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Sandland ware

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I have this two pieces by Sandland. They are numbered. I think one is a sugar bowl and the other not sure, soap dish?

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Royal China

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I have a copy of pieces of china from Royal China Inc. Quban Royal. They are warranted and 22k gold.

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Salt and Pepper shaker

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Ok so I don't want to offend anyone but I have a set of salt and pepper shaker. They were souvenirs from Washington DC from I don't know when. They are African American kitchen workers.

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Hi Nancy,

Your Mammy and Chef salt and pepper shakers are worth between $10-20 dollars and were made in Occupied Japan. Here are some examples of past sales of these salt and pepper shakers:

Ocuupied Japan Mammy and Chef salt and pepper shakers

Mammy and Chef salt and pepper Occupied Japan





Rosenthal Teapot, Cups, Saucers

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This teapot set was bought in Germany at least 50 years ago. There are no damages at all on the teapot, lid, four teacups, six saucers. The teapot has "Rosenthal Selb Bavaria Donatello" stamped on the bottom.

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value of old dresser

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i have an old dresser that id like to know the value of. i found a photo like it online only mine is cherry. someone please help

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old dresser

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please let me know the value of my dresser

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Rosenthal Selb Bavaria Donatello

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The items included in this set are one pale yellow teapot, four teacups, and six saucers. This set was purchased in Germany.

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Wood bubble glass pic frame

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This belonga to my dad and it belonged to his mom. Granny passed and he inheirited it all.Mostly old junk but there are a few treasures . This being one, We would like to find its Manufacturer and an approx date of it.any help would be greatSorry this is the only pic iv got on my comp-- i can get more

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Porcelain doll marked Rear 93 and Paul 1988

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Hello, I just bought this doll and I have no idea of it's worth. It is all porcelain, marked Paul 1988 in the porcelain on the back of the head, signed 'rear 93'. It appears to have real human hair. Please help

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ANTIQUE ROADSHOW DALE TIFFANEY INC. LIGHT

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LAMP - 2 HAS A TAG, ANTIQUE ROADSHOW DALE TIFFANEY INC. INVERTDED PENDENT LIGHT HAS THREE LIGHT FIXTURES it messures 26" x 19" EXELLENT CONDISSION

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ALSO A TIFFANEY ?

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LAMP - 3 CAME WITH LAMP 2 WAS TOLD IT IS ALSO A TIFFANEY CHANDILIER it messures 22" x 18 1\2" HAS TWO LIGHT FIXTURES EXELLENT CONDISSION

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LAMP 1

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LAMP 1 - 18 1\2" TALL X 12" WIDE THE LAMP IS MADE FROM OPALESENT CARNIVAL GLASS OR OPALESENT VASALINE GLASS, EXELLENT CONDISSION

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LAMP - 2

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LAMP - 2 HAS A TAG, ANTIQUE ROADSHOW DALE TIFFANEY INC. INVERTDED PENDENT LIGHT it messures 26" x 19" EXELLENT CONDISSION

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Nativity scene

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I got this picture from my mother-in-law in 1957. Otherwise I don't know much about it. Sometime in the 70's my husband brought home an article - i believe it was from Good Housekeeping - and they had a picture of this picture asking if anyone had seen it.

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Capodimonte

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Large heavy capodimonte boat with two old fishermen smoking their pipes. Boat has a sail and an Italian Flag at the top of the mast. Marked underneath by Rory. Has the N with the crown on top. It was gifted to someone approximately 35 years ago.

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Big Sun Rubber Bear

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I have a rubber bear from my childhood. From what I have been able to find on the internet it is from the 1950s. It has moveable joints. It is pink tinged in color with the ears, palms and bottom of the feet being dark pink in color. The fur is "carved" into the rubber. There are no idenitifying marks on the bear but is looks exactly like one I found on the internet that was made by "Big Sun".

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Maruyama figurines

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A pair of 2 left and right figurines are in beautiful conditon, made in occupied Japan during WWII. The man is standing on the inside on both of them. Unlike most I have seen these are approx. 7" inches tall and 4 1/2" inches along the base. Also these are not painted glossy. They are hand painted in a matte pastel and rough to the touch. This is a European 1700's couple with the woman seated and the man standing next to her holding his feathered hat against his body Photo available upon request.

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Your colonial Maruyama figurine is worth $5-10 dollars. Here's a similar one that sold in the past:

Colonial couple man and woman Maruyama Occupied Japan figurine

Colonial figurines Occupied Japan





italisn lamps

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i have 2 cape de monte italian lamps with silk shades

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Framed art "Ruins"

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I have a Framed painting that my Grandmother had in her living room. I've had it for yrs and I'm trying to figure out who painted it and if it is worth anything. I have pictures of it but apparently I can't add them to this. Its in very good condition. The painting has an oval mat over it. It is a painting of ancient ruins, with men seeming to find artifacts and other items in the ruins. The painting is protected by the glass but the paint seem to have "cracks" in it. Again hard to describe, its better to actually see the painting.

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Framed art "Ruins"

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I have a Framed painting that my Grandmother had in her living room. I've had it for yrs and I'm trying to figure out who painted it and if it is worth anything. Its in very good condition. The painting has an oval mat over it. It is a painting of ancient ruins, with men seeming to find artifacts and other items in the ruins. The painting is protected by the glass but the paint seem to have "cracks" in it.

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Charter Furniture

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Egyptian plate (footed)

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I have what appears to be a copper plate with 3 feet (bumps) attached to the under side. The plate is very crudely made...not finished smooth on the edge and not painted. The plate has a scalloped edge which looks like it was hand cut with metal-working sheers...and not even. The plate is somewhat heavy, too. The design is Egyptian, possibly from the Book of the Dead...and is hand etched.

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Birdsey Maple and Marble bedroom Set

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Birdseye Maple bed with original springs Birdseye Maple and marbe commode Birdseye Maple and Marble dresser with carved hanging mirror

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William Spratling tin & wood tray

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hand hammered tin with wood bottom embossed with sun in the center, stars in the corners and a half-circle boarder around the edges. It has william Spratling's earliest mark (early 1930s) It has curved handles of tin and the tin sides are also embossed with a half circle border. the wood has some water damage but overall I would say it is in fair condition.

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I have this old lighter from a family member. Not sure what or if it is worth anything. Only markings on it are on the bottom Evans Fuel and US Patent REG 19023 THANKS FOR YOUR HELP!

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Hi Tammy,

Your vintage Evans lighter is worth between $50-60 dollars. Here are a couple of examples of similar lighters that have sold in the past:

Antique Evans Nude Lighter

Vintage Evans nude Lightercase





Brass Whistle has

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I'm not sure if this whistle is from WWII or not. It belonged to my grandfather who came here from Germany in 1951. The whistle is brass with chain and has "The Thunderer Patent" stamped on top lip and "Claytons Chicago made in England" stamped on the back. I am trying to find out more info on the history of this as well as value. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Thunderer patented whistles were used during WWII, but they're usually marked military and have a slightly different chain hook:

Vintage WII brass whistle with chain

However, your whistle is more than likely from that era and is worth $15-20 dollars.

Thanks for sharing.





when was this made

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I have this plate. and no clue about it is antique or modern is it worth anything it has a silver. stamp warner silver mfg co quadruple plate. and a number 37 and it would. better with a shine but i do not want touch for fear i might ruin it

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1870 Stained Glass Window

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Anton Ostertag Mansion built in the mid 1800's Atchison, KS Glass Window located above victorian marble fireplace. Looks like a famous work of art no doubt. Was told by local historians that the window has a hidden mural of horse and carriage. The big question is what artisit made this glass? Could it have been someone famous like John La Farge or Louis Comfort Tifany? The window sash has writing but it not legible enough to read. History of Anton: The Carriage and Wagon-making interests of the city are represented by J. C. McCully, Sixth street; J. J. Potter, on Main street, carriage makers, and George & J. Ostertag, in the wagon-making line. In the aggregate they employ thirty-six men, and sell wagons and carriages to the amount of $40,000. The pioneer in the wagon, plow and buggy trade was Anton Ostertag, who commenced business in Atchison in 1870. The firm now occupy commodious quarters near the corner of Seventh and Commercial streets.

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Goebel Figurine

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I searched through your pages but was not able to find this Hummel. Do you have any idea what the name is? Thanks for your help, John

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Antique Stained Glass Window 1870

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Stained Glass Window 1870 Anton Ostertag mansion: Could be the work of someone famous or very early stained glass brought over from Germany. Louis Comfort Tifany 1848 - 1933 John La Farge 1835 - 1910 The Carriage and Wagon-making intere sts of the city are represented by J. C. McCully, Sixth street; J. J. Potter, on Main street, carriage makers, and George & J. Ostertag, in the wagon-making line. In th e aggregate they employ thirty-six men, and sell wagons and carriages to the amount of $40,000. The pioneer in the wagon, plow and buggy trade was Anton Ostertag, who commenced business in Atchison in 1870. The firm now occupy commodious quarters near the corner of Seventh and Commercial streets. Ostertag, George 1836-1914 Born: 09-Aug-1836 in Wittenberg, Germany Died: 1914 Immigrated: Nov-1853 Son of Anton Ostertag (1808-1863) and Katherine Bermeister (1810-1840) Husband of Marie Ottilia Welte Residences: Wittenberg, Germany Williamstown, New York Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin http://www.scribd.com/doc/32910699/1733-1876-Atchison Atchison, Kansas beginning 1859

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Antique 4 piece set armiore , vanity, dresser and bed

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these pieces have been around the houe our grandparents passed and we dont know anything abouth them. please help the. the only name on the whole set is on the bed frame saying vono.

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2500





Wheary Safe

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Wheary Safe Gard Luggage 18'X18'x12"

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Vintage Luggage by Wheary with Safe Gard. Goldish faux leather with tweed like appearance. Size is 18"x18"x12". Has lots of chrome or stainless steel on it. I can't find anything on the internet regarding this design or size.

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old recliner

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I have two old recliners work great both are almost like new. could you tell me age of recliners and what i could sale them for... i paid 90.00 they have cane on side and high backs with wood trim also the foot rest goes under chair when it is upright... thanks beverly oh and also buttons on chair back

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lamp

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i got this pair of lamps about 22 years ago and was told that they were antique then. could you tell me how old and what i could sale them for

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puppets

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antique german wooden hand puppets and devil acrobat on a hoop. probably 1940 era. Used condition. Devil puppet good condition. Girl puppet has paint chipped on face. Devil acrobat excellent.

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Jack,

Sight unseen, I would say your german hand puppets are worth roughly $100 dollar each.





1901 Farmers National Bank - Burlington, Kansas

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More treasure found at 409 the old museum/pony express house in Atchison, Atchison Kansas Found "The Farmers National Bank - Burlington, Kansas" Employee Badge? from 1901 Looks like a sherrifs badge from back in the wild wild west days. Brass in great condition. Currency Related Link: http://www.antiquebanknotes.com/Rare-Currency/Farmers-National-Bank-Burlington-Kansas-6955.aspx Unknown as no one has ever seen before. Facebook Post: https://www.facebook.com/#!/photo.php?fbid=3898298410768&set=a.1114364534161.2018879.1078371770&type=1&theater Category: Other. Condition: Mint. Medium: Bronze. Distinguishing marks: Info on back. Date Period: 1901. Size and dimensions of this item: Badge. Weight: n/a. History: Unknown. Price Paid (If known): discovered in old house

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Hi Dave,

Nice find! Employee badges are definitely collectible. The car company employee badges are very popular among car buffs. I haven't seen a big following for bank employee badges, but I'm sure there are collectors out there!

I would place a value of roughly $50-100 dollars on your 1901 Farmers National Bank employee badge. I've never seen one like it before, but not many people are looking specifically for Farmers National bank -- Burlington, Kansas employee badges.

I appreciate you sharing the badge with us. As I said, it's a great find, and a wonderful piece of American History.





Capodimonte - Bagpipper

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This is a capodimonte bagpipper piece with the markings on the bottom "n" and 0/438. It is in very good condition with the exception of the bucket of fruit has a cracked leaf (very small/hardly noticeable to me anyway). I would like to sell this piece, but I am not sure of how much to ask. Approximately 8" tall with a round base - boy sitting on a tree stump playing the bags.

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Hi Splan,

If your Capodimonte bagpipper figurine looks like this one:

http://www.arthurjohnson.co.uk/Catimages/0471/A707.jpg

It might be worth around $40-50 dollars. However, without a photo it's really hard to tell which one you have. The small chip would also retract from the value too.





vintage porcelain dolls

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Vintage Germany Georg Fischer Tin Clockwork Wind Up Toy Motorcycle

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It says Gama 125 Patent APPLIED FOR ( Made in US ZONE GERMANY on the bottum and Gama on the side of this red and siver tin wind up toy.

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Hi Monica,

I have some bad news...Your vintage Germany George Fischer tin toy motorcycle is incomplete and the rider has been added. Here's what it should look like:

Gama (Germany) No.125 Monkey on Motorcycle

As you can see, the motorcycle came with a tin monkey driver. I say your tin motorcyle in its present condition is worth $25-50 dollars. If your Gama (Germany) No.125 Monkey on Motorcycle tin toy was complete it would be worth close to $500 dollars.





Antique chair

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My wife purchased a chair at an estate auction. It has round arms about 21/2" thick with what looks like eagles carved into them. Across the top it has the same pattern carved all the way across. At the bottom between the front legs it has a carving of an old man's face. It weights about 15 to 20 pounds and has a reddish varnish finish. I once posted pictures on the internet and a lady in Boston Mass. said that she had one, but had no information on it.

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Antique sword

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spery patapfor loop handle bread knife old silver any comment helpfull thank you. t.r.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Your antique sword is worth between $100-200 dollars. Here a few examples of similar swords selling in the past:

Antique carved Japanese Short Sword

Antique Japanese Carved bone dagger

Antique Japanese carved ox bone knife

Fine Antique OX bone 19th century japanese sword





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Ardalt Blue Delfia vase #4368 Made in Italy

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GLENWOOD ANTIQUE WOOD/COAL? STOVE 108 GLEN C 1914 170

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FOUND STOVE IN 100 YEAR OLD HOUSE IN FALMOUTH MASS STOVE WAS MADE BY WIER STOVE COMPANY TAUNTON MA IT IS DECENT CONDITION FOR ITS AGE HAS NO MAJOR DENTS OR CRACKS JUST SOME RUST SEEMS TO HAVE ALL PARTS GLENWOOD STOVE MODEL 108 GLEN C 1914 170

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Hi Zach,

Fully restored your 1914 Glenwood stove is worth $1100-1500 dollars. Here are some similar stoves that have sold in the past:

Glenwood coal cook stove

Circa 1900-1920 Glenwood Kitchen Stove

I would say your stove in its current condition is worth $300-400 dollars, but it would be all about finding the right buyer who's looking to restore it.





Autographed picture of Sammy Hagar

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I was wondering what you might value an autographed picture of Sammy Hagar playing on stage? There is also an autographed picture of one of his band members.

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Hi Nicole,

I've seen autographed pictures of Sammy Hagar go for as low as $100 dollars and as high as $280 dollars. If your photograph is in good condition, it should be worth around $150-200. Your autographed picture of one of the band members isn't worth too much, maybe $15-25 dollars.





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This is so pretty!!It's 10in.diameter ruffled edge,edge is trimmed in gold. It has such an unusual design,I don't know what to call it.It looks like there's inlaid dark mother of pearl, but honestly,I'm just guessing.Then it has stippling all over it. I have researched like crazy & can't find out anything.There are markings on the back,but no manufacturer. Could someone PLEASE help me w/an appraisal & who it is by? Thank you for any help.

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Orange Vintage Lighted Bottom Lamp

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The lamp is Orange glass that bubbule out and there is a small 2 watt light bulb that allows the lamp to be lit only at the bottom for accent if you choose. The base is brass and claw like.

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Hi Cyndi,

You have a great and very unusual vintage lamp! I would say your vintage lamp is worth $15-35 dollars. Here's a page with many similar lamps that have sold in that range:

Vintage & antique lamps that have sold in the past

Thanks for sharing such a unique piece.





Democratic Presidents commemerative glass set 1969

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Set of 8 Democratic Presidents glasses - has gold presidents seal on front and is gold rimmed, with all of the democratic presidents faces and years served on back. Says"copyright RES-ENT 1969" on bottom of glasses.

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Antique turquoise pendant,necklace,bracelet set

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Please Help Good day, I have a set of 3: necklace,pendant,bracelet. Which resembles a jewellery piece shown on your catalogue, page 325.(Antique 18kt persian turquoise necklace by famous Terrell & Zimmelman). The pieces I have has flower links in between. And at the back of the pedant is a diamond shaped mark printed with 800. I would be grateful if you are able to advice me on history, composition and value of these items. Thank you for magnificient site!!

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Your antique turquoise jewelry is worth $175-250 dollars. The markers mark on the back indicates it was made in Belgium between 1868 and 1942.

I hope this information helps.

Thanks for sharing and the kind words regarding our website :)






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