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security steel equipment corp. Avenel, N.J. tanker desk with pontoon legs

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I have looked high and low for any information about this desk I have been given. I've found only one other photo of vintage filing cabinets that appear to have this same nameplate, but the image is blurry and I can't magnify it. I know Security steel equipment corp. goes way back to the early 1900's and has merged with other companies, been bought out, filed bankruptcy.....constantly changing, or evolving so to speak. Any idea of what it might be worth. Why can't I find other photos of the same, or similiar and more photos of nameplate. Please help.

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security steel equipment corp. Avenel, N.J. tanker desk with pontoon legs

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I have looked high and low for any information about this desk I have been given. I've found only one other photo of vintage filing cabinets that appear to have this same nameplate, but the image is blurry and I can't magnify it. I know Security steel equipment corp. goes way back to the early 1900's and has merged with other companies, been bought out, filed bankruptcy.....constantly changing, or evolving so to speak. Any idea of what it might be worth. Why can't I find other photos of the same, or similiar and more photos of nameplate. Please help.

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antique bowl

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silver bowl with lion paw legs stamp on it says BMCo. with a lion on top of letters also the numbers 1177 condition is good

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Steamer Trunk

Submitted by: Tara
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A customer brought in the attached Steamer Trunk for auction. They had purchased this trunk 30 years ago. I am hesitant to put it for auction as I don't think it will get the sale that these customers should get. Series appears to be: Royalrobe Made by: Seward Trunk & Bag Company Markings on the buckles/locks are: ** Worcester T & S Co. Mass. ** Eagle Lock Co U.S.A. Terryville OONN 022U78 ** PAT. APEDECR APLDFCR The above PAT. Number is hard to read but are in two places. I found this link about the trunks.

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Royal Bayreuth water jug -- signed

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Not sure of the age or anything else. My hoarder sister gave this to me to sell. Any information is appreciated. TIA

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Radiona wood burner please help

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I bought this beautiful Radiona wood burner from an auction and I have done hours of research on it and have come up with nothing. Can someone give any info on Radiona wood burners please

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Hi Robert,

Your Radiona wood burner is called a “Fireplace Radiona” and was manufactured in the late 1900's.

I would estimate your Fireplace Radiona between $200 to $400 possibly more .

Below is a link that will tell you about the Fireplace Radiona.

http://idnc.library.illinois.edu/cgi-bin/illinois?a=d&d=WAF19271028.2.42.2

I hope this helps

Thanks,





Rosenthal mallard duck

Submitted by: una
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Labeling on bottom has Rosenthal Germany-Kunstabteilung SELB and is imprinted with number 1671 My father in law brought several pieces home from Germany during WWII. the piece measures around a foot across. and has a small chip in 2 wing tips. I also have the pair of penguins with the same markings.

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Gold cameo brooch

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Gold embroider brooch bone China background with silver looking head /neck. Great great grandmother's ngrandmother still around at nearly 98years old was her mothers from England

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Hi, Jodie - Anne

Please send a picture of the front.

What carat gold is the brooch?

What are the measurements?

Thanks,





Brass Elephant

Submitted by: Alexander
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Hi Alexander,

Please send a picture

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I came across this old knife and wanted to know if you could tell me anything about it. Or what it might be worth. I don't really see any markings on it.

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Hi Shannon,

Please send a photo.

Thanks,





3 piece fine pewter NFL Giants gift set

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Never used and in excellent condition.

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Hi June,

Please provide a photo.

Thanks,





German Made Musical Jewelry Box

Submitted by: Garry
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Antique Jewelry Box 8 in. x 3 in. x3 1/2 in. Deep On all 5 Panels Mythological scenes including Unicorn, Pegasus Horse, Winged Griffin, Lion, Dragon and more including several People and Dogs. Key has a lion logo on both sides Also has a lion logo on the bottom of the box and it is marked Made in Germany. Music inside is marked made in Switzerland

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Hi Garry,

Your German Made Musical Jewelry Box is estimated between $110 to $170.

Not sure if yours is bronze but it looks to be, so that is what I based my search on.

These are usually referred to as Jewelry Casket's and were made in the early 1900's

I have seen them go for a little as $60 but they did not have the key and not as much detail

as yours. I do not know if yours is a Erhard & Sohne

Below is one that sold at auction for $152.16.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Wonderful-Victorian-Erhard-and-Sohne-Solid-Bronze-Casket-NO-RESERVE-/131600396799?_trksid=p2047675.l2557&nma=true&si=yeqwuqwNMg%252BhWsnPurpFA9MlrfY%253D&orig_cvip=true&rt=nc

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Wells Fargo satchel

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Approx: 12 1/2" Height 14" Width 4 1/2" Depth Canvass and leather. Appears to have a brass chain inside the leather strap. The only one like it, that I found online, was sold at auction in 2013. Any help appreciated. Thanks

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky


Hi Chris,

Your Wells Fargo Satchel could bring as high as $800 if you can verify it is an original.

I only know of one other that sold in 2013 for $725. It was not in as good of shape as yours

Hope this helps,





Linen chest

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It is a dark wooden linen chest. Approximately 55 years old. Ball and claw legs. Fairly good condition. From South Africa. Brass handles on the side. One handle is broken 79 cm long 41 cm wide 34 cm deep 54 cm high

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi,

Your Linen Chest is estimated between $100 to $150. Maybe even more to the right buyer.
Most linen chest I've seen at auction bring on average around $45.
Yours has a lot of detail and the claw feet are a nice touch.

I might try getting it professional cleaned before selling.

Below are a few examples:

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-1004206/l394-antique-art-deco-neoclassical-blanket-linen-chest--box-cedar-lined.html



http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-1256099/antique-handcrafted-wooden-chest-cast-iron-handles-folk-art-tool-chest-latched.html

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Klemm Dresden Children w/Goat

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I can't find anything about this piece. It was given to me....no idea on value. I get everything from $200-1200. It is in perfect condition, all flowers and pieces are intact Thank you!

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Theodore Roosevelt china bull

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Bull figurine/creamer, nice detail, brown in colour, approx. 6 " in length, 3 1/2 " tall. Has stamped picture of steamship on side of bull. And underneath picture it reads: Steamship Theodore Roosevelt entering the harbor, Michigan City, Indiania. This piece is in very good condition and could have been used as a small creamer because there is a opening on top of bull and the tail curls around to form a handle, as well the mouth is open which provides a spout for pouring cream. I can find no information about it. No markings on bottom. Age? I am thinking it may be from the 1920's - late 1930's, but I'm not sure. A piece of political memorabilia..if anyone can help me, I would appreciate any information. Thank You

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Series of Descouritz.Oiseaux billions de Bresil

Submitted by: Cheri
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I have to incomplete series of Jean Theodore Descourtilz bird prints. In the color prints I have ( and these say litho on them) numbers #11,21,27,35,39,43,45,59. I also have a large number of his B&W, numbers 4,8,10,12,14,16,18,20,22,24,26,28,32,34,36,38,40,42,44,46,48,50,52,54,56,58. ( will include a couple of pictures) They are in good condition and I don't know their value or worth. I have had them for well over 12 years, bought a storage unit and apparently the lady who past away was an antique dealer, mainly paper, ads etc. I don't know anymore about these litho's but feel like they may be of value?! Thank you for any help you can give me.

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Hi Cheri,
Prints by Jean Theodore Descourtilz can range from $30 to $455 depending on who prints them.

The first edition was published by Waterlow and Sons for Thomas Reeve in London between 1852 and 1856. The first edition prints range from $200 to $455.

You need to find out where and when these were printed. They are still being printed.

Below is a link where a person can still buy them. On average they run $134 each

https://www.heritage-prints.com/descourtilz-45-jacamar-dore

Thanks,





bing bavaria

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Samurai Swords WWII

Submitted by: tisip
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My Uncle brought these two swords back from the Pacific during WWII. Anyone know anything about them, or possible value? Thank you for any assistance.

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Tisip,

Your Samurai Swords WWII can bring anywhere from $9 to well over $5000. The more
information you have on the ones in your possession will determine the value. I have seen them
go for a high as $6,600.00. If you can prove it is an original not a reproduction and has low
matching serial numbers. If you are going to sell them at auction put a minimum bid on them.
Below is a link to some of the swords that have been sold at auction:
https://www.antiquesnavigator.com/index.php?main_page=documents&content=search&s=Samurai&c=&Search=Submit
Thanks,





Depression Glass Collection

Submitted by: Jen
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I inherited this depression glass but don't have anywhere to keep it. I tried searching online, but am having trouble figuring out what it might be worth. Am definitely interested in selling it. Thanks!

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Jen,

Your Depression Glass Collection is estimated between $30 to $80 maybe a little more if sold
as a set. The shoes bring anywhere from $3.50 to $10 each. The top hat toothpick holders bring
$.99 to $6.00 each. The same for the trinket box and candy dish. I can't really tell by the picture
but all your pieces look to be hobnail glass. The Fenton Hobnail pattern came out in the 1940's
and is still made today. If you have any papers that verify how old it is you could get a lot more.
Check out this link for Depression Glass Price Guide:
https://www.antiquesnavigator.com/antiques-price-guide/depression-glass-price-guide.html
Thanks,





Siegler 400-ubn

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It is all here and it works

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Jeffery,

Your Siegler Oil Heater is worth on average $150. I have seen them go for a little as $8 and

as high as $217. If you are going to sell it at auction be sure to put a minimum bid on it.

below are some that have sold at auction:

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-1362162/siegler-automatic-oil-heater-1011u-furnace-stove-antique-siegler.html

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-1719712/siegler-oil-heater.html

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-1191861/vintage-art-deco-lear-siegler-heater-oil-burning-porcelain-stove-all-original.html

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Copper Jug or Vase

Submitted by: Tiffany
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Copper vase or jug. Hammered copper with scrolled handle measuring 5" tall. The base measures 2 1/4" in diameter. Top measures 2 3/4". The inside of the mug has bits of green patina. The nail that attaches the handle to the vase is flat and appears antique. I would love to know more about this beautiful vase. Thank you!

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Hi Tiffany

Your Copper Jug/Vase/Picture is estimated between $20 to $50. I have seen only one just like

your and it sold for $24.99 in 2013

Below are some that have sold at auction:

https://www.antiquesnavigator.com/index.php?main_page=documents&content=search&s=copper+jug&c=&Search=Submit






Chair

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Two Identical Chairs_ Belonged to My great grand mother. Pearl inlay on chair face. Both in excellent condition.

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Admire LaForce

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Framed illustration of Le Force

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Pair crown ducal Avis vases

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2 crown ducal Avis vases in Excellent condition

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky


Hi Geoff,

Your Pair crown ducal Avis vases are valued between $15 to $35.
I have seen a pair just like yours sell for $33.00 in 2011 but
in 2013 a pair sold for $15.17

Below is one that sold for $11.89:

http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-960165/small-pair-blush-ivory-crown-ducal-vases-with-exotic-bird-art-nouveau.html

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Amphora

Submitted by: Andrew
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Item is 17 inches tall and 24 inches round. With a 4 inch opening at top. There are no maker marks. Has very minor chips on both handles which appear to be from its original time of use. I have been trying to find out more on its origin or date of making but it is been very hard to do. I look at it and believe it is museum worthy. I want to sell it but I am lost on just how I should do it. I believe it is at least 1500 years old and a great potters wheel piece.

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owner

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have an antique serpentine oak dresser with mirror to sell need appraisal please

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Large Brass Chinoiserie Chinese Alter Candlesticks

Submitted by: Kevin & Gabe
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They are brass 33" Tall have Phoenix's on them

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crown ducal ware

Submitted by: Nick
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hi have a piece of crown ducal ware it says wild rose 2635 Rd No 780965 it is like two small dishes joined together in the middle could you tell me anything about it please thanks nick

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Nick,

Your Crown Ducal Wild Rose Twin Dish is estimated between $8 to $11.

Below is a link to one that sold for $8.71 in 2011
link texthttp://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-861703/pretty-vintage-crown-ducal-wild-rose-twin-dish.html

Thanks,





24k gold plated occupied Japan jewerly pink rhinestone gift set

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it has a braclet, a pin, necklace, and a pair of earings, pink and white rhinestones. Still in original box. I believe it's date about from 1947-1952 but not sure. I can not find anything on-line about this item I have. Please help.

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WOMAN AND CHILD FIGURINES VINTAGE

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PLEASE HELP. I DON'T KNOW HOW OLD THESE ARE, THEY BELONGED TO MY MOTHER. THEY ARE IN EXCELLENT SHAPE. THE WOMAN IS 8" TALL AND THE GIRL IS 4" TALL. THANKS

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PAUL BEAU & CO MONTREAL QUEBEC CANADA

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PLEASE HELP... Brass box with attached lid. Excellent condition. Early 1900's hand crafted by metal craftsman Paul Beau (born 1871-1941) from Montreal, Quebec. Measures 5 2/8 wide x 3" deep x 1 1/4" high. Stamp on bottom circle with Paul Beau & Co.

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Tin container made in England

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Father passed away so I don't know much about it. It says it's made in England. Don't know if it's authentic.

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Gwen,

Your Tin container made in England is estimated between $15 to $25. I have seen a couple of these sell at auction. I don't think they made for any special use just a decorative tin can. I have know of people to use them for tobacco. The average auction price is $20 depending on the condition such as Scratches, fading, dings, dents or tarnish.

Hope this helps,
Thanks,





limoges Vase, presentation from President of Interpol

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8 inch tall Limoges vase. 3 Interpol logos space evenly around upper portion, with dedication " With the compliments of Mr. Khoo Boon Hui President of Interpol". Marked on bottom with Limoges trademark in green and Descholieres logo in black. Absolutely mint, no chips, cracks or flea bites. I

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Coca-cola Clock

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Wm L. Gilbert Clock Co. Coca-cola clock Model No. 3022. Wooden case. Some damage on face (Peeling).Front bottom glass possibly replaced. Have winding key.

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Kristie,
Your Wm L. Gilbert Clock Co. Coca-cola clock is estimated between $200 to $400. I know that may seem like a large gap but everything depends on who is interested and the actual date of your clock.
I did find two clocks just like yours they were made in 1916. One sold for $266.89 and the other for $366.00 2011. I think it was the same clock just two different sellers. The sold dates were about 2 weeks apart.
Below are a couple of other examples:


Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Kristie,
The links didn't post in the first one.
http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-782733/rare-1930s-antique-coca-cola-gilbert-store-regulator-advertising-wall-clock-nr.html
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Japanese photo albums

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Set of 3 photo albums obtained in Japan approximately 1952-1954. Never used. In original box wrapped with Japan newspapers. Unsure of outer materials. Marked Prince on end binding.

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Larkin House Butter Dish

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I was told this was called a butte dish. I am missing the butter knife and the middle plate. Photos show the marking on the bottom of the dish.

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Hi Aimee,

Your butter dish is estimated between $10 to $40. You are missing pieces and that will affect
the price. I don't believe your dish was made by
The Larkin House company established 1875 which was mainly a soap company which in later
years did produce perfumes, spices, coffee, peanut butter, furniture and china. In the 1890's they
started inserting what they called premiums in the packages of soap. This was done to get the
customers to by more soap. I can't make out the manufacturer of the dish it seems to be scratched
up.This dish may have been given to customers or even used in the Larkin House company.

Below are some examples of what a quadruple plate can bring at auction:
http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-100448/pairpoint-silver-quadruple-plate-covered-butter-server.html
http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-176346/antique-new-haven-quadruple-silver-plate-butter-dish.html
http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-191765/victor-silver-company-butter-dish-quadruple-plate-2616.html> http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-191765/victor-silver-company-butter-dish-quadruple-plate-2616.html

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Girl with yellow hat holding basket

Submitted by: Shane
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Have a set of these girls holding basekets. Any help on what these are or where they are from would be much appreciated. Thank you!

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LODGE CAST IRON BIRD DUCK ANDIRONS FIREDOGS

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PLEASE HELP THESE CAST IRON DUCK ANDIRONS FIREDOGS BELONGED TO MY FATHER. I DON'T KNOW HOW OLD THEY ARE BUT THEY ARE IN GOOD CONDITION. THEY MEASURE 14 3/8" HIGHx10 3/4" WIDE x 15 1/2" DEEP. IF ANYONE HAS ANY INFORMATION OR VALUE PLEASE LET ME KNOW.

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Hi Chris,

Your Lodge Cast Iron Bird Duck Andirons Firedogs are estimated between $280 to $340. I have only seen one other “Ducks taking flight amongst the cattails andirons” that sold for $295 in 2014.

I hope this helps,

Thanks,





Seashell motion lamp

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Hi. I am looking for a silver plastic clam shell motion lamp. The revolving shade has fish swimming. Thank you. Terese

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Terese,

Your Clam Shell Motion Lamp is estimated between $30 to $60. They were actually bring more a couple of years ago. I would hold on to it and see if the value increases.

I'm not sure if you looking to sell one or if your looking to buy one.
Thanks,





German Grandfather Clock with open well

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Can you please tell me approximate value of this German Grandfather Clock with open well? I am not sure on the age of the clock, it has been in our family about 30 years and was purchased from an antique dealer. The clock is in excellent working condition. Any information you can provide would be greatly appreciated.

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Hensloldt wetzlar nacht-dialyt 8x56 ww2 binoculars

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PEZ Charlie Brown dispenser

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I have a Charlie Brown PEZ dispenser.He has on a blue ball cap and the dispenser is blue.It is in great condition.No scratches or marks on it.

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Estimated Value submitted by Becky

Hi Maylina, Your PEZ Charlie Brown W/Frown is estimated between $20 to $30.
One sold in 2007 for $20.50. This is said to be a rare one and was discontinued in 1990
Hope this helps
Thanks,





1930s-1940s Ronson Art Deco Lighter and Cigarette holder

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I have a Ronson lighter and cigarette case. From some of the initial research I've done on it, it appears to be a 1940s deco Ronson lighter. I'm hoping you can take a look at the photos attached and give me more information on it.

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marble top dresser

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This is a marble top dresser that belonged to my husband's grandmother. Has original brass pulls and marble top.

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antique cast iron working gas stove

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This is cast iron stove from the late 1800's. It is working. There is no pilot light and does not use wood.

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Cast Iron Gas Stove

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This is a working cast iron gas stove. It has no pilot light and does not burn wood.

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Drop leaf table

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This is a oval drop leaf table, 54" x 43" with both leaves extending. Width is 25" with both leaves down.

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