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Posted 3 years ago

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spriteboy42
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The first I believe to be a 1920s piece. Marked sterling silver on the back, this fob depicts two bull dogs. The second fob I think is 1930s. Made of brass, it's only side shows a Coca-Cola bottle. Value for both pieces are unknown, can anyone help me out?

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  1. Daddy_Nobucks Daddy_Nobucks, 3 years ago
    This is one of the things that makes CW such a great website. Where else can you find experts sharing this kind of extensive info and research to the benefit of all collectors? I ask you: Where else? Nowhere else. Amazing, Good Stuff, Gents. A pleasure to watch you wield your knowledge like Samurais and swords. OK, so maybe I'm getting a little carried away... but you get the idea, thanks.
  2. spriteboy42 spriteboy42, 3 years ago
    Thanks everyone. Wouldn't have guessed! Good thing I didn't pay much.
  3. coke.trevor.cola coke.trevor.cola, 3 years ago
    LOL Ray! so just wondering do they use any silver in the fakes or no?
  4. coke.trevor.cola coke.trevor.cola, 3 years ago
    Oh okay thanks for the info kevin, any idea how much silver they put in the fakes? if theres a decent amount wouldnt the fakes be worth melting? this way your getting rid of the fakes and still making money at the same time :) btw when i said lol Ray i was talking to TGBWC , found his comment funny.
  5. coke.trevor.cola coke.trevor.cola, 3 years ago
    Okay i used to collect coins, so i know abit about silver and its value, your telling me if they did use .925 silver in these they only worth 20$ melt? i use to buy silver dollars all the time and they melt for that and they only contain .800 silver (please keep in mind im canadian so im referring to canadian currency i know US had more silver in theirs) so really it comes down to weight ( which it always does when you talking silver/gold) any idea how much these fakes usually weigh?? by looking at the picture i was thinking they weighed more than a silver dollar, so should melt for more. i could care less about saving the fakes, i think they are horrible to start with and they should have never been made, melting them is what everyone should do if they come across one. This way theres one less fake out there!
  6. Manikin Manikin, 3 years ago
    Wow guys thanks for all the info on fakes . We can all learn from that . What a shame but it happens with Antique too :-( I guess it all boils down to study what you are buying . They are neat fobs if a person can't afford the real thing but should be listed as reproductions of originals and new .

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