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14k key vintage holdet

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No makers hallmarks just 14k it looks identical to tiffany

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Dynastone ceramic dinnerware complete set--what's the value?

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I have a complete set of Dynastone dishware that is in near perfect condition. When I tried to find these online I couldn't find a single set like this for sale on eBay, or anywhere else for that matter. The description on the back states "Oven to-Table to-Washer". My guess would be that this set is from the 50's or 60's? They are ceramic and it states "stoneware" on them as well. I will post as many pics as I'm capable. Does anyone have an idea of the value on a set like this? Thanks in advance!

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5 gallon jug

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No other known markings.

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Hi Miranda,

Your 5 Gallon Jug is estimated between $35 to $50. In 2006 the jugs were selling for a lot

more. But today the average is closer to $40

Thanks,





Is this a genuine Disney Goofy Bank?

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This bank would have likely been purchased in the 1950's - 1960's. It is a painted ceramic Goofy coin bank. He's approximately 4" x 5" x 5 1/2". It's in fabulous shape and seems to have hardly been handled. There is a signature on the base near the stopper. Does anyone have any ideas about it's origin or that signature? Thank you for whatever information you can offer!

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky


Hi,

I have never seen a Goofy Bank painted like this one. I believe it may have been made by an

individual. At auction Goofy Head banks similar to this one are ranging between $10 to $15.

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Trend Wall Clack

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I have a Trend Wall clock that was given to a friend of mine as a wedding gift, and described then as an antique. This was approx. 1937-8. It is not in working order, I think caused by over tightening the key. it is otherwise well taken care of,i would describe it as in good condition. walnut,

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Need help with these pieces

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I'm new to this antique looking but I gotten these from a yard sale and was wondering about the authenticity of the pieces I got

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Big Joe #31 Hanks stove &Range company

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All I know is it a wood stove that was in my Grandparents old school.

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky


Hi,

Your Bid Joe Cast Iron Pot Belly Stove #31 by Hanks Stove and Range Co. is estimated

between $800 to $1,000. The company was incorporated in 1901 and located in Rome, GA.

Below is one that sold for $891.

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-1554104/antique-big-joe-cast-iron-pot-belly-parlor-stove-hanks-stove--range-co-home-ga.html

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Spotts German Furniture Collection

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These three pieces of matching German furniture we think were made pre-holocaust in Germany that was brought over here through the underground when our grandfather escaped a concentration camp. We have documentation of him coming here but are still trying to piece the puzzle together on the when the furniture was made and who was the manufacturer. They are solid mahogany and all pieces have original hand cravings on them. No work on them have been done whatsoever. We have not been able to find anything on the internet that is even close to these pieces.

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How much are predepression federal plates worth?

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Linda Hopkins

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I have a 21 piece set of dinner ware. The back has a black crown and says Colclough bone China, made in England and each piece has a number like c1773. It was my grandmother's who passed in 1860 and she lived in London

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pub mirrors

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I have 2 pub mirrors. One is a 1977 production pub mirror containing the inventor of the coca cola syrup and the founder of coca cola. In the center is a white coca cola porcelain looking dispenser. the second is another pub mirror, that has a metal frame with a large wordy advertisement. I have tried to find the value of these on line

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Beautiful mahogany bowfront dresser

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I was given this dresser by my 90 year old client. It has 6 dovetail drawers, a bow front and only has a few very light scratches.All drawers pull out nicely. I have not been able to locate a date anywhere on the dresser.

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1958 Snoopy kids fishing pole

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Does work

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1934 Fire Cheif Fluidless Flameless Mystery Lighter

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Coca cola marx truck

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Pope Gosser China

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Hi, I have 70 pieces of Pope Gosser China for appraisal.

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electrical group chicago 1934 silver plated spoon

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I have a silver plated souvenir spoon that has Electrical group Chicago 1934 in the spoon and the handle says a century of progress, Fort Dearborn 1833.

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A rare one indeed

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Hello, just wanted your best guess, a ballpark value of my clock: Telechron/Revere 7-tube gfc I think it is the Hanover model. Recently serviced and cleaned, chimes polished, is running/chiming as it should. Case is about an 8.5 out of ten, original finish, glass good, new rayon covered cord w/original plug. I have found very little information about it but found this site and so glad I did! I will be spending some more time here no doubt! I am in no rush but nevertheless eager to learn more about the clock, its value and/or any other websites or resources. Warmest thanks, Eric

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Lady holding a basket made in Japan

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Lady holding a basket in her left hand and red flower in her right . With a stamp with Japan on the bottom

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Lady holding a basket made in Japan

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Lady holding a basket in her left hand and red flower in her right . With a stamp with Japan on the bottom

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Lady holding a basket made in Japan

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Lady holding a basket in her left hand and red flower in her right .

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WW II ration stamps

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WW II ration book and paperwork with 11 stamps from 1937 in really good shape.

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky


Hi Bridget

Thousands of these have sold at auction. On average they bring about $12

Thanks,






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Antique settee.

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Candle stick holder

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Pink rounded candle stick holder

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Be-be bear made in gt Britain

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1974 Be-be bear made in gt Britain by Be-be (dolls) Ltd.Ringstead Northants. It has working macanics inside still playing fine...would just like to know how much it is worth I have had this bear since I was 1year old thankyou...

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky


Hi,

You did not include a picture but by what you described I

believe you have what is called a Blossom Toy. Musical Teddy

Bear by be be (dolls) ltd. I have seen many of these sell at

auction from $8.00 to $32.00. On average they go for $10.00

Thanks,






Japanese "Kyoto" or Temple Gate

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Small less than 4" tall Japanese "Kyoto" or Temple Gate figurine. Stamped with 3 words, 1st word is illegible but other 2 words are Occupied Japan. Would like to know estimated value. Thank you!

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky


Hi LaDonna,

This is actually called a Japanese Torii Gate and is used mostly in aquariums or on bonsai

trees as decoration. The estimated value is between $5 to $15.

Thanks,





4th edition annual bell HUM 703

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The bell is in excellent condition.No cracks,the porcelain clapper has only been tried once.The bell has a nice old world yellow patina. On the inside, it further says: handcrafted, Goebel, W.Germany, 1978. The relief picture outside depicts a little blonde girl w/a kerchief who seems to be singing to a bird who is on a long leaf also with its beak open. It does have the 1981 in relief painted in red. Underneath the 1981, is the M I Hummel depressed signature.

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky


Hi Linda,

Your 4th edition annual bell HUM 703 is estimated at about

$10. That is what most sell at auction not to include

shipping charges.

Wish I had better news.

Thanks,






James Phillips and sons

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Won't to know what is called and what it worth

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Oakland foundry heater

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Working heater oakland foundry stamp

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Hamilton hospital bed

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Hamilton hospital bed

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1902 STOCO Optical Universal Drill

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All I know about the piece is what you can see in the pics. 1902 Stoco It looks like a tool for grinding eye glasses or similar. It appears to be a diamond bit of some type. It measures about 10" tall and weighs 7lbs. Very good condition, everything works and nothing locked up. Any info at all would be helpful. Thanks in advance!

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky


Hi Rick,

Your 1902 STOCO Optical Universal Drill is estimated between $40 to $75.

I know of two others that sold one in 2010 for $57 which was in working condition.

The other sold in 2013 for $27 but was not in very good condition.

Hope this helps,

Thanks,





Open Book Lighter - WW1?

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I have a brass lighter shaped like a book with intricate details and a level of craftsmanship that makes people look twice. Flower and vines are etched into its sides. The lighter works by rotating open out of the book and exposing the striker and flint. The fuel is stored in wadding within the lighter. I do not know exactly where or when it is from but it came to me as part of my families trove of World War 1 medals. My family is from Scotland. It still strikes a spark but I have not filled it up or cleaned it.

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky


Hi Gordon,

I believe what you have is WW1 Trench art which is any decorative item made by soldiers,

prisoners of war or civilians where the manufacture is directly linked to armed conflict or its

consequences. I'm not sure you would be able to find any two just a like.

The estimated value is between $60 to $80. If you have on that is made into a puzzle type

with a secret way to open it. They sell for over $200 at auction.

Thanks,





Apprasial please

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It is a 3x3 coca cola sign has a little rust but still can read it and its still looks good ! I also have 1 square and 1 circle english breakfast tea tin cans i would like to know the. Value of these items please

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Soldiers of the Black watch Royal Regiment.

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This one has had me stumped for a long time now, I found the same item on the Christies auction site in Bronze a while ago. however, I have been able to find little else about these items. I am interested in selling them if I can locate the right buyer. Below is simply a copy of Christie’s auctions from 2006 For your reference. A VICTORIAN BRONZE FIGURE OF A WATERLOO SOLDIER IN THE BLACK WATCH AFTER JOSEPH EDGAR BOEHM, CAST BY ELKINGTON & CO., CIRCA 1880 Enlarge Price Realized • £4,440 Set Currency • ($8,427) Estimate • £2,000 - £3,000 • ($3,796 - $5,694) Sale Information • Sale 4970 — • European Furniture, Works of Arts, Tapestries and Carpets • 21 November 2006 • London, South Kensington Lot Description A VICTORIAN BRONZE FIGURE OF A WATERLOO SOLDIER IN THE BLACK WATCH AFTER JOSEPH EDGAR BOEHM, CAST BY ELKINGTON & Co., CIRCA 1880 The base inscribed with the title HIGHLANDER 1815, further inscribed to the sides J.E. BOEHM SCR., ELKINGTON & Co. COPYRIGHT 17½in. (44.5cm.) high I have four of the same make and size these appear to be coated in silver Highlander, Irish Dragoon, Welsh Fusilier, Grenadier.

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Cross& Olive Vase

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Cross & Olive vase. It belonged to my grandmother.Interested in history and current value.

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky


Hi,

Your Cross & Olive Vase is estimated between $18 to $26. Is yours is 9 ½” high?

One that size if for sale on ebay now for $18.10 to include shipping.

One sold in April 2013 for $26.00. The pattern is discontinued but can still be found

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Cross and Olive

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Cross& Olive vase.Belonged to my grandmother.would like to know age and value.

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Egg serving platter

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Uknown origin.Had it in our home for many years.would like to know the origin and value.

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky


Hi Jeanine,

Your Egg Serving Platter is worth between $10 to $25. Yours is the Sunburst Eye Center

Crystal Hobnail pattern. This dish usually brings around $20 at auction.

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Water pictcher

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Unknown origin. Was in my home when I was a child. Would like to know the origin and value.

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky


Hi Jeanine,

I believe you have a Vintage Cut Glass Water Pitcher with Sawtooth Rim.

The estimated value is between $40 to $55. The average they bring at auction is $45

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winchester padlock

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Jessica

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1920's A&B Battle Creek gas cooking stove. White/pearl. Works great in original condition. Four burner, broiler, and oven.

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky


Hi Jessica,

Your 1920's A&B Battle Creek gas cooking stove is estimated between $125 and $250.

Maybe more to the right buyer. If you sell it at auction be sure to put a minimum bid.

In 2007 two sold, 1 for $100 and the other for $225

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Occupied Japan human Piano!

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I have a piano. Its dimensions are about 40" tall, 42" wide, 28" deep. It also only has 64 keys, not 66. On the back, and on the inside is the stamp, " Made in Occupied Japan" .

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amston sterling silver bowl

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collection

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Old clock Mercedes made in Germany , not functioning at the moment but no damage to the mechanism. Vercase decorative plate 35cm diameter Rosenthal Studio line candle holders with ashtray.

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky


Hi Sotiris,

Your Versace Decorative Plate is estimated between $130 to $160. I have seen it go for as little as $69 at auction

Be sure to put a minimum bid if selling at auction.

Your Mercedes Clock has a value between $10 to $600 you did not include a picture so I can not give you a estimated value.

Your Rosenthal Studio line ashtray is estimated between $30 to $60. I only know of one that sold for $36 at auction.

I could not find any information on the candle holders

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Small coca cola tin

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I have an original Hummel Angel LULLABY 24/III, large candleholder. Goebel HUMMEL figurine. Estate. Tmk 5. But I do not know the price or value...

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Hi Lynda,

Your Hummel Angel Lullaby 24/III is estimated between $85 to $135.

The 2013 Hummel price guide gave it a value of $450. I believe that is just for insurance purposes.

Your piece should measure 6” x 8.75” if not, it may not be an original.

Below are some examples that sold at auction:

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-1373948/24iii-hummel-lullaby-candleholder-rare.html

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-501830/hummel-24iii-lullaby-figurine-candleholder-tmk-5.html

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Copper Leaf Dress Mannequin

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I purchased this mannequin from a lady who got it when her elderly neighbor passed away and the family was just throwing everything away. She knew nothing of the age or history of it and neither do I. I searched for hours online and could only find 1 similar, but it was a man's bust mannequin, also made of brass leaves. Mine is 4 1/2 feet tall and the man's one was as well. Because I couldn't find any others after hours of searching, and because they are the same height, I wondered if they could've been a pair at one time. I would really like to know if anyone's ever seen another one of these and how much it might be worth. I'm not sure I'd want to sell it as its a very cool piece. Thanks, Lisa

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Antique Children's Penny Farthing Bicycle - Extremely Rare

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Wear consistent with age and use but no rust and no tears in the leather seat. Handles made of turned wood. Iron frame; iron wheels on wooden rims with iron spokes. Rear Wheel has an 8 inch diameter, bicycle is 31 inches high and 40 inches in length

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Paco Gorospe Village by water oil painting

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I'm not quite sure if this is an antique, so to speak, but it is a beautiful piece. I just am at a loss in his work, and how much it is worth. I looking to sell this piece, as I am redecorating and the theme no longer fits. My uncle paid $75.00 for it from a estate sale in Milwaukee, South side, in 1998. He gave it to me in 2009. My question is what is its value, and how can you tell the original age? Thank you in advance to any information one can provide.

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Paco Gorospe Village by water oil painting

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My question, about the piece in the picture is what is its value, and how can you tell the original age? Thank you in advance to any information one can provide.

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