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Davy Crocket Sterling Silver Spoon souvenir engraved Elpaso Texas

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this is a very tiny spoon it weighs only 5.8 grams and is 3 6/8 in long the spoon has DAVY CROCKETT in raised letters on the thin area above the bowl. then the date 1836 across the handle and above that where the thum would go when eating there is an raised detailed image of Davy crockett holding his rifle. The image is not ON the thum area but it is a silouett of davy very very detailed. this spoon looks to be about 1900-1910 but could be earlier or la little it later.. on the back is simply the word "Sterling" with no hallmarkings

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Michael,

Your souvenir spoon is from 1909 and is worth $15-20 dollars. Here's one that sold recently for $15 dollars:

Davy Crockett souvenir spoon from 1909





Antique watch fob and slide chain

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I have had the fob tested and it is 10k rose gold. The seed pearls are real. I was just hoping for a little more information about this item and how much it might be worth.

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Glass Vase & Pitcher

Submitted by: Ian
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These are glass and have no visible marking as to the manufacturer.

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renown stove

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color white 24 in. deep 42 in.wide 31 in. high 16 in high splash guard fair working condition searial # 684 36301 b

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Joe,

Does your stove looks like this one:

Vintage renown stove

Your vintage renown stove is probably worth around $100-200 dollars.





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Move PAT:51137 Viewer Lighter

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Kenda,

Your vintage girl pin-up viewer lighter is worth $30-50 dollars.

Here's similar one that sold for $33 dollars:

Vintage girl photo viewer lighter





Tobacco Pipes German Late 1800`s

Submitted by: Carolyn
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Please Help Me I have (4) four Late 1800`s German Tobacco Pipes,they all haave workable hinges-metal-dome wind caps. All have looks like hand-painted porcelain bowls with different scenery of deer on edge of forest earily morning at sunrise. Never been used. Cooling chamber or bottom stand is plain porcelain,the shank is adeep red color wood,with 2 ivory or bone stem conectors with a wood piece between them this is wrapped with twine. Mouthpiece 3 1/2 in. long might be Amber or could be Brair,It`sa brownest red in color. A braided line goes from the mouthpiece to the chamber with 2 tassle looking dice they look original. No brakes, crakes or repairs on any of them, although 2 corks are missing. They all have Originial shipping boxes made of cardboard they came in, this is the best i can discribe them they are really beautiful. Any information that you might be able to share with me would be greatly appreciated. THANK YOU for LOOKING at this and your TIME spent. Carolyn

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Carolyn,

Can you supply a photo of the pipes or one of the pipes.

If you need help, contact us using the contact us form

Thanks!





a pair of Bronze French Nouvea Candle sticks??

Submitted by: Lovie
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5 inches tall, four footed diamond shape base Bronze in color, patina shows underneath... scrolling design with leaves and floral. one cnadle stick is missing tip of foot.

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Estimated Value submitted by AntiquesNavigator Staff

Hi Lovie,

Here are some 1900 french candle sticks that sold for $127 dollars:

French antique candlesticks

Similar Candle Sticks that sold by auction





presedent and mrs. john f kennedy plate

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made in usa warranted 22k plate

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Barry,

Your Kennedy plate is a tough one. I can't find the exact same plate for sale or sold, so it might be really rare. Also, the pricing on these collector plates range from a few dollars to hundreds of dollars:

Kennedy plates that sold for a few dollars

Kennedy plate for sale for $800 dollars

I believe your Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy collector plate is worth around $250 dollars.

Thanks For sharing.





vintage rocking chair

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Nice rocking chair!

1720 Bannister armchair rocking chair

Antique Rocking chair

I believe your antique rocking chair is worth between $150-250 dollars.





Copeland Spode Imperial

Submitted by: Nancy
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Copeland Spode Imperial, pattern # 2/8094, GADROON, FLOWERS, BUTTERFLY, BIRD. I have a setting for 8 which includes 2 vege bowls and meat platter, 2 different size dinner plates, salad plates, 1 square luncheon plate, bread & butter plates, cups/saucers. They are all in excellent condition, no chips or stains. They were purchased in Vancouver BC in the early 1930's. Can you provide the value of the complete set? Thanks.

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Hi Nancy,

It appears your Copeland Spode Imperial set is worth between $400-500 dollars.

Here are similar pieces that have sold in the past:

Copeland Spode Imperial Pattern china





Autumn Leaves

Submitted by: Nancy
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Pattern #'s 2/8094 B, M82,Imperial. Has red & yellow poppies, Different shades of red, brown, purple leaves, pink & yellow butterflies & lavendar & yellow butterflies, and a large brown, yellow, turquois bird, small pink & yellow bird. According to Spode, the pattern was destroyed in WW2. I have place settings for 8 including 8 large dinner plates, 8 smaller dinner plates, salad plates, bread & butter plates, cups & saucers, serving bowls & a meat platter. It was a wedding gift to my mother in 1934, purchased in Victoria, BC. Can you provide the value?

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possible creamer and sugar bowl

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I beleive I have a sugar bowl and creamer. They are from the Fairpoint Mfg Co. and have the words quadruple plate, the letter P in a triangle and the number 301. The creamer is about 6 inches high wth two handles on the sides. The handles have flowers on them. One side has a half moon on it with leaves. The other side has a decorated circle with a bird on a branch. They are a matching set and are in wonderful conditon any informaton would be great and if you could get a value on it that would be apprecated also. Thank you in advance for the informaton

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Allison,

I picture would help, I wasn't able to find out anything about he Fairpoint Manufacturing company. I would estimate your creamer and sugar bowl to be worth between $25-50 dollars.

Sugar bowls and creamers that sold





WWII Brandenburger Tor Bronze

Submitted by: Travis
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I found this in a box with some WWII items i believe its a paperweight but i have no idea what it is for sure! please help with any information. and what its worth..

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Travis,

You have a souvenir from the Brandenburger Tor gate in Germany. The gate itself was built in the 18th century as symbol of peace and is located near the border of what was east and west Germany and many considered it a symbol of the divided city.

Brandenburgertor Gate History

Your souvenir is worth $25-50 dollars.





New Perfection 151

Submitted by: Ben
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All i know is its an old cooker.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Ben,

Prior to world war I, horse drawn carts would deliver tanks of kerosene to households across america. These delivery men would sell Perfection stoves and heaters off the sides of their cart.

The heyday for Perfection stove company was from 1916 to the 1950's and your kerosene stove is more likely from the later part of the period. More history about Perfection stove company can be found here:

Perfection Stove Co. History

Here's a cool advertisement from 1908 showing a kerosene new perfection stove doing the cooking while the housewife reads a magazine:

New perfection 1908 stove Ad

No 61 New Perfection Cooking stove

Perfection 61 table top cooking stove

These kerosene stoves were very common and according to the perfection stove co history page by 1922 there were over 3,000,000 Perfection stoves in American households! Your model 151 New Perfection kerosene cooking stove is worth $50-100 dollars.

Thanks for sharing, these stoves are a part of American history. I had fun reading about them!





Aluminium Indian Sign

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Not quite sure the age and what is it worth. Someone help me please its aluminum and its 2ft tall and 19 inches wide. And its got MSD-1-7 at the bottom right hand side. Somewhat good condition.

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Hey Luis,

I'm really have no idea where to start on your free antique appraisal. Is the Indian sign, the motorcycle company, American Indian or something else.

Do you have photo available of the sign?





coin

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old rome coin

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Hi Damir,

We need a little more information...perhaps a photo too?





Highboy (AFS No. 1 ???)marking

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I have a nice highboy dresser.. I'm not sure of the era, or the value. IF anyone can help me out, I'd really appreciate it :) Thank you and have a great day.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Tonya,

That's a beautiful highboy, not real fancy but very elegant.

Your highboy is worth $900-1500 dollars. Here's a few examples of highboy's that have sold:

Chippendale highboy

1940s Maple highboy





Naga Antique Necklace

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Antique Naga Necklace

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The Naga tribe occupy the north east region of India and produce many different styles of jewelry, since there are thousands of small Naga villages that speak a dozen different languages.

Your Naga necklace is worth $50-100 dollars. Here are two examples of similar pieces that sold in the $40-50 dollar range:

Naga Tribal bead necklace

Antique Naga Necklace

Thanks for sharing, beautiful piece of jewelry.





antique dresser

Submitted by: Sumer
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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Sumer,

That's a pretty rough photo, but I would say your antique dresser is probably worth $350-700 dollars.

Antique Dressers





Antique Pegged Corner Chair

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Antique pegged corner chair

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Sumer,

Your don't see many corner chairs. For our readers, corner chairs were developed in the early 18th century and were designed to save space by easily being placed in corner.

Your corner chair is worth $250-500 dollars.

Antique oak corner chair

Late 18th century corner chair





Viners sheffield

Submitted by: riette
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Set of 6 tea spoons still in original box - has a label that says products of viners ltd sheffield cutlers and silversmiths to his majesty the king by appointment with a crest on it. spoons have a marking epns on them and the pattern on spoon is very intrecate

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Hi Riette,

Your Viners Sheffield spoon set is worth $50-100 dollars.

Viners Sheffield





Miniature Tin Refrigerator & Stove Toy

Submitted by: Ian
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This is an old tin stove and refrigerator. It doesn't have any markings I could find which would indicate a brand.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Ian,

Condition is important when pricing antiques and your antique toy stove and tin refrigerator look a little rough from the photos. From what I see, I would say their value is in the range of $45-60 dollars.

Mid 20th century Metal toy stove

Vintage steel toy stove

Wolverine brand tin 1950s toy stove





Antique Chair

Submitted by: Ian
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Old Yellow Antique Chair tag says Prestige Furniture Company. Its in nice shape just has some dirty fabric.

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Estimated Value submitted by AntiquesNavigator Staff

Hi Ian,

Your chair appears to be from the 1950's or 1960's.

They usually sell in the $150-250 dollar chair in good conditon. Your chair might need to be reupholstered, but its hard to tell from the photo and that will affect value.





Japanese Kobe Automaton wood toy

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Hi Tim, I came across your website and was especially thrilled to see the free appraisal section! I wanted to submit my Japanese Kobe Automaton wood toy but the photos I have of it are only on my iPhone w/ the only option being "e-mail photo to" so that's what I'm doing! And lucky you, yours was the name shown on the "contact us" page! Can u help? Thx much! Delighted nu member, Lesley M. Scottsdale, AZ

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hey Lesley!

Very cool toy, you don't see Japanese Kobe automation toys in the U.S. very often. They also can sell with some premium prices too. I would say your Japanese Kobe automation toy is worth upwards of $900 dollars or more.

Here's a similar toy that sold for $1125 dollars:

Japanese Kobe toy -- Musicians riding in a cart

Here are a couple more examples:

Antique Wooden Kobe Toy

Antique Japanese Kobe toy from 1900

Remember, condition is everything with antiques and antique toys. If your Kobe automation toy is in working condition, that would affect the price too.

Thanks for sharing and I'm sorry it took so long for the free appraisal.





Antique Dog & Ball

Submitted by: Ian
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I have what seems to be a very old stuffed dog and ball. They are both white with thin red and green stripes. They are a soft plastic material sort of like an imitation leather. I can find no tags on either of them. The eyes and mouth on the dog appear to be painted on. The two look like they came together in a set.

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Hi Ian,

Your antique stuffed dog and ball might be hand made, which is very common for stuffed toys from this era. Your antique stuffed dog and ball are worth $40-80 dollars.

Estimated Value submitted by dressonuk

That's a good post.





Antique Stoves - Appraisals Needed

Submitted by: Michelle
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2 Stoves, The first one is a Round Oak and the second one is in rough shape and I dont know anything about it. Thank you, hope for a quick reply!

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Michelle,

Your round oak antique stove appears to be from 1917-1924:

Road Oak Stove Timeline

Your round oak antique stove is worth $900-1000 dollars. It appears that the FINIAL is missing from the top of the stove, so that might take away from its value.

Here's a very similar 1917 round oak stove with its finial that sold for $1000 dollars:

1917 round oak stove

As far as the other stove, since it needs total restoration I would give it a value of $100-150 dollars.

I hope the reply was quick enough :)





Sofa

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1940's Horsehair sofa

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Hi Karen,

Wow, that's a beautiful sofa and it appears to be in excellent condition to be from the 1940s. Your 1940s antique sofa is worth $200-400 dollars:

1940s Regency sofa

1940s-1950s sofa and chair

1940s french sofa





Chairs

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1940's Chairs

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Your 1940s chairs are worth $125-150 dollars each.

Thanks for sharing.





Lamps

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1940's Crystal Lamps

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Your 1940s crystal lamp is worth $75-100 dollars:

Antique cranberry crystal lamp





Antique pottery vase

Submitted by: Janie
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I am trying to determine for sure the maker of this vase. Stamped on the bottom is COPEN ?H???? I have looked at many Copenhagen sites, but most of the sites have fine pottery. This piece is very crude looking, but does have a stamped name & design. The design looks like a unique 'C' with a unique 'H' or 'W' over the C. I can send a picture if anybody might have an idea.

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Hi Janie,

That's a very unique piece, it looks hand made to me. I looked for a marker's mark with a C & H or C & W but there are only a few famous danish pottery makers:

Danish pottery makers marks

As far as value, I'm guessing but I would say in the $75-100 dollar range.





New Perfection 151

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All i know is its an old cooker

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Do you have a photograph? It would help a lot with the appraisal!

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Ashton Drake doll

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I have a Spring promise doll in prefect condition. The boxs is alittle bit bent. I have the paper work to her to. I would like to know what the doll is worth.

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Ashton Drake spring promise bride dolls sell for $100-200 dollars:

Ashton Drake Spring Promise Dolls





Poppo Tezuka Wood Owl Wall Clock

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Clock works great. Case in near perfect condition, no defects, colors still vibrant, original finish. Has original everything-except it is missing hands. Don't know where to get replacements. Tried to some and also need the hand nut and taper pin., but don't know sizes or where to find. What do you think? Thanks!!!

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Hi Sonja,

If we're talking about the same clock, poppo Tezuka Wood owl clocks can sell for up to $200 dollars in excellent working condition.

Poppo Tezuka Wood clocks

Since your clock is missing parts, it might only be worth $20-50 dollars, so you might want to take it a clock shop to get an estimate on repairing it.





mallard duck hutschenreuther # 261

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Hello, I have a mallard duck #261.and I have never found a this piece anywhere...measures:13'' x 8'', who many I can sell my duck???

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hutschenreuther porcelain ducks sell in the $50-200 dollar range. Since I'm unable to find the exact same duck as yours, yours might be in the upper end. Here are most examples of similar ducks that have sold in that price range:

Hutschenreuther porcelain ducks

Thanks for sharing and that's a beautiful piece of porcelain.

You can sell your duck online for free using AntiquesNavigator. If you need any help, just let us know.





wanting to sell

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i have a ww11 belt with almost everything with it

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ANTIQUE ARTISTIC FIREPLACE SCREEN (CARVED LEATHER)

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This fireplace screen has been in our family for as long as I can remember. I've been unable to find anything like it, or learn anything about it. PLEASE HELP. Any information would be greatly appreciated. It's for sale elseware on this site. Type--ANTIQUE ARTISTIC FIREPLACE SCREEN (CARVED LEATHER)--in All Antiques to find it.

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3,700.00





ANTIQUE DRESSER SET

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This is part of a two piece set. Both pieces are in excellent condition, but I know nothing about them. I'd appreciate any info.

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GOLD LEAF STATUE LAMP

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Can you give me any insight on this beautiful lamp? The lamp shade and cord have been replaced, but it works great.

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1000 email me at bediva41@yahoo.com





Phillips & Buttorff model chromo 70

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This is a small wood and coal burning stove, with the model being chromo 70 and made in Tenn I believe, but not real sure on these statements, that Phillips & Buttorff first became partners in 1918, (this info I found through records at patten office)in the late 40's the comp. Applied for a patten on electrical heaters. I think they are no longer in business . I can't seem to find any info on this stove. I bought it at.a Garage sale, it has never been used. It appears that the elderly couple bought and stored it all these years. Any info would be greatly appreciated.

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ivory figurine

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18 inches in height, it was gift by my sister-in-law way back 1992. it came from nigeria. i want to know the value of the said article. thanks

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Antique Accent Table

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This lovely accent table has a carved apron apf festoon and sash with a leg centerpiece.

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$225 - $400





Antique Folding Knife

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Sterling/mother of pearl folding pocket knife, 2 blades, good condition. In our immediate family for at least 60 years and was reportedly carried by a Rough Rider ( however NO documentation for this exists). Has been boxed for 60+ years and was owned by another relative prior to that. It is not tarnished as it may appear in the dark photo. It appears to be an English knife circa 1850, made by Samuel Wragg. The words on the blades say S. Wragg, No. 40, Turkey Hill, and the last line is too deep into the knife to be able to read it. Blade's Guide to Knives shows 2 almost identical ones on pgs 211 and 212 photos. The head of it is a horses head with anchor and wheel. Would appreciate knowing the value, we would like to sell it somewhere. Thank you for any info/advice.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Wow, that's one sweet folding pocket knife! Pre-civil war items are getting harder and harder to find. Your Samual Swagg folding pocket knife is valuable and is worth between $2000-4000 dollars. However, the market is soft right now and it's hard to find buyers, but I don't think you'll have that problem with your knife. If you could find documentation proving the knife belonged to a rough rider (1st United States Volunteer Cavalry), then obviously the value would go way up! That's a great knife, thanks for sharing it with all of us!

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Wageman office desk

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I was wondering what this desk might be worth. It has some damage - one drawer is missing its back and another has a hole in the bottom. The top also has marks and gouges. It says "Wagemaker Co. Grand Rapids, Mich" in the drawer. That company apparently closed in 1960. I bought the desk at a garage sale about 20 years ago. The desk is solid wood and has wooden rails for the drawers and dovetailed joints. There are also 3 grooves in the drawers for holding filing systems. There are 2 drawers on the left and 3 on the right. The bottom drawer on the left appears to be two separate drawers in order to match the right-hand side of the desk, but it is really an extra deep drawer. There is also a center drawer with a wooden plug where a lock would have gone. Each side also has a pull-out writing surface, as well.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Your vintage/antique desk is worth between $100-200 dollars.

Here are many example of similar desks that have sold by auction:

Antique Mahogany Desk

1920 solid oak desk

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Your antique kneehole desk is worth $100-200 dollars.

Mahogany kneehole desk sold for $100

Solid Oak 1920 kneehole desk

Traditional mahogany desk

Very nice desk, thanks for sharing.





Josef Originals

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I bought this a couple years ago in a garage sale because I liked the look of it, since then I have look for one like it on line and cannot, so I was hoping someone could tell me what it could be worth. It's a figurine of a little girl playing a blue piano,she is wearing green nightgown with purple flowers. She has brown hair with a blue bow and has her eyes closed as she sings. It says Josef Originals on the bottom with a B under the piano. If you anything about this please let me know. Thank you.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Without a photo, I'm not sure which Josef Original you're referring to, but here are some that might be yours:

Josef Originals -- girl with piano

Maybe yours is this one:

Josef Original Girl singing wearing green dress playing a piano

Your josef original is worth $35-50 dollars.





Trinket box

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I really have no idea what it is or from what era. On the bottom there is something etched or hammered in, not sure. I think it says 1560 India W4655. Would love to know more about it and value. Thanks

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Estimated Value submitted by AntiquesNavigator Staff

Your trinket box is a souvenir and was probably hand made in india.

These trinket boxes are never exactly the same and vary in price, but usually don't bring more than $25 dollars.

Here are a few examples:

India brass trinket box

Oval Trinket Box





Velvet Framed Cherubs

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The framed Velvet picture frame has two blond haired cherubs. Made of porcelain.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Terri,

Your velvet framed cherubs are worth $15-25 dollars.

Here's a similar framed cherub that sold for $10 dollars:

vintage cherub on ornate frame





King Triton Porcelain Compote

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This unique item was discovered while preparing for an Estate Sale for WWII Veteran. The piece belonged to his grandmother and the slip of paper with this piece stated: Triton-Epergne-Compote circa 1750-80 (Diety of the Sea) it was once housed in the Museum in Berlin, Germany in late 1800's early 1900's. The marking on the bottom are the cross swords: a triple X,large X making the two smaller x at the top. The name written on the bottom begins with 'Mis' and last name begins 'Bach'. The Compote is attached with bolt extending through the sculpture to the base. Now in my possession, the dish was acquired by client in 1954.

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Wow, we get some nice antiques appraised, but this one literally belongs in a museum!

Your porcelain triton is easily worth $2000-4000 or more.

Thanks for sharing and that's a beautiful piece of history!





JEAN CARLU (1900-1997). AMERICA OPEN YOUR EYES! 1941

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This small poster was commissioned for Fortune magazine by the periodical's art director, Francis Brenan. It appeared in the August, 1941 issue of the magazine, along with other posters by Binder, Bayer, Steichen and Giusti. The issue was all on a single subject, World War II, and Brenan hoped to set an example of how sophisticated design could still be efficient. Carlu who, as a Frenchman, was totally aware of the Nazi threat, takes a brave approach to alert American captains of industry and business leaders of the fascist threat. Literally blinded by "business as usual," which could have meant any commercial dealings with Germany, Carlu exorts American business to "open your eyes" to the growing threat of nazism, which he simply depicts as a swastika amidst dark, swirling clouds. Printing on the back explains the purpose of the poster series: "Preeminently America is an industrial nation and America's preeminent function in the war is as an arsenal of democracy. Yet America's capacity to produce is no stronger than the will of the men who work her mines and factories. What labor must realize is that in total war every citizen, whether in or out of uniform, is a combatant; that in the total kind of war the U.S. is fighting, a war of production labor's role is even more crucial than that of the armed forces." Carlu 52.

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This belongs in one of the Holocaust Museums.

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Who wrote the poster description below? I am looking to cite it.

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Who wrote the text accompanying this poster? I would like to cite its proper author.





Freedom of the Seas, is in your own backyard

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VINTAGE POSTER-WWII HERBERT BAYER POSTER FROM FORTUNE, CIRCA 1941, FREEDOM OF THE SEAS IS IN YOUR OWN BACKYARD, MEASURES 14" X 11", LINEN BACKED

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Hi Yerit,

Cool poster, here's one that sold for $15 dollars:

1941 Herbert Bayer Rubber recycling WWII poster

Your Freedom of the Seas poster is worth $15-30 dollars.





ORIGINAL JOSEPH BINDER LABOR HOMEFRONT POSTER FROM WORLD WAR TWO

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EXCELLENT ORIGINAL VINTAGE POSTER FOR FORTUNE MAGAZINE 1941 DESIGNED BY JOSEPH BINDER, ONE OF AMERICA'S PREMIER MID-CENTURY GRAPHIC DESIGNERS. THE IMAGE PROMOTES LABOR'S ROLE IN SUPPORTING THE WAR EFFORT OF WW2. REALLY GREAT MESSAGE OF UNITY! 14" X 11",

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Your Joseph Binder WWII labor homefront poster is worth $150-200 dollars.

Here's a one currently for sale on goantiques.com for $150 dollars:

ORIGINAL JOSEPH BINDER LABOR HOMEFRONT POSTER FROM WORLD WAR TWO






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