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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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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

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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

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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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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

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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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seat with side desk

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seat with side desk. side desk top opens for storage. this also has wire shelf storage under desk and under seat. Lic. No. 32421(Mich) district of Columbia July 3, 1926

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Estimated Value submitted by AntiquesNavigator Staff

You appear to have a school desk, they don't normally have a real high selling price.  I would give your seat with side desk an estimated value of around $25-50 dollars.  However, I've seen them sell for much less.  Only school desks made before 1900 sell much higher.





> Laguiole silver pocket knife

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Antique Laguiole silver pocket knife.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Laguiole pocket knife sell anywhere from $20-250 and up.

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/index.php?main_page=documents&content=search&s=Laguiole%20&c=&sort=SoldPriceDesc.html

Maybe a picture of your pocket knife might narrow down the price range.





Grandma's stove

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The stove is a kerosene burner, 1940 Florence. It hasn't been used in many years but in very good condition, missing 2 handles.

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Estimated Value submitted by AntiquesNavigator Staff

Hi Paula,

Your 1940 Florence kerosene burner stove is worth between $125-175 dollars.  Here's one currently for sale for $140 dollars.

http://blackcatantiques-indiana.com/new_arrivals






Petite wall hanging

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Made in Occupied Japan stamped in red on bottom of both items. Colonial man and colonial woman, china/ceramic wall hangings (because of the small holes made in the upper back), appear to be made to stick ornamental flowers or what-not into the top, NOT matches. Items measure approx. 4"h, 2 3/4" w, 1 1/4" deep.

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Hi Rob,

Your Made in Occupied japan petite wall hangings are worth between $10-12 dollars.  Here are numerous examples of same pair selling in that price range in the past:

Occupied Japan Bisque wall pockets

Set of two Occupied Japna wall hangers

2 Occupied Japan wall pockets Man and woman

Small victorian lady Occupied Japan wall pocket

Occupied Japan wall pockets vintage man woman pair





Betty Washington

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I have a Betty Washington wood cook stove. It's in very good condition. The model # V3318-4 the serial # 126. I would like to know what it is worth and a little more about it. it was my grandmothers

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Hi Kenneth,

Your 1920s Betty Washington wood cook stove is worth between $100-250 dollars.  Here are similar stoves that have sold in the past:

Wood burning stove from 1920s

1920s wood burning kitchen stove and oven

Antique wood or coal Stove from 1920s or 1930s





Sesame Street "Bert" 13 inch plush

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I have a plush Bert doll that I recieved when I was a young child. The manufacturer is Knickerbocker, and I can make out the registration number (PENNA. REG. NO. 18) but I cannot read the year. It is in excellent condition, and I was curious as to how much it possibly could be worth, if anything. Any help would be appreciated, and I thank you in advance. I do know that it's from the 1980's, I'm just unsure of the exact year. I can send a pic if you would like, please just email me, and I will do that. Thank you again.

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Hi Nikki,

Your 13 inch plush Sesame Street Bert doll is worth $10-20 dollars.  There are numerous for sale online in that price range, if you'd like to purchase another one :)

Thanks for sharing!









lady of louis xvi

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I have an 1850's tremuea style mirror 31 1/4 in. by 9 1/2 inches with signed by artist oil portrait exquisitely done louis the xvi style woman in a dress of gold and pink. oil on canvas is approx. 11 1/2 x 7 1/2 in. Hand carved simple design cherry or maple ? wooden frame, with bow style ornamental decor on top. One appraiser I had taken it to previously (4 years ago) could only give approx. date. She could not give accurate appraisal without locating the artist and place of origin. An EXPERT EXMINER COULD CLEARLY AND DEFINATELY DECIPHER ARTIST SIGNATURE.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Patrice,

Oil paintings from this period and style normally range in value between $400-5000 dollars, so even without knowing the exact artist and place of origin, your painting probably falls within that range. 

However, art is very subject to opinion and if you're serious about selling your painting, your best bet would be an antique auction house.  Antique collectors willing to pay the highest dollar frequent these auctions and the auction house would help you set a fair starting bid.

Thanks for sharing, its a wonderful painting.







Antique LG Fullam Rocker

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I can text a picture

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Judy,

LG Fullam & sons manufactured furniture from 1889 to 1909 in Ludlow, VT.   Sight unseen, your LG Fullam rocker is worth $500-600 dollars in excellent condition.  I have no clue on the condition of your rocker, so the price could be a lot less (if in poor condition).

If you send us a photo, I'd be happy to post it for you.  You can send the photo to tim AT antiquesnavigator.com.







3 inch little girl

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she is 3" high has red bow only has black hair on top of ears an fore head chubbie cheeks like the frozen charolettes,has a black kamono type shirt on it has like two straps like a kamono looks as if she has praying hands or like the japanese put their hands when they bow she has red pants on looks hand painted im thinking early 30's definately ceramic or porcelein have pictures if i had an email to send them to as well thx

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Larry,

Your 3 inch little girl frozen bisque doll is worth around $10-20 dollars.  Here are couple of examples of similar dolls that have sold in that price range:

Antique bisque doll flapper girl

Antique bisque dutch girl

Antique bisque frozen german doll





this ol butter cutter

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spook single blade folding pocket knife end of blade missing. handles glow in. the dark opens and closes good .camco usa on blade. its about 4 in. long. handles are Yellow. and. SPOOK ON ONE SIDE WITH EYEBALLS IN THE. 2. O'S

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antique bronze water pots

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these are a pair of what i think are water pots or oil ect .? i was told they were from a dig in the middle east the are hand made in four parts the top bronze ring is 4 inches across the handle is also solid bronze the side is in one piece and the bottom in one piece the pot is 20 1/2 inches tall the base is 11 1/2 inches wide there are no magnettic parts on it i would like to know there age origon and value thanks steve! where do i add my pitchers?

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Base for lamp

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I think it is Meissen, but not sure. Measuring 30cm tall. It is a basic lampshade, but has no cupola. In excellent conditions. No cracks. The colors are clean.

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Hi Ronaldo,

Meissen porcelain is usually marked with two swords crossing each other.  I do not believe your porcelain lamp is a Meissen piece, but I could be wrong. 

I would give your porcelain lamp an estimated value of $100-200 dollars, but I do not recognize the marker, so please take the estimate with a grain of salt.

Whomever is the manufacturer, its a beautiful antique.







Wooden lady nutcracker

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I have a wooden naked lady nutcracker. She sits up and appears to have an African face. Her legs spread to crack the nuts. I have had her for about 10 years and think I picked up at a yard sale or Flea Market. She is in great shape but I have never used her for cracking a nut. For I want to keep her that way. I have no idea how old she is and have searched the Internet to find out any information. I keep finding the one that lays down and is a little similar that every thinks is from the 50"s or 60's. To me this one appears to be older than that and the features are very different in the face and all. I would like to find out anything about her or do I have the only one in the world. That's what it feels like with all the searching I have done. So any information and what it is worth would be greatly appreciated. Thank you, Teresa

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Hi Teresa,

Your wooden lady nutcracker is worth $50-100 dollars.  Hand-made antiques from Africa are fairly common and do not bring a premium since some many were produced.  Since they are hand-made, every one is unique and different, but rarely sell for over $150 dollars.

I hope this information helps and thanks for sharing!





Civil War Era 3 Tined Forks

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I found some very old Civil War era 3 tined forks among many other items in a house I purchsed...no idea of the worth. I don't see where I can add a photo, so sorry...but I have 5 small wooden handled, and 4 larger wooden handled forks...also one that looks and feels like it may be bone or perhaps ivory.

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Hi Elizabeth,

Very cool cutlery!  Anything from the civil war era is just great to see!

Unfortunately, your civil war era cutlery isn't worth a great deal of money.  They typically sell in the $5-6 dollars range for each fork.  So you have about $50 dollars worth of civil war forks.  Here's almost the exact same fork with a knife that sold for $10 dollars:

Three tine bone handle fork and knife with ebony inlay

and here are some additional civil war era forks that sold in that price range:

Antique civil war era 3 tine fork

Antique civil war cutlery

Antique civil war 3 prong forks







vintage mason pocket knife

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I have a mason pocket knife its silver and on bottom it has a mason symbol on left side its red and right side is blue it says uto Ian on top of knife it says msr.

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Elaine Lewis

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I was told this was a 1930's Gossip Chair. Are their any details you can give me or a price on what its worth? I can't find anything that looks like it

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Claredon Wood Stove by James Stewart & Company

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Working wood stove made in 1919.Very good working condition,no rust. Approximately 93 years old. The house is in 100 years old. Very stylist with interesting designs. Raised metal marking on stove states: Clarendon Stove Registered 1883 James & Stewart & Co. Made in 1919 Hamilton Height (base to top) including ornate top is 43". Without ornate top is 30 ". Didn't see where I could attach pictures as I have pictures availble

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Tea Set

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Dont know much about them picked them up at a garage sale. Cant find anything on google.

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prince albert tobacco

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I have a series 108 Prince Albert crimp cut tobacco 1 cent stamp on it like new?

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prince albert tobacco

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I have a PRINCE ALBERT CRIMP CUT LONG TOBACCO SOFT

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antique chocolate pot with stand and burner

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this item is in mint condition and has a angel and trumpet stamped on the bottom. there is a stand and burner also in mint condition.

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Padlock

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I have an old antique yale linus padlock with the #32 and a 2 on it. I was wondering what it could be worth. I have photo

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Michael,

I had to call in the big guns to identify this one!  I've never seen a Yale padlock like yours!

Here's what my dad had to say about your Linux Yale padlock:

\"This appears to be a reproduction of the first pin tumbler mechanism used for a padlock in the U.S.A., invented by Linus Yale in 1857.  The originals are extremely rare, so several talented modern locksmiths have reproduced them.  The most noteworthy have been made by George Hill out of California in 1976, with about 90 produced.  Although not as rare as the originals, they are sought after by serious collectors.  They usually sell for $300-$400.\"

It would the find of the century (at least for lock collectors) if your Yale padlock turned out to be an authentic prototype from 1857!  However, even a reproduction is worth $400 dollars, so you still have a great padlock!

Thanks for sharing, its a really awesome lock! 


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 I believe this to be an original Yale Linus padlock. I found it in a collection from an old locksmith. If it is the real deal,, what would that be worth ??

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I highly doubt it's a original, but you could have it authenticated by a museum to prove its authenticity.  Just because you found it in a locksmith shop doesn't prove it's an original.  A reproduction could end up in a locksmith shop just as easily as a original, in fact, its more likely because there are a lot more reproductions of this lock than there are originals. 

If it were a original Yale Linus prototype pin tumbler padlock, I would say it would sell for $2000+

I suggest you bring it to a antique lock show and let a couple more of the collectors take a look at it.  You could also find the highest buyer that way too. 

I can send you my dads email address, he's been collecting antique padlocks since the 1970s.  He'd be happy to help you out.







)Morris Oak Rocker Recliner with lion's head arms

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Morris Oak Rocker Recliner with lion's head arms (top of one lion's head is missing above nose. Cushions have been recovered. Chair is excellent shape other than the above mission piece.

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1930-40's Pepsi Cola Tin Thermometer/Straw Sign

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I have a Pepsi Cola Sign that reads "WEATHER COLD OR WEATHER HOT PEPSI COLA HITS THE SPOT", AND HAS A LADIES FACE AT THE TOP DRINKING FROM A PEPSI COLA BOTTLE THROUGH A STRAW THAT IS A REAL THERMOMETER. IT HAS A NUMBER OR HALLMARK AT THE BOTTOM THAT LOOKS LIKE "M-32-1"...IT IS PRETTY FADED, BUT YOU CAN STILL SEE ALL THE DETAIL. THERE IS VERY LITTLE RUST THOUGH. I WAS WONDERING IF SOMEONE MIGHT BE ABLE TO TELL ME ITS WORTH. IVE SEEN THE SAME SIGN SELL FOR ALMOST $2K, BUT THEY WERE IN MINT CONDITION. HOW MUCH DOES THE FADING DEDUCT FROM ITS WORTH. SHOULD I HAVE IT AIRBRUSHED? THANKS...

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Christopher,

You're right, its a valuable thermometer in good to excellent condition.  Here's one that recently sold for $504 dollars:

Vintage Pepsi Girl sipping thermometer

However, in the world of antiques condition is everything.  I'm sorry but I don't believe your thermometer is worth too much, maybe $50 dollars at the most.

Thanks for sharing.





Mechanical Wind-Up Toy of a "Boy on a Sled/Toboggan"

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This is with original box, complete with key. The box shows some wear from storage. From Germany Perfect condition. Thank you so very much :)

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Sterescope "Jesus falls"

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I just picked three to start with as I have 3 boxes of this kind of stuff. And more about Jesus. All have gold around the picture. #411 Jesus Falls the First time. #415 Jesus falls the second time. & #417 Jesus falls the third time. Good condition some wear around the edges.

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nice heater

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1912 humphrey automatic water heater #25

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What is it?

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It is round bottomed but weighted so it does not tip. About 3 inches tall. Top screws off, and so does bottom. No glass inside. No markings of any kind. Small hole in tip of flame design in the top. Don't know what it is, but likely silver.

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Corner Hutch Cabinet

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Record Player

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S-o-s fire gaurd model 85. The General Detroit Corporation. DETOIT, MICH. I have photos, didn't see place for them

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424 martin woodburning stove

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alpine children

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what are these valued at girl says alpine children on bottom and a number f-432 boy has f but cant make out the number thank you they are feeding geese and are 6 inches tall looks like a set

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Kathy,

What you have are fake hummels that were made in Japan in the 1950s.  They are worth around $10-15 dollars each.





hello

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S kirk and son letter opener and english tray that was sold with it. it says it silver on copper both have engraving on them

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Your Kirk and son letter opener is worth $75-100 dollars.  Here's one currently for sale in that price range:

S Kirk and Sons Letter Opener for sale





Majestic cook stove

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Majestic cook stove converted to electric. Working. I do not know much more, I am trying to find an approximate value. I have photos that I can download, text or email.

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siver over copper chiller

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i dont know what is or who makes it

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oval carved coffee table w/rose inset & original glass top

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My coffee table was purchased by my parents when they married in 1959. I do not know if they purchased it new or used. There was a companion piece which was a taller end table but did not have a glass top. My coffee table is entirely carved with the exception of the top which has a oval inset with carved roses. The ends of the coffee table has a sort of raised lip which is carved as well. My Mother's favorite was oak but I cannot tell if this is oak or maybe rosewood. It is 19 inches wide by 3 feet in length. It is aprox 17 1/2 inches in height. The oval inset of roses is 8 inches wide by 15 1/2 in length. I can take a picture and e-mail it if that would help. I lived in Huntsville, AL and was required to have my antique furniture appraised for my homeowners insurance. The appraiser who was there strictly to appraise my household contents told me he saw a coffee table go up on the auction block like mine for $11,000. The man was there to appraise my furniture so he had no reason to lie to me. I keep my table in my bedroom in a safe location to prevent any type of accident or harm especially since it has it's original glass top with the bevel around the edges. I am updating my insurance as well in Mississippi for household contents and would love to know the true value and history behind my inherited family piece. Also, any information you could give me on a site to look up Italian Tole Iron Lamps would be greatly appreciated. I have a pair of tulip lamps and below the shade it has a candle which I've been unable to locate any that look similar. Please let me know if pictures of my coffee table would assist you in anyway. Thank you so much for helping my figure out my coffee table mystery... Sincerely, Aprile Smith 601.317.4817 cell

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Antique Singer Sewing Machine

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I have an antique Singer Sewing Machine made between 1851 and 1870, according to The Singer company. It is in good conditon and works.

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I am attaching several photos of a set of "Made in Occupied Japan" Hira China...pattern Hira 4...to give you an idea of the pattern and condition of the pieces. My (now-deceased) sisters purchased the set of 12 for my parents, sometime in the late-1940's-early 1950's. The set contains: 12 soup (or salad) bowls 12 coffee cups 1 sugar bowl w/cover 12 under-soup bowl (or bread ?) plates 1 creamer 12 dessert plates 1 soup tureen w/cover 1 small serving platter 1 large serving platter 12 small fruit bowls 1 vegetable bowl 1 gravy boat 12 dinner plates The service is in mint condition, never used, no marks or chips, or "crazing."

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