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Fisherman

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On the bottom of this Bossons item it has Fisherman 1990 Bossons England written on it. On the back it is stamped Bossons Congleton England.I think the item is in really good shape.

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Patricia,

Your Fisherman bossoms is estimated between $30 and $80.

Below are a couple of examples:

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-56069/excellent-rare-bossons-bosson-fisherman-1990-fishing.html

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-56999/vintage-bosson-chalkware-head-fisherman-with-tag.html

The below link is one that sold for $280 hand painted still in box.

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-104940/bossons-fisherman--specially-painted-mint-in-box.html

Thanks,







Copeland Spode Heron Multicolour

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I have a Spode Sugar Bowl to sell and am having a real problem trying to find an example to get an idea for a price. Would someone be able to point me in the right direction. Sugar Bowl details as follows Copeland Spode England Heron Number 616247 Canadian Pacific Steamships Limited I would be really grateful for any help Kind regards Gill Iles

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antique knife and prong set

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antique set one with knife and the other is either a fork or a two prong instrument. the exterior cases are all engraved and is very good condition

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Tall standing Brass Oil Lamp

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Its a coverted Oil lamp, its been in teh family since about 1947. Its Brass, very heavy. Has a stamp on teh bottom saying E&Co and there are the numbers 1317 I just want to find out if this is actually worth anything, where it comes from, maybe some history?

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Spice cabinet

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Spice cabinet w/louvered doors, brass hinges and porcelain knobs. Number "14" stamped on the top edge of one of the doors. Purchased in Leesburg, VA. About 12" high

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Charles

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I don't know what this is called.I know there's another name for it than a pitcher.It's in good shape except one small place on it.It looks like it's a tiny chip above the stem.

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high quality lighter PENGUIN no. 12531 OKINAWA 1955

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Johnny,

Penguin lights typically sell in the $10-20 dollar range, unless they're an advertising piece or something unusual.

Penguin Lighters

Your lighter probably looks something like this one, which is typical of the 1950s style:

1950s advertising lighter by penguin







Anart Vase

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I am not able to find very much about this vase. It has the Arnart sticker on the bottom of it and the makers mark of two arrows crossing with the number 7526. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Mike,

Arnart is a large importer of porcelain collectibles, here's a great link to a little history about Arnart markers marks:

Arnart marks

Your porcelain vase is worth around $50-75 dollars.  






Hummel Figurine

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Hi, my mother just gave me the girl bookworm bookend. Very cute. I googled it and saw other ones that looked similar but still different. My girl has the orange polka dotted bib and orange bow in hair to match but the picture book she is looking at is not colored(the duck and flower)and other parts of her are not as colorful as the others. On the bottom it has the blue V with little bee in it(I think it is a bee, very small and hard to see) and says Western Germany under it and to the right. It has 14/B engraved and under that has a hole plugged with a plastic plug being a little smaller than a dime. Sorry I don't know how to take photos and uploading etc. But I am wondering if rare, the age and the estimated price? THANK YOU

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VINTAGE DISNEY LUNCH BOX

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I HAVE A WOODEN, RED IN COLOR LUNCH OR CHILDRENS BOX W/ WALT DISNEY CHARACTERS DECOR ON THE FRONT W/ MICKEY MOUSE, DONALD DUCK AND PLUTO RIDING A TRAIN, AND AT THE BACK W/ DONALD DUCK. ALSO IS LABELED (COPYRIGHT WALT DISNEY PRODUCTIONS). i ESTIMATE ITS AGE EARLY 30'S......? CAN ANYONE PLEASE HELP IN A APPRAISEL OR MORE INFO? THANK YOU

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Whats up Jerzy!

Any Disney collectible from the 1930s is very valuable!  You didn't upload a photo or mention the condition of your disney collectible, but if your 1930s Disney lunch box is in good or excellent condition, it would be worth at least $500-1000 or more.  In poor condition or really not from the 1930s, it would be worth quite a bit less.






Antique box

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I have this Antique box. I purchased this box from a friend whom bought it over 30 years ago at a garage sale. I am wondering how much it is worth and all details about it if possible.

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Wedgewood glass and bowl set

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This set includes 6 glasses and 1 bowl, they are from the 60's, possibly earlier. There are no visible markings that I can see on it, my mother just knows that they are wedgewood. Not sure if there is a specific place I should look for any maker markings? They are in excellent, possibly mint, condition. Thank you for your time! For some reason this web site won't let me or give me a selection to upload pictures. Could you send me a link or email that I could send them to you through? Thank you

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Hillcrock Pottery

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Hillcrock Pottery by Mary & Edwin Scheir, Glade Spring Va., 1939? 5.75" tall, Pitcher shape w/ handle Decorated, both sides Etched Flower arrangement, 3 flowers in a pot. Hand painted in 2 Shades of blue & brown, beige background.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Kelly,

Art prices are very subjective, however, the pottery of the late Mary and Edwin Scheier was top notch and very valued in the pottery community.  I've seen plates that have sold for as little as $40 dollars and bowls in the range of $750-850 dollars.

The value of your Scheier pottery would depend on the style and finding a buyer who just falls in love with it.  Mary and Edwin made pottery from 1939 to their deaths in 2007 & 2008.  Unless your piece is marked with the year, it could be made anytime in that range.

Sight unseen I would estimate your Scheier pitcher shaped pottery is worth between $750-1250 dollars.

http://antiquesandthearts.com/Antiques/CoverStory/2011-09-20__13-31-02.html

http://www.the-forum.com/pottery/PGPOTTER.HTM

http://www.icollector.com/Lot-042-Scheier-Pottery_i220777

https://secure.skinnerinc.com/asp/fullcataloguese.asp?salelot=2202+++++185+&refno=++494438








primus 210 stove

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it was dated 1956

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Paul,

Your Primus 110 camping stove is worth between $175-200 dollars.  Here are numerous similar stoves that have sold in the past:

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-56451/antique-primus-number-110-stove-by-irace-mark-sweden.html

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-26233/primus-no96-stove--optimus-.html

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/index.php?main_page=documents&content=search&s=primus&c=&sort=SoldPriceDesc.html






BEAUTIFUL 19th C ASIAN JAPANESE SATSUMA JAR WITH COVER

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THIS JAPANESE JAR IS FANTASTICALLY HAND PAINTED ON GOLDFIELD PORCELAIN AND IS IN MUSEUM QUALITY CONDITION. IT IS AN EXCEPTIONAL PIECE. NO CHIPS, NO CRACKS, NO RESTORATIONS, NO WEAR TO GILDING, NO WEAR TO PAINTING. THE MEASUREMENT IS APROX. 14.75" HIGH TO TOP OF LID AND 7.35" IN DIAMETER AT ITS WIDEST. IT IS MARKED ON THE BASE WITH A SATSUMA MON, SHIMATSU MARK AND IN JAPANESE CHARACTERS THE NAME OF THE ARTIST. HOWEVER I DO NOT KNOW WHO THE ARTIST WAS, WHERE IT WAS MADE (PREFECTURE), WHCIH KILN IT WAS MADE AND WHAT IT WAS USED FOR. IT APPEARS IT IS A MILLE FLEUR VASE BUT THEN IT COULD ALSO BE A TEMPLE JAR. THERE APPEARS TO BE A STORY ON THE GOLD PANELS WITH SOME JAPANESE WRITING OF WHICH I'D LOVE TO KNOW WHAT THE WRITING MEANS. THERE ARE DIFFERENT ILLUSTRATIONS ALONG THE BODY OF THE JAR WITH CALLIGRAPHY FRAGMENTS FROM THE "100 POETS ANTHOLOGY" BY HON'AMI KOETSU. WRITTEN IN A FLOWING, CONNECTED SOSHO STYLE ACCOMPANIED BY DIFFERENT JAPANESE CHARACTERS SEATED IN DIFFERENT POSITIONS. I AM NOT SURE FROM WHAT PERIOD IT ORIGINATES FROM EDO?, MEIJI?, TAISHO? I ALSO WOULD LIKE TO KNOW AN APPROXIMATE VALUE FOR THE ITEM FOR INSURANCE PURPOSES. ATTACHED ARE 10 IMAGES FOR YOUR EVALUATION. THE ITEM IS NOT FOR SALE. THANK YOU. IN THE MEANTIME I AM WAITING FOR YOUR RESPONSE. THANK YOU AND KIND REGARDS

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Ralph,

We did not receive the photos you said were attached. So I don't know if you have Genuine Satsuma Porcelain or imitation Royal Satsuma. The estimated value for Genuine Satsuma is from $500 to $3000. The estimated value for imitation Royal Satsuma is from $20 to $300

Below is a link that will allow you to determine what kind of Satsuma you have

http://www.squidoo.com/SATSUMAPORCELAIN






gravy boat rosenthal 10 rosen

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Kgal4,

Your Rosenthal gravy boat estimated value is $40 to $130 depending on style, print and/or trim color.







Figurines , Lenwile China, Ardalt

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Figurines , Lenwile China, Ardalt, 6457A and 6457B, Man & Woman , approx 20" and 21",OOccupied Japan , Hand painted.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Roger,

Occupied japan figurines very greatly in price, however, your pair are pretty unique in the fact they're so large!  I would estimate your occupied japan man and woman figurines to be worth between $120-300 dollars.

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-630761/porcelain-figurines-2-large-15-vintage-occupied-japan-ww11-ardalt-hand-painted.html

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-453129/occupied-japan-ardalt-lenwile-porcelain-statue-large.html

http://atlantaantiquegallery.com/c-64814-porcelain-and-ceramics-occupied-japan.html






Antique and vintage salt and pepper shakers

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Julie,

Your various salt and pepper shakers are worth around $5-10 dollar a pair or $60-120 for all of them.  They're more valuable to sell them individually, rather than all together, but it would obviously take longer and be more work.

Here are numerous examples of similar salt and pepper shakers that have sold in the past:

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/index.php?main_page=documents&content=search&s=salt%20and%20pepper%20shakers&c=&page=3

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-85930/josef-originals-salt-and-pepper-shakers-flowered-frogs.html

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-486329/occupied-japan-spotted-cats-salt-and-pepper-shakers.html

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-722772/junk-drawer-salt-and-pepper-shakers-vintage-estate-sale-lot-of-30.html

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-544850/made-in-occupied-japan-salt-and-pepper-shakers-14-sets.html

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-256918/vintage-occupied-japan-goose-salt-and-pepper-shakers.html

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-264961/occupied-japan-bonzo-dog-salt-and-pepper-shakers.html






Dolls

Submitted by: Rebecca
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Found these in a suitcase and a box the clothes ar stappled to them so you cant look at them without taking the clothes off the eyes are sleepy eyes the legs do not bend and they are attached at joints with like rubberbands or something

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BETSY ROSS SALAD MAKER

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Hi We found a Betsy Ross salad maker under my boyfriends sink and we were just curious to find out any information about it because I havent been able to locate ie on the internet at all!! Any informatin would be great and we would like to find oout if we should hld on to it if it could be worth something!

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Sarah,

I saw the appraisal you received on instappraisal.  I'd have to agree with Lovejoy, although your Betsy Ross salad maker is pretty unique, its not worth more than $10 or 20 dollars.  I would say your Betsy Ross salad maker is from the late 1970s, given the theme of the piece.

Thanks for sharing!  You do have a unique collectible, unfortunately, it's probably not worth too much.









reuge swiss musical movement doctor zhivago lara's theme triangle on legs

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My mom got it in 1970 from an old abandoned house so it has to be older than that. We were just curious how much its worth

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Your swiss made music box is worth between $50-125 dollars.  Here's a similar one that sold for $90 dollars:

SWISS MARQUETRY INLAID TABLE WITH MUSIC BOX

And here's another similar piece that sold for $50 dollars:

Inlaid, Period-Style Music Box table, Italian







Religious Fraternal Sword

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Searching the internet, found this e-mail address and was hoping to get some information on this sword that I purchased at an estate auction. I have attached some pictures, if you can / do assist with these types of request. Some of the pic's are of the sword in a brown leather case. The sword also has a scheath that fits over the blade, as pictured.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Michele,

Your fraternal religious sword with leather case is worth around $100-150 dollars.  Here's a similar fraternal sword that sold for $100 dollars:

Fraternal Short Sword with Leather Case






western electric company/

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Some sort of phone/maybe in coal mines or railroad

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Am I looking at the insides of the same railroad / coal mine phone you previously submitted???

Anyway, I would give this phone the same appraisal as the other one.  $50-100 dollars in its current rough condition.






western electric phone

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I think this is either an old railroad phone or maybe used in the coal mines.It has a crank handle,a switch/knob on top to switch back and forth betweem ring and talk/pat'd in usa july 17 1894. Not great condition.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Debra,

Your railroad or coal mine phone looks pretty rough.  I would say its worth around $50-100 dollars in its current condition.  In fully restored condition, it would probably sell in the $200-300 dollar range.






coca cola bottle mold

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brass or bronze bottle mold

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Keith,

Coca Cola bottle molds typically sell in the $1000 dollar range for the pair.  They don't come up for sale very often, so you might be able to get a little bit more of them, if you find the right buyer.






Porcelain Bavaria Rosenthal

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Large floral Vase with bowl smaller vase with same designs sugar also with same designs all four in top condition

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sugar bowl

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this floral sugar bowl is in good condition

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vases

Submitted by: Marie
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these two vases are the same paterns as the sugar bowls and plate in good condition

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plate

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this plate belong with the larger vase it is also in good condition

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Mark

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This is the mark on the back of these group of Bavarian porcelain

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Ukagco china

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This tea pot is in beautifull condition with floral paterns

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Royal tri ever

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This lace plate is beautifull with pink roses

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WALT DISNEY WORLD TENCENNIAL COMMEMORATIVE PLATE-1981

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This item is in absolute pristine condition! It has never even been out of its wrapper! Mint to the fullest extent of the word.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Jacob,

Your Walt Disney World Tencennial Commemorative plate from 1981 is worth roughly $150-250 dollars.  Here's another one in similar condition currently up for sale:

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=120&products_id=2591&zenid=mh04sts3cad6ce2t1fmgm5a212

They originally wanted $270 dollars for the plate but the dealer hasn't sold it yet and they are now asking $150.

WALT DISNEY WORLD TENCENNIAL COMMEMORATIVE PLATE-1981








Japenese dolls

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Six Japenese antique dolls,museum quality .

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Tara,

Your Japanese antique dolls estimated value is $25 to $350 depending on the type of doll. Classic Japanese dolls are still being produced today and can be very costly even more than an antique doll of the same quality. Below are a few examples:

http://www.sulit.com.ph/index.php/view+classifieds/id/7143776/Antique+Japanese+dolls+2nd+hand

http://www.sulit.com.ph/index.php/view+classifieds/id/7460927/JAPANESE+DOLL

http://www.sulit.com.ph/index.php/view+classifieds/id/5040961/For+Sale+Japanese+Dolls+P1000+each+assorted+colors+avail+4112763








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universe brass lighter

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I have this lighter my Dad had when he was in the military and I believe he said he bought it in Japan while he was over there. I am trying to find out more info on this lighter as well as appraisal

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appraisal help

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I have several items I have run accross going through a barn on my property and would like to know what they are worth and more info on them

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Toys

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these are other items I have found in the barn on my property I would like to know about them and their appraisal thank you all so much

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Douglas,

The Vintage WOLVERINE ARITHMETIC QUIZ Tin Toy Game VGC estimated value is $20 to $30. One sold in an online auction in 2011 for $19.99

The Sewing Machine is valued between $8 and $50. I can't tell by the picture exactly what kind you have. The value varies depending on if it is battery operated or not. The battery operated has a higher value.

If you can load a clearer picture of the other toys I will be happy to give you an estimated value. 

Old toys are nice to have but unfortunately a high percentage of them are not very valuable.


Thanks for sharing, it's like a blast from the past






metal toys

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just more toys I have found in the barn

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Antique Cast Iron Boston Terrier Dog Doorstop

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Antique Cast Iron Boston Terrier Dog Doorstop. Good Cond.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Roger,

Your cast iron Boston Terrier doorstop appears to be manufactured by Hubley during the early 1900s and is worth between $75-200 dollars.  I think yours might have been repainted.

Here are similar cast iron doorstops that are either currently for sale or have sold in the past:

Antique Hubley cast iron Boston Terrier doorstop

Vintage large 10 inch cast iron boston terrier doorstop

CAST IRON Hubley Doorstop Boston terrier

c1900 Hubley cast iron Boston Terrier doorstop






Bisque SAJI Kewpie on accordian

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SAJI bisque angel Kewpie on accordian. Painted with gold trim. I think it is from 1940-50s. It is in great shape! No chips, no cracks, no crazing. I have NEVER seen another one like this. Bottom is 2.5 x 2.5 inches and is 4 1/4 inches tall. Decal on bottom says.... SAJI Japan FINE CHINA

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Joy,

Your bisque SAJI porcelain kewpie is worth around $10-20 dollars.  China marked with SAJI Japan Fine China marking was manufactured in Nagoya, Japan, circa 1950-70, so its not quite as sold as you thought, but still fairly old.





antiques n trintkets

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cant find any infomation on my vintage ceramic playboy bunny figurine. she is sitting legs crossed yellow outfit and blonde hair,real bunny ears has a number stamped on underside

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Shannon,

Your vintage ceramic playboy bunny figurine has an estimated value of $5 to $10. A similar set of figurines was sold in 2011 for $20.50 in a online auction.






Ardalt Lenwile China Lamp Base

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Lenwile China lampbase made in occupied Japan AA Ardalt. 23 inches tall hand painted in excellent condition.

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Rare Jaeger Le Coultre illuniated Globe Table Clock on a J FOREST chrome & black marble base

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A magnificent unique vintage Jaeger LeCoultre illuminated Globe Table Clock on a J Forest chrome and black marble base. The globe diameter is c200mm. It comes complete with the original two flex cable and 2-pin plug. There is a mark on the globe,where it looks like someone has tried to clean it. There is no damage to the map, or globe, just a a patch showing the original colour. This can easily be resolved with a professional clean. See photos.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Your rare Jaeger Le Coultre illuminated Globe Table Clock is worth around $4000-5000 dollars.

Here's a similar one that sold for $4250 dollars

Jaeger Le Coultre illuniated Globe Table Clock





Early 20th Century Vintage Hutschenreuther Nude Girl talking to Pelican

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A beautiful vintage Hutschenreuther porcelain figurine, dating back possibly to pre WW2. The Nude Girl talking to a Pelican is a rare Hutschenreuther, especially this painted version. It still contains its original brown/maroon shield shaped label, with hand-written number, 1687134. The blue/green inscription on the base depicts the lion above the letters 'L.H.S., in an oval shape, with the words Hutschenreuther and Selb on top, and Germany and Kunstabteilungunderneath. There is also the artists initials SK. There is slight damage to the lower left leg, but can be easily repaired with the right tools.Photos show all.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Tony,

You have a beautiful porcelain figurine! Your Pre-WWII Hutschenreuther nude girl talking to pelican figurine is rare and worth around $500-600 dollars. Here are a couple of similar figurines that have sold in the past:

Hutschenreuther Kunstabteilung Selb Porcelain girl pelican figurine

Hutschenreuther Porcelain Figure of a Girl with Pelican

Antique Hutschenreuther porcelain figurine Pelican Nude perfect 8.75" pre WWll

Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Tony,

One figurine like the one you have sold for $381.51 in 2008.






Vintage Cut Crystal Table Lamp Early 20th Century

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A beautiful early 20th Century cut glass crystal table lamp, in two halves. Comes complete with original 2 core flex and 2-pin plg, and simple brass fitments. The lamp stands c300mm high, the bottom stand diameter is c200, and the top diameter is c230mm. A delightful fully functioning table lamp, making a wonderful centrepiece attraction.

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Blue and white Ming Dynasty plates, Imari plates, Celadon plates.

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1885 Singer Sewing Machine

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Complete with Owners Manual/like new

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Debbie,

You would think your 1885 sewing machine would be very valuable, but Singer produced literally millions of these machines, and just about any family that could afford one back then, owned one.  There are still many that have survived to this day.  There are exceptions, like some very rary early machine and the featherweight models, but in general a sewing machine like yours would be valued in the $100-300 dollar range.







Donatello - J. C. H. Parker

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I have several pieces of Donatello pottery, several saucers of 2 different sizes, teacups, sugar bowl and creamer, salt shakers and a small oblong tray. I've searched extensively on the Internet and haven't found this exact pattern. The pattern appears to be cherry blossoms or plum blossoms or possibly apple blossoms. On the back, in addition to the normal Rosenthal logo, it has J. C. H Parker on it. I would like to know if this is a rare pattern, since I've found none like it at all and also the value. Thank you very much. Steve Moody

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