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Vintage Looking Ceramic Figurine of A Baby Boy With D Mark On Back

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This is a small but somewhat heavy ceramic figurine of a infant baby boy. Has gold tone trimming around the edges. Features an engraved letter D on the back. Figurine Measures 5.25" X 3.25". Am not sure if it is antique or not.

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Unusual RARE European Antique Group Portrait Photo with Soldiers, Signed Goarg Stark 1936

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Unusual RARE Antique Group Portrait Postcard of Soldiers Signed Goarg? Stark, Germany 1936 Here is an interesting looking original photo portrait postcard written in German and dated 1936. Unfortunately, I cannot read German but there is definitely something that draws me to this photo and especially the middle figure. Obviously, there are two soldiers in the photo, who perhaps are relatives of the older gentleman. Perhaps the written content of the postcard reveals something about the story. Am not sure whether the signed name is Geoarg or Goarg. Overall, the postcard is in fairly good condition. The postal stamp and some of the text from the back of the photo were applied with enough force, so that they do show up partially on the image (bottom left and right hand). Also, there are a few small stains on the back and the edges of the paper show minor wear. Dimensions: 5.4" X 3.4" (13.7 cm X 8.7 cm) Colour of photo: Sepia

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Unique Vintage Looking Small Leather Covered Bottle with Fleur de Lis Symbol

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This is a small, soft leather vintage looking bottle I came across at a thrift shop and it kind of caught my attention. It is green on the inside, and a small stain on one of the sides, however, I find the detailing to be interesting and would like to find out it's origin and possible value. Bottle is 4" in height.

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silver serving tray

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i have what i believe is a serving tray, made from silver. it's 22 inches long and 15 1/8 wide. sets on 4 legs.

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Help me figure this one out

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I was cleaning out the closet of my new home and cam across this item along with several other antique items. Im not sure what it is or what it is used for. The stand is made of cast iron and the twine around the bottle and top is a rope like material. The bottle appears to be hand blown. There is no markings that i could see. Im not interested in selling but i would love to know what it is and what it could possibly be worth. Thank You

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Coal/wood burning parlor stove

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We were given this stove while helping someone clean out their barn. It's a cast iron coal or wood burning parlor stove and it is complete. I'm not positive, but I would say it's possibly from the early 1900's.

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Pittston Wood burning Kitchen Stove

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Pittston wood burning kitchen stove, cast steel with green and white enamel coating. Mostly complete, but not all parts are attached. Not sure of it's age, but I would guess 1800's- early 1900's. We found it in our barn when we purchased our house.

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canon

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repicia of canon canon de sitio siglo xv1

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SALT and PEPPER SHAKERS

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HI: i have a pair of saltand pepper shakers. They are glass with black plastic caps. they are the HORNE design like the dominion glass pagoda cruet. In fact the bottom section of the shakers are identical to the lower section of the pagoda cruet (speckled)- i think they would be an accomplement to the pagoda. On the bottom of the shakers their is embossed print- HORNE Reg'd 1932 also their is the typical dominion glass trade mark, a small diamond with a "D".and each shaker has a number 4 and 5 adjacent to the diamond respectively. total height is 3-5/8 inches. The speckled area that surounds the lower portion is 8 sided(octaginal like the cruet has), that area is 1 1/2 inches of the lower section.from the area above the speckled area to the top the shakers they constrict to a round neck aprox. 3/4 of inch dia.. eugene charron echarron1@cogeco.ca

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Violinist figure made in Japan

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This is a figure mounted on a cross section of a tree branch with a Japanese character painted on it. The figure is made of fabric, stuffing and what appears to be stiff wire inside, and has a painted face. The figure is playing a violin and looks like it is supposed to be a gypsy or Italian figure, although the figure has a tag on it that indicates it was made in Japan. The figure is about 5-6 inches tall. He is wearing a knit green cap with a white pompon, has black velvet pants and a printed tunic over a formal white shirt with a bead for a cufflink on each sleeve. The tunic has a fringe. The violin and bow are made of wood and the strings on the bow and violin seem to be made of single threads. The figure has a nose and ears that are glued to the face, although the rest of the face is painted. It has brown eyes and a brown fringe made of threads for hair sticking out from under the cap. He is barefoot. He seems to be being held together with stitching and with glue. He is not poseable, but is posed as if playing his instrument. There is a gold colored, printed and embossed tag around his neck that looks like a Japanese child holding a gold-colored disk, although you can only see the head, eyes, hands and feet of the child, as the rest (the gold disk) is part of the tag. The tag says something like "The Original Shibateh" although the stamp is blurry so the H's could be M's, N's or some combination. The bottom of the tag says "Handicrafted (sic) in Japan". There is also a stylized Japanese logo in the center of the tag that looks like Fi with the F trisected. The reverse side of the tag reads "This seal guarantees Top Quality and Workmanship Beware of Imitations!" The bottom of the figure also has a gold embossed tag that is hard to read. It has the stylized Japanese logo on it, with a sentence in Japanese characters underneath. Below that is something that appears to say "FUTABA DOLLATELIER KOCHI". I think this item was purchased in the 1960's. I tried to search online for information about this item but had no luck. Any info is greatly appreciated! ALSO: Any estimates of worth and where to sell it?

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it is a Japanese water spirit figure. They are turtle humanoid figures of good luck. I have a Golfer and the company in Japan' Futapa Dollatelier Kochi, is on the gold tag proclaimng it is authentic etc. they are from the 1950s -?.One name I have seen is "Shibetan Kappa" for water spirit.





Philips Reverbeo biampli radio from WWII

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Philips Reverbeo biampli radio. Type B7X14A/62. It was ordered in Germany by Gillen & Garcon. It is in perfect shape, works, tuns in, radio stations come in clear. It is just beautiful. The back of it is perfect, all the tubs and such. I think it is from 1962, I do know that it is rare, rare, rare.

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Aeolian Player Piano

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Aeolian Player Piano/Organ. It is in medium condition, it needs some repair, has not been played in years. It does work.

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"x" Curule wooden folding chair.

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This is a reproduction, I do not know the date though, it is very cool. I would love more information on it.

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Websters Library of Universal Knowlege

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Big book published in 1968, it is in okay condition, the binding is a little torn. It has been sitting on a shelf for years.

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Jade and Glass Vintiage Plant

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I know that it is not all jade, there is glass with pink quartz stones. It was given to me years ago, I do not know who the artist is, nor the year. Hoping that someone can help.

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M.J. Hummel Little cellist

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It's in excellent condition, I'm not sure of the age, but I do know that it is retired from Hummel. It is signed and is stamped on the bottom of the base and says it was made in Western Germany with the numbers 89/1 imprinted ot the bottom also. I also have a Bradley hubbard mirror from the 1800 or 1900's in excellent condition. I can send pictures of both.

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M.J.Hummel Collectable and 1800 Bradley & Hubbard Mirror

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I have this retired Hummel titled Little Cellist that's if excellent condition engraved with the M.J.Hummel name on the front and the number 89/1 on the bottom of the base, stamped with their emblem and Western Germany. I also have a bradley and Hubbard Mirror from the 18th century in excellent condition. I would like to know what these items are worth and if you can get me in touch with someone to sell them to.

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Buck's royal 45 stove

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Peirce Dictation System

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The item is a Peirce Dictation System. I do not know how old it is. It is model number 425 and the serial number is 1087. It is in the original leather case. The microphone is also present. The item, case, and mic are in perfect condition.

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Haviland serving plate 1941

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100% undamaged. ww2 china, johann Haviland.

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50 reichspfennig

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Suposed to be rare and valuble? Superb condisision.

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German, Meissen Porcelain Centerpiece, Dot Period

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I have recently acquired this beautiful German porcelain centerpiece. It is a pierced oval basket supported by a base of two cherub/putto seated on a rock out crop. The female has a woven basket of flowers on her lap. The piece is hand painted and gilded. The total Height is 12 3/4". The condition is as follows; a wing is missing from one putti, very small chips on a few of the outer flowers, and a repair on the base about the size of a dime, otherwise the piece is in good shape. The mark is a blue cross sword with a dot between the handles. There is an incised mark on the base 7533. The basket also has an incised mark but it is not as clear and I believe it might be JSG.373 or JSC.313. Any information on this piece would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

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antique metal baby cradle

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I have an old antique metal rocking baby cradle and would like to have an idea as to what it is worth if anything. Very sturdy with cast iron scrolled footings. The rocking basket is made of a heavy-duty wire in a very nice lattice design. Same Lattice design in on the bottom attached to the legs. There is a metal pole attached which was used for either a mobile or netting to protect baby. The top of the cradle basket measures 37 3/4" length, 20" width, 14 1/2 " depth. It tapers slightly to the bottom of the basket to 33 3/4" length, 16 1/2" width. From floor to top of mobile pole measures 53 1/2 " and the total width from footing to footing is 40". Thanks kindly, Anne Neufeld

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pre occupied japan items

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i have a salt and pepper set with a holder , not sure material, seems ceramic..underneath says made in pre occupied japan. very small , about 2inches in size with a blue design

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Kilgore cast iron dump truck ct142A

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all cast iron dark body with red dumpbed rolling wheels on the bottomof the bed is a CT142A it has been in my family for more than fifty years or so

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lamp

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rare antique lamp hand blown green glass platinum plated from itly morono 1940 to 1960 belonged to duke of parma

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antique silver goblet

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Hand crafted figurine pair

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I have a set of figurines, both separate; a little boy wearing a green hat and a little girl with braids. Both are barefoot and eyes closed, each with a cat, leaning toward each other for a kiss. The kitten with the boy is stretched toward the kitten with the girl like it is leaning in for a kiss as well. The boy is holding a bouquet of flowers behind his back. The girl is clasping her hands. The pair was given to me in the 1980s and I was told they were Hummels. While they appear to have similarities to Hummel figurines such as coloring, the boy's hat and general material (not glossy)After much research, I don't believe they are Hummels but would like to know if anyone can identify them. They are marked on the bottom with 176, an R under a design of sorts and an N in a square. They also say genuine porcelain decorated by hand

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Inlaid leather top-3 pieces-edged in gold. Double pedestal. 3 drawers on the left, one center drawer, small drawer and file drawer on the right. Antiqued brass knobs across the top drawers and circular handles on the lower ones.

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Commodore China by Salem ( 29 carat gold) 46 pieces

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I have a 46 piece China set. Excellent shape no chips or cracks.

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Hi Richard,

24 carat gold is pure gold, so 29 carat gold doesn't make sense. I'm going to assume you mean 22-24 carat.

Your 46 piece Commodore China by Salem with gold trim is worth $300-600 dollars.





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ICE-O-MATE US.PATTEN#0140395-2213166

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Hi Diane,

Unfortunately, there's not a real big market for antique or vintage ice crushers. The patent was issued in 1944, but it appears to be a appliance from the 1950's. Here's the first page of the patent:



Your ice-o-matic is worth $20-30 dollars and that might be in the upper range of its value.

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Jade Statues

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These are 2 antique jade statues from Mexican Aztec or Mayan ancient cultures. They were found in my brother's ranch after digging the ground for a lanscaping project.

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Wow, if your jade statues are really mayan, that's a fantastic find and they really belong in a museum! I would place a value of $1000-2000 each on your mayan statues, but really the sky is the limit. It's all about finding the right buyer who would appreciate them enough to pay top dollar. <br><br> Thanks for sharing. You have very unique Mayan statues.





Capodimonte Tiger

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Stands about 35" tall, sitting with all feet on ground with tail wrapping around back left leg. Head is turned to the left. Has the marking "Capodimonte-Made In Italy" on the underside near the rear. Is all neutral colored orangeish brown, tan, black with white teeth and pink tongue. In very good condition. Don't know when it was made or any other details about it.

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You have a beautiful porcelain tiger! I would estimate your Capodimonte tiger is worth around $700-1000 dollars!

Thanks for sharing. It's a beautiful piece.





Repertoire Round Wooden Table by Drexel 569-345-346

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Repertoire Round Wooden Table by Drexel 569-345-346

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No.2 Agfa Ansco Camera - 1933 Chicago Century of Progress - Worlds Fair

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in good cosmetic condtion

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Your No. 2 Agfa Ansco 1933 Worlds fair camera is worth between $150-300 dollars. Here are some similar cameras that have sold in the past: <br><br> <a href="http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-639944/vintage-1933-century-of-progress-box-camera-chicago-worlds-fair.html">1993 Centry of progress camera that sold for $360 dollars</a> <br><br> <a href="http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-797598/scarce-1933-kodak-special-chicago-worlds-fair-souvenir-camera-brownie-no-2.html">Scarce 1933 Kodak special Chicago Worlds Fair souvenir Camera No. 2</a> <br><br> <a href="http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-796025/no2-agfa-ansco-camera--1933-chicago-century-of-progress--worlds-fair.html">No2 Agfa Ansco 1933 Chicago Worlds Fair Century of Progress Camera that sold for $111 dollars</a>





Unidentified glass? How to Aquire a new?

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can anyone identify this liqueur glass? there are no distinguishing marks other than the pattern and design. C

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Mystery Makers mark (hallmark)

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items are: tabletop lighter/ smoking set and small rococco`style trinket box (Gold colored, lined red velvet. picture of maddona and child.) Under the box is a small brand that is similar to that of an Italian ship (Galleon) I found nothing. then came a customer with the same makers mark, only more pronounced when it was engraved in the metal. a smoking set, with a table dish, cigarette case and lighter (flint and petrol) But in the background of the picture, we discovered yet another symbol. It looks like a house photographed from above. The letter Y is written on the roof. Material used for these things had the same rough shape, lumpy, wavy. Is there anything you can tell me about these makers marks? best regards Charlene Larsen

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Carvings, unsure of material.

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Have photos of 2 carved elephants I bought at an estate auction, was actually an Antique store whose owner passed. I would like to know the substance out of which these pieces were carved. They are definitely not plastic of any kind, yet neither is heavy enough to be stone nor clay. Could they be bone or horn of some kind? I would love to find out. Thank you, Colleen Powell

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Carvings, made of?

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Recently, I puchased these two elephant carvings at an estate auction, which was actually an Antique store whose owner had passed. Neither elephant is plastic of any kind , yet not heavy enough for stone nor clay. Could they possibly be made from bone or horn? Any information would be greatly appreciated and I will certainly still love them anyway. Sincerely, Colleen Vance-Powell

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My dad has a set of four. He has been told they are made of crushed oyster shells





Hurricane lamps

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Hi Could someone please give me a little bit of history and price range on this lamp? They are 24" to top of globe, 27" to top of hurricane. Excellent condition - no nicks, scratches, etc. Thank you!

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You have a GWTW (Gone with the Wind) lamp and its quite beautiful. It is from 1890-1906 time frame I suspect. Its worth between $500-$1200 dollars





old vanity desk with mirror NO-9349-VAN

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antique camel lighter

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this is a lighter in nice condition it is a stranger flip top with a wide stiker it is etched camel on the front it is gold in color with a leather casing and thong draw stringI have searched and searced no one has this lighter I got it from woman aged 103 said it was her husbands have pics blurry but pics

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Hutschenruether plates signed leah on back

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5 Hutschenruether plates with light green edges, 3 pink flowers around edge with small blue flowers in various places all over the plates, and trim is gold. The plates have the Hutschenruether Gelb Lion and Leah with 3 blue flowers on the back. Have no idea how old found them in a box at an antique auction

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eight inch pink open rose pitcher

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NO CHIPS AS FAR AS I KNOW IT HAS BEEN IN MY FAMIILY FOR ABOUT 75 TO 100 YEARS. IT WAS SUPPOSED TO HAVE BEEN MY GRANDMOTHER'S AND SINCE MY MOTHER WOUD HAVE BEEN 105 YEARS OLD THIS YEAR I KNOW THAT IT IS VERY OLD.

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Carolina Loncar

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Majestic Wood & Coal cookstove

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guilio rosati watercolor litho print

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I have a piece of framed art work signed by artist Giulio Rosati. Just below his signature, in very small letters that require a magnifying glass to see, are the words "copyright F. H. Bresler & Co. 1902. It is in the original frame. The piece itself (minus the frame) is 18.25" wide x 22.75" tall. the frame has some chips out of it and it ( the frame) is very fragile. It is obviously a signed print. Frank Bresler, my research reveals, was a Milwaukee art dealer at the turn of the century who, in 1900 invented a new way to produce lithographs. I have reason to believ the artist G. Rosati an Orientalist did indeed sign the piece. He lived from around 1858 to 1917 I believe. I cant find price value for prints by Rosati, except modern day ones. I have pictures but dont see a way to upload them to you. K N D

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I am a curator from Sotherbys auction house. Without a picture of the artwork and the frame it's difficult to say with any confidence. But if you are accurate in what you describe, any work from the turn of the century (1900-1909) from F.H Bresler & co is quite valuable. Frank Breslar founded F. H Breslar & co.in Milwaukee WI. and in 1900 he invented a new method for lithographs. He traveled to Europe quite often and he would buy masterpieces and then use his new method to print a few copies and have the artist sign the pieces. You describe just such a piece. Very rare indeed. If your's is indeed dated 1902 you have a treasured piece. Giulio Rosati was a master Orientalist from Italy. He lived from 1858-1917 like you mentioned. Mr. Breslar did have some lithos signed by this artist. Without seeing the work it's hard to say, but again, if your description is accurate, in that it states "copyright F. H. Breslar & co. 1902", under the artist signature, you have an original artist signed litho worth between $3500-$6500, maybe more at the right auction. By the way, the original is valued at $40,000. Established by a recent sale at Sotherbys in London. Congrats! Ms. Valerie Botticili





jerger brass alarm clock

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it is working the bell sounds but I'm not sure hoew to set it. Good condition normal wear just want an idea of worth can't find this actual clock online

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Dave Hebeisen

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Antique sideboard, said to have been made for Elisha Otis, of Otis elevator fame [invented it] Everything is sound, & working, was made in the mid 1800s has key hole, in 1 drawer, & 1 door, but no keys Elaborate carving thruout, including intragrated drawer, & door pulls

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