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glass ornaments Germany colored

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Estimated Value submitted by Trudy

I would estimate the ornaments shown in the first photo are worth between $50-100 dollars each. The antique ornament in the 2nd photos is estimated to be worth between $25-75 dollars and the rest of the ornaments are probably closer to $3-10 dollars each.





My Bear

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Schcuo bear 8inches, yes no, glass eyes, good condition, growler inside not working. Either 1920ties or later?

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Pittston Stove Co #985

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Pittston Stove Co #985 w/Water Tank, valves, and fixtures This stove is barely used. It is located in an old Parish retreat house. It is still in it's original location and hooked up to a copper water heaters. It has all original valves and stove accessories! Please see pictures attached. Thanks!

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Settee

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Porcelain Doll

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17"-18" high porcelain doll and wicker pram. The only maker's mark on the doll is an "8" at the base of her neck. She's in good condition, with the exception of a missing right foot (the knit "socks" hide this). Her arms, head and legs are porcelain and her body is fabric stuffed with sawdust (?). She has her original bonnet (brown velvet, lace and black satin) but her dress is obviously not original, though is very well stitched, with pin pleats, tucks, etc. The pram is wicker, with muslin (?) lining and lace umbrella. In working condition, though fragile. The doll came into our possession with the pram, but they are obviously not an original pairing, as the doll is a "lady", not a "baby" doll.

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I bought this lovely plate at a yard sale last weekend. It doesn't have any markings on the back or anywhere. I'm wondering if you can tell me anything about it. Thank You

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1964 New York World's Fair ESSO Jug

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This Esso jug from the NYWF seems to be quite rare, can't find another one anywhere. It's 7.5" High and 6.5" wide. The glass interior is perfect. Includes instruction sheet and Happy Picnicking Brochure that were kept inside. I'd love to know it's value. Thanks

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Hi Bob, Very cool world's fair collectible! I've never seen one either and there are a lot of gas station collectors, so it works for both world's fair and gas station memorabilia. Plus your jug is great shape! I would estimate the value of your world's fair jug / thermos to be in the $25-75 dollar range.





Possible jade egg/ashtray

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I was given this from my grandmother's estate. It is an ashtray and an egg with a gold stand. I know very little about where this came from. She had these items for at least the last 30 years. They are both in great condition. The egg does have a brown blemish area but no chips or cracks.

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Antique pin

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Not sure if what I have may be of any value. It may possibly be bakelite or ivory. Thats all I know!

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Lefton Sugar bowl & Creamer

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Lefton Sugar and creamer has name and crown with number 1974 any info would be greatly appreciated. Thank you Lisa

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Lisa, Your Lefton Sugar and creamer which is a paisley print is estimated between $14 to $45. On average they bring $15 at auction. Thanks,





American Keychain

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This is a globe keychain from American airlines. What is it worth?

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old chair that we believe was on Pirate Jean Lafitte shipbut cant find any numbers or lette

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Tiffanie, Jean Lafitte would argue he was a privateer, not a pirate, but that's besides the point. Why do you believe your old chair was on his ship? Do you have any provenance to substantiate that fact? Can you provide a photo of the chair?





Carl E. Jackson framed picture

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Help please. . This picture is signed by Carl. There is a name handwritten on back paper back and says Carl E. JACKSON any help with information would be greatly appreciated. .

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jewelry trinket ?

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Any info would be greatly appreciated. Thank you

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Lisa, I would estimate Your Jeweled trinket box between $5 to $15. If you could provide more information such and any markings I may be able to help you better. Thanks,





Chinese antique dragon chair

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Hi, I found this antique chair in a Malibu storage unit almost 10 years ago. The owner of the unit had went to prison for drug charges, and was very wealthy. I'm not at all sure how old this chair is, but a friend who has a little more knowledge has said he believes the eyes to be real ivory, and thinks there is a good chance this chair could be from the Qing Dynasty era. There are some definite signs of wear, and looks like someone may have added nails or screws under the seat where you can see it was slightly coming apart. Any information on this chair would be great, and an idea if it could even be worth anything at all. I was told to look for soft edges, there definitely are no crisp edges on this chair anywhere.

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Lisa, Please send a picture





Montcalm cremery milk can

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Duane, Your Montcalm Creamery Milk Can is estimated between $15 to $40. I have seen them bring a little more but they are usually decorated or painted. Yours looks to be steel witch will bring a little more the aluminum. This can is probably from the 1920's Thanks,





Louis xv style arm chair

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Layne, Please send a picture a single Louis XV style arm chair can bring between $100 to $700 or more. Thanks,





unknown Japan

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This piece has a Japan mark on bottom . it's been in family for at least 40 yrs. Any information would be ggreatly appreciated. ..

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unknown call bell

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Any help would be greatly appreciated with this bell

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Lisa, Your Call Bell is estimated between $10 to $20. I'm guessing it is a painted brass from what I can tell. Hope this helps, If it has any markings please let me know. Thanks,





Glass Bowl with gold leaf etching

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Hello and thank you for any kind of information on this Glass Bowl would be appreciated. . I've had it for 30 yrs there is no imprint of initials or mark has gold leafs and gold rim at top of bowl.. curious to what it may be. Thank you

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Lisa, Your Glass Bowl with Gold Leaf Etching is estimated between $10 to $30. Even the glass work made by known manufactures such as Lenox or Heisey are not bring much more if any more. I think it is a nice piece I would just enjoy it. Thanks,





Engraved little chest unknown

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Hello this little treasure chest box has a mark inside box it shows a sign of east.west..North..south.any idea what it maybe thank you

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Lego penny Bank

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Copyrighted by Lego Cow jumping over the moon penny bank.

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Miranda, Please send a photo. Thanks,

Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Miranda, Your Lego Cow jumping over the moon penny bank is valued between $5 to $25 if it were not missing the ear. I'm not sure you would be able to sale it in the condition it is in. Lego pieces were produced in Japan and imported by the Lego Import company. Lego is an acronym for the companies president Leo Goldman who was based in New York. They were known for their distribution of bar ware and also their figurines. Does your have a stamp 1960? If so, that is when it was produced.





tulip center piece

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Hello please help.. I found this at a estate sale. It has a blue crown with a circle and a N on bottom of center piece with some other marking possible initials. There are 11 tulips in piece. There's also a tag hand written on bottom says china flowers 1966 M & F please help with any idea of what I have. Thank you

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Tulip center piece

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Please help me with any information about this center piece of 11 tulips There's a blue Crown with a circle and a N on bottom of center piece with some other marking possible initials

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Ataka Dolls

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Please help with any kind of information about these Ataka dolls I've had them for about 20 yrs now but have been in family since purchased.

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Lisa, I would estimate your Ataka Dolls between $50 to $100 each. I know of one that sold in 2011 for $25 but did not include any other pieces that I see included with yours. Thanks,





The Fairy tale by Walter Firle

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Any help of information is greatly appreciated. Thank you

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Lisa, Your print The Fairy tale by Walter Firle is worth between $30 and $100 depending on the size and quality of the frame work. The larger prints bring more. These prints are usually around 28\\\"W x 23\\\"H. The higher quality the frame work the more it is worth. I haven't seen any bring more that $100 not even the oil paintings. Thanks,





Black Americana Wooden Hand Painted Dolls

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I just recently acquired these black americana wooden hand painted dolls. I am not so familiar with these and was wondering if someone could help with an appraisal and possibly how old these are?

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Hi Bobby, Your Black Americana Wooden Hand Painted Dolls are estimated between $14 and $20. A set of six very similar to yours sold in 2008 for $13. Thanks,





3 piece vase set

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The 2 little ones have a gold sticker and says Japan. . The large one is marked made in Japan..They have been in family for 40 years. Any help would greatly be appreciated. . Thank you...

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Autum Morning

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I think it is a signed painting by Eugene Iverd. Bought it at a yard sale for $5.00. Paper on back of painting is crumbling. Measures approximately 31.5 W x 26.0 L. Would like to know the history of painting , if it is authentic.

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Susan, I don't know if your Autumn Morning by Eugene Iverd is a original by looking at the picture. Most originals are oil paintings. The prints usually bring around $25 to $40 Thanks,





antique glassware

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I dont see any identifying marks on ot but my grandmother had told me befor she passed away it was antique and to keep it safe so im wondering how to know if it has any value

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Antique Brass Candlebras

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Beautiful and heavy brass antique candlebras...detailed carvings throughout and on bass..

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Golden box ? Mystery

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Hello! I found this Box at an antique store while I was on vacation in Hot Springs Arkansas. On the bottom it says "rehearsal of ballet on the stage Degas (1834-1917). Only problem is that it's missing the top. I'm curious what it was used for and about how much if anything , it's worth. Thanks in advance for your help! Carrie Thornton

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Carrie, Your Mystery Golden Box looks to be what is left from a Music Box: `Rehearsal of Ballet on the Stage` Degas ( 1834-1917) Song `Moonlight Sonata`. Top of box is a picture of a ballet. One sold for $35 in 2007 but it was in great shape with no missing parts. I don't know what you paid for it but you probably paid too much. Sorry I couldn't give you better news. Thanks,





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The few items that are similar to mine all state they are depression glass. The enamel background id black with heavily painted floral design around lip. The base also has a floral painted design(different from rim)directly to the glass. Gold pin-striping is on the edge of lip, base, lower portion of bowl and top of stem. The stem has a bit of a raised line on either side; as if it was made from a mold. Hope someone can help me in identifying this glassware. Thanks

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F. S. Harmon & Co. Chidren's Rocking Chair

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It has a faded and worn F.S. Harmon sticker on the bottom of the chair and there is some residue glue on the inserts of the spokes on the back of the chair.

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Table

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I do not know much about this piece. It has a metal pull for drawer and lion claw accessories that i found loose in the drawer.

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It's in excellent condition my dead brother had it it has a brownish marble top and two cabinets to open up all cast iron fof Wien.

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Ansonia Nail Clippers

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Antique Ansonia Nail Clippers made in 1905. Very good condition with very little rust. Found one on Etsy.com and another one at Museum of Vancouver.

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi, Your Ansonia Nail Clippers are worth between $20 to $25. One sold in 2011 for $21 but it did look to have quite a bit of rust. Thanks,





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I bought this chair because I thought it was beautiful. I know nothing about the chair. I've never seen a chair like this before.

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Vintage Beige Couch/Hide a Bed

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This couch was my great grandparents. My dad actually slept on it when he was a kid. It's at least from the 40's. The mattress is still comfy for a hide a bed and pulls out easy. The platform for the mattress says Mastercraft of Omaha if that helps. Everything is original and there isn't any major stains or anything on it. Its one drawback is that it's really heavy. I now have it at college but because of its size and weight am trying to get rid of it. I have no clue how much it's worth, if it's worth anything. I just don't want to give it away if it is worth something.

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Vintage Beige Couch/Hide a Bed

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This couch was my great grandparents. My dad actually slept on it when he was a kid. It's at least from the 40's. The mattress is still comfy for a hide a bed and pulls out easy. The platform for the mattress says Mastercraft of Omaha if that helps. Everything is original and there isn't any major stains or anything on it. Its one drawback is that it's really heavy. I now have it at college but because of its size and weight am trying to get rid of it. I have no clue how much it's worth, if it's worth anything. I just don't want to give it away if it is worth something.

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Ray, Your Vintage Beige Couch/Hide a Bed is estimated between $10 to $100. It would sell as more of a need to someone instead of a antique. I couldn't tell the size (twin or full) the full size does sell for more but like I said it is more of a necessity purchase from what I have seen. Thanks,





Vintage Beige Couch/Hide a Bed

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This couch was my great grandparents. My dad actually slept on it when he was a kid. It's at least from the 40's. The mattress is still comfy for a hide a bed and pulls out easy. The platform for the mattress says Mastercraft of Omaha if that helps. Everything is original and there isn't any major stains or anything on it. Its one drawback is that it's really heavy. I now have it at college but because of its size and weight am trying to get rid of it. I have no clue how much it's worth, if it's worth anything. I just don't want to give it away if it is worth something.

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Two matching train racks stamped Dayton manufacturing co and numbered 118-16 & 116-13

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Persian Dagger with marble and jade handle

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BLADE: Handmade Steel BLADE LENGTH: 7" DAGGER WEIGHT: 14 oz MARKING; Yes, but unable to identify. LOCATION near beginning of blade TRIM: BRASS with Small Star surrounding the entire dagger HANDLE MATERIAL" JADE and MARBLE YEAR FOUND: Around 1943 BLADE INSERTION: Rusty SHARPNESS: Sharp from handle to dull near end chicob54@gmail.com Skype: carats10

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Stanley, I would estimate your Persian Dagger with marble and jade handle to be worth between $75 to $200. Here is some examples of one that have sold recently. http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/index.php?s=Persian+Dagger&c=&submit=Submit&main_page=documents&content=search Most run in the $75 range but yours has a certain elegance and I believe you can get $175 or more. It is a nice dagger. Thanks,





Tongzhi Ginger Jar (?)

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I have what I believe is a Qing Dynasty Tongzhi ginger jar; I have been only able to find a few like it and a few translations of the markings on the bottom which leads me to believe it is older (1862-1874?)than I thought it was. Am I right about what I have found out so and what would an item like this usually be priced at?

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi, I really don't know how old the jar is but I would estimate the value between $30 to $100. Most that I have seen sold range in the $30 to $50. Here are a couple of examples: http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-1505936/christie-yangzhitang-collection-of-imperial-porcelain-of-the-late-qing-dynasty.html http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-1849506/chinese-qing-dynasty-famille-rose-porcelain-big-jar.html I hope this helps, Thanks,





vintage stove made in detroit

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vintage stove made in detroit whats the valuevof it?

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Who is the manufacturer? Are there any serial numbers on the stove?





Ellis Micro-Diameter Model SA-1

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I have an Ellis Micro-Dynameter Model SA-1 Serial Number 588. It is in the original carrying case with all tags and accessories. I also have all the original documents as well as a collection of "bulletin of micro-dynameter research association" articles.

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Christopher,

I have seen 2 very similar to yours that sold for $50 each. One did sell in 2013 but it looks to be a older model.

Hope this helps, I do not know the model or serial numbers of the ones that sold.

Thanks,







170 Collection of PEZ's

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I have 170 PEZ's - please let me know how I can send you a pdf of the details - some new some out for display - Here is the list New NAME Quantity Alligator 1 Barney Rubble 1 Batman 3 C3P0 3 Chewbacca 3 Clown 1 Cow Key Chain 1 Daffy Duck (2 types) 3 Daisy Duck 2 Darth Vader 3 Dog 1 Droopy Dog 1 Easter Bunny 1 Elephant 1 Elephant Key Chain 1 Garfield 4 Garfield Chef 1 Goofy 1 Happy Valentine's Day 3 Hippo 1 Hulk 1 Lucy 1 Mickey Mouse 1 Minnie Mouse 1 Miss Piggy 1 Mouse 1 Nermal 1 Odie 1 Polar Bear 1 Purple Lion 1 Skull 2 Snowman 2 Speedy Gonzalez 1 Spiderman 1 Storm Trooper 3 Tazmanian Devil 1 Truck 4 Uncle Sam Key Chain 1 Witch 1 Wyle E Coyote - up on Amazon for 20.00 1 Yoda 3 Yosemite Sam 1 USED NAME Quantity Angry Bird 1 Barney Rubble 1 Batman 4 Bugs Bunny 1 Bunny 1 Charlie Brown 3 Chick 3 Clown 3 Daffy Duck 1 Dino 1 Donald Duck 2 Donatello (Purple) 3 Dragon 3 Fozie Bear 1 Fred Flintstone 1 Garfield 4 Girl 1 Gonzo 1 Goofy 1 Hulk 1 Kermit the Frog 1 Kid 1 Leonardo (Blue) 3 Lucy Van Pelt 1 Michaelangelo (Orange) 2 Mickey Mouse 2 Miss Piggy 1 Nermal 1 Panda 1 Papa Smurf 1 Pebbles Flintstone 1 Pluto 1 Pumpkin 2 Raphael (Red) 3 Santa 1 Sheep 4 Skull 2 Smurf 1 Snoopy 1 Snowman 2 Speedy Gonzales 1 Spiderman 4 Sylvester 3 Truck 10 Tweety 3 Whistle 4 Witch 1 Wonder Woman 1 Woodstock 1

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Estimated Value submitted by Harry

Hi Debra,

Individual pez range in price from $1 a piece to around $20 dollar each.  There are numerous \\\"footless\\\" pez that demand higher prices, but from your picture, I don't believe you have any in your collection.  That would give your collection a value between $170-1000 dollars.  

You would be better off selling each PEZ dispenser individually to get the maximum amount from each one, but the task of selling 170 PEZ dispensers individually would be pretty daunting.  Selling the collection as a whole, I would estimate you could get around $100-300 dollars, again I would need to see the list of each one to see if their are any really old and valuable pez in your collection.






1938 silver Nazi coin ring

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I have an antique ring the ring band itself is stamped with 925 the face of the ring is a 1938 German coin made by Hitler it's been in my family for over 76 years I don't want to sell it I just would like to know what it could be worth

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Please send a picture. Thanks,





WILLIAM B. KERR & CO. FIGURAL SNAKE MATCH SAFE VESTA STERLING

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I have this sterling silver snake match safe - I don't know much about it - but I found one on this website selling for around $1000. Is this an accurate appraisal? And is this a good avenue to sell it? Great condition except for small crack and ding (see photos). Thanks so much!

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Andrew,

Yes, if you found the same match case that sold for $1000 dollars on this website, it would be a good gauge on the value of your match safe.  However, condition is very important and finding the right buyer would also be required.  The small crack and ding would negatively affect the value and collectors always want pristine condition on their antiques, especially when spending that much money!

I would estimate the value of figural match safe at around $500-1000 dollars.






Flexible Flyer

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Hello - The sled is a steel base, no bumper, has the stamp on the back which says, Made By PARIS MFG. CO. South Paris, ME, USA No. 200

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Jan,

Flexible Flyer Sleds do not have a high monetary value. They have more of a sentimental value for sled collectors (childhood memories). Your Flexible Flyer Sled may bring up to $100. 

Here are some that sold recently from $45 to $103

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-215527/flexible-no-4-flyer-vintage-sled.html

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-246364/antique-flexible-flyer-sled-1921-1928-classic-2c-model.html

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-251646/flexible-flyer-no-6c-vintage-8-12-sled--rare.html

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