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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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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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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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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

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Ansonia mantel clock, Pompeii model

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Made by the Ansonia Clock Co., Brooklyn, NY, circa 1882. The case is black enamel cast iron with 9 pieces of silver cast ornamentation. The enamel finish is original, NOT a repaint. The 16 pieces of the case need to be disassembled, cleaned, polished and waxed. The 6 pieces of ornamentation also cleaned, polished, then sealed with lacquer, NOT re-plated. The brass dial needs polishing and lacquer. This clock never came from Ansonia with a statue of something on top. In short all parts are in great shape just needing some cleaning. The marked Ansonia movement is patent dated June, 13 1882. There is approximately $600 in restoration needed to get my clock to its like new appearance. Clock has original Ansonia pendulum and key. The sides of the case are flanked with winged Griffins. The front and side base ornaments feature the Greek goddess Diana. The gold incising around the dial is intact, it has not been touched up. This rare Ansonia is seldom seen and never in MINT original condition. There is NO damage, nothing broken, nothing missing, just the signs of a good cleaning are evident here.. Just a few very small nicks in the black enamel. This clock weighs 23 pounds. This weight does not include packing or boxing. Clock is 16" by 6 1/2" by 11" tall. Dial is 5 1/2" diameter. Photos available upon request.

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Hi Chelsey,

You mention a lot of about the cosmetic condition of your antique clock, but what about its mechanical condition? Does it still keep time?

If your Ansonia clock is in good working order, its worth around $850-1500 dollars. Here are some similar clocks to comparison:

ANSONIA MANTLE CLOCK currently for sale

Antique Figural Clock. Dragonfly, ANSONIA

Antique Ansonia mantel clock

Thanks for sharing, its a wonderful antique clock.





railroad cabin lock?

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I would like to know what type of lock this is and it's value. It has an M at the top and is made of brass or bronze. It says turn lock full way and service. works fine.

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circa 1937? home safe

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Hello, and many thank to anyone who can help us. My parents are moving from their house in Philadelphia. Due to their age stairs are rough on them. In my helping them back we were confronted on what to do with their safe in the basement.My mother is 74 and she always remembered this safe from her then young memory as does her older sisters. We are wondering what kind of safe it is and is it worth selling (please give a ballpark figure on worth). The tumbler is made by Yale & Towne Conn. The safe still works and we have the combinations - they work on a sequence of 5 tumbler turns right, 4 left, 3 right, 2 left, 1 right. The Dimensions are 23" long/depth, 22 1/2" wide, height 26", and height with wheels 32 1/2". The weight is probably over 500lbs. I have pictures of the safe including ones with the back panel of the front door removed to show the locking mechanism & "insulation?". I just need someone to send me an email address so I can send the pictures. My email is - mmastur@ccp.edu or twistedthinker@comcast.net

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Hi Mark,

Your mother's antique safe is worth between $400-500 dollars.

Thanks for sharing.





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I was give a cigarette lighter from my iuncle who served in WWII for the US and fought with the free french. It is octagaonal in shape and has a 1935 liberty half dollar on one side and a pic of King George the VI on the other. Wick is intact but the flint is gone.

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4 Jade Carving `Ming Dynasty

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I`ve Jade Caring 4Unit)but dont know whats it is and hhow to use it.. all i know is this all is real jade with Nice Smoth Carving of Kwan Te Kong & !Knive (all with China Caligraphy Carving). also want to know the price apprisals?the value?

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Copeland Spode Meat Dish

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Copeland Spode Meat Dish with tree and well. Portland Vase pattern in blue and white. Somewhat oval shape with Scalloped edge, apx. 16" x 21". Back of platter marks: Circular leaf Copeland & Garrett printed mark with "Late Spode" in the center. Copeland & Garrett circular impression with Late Spode impressed in the center with what appears to be the number 1 impressed below. What appears to be a printed worker's mark in blue.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Your Copeland Spode meat dish was manufactured between 1833 and 1847!

Copeland Spode Markers marks

Your Copeland & Garrett late spode era meat dish / platter is worth $150-250 dollars or more.





4 Ricksecker's Trade Cards

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I'm attempting to veryify if these are real cards. Something about the sheen on the paper says that they're fake. I'm no trade-card expert, but I've never seen this series. I'm pretty certain they've been cropped. Since there's no way to upload images, I can only describe them as very similar to the Celluloid Collar cards,(the ones wiht frogs and elves on black backgrounds) but heavier stock, and a completely different artist. They feature 1.) A red elf beggining to shoot an apple off a tied-up frogs head w/ a bow and arrow. 2.)A red elf doing a sketch of a frog who is posing in the water. 3.)A red elf hanging off a piece of grass playing violin to the frog in the water below., and 4.) A frog behind sheet music with red elf leaning against a mushroom and a duck. There is print on the backs detailing: Ricksecker's skin soap, Ricksecker's reliable perfumes, Ricksecer's fifth avenue cologne and ricksecker's face powder. On the very bottom is says, "Theo. Ricksecker, New York." scans available upon request. Thank you. --Victoria

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West Moreland Black glass 22k christmas plates

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My father has 4 rare West Moreland Black glass 22k christmas plates. They only made 15 of one of the plates. They are a set and he wont break them up. They are hand painted christmas scenes. if someone could help please email me.

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Hi Kelly,

I'm not familar with West Moreland 22k christmas plates, but here are other hand painted black glass plates from West Moreland that sold in the past in the range of $25-50 dollars:

Hand-painted Black Mary Gregory plate

Westmoreland Black Glass Girl on swing

WESTMORELAND MARY GREGORY BLACK MILK GLASS GIRL ON A SWING WITH DOG

2 Westmoreland black glass plates

Vintage Westmoreland Mary Gregory black milk glass plate

I would say your West Moreland black glass 22k Christmas plates are worth $50-100 each.





orion

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Weathervane..hoarse/sulky/rider-full bodied- zinc/copper...approx.2.5ft.in length.&1.5ft. In heighth...

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Sight unseen, some weather vanes sell in the $300-400 dollar range. Here's a copper rooster weather vane currently for sale for $349 dollars:

Copper Rooster Weather Vane - Old -






large christmas orniment

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hand painted christmas orniment very large about the size of a volley ball, has a gold colored cap that says EGGELING VEINNA AUSTRIA here is a link to a similar one except this one is not red...and is hand painted thank you. http://www.worthpoint.com/inventory/search?query=HUGE+Kugel+ornament+Eggeling+Austria&_action_search=Submit&adquery= Search+Price+Guide&categoryurl=&img=yes

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Wow, that's a very cool Christmas ornament. I've never seen one that large! Here's a similar Kugel ornament that sold for over $1500 dollars:

Antique German Kugel Christmas Ornament

Since your ornament is hand painted, the only adds to its value. Your very large Kugel might be worth $1500-1800 dollars.





help me with this parlor stove!

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it is a thorne windsor 18, Lakeside Foundry Co.- Chicago....it stands about 50" high and is missing the top finial (of course!, and measures about 30" across. Looks as though it has never been used

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Fullam Chair

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I inherited a L.G. Fullam & Sons ladder back chair from my grandmother, probably purchased new by her second husband. It is completely original, in perfect condition, has a woven cane (?) seat and has simple turned spindles. I don't know exactly what year it was made. Any notion of it" value and history?

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Hi Dale,

L.G. Fullam & Sons operated from Ludlow, Vermont from 1889 to 1909 and sold tens of thousands of chairs in that time frame. Your chair probably sold for around $12 dollars brand new:

L.G. Fullam and Sons original receipt from 1908

L.G. Fullam & Sons Chair sold for $36 dollars

Your L.G. Fullam & Sons ladder back chair is worth around $150 dollars.

Thanks for sharing. You don't see many of these chairs around anymore!





vintagesanquintindeathrowpadlock

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got key,lock works,i would think around 1800,no marking that i cant see dont know where to look

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Do you have a photo?





doll B.N.D LONDON

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hi , i have a doll very old she has B.N.D LONDON on the back of her neck

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B.N.D. began making dolls in the 1930s and stands for British National Dolls. In the 1930s they made china headed dolls with composition bodies, which were similar to German and French bisque head dolls. In the 1940s they only made composition dolls. During the 1950s BND produced a wide range of hard plastic dolls and were producing vinyl headed dolls, with rooted hair on hard plastic bodies by the late 1950s. They went out of business shortly after that 1950s.

Unfortunately, only have the manufacturer doesn't really help in determining a price range. British National Dolls range in price from $25 dollars to $150+. Here's one that sold for $40 dollars:

1940s BND london Antique Doll





jewelry

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i have this peace dont know much about it sorry

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captain chair?

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My friend's Dad saved this chair from the dump.I know nothing about it and have never seen another one like it.The leather cushion is ripped and filled with horse hair.I would love to know more about the chair and it's value. thank-you

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I'm not sure of the value but it appears to be a deacon's chair. My mother had one very similar to yours and it was from an old church being demolished in Memphis, Tn. She estimated the value at $300. Hope this helps.





Antique teaspoon

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I dont know a thing about this spoon, where it came from or it's worth. Under the lion it spells out Firenze i think. Please help. thanks

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I have this ezact spoon did u find out anything about it?

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no, i still haven't been able to find out anything about this spoon. where did you find your spoon if you dont mind telling me? I cant remember where mine came from. I've had it for many years now.

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By the way, I purchased this spoon either in Portland Oregon or Caldwell Idaho if that helps.





antique Ducal Ware #A1476

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excellent 6 place setting of Ducal Ware. One extra plate, 2 vegetable bowls and a platter. Has been in the family (great grandmothers) and am told it is 200 years old. Stamped patent pending with hand written #A1476.

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Hi Sherrilyn,

Your crown ducal ware 6 piece setting is worth $200-300 dollars. Here are similar sets that have sold in the past:

Crown Ducal 58pc set $191.50

79 piece Crown Ducal ware set $202.50






Coca Cola 24 bottle wire holder

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wire 24 bottle holder, weighs 6 lbs and measures 16" long x 10" 7/8 wide x 4" 1/4 High. Has a 5" 1/8 x 1" 5/8 plaque on both lower sides with embossed words "Drink Coca-Cola" and underneath that is "OKLA COCA COLA BOT CO. The silver paint is worn by use, has a small amount of rust, which is hardly noticeable on underside. I have been collecting Coke memorabilia for many years and have never run across this type of holder.

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Hi Leticia,

Unfortunately, your Coca Cola 24 bottle wire holder is not very rare. Here's one that sold for $10 dollars on ebay:

Vintage Coke Wire rack bottle carrier

And here are some for sale for $35 dollar each from antiquemystique.com:

original vintage metal Coca-Cola bottle rack cases with metal Drink Coca-Cola tags

I believe your Coca Cola 24 bottle wire holder is worth $25-50 dollars.

Thanks for sharing!





Dr Pepper 24 bottle aluminum holder

Submitted by: Leticia
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Carrier holder and carrier for 24 bottles weighs 4.5 lbs and is made of sturdy aluminum. Measures 17 3/8" x 11 5/8"x 3 3/4" High. "Drink Dr Pepper Good for Life appears on both long sides. "Property of Dr Pepper BOTT NG CO are in a circle with DR Pepper in the middle. The letters LI are not visible on either side of the holder. Underneath that are the names of two Texas towns DEL RIO UVALDE.The holder has 5 metal rollers that separate the bottles and the rubber is exposed on some. The 3 aluminum separators contain rust but no damage to the metal.

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Your Dr. Pepper aluminum carrier is from the 1940's or 1950's. It should be worth around $75-150 dollars.

Here's are two similar coke carriers from that period:

1940s aluminum coke carrier

1950s coke carrier





someone's best friend ,any ideas on the artist?

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This is such a sweet pencil sketch. I have no idea of the age it is heavy fiber paper mounted on wood sat in a gorgeous frame of black walnut &pewter.The frame is mitered and pegged with dowels,no nails. in the lower left hand corner there are the initials ND., I think You can just tell by looking at it somebody What extreme love and care into this. Any ideas on the artist or maybe even a value? I can't figure it out. Thanks

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Christmas girl figurine

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She is A Christmas figurine from the early 1950's. She is in a green dress with a red coat and a red bonnet with white trim. The coat has holly berries with there leaves on it. The red coat could be part of the dress. Not sure. She is in perfect condition. Has been in my family as long as I can remember and I am 55 years old. I have a picture if there is a way to send it to you and if you would like to see it. Thank you, PammPope

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Old Hickory dining table with 2 leaves, 4 chairs, good condition

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I am looking for a value on the Old Hickory dining set that I have. The table is rectangular, 29"x40" and has two 10" leaves. On the underside is stamped the Old Hickory Martinsville Indiana logo (oval shaped logo stamped in the wood) and the number 4080. The leaves both have a stamp that reads 65. I have four chairs, only one is an arm chair. They have woven backs and are all stamped with the Old Hickory Martinsville Indiana logo and the number 4050. They are all sturdy and usable with no obvious damage to the wood or woven backs. The table and chairs are in very good condition for furniture that likely dates to the first half of the 1900's and has been used until a few months ago. The table top shows expected signs of wear including some wear around the edges and a ring from a wet cup. The hardware appears all original right down to the lag bolts that hold the legs on the table which have a strange sized square head and primitive thread. I've had difficulty finding any other complete Old Hickory dining sets, particularly with a table this large. I would like to sell this set for a fair price in the near future.

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RARE ELGIN AMERICAN LIGHTER GIFT FROM ED SULLIVAN

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RARE ELGIN AMERICAN LIGHTER GIFT FROM ED SULLIVAN. One sold on ebay in 2007 and I can't find out how much it sold for. This was given out by Ed Sullivan and says "best wishes" and his name on it. It has the rececipients initials on the opposite side.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

You would think it would be worth more, but here's a Ed Sullivan Elgin give-a-way lighter that sold for $70 dollars:

Rare Ed Sullivan Elgin Lighter

Who knows how many of these lighters Ed Sullivan gave away, perhaps they're not that rare?

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I HAVE ON THAT IS MIMT IN A ELGIN AMRIACAN BOX WITH A VELVET BAG AND IS INITIALLED. IWOUD SELL IT FOR 500.00 THE INTIALLS ARE CM.

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Comic Books

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I purchased these comics at an auction and want to know there worth. One is an Archies Pal, Jughead and is a 1956 in great condition. The other is a Batman comic, year unknown and in good condition

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Steven,

Your comics are worth $8-10 each. Here are the exact same comics for sale for $8.49 and $7.99.

Batman #307 VF comic

Archie's Pal Jughead #37






Grandama tea set

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Hello, I recently received a tea set from my great grandmother. I have looked all over each piece and found no markings to anything about them. I'm looking for your guidence as for the make, age and value. I will send pictures if you can help me. Thanks Craig

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Estimated Value submitted by AntiquesNavigator Staff

Hi Craig,

I'm sorry but I don't recognize the manufacturer, however, I would say your antique tea set is worth between $100 and 150 dollars.

Thanks for sharing.

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SHAW WALKER INDEX CARD FILING CABINET

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I HAVE A SHAW WALKER INDEX FILING CABINET , IT STANDS ON 4 LEGS AN HAS 9 PUT OUT DRAWERS , I AM GUESSING THE 40 OR 50 YEARS TIME , IT IS STILL IN GOOD WORKING COND;IT HAS BEEN PAINTED, BUT YOU CAN STILL SEE THE SHAW WALKER NAME,

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Ann,

Your Shaw Walker index card filing cabinet is most likely worth around $150-200 dollars.

The paint job, depending on the quality, might distract from its value.

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Basket

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8" on top, tapered to 6" on the bottom. Wood handles and put together with tiny old nails. It has a beautifull green and white patina. I found it at a thrift store. Could you please help me with any information, value, etc Thank you

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Vintage California Mission Souvenir Bell

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I have a California Mission San Juan Capistrano Souvenir Bell. It is 2 3/4 inches high and 2 1/4 inches wide and weighs 6.9 ounces. I believe it was made by Mrs. ASC Forbes.

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Estimated Value submitted by AntiquesNavigator Staff

The California Bell Company still sells these bells and have been making them since 1906. In fact, occasionally they even have vintage bells for sale:

California Bell Co

Souvenirs rarely fetch high prices, since so many of them were bought and sold. I would value your bell in the $100-200 range.

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