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Figurine

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This figurine ia also hand painted bLenwile China by Ardalt been in the family a very long long time.

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Lenwile Ardalt Girl figurines sell for $30-50 dollars. Here's a very similar Ardalt figurine that's for sale for $28 dollars:

Ardalt Bisque Lady Figurine for sale for $28 dollars





"big Eyes" binoculars

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Plate on the bottom has star of david with letters EK in the center of it. These are all brass with lens caps on them. Magnification is 15 x 4 degrees. They are angle binoculars and each one is individually adjustable. They work great and are in great ccondition. Could anyone offer some info on the maker and origin please.

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Hi Curt,

I believe you have a pair of military WWII ship binoculars. They would have been mounted on a stand that rotated. I also think they might be quite valuable. Here's a similar pair of WWII Japanese ship binoculars that sold for $3250 dollars!

WWII Japanese ship binoculars

Here's a link to a page discussing a makers mark for WWII binoculars with the same makers mark as your set:

WWII Japanese military binoculars with Makers mark "EK" in a symbol that looks like 2 opposing triangles (like an elongated Star of David)

I would say your WWII "big" binoculars are worth $1500-3000 dollars.

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I would value them between $ 1,500 - 2,500, do you have a gimbal or cradle to support them ?





Coca-Cola Plates

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Hello! I collected Coca-Cola items for about 10yrs when I was younger. An old, dear family friend gave me a plate & bowl set that he said came home "from the war" (which war, I'm not sure) with his father. I'm guessing these are from the 1940s or so, if not earlier. I cannot find anything online that looks even remotely similar to these plates; however, they do have the trademark Coca-Cola logo on them. I can provide pictures!! Please call or e-mail me as soon as you can if you think you can help or can at least point me in the right direction. I'm dying to know what I've got here, and if it's rare or just a cool find. Either way, I think it's pretty cool. ;) Thanks!

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Hi Danielle,

Do you have any photos of the coca cola plates your friend gave you?





1950 L&H six-burner, double oven electric range

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Does anybody know the value of this 1950 L&H six-burner, double oven. It is in great condition and is all original.

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Hi Ron,

1950's antique stoves do not usually go for real big bucks but I would say your L&H stove is worth around $300-400 dollars.

Here are some similar stoves from that time period:

1950s Chambers Antique Stove

1950s Okeefe and Merritt Antique Stove

1950s Frigidair electric stove

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Hey i too have one of these and cant find a value i have seen a couple online up to $8,000 though!!!





Lancel Clock

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I have a very unique timepiece that I purchased at an auction sale over 30 years ago. I have never seen another like it and was wondering if you had any information on it and it's possible worth. The back cover says LANCEL, MADE IN FRANCE and it was mounted on what seemed to be a broken ceramic tile when I purchased it. The front of the clock has 3, 4 point pinwheels that have numbers on the pins as well as the numbers 0 to 60 and the word FRANCE on the face. The metal on the face is gold in colour and has intricate engraving of what appear to be 2 horn-o-plenty type pots with 2 flowers in each. The hand which indicates the hour number on it sweeps across the face of the timepiece pointing at the number which indicates the minute. This timepiece is in working condition and I have attached some pictures to help try and identify it. Would you be able to assist?

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Estimated Value submitted by Nelson

Beautiful clock! It is very unique, that's for sure.

I would estimate the value of your Lancel clock in the $500-600 dollar range.

Thanks for sharing.

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Since putting this timepiece up for appraisal, I have been in contact with Lancel of France several times. The final verdict is that there is not one person in the company who is able to pull any records on where or when this came from. It is a complete mystery to them how this ever got out into the market. I am hoping that there must be an expert on timepieces somewhere out there that would recognize the style and workmanship who would be able to give me an appraisal or an offer on it.





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this doll approx 14 inches tall would like any info you could give me on it. thank you here is the link http://s154.photobucket.com/albums/s249/juf07/moms%20stuff/

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I believe your vintage doll is wearing a top hat and the brim has been ripped off. In this condition I would value your doll in the $20-30 dollar range.





Corona personal writing machine (circa 1920)

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The writing machine is in excellent condition. No scrstches or dings. Mechanically, it works just fine. The leather covered carrying case is in good shape. The leather is a little dry but has no rips or cuts. The ribbon is a little dry.

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Hi Jim,

The Corona 3 was one of the most popular typewriters in history with over 600,000 sold.

Here's one for sale on typewriter.com for $650 dollars:

Corona 3 for $650 dollars

However, finding a buyer at that price might prove difficult, especially in this market. According to this author, the typewriter market is full of delusional pricing and some of these same typewriters are selling for hundreds less on craigslist and elsewhere.

You have a classic typewriter and I'm sure a antique typewriter collector would love to have it in their collection.





"Gone With The Wind' lamp

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The lamp is in excellent condition. It has been modified for electricity. The globe is in pristine condition. The chimny has a large chip on the base (inside the globe).The fuel resivoir and other internal parts are still in place and in good shape.

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Hi Jim,

Your "Gone with the Wind" style lamp is worth $150-250 dollars. Here's a link with similar lamps for sale in that range:

Antique Gone with the Wind lamps for sale

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Antique Jade Sabre- Ming Dynasty

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14th Century Ming Dynasty Jade-Sabre with dragon carving inscription of 1482 year and Tsang Phing. with Im Yang Diagram and Coin diagram. It is a chalk Jade, with 3 color gradation. Dimension in mm : 205 x 45 x 17 https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-oGMzrDnwQFo/TgxlPzRRnhI/AAAAAAAAE6A/YXxouqnRBCQ/s128/Giok%252520Berdiri%252520A...jpg https://picasaweb.google.com/cjsource/AntiqueJadeSabreMingDynasty#5623981398940407890 https://picasaweb.google.com/cjsource/AntiqueJadeSabreMingDynasty#5623981356814016018 https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-zUyjtEtjDr0/TgxlRHA6LGI/AAAAAAAAE6E/C-h2_Hf13uA/s128/Giok%252520Berdiri%252520C.jpg https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-0hflGRTyoek/TgxlSQM_WFI/AAAAAAAAE7Q/bnEYN-fctwM/s128/Giok%252520tidur.jpg

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Hi Boan,

If your antique jade sabre is genuine, it's more than likely priceless.

Thanks for sharing.






Dresser

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60+++ years old. Solid hardwood, not sure what kind of wood. Very good condition

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Hi Judy,

That's a beautiful dresser. I would say it would easily sell in the $1250-1500 dollar range.

Thanks for sharing.





handcraft

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hi , i have a beautiful handcrafted piece 13" h ,with some information in the bottom :DYNATONE ...each piece of dynastone is individually molded by the hands of craftsmen and then given ahand-rubbed finish that makes each piece a unique creation in itselt... please i need your help if you have any idea about it thank

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Hi ouesl,

Your handcrafted vase is very unique. It's hard to put a price on it since it's so unusual. I have never seen anything like it, do you know how old it is or where it was manufactured?

Just taking a guess, I would value your vase in the $100-200 dollar range, but take it with a grain of salt. I've never seen another vase like yours.





swiss musical movement

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hi , i have swiss musical movement ( doctor zhivago lara's theme stanger in the night)in need your help please . thank you

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Your swiss musical movement is worth $350-450 dollars. Here's a link to Tony's Jewelry who has one for sale for $389 dollars:

Reuge Swiss Musical Movement made in Italy

It's near the bottom of the page.

Very cool clock, thanks for sharing its value with us.

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Duck Decoys in Unopened L.L.Bean shipping boxes 1975

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These are four original shipping boxes from L.L. Bean dated November 1975, although the newspaper they are packed in is 1971. These are a mixture of cork black mallards and hens and drake mallards. The boxes have never been opened and are still sealed, although over time, the shipping boxes have gotten soft but still not used or opened. Complete with heads and bodies

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Wow,

Nice decoys in the original packaging! Your L.L. Bean decoys are worth $80-120 each.

Thanks for sharing.





Parlor Stove

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Parlor Glow No. 18 A very nice little parlor stove with 10 mica windows to view the fire. Made by Southern Co-op Foundry of Rome, GA, it stands 29" high with a 16" by 19" footprint and a 15" firebox. Circa 1920's. It is in good condition.

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Your no. 18 parlor stove is worth $250-350 dollars. Here are some similar stoves that sold in that price range:



Various parlor stoves that sold by auction





Texas Ranger Bicycle

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A Texas Ranger Bicycle has a motor just for sound. it is in good condition. weathered and worn but everything is original. pictures will explain

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Hi Troyce,

Nice vintage bike! Your bike was made by the Meade cycle company in Chicago. I couldn't find the exact one, but I there are numerous examples of "ranger" bicycles with coaster brakes:

Texas Ranger Bike for Restore / preserve

Texas Ranger Bike sold for $200

Various Texas Ranger Bikes

Most of the texas ranger bikes I found that have sold previously were from the 1920's. I don't believe your bike is that old, but its still an excellent collectible. I would say it would fetch between $350-750 dollars.

Here's one more link to check out:

1931-1940 Ranger bike that sold for $675

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I can sort of relate to what you're tankilg about. I get weird feelings when I go into some second hand type places. For some reason I can either sense or imagine that some of the items I'm seeing must have been owned by someone who has passed away.





Gold plated sawn Ring Holder

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Still in Original packing, this is a beautiful gold plated sawn Ring Holder. Made by Giftco INC.Made in Hong Kong. No.2317

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Hi Radhika,

Anything made in hong kong is most likely not an antique (100 years old or older). Hong Kong produced very little before 1950 and had a boom in the 1960s through the 1970s.

I would say your ring holder is from the 1970s or later and is worth around $15-25 dollars.

Thanks for sharing!





Unusual Locks

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have some padlocks that I can't identify, need your help. have one though that is a funny lock, no markings except PATD, the others such as FLYER with a duck is another one, and a couple that has no markings at all.

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Wow, you have some nice antique padlocks! What you have is called a story lock. You have the china-man story lock. Its worth $900-1250 dollars minimum.

Story locks were made by the Trenton lock company, in I believe connecticut. They were made in the late 1800's.

I'm very impressed! Nice lock collection!!!

Here's a link to another story lock called the werewolf:

Werewolf story locks

Your other locks are more common. The iron one with a brass keyhole is called a smokehouse padlock and is worth $30-50. The rest are worth probably $20-30 dollars each.

Would you like to sell your antique padlocks?





wedgewood cook stove

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i cant seem to find much info about this stove .. It has the numbers 998 b-y on the steel by the burners and it says wedgewood on the front door..

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1882 mosler.bahmann safe

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1882 mosler.bahmann safe

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Hi Richard,

It's really hard to do an antique appraisal without a picture or some description of the size and working condition of your antique safe.

However, here's a link for some Mosler Antique safes that sold between $400 dollars and $2000 dollars depending on type and condition:

Mosler Antique Safes

I would say its safe to say your antique safe falls in that price range, $400-2000 dollars.

Thanks for sharing.





1904 St. Louis World's Fair Tin Litho Egg

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Title says it all,1904 St. Louis World's Fair Egg. It's average egg size worn but still visible where it came from.

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Your 1904 worlds fair litho egg is pretty rough, but its still a great collectible. It should be worth around $50-100 dollars.

Here's a link to an egg in similar condition that sold for $85 dollars:

1904 St. Louis Worlds Fair Tin Litho Easter Egg





Fisher Grandpa Wood Stove

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I have a aunt that has asked me to find out the worth of her fisher wood stove said grandaddy but think she means granpa upon my researching.. she would like a range of value it could be worth .or at least the right places to look for correct pricing . She will not pay for an idea . So would appreciate any help you could give me . Thanks P.S. This stove is in good condition has been used in her house every winter till this year .

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Hi Jennifer,

Do you have a photo of your Fisher grandpa wood stove? Some people say its impossible to get a good antique appraisal over the internet, they say without holding the antique or seeing it in person the true value can not be determined. It's even more difficult without even a photo!

I did a quick search for Fisher stoves:

Fisher Stoves

and they appear to be selling for around $300-500 dollars.

I hope this helps!

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TIDAX knife, GEBR STAMM DÜSSELDORF (6 tools)

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TIDAX knife, GEBR STAMM DÜSSELDORF (6 tools)in working condition with no cracks on the handle. But some minor rust issues. Mid 1930's. Size is 4 5/8" L when open.

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Estimated Value submitted by Candy

Hi Candy,

Even with the minor rust, I would say your knife is worth around $35-50 dollars.

A great book on collecting knives is:

Blade's Guide to Knives & Their Values by Steve Shackleford



Steve lists your folding knife as a midrange value knife, which is on page 96 of steve's book.





Bradley and Hubbard Bookends

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c1925 Bradley & Hubbard Dickens and Bryant. Thanatopsis

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Your Bradley and Hubbard Bookends are worth around $175-200 dollars.

Thanks for sharing.

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Based on your description, you have a 6 ounce Coca-Cola cotnour-shaped bottle from 1953. Check the embossed lettering at the waist of the bottle, does it say: US PATENT OFFICE/MIN CONTENTS 6 FL OZ Coke bottles with the above lettering were produced from 1951 to 1958.In general, you look for:(1) glass thickness, uniformity(2) embossed or painted lettering -Here's a dating guide for the embossed letterings:1917-1928 BOTTLE PAT'D. NOV 16 19151928-1938 BOTTLE PAT'D. DEC 25 19231938-1951 BOTTLE PAT. D-1055291951-1958 US PATENT OFFICE/MIN CONTENTS 6 FL OZ1958-1965 US PATENT OFFICE/MIN CONTENTS 6 1/2 FL OZBeware that there were replicas of the BOTTLE PAT'D. DEC 25 1923 bottles made in 1989 these you can distinguish by looking for 89 embossed toward the lower waist of the bottle and the glass are more uniform than the original ones.Also you will find a 2 pairs of 2-digit code as you mentioned. One of them is the year code the 53 is what I used as a clue that it was from 1953.I hope this helps!





Kestner maybe?

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This doll was given to my Great Grandmother around 1900 and now she belongs to me. She is 18" inches tall.She is in excellent condition. Open mouth with teeth.

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Beautiful doll! A true antique too, since it's over 100 years old.

Your bisque doll is worth $1200-2000 dollars

Here's a link showing a similar doll for sale:

18 inch Kestner German Doll





Porceline Doll on Carousel Horse

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Excellnet Condition 20 inches tall made in China model ABC20781-DCH

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Vanity 1920s

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Vanity with stool side mirrors painted

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Bernhardt Sofa

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I have a Bernhard Flair wood framed sofa. It is a light green fabric, and comes with 4 pillows. It has a wooden frame around the back and arms, and claw feet on the legs.

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platter

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The name on the back is HOMER LAUGHLY (I believe. Hard to read last two letters). It's made in the U.S.A. and has a number of: A 49 N 3 It is in decent condition & has pink floral print on the front. Also has gold etching around the edge. The edging is decoratively cut.

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Hi Beverly,

If your Homer Laughlin platter is the 10" variety it's worth between $22-26 dollars. The 15" Homer Laughlin platters sell for $32-42 dollars.

Here are some further sources for Home Laughlin pricing:

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Hi Beverly, It looks like you have the "Fluffy Rose" pattern with gold trim. See http://www.replacements.com/webquote/HLCFLRGT.htm to confirm it's a match. Since Replacements doesn't offer a price on the gold-trimmed platter, I recommend checking for this pattern on Google Shopping, Tias, Etsy, Ruby Lane, and Ebay to see what the asking prices are. To see sold prices (best estimation of true market value), check Ebay's completed listings search. Based on a quick search, I estimate an asking price between 20-35 depending upon condition and where you sell it. If you plan to consign it, you may achieve 10-20, again based on where you are. Some wear in the gold and marks of use on base are typical, but chips, cracks, and other damage can bring the price way down. Best wishes, Pamela http://www.etsy.com/shop/CutiestPieCreations

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Check ReplacementsLtd.com & they also purchase.





Iona SIlver

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Hello My name is Mary (nursemaryb@hotmail.com) Hello, I was wondering if you could Please view this link below, I am trying to get this cross. Please give me any suggestions at all. Thank you in advance Mary. It appears it sold on ebay, I would love to talk to the person who owns this, to give them an offer. Thankyou in advance, Mary http://sterlingsilvery.com/alexander-ritchie-iona-large-st-martins-silver-cross ALEXANDER RITCHIE IONA LARGE ST MARTINS SILVER CROSS - nursemaryb83

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Matchbox

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Hello, I have a gold George Washinton Bicentennial 1732/1932 matchbox. I have pics if needed.Its in great shape. Was wondering what it was valued at. Thanks, Donald

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Hi Donald,

Cool matchbox! I love anything to do with George Washington. I consider George Washington to be the last good president :)

Here's the same matchbox that sold for $32 dollars:

1732-1932 Bicentennial Match Box

Your George Washington bicenntial match box is valued between $25-50 dollars.





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singer,serial no.G865648 it stands 9.5ins long and is 8ins high It is electric with motor that runs and powers the fly wheel on end of machine. The foot peddle is metal and is the shape of a foot, all the wire is there., every thing works. It does a chain stich, It is model 24 Made nov. 29, 1910 and there were 1200 made. I have been trying to find the value of this sewing machine for some time hope you can hep. Thank you.





Ed Roos Sweetheart Cedar Chest

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1947 Ed Roo's Company Sweetheart Cedar chest. Got it from a friend and would like to sell to earn a little extra cash. It was purchased for 250 dollars as stated by the genuine certificate on the inside. Images at these links: http://i294.photobucket.com/albums/mm90/sw33th0n33/DSCI6332.jpg http://i294.photobucket.com/albums/mm90/sw33th0n33/DSCI6331.jpg http://i294.photobucket.com/albums/mm90/sw33th0n33/DSCI6330.jpg Just would like to know how much it's worth. I've seen online people are saying it's junk, but it is very nice!

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It didn't cost $250 it was guaranteed for up to $250 worth of clothes, in case of moth damage. From what I've gathered, depending on style and condition, they can sell for $100-$350.





Ed Roo's Sweetheart Cedar Chest

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1947 Ed Roo's Sweetheart Chest. Purchased for 250 dollars as marked on authenticity certificate located on the inside of the trunk. Generally good condition.

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1940 roo sweetheart cedar chest





Gettysburg Address copy

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Parchment copies of Gettysburg address, United States Constitution, 1789 Twelve Articles of Amendment to the Constitution, various state treasury warrants and notes.

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Gold Locket

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Hi There, I have a gold locket bought from Fredk D. Meller Ltd Fine Jewellery in London W1 85 New Bond St. The locket was handed down by my grandmother and I suspect it is quite old, maybe antique. The locket is quite heavy for its size (approx size of a ladies thumbnail) and I suspect it is in the higher karat (no stamp) because of the colour and weight. Locket is in very good condition, has a star engraved on the front and a small emerald (again its old so it could be a diamond) but very small in the middle of the star. the only stamp is on the chain and its says GOREL GF or COREL CF not sure. I can submit a picture if needed. Thanks so much!

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McCoy 24 kt gold sunburst pottery

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I have 3 pieces of McCoy 24 kt gold sunburst pottery. I think they were made in the 1950's. The McCoy signiture is on the bottem also with the 24 kt gold stamp. These are in excelent condition condition. They're beautiful pieces.

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Hi Brenda,

Your McCoy 24kt gold sunburt pottery is worth around $50-75 dollars.

Here's a link to someone selling the same bowl and creamer for $24 dollars: McCoy 24K gold sugar bowl and creamer





atlantic motor oil 1 gal can

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I have an old ( unsure of age) Atlantic Motor Oil 1 Gal. Can. Seems to be in good condition. Just needs cleaned up. My dad found it on a construction site many years ago.

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You're dad construction site find is worth $35-50 dollars and should sell very easily. Many guys display old oil cans in their garage, very nostalgic.

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25th Aniversary Easy Bake oven

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I have a 25th aniversary Easy Bake Oven. I'm not sure if it is considered an antique or not,but I would love to know it if is. It is in great shape and all parts to go with it. Thanks!

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My sister had an easy bake oven! She used to make snacks for the whole family with it, very cool.

Well, technically, no it's not an antique (it has to be 100yrs old or older) but its definitely a very cool collectible.

Your easy bake oven isn't worth very much, between $15-35 dollars.

Original 1972 easy bake oven sold for $37 dollars

1969 easy bake oven sold for $34.51

1988 Easy Bake Oven sold for $16.50

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setai couch/chair

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I aquired this from a family member who passed away and gave me a setai couch/chair was told it is extremly old and dark wood and red velvet material.for being so old is in excellant condition but not sure of its value.

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Credenza

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This piece is 24 width x 55 length x 30.5 high. This credenza has drawers that fit hanging file folders perfectly. As far as I can tell, there are no markings identifying it. The only thing I could find was a metal tag that had been taped to the inside of a drawer – whether it belongs with it or not, I don’t know. I also took a picture of the fittings inside of the drawer and a portion of the design on the top of the credenza in case it helps identify it. I know no history behind it. I would just like to know an approximate value of this piece.

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Estimated Value submitted by Mindrey

Hi Mindrey,

What you have is an office filing cabinet. The third picture shows the company asset tags to track capital expenditures. Filing cabinets of this size sell for $600-800 dollars new. I would say your filing cabinet is worth $300-400 dollars.





Trosby Cabinets

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This piece is 27 length x 18.5 width x 77.5 height. I have a pair of these cabinets. One of them has a crack in one of the panes of glass. The top section comes apart from the base, but can be re-attached with a strip of metal that screws into both the top and bottom sections on two ends on the back. In the base, there is a label attached to the inside of the drawer that says ‘Handcrafted in England by Trosby London and Atlanta.’ Inside, the shelves are held in place with strips of wood that fits into a zig zag pattern inside the cabinet. Also, the cabinet shown has glass shelves, but I think this piece may have originally had wood shelves because in the second cabinet, I have glass shelves and one wood shelf. I know no history behind it. I would just like to know an approximate value of this piece.

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Pollard Glass Top Counter

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This piece is 117 length x 25 width x 36 height. This display counter is quite a long piece. I’ve taken pictures of the front and back of this piece. Inside the glass display case (of which I have replaced the top glass with a piece of glass that was less scratched) there is a label indicating that it was manufactured by Pollards and it has a number of Patent numbers indicated. On the back of this piece, there are a number of drawers – some of which I think may be missing. Some of the drawers are wobbly when pulling them out. I also took a picture of one of the drawer handles – this particular handle has ‘Pollards & Co, London’ stamped into the brass. I don’t know any history behind this piece. I would just like to know an approximate value of this piece.

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Estimated Value submitted by Mindrey

Display cases can be very expensive. Your display case is a little rough in the back, but I would say its still worth $1500-2000 dollars.





Mansfeld Display Case

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This piece is 72" length x 96" height x 19" width at base (12" width at top section. This display case was used in my store to display wine glasses. The lights are not original – I installed those. However, there are holes on the back and top panel that appears to accommodate lighting. The top section holds a glass shelf and the bottom section has sliding glass doors – included is a small block of wood (see picture) that appears to stop the doors from sliding all the way if slid too far. Both doors are on separate tracks so that they both can slide all the way across the case. Also, inside the bottom section, there is an additional glass shelf installed inside. On the front of the case, there is a label that says ‘Quality Equipment, R. Mansfeld & Son, Incorporated, Louisville, KY; “The Best that Man Can Build”.’ Other than that, I don’t know any history behind it. I would just like to know an approximate value of this piece.

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Estimated Value submitted by Mindrey

I think this display case would easily sell for $900-1500 dollars.

Estimated Value submitted by dressonuk

That's a nice post.





Antique Stock Broker Table

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This piece is 68 inches high x 55 inches in diameter. I am told that it is an antique stock broker table. Other than that, I don’t know too much else about this piece. I don’t know how much it weighs, but it is an extremely heavy piece that is divided into 4 sections all the way around. Under each section in the base, there are also doors that open up to reveal more storage space. Each top section has a plaque attached – pictures are attached of each plaque. Also, there are wheels attached to the bottom of the table that allow it to roll. I would just like to know an approximate value of this piece.

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Estimated Value submitted by Mainstreet

Hey Mainstreet,

Cooool piece! I can't verify that it's a stock brokers table, but it certainly has historic value. It would place it's value in the $1200-$1500 dollar range. I'm certain if you found the right buyer, you could easily get this price.

Thanks for sharing!





French Art Nouveau Game Box

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A wooden box approx 12 inches by 8 inches art nouveau style writing 'Jeux Anciens Reunis' with 16 small French games and puzzles from circa 1910 or earlier, all complete, plus another 10 which have pieces missing/broken but still decorative. How do I download photos? Many thanks.

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Country kitchen chairs

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I have a set of four hand crafted country kitchen chairs that were made by my great grandfather as a wedding present for an uncle. I am not sure of the date but it would be pre1935. They are in good condition and still useable.

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Estimated Value submitted by Jack

As I told you I am not knowledgeable of antique prices. Looking on your site I get the opinion that they could be worth from five dollars to five hundred

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Hi Jack,

You're right, your great grandfather's chairs are worth somewhere between $5 and $500 dollars :)

The true value of your great grandfathers chairs lie in their historical value. There are a lot of collectors out there looking for true american folk art and your great grandfathers chair are terrific examples! I would think you could easily get $30-50 dollars each, so their total value is around $120-200 dollars.

Thanks for sharing and your great grandfather was a great carpenter!!





antique horse/ox collar

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unsure of the age of this condition is fair/poor

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Estimated Value submitted by Crystal

Condition is very important to most antiques, although your ox/horse collar might be displayed as is in a rusty barn setting.

Fully restored, your collar might bring $250 dollars. As it stands, maybe $50-100 dollars.





Antique pump organ

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The only identifying info I could find is as follows: The Carpenter, Co. Brattleboro, VT, USA Baldwin & Gleason (or Sleason, it was somewhat indecipherable) LTD, NY It has about a dozen original hymnals A mirror and two original candle holders. It is in fantastic condition with the original finish. The only wear is on the pedals. I can get a photo but I don't have it right now. Thank you so much for your time. I need to know if it's worth more as sentimental value or if it could bring a good price for my grandparents long term nursing care. Thanks again, Abbey Tanner

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Estimated Value submitted by Abbey

Hi Abbey,

Unfortunately, I don't think your pump organ will provide much long term nursing care. Although, they can sell for as high as $1500-1800 dollars, they are difficult to find a buyer in that price range. More typical selling prices are in the range of $200-400 dollars. Either way, when it comes to nursing care, that's not a lot of money!

Thanks for sharing and good luck with finding your grandparents good adult care. I'm sure that can be difficult.





Mr Koelliker

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Have a 1967 K&E survey transit, working condition with wooden box and all complete, used but still in good working condition. Also have the original wooden leg tripod and one original wooden leg backsight

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Estimated Value submitted by Dustin

The market for antique transits is not large, but I'm sure there are collectors out there. Pricing on transits is all over the place. I've seen them go for as low as $50 dollars on ebay:

Occupied Japan Transit

WWII Transit

And as high was $400-500 dollars when sold thru specialized antique dealers:

Transit for sale

Since your transit is in excellent condition with tripod and all, I would place the value in the upper range, $400-500 dollars.





TRI-O-MATIC Model 560A record player

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I have a V-M TRI-O-MATIC Model 560A record player that is from the late 1940's I believe, that works and is great shape. It was made in Benton Harbor, Michigan and only 100 and some were made. I am just looking to find out what it is worth.

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Estimated Value submitted by Rhonda

You would think it would be worth more, but I'd say $50-100 dollars.

TRI-O-MATIC Model 560A record player that sold on proxibid

TRI-O-MATIC Model 560A that sold on goodwill

TRI-O-MATIC Model 560A record player currently up for bid on eBay






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