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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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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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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.

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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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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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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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Barrister Bookcase

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circa 1920 5 sectional barrister bookcase Globe-Wernicke (John Wanamaker) Oak interior Mahogany Exterior Style 598 1/2 Size 8 1/2

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victor brewing company bottle opener

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this is a bottle opener from the 30's i believe it sturdy it has a slide out mechanisim its red and white says drink victor beer famous for its flavor jeannette penna. its in perfect shape. i cant figure out how to get a picture on here any help with that would be appreciated. thanks mrs.dix

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Serving tray and pieces

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1 Tray has an emblem. Tray measures approx 18.75 inches long X 11 inches wide 6 little cups 2 inches wide X 1.5 inches tall 6 little plates 4 inches wide x 3/4 inch tall 1 set of tongs 4.5 inches long x 1.25 inches wide 6 spoons 4.5 inches long x round part is .5 inches round 1 tall serving dish 4.5 inches wide x 2.25 tall

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Silverplate Tray, bowls, plates, spoons

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Silverplated tray with 6 bowls, 6 plates, 1 set of tongs, 6 spoons, and 1 serving bowl

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1800 + trunk unsure of the year?

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I purchased this trunk at an auction and from what I can tell it could be anywhere from 100 to 200 years old. It has a rounded top. Which I know that these were made as to not stack other trunks or luggage on top while transporting. The trunk is not in the best of shape but one really interesting thing about it is that it was made with square nails. From what I have studied on square nails, these in and of themselves can be VERY valuable. The trunk is missing it's inside tray. The trunk also has its original key. I have photos, however, I do not see an option on here where I can send the photo?

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Old Coca Cola mirror

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This mirror was purchased by my grandfather, I believe it was purchased in early 1960 `s Does anyone know what it might be worth?

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Milk, Water and Cream dispenser

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Hi as we were cleaning out the attic of a Hardware store we found an old Milk, Water & Cream dispenser no manufacture on it. It sits on a wrought iron stand. It is a box shape 161/2" High 161/2" Deep and 29" long. The only other one I have seen was like a bucket from Albert Pike. He has wooden spigots for dispensing. It looks like it was a food service item restaurant or hotel.Spigots work.

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brown 1960s arithmetic pez dispenser

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I have a 1960 brown arithmetic pez dispenser it was mine as a child it is in near mint condition no flaws or cosmedic issues the springs are both ln good working order I would like to know its worth thank you Rolnan

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Hi Roland,

The arithmetic pez is pretty rare and a very sought after pez dispenser.  It's pretty cool you played with one as a child and still have it in your possession!  Your 1960s arithmetic pez in good condition is worth $275-300 dollars.









primitive cabinet

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Hello, I am afraid I do not have much information about this piece. It is a primitive cabinet that has been in my family at least 25 years, unfortunantly no one left knows much about where it came from.I believe it is oak stands 5'4 it is 4'2 across and about a foot in width. It has a cupboard top with two glass doors and beneath another set of larger glass doors holding 4 shelves. I have pictures but didnt see where I might upload them...

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Owner

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Howard Miller Wall Clock Model 613-106 Serial # 70330285

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Your Howard Miller wall clock model 613-106 is worth between $300-400 dollars.  Here's one that sold in the past for $298 dollars:

Antique Howard Miller 613-106 Wall Clock





The Egry Roll Record Register

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Made by the Egry Register Company is Dayton, Ohio. Shows the patented dates from Sept 6, 1882 to Jan 20,1916. Has the keys with it, and everything is original. On the front of the register there is a number 61.

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Please Help Identify!

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I have no idea who made these or how old they could possibly be. My guess is English Victorian late 19th Century... Anything to help identify of price these pieces would be WONDERFUL!!!

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I found an table and chairs that I wanted to know how old it was and what kind of table it is. e-mail me so I can send pics if you can help me kochchrista@yahoo.com

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1890's Carriage

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1890's carriage. Orginal brass lanturns, beveled glass windows Has only been use for parades, weddings and special occasions. In goo working condition. All wood body and wheels. Interior has been redone.

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Wicker Baby Bassinet

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Hello, I have a wicker baby bassinet that was given to me by a former mayor of my hometown (he has since passed on)and I have no idea how old it was when he gave it to me but I have kept it for 23 years. It's in working condition but has a hole in the bassinet part of the piece. It also has the words "MAPLE LEAF" on what looks to be a brass plate on one side. I would like to know anything I can about this piece so any information would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

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This appears to be a antique knife, its aproxamently 13" overall with a blade lenth of 8" there is a stamp on the blade area, it is a oval and has serval stamps, they appear to say geo butler, trinity works, sheffield, there is some other marks als loo, the handle is made of animal antler with a metal cap on the end

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This a big stove, I have pictures but cant download them to this web site, but can send them upon request, ok dementions first it 26 x 30 and the hieght is 42, its appears to be cast iron the is names and numbers on it, I will try to describe them, they are, AURORA, on the top, BRIDGE, BEACH &CO. ST. LOUIS, on the lower section, 26 is on the face, it sits about six inches off the ground

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First Century or the One hundred and Memorable Events in the History of our Country 1776 to 1876 published in 1876

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book is in fair condition..plublished in 1876 by C.A Nichols & Company Springfield,Mass..j.w Lyon..Easton Pa. the book was given as a present in 1893..so it must be a 136 years old.. Clark W.Bryan & Company Printing and Binders Springfield MASS. THANK YOU CINDY

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I have no idea of it's worth..please help

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I cannot find any citations of a sale of this book but there is, currently, one up for sale on Amazon for $210.  In addition, there is another on ABE books in the UK for about 19 pounds.  Unfortunately, age is not as important as subject matter, rarity and condition.  Sorry could not give you more information.





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soup tureen

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I have a beautiful soup tureen that i acquired, and the numbers 6434 is stamped in gold at the base, can you help me identify it. I believe it's from England. It has gold leaf embossed throughout, with birds and other decor. It's white porcelain with gold designs throughout, including gold handles and tureen rims are in gold and lid rim is in gold. height is approx 12" x 16" beautiful piece

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soup tureen

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beautiful porcelain serving tureen with lid with gold embossed designs throughout, measures around 12"x16" I can't identify who made it, but it does have a 6434 stamped at base in gold. Please advise, anything you can tell me about it. It's beautiful and would like to know who made it, and approx value. I believe it's from England and may be a Royal Doulton. this came from a house who had alot of items from England (Multi-millionaire) thanks

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