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carved wooden duck signed Leo Koppy

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This duck is in perfect condition

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E.W Princess China Box

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I found this piece in my grandparent's house. It is a E.W. Princess China Occupied Japan box that my grandfather probably brought home from Japan during the Korean War. Any ideas on its value?

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Adam,

Your E.W. Princess China Occupied Japan box which is considered a “Trinket Box” is valued between $5 to $15.

Below are a few similar examples:

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-246242/occupied-japan-bisque-vanity-trinket-box.html

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-280906/occupied-japan-sgk-china-trinket-box-with-kangaroos.html

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-430834/vtg-pink-roses-trinket-box-made-in-occupied-japan-nice.html

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-486367/made-in-occupied-japan-hand-painted-trinket-box.html

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Capo Di Monte - Berlina Di Gala

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Hello, Id like to get my Capo Di Monte - Berlina Di Gala appraised / valued as I am interested in selling most of my Capo Di Monte pieces... as this is the biggest piece I wanted to get this appraised first and Ill list the others at a later date. The Capo Di Monte belonged to my mum and dad many years ago, and is in great condition it just needs a good clean. The dimensions are as follows: 110cm - Width 30cm - Length Age: My parents bought this piece of a blind lady roughly around 36years ago Many thanks for your help. Lesley

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Dixie Oven

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I recently started cleaning old our old farm house on our property and the stove that is in the house was in working order 25+ years ago when there was occupants in the home. I know that it is a Dixie brand. Has 4 burners and 4 oven doors-1 with glass. I am not sure of the age as we have not pulled it out of the kitchen-as it is still hooked up. It is a very beautiful stove, but could use a good cleaning. I have no interest in keeping it to restore to use, but would like to know if it is worth anything in its current condition. I do have pictures, but could not get them to upload. I can be reached via text/call 314-608-8932 and can send photos that way. Our home recently flooded-go figure it would be our home and not the 100+yr old farm house (I still would have been devistated if it had!)-and need to not only make room for our possessions to store in the farm house, but it also would be nice to sell to go towards repairs.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Brandi,

Your Dixie brand stove appears to be from the 1950s and is worth around $1100-1500 dollars.  

Here's a similar one currently for sale in that price range:

http://nuevo.callisale.com/art-antiques/pink-dixie-50s-rare-gas-stove-oven-5-burner-vintage-for-859_17540451.html

However, I'm seen similar stoves sell for much lower values, here's a pink one that sold for $327 dollars:

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-651327/1950s-antique-pink-dixie-stove--oven-with-original-owners-manuals.html






Porcilian Vase pure silver

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I have two antique porcelain vases that came from Wuerttemberg Germany. The are from I believe the WWII era. They are 8.5 inches tall and are pure silver overlay with hand painted birds on one and roses on the other. The artists name is Silber Zellan. So any feed back on these would be much appreciated. Thank You Chris McCormick.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Chris, 

I would estimate that your German porcelain vases are worth around $60 to $100 dollars each.

Thanks for sharing.







Whatcha Think?

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The Stove is a B.D.&Co. No. 8 It is in working condition & all parts are there. It is 33" high X 24" at its widest point.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

I think they still sell them!

Here's one currently for sale:

http://www.capitalsw.co.uk/stoves/studio.htm

I would say your Bernard Davis and company pot belly stove might not be an antique, but its still probably worth around $100-150 dollars, based on the current asking price for a new one.

and here's their website: Bernard Davis and Co. stoves





Reuge Sainte Croix Music Box

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Received as a gift in 1990-1992 was brought back from Switzerland. Reuge Sainte Croix, Thuya Burl Wood, Treasure Chest Design 1/18 Note Swiss Musical Movement - Plays Fuer Elise #3756 Size is 3-1/2"Wx2-1/2"Hx2-3/4"D It works great and is in excellent condition. There are markings on the movement metal that say Reuge Sainte Croix and the #3756 on the Cylinder and a Red and Black Sticker on the inside of lid that says Reuge Fuer Elise #3756 Swiss Musical Movement.

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Here's one currently or sale for $200 dollars:

1989 - Reuge Sainte Croix, Thuya Burl Wood, Treasure Chest, Cylinder Style, Plays Fuer Elise #3756, Swiss Musical Movement

It even looks like the same photo???

Reuge Sainte Croix music boxes typically sell in the $60-499 dollar range, so the $200 asking price for the above piece might be pretty close.







OAK BASE PEDESTAL TUB

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I do not know much about this tub. It was pulled from a home set for demolish. It has what I believe to be British Phone fixtures in brass as well as oak base. It is a 5' tub.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Tammy,

Fully restored antique pedestal tubs sell in the $700-1200 dollar range.  I would say your tub is worth around $300-400 dollars in its current condition, but its hard to tell from photographs what needs to be done to fully restore yours.






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scalloped edge. opulent color. no chips.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Lori,

I'm sorry but it doesn't look like depression glass to me...I would say your candy dish is worth around $5-10 dollars.






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Not exactly sure what I have. I believe it is made of black ebony wood, someone mentioned it was called Macassar ebony? It has L &T London engraved on the drawers in brass, also says patent double lever. It has wooden castors, and I believe ivory inlay. All drawers and doors have locks on them and I do have the keys.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Kinndra,

I think this one is out of my league!  I've never seen one like it...Here's a similar looking piece currently for sale for $33,000!

http://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/storage-case-pieces/buffets/portois-fix-sideboard-model-london-vienna-secession-1900/id-f_836079/

Just based on the workmanship seen your piece, your antique buffet table might be worth that much or more!  However, I would definitely get another opinion, because I really don't have the expertise to give you a valid appraisal.






1950's or older, Brass Egyptian Wall Hanging

Submitted by: Jill
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This Wall hanging is about 24 inches in diameter made of heavy brass with intricate etching around it. I was told it was a gift to the American Ambassador from the Egyptian Ambassador upon his retirement in the 1950's. The artist signed it in Egyptian on the back. We tried to get a good picture of this but what I can see it's Ji^3 (J I v(that is going the other way) and a letter that looks like 3. Name might be translated as (Rash)when I went out to Egyptian translation letters site. It is in excellent condition. the etching are extremely detailed with hieroglyphics and symbolism. It has 7 circles (six cirlces and one center circle). I have tried to find others like this piece but haven't been successful. It seems to be one of kind piece of artwork.

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Antique Cast Iron Double Oval Picture Frame

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This is a frame that I received from my mom. It was my grandmothers. I am wondering if anyone can tell me what it is worth and also around what time frame it was made? Thanks!

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Stromberg Carlson Radio/Record player

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This large cabinet radio/record player was given to my parents several years ago when some friends moved to a smaller home. The cabinet is approximately 42" tall, 38" wide and 17" deep and is in good condition other than a few scratches on the top surface. The only identifying information I can find is a label on the back that says "Stromberg Carlson Radio Receiver No. 935-PF and another label that refers to (and shows a diagram of)a "labyrinth sound system". The record player is located on the left hand side with the radio on the right, with a speaker system behind a cabinet door below. The radio buttons are labeled with station names (

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Stromberg Carlson Radio/Record player

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My parents were given this radio/record player a few years ago when friends moved to a smaller home. The cabinet is approximately 42" high, 38" wide and 17" deep; it's in good condition other than a few scratches o the top surface over the radio. The only identifying numbers I can find are on a label on the back (Stromberg Carlson Radio Receiver No. 935PF). There is another label that shows a diagram of the "Labyrinth sound system". The record player is located on the left hand side, with the radio on the right and a speaker behind the lower door. The radio has buttons that are labeled for various stations (WJR, CKLW, WXYZ, WWJ, WJLB, WJBK) and others that are labeled 45, 49, Phono, Radio, SW and SW. When plugged in, the record player works and the radio lights up and hums but I was unable to actually tune in any stations. I have been unable to find anything similar in the internet searches I have done. Any information you can provide is really appreciated. Thanks so much! BDW! :)

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Bookcase

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My brother gave this to me before he moved. I believe this is a bookcase and the glass has been taken out so it would not get broken in my garage. This is a two piece unit, the bottom section has 2 drawers. I have looked all over and can not find any markings. Can you help me out?

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WWII DIVERS KNIFE WITH METAL SHEATH

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Original JFK Poloroid in Dallas

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One of a kind, original Poloroid Photo of JFK and company in Dealey Plaza Moments before the event.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Although relatively rare, there were probably thousands of photographs taken of the president and his wife right before his assassination.  Your photograph is also in very, very bad condition. 

If you find the right buyer, it might be worth more, but I would say your JFK photo is worth around $100-200 dollars.  If you or your family took the photo, it's probably worth more to you in sentimental value.






Bohannan Combination Lock

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I have a Wilson Bohannan Combination Lock used for locking a drawer and cupboard. I've located the lock in an 1886 Bohannan catalog, which I'll attach. The ID No. per the catalog is 181, Cast Bronze Metal. Unable to take any photos at this time. Without pictures a range of value is all I can ask of anyone. Thank you.

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Armoire

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This armoire was purchased from an antique store in Nebraska, years ago.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

It's hard to tell much from the photograph, but I would guess the value of your antique armoire at around $2500-4000 dollars. 

It's a really nice piece, thanks for sharing.






Round marble top 40 inch diameter pedestal table

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This belonged to my mother in the mid 1950's.

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Moorcroft baluster vase, pansies on cobalt

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This Moorcroft baluster vase, with pansies on cobalt background, stands about 10" high; c. 1920s-30s. The underside has the Moorcroft flash signature and is stamped. No chips or cracks; minor crazing.

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Shiona,

Your Moorcroft baluster vase, pansies on cobalt is estimated between $450 to $700. If it had a Ink signature the price would be over $1100

Below is one for sale now asking price: $768 This on is only a little over 6” tall.

I have not seen on sell for that much.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Moorcroft-Vase-With-Popular-Pansy-Design-C1930-Antique-Ceramics-/121042816153?pt=UK_PotteryPorcelain_Glass_PotteryPorcelain_China_SM&hash=item1c2eb6cc99

This is another up for sale in the UK. This one is 10” tall.

USD $460-$767

Lot 262 : GBP £300-£500

William Moorcroft - Pansy - A baluster vase with roll rim neck decorated with a band of crimson and amethyst flowers with foliage against a cobalt blue ground, impressed marks alongside blue flash signature, height 27cm, restored

Thanks,







Vintage Buffet (Credenza)

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This is an older piece of furniture that was likely built mid-century in the north-east of the US, possibly PA. I'm not sure if it is made of oak, mahogany or some other popular wood from PA - like maple or cherry. It has 'older-style' dove-tail joints on all of the drawers, small metal wheels on each leg, shell appliques on each side door and the center-top of the mirror along with all of the original hardware. It appears to have two stain colors - all original I believe - and the center drawers appear to have some type of continuing and possibly repeating pattern.

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anri wood craving of an old acter chipped from the molded hat area and some how missing something on left hand holding an umberellaon right arm while having hand on back wearing blue coat and white stripped pants

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German hunters coo coo clock

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This coo coo clock is handcarved. It is in working condition but a few decoration pieces are missing.

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Megan,

Your Black Forest Cuckoo Clock is estimated between $30 to $60 because of the condition. Others have sold for as low as $20. If you could replace or repair the case (if the works inside are original) it can bring as much as $150 to $300 maybe more. One just like it but in excellent condition sold in 2007 for $430.

I think it is worth repairing.

Thanks,






mrs maryann

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Zenith cd player model vp2000 with 75 movie records. It works beautiful with no problems. would like value so I can sell. Thank you,

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Maryann,

Your Zenith CD player vp-2000 with 75 movies is worth between $130 to $150.

The player itself is valued at $20 to $45 in today's market. The movies are the key.

Below are some examples:

Zenith video disc player-vp2000 sold for: $19.99 sold date:11/09/2011

Zenith video disc player sold for: $41.00 sold date:12/06/2012

Zenith video disc player vp200 with remote sold for: $100.00 sold

date:04/11/2012

Zenith vp2000 laserdisc videodisc 80 disc set sold for: $136.00 sold date:03/01/2011

Zenith vp2000 80 disc set b4 laserdisc sold for: $147.55 sold date:03/10/2012

Zenith video disc player vp-2000 with 12 video discs sold for:  $ 124.99 sold date:08/21/2012

Hope this helps,






Painting

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Vase

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painting 2

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Dads painting2

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dads painting3

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dad's paintings4

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Berkey & Gay dresser and chest

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Berkey & Gay 5 drawer dresser with mirror and chest of drawers (7) with shaving mirror. Both have brass company plate inlaid in the upper right hand drawer. I am the second owner, these were my grandmother's

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi,

Your Berkey & Gay dresser and chest together are estimated between $600 to $1200. I have not seen any of the exact same design but many with the similar design and quality.

The mirror alone can bring up to $180.

A dresser without the mirror sold in March for $750. The price has seemed to increase significantly since 2004. A very similar one sold in 2004 for $230.

Below are some examples of ones for sale and a couple that have been sold.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Old-Antique-Berkey-and-Gay-Dresser-Burled-Veneer-Matched-Front-Nice-shape-/200935274453 asking $150

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Berkey-Gay-1925-Antique-Mahogany-Tall-Chest-or-Highboy-/400456087388 asking $975

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-Berkey-Gay-Furniture-Co-Vanity-Mirror-Shaving-Mirror-Stand-/231002156644 mirror asking $179

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-153160/chest-of-drawers-berkey-and-gay-mahogany.html

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-114344/antique-fr-tudor-mahogany-bureau-high-chest-berkey-gay.html

They are very nice pieces, I prefer antique over modern.

Thanks,








Blue and white plate

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Hi, I got this plate (also I got few of them and 4 tea cups) the same maker..Condition is so so,,as 2 cups got little cracks and some plates.. I just interesting in some information,like age and the name of maker and around value today.. Many thanks

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Large plate,Burleigh England

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Hi, I got this plates and very interesting about this.. 1)pictures 1 and 2(I would say condition is perfect..Very heavy. Its new item,never been used.) 2)pictures 3 and 4 (new as well..never been used,size a little smaller then first one,,perfect condition) Many thanks

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Hotel Sahara Agadir vase

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Hi, I found this vase in my uncle's loft..No idea that it is..Looks maybe old or maybe done badly..Used,as I can see inside marks from water.. Many thanks

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Old padlocks

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3 old padlocks. One has a picture of a sun on it..Also has writing on it. Can only make out the word WALKE? One is marked ENGLISH MAKE 4 LEVER One is marked with a picture of three legs. I think it says LEGGES? There are other words also but I can olnly make out TRADE

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Christine,

Your antique padlocks are called smokehouse padlocks and range in value from $10-100 dollars.  Smokehouse padlocks were invented in England, but it would appear your three padlocks are American.  I would say given the condition of your padlocks their estimated value is in the $10-20 dollar range for each one.






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vintage miller time pool table light vintage spud mckenzie lighted sign with party hat and baloons and streamers in background Pre 1930 barbers chair

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Robby,

Without seeing pictures of your items in questions I can only give you a wide range estimate.

There are many designs for the Miller Time pool table light but most are selling between $30 to $230

Below are a few examples:

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-479176/miller-lite-pool-table-light-new.html

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-1016693/miller-lite-pool-table-light.html

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Your Spuds McKenzie lighted sign is worth $40 to $90. There is one up for auction now asking price $165

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-c-1988-Spuds-MacKenzie-Bud-Light-Budweiser-Beer-Light-Wall-Sign-/151063060168

The actual selling price is much less. In 12/2007 one sold for $79.99 another in 3/2011 for $49.99

Your Antique Barbers Chair can sell for as little as $100 and as high as $4,500 depending on the brand name and the condition.

Below are some examples:

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-46785/antique-koken-barber-chair-circa-1900.html

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-58765/vintage-barber-chair-theo-kochs.html

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-1209183/antique-koken-barber-chair-working-with-leather-strap-rare-and-mint-cond.html

Hope this helps.

Thanks,







Champion by Underwood Typewriter made in 1912 S/N J74011

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Champion by Underwood Typewriter made in 1912 S/N J74011

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Deo,

Your typewriter certainly doesn't appear to be from 1912.  The 1912 models were much more primitive looking.  I would guess your typerwriter is probably from the 1950s and maybe it was patented in 1912.

Your Champion by Underwood typerwriter is worth around $25-50 dollars.  Here's one currently for sale for $33 dollars:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/vintage-underwood-champion-typewriter-w-case-/140995636243?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item20d3feac13






Reed & Barton #230

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Reed & Barton loving / trophy cup. #230, Tri handle, 8 1/2" high, base 4" in diamater. Pewter, no dent. Inscribed "Cotuit Knockabout Race Aug. 25th 1902" on one side, reverse says "Second Prize Won By Moya".

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Hi Mike,

Your 1902 antique pewter trophy is worth around $100-200 dollars.  As far as I can tell the Cotuit Knockabout is a yacht club race held off the Massachusetts coast.  If the trophy was from a more significant venue then the value would be much higher.






Gone with the Wind Antique Lamp

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excellent shape, electric, hand painted in purple and white flowers

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Joanie,

Your Gone with the Wind style lamp is worth between $75-150 dollars.  Here are some examples of similar lamps that have sold in the past in that price range:

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-86105/vintage-gone-with-the-wind-blue-roses-milk-glass-lamp.html

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-997913/25-gone-with-the-wind-lamp-1970s-electric-floral-hand-painted.html

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-363949/vintage-pink-satin-gone-with-the-wind-milk-glass-lamps.html






Antique footed bowl with lid. Hand painted dragons and cherubs

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Heather,

With only seeing the maker's mark on your antique footed bowl, the estimate is going to be in a pretty wide range.  Capo-di-monte bowls sell in the $10-200 dollar range, depending on the pattern and rarity of the piece.

Capo-Di-Monte antique bowls






Atlantis

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silver mounted Atlantis

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Paul,

Atlantis Faro glasses typically sell in the $15-18 dollar range.  So your two glasses are worth around $30-36 for the pair.






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This stove was my Dads pride and joy. He acquired it at an auction when I was very young. I used to sit in the basement and watch him work on it. He passed away almost ten years ago and Ive owned it ever since. I have no interest in selling it, Im just curious as to any information I can get on it ( what year it was made, any local ties and approximate value)...its priceless to me for obvious sentimental reasons. It says Olive Stove Works Rochester, Pa in the largest section on the front. It says Olive Oak on the smallest front door and has a #14 on the top. All pieces are here and it is in very good condition, no rust or wear and tear.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Cathy,

Parlor stoves typically sell in the $450-700 dollar range.   Here are some example so similar stoves that have sold in the past:

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-328606/antqcst-iron-woodcoal-burning-parlor-stove-goodwill.html

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-197221/antq-cast-iron-wood-burn-prlor-stovenational-fremont.html

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-1258077/antique-parlor-stove-beaver-oak.html

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-212706/1890s-cylinder-woodcoal-burning-cast-iron-stove.html






Renae Ryan

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this was part of the John A Penton Collection of Russian iron art castings.This ferrous art was part of a exhibit sent by Imperial Russia to the World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago in 1893. When it closed, John Penton acquired the collection and held it until Penton Publishing Company held it until it was sold at estate sale in 1938.This is one of the last items sold at auction on January 18, 1974.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Renae,

Wow, you have a beautiful piece of art!  Absolutely, wonderful and with a colorful history too!

Your 1893 World's Columbian Exposition iron cast pitcher is worth between $1200-1500 dollars.  However, its so rare that I haven't seen this piece or a similar one go up for sale, so the price is just an estimate.  In an auction, with the right set of buyers bidding, it could go up much higher.

Thanks for sharing.







1917 A.C.C.O WW1 TRENCH KNIFE PYRAMID BLADE & SCABBARD

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1917 A.C.C.O USA WW1 PYRAMID BLADE TRENCH KNIFE WITH IT'S ORIGINAL LEATHER SCABBARD OR SHEATH? BLADE HANDLE IS MARKED A.C.C.O USA 1917; IT HAS THE INITIALS TJ CARVED INTO ONE SIDE OF IT. THE BLADE MEASURES JUST UNDER 9" LONG AND IS THE SHAPE OF A TRIANGLE/PYRAMID. THE SCABBARD OR SHEATH IS REALLY OLD LEATHER(KIND PILING A LITTLE BUT ALL STILL INTACT) AT THE TIP IS A METAL COVER RIVITED ON 2 SIDES; HAS THE LETTERS MS STAMPED IN IT (LOOKS A LITTLE SQUISHED BUT COULD BE BENT BACK)ON THE OTHER END IS ANOTHER METAL COVER RIVITED IN 4 SPOTS (ALL RIVITS ARE PRESENT AND SEEM TO BE HOLDING UP PRETTY GOOD)ALSO STAMPED MS. THE END HAS THE TRIANGLE OPENING ALONG W/ A BELT CLIP ALL THE METAL IS A VERY DARK BRONZE COLOR!

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Stacy,

Your 1917 trench knife is worth between $350-500 dollars and is a wonderful piece of history.  World War I was a terrible war and by the looks of of it, I would hate to be the other guy facing the soldier holding your knife!

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Several different types of glass syringes a few with cobalt plungers. Ranging from 1.00 cc to 5 cc.

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Estimated Value submitted by Tim

Hi Charles,

Your antique glass syringes are worth around $4-10 dollars a piece.  The two syringes with cobalt blue plungers are worth a little bit more at $7-15 each.

Here are numerous examples of similar antique syringes that have sold in the past:

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-989384/vintage-becton-dickenson-1cc-tuberculin-syringe-with-cobalt-blue-plunger.html 

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-1025957/antique-colored-glass-travelling-syringe-eisele-antique-surgical-instrument.html

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-713264/vintage-wwii-ideal-propper-hypo-ideal-hypodermic-syringe-glass-40s-30s-antique.html

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-719505/2-antique-medical-surgical-physicians-doctor-glassbrass-syringes-instrument-set.html






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Information is very limited. This painting was left behind by a tenant. It appears to be a oil painting very beautiful. measurements are 35.5 x 23.5, 44 x 32 with the frame. The fram is solid wood and seems to have aged very well. There's a little rip in the upper right hand corner. Could be at least 50yrs old? There's a signiture in the lower right hand corner (Liggio).

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ROGERS, SMITH & CO.MERIDEN CT, LATE 1800S one of a kind, SILVER HANGING WALL PLATE

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HAVE A, STAMPED AND MIS PRINT NUMBERED, ROGERS, SMITH & CO.MERIDEN CT, LATE 1800S one of a kind, SILVER HANGING WALL PLATE. I NEED TO KNOW IF POSSIBLY DESIRABLE TO COLLECTORS. THE BRIGHT RED PATINA PROCESS, WHICH IS THE OUTER RING, WASNT KNOWN TO BE USED FOR YEARS AFTER MY PLAQUE, makes it one of a kind,. IT IS TWO PIECES: THE OUTER RING IS MARKED WITH THE ABOVE PLUS QUADRUPLE 9904 (the number 4 has a number 5 over); IT HAS A RIBBED PATTERN THE CENTER PIECE IS ATTACHED TO IT WITH 3 NUTS AND BOLT TYPE FASTNERS ITS A RAISED DESIGN OF TWO VERY DETAILED BIRDS AMONGST BRANCHES. IT ALSO HAS A WIRE WITH OVAL RINGS ATTACHED TO THE BACK FOR HANGING ON THE WALL. ITS A PERFECT PIECE THANKS FOR ANY ADVICE ON VALUE OF PIECE email me at RAREONEOFAKIND@HOTMAIL.COM museum quality

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Steven 1800'-1900's? womens vanity ceramic brush and mirror set ?

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Could be between 1800 -1900s 3 piece womens brush, hand held mirror, and a smaller round mirror. Brush has white brissels with gold triming and on the back a white porclain covering with a simple floral desin. The mirrors are both trimmed in gold with the same porclain. Not sure if there french, Danish, or American I have no clue and need help please and thank you . Michele Rodrigues contact: 774-644-0237

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Michele,

Your vanity ceramic brush and mirror set is estimated between $20 and $35. Most sets include the comb. One very similar to the one you described sold in 2008 for $20.50

Below are a few examples of others that have sold or are being auctioned at this time. 

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-970205/antique-brush-set-with-powder-jar.html sold for 20.50

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-38006/early-vintage-vanity-set-brush-and-mirror-1940-55-plate.html sold for $12.50

http://www.etsy.com/listing/120959994/vintage-mirror-brush-comb-set-white-gold asking 24.00

http://www.etsy.com/listing/130155685/vintage-mirror-and-brush-set asking 24.95

http://www.etsy.com/search_results.php?search_type=all&includes[0]=tags&page=1&q=hand+mirror+brush&ref=related

Hope this helps.Thanks,







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