?, Country?, Cost? Submit your estimate of worth? Original bronze statue of "The Girl". Cast bronze, patina, painted colors. late 19th century??? - early 20th century??? Good condition. Dimensions: Height with base - 32cm. Base diameter - 9cm. Weight 1.5 kg.

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Marble and I believe dore brass rams head lamp

Submitted by: Jacque
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This lamp, I think, is a converted candelabra, I think it is dore brass or something like that, and pure white marble. It is very dusty and I'm afraid to clean it myself. I would like some idea of the value of such a piece. It's about 2 feet tall, very heavy, very old wiring. Not in prefect condition but definitely restorable. No cracks in the marble.

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quilt

Submitted by: christi
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i dont have any idea about quilts this belong to my grandmother can someonehelp me out please

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Baseball

Submitted by: christi
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hlep i have never seen a baseball like this

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Baby doll

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i have know idea about this doll it has a pull string on the back of its head when you pull it her head goes around and around

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Christi,

I believe what you have is a Thumbelina doll, one of the most popular dolls in the 1960's. The value can range anywhere from $10 to $150 depending on the style and condition of the doll.

Below are a few examples:

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-190646/vintage-ideal-baby-thumbelina-1967-doll-antique.html

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-529419/tiny-thumbelina-doll-old-antique14-inchescute.html

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-918705/sweet-baby-doll10-inch-ideal-thumbelina-in-a-minute--head-shakes.html

Check out the link below for Thumbelina dolls currently for sale.

http://vintageoldtoys.com/ideals-thumbelina-doll/

I simply loved the one I had as a child, I think I packed it up but I will have to look for it.

Thanks,






HUNTER POCKET WATCH

Submitted by: Beth
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PLEASE HELP .. HUNTER POCKET WATCH. H.RITZ. SWISS ACCURACY. ROMAN NUMERALS. CONDITION:NOT WORKING. PURCHASED AT A CLEARING SALE, SELLER STATES IT CAME OUT OF GRANDFATHER'S COLLECTION. NO KNOWN HISTORY.

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Gainsbourough

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Gainsbourough pattern in the little white house in Ga

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Gainsbourough

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Gainsbourough pattern in the little white house in Ga Good condition introduced in 1933

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1907 gun blade

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Bayonet -markings inprinted 1907, and thenrest are in pictures

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

From the markings and the photo you appear to have a British pattern Sanderson made bayonet which was used in both WWI and WWII.  Do you have the scabbard or just the bayonet?

These bayonets sell in the $85-160 dollar range, depending on condition.

 
http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-85070/antique-british-bayonet-enfield-1907-wwi-wwii-sanderson.html

http://www.jaybe-militaria.co.uk/british-pattern-1907-sanderson-made-bayonet-and-scabbard-1918-dated-re-marked-461-p.asp






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Songs of Love

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I think I have an original painting from M. Goodman.. It is black and white, The only marking on it are "M Goodman 89". I researched and found the title.."Songs Of Love". It has an antique wooden frame and the back has some kind of paper under wooden planks with nails. Am really curious about this. Cleaned out an estate home and have lots of Antiques from there. Any information would be helpful. Thank you

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Debi,

A lot of times the value of a art piece is in the framework. I don't know if what you have is an original or a print. In 2010 a color print of “Songs of Love” was valued at $150, replacement value was $250. It was in excellent condition with the original frame. Please see below:

http://www.eppraisals.com/UploadedImages/appimg_383563.JPG

Yours does show some damage, probably caused by the matting that was used around the painting. To preserve a painting you need to use what is called “Museum Mount”. The mat doesn't have the acid in it that eats into the art.

Here is one like yours not framed, selling for $8. It looks like it has more damage than the one in your picture.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Photograph-1890-Fred-H-Allen-The-Love-Song-painter-M-Goodman-/300772229352

Hope this helps,







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Found in my grandmothers attic in 1993. There are no identifying marks. It is in very good shape.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Your cast iron horse drawn toy ice cart is worth between $25-50 dollars.  Here are numerous similar toys that have sold in the past in that price range:

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-1067614/antique-cast-iron-horse-drawn-ice-wagon.html

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-977874/cast-iron-horse-drawn-ice-wagon.html

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-644196/vintage-cast-iron-horse-drawn-ice-wagon-great-shape-20s.html

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-548625/vintage-cast-iron-horse-drawn-ice-cart-rare-wagon-toy.html

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-264732/hubleyhorse-drawn-ice-wagon-original.html






RONA BRUCE

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Egyption necklace

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My mom and I were both given a peace from a two part collection. My mom had hers appraised or authenticated at the Philadelphia art museum. 2000bc.

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ladies compact new york worlds fair 1939

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I have a ladies new york worlds fair compact in good condition not powder puff but does have the mirror

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Doug,

Ladies compact from the 1939 new york worlds fair can range from $12 to $150 depending on the style. One exactly like your sold in 2006 for $93 and today would be estimated at around $105.

Thanks,






mitterteich Bavaria set

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14 piece mitterteich Bavaria set, with gold trimming and rose print, set includes 4 teacups, 1 large plate, 4 medium plates, 1 small plate, 1 large saucer, 1 medium saucer, 1 vase and 1 Royal Bavaria pitcher. 2 of the teacups and the small saucer are broken but the rest is in great condition

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Miche,

Complete 14 piece sets of Mitterteich Bavaria sell between $35 and $70 in excellent condition. The value of a set with broken pieces would just depend on the buyer.

Thanks,






Country scene

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Please help this painting was given to my grandparents back in the 1910-1920 era and I would like to get any information on who the artist etc. It is black and white and it is still in the original frame. they lived in Ontario.

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Olympia Brewing Co. box-crate

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Still in great condition, has a little wear and some staining on it.

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Garbe,

Your Olympia Brewing Co Wooden Box Crate estimated value is between $45 and $75 because it has been used. A used crate sold online for $45. see example below:

http://www.shopgoodwill.com/viewItem.asp?ItemID=11084493

A crate that was never used sold in an online auction in 2011 for $103.50

Thanks,






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Set of four glamalite tumblers with gold flex red; black; blue; and green. All are in very good condition.

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Shelly,

Your Glamalite Tumblers estimated value is $10 to $25. About 80% of the tumblers are sold in sets of 8 or more. In 2011 a set of 8 sold for $95 and also included the carrier, in 2008 a set of 4 sold for $14.99, in 2011 a set of 3 sold for $14.49.

There is also a set of 2 up for bid now, asking price is $5

http://www.ebay.com/itm/ANCHOR-HOCKING-FIRE-KING-2-GLAMALITE-TUMBLERS-/360603416086?

The price will depend on the condition and if you have a carrier.

Hope this helps,







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Warner antique baby carriage/stroller paint in good condition seat/top need reupholstered/repaired

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Warner antique baby carriage/stroller paint in good condition seat/top need reupholstered/repaired

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PRE-WAR GERMAN BLACK AMERICANA ASHTRAY,numbered and marked on bottom

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This is a small ashtray about 3.5 - 4 inches in diameter, from pre-war Germany per seller. It appears to be hand painted with a little 1 inch scratch on right back/thigh and paint cracking on right thigh at belly area. It has a serial number on bottom (above lip that's like bottom of a teacup saucer) of "RF 109/0" (last zero is a small 0). This was purchased on Ebay for $30.

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Peabody Stiggleman Co, North Manchester, Ind

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Peabody seating cast iron and wood school desk, initials carved into writing surface, gum stuck underneath, some rusting beginning on the legs, two boards have come apart from each other in the seat, mechanically it works fine, the seat raises and lowers, shelf board is missing

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Rebecca,

Your Peabody Stiggleman desk estimated value is $36 to $60

Below is an example of one that sold for $36.09 in 2010

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-128251/school-desk-1900-peabody-stiggleman-co.html

One also sold in 2007 in a online auction for $242.50 but was in excellent condition.

Thanks,






14 carat gold plated cigerette lighter

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Stamped "ARLINGTON " in small writing and stamped at the base "14 carat gold plated " it has spark (it used to work ) and the lighter is used in fair condition with just a few wear marks. any information would be appreciated.

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