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yosemite sam

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i need to know how much this is worth

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our navy magazines and another smash detective magazine

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I have some magazines that my great grandpa used to get when my great uncle was at war, would like to see how much they are worth

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world of fun zambezi zinger spoon

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Perfect condition still attached to backing and in plastic box. spoon never handled buy oils.I can't find memorabilia info any where. Could someone help?

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Copeland Spode England serving bowl

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This is a medium size bowl that is white with blue and burgundy edging Hand painted with roses on it- four roses on the corners and one large group of flowers in the middle - all pink with green leaves and touches Of blue. On the outside of the bowl are 4 smaller detailed roses Around each side. On the bottom of the bowl it says COPELAND sotafe? ( not sure of this word) Then it says SPODE ENGLAND

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Antique Copeland Spode serving bowl

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Antique serving bowl

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ANTIQUE ENGLISH SILVER PLATE (GOLDEN INSIDE) CLAM SHELL BUN WARMER. IN PERFECT WORKING CONDITION & TARNISHED SPOTS WHICH WERE NEVER POLISHED.

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Coca Cola 28 inches Hutch Display Bottle

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It is made of glass and measures 28". There are no signs of wear and it is in pristine condition. This is a big bottle which I believed is used like a store display. From what I know as well that this was only sold in the company store that can only be bought by employees between the '80s early '90s. This was made by the Beaumont Glass Co and they are no longer in business.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

You have a reproduction of a rare Hutchinson Coke bottle with Coca-Cola in script.  The layout of the lettering is higher on the reproduction than the original and the lettering is also larger. 

http://www.antiquebottles.com/coke/fame.html

Your reproduction coca cola bottle is worth between $1-20 dollars:

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-933333/2011-coca-cola-special-edition-vintage-hutchinson-bottle-125-years-anniversary.html





1958 zenith record player BP 8L

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I have a portable record player that works. It turn's, and plays music. Everything is intact. There is a slight hum sound you hear shortly after turning it on. Again its a Zenith, The model is BP 8-L. its 60 cyle, 45 Watts, and the Volts 117 AC. a similiar one can be found here http://audiokarma.org/forums/showthread.php?t=250215 does anyone know what it's worth?

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Rose,

Your 1958 Zenith portable record player is worth around $25-50 dollars, but it might be hard to find a buyer.  Record players from this era are fairly common and there isn't a huge market for them.

Always be careful plugging in vintage electronics, they didn't have the same UL (safety) codes back then and certain electrical components only last so long (capacitors).  Also, the insulation around wiring becomes dry rotted with age and doesn't provide the same level of insulation it once did.







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Towle

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T TOWLE EP 6981 11INCH OLD ENGLISH PATTERN SILVER PLATE

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Chinese Relief Carved Teak Jewelry Box

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I have a relief carved teak jewelry box that was brought back from Amoy, China in 1902 by a relative who was the Vice Consul there at the time. It has remained in my family ever since. It is lined with red velvet, and has a lift-out tray, also lined in red velvet. There is some Chinese writing on the outer box it came in, and also some writing on the bottom of the box itself. I have had no luck translating the writing. The dimensions are 4 3/4" x 5" x 8 3/4". It is in good condition, there is some wear and tear.

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Preston

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Bought this in 1980. Have looked all over the internet until my eyes bled. Replacements told me that it was art deco 1910-1930

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Replacements said is from 1910-1930. Green wreath with M in wresth, made in Japan and habd painted

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Church marching band drum

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Church marching band drum, San Francisco, CA., circa 1901.

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German lantern feuerhand red us pat. office nier

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great condition_us pat.office has a hand with flames has Nr.270 also made in germany is in english not german.

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Tomika,

Your Old FEUERHAND No. 270 German Kerosene Lantern realisticly is worth between $30 and $75. depending on condition. I have seen many for sale at auction asking up to $125. Please see below:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-Antique-Nier-Feuerhand-Firehand-Nr-270-Germany-Kerosene-Oil-Lamp-Lantern-/120936321965 asking $75

http://www.etsy.com/listing/97831421/rare-wwii-lantern-feuerhand-nr-270 asking $125.00

http://www.bonanza.com/listings/Rare-WWII-Lantern-Feuerhand-Nr-270-Germany-Circa-1940/74978401 asking $120

One sold in 2008 for $60, another in 2008 for $35 and in 2011 old sold for $20.50.

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Porcelain doll

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I do not have very much information on this doll. It was given to me when I was younger. The lady told me it was around 100 years old and that was about 12 years ago. I have not found any thing similar to it online and there are no visible marking on it. It has a porcelain head and hands, the feet are hard however covered in material. The dress does not have any valcro or buttons, it is sewn shut at the back. The body is soft, I'm not sure what it would be made of. There is no cracks or scratches in the doll however the high chair that the doll sits on looks like it may have been refinished or not original. The tray that sits on top looks older or possibly just not refinished.

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Empire Butler Desk

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Mahogany veneer beginning to chip in places. drawer/desk lining has been removed; replacement hinges have been used on drawer front to lower to desk use. dovetailed small desk drawers

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi,

Your Empire Butler Desk based on the condition you described is between $100-$500.

One in need of restoration sold for $425 in 2005, another sold for $89.88 in 2011.

One in excellent condition can bring over $3000

Below are a couple that are for sale now.

http://for-sale.yowcow.com/listing/21289380/

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Antique-1800s-SOUTHERN-American-Mahogany-Classic-BUTLERS-DESK-Reduced-/250943963980?pt=Antiques_Furniture&hash=item3a6d6d034c

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Billow

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The front plate looks handmade. I've been looking it up on the net but can't find anything about it. Any information would help! Thanks!

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President

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I am in possession of various antiques and/or collectibles. Contact me for specifics.

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1880's vintage mosaic cuff links

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Have a set of 1880's micro mosaic cuff links of Roman ruins Basillica,Pantheon,Roman Colosseum and one other with 2 Tall towers they have gold around them and all tiles are in good shape none missing or cracked. Would like some history or value.How should they be cleaned or should I. Can e-mail you a pic. Any help would be appreciated

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antique Bell

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Beautiful condition. 8" tall 5" wide at bell bottom. Embossed with 5-point stars around bottom & with either 1622 or 1822 and PURITAN added. Wooden handle maybe of mahogany. Heavy clapper and loud sound. Believe the bell may be bronze or brass.

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Children's leather hand-sewn shoes -- value?

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I found these at an estate sale in Massachusetts and curious of their worth-- if any.

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Nippon hand painted dessert plate

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I just received five dessert plates that say Nippon with some kind of logo that looks like a leaf above it, and the words Hand Painted to the right of it. They look to be dessert plates and are gold rimmed with a pink rose design. Wondering how much they could be worth, and if they are really Nippon.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Antique Nippon porcelain is very collectible but there are many fakes out there.  Here's a great page explaining how to help identify modern Nippon porcelain:

http://reviews.ebay.com/HOW-TO-TELL-FAKE-NIPPON-PORCELAIN-FROM-AUTHENTIC-NIPPON?ugid=10000000001250317

The modern Nippon producers have been making fakes since the 1970s, so even modern Nippon porcelain can be 30-40 years old.  You seem to have the \\\"Maple Leaf Nippon" mark which dates back to 1891 and was usually found in green, blue or magenta.  The original antique markers marked was normally around 1/4" high.  Known fake Maple leaf backstamps are roughly 1/2" high.  

As far as value, Nippon porcelain values are based on rarity and the quality of the piece.  I would say your Nippon porcelain plates are worth around $5-10 dollars a piece.

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-730533/6-nippon-dessert-plates-swan-flowers-gold-moriage-enamled-jewels-7.html

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-806278/nippon-hand-painted-plate-two.html






rare lamp signed

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Marked Italy, 16/643 V.I Braun bluish stamp a mark below the signature like a comma. Tier-on-tier ornate base with angels dancing in each frame blow standard smaller base. Vase shape has angels for ears, very long necks. One man and many women surrounded by active cherubs, swags of tiny roses and leaves, much gold striping, wrapping and detailing on figures, too many to count.

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Antique Brass Candlesticks with writing

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Please Help Pair of antique brass candlesticks, writing appears to be either Hebrew or Persian? Antiques dealer passed and a friend gave them to me. The base unscrews from bottom.Also appear to be hand hammered?Top unscrew to reveal a small hole to push wax out. Any help on Origin/Age/Value would be much appreciated, Thank you for your time, Jacki I cannot get the pictures to upload, please email me and I will send you the pictures I have

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Hoop Skirt Frame

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This is an antique Hoop Skirt Frame. Waist size is about 20 inches. Has original clasp for waist, but other side of waist tape is frayed. From 1800s?

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Your hoop skirt frame (crinoline) appears to be from the Victorian era and is worth between $350-450 dollars. 

Here are few similar hoop skirts currently for sale:

http://www.victorianelegance.com/lingerie.html
Victorian Antique Crinoline that sold for $310 dollars






Chusan C.E.&M. Vase from Burslem, England 1873-1903

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This is an antique vase with an asian design on two sides. It is ceramic and has the C.E.& M. (Cork, Edge & Malkin) stamp on the bottom with the designation B indicating that it was made in Burslem (Straffordshire) England between 1873-1903. Vase is in good condition with some wear on the lip of the spout.

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Antique table

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I have a doten dunton desk co table with six chair model m61 color 210, want to know how much it's worth

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hermonicap

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Bedroom Suite

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Cabinet by Alfred Assid Antique Bedroom Suite w/ mirror Antique Table ALL MINT CONDITION

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Occupied Japan southwest figure

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In perfect shape, no chips no color loss

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Marge,

Your southwest girl wearing a sombrero made in Occupied Japan figurine is worth between $10-20 dollars.

I've never seen that exact figurine, but similar figurines that were made in Occupied Japan typically sell in that price range.

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-677853/girl-with-bunny-figurine-made-in-occupied-japan-375-1940s.html

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-114221/occupied-japan-man-with-sombrero-figurine.html






Silver Plate: "Rosalie - Wm Rogers - 4553"

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Silver Plate "Rosalie - Wm Rogers - 4553"

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Jan

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I have a set of figurines left by my grandmother. They are numbered on the back, hard to read but looks like 2610. I would like to know what they are worth.

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China Cabinet

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Empire Oak China Cabinet w/beveled glass & mirror, was told it was made in the 1800s Manufactured By: J.B Van Sciver, Camden, NJ size: h 75 1/2" w 41 1/2" Materials: Oak, beveled glass, and mirror Condition: Excellent

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Antique Tucketts Abbey Pocket Tobacco Tin

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Hello. I have two tins, one is a Forest and River tin which I can find lots of information on. This Tucketts Abbey tin however I can find almost no information on, and the only one I can find for sale is 100$ and it is not in very good condition. The tin I have is in quite good condition as in the pictures, and I would like to know if it is as rare as it seems in this condition. Thank you in advance for your help.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Wow, your Tobacco tin is in great shape!  The book value on this collectible is $200 dollars and considering the condition of yours, I would say it's value is in the $150-225 range.

Here's another one in similar condition currently for sale in Canada for $150 Canadian dollars:

http://montreal.kijiji.ca/c-acheter-et-vendre-art-objets-a-collectionner-Antique-Tucketts-Abbey-Pocket-Tobacco-Tin-W0QQAdIdZ467239930






WHERE AND WHAT IS IT?

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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,

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Duncan Phyfe Leather Top Coffee Table

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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.

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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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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