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Antique Wooden Cars

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1950's, Made in China, nice condition, wheels roll good

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holland molds statues

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I have two statues one is boy blue and one is pinky there about 14 inches tall they are ceramic by holland mold

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Toronto Maple Leafs Team Tin Poster B-52

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I have a Toronto Maple Leafs tin poster by Alabene that I beleive was used as advertisement for the sale of the team picture B-52 Squadron. Its demension with the frame are W 22.5 H 26.75 inches. Any information on the value would be greatly appricated. Thank you, Jacques

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Stained Glass

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It is 49"tall and 38" wide. The center has a sacred heart design that appears to be hand painted. I'm thinking its the "Trinity" motif. There is a couple of pieces of glass with a crack in them, but do not affect its stability. They are located in the bottom outline pieces. any info is appriciated. thanks

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mother of pearl knife set

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Sterling silver mother of pearl knife set of 6 marked 1834 j russell and co. #12 in origanal box

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mistake on a dino pez from the flintstones

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I have a dino pez dispenser with a mistake.The dino has 2 snouts and it should only have one.It is still in the original package.I was just curious what mistake pez dispensers go for.This piece is about 12 years old,I believe Im not sure when the flintstone pez came out.Thank you for your time.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hey Joe,

PEZ errors normally sell for around $5-20 dollars a piece, depending on the severity of the error.  I've seen dealers ask for outrageous amounts of money for errors, but I highly doubt they getting them.  If the error pez is real old, like from the 1950s or 1960s, then they sell for much higher, but your Dino PEZ is pretty recent PEZ dispenser.

Two snouts sounds like a very unique error PEZ.  Can you send us a photo, I'd love to see the mistake.

 





VINTAGE UPHOLSTERED CLAW FOOT CHAIRS

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I PURCHASED THESE VINTAGE CHAIRS RECENTLY AND I AM NOT REALLY SURE THEY ARE "VINTAGE". I WANTED TO REUPHOLSTER THEM, BUT NOT IF THEY ARE NOT WORTH ANYTHING.

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miss

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I have 4 various handcrafted old fashioned sheffield pweter tankard beer mugs all in good condition, all of which have engraved symbols on and 1 glass beer mug with silver lid that says made in germany, again in good condition, and an engraved symbol inside the lid. One of the pweter mugs has a lion as tha handle and one of them is a F.A. CUP WINNERS, F.A. CUP FINAL 1891,the dates are from 1872 to 1977.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Samantha,

Your sheffield pewter tankard beer mugs are worth $25-100 dollars a piece.  Here are some examples of similar tankard's selling in the past:

Rare 1835 pewter tankard

vintage english pewter tankard

1870 Pewter quart tankard mug

Antique pewter tankard hand engraved





framed articles from the January 4, 1800 Ulster County Gazzette

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I have a double sided framed articles from the January 4, 1800 Ulster County Gazette. It has a letter of authenticity saying that it is framed in accordance with museum specifications including the framers Guild number, framed in April of 1992.

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Estimated Value submitted by AntiquesNavigator Staff

I would say your 1800 Ulster County Gazette newspaper articles are worth $200-300 dollars.  If the articles had a more historical importance, they might be worth quite a bit more, but as they stand they're just a curiosity.





J B silver plate coffee pot

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Beautiful silver plated coffee pot. The pot is in perfect condition. Hinged top. adorned with raised grapes and a scroll handle. I have tried to find the manufacturer. With no luck

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Estimated Value submitted by AntiquesNavigator Staff

Hi Barbara,

I don't recognize the manufacturer either, but I would estimate the value of your silver plate coffee pot around $70-100 dollars.







German or polish teapot

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I have this beautiful teapot porcelain on ebay right now. uctionI am sure I described it all wrong. I coudn't understand the marking. could anyone take a look asap because if it wrong I want to pull it off the auction.

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1970's Blackhawk AMF Harley Davidson womens leather jacket

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Its in good condition and the zipper is broke. Can someone please tell me what it may be worth please.

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Estimated Value submitted by AntiquesNavigator Staff

Hi Jacob,

With the zipper repaired your 1970s AMF Harley Davidson leather jacket is worth between $200-300 dollars.

Thanks for sharing.

70's AMF- Harley davidson Leather jacket $260 shipped Charleston, SC





1904 Worlds Fair Vase and pedestal

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45" tall Glazed vase and pedestal from 1904 worlds fair in St Louis Parents bought at estate sale approx 20 yrs ago..

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Nancy,

Can you send us a photo, I'd hate to make a guess without seeing the vase.  Are you use the pedestal is from the worlds fair too, or just the vase?







Hutschenreuther Miniature Cup and Saucer

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Hutschenreuther Miniature Cup and Saucer in Cobalt Blue and Gold. Saucer measures 4 1/4" diameter, cup measures 1 7/8" diameter and 1 7/8" high.Both pices are in great condition with no visible chips or cracks.

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Estimated Value submitted by AntiquesNavigator Staff

I would estimate your Hutschenreuther Miniature Cup and Saucer to be valued in the $75-100 dollar range.  Here's a similar Hutschenreuther Miniature Cup and Saucer that sold for $81.98:

Hutschenreuther Bavaria miniature cup and sauser hand painted 1919





vintage roadside signs

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These two signs were fully operational when I had this store open. They were taken from a liquor store in Nevada Mo. and moved to this store in the 70's.A roof fire caused damage to the neon on the package liquor sign by a fireman. I am in the process of removing them and would like an appraisal.I think the arrow is from the 40's and 50's, so I am assuming the package liquor sign would have been the same time frame.I am wanting to replace the bulbs get them operational and clean them up for sale but have no idea what they are worth.I greatly appreciate your appraisal so I will know what to price them at. Thank you Amber Nowak

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Estimated Value submitted by AntiquesNavigator Staff

I would give your two roadside signs an estimated value around $500-700 dollars a piece. 

Thanks for sharing.







Vintage Teddy Bear

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I have a vintage 11 or 12 inch Reddish Brown Teddy bear that looks to be center seam, with a long snout, and filled with excelsoir, as his body crunches when I squeeze him. His joints I can see are made of cardboard that is round which looks like a metal hinge. Still has some curly reddish brown fur. Nose is black stitching which forms into a v shaped mouth. He has small black and brown glass eyes. Overall condition, pretty good, his center seam shows a small area of the excelsior, and he's lost some of his curly fur. Paw Pads are still nice, very old, and he's got lots of character. Just want to find out his origin.

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antique cigar stand

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Antique cigar stand good condition

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post ww2 binoculars

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I have a pair of Southpole Binoculars, the notations on the binoculars include the company name and logo, "coated lens", 8X30, No. 7745, and "made in occupied Japan" they are in unused condition including a felt lined leather case with straps on both the binocular as well as the case. All in excellent condition and original. Estimated age to be 60 to 65 years old

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Marc,

Made in occupied japan binoculars are fairly common.  Your binoculars are estimated to be worth around $30-50 dollars.

Made in Occupied Japan binoculars





Junghans ATO

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Junghans ATO in excellent working condition. Uses a "D" battery Glass Dome #305771

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hey Philip,

Cool clock!  Your Junghans ATO clock is worth between $50-250 dollars.  Here are some examples of similar clocks selling in the past:

Antique Junghans ATO shelf clock

Junghans ATO Shelf Clock with Dome that sold for 50 dollars

Junghans ATO German antique pendulum clock






Disney Figurines

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is wandering on info on these disney figurines have not seen to much info on them or seen them.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Matt,

Your Disney figurines are from around 1995 and they're worth between $15-40 dollars a piece. 

Disney WDCC figurine My Pals

Disney WDCC ornament Mickey and a merry christmas to you





How much is the worth of my capodimonte collectiom

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hi i recently bought a large collection of capodimonte and i'm searching for awhile now to how much is the real value but i still didnt find result, can anybody help me? and there is 3 crown signature in the bottom but not like common capodimonte that i usaully see in the store. I attached pictures and please tell me how much thhey worth? thank you in advance! mylene

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Inuit

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Sorry if this is a duplicate, but my frist request is not showing anywhere. Being new to the site I thought it prudent to resubmit. I recently puchased a small Inuit scuplture entitled Tundra. I've seen similiar one on the web. The difference with mine is that it seems to have the artist mark that can be seen on the back under Tundra. Could someon advise me of the value and/or provide any information about the mark. Thank you

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Hi Jacques,

Sorry we missed your request the first time and thanks for your patience.

Your soapstone Intuit statue is a piece of folk art and since its hand-made its value is in the eye of the beholder.  I would guess your small sculpture would sell for around $10-30 dollars, but again its a piece of art, so it could sell for much more to the right buyer.

A similar statue when up for auction about a week ago, but it didn't sell.  The starting price was $9.99.

Vintage Tundra Carved Eskimo Man

I hope this information helps.  Good luck to you.







Bailey, Banks and Biddle Mantle Clock

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This a Bailey, Banks and Biddle Clock - Philadelphia. It is either walnut or mahogany - not an expert on wood. It chimes. It is 13 1/2 inches tall and 10 1/2 inches wide at the base. Was recently repaired but apparently the job was not done correctly as it is not currently working. As can be seen it is in nice condition. Perhaps someone can give me an estimate on its value. Sorry, uploaded photo but it is not appearing Sorry, now the photo is up but is the back of the clock. Will attempt to reload the photo of the front of the clockl

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

I would estimate your antique Bailey, Banks and Biddle Clock as made around the 1880s or 1890s and is worth around $400-500 dollars.  Here's a link to Bailey, Banks and Biddle history, they have a colorfully past, and some compare them to Tiffany's and co.  Here are a couple similar Bailey, Banks and Biddle clocks that sold in that price range:

Bailey Banks and Biddle Clock for sale

Antique Bailey Banks and Biddle clock that sold for $477








krementz cufflinks

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everything is in great condition except the box doesnt close completely, even have the original sale guarantee with original price on itof $9.00.does not have date on it though. any info would be great. thank you

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Estimated Value submitted by AntiquesNavigator.com

Hi Melissa,

I would estimate the value of your Krementz cufflinks at around $20-35 dollars. 





diamond 10k cal yellow gold necklace and gold and diamond chain

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It is shaped like a dogtag is covered completely on one side with diamond chips. The back is waffel shaped. It feels like a gold bar. It has a chain.with small round diamonds coveted almost completely by gold. Looks almost like a light chain you would pull. Pond shop said it was from overseas

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Vintage Capodimonte Handled Urn Vase pink roses Italy

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Vintage Capodimonte Urn Vase in grteat condition

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Estimated Value submitted by AntiquesNavigator Staff

Hi Kimberly,

Your vintage Capo Di Monte vase is worth $20-35 dollars.  Here are similar vases that have sold in the past:

Vintage Capo Di monte tall flower vase

Antique Capo Di Monte Italian two handled vase

Large vintage Capodimonte Italian vase

Capodimonte Floral vase







Walt Disney's Goofy Skediddler by Mattel 1967

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so i have this cool goofy his from 1967 i been having it for yrs know.since its been from one place to other in my closet it gas gain tiny pen stains on the face.how can i remove them.so other than that his in great condition no rips .its only the doll he moves his arms and legs his head turns.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Mayra,

Your 1967 Goofy Skediddler toy doll is worth $40-60 dollars.  Here's one that's for sale for $124.95 mint in the box.

Vintage 1968 Mattel Liddle Kiddles Disney Goofy Skediddler





What is it?!?!?!

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Your guess is as good as mine. Any info on this knife would be greatly appreciated. All I know is that it has been in our family for several years but not sure how it was aquired.

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Estimated Value submitted by AntiquesNavigator Staff

Hi David,

It appears to me you have a middle eastern dagger or knife.  In Arabic, the term dagger is called Jambiya.  I would place the estimated value of your knife in the $100-200 dollar range.

Jambiya Knives





Charles Graves

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I need help with a record collection.I hope someone on this site can help me or let me know where I should go to get an appraisal. I have 49 new native american size 33 records.My guess is that they are demo records because I only have the sleeves without the covers.They are from different artists.They are music,chants and dance.They are all Canyon records.On all the records,it has:Recorded & Produced by Arizona Recording productions-834 North 7th Avenue,Phoenix,Arizona. Will someone help me with these records or lead me to someone or some place that will help me. Thanks for looking. Charles Graves

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Charles,

Wow, you have a very unique record collection!  Here's more information about Canyon Records:

Canyon Records history

Canyon Records have been recording Native American works since 1948.  I've never seen their records for sale, so its only a guess, but I would say your records are worth $10-15 a piece. 

Good luck and hopefully someone else might be able to give you a better estimate for the value of your native American record collection.





miss

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im not sure what category it is< ive got 5 slightly different silver trinket cup< and one glass one with a silver lid. all very good condition, 1st one hand crafted pewter, made in sheffield england with 3 symbols on the side 1st sybol got a GH in, 2nd got a 92 in and 3rd got a # kind of sign in. 2nd cup discription: best quality pewter, E.BLYDE & CO.LTD. sheffield, england, 9/4. two sybols one looks like a lion and cant quite make it out. 3rd cup discription:got a lion handle, made in sheffield, engish, pewter, england, got 4 sybols, cant figure out the 1st one, 2nd is 92, 3rd i cant figure out and 4th a # kind of symbol. 4th cup dicription: F.A. cup winners, F.A. cup final 1891, dates of wins from 1872- 1977, finest english pewter, craftsman made, sheffield england, and a symbola circle with a triangle in with some letters/numbers. last cup discription, 5th cup the glass one: made in germany, looks like fi.ye on the bottom and in the silver lid 95% zm i think picture on the glass is deer/moose and trees

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Roland

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My mother recently passed away and I found this in her home I was told by her awhile ago that it belonged to her grandmother my greatgrand mother and that it was over a hundred years old It is made of very fine porcelain with gold trim it has no markings of any kind the top comes off it mostly looks like a soup.or gravy server it is very beautiful a quite delicate I would appreciate any info you could give me Thank You Roland

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German antique pan

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I have an enamel & copper pan with a black removeable handle. On the handle it say May 23, 1899 (above the date there's three characters I can't quite make out, looks like middle one is an A). On the bottom of the pan there's an image of a lion standing on back legs looking towards his tail, front feet appear to be resting on a stand. Underneath the lion is says Germany and underneath that is written 310. It's white porcelain with a band of copper near the top and then a band of copper above that. Thank you.

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Estimated Value submitted by AntiquesNavigator Staff

Hi Seasi,

Your German antique pan is worth $10-20 dollars.  Here appears to be the exact same pan that went up for auction on Ebay for $19.50, but didn't sell.

Vintage copper Chafing dish porcelain made in Germany 1899





Carolina Mexico knife/dagger

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I bought this "knife/dagger" at a flea market. I was looking for anyone that might have information on it. The blade is about 7" and the OA length is about 10". On one side the blade is engraved with Mexican scrolling and the words "Hecho en" (made in). The other side is engraved with Mexican scrolling and the name "Carolina"(Caroline) and the worde "Mexico". The handle is made of brass with what appears to be either bone or ivory. The in lays are a little ill fitting so it appears to be handmade. The pictures aren't very good, but you can an idea of the knife. Any information anyone can provide will be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.

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HELP?

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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






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