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Kupjack Clock

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I found a wag on wall clock in a dumpster where I worked. It was in a hand made box the clock was had made as well. After invetigating I found a name plate theat read Made by John P. Kupjack. After some googleing i found that John was the brother of Eugene Kupjack The famous miniature maker. The clock was made in the 70's for johns daughter as a wedding gift. Please help with a value.

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minature taxidermy

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Made around 1890-1910 they missing hair and paint in some spots but thats about it. Have glass eyes and one wire coming of a hoof that achored it to some display. i got them from an astate sale in Des Moines IA.. it doesnt look to that they were every used as childrens toys as they torn apart.

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Antique milk bottle

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The moores & ross milk company columbus ohio milk bottle one pint liquid also stamped W with 5 inside it thick old fasion glass the style / shape of the late forties or up to the mid fiftys

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steiff mecki stuffed hedgehog

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1950's hedgehog named "Mecki" with a molded hard rubber face, mohair fur and felt hands. She's wearing a red skirt, blue shirt, cotton apron. She has posable arms and legs. The doll itself is in mint condition and pretty cute! I believe this may be a steiff piece

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Solid Oak Cabinet (bonnetiere)

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I purchased the item at an auction from the heirs of Rosenthal family in Luxembourg Europe. 6 feet high 3 1/2 feet wide solid oak. That is about all I really know.

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Tall Wooden Stool/Table??

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Do not really have any information on this piece, as I noted before it was given to me by a friend who no longer wanted it.

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Abstract painting

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8 x 10 oil painting,en mexico on the back, unable to see the signature.

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conquistador ww1 lighter

Submitted by: Lynn
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I have a what I believe is a ww1 conquistador lighter. Their imiges are about 1/4 of a inch raised. It is round and I have pics but see nowhere to include them on this email. Any help woud be appreciated. Thank yoy Lynn Carpenter

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It's an iron padlock shaped like a diamond. It has the points at the top of the lock cut off at a 22.5 degree angle, where the lock catch is. It's flat and approximately 1/4" thick. Closed it is 2 1/4" from top to bottom.From cut off tip to cut off tip, it is 2". The latch is 1.5" across. The keyhole is a flat key with a right bottom angle on key hole. Held together with three brad type pins on the two left points and one holding the latch (off-center).mechanism opens from the left. No key But mechanism is moveable.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

You have an eagle padlock that was patented in 1896, but it was sold for many years after that date. It's probably from the 1920's or 1930's.

They sell for between $20-60 dollars, here are many examples of the padlocks selling in the past:

Eagle triangle padlocks





C.V. Gambina

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I purchased this doll from a thrift shop and I am trying to find out the history and value of the doll I have 2 authentic papers and a photo of the maker holdint the doll could you please help me I greatly appreciate it....

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Boar tusk candlestick holders

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Antique Dome Top Traveler's Trunk

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I don't know the exact age, but believe it to be at least 1920's. My Grandfather used it while campaigning for U.S. Senator and later became Governor of New Mexico from 1927-1931. It is in good condition, and has all the inserts. Some of the leather is worn and one handle is missing. The outside is a little dirty, but it should clean up fine.

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Webb laydown bottle

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I have two Thomas Webb laydown cameo glass perfume bottles one is yellow and one is blue what are they worth

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Bigelow-Hartford Rug Imperial Bossorah

Submitted by: Janet
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Between 1914 and 1929 rug, decent condition, fraying at edges, looks like someone might have crudely added the fringe in large loopy stitches.... 1 - what's the value 2 - should the fringe be removed? The back says Bigelow Hartford Imperial Bossorah, you may be able to tell from the photo. thanks, Janet

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Marble Top Dresser

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Dresser; marble top (original marble i believe) c. 1850-1890 ? Knapp dovetail (or scallop/peg), black lettering in second drawer bottom but I can't make out anything besides "from" part of the word "furniture" and "co." Brass pulls, on wheels, considerable wear on drawer bases from open/close.

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circa 1790's Primitive Blanket Chest-2 drawer

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1790's Primitive Blanket Chest-2 drawer Top part has two facade drawers, lid comes up to put blankets in...two bottom drawers, wide plank pine wood...etc. Grandmother was an antique dealer, we have had this piece in the family for quite a few years. I would like to send you a few pictures but this box won't let me insert one or two. I believe a picture is worth a thousand words. Can you give me a way to send you a pic? Bruce

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Creamer jug with cat handle

Submitted by: Barb
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vintage Erphila creamer/jug with cat handle. Marked 8039I on the bottom. 6" to the top of the cat's ear from the base. Excellent condition with crazing due to age which is at least 50 years old. No cracks, no chips. Very cute.

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Coronation Pin Edward III

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Edward VIII Coronation pin commemorating the coronation that never took place. Beautiful condition.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Barb,

If you'd like to purchase another one of these pins, here's one currently for sale for $21.95:

King Edward VIII proposed coronation pin for sale for $21.95

Your coronation pin for a coronation that never took place is worth $25-30 dollars.





Bessie Pease Gutman Prints

Submitted by: Barb
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Two Bessie Pease Gutman prints. A Little Bit of Heaven and The Awakening. Still in the original octogonal frame with original glass and matting paper on back. Original prints. Excellent condition. Some of the matting paper on the reverse is ripped but no damage to the prints, glass or frames. Circa 1927?

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Your Bessie Pease Gutman prints are worth $100-150 dollars each.

Thanks for sharing.





Steamboat document

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Balance sheet/circular/Agent's Report belonging to the William IV Steam Boat. Shows profit and loss for the year 1839. Signed A. Jones February 29, 1840. Prescott, Ontario. A. Jones is the Agent of Steam Boat Wm. IV. Folded into letter with post mark Prescott MR1 1840. Addressed to WR Saunders, ESQ, Kingston. The are a few seam rips in the document.

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Vintage Japanese Robot

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1963 Horikowa Machine Robot with original box. Both robot and box are in excellent condition. Still works. Runs on batteries.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Barb,

Your vintage tin toy robot from the 1960's is in excellent condition and is worth between $350-400 dollars. Here are some similar robots that have sold in the past:

Vintage Horikawa Tin Robot

1960s Horikawa tin toy robot sold for $315 dollars

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They had an episode on Pawn Stars where a guy had the exact same robot.





Vintage Coca Cola Palm Plates

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2 vintage porcelain Coca Cola palm plates. Some chips in the top and bottom of each palm plate by the screw holes but otherwise great condition.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Condition is very important and your signs look a little bit distressed :(

However, they are still valuable. Here are some similar signs that have sold in the $275-425 dollar range:

1930s Coca Cola thanks call again sign

1939 Coca Cola Porcelain Come in have a coke sign

1940 Coca Cola push plate sign

The signs in the $350-400 dollar range are in pristine condition. I would say your sign are worth in the lower end of the range and should easily fetch $200-275 dollars each.





Queen Louise Doll

Submitted by: Barb
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Armand Marseille Queen Louise doll. Ball jointed composition. Bisque head. Glass sleep eyes. Open mouth with teeth. Marked Germany Queen Louise on reverse of head. Original hair. A couple of fingers are missing. No cracks on face or body. Some chips on the body. Circa 1912? Some eyelashes missing but eyes still open and close. No clothes.

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Estimated Value submitted by AntiquesNavigator Staff

Armand Marseille Queen Louise dolls can sell for $550 dollars in excellent condition. Here's one currently for sale:

Armand Marseille -- Queen Louise Large Antique Doll

Since your Queen Louise doll is missing fingers, eyelashes and has cracks on her body, it might not obtain the same pricing as a similar doll in pristine condition. I would value your Queen Louise doll in the $200-300 dollar range.





Vintage Birks Silver Ring Box

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Birks sterling silver square ring box. dates from 1920s.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Your Birks silver ring box is worth around $200-250 dollars.

Here's a similar one currently for sale for $195 dollars:

Birks Sterling Silver ring box for sale





Brown bottle

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Brown bottle with "blob top". dates between 1840 and 1870? Still has original cork and original wire over cork. Some of the cork has deteriorated but there is still liquid in the brown bottle. Approximately 5" high. Marked 1 on bottom of bottle.

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Estimated Value submitted by AntiquesNavigator Staff

Bottle collector are looking for unique names and shapes. Even though your bottle is very old and in great condition, it doesn't have cool embossed lettering or something to make it stand it out. I would value your "blob top" bottle in the $10-25 dollar range.

Blob top bottles





Vintage drink set

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Libbey deco martini shaker with 4 glasses. Red rimmed glasses design shows 4 men talking and drinking - bar/pub scene. No lid for the shaker. No chips or cracks

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Ladies Tudor Oyster Watch

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Ladies Tudor Oyster watch. marked 12155 or 12165. Leather strap. Is not running.

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Royal Commemorative

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Paragon loving cup with flower figural handles. To commemorate the silver jubilee of their majesties, King George and Queen Mary 1910-1935

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Royal Commemorative Plate

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Royal commemorative -- to commemorate the visit of their majesties King George VI and Queen Elizabeth to Canada and US May 1939. Blue trim. Royal Staffordshire honey glaze. Harrison Bros. Pom Hall Montreal. Excellent condition, no chips or cracks.

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Domino Set

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Vintage Imperial domino set. Complete in original tin. Made of black plastics with white painted relief dots. no rivets. All uniform. All one size. All one piece. British manufacture throughout. Backs free from any identification marks. Hot water must not be used in cleaning these dominos. Excellent condition. No cracks or damage to the dominos. tin is in excellent condition.

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Sterling silver dresser set

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3 piece sterling silver dresser set. Excellent condition. Mirror is not cracked. Mirror, brush and comb. Marked .925 with lion symbol (passant). No teeth missing on comb. No bristles are missing on the brush but there is slight wear to the bristles because it had been used.

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Hello about $150 are you selling it ?

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8 OZ WITHOUT THE MIRROR AND BRUSH WOOD, I HAVE THE SAME SET, ABOUT 240$, WITH TREMENDOUS UPSIDE. 





Top of Antique cooking stove

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We have the top warming piece of an antique cooking stove that looks just like an Engman Matthews, however the initials are SM instead of EM. We are looking to see if there is any worth to it. Thank you!

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Help

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Hi.Ar can identify the author and figure how much this painting?

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Bavaria Plate

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Estimated Value submitted by AntiquesNavigator Staff

Hi Judy,

Your Royal Desdner Schumann made in Bavaria plate is worth $75-125 dollars. Here's one currently for sale for $78 dollars:

Royal Dresdner Schumann Plate for sale





Ms Elizabeth Chauvin

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I purchased a cobalt blue glass vase with a screw on open pattern top...it is about 5" tall and about 6" in diameter...I have had it for 30 years...and the person that previously owned it passed at age 88...no idea how long they had it. I took a photo but do not see a spot to send you one.

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Rosenthal

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I have a covered dish with pink hand-painted flowers with a siver overlay. It was made by Rosenthal in 1901. It is in mint condition. In all my searching for this piece I only found one picture of a piece that matches it that looked like a ginger jar. I have showed it to a couple antique dealers but can't find out anything. I can send picture if helpful.

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Music Stand

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Good day, I purchased this music stand from an estate. I would like an appraisal please to know it's origin,age and value. It is a two tiered wooden stand with brass patterned trim on top, a beveled mirror insert under the top tier, a beveled glass door that tilts downwards that houses two shelves. There is also a carved wooden door that tilts downwards that houses a two filing compartments. The four feet are carved and there are also castors behind each of the feet. The stand is approx. 100 cm high, and 45 - 50 cm wide. I have photographs which I can email to help with identification. Many thanks Nick

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Antique racing wagon

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Antique racing wagon..homemade from a crate, has a long tongue that the wagon handle is attached to..looks like a soap box racer except it has a wagon handle, it has wooden spoke wheels with old rubber. From talking to the person we bought it from we believe it dates back to the late 1800's. I have not been able to find anything even similar to it..I just believe it is very rare and I would like to know the value..it you can help it would be greatly appreciated..

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Wow, great antique toy! When I first saw it, it reminded me of a soap box racer, but they started in Akron OH in the 1930s. I believe your antique toy racer is older. Antique soap box racers from the 1930s can sell up to $1800 dollars. I believe your antique toy racing wagon is worth around $800-1200 dollars to the right buyer. If you find a buyer, feel them out about how excited they are and then start the negotiation high. You can always go down from there.

I hope this information helps and thanks for sharing. Your racing wagon is a great example of American history and a wonderful antique. Any toy car collector would love to have it in their collection.





Porcelen Bouquet Made in Italy Capodimonte/ S. Rioleva

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Porcelen Bouquet Made in Italy Capodimonte/ S. Rioleva, of rosesin basket. Roses and leaves vibrant colors no chips handle in tact/ doesnt look like any peices have been glued anywhere.

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Estimated Value submitted by AntiquesNavigator Staff

Hi Trudi,

Your Capodimonte porcelain bouquet is worth $50-100 dollars. Unfortunately the market is very soft right now, so it might be hard to find a buyer in that price range. I've seen these pieces sell for as low as $25 dollars:

Capo-di-Monte porcelain Bouquets

Thanks for sharing.





Coffee Tea Set From Soviet Union Russia

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Coffee Tea Set From Soviet Union Russia, no Chips or scratches mint condition. Came here with my aunt about 50 years ago at least.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Your tea set from the Soviet Union is worth $25-50 dollars.

Tea Sets





Cabnet from China

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Cabnet from china stands about 22" tall 22" accross ang 14" deep mint condition, no scratches, i believe about 50 years old

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Waterbury Clock

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Waterbury Clock Co. Parlor No. 81 (number is very faded, so not sure if "81") 10" high, 9" wide at base.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Your Waterbury clock is worth $200-400 dollars. Here are similar clocks for sale and past sales:

Waterbury Clock Co. Clocks

Waterbury clock #91

Waterbury porcelain mantel clock sold for $209.00 dollars

Waterbury Mantel Clock sold for $455 dollars





pot belly stove

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No 115 Southern Co-opertive FDY, Rome GA. Pot belly stove in excellent

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Estimated Value submitted by in good condition maybe2000$






the conspiracy of pontiac

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I have 6 dfferent books by Francis Parkman. they are green leather hardbacks from the 1800's and are in very good condiction.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Cindy,

What is the name of the 6 books? Are they part of a volume of books?

If you have the complete volume set, the six books might be worth around $1000 dollars. However, without see a photo of the books or which books you have its hard to place a firm price on them. You might want to visit a rare book store and let them make you an offer. They'll usually offer about half of what a collector will pay. They need to make money too.

I hope this information helps.





Old Porcelain doll

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over 17" tall. I've kept her wrapped and in a bag for Years. this was my Grandmother's doll. She is in her original clothing, she has porcelain head, arms, hands, chest and legs and feet.The rest of her body is stuffed I think with sawdust like material.

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Sadly not worth to much as I have cases of the dolls in kits in boxes that i picked up for 8.00 a box. It comes with the pattern to create her body and dress.. she is a huston studios doll. Alot of doll clubs have them . They are taught to teach people how to make porcelien doll bodies .





Made in Occupied Japan Nikko Novar 7x49mm 71 d binoculars

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Hi, pardon me for filling in the first page incorrectly. My name is Kelly and I don't have an antique store just an interest in old rare, and not so rare collectibles! I have a pair of Made in Occupied Japan Nikko Novar 7x49mm 71 degree binoculars no-576581, they look to be in pretty good condition, can you please give me some kind of ball park as to their value if I were to sell them to a collector? A low to high ball park would be great. thank you for your time Kelly

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Kelly,

Your made in occupied Japan Novar binoculars are worth $30-50 dollars, if they're in good condition.

Occupied Japan Binoculars

I hope this helps!





Unsigned Improved Order of Red Men Certificate

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I have an unsigned IORM Adoption Certificate from around 1900. It is approx 3 ft tall and under glass. I also have an undated picture I assume is from the Kokomo, IN lodge.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Erin,

The Improved Order of Red Men was founded by descendants of the same Americans that led the boston tea party! The called themselves the Red Men because they said the original boston tea party participants dressed up as Mohawk Indians.

Improved Order of Red Men history

I would say your Improved Order of Red Men certificate is worth between $300-500 dollars.

Thanks for sharing, its a unique piece and a great antique relating to our founding fathers.





antique comic cook figures mural denotes a "C" on chef figures hats

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Vintage Poste poster has number 80099 in lower left corner. Mural is of comical cook figures. Two have a "C" on the cook hats. I do not know what company or entity is represented in the mural, perhaps a baking company. The mural is 2'1" x 5'7". The first of the five tall round comic figures is a baker with "C on his hat, next is girl with basket of apples, holding an apple, third is dressed as an eskimo, forth is identical to the second apple basket holder and the fifth is the baker with "C" on the hat, same as first. All figures are round and big like the older Betty Boop type. Would really appreciate any help identifying the poster. I suspect it is anywhere from 1930's to 1960's. Poster has been kept rolled in a trunk for 30 or so years and is in excellent condition.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Sherron,

You have a poster of the Campbell Kids. The first Campbell kids advertisement was in 1904 for the Campbell Soup Company. The illustrator was Grace Drayton, a popular illustrator in her day. She originally drew Campbell Kids as average boys and girls, but she later dressed them for special activities like cooking or working as police officers. The Campbell kids were used in ads until about 1951. So you were pretty close on the time frame, your poster is from sometime between 1904 and 1951.

As far as value, it's hard to say. Luckily, advertising collectibles are pretty popular right now. I would say your poster is worth around $25-50 dollars.





World War ll Stocks/Savings Bond US Pamplet

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it is more of a pamplet n not a book..paper material..about 8-9 pages..pictures date back 2 worldwarll..has us seal on it also

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Estimated Value submitted by AntiquesNavigator Staff

Hi Lavena,

Your World War II savings bonds pamphlet is worth $20-40 dollars. Thousands of these pamphlets were printed and distributed, so they're not rare.

Thanks for sharing.





Adam Klodowski

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1950's General Electric, electric range. In quite good shape. Looks barely used. Everything works; burners,oven,oven door,built n stove light.

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