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Colored Lithograph J. Hakewill Drawings JMW Turner Bologna Strada Maggiore Worth Repairing?  - Visual Artin Visual Art
Old Lithograph/Engraving Artist Rendering Of Early Lwow, Poland-Hometown Of Biochemist Dr. Thaddeus Mann - Visual Artin Visual Art
Weird looking 4 inch tall sculpture-strange man on strange horse? Possibly Egyptian -solid silver? - Figurinesin Figurines
Murano Amber Glass Vase With Embedded Gold And Copper Aventurine And Swirl Pattern - Glasswarein Glassware
Russian Decanter? - Bottlesin Bottles
Antique Garden/Lawn Statuary/Statues/Figurines - Christmasin Christmas
Metaxa Collectible Plate For Manto Imported Greek Liqueur - China and Dinnerwarein China and Dinnerw…
Clown Painting - Visual Artin Visual Art
Japanese Tea Set or Chocolate Pot Set? - Asianin Asian

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  1. Thank you Sean68.
  2. Please see updated information.
  3. Thanks for the love surfdubb66.
  4. Thanks for the love blunderbuss2.
  5. Thanks for the love Sean68.
  6. Thanks for the loves ho2cultcha and fortapache.
  7. I have a similar screen (byobu) and I was told years ago that it was an export item from the 1950's. Same red stamp. Never could figure out the words.
  8. Bobby725 thanks for leading me in the South American direction. This piece is a Peruvian museum replica from Alva Studios.
  9. Thanks for the loves everyone.
  10. Thank you Alan2310. Unfortunately, I can't get a picture of the writing - I can barely see it. I've tried the ash trick but it is just too faint and light. I'm still not sure if what I can see is r...
  11. Thanks Sean and Caperkid. I've never come across something like this. The entire sheet measure 7.5" x 10" and the actual print that is either stamped or impressed into the paper is 4" x 5" inches.
  12. Thank you Nicefice.
  13. Thanks for the comment racer4four - it is very primitive looking but it is very detailed-especially the back end of the animal - lol.
  14. bobby725 - I'm really laughing now!!
  15. I have one of those dolls too. Yes, mass produced - mine is from the 1980's. They are still beautiful and many are well crafted.
  16. The story cracked me up.
  17. Thanks for the love and comments.
  18. Thanks Sean.
  19. You have some really gorgeous and precious items. I absolutely love this.
  20. Thanks Inky - and thanks everyone for the love.
  21. This vase has been attributed to glass made in Murano, Italy. Thanks everyone for the loves.
  22. Beautiful!
  23. Thank you for the loves.
  24. The figure is approximately 11.5 inches tall.
  25. Thanks everyone for the love. Thank you for the information ho2cultcha you gave me another search keyword.
  26. I posted a picture of this same plate about 2 weeks ago. At least we know that there are 2 people with this plate. My plate is #1432. I haven't been able to find any other information other than th...
  27. Thanks for the love.
  28. Thanks for the love Sean68.
  29. Wow - such a beautiful treasure.
  30. Your post was hilarious. I actually have a problem with an old piece that was passed on to me. It is actually quite innocuous looking and resembles a large locket until you open it. Oh the surpris...
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