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Depression Era Amber water pitcher set

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Water pitcher set Looking to see if this is a Carnival set or what brand and its worth. water pitcher and 12 glasses

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Sande,

Your have a 1950's carnival glass pitcher and glasses.  It's technically not depression glass, since it was manufactured way after the depression.  They were manufactured by the Jeannette Glass Company.  Here's a link for more information about the manufacturer:

http://www.carnivalheaven.com/carnivalglass101/id169.htm

The pattern is called Floragold - Marigold Iridescent.  As far as value, the pitcher is worth around $25 dollars and the glasses usually sell for around $5 each.

Here are a few examples of similar pieces that have sold in the past:

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-120634/floragold-iridescent-depression-glass-water-pitcher.html

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-120604/8-floragold-louisa-glass-jeannette-5-10oz-tumblers.html






pinball game

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Manufactured by T Cohn Inc. State Fair pinball game.

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red glass globe with white leaves vines and looks like grapes

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This is a globe to a lamp possibly a gone with the wind style. i thought it might be Findlay floradine but cant find the pattern anywhere. It looks like grape vines, white leaves and what appears to be grapes ethed in the glass. My mother in law and husband were both into depression glass, but they are no longer around to help me identify this. i know it is old, but that is about all i know. please help me with info about it or someone who might want it for their collection Thank you

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1800's GOLD MINER'S LOCKET / WATCH FOB CONTAINING GOLD FLAKES / GOLD DUST

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1800's GOLD MINER'S LOCKET / WATCH FOB CONTAINING GOLD FLAKES / GOLD DUST I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW VALUE OF THIS ITEM.

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Andrews parlor folding bed

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I have a late 1800's A H Andrews parlor folding bed. It is cherry. Great shape. Some scatches here and there, but overall excellent condition. I have not been able to find any information regarding value. Online searches have yielded 1800 advertising articles of these beds but I cannot find any for sale to get an idea of value. Thank you for any help you can provide!

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Vintage Marble Safety Axe folding knife with case. In good condition

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Hi Donna,

You have a very rare and collectible antique knife!  It's worth over $2000 dollars!  Here's a similar one that sold in that price range:

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-130945/antique-old-marbles-safety-knife--50yrs-old.html

Here's a great page on on the history of the maker of these knives:

http://www.knifeworld.com/ahuyeofsahub.html

Near the bottom of the page, they show 7 of the Mable safety knives and they list the value at $12,000 plus!






Vintage Keller Bros. "GESETZLICH GESCHUTZ" Knife made in Prussia.

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I would like to know the value of my vintage Keller Bros. GESETZLICH GESCHUTZ made in Prussia. The original black walnut handle was missing when I found it unfortunately. I replaced it with some pieces of leather, still the blade itself is all original with distinct patina.

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Oil lamp

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6 inches tall etched stone (dumbbell shaped) purchased as "antique oil lamp" Uncertain of origin or even if it is an oil lamp.

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Candelabra

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It's about 20 inches tall and 6 inches at the base It is signed on the bottom And it also has Dresden stamped on it It does need to leave glued back on so it has been broken. I'm just wondering if it hasn't he worth?

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Montgomery Ward & Co. Cast Iron Bell

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Old cast iron bell, maybe a school or church bell? 18" Dia x 16" ht. Marked "Montgomery Ward & Co Chicago, IL" on one side and "No. 2 Yoke 1886" on the other.

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Lamps/candle holders

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Victorian brass & crystal double candle holder

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Lamp

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Brass with glass shade. Word Diana is on the shade. Pull cords. 2 bulbs under shade. Very heavy. I have a pair.

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Candle holder

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Victorian brass and crystal dual candle holder

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Candle holder

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Victorian brass and crystal dual candle holder Number: 5264 on the bottom

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Glassware

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Indiana tiara amber glass napkin holder, 4 plates, 4 salad plates, 4 cups with saucers, entire decanter set, 4 goblets. Never used

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ziegler brewery Wisc.

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signs - bottles

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Mirror - Any value to this?

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I know very little about this mirror. Wondering if there is any value to it before I paint it. Would not want to ruin the piece. 28" wide x 14" tall Any help is appreciated. Thank you.

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Antique WWII Era Maruni Lacquerware Vases from Occupied Japan

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This is the information disclosed when I bought the vases. I purchased them separately but think they would be a more valuable pair. Any further information and or price appraisal would be great. Unique and collectible antique vases. They were made in Occupied Japan, patented, hand crafted Lacquerware by Maruni. The technique is lacquer over metal with unique subject matter in the hand painted designs. Marked CPO in a diamond, this symbol was used by the Central Purchasing Office of the US Navy for marking items made during the U.S. occupation of Japan, post-WWII, that were available for sale to members of the U.S. military. Good used condition, with moderate wear appropriate to age, and a possible small flaw or two Each vase measures 13.25" tall and 17.5" in diameter at its widest point. The top opening is 5" in diameter.

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Cattaraugus 225Q knife and sheath

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Cattaraugus 225Q knife and sheath. Good condition.

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BOSSONS ORCHIDS AND PARAKEETS CHALKWARE

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I have a Bossons Chalk ware piece called Orchids and Parakeete but it is spelt Paraquetes on its lable. It is still in its original box with the original cellephane covering it. In excellent condition It was made in 1955/1957 on the Bossons web sit it is classed as very rare. Can any one give me some idea of its worth. Regards Sandy

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noritake china serving set

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6 dinner plates Salad bowl Platter Gravy bowl Soup bowl Salt n pepper shaker

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china antiques

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edwin m knowles china co. semi vitreous 42-5 6 place settings including platter, sugar bowl gravy boat or creamer...plates, saucers, saucer cup plates, cups...none broken, but some have fracture line...still in very good condition otherwise..

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some old bottles

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I really don't know much bout them but there is a wilkins beverages, coca-cola mickey 75 inspearation, i on't know 3 of them, got nude beer, and outboard motor oil wondering how much they are

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SWORD

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I HAD THIS SWORD I DONT KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT IT. COULD YOU HELP ME WITH THIS. LIKE TO KNOW YEAR & WHAT IT MIGHT BE WORTH.THE TOP OF THE SWORD IS LOOSE IT TURNS OTHER WISE ITS IN GOOD SHAPE THANK YOU KELLYO 910-340-4432

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Wilcox Black American Cigar Ash Tray

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I found the Hallmark and info on the Wilcox Silver Company: Wilcox Silver plate Co Meriden, CT organized in 1865 by Jedediah and Horace Wilcox. Wilcox Silver Plate Co. (William Erik Voss) Founded in 1865, with Jedediah and Horace Wilcox, Charles Parker, Aaron Collins, Hezekiah Miller as the primary partners, as the Wilcox Britannia Company in Meriden CT. The name was changed in 1867. It was later one of the founding companies of International Silver in 1898. The company plant was closed in 1941 due to the war metal shortage. After the war, its house designs were made by other International factories, but the company as a seperate entity was not revived. In 1961, various divisions were consolidated and its name was changed to Webster-Wilcox. The word “quadruple” which appears on the hallmark was not used after 1900. So the piece must be older than 1900. - Possible as old as 1989 or older because Wilcox became part of the International Silver Company in 1989. In 1898 Wilcox became part of the International Silver Company. Many smaller companies banded together to form the International Silver Co. After 1900 most of the smaller company names ceased to be. Sources: Hallmark: Under Wilcox Silver Company: http://www.silvercollection.it/AMERICANSILVERPLATEMARKSTZQUATTRO.html History of Company: http://doddcenter.uconn.edu/asc/findaids/ISC/MSS19800008.html#d0e32 http://www.smpub.com/ubb/Forum21/HTML/001368.html http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~silversmiths/makers/silversmiths/151718.htm I found similar item(s) on the internet for sale: http://bridgesovertime.com/unusual-black-americana-cigar-ashtray-wilcox/ This one said it has a wick and lighting mechanism – mine does not and the bowl looks different. Did they have lighting mechanisms in the late 1800’s? My hallmark is located on the bottom rim not bottom middle as in this piece. But it appears to be the same hallmark. https://www.pinterest.com/pin/313281717802284045/

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Cheese or Butter Server with strainer insert

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Not sure if these pieces are truly antique or not but I've been told the bowl piece is actually a domed butter/cheese server with strainer insert and the other piece which I thought was simply a match vase is not a vase but actually has something to do with wine.

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Antique 6 FT tall French Brass Porcelain Oil Lamp Electrified

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Hi, We have a Wonderful Antique 6 Ft Tall French Oil Lamp that has been electrified. Purchased in France this lamp has a Brass tripod base with a Cobalt Blue Fluer De Lis Porcelain body. It is extremely Heavy. The Globe has glass panels that are Brass soldered. There is a Duplex Double Burner Turn Key, the burner was removed when it was electrified. The Lamp is in Excellent condition, only some slight worn gold and the wiring could be updated. The owner paid $5000 about 20 years ago, she purchased it from a lady who was a world traveler that purchased this right from France.

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Antique 6 FT French Brass & Porcelain Oil Lamp Electrified

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WE have a 6 FT tall French Oil Lamp that has been electrified. The owner purchased it 20 years ago for $5000 from a world traveler who bought it in France. The Base is Brass with Tripod claw feet. The porcelain has a Fluer De Lis Gold on Cobalt Blue. It has a Dubplex Double Turnkey burner (burner itself was removed when electrified). The Globe is Glass panels soldered with Brass. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Belinda

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French Inkwell

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I bought this inkwell from a man who bought it in France on his travels. I thought it was pretty but I think it has its top knob missing from the lid and does not seem to have any ceramic pot for the ink, not sure if it would have had one. I would just like to know what age it would be and era and a little bit more about it. It has aged to quite a turquoise patina and I presume it is brass not bronze as it is more golden than brown. Its size is 7 inches wide by six inches and the top of the pot is at about 2 1/2 inches high. I have not seen one with four quill rests before. It has a hinged lid and the pot is removable from the stand. There are some marks on the bottom but I cant find any list that says when, where or who made it. It has the number 2736 and under that it looks like a P in a D. Toying with the idea of cleaning it but at the moment I quite like the verdigris patina. Any info would be useful thank you.

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Marble Safety Axe Co. vintage folding knife

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Marble Safety Axe vintage knife in good condition. At least 70 years old. Folded it measures 6 1/2". Case included.

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cast iron lion bank hubley

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very detailed cast iron lion bank with viewing holes in bottom and number 3 on inside of one side of lion

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1900'2 Kersoene Stove, Detroi Vapor Stove Co

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3 burner stove. Not sure what it's worth. No model number. Could be a red star but not sure. Any information would be helpful. THanks! Marlene

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Marble Safety Axe Co. vintage folding knife

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Marble Safety Axe Co. Safety Folding Knife with case. Knife is in good condition. Folded it measures 6 1/2"

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Antique parlor set with settee ladies chair and gentleman's chair. Carved wood. Pink upholstery.Excellent condition

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Mccoy 2 gallon handled jug clover with double shield

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Mccoys jug with clover and double shield 2 gallon, good condition. http://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/mccoy-2-gallon-handled-jug-htf-rare-size-no The post from worthpoint states value found Red Cover edition Sanford McCoy guide page 224. Can you provide the value. Jug has been in family. Thank you

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Vintage Fraternal Porcelain China with Delta Gamma inscription

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I have a beautiful gravy boat that was coverd in dust. After cleaning I noticed a small inscription with Greek letters Gamma Delta. This could possibly be vintage Fraternal china. I cannot read bottom marking (worn)

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Silver / Gold Wash Music box

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Sterling Silver/ gold wash music box/necklace with an Italian Composer Verdi Cameo Its working. On back stamped 925, R, 29921, S. St. Croix, Swiss, Reuse, Pat. size is about .5" x 1" x .25"

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Vintage Cadillac Motor Car Div. Heritage Ownership II ( 2 ) Medallion In Box

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I have one of these Medallions I found you on a google search I am wondering how much of a value it has. I am looking forward to using your website. Thanks...Laura

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Occupied Japan Figurines

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Colonial Man and Woman, both standing, and are 8.25" tall, with "Made in Occupied Japan" stamp on bottom

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Occupied Japan Small Figurines

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Seated man and woman. The man is 6" tall and playing a flute, the woman is 5" tall and holding a sheet of music. Both marked "Made in Occupied Japan" on bottom.

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Occupied Japan bottles and small case

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There are 2 bottles with removable cork sealed stoppers, both being 4.75" tall. The case with lid is 2" tall, 3.25" in diameter. They are all marked on the bottom "Made in Occupied Japan"

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"Underwood" Type Writer in "LBD BALL GLUB" box

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I have in my possession as Underwood Typewriter. I know very little information about it other than it was given to my Aunt by my grandmother, who gave it to me on consignment. It is pretty well kept, although I do not know if it is in working condition, nor do I know how to figure out if it is in working condition. It is kept in (what looks like) an antique wooden leather box labeled "LBD BALL GLUB." I have a few pictures. Any and all information would be very helpful. I am think about also going to the Antique Roadshow in Cleveland, OH in July. Thanks and God Bless. -Rob Green

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merry wanderer, little drummer and goose girl

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I dont have much information regarding figureines so i took pictures of each one with the bottom included.

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Eagle Idaho Bank Club Opener

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Spin-It, compliments Bank-Club, Ralph Wilson, Eagle Idaho opener. It is about 3 inches long.

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10 gallon donaghho

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Diet Coca-Cola trademark bottle Detroit Michigan

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I have a 16 FL OZ (1 pint ) Diet Coca-Cola bottle that is tall and thin,trademark bottle, Detroit Michigan with 830 b 17 letters on the glass, red letters on the top, and white letters in the middle return for refund, in perfect condition no cap

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