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I am not sure if the information I was given on this item was true or correct. I love the piece, but just have no idea what it is worth. When open, it has an area at the top on each side that I was told was for hats. It also has drawers too. I was told it came over from New England at the turn of the 17th Century. ??

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Castle Skeleton key

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can i send a picture of my castle skeleton key and see how much it is worth and many find out more about it

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Estimated Value submitted by AntiquesNavigator.com Staff

Hi Jessi,

Your castle skeleton key is worth $10-20 dollars.  Unfortunately, it's in pretty bad condition.  It appears someone cleaned your key using either a abrasive brush or sanding blasting because the second photo you submitted shows excessive wear and a very rough surface finish. 

Thanks for sharing and good luck.





Rosenthal Steeple Chase horse-early

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I am looking for pricing or directions on where to find value for an early rosenthal steeple chase horse. I am not sure on the exact age but I do know it was something that my great grandmother passed to me and it was her mothers. It is a bay and in near perfect condition. No chips paint missing breaks...I have no access to upload and picture other than my cell phone but if you would like a picture let me know and I can send you one through the phone

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Beer Stein

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THE STEIN HAS SOLDIERS FACES ALL AROUND IT AND FIGURES THAT LOOK LIKE ROYALTY AND IT IS TRIMMED IN GOLD. THE STEIN IS 15 1/2" TALL AND 8" WIDE INCLUDING THE HANDLE. IT IS IN GOOD CONDITION. THE STEIN CAME FROM THE ESTATE OF A LOCAL ATTORNEY. CAN YOU TELL ME ANYTHING ABOUT ITS ORIGIN OR HISTORY AND VALUE? THANK YOU

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Copper Cup - Saucer - Spoon Set

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I have a solid copper cup with saucer and spoon. There appear to be from Butte Montana Copper mines. I have found information (no dates) of the spoon but not the cup - saucer or as a set. The cup is about 2" tall so not full size and not a miniature. Any assistance would be appreciated. Thanks for your help I really appreciate any information.

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chelsea navy clock

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This clock was given to my father when he was in the Navy,back in the mid 1950's. He called it the seven day clock. There are no sereal numbers anywhere on the clock. It still has the key,and works perfect.

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Medical Device_A.S. Aloe & Company

Submitted by: Angie
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Hi there, I came across an old lamp at a thrift store and bought it out of curiosity but can't locate any details regarding it's use or origin. It is manufactured by A.S. Aloe & Company and that's about all I know. I am attaching 3 photos below. I wish I could offer more info but that is all I have been able to find. Thank you very much! Respectfully, Angie Boettcher

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Anson pocket knife

Submitted by: Lissa
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925 sterling silver vintage pocket knife and screw driver. In very good condition. Blade stamped with latima itally and marked with "Sterling" and "A_son" (the "N" is worn off) near the clip on it

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Vintage soda machines

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I have a SelVend S-47 embossed 7up machine. It is a working machine and vends correctly. Paint and decals are good and there is no dents or rust. Completely original. Can you give me a price range? Regards, Peter

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Estimated Value submitted by AntiquesNavigator.com Staff

Hi Peter,

I would estimate the value of your antique 7up soda vending machine at around $500-750 dollars. 

Antique 7up soda machine for sale (SOLD)

When it comes to vending machine, its all about condition and obviously yours would be worth considerably more in fully restored condition.





Egyptian Bronze Statues By Emile Louis Picault

Submitted by: Tracie
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Spectacular paired Egyptian Revival cold painted and gilt bronze sculptures of royal figures by Emile Louis Picault, signed by "Picault" in the casting. Thay are an Egyptian High Priest and a scribe. The High Priest is Hierogrammate and the scribe is Pastophore. On original marble plinths, all implements intact. Each of the rear bronze figures measure 29.75 inches high and is in excellent condition.

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frigidaire range model J-60

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frigidaire range model J-60 great/working conition, how much would it be worth

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swiss caravelle watch/alarm 7 jewel

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Burl Walnut veneer Mirror

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Hello We purchased this mirror at a flea market in Maine for 50 dollars. There are no markings on it, so we have no idea who made it or anything about it at all. We know it's burl walnut veneer with a gold painted medallion at the top. Can you tell us anything at all about this piece?? Thank you for your time

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Vintage ad icon

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I have been told by many in the field that this is a familiar item. It was purchased at an estate sale. However, no one can give me any details as to what company used this iconic design. It is papier maiche and made by the Old King Cole Company Canton OH as stamped on its back.

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Roper Charm Stove/ Oven

Submitted by: Jacob
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My wife ad I recently bought a house with a Roper Charm stove and oven. The house was a parade of home in the 1960' so I am assuming the stove and oven is a 1960's model. Two of the burners work, the fan above the oven work, but we can't get the oven to work. Good condition with a little damage near the fan. I do have a model number if that helps.

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Dunhill Lighter c. 1900

Submitted by: Bill
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This is a Dunhill lighter from around 1900. It has an oriental design which appears to be porcelain. The lighter itself is pure silver and has never been used. This lighter has never even had fluid put into it.

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1910 (10 gal Crock) Superior Butter Churn

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I inherited a 1910 Superior Butter Churn (10 gal Crock) and was wondering what the value of it is? There are no cracks or chips and is in perfect working order, I know there was only a few made. I am not a dealer, if someone could help me value it I would like to sell it.

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Estimated Value submitted by AntiquesNavigator

Your 1910 Superior Butter churn is worth $1200-1500 dollars.   Here's a similar one that sold for $1375 dollars:

Butter Churn Superiors 1910 patent





Asian Lamp

Submitted by: Trey
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I dont know much about it, it has a carved wood base and is hand painted. There are no markings anywhere except on the sockets which say Leviton patented 250W 250V. Any information would be greatly appreciated as I have taken it to a few different antique dealers and they could not tell me anything except its probably from around the 30's.

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1900 german clock

Submitted by: Michael
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My clock is about 36inches from the top to the bottom it has several shades of wood from really dark to light color. All the gass seems to be original and intacted . This clock has two holes to wind it and it does have a working chime it does keep time too. I really don't know the age but I think it would be in the 1800s the key that I have looks like the original

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3iv

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I have an old iv bottle fair condition has measerments on it

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Tammy,

These are fairly common.  Antique IV bottles usually sell for around $20-30 dollars.

Antique IV bottles





GOLDEN STAR Cast Iron

Submitted by: Rebecca
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Large cast iron piece marked "Golden Star" across the front. This has holes on the flat back for hanging. There are 2 hinged doors on the bottom and 1 hinged door on the top center with opened slat like areas in the front. This piece was found in an abandoned farmhouse in southern Wisconsin but there are no other marks or explanations to the use or to the maker. No one is able to tell me what this was used for or how it was used, or the age. I have paid a few "experts" for information without any results.

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The Gleaners Print

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I purchased this large print, which looks to be from around 1890 - 1910? The frame is somewhat damaged in the corners, but is gold and ornate. It is signed in pencil "The Gleaners" and then J. Millet...however I know it is not an original Millet signature. I have not found any marks to date this and wondered if there was any way to tell when the print may have been produced and what the value may be.

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Estimated Value submitted by AntiquesNavigator.com

Hi Maggie,

Your print is a reproduction of the original artwork by Jean Francois Millet.  It's worth around $100 dollars.  There are probably 100s of these prints in existence and there's no reason more couldn't be made.

Here's another dealer selling a similar print:

Jean Francois Millet The Cleaners Litho Print





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Submitted by: Stephen
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Small condiment cup, silver plate by Wallace Bros.

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Baccarat Harcourt Crystal Decanter

Submitted by: Richard
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Hi There, I have come across what I believe to be a Baccarat Harcourt Crystal Decanter but I am unable to verify this, My item is etched with initials at the base and on the stopper but no makers maer (I understand pre 30's no marks were used). Could you tell me if there is a chance I have a genuine article or have I got a fake? Thanks Richard

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coca cola

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75th anniversary sundblom santa. coke bottles trail blazer championship 1977 coke bottles

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Estimated Value submitted by AntiquesNavigator Staff

The 75th anniversary sundblom santa coke bottles sell for a couple dollars a piece.

Sundblom Santa Coke bottles

The 1993 Coke bottle commemorating the Portland 1977 Trail Blazer championship is worth $9-10 dollars.  Here's one currently for sale for $9.50:

1993 Coca Cola 1977 Portland Trailblazer NBA champs bottle

 





Please help identify bronze signature

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I have recently bought a 20 inch high bronze sculpture of elephant heads temple to temple. The item is high quality solid bronze weighing over 13kg, I can not identify the signature. Help :-)

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Cat made of clay

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Wallace Bros. Siver Plate Chocolate Pot

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Estimated Value submitted by AntiquesNavigator.com

Hi Stephen,

Without a photo, its really hard to know exactly what you have, but a couple of weeks ago a Wallace Bros silver plate chocolate pot went up for auction with a starting bid of $9.99 and didn't sell:

Wallace Bros Silver

If you pot looks similar to one shown on the previous link, it might have a value in the same range.







belgique apron

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doll has a wooden head/female with an apron that stiched with Belgique.

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Russian Porcelain and Cloth Doll

Submitted by: Maria
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The doll is 16" tall and has porcelain face, hands and feet and the rest is a soft, stuffed material. In very good condition. How old and valuable might this doll be?

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Japanese? Landscape/Scenic Watercolour Painting

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Am not sure if this is antique or if it is even Japanese, though I have a strong inclination to think it is based on the sound of the signed name...although it isn't completely identifiable to me (am not sure if it is a two part name or full name...?). Would love to know if this is a known artist and it's possible value. Do not want to sell it because I am quite attached but would love to know more about it if possible. Measures 21" by 16" (matted) and framed.

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Flower Shaped Dishes with Ruffled Edges

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These dishes have been in the family for 66 years. They have no markings on them at all so I do not know who the maker is. They look like delicate flowers and are pink and blue. There are some chips here and there on the edges. Does anyone have any idea what they might be worth?

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Antique sofa & chair - Help please!

Submitted by: Gretchen
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I have an antique sofa & matching chair. I am wanting to find out some information about them. I think they are Victorian. The chair is in it's original state. The sofa was reupholstered about 12 years ago. Any info would be greatly appreciated.

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Submitted by: Emma
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A large stoneware jar of brown glaze from Qing dynasty. It stands 20 inches and diameter 42 inches. The condition is excellent It has a Chinese marks at the lower side of the jar. Inside wall of the jar has also a design. It has a line surrounds from the bottom up to the lower neck. from the lower neck up to the mouth rim of the jar were tiny circles of perfect form also surround the wall.Can help me find the value?

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New London & Mohegan Dairies Metal Can

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It is inscribed "New London & Mohegan Dairies Inc New London Conn" on the metal milk can. It is vintage it seems and rusted a bit. I am curious what this item is exactly and ow much it might be worth. Thank you for your help...

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Your New London & Mohegan daily metal can is worth $10-20 dollars.  If it was in better condition, it would be worth around $35-50 dollars.  Here's one that sold in the past for $35 dollars:

New London Mohegan dairy antiques





wood cook stove

Submitted by: anthony
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I have a old wood cook stove that was made between 1850 to 1890 the name on the stove is the FisherLeaf co. in louisville ky on the front of the stove it has Dainty Arizona. It has a bread warmer above and 6 places to cook on the top plus the oven. There is no water tank can find very little about the company that made the stove or the value.

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Estimated Value submitted by AntiquesNavigator Staff

Hi Anthony,

There were over 200 stove manufacturers in the us during that time and some of them came and went very fast, so its not too surprising you can't find much information about the Fisher-Leaf Co.  Completed restored antique stoves from this period can sell for $1500 dollars and up.

Restored Antique stoves for sale

However, your stove (in its current condition) probably wouldn't command that kind of price.  I would say your stove with the right buyer could bring between $400-500 dollars.  Here are similar stoves that have sold in the past in that price range:

Anitque wood burning cook stove

Antique wood coal cook stove





capo di monte trinket box

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capo di monte trinket box in blue with gold edging

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Estimated Value submitted by AntiquesNavigator Staff

Your Capo Di Monte trinket box is worth between approximately $50-100 dollars.

Capo Di Monte tricket boxes





star war original serie (3)posters

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laminated wood original serie (3)1981 coca cola posters

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Orange/Navy/Gold Floral Cylinder Vase

Submitted by: Maria
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This gorgeous vase measures 9.5 inches (24.88 cm) tall by a total top diameter of 4.9 inches (11.5 cm). It weighs 2.35 pounds (1.06 Kg) and has a stamp/hallmark on the bottom, which I have not been able to identify from doing online research. Would love to know whether this is Japanases or something else and how old it could be and it's value.

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French White Marble Mantel Clock

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French Antique White Marble Mantel Clock with brass dial center, ruby time pegs and porcelain chapter ring. 8-day skeleton works which strikes a gong on whole and half hour. Far as I found, it is 1890's, rare and hard to find. 14.5"W x 16.5" L x 6.5"D Still working.

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amber colored goblet

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cant find this style goblet/glass any wheres, its 8 5/8" tall rim is ruffled only on half of the rim

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Larry,

I don't recognize the manufacturer or style of glassware of your goblet, but my best guess at its value would be between $15-20 dollars.

I hope this information helps and good luck.







HELP! Antique 1880-1925 Ansonia Cast Iron porcelain dial Clock

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Recently acquired this Ansonia clock. From what i can find from research I think its around the 1880 period. The body is made of cast iron. It's the original white paint. Everything on it is original. The clock it's self does not work. There is nothing inside the clock. The dial and picture underneath I believe are porcelain. It's a really cool display piece and thought it may have some value when i started reading about it. Help this rookie!

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

In better condition your 1880-1925 Ansonia clock might be worth a lot more, but it appears someone has painted it and you'd need to get the clock movement replaced.  In its present condition, I would say your clock is worth around $75-100 dollars.

Here's a similar clock that has not been modified:

Fantastic 1885 Brass Porcelain Ansonia Antique Clock that sold for $173 dollars







brass candlesticks

Submitted by: devanie
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I live in Virginia and there are tons of antiques to be had here. I found this pair of candlesticks at a thrift store. I did the magnet test and it passed for brass. I can't find them anywhere on the internet. They have a bird on one side and a dragon on the other on the 3rd tier down. On the 2nd tier, there is a face on each side. They stand 13.5 inches tall. They come apart in 5 pieces. It also appears that they have some sort of writing on the base tier. On the bottom is a sticker that says Quality, made in taiwan with the letters pwf. I would love to know what they are and their value.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Devanie,

Taiwan didn't start exporting heavily until the 1970s, so your brass candlesticks are more than likely from the  1970s-1980s or newer.   From a antique stand point, they are relatively new.  In fact, some collector only reserve the word antique for items that are 100 years old or older. 

Made in taiwan products normally do not have a lot of value.  I would give your brass candlesticks an estimated value of between $12-24 dollars.







Tiny Vintage Desk Clock

Submitted by: Maria
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Here I have a tiny desk clock, that I found recently at a thrift shop. I just loved it so I took it home and I find the details and hallmark intriguing-hopefully you can help me to know more about it. Think the photos describe it best but I can give you the measurements: 2" wide-from hinge to hinge at the top part 2.5" tall 1" diameter of the base. The actual clock's frame looks like wood but it kind of feels like ceramic but it might just be because of the glaze...?

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Estimated Value submitted by AntiquesNavigator Staff

Hi Maria,

You have a intriguing piece!  It appears to be silver, the 800 mark on the bottom normally pertains to the purity of the silver so in this case the metal is 80% silver.  Your clock base does not conform to the Sterling standard which is 92.5% silver, but according to the sticker on the bottom its 80% silver!

I would give your tiny vintage Silver desk clock an estimated value of around $50-100 dollars or more.





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This is a very very rare, vintage Capodimonte floor lamp statue. It is in pristine condition. The original lamp shade is mint cond. The separate porcelain base is pristine. Shipping must be by special carrier or your choice.

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Vintage Swiss Mother of Pearl Duo Powder/Lipstic Compact

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Have a beautiful goldtone metal framed mother of pearl compact, that is in quite good shape. The inside has inscribed the following: Made in Switzerland and AGME. There are a few scuff marks on the lids of the inner compartments. Measures 4.25" X 3.5" X 0.75" in thickness. Also comes with brush and pouch. Would love to know the value for sale purposes. Thank you in advance.

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Estimated Value submitted by AntiquesNavigator Staff

Your mother of pearl AGME compact is worth approximately $50-100 dollars.  Here are a couple of examples of similar compacts currently for sale:

AGME vintage Swiss Mother of Pearl Compact

Vintage Mother of Pearl Powder Compact

Schildkraut Mother of Pearl Compact





1952 gold plated pez

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I HAVE a gold plated 1952 pez dispenser that was mine as a child. It is in very good working condition it has some paint missing in a few small spots and some green tint also in a few areas but works perfect thank you for your time Roland

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Roland,

Your PEZ dispenser is called a regular and as you state were made in the 1950s and 1960s.  In good condition, PEZ regular golden glow candy dispensers sell in the $50-75 dollar range.  Here are a couple example of the golden glow candy dispensers selling in the past:

PEZ regular golden glow No Feet

PEZ vintage no feet rgular golden glow

1952 PEZ golden glow regular no feet

PEZ regular dispensers

Thanks for sharing, very cool PEZ dispenser!





vintage pipe

Submitted by: larry
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found this pipe in a trunk of my great uncles...it is a 2 1/4" long white pipe,it does have a seam down the center like some of the clay pipes ive seen,but it feels as if its hardened plastic,has a face of a chinese i believe slant eyes and long mustache on both sides of mouth,the pipe is one piece and bent,no breaks in good shape just cant locate anything like it plz help,like to keep it just want to know how old or where its from.

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Estimated Value submitted by AntiquesNavigator Staff

Hi Larry,

Perhaps your pipe is made of Meerschaum

I've never seen one exactly like your pipe, so my best guess of its value would be somewhere between $20-100 dollars.





c finesse originals

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Made of fiberglass and large not to heavy looks hand molded.

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Antique Dresser with Doors Covering Drawers

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This is an older dresser that I found in pretty great condition. There are no keys, but everything else functions perfectly. There is a chip in the backboard wood, but the top surface is pristine. I was wondering when it was made, and wanted to get a value and maybe a little history on it. Thanks! I know the company that made it is located in Pennsylvania.

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