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Collecting since 1973! Anything and Everything!! rer1@sympatico.ca


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  1. The R.P. before the Author's name means "Reverend Pere" (father). By all means you can upload some of your religious items here at CW and we'll try to help you. vetraio50 is very knowledgeable in all ...
  2. Thank you alison64! Glad to know about the green mark and pattern# info. Bob
  3. Thank you alison64! Why is there a 101 on them and was green a colour used by RW in their marks? Bob
  4. Thank you katherinescollections for the comments and love and thank you antiquerose and roycroftbooksfromme1 for the love. RER(Bob)
  5. Thank you valentino97 for the research you did and the info. We have had many 1950's copper pieces over the years and I'm pretty sure that this bracelet is Brass and not copper. You can contact me by ...
  6. Thank you Moonstonelover21, shareurpassion, valentino97, inky and kivatinitz for the comments and love and vetraio50, kyratango, mikelv85, racer4four and SEAN68 for the loves. RER(Bob)
  7. Thank you Lee! Would you clean it? BOB
  8. It's very difficult to say that the shade is original to the lamp. The 5" shade holder looks like it was original to the lamp so why not the shade. Speaking of this shade, she is a BEAUTY and the etc...
  9. Thank you veryone for the loves. Bob
  10. Thank you everyone for the loves. Bob
  11. Thanks for the info rucklczglass. Bob
  12. Hi rucklezglass! That's ok, you can use any of my photo uploads. Bob
  13. I can't get over how the people back then looked so much like people we see around today. RER
  14. rucklczglass! I meant to write Vase as shown and not a bowl. The description is with the link that I included above. I wonder if spatter that is covered in a clear layer like this bowl and my vase, (s...
  15. Hi sklo42! Love this bowl! The colours and treatment is exactly like my Knuckle bowl that I listed this spring. It has an etched CZECHOSLOVAKIA mark underneath. BOB http://www.collectorsweekly.com/st...
  16. Could also be an Andiron decoration. RER
  17. Why a Soldier? I think it could have been on top of a Cooking Stove many years ago. RER
  18. Hugo Schneider, Leipzig, E. Germany (Saxony) made late 19th century. RER
  19. It's a factory made piece so there are other examples out there. I have seen that label on other furniture offered at Auctions in Ontario, Canada but I never looked-up the manufacturer. I'd contact so...
  20. The one on the left is quite new circa 1970+ (made S.E.Asia but the other lamp is Very old and dates 1860's. It was made probably by New England Glass Company and is called Bulseye and Fleur-de-lis. R...
  21. Are you looking for info. on the maker? everything else is there......a fine Walnut Sewing Cabinet of the 1940's. RER(BOB)
  22. That should be in .833 Silver.
  23. It's an Egyptian 10 Piastres coin in .83 Silver dated 1937-39. RER
  24. Hi! I would use Vaseline. Smear it over the rust spots or all-over and leave on for a few hours. Use a soft cloth to wipe the non-rust areas and a stiffer cloth for the rust areas. Redo on the rust if...
  25. Thank you racer4four and Rick55 for the loves. RER(BOB)
  26. There are some great Basic books written by Catherine Thuro on Oil Lamps and they usually come up for sale regularly on eBay. Being a member of a Collector's society that researches oil Lamp especiall...
  27. Hi Jeannette! It's a very ornate and beautiful hanging lamp or as some people call them "Library" lamps. Sometimes, the metal components of the lamps are marked or the thumbwhell or the filler cap but...
  28. I've been a collector of Oil Lamps since 1973 and I have personally handled thousands. I belong to the Historical Lighting Society of Canada since the early 1980's. There is no protocal per say here a...
  29. The metal base with internal painted stem one dates 1890's and the other one (it has been reproduced) looks original and would date 1870-80's. You can't use the burners to date oil Lamps since they w...
  30. Thank you vetraio50 for the love. RER(BOB)
  31. Thanks robin56! I did and couldn't find anything like this mark. Thank you aghcollect, vetraio50 and mikelv85 for the loves. RER(BOB)
  32. Thank you aghcollect, vetraio50, mikelv85 and robin56 for the loves. RER(BOB)
  33. Than you tigerchips! They certainly could be! RER
  34. Smoker Ashtrays always have holes to allow smoke to escape from the inside of the mouth so yes, it could be dual purpose if some of the holes are not used by matches. Maybe just a Crown of matches wou...
  35. Kevin! Would the holes on top of the head allow smoke to escape from the mouth? If so, I would think that it is more a "Smoker Ashtray" than a match holder. The open mouth suggests that. The shafer & ...
  36. L.E. Smith Glass Company of Mount Pleasant, PA made a lot of this "Black Amethyst" Glass with Silver Banding. They called it simply "Black" glass but collectors call it Black Amethyst glass because of...
  37. It's just a factory #. Many companies made similar "Chiefs" bookends in the 1920-30's and marked them with their production numbers. BOB
  38. It actually dates 1929 and the Native American Chief was the most popular theme used for Bookends in the USA. Are there markings on the back? RER
  39. Pretty sure that it's a Bookend and not a Doorstop. I have a pair of these "Chiefs" bookends somewhere in my storage room. RER (BOB)
  40. Thank you artdecogirl for the love. RER(BOB)
  41. Offer it to Tiger...he needs all the putting help he can get...lol
  42. Can you imagine what's on the Roll of Film after 50 years.....should be interesting. RER
  43. The first one (green) is Satin Glass and has a GREEK KEY pattern on the shoulder. I can't see the collar too well so dating is more difficult. If it is the lamp I am thinking of, the date would be ear...
  44. I love these Knuckle Vases and this one is a "Beauty". RER(BOB)
  45. Alan! Don't take it from me but go to eBay and enter TELEFLORA Vase in the Search section and you will see many of these vases in many colours. Many of the listings claim it was made in China. RER
  46. Thank you Gillian for the love. RER(BOB)
  47. Not sure but possibly Rindskopf.....has that iridescence and colour. RER(BOB)
  48. Thank you Moonstonelover21 and Newtimes for the love. Bob
  49. I really don't think that it is unique since it held a Liquor and would have been sold throughout Europe. I like the Graphics on the front.......I have no idea on value. BOB
  50. I think all you need for info. is there, Brand, Maker, Date is after WW2 when Germany was split into sections and before the fall of the Berlin wall. RER
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