I have been unable to get the photos to work, hopefully you can give me some ideas anyway?
The lantern is V shaped on the back with a hanger on the left side (like it would fit into a corner). The top is like a little chimney with a tab that locks the top. This also has a handle attached. The front has a concave with a concave blue glass light on the front. There is a little oil lamp inside that fits into a sliding track so it won't spill. There is a little wheel that turns up the wick.
To hold the top on there is a copper screw that fits into the top.
My mother in law played this harp for years and it could have been her mothers for sometime before 1917 not sure. Both are deceased now. There are pictures of her playing it. I'm having trouble adding pictures to this box.
These are two figurines, male and female dressed in victorian style or earlier? Not really sure, maybe outlined in gold, not sure about that either. Not sure if the pics are coming through. When clicking browse, nothing happens.
A25 inch candlabra with the marking 800 C.Frey & Sohne on the base. On the interior of the stick is the letter "L" written in script. Thre are 7 holders for candles. Each holder is removable from the branc and all the barances can be removed in one piece from the trunk.
This alblum has metal pictures in it. Pictures date back to 1894-98 and 1870's we believe. This alblum was a gift from my father from a relative of John Quincey Adams. Brass pictures we believe. Cover has brass with possible siver inlays with fancy writing that says alblum and a brass with silver rose in the upper right corner and and brass latch to secure it. All pages have a golden edge and the page is 1/4 " thick. and there are 16 pages.