Reply to: Epiphone sobe promo electric guitar
i k now it has been a while but do u still have the guitar?
Reply to: Gorham Sterling 1190 Candle Holders
have you got these appraised? and if so how much are they worth? I have a pair of the same ones...thanks!
Reply to: Purse
Nossa missão é conectar você com as melhores casas de apostas on-line de todo o mundo.
Reply to: TRANSFERWARE POTTERY VANITY JAR WITH GREEK DESIGN
any luck with finding anything more about this item. i have the same dish/jar in blue. my searches have only come up with your post.
i, for now feel that it is a vanity powder bowl as it still has a powder odor when opened
Reply to: vintage round bed with headboard
will you sell just the headboard and where are you located
Reply to: General Sherman Bust
Based on the images and the description of the color inside it , this bust was cast of "Spelter" a zinc alloy that was often used in blace of bronze( far cheaper) and then given a bronze finish. Inmany cases this bronze finish was not very durable and wore off with repeated polishing. Most Civil War Busts date from the turn of the 19th century through the 1920's and were sold during anniversary dates of major battles, births and deaths of famous Generals etc. At auction comparable busts generally sell for under $200.00.
Reply to: Eyebaths
I am hoping to find out the value of this collection.
Reply to: Flying Cloud
These are not that old or valuable. Turner Wall Art was made by the Turner Manufacturing Company. The company was based in Chicago and mass produced a wide variety of modestly priced decorative items until they went out of business in the the 1970's. At auction shadow boxes by them often sell for under $100.00.
Reply to: Antique Military Knife and Sheath
It does not match any knife used by any military that I've seen, it almost looks like it's made of cast aluminum. It looks like a movie /stage prop to me, as for age impossible to determine.
Reply to: 1748 dated silver jar
It's pewter, the older examples will have what's called a "touchmark" that can indicate a maker and quality of the pewter. The 95% marking is an indicator that the pewter used to make it is higher quality , being only 5% lead.