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Orlando

Me and my wife love to garage sales, hit flea markets and auctions. We love to collect victorian glass especially Jack in the Pulpits. We also love Native AmericanMe and my wife love to garage sales, hit flea markets and auctions. We love to collect victorian glass especially Jack in the Pulpits. We also love Native American Jewelry and sterling and anything antique and old or that grandma would have left that you don't want. (Read more)

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Old Oil Painting  - Victorian Erain Victorian Era
Loetz Medici Vase   - Art Glassin Art Glass
Great collection of Vintage Costume Brooches - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
Brass Japanese Ship Map Weight?  Can anyone read the bottom?   - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
Harrach? Enameled Uranium Peach Satin Vase   - Art Glassin Art Glass
Ivory Buddha   - Asianin Asian
Photos of Union Soldier and Baby - Photographsin Photographs
Glass Plate Negatives Teddy Roosevelt?   - Photographsin Photographs
1800's Copper Engraved Wood Printing Blocks - Officein Office
Three of Snow White's Seven Dwarfs in Vintage Wood Carvings from A.B. Stockholm - Advertisingin Advertising

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  1. That is beautiful....
  2. Can you get a good picture of the bottom?
  3. Thank you for the loves racer, tom and glue
  4. Thank you for the loves Czechman and Lundy....Talked to an art expert today and he said it would be a hard draw to say Rodin took any influence from this painting without some hard facts like a letter...
  5. Beautiful colors on the smaller vase
  6. My guess would be Francis Littlechief. There is one in Wasilla Alaska, but couldn't really find any information or other paintings by them.
  7. Thank you for the information KS85....I believe mine is around 7 1/2'' tall. Thank you for the love....
  8. Thank you Steve and Austro....
  9. Beautiful piece....you have very nice pieces...
  10. Thank you Michelleboo7
  11. Thank you for the loves Davyd286, Verontique, Valentino and Vetraio....
  12. Thanks for the love colori...you have some beautiful pieces also...
  13. Thanks for the loves Famatta, Manikin and fishiowa....
  14. Thanks for the love Leah....
  15. Thank you Czechman and Inky.... From further research, it appears that it is Russian Green? I guess that this is also part of the Phaenomem Genre 2/484? I was looking at the Loetz site.
  16. Thanks for the loves Czechman, Moonstone, Cogito and Vetraio, I am heading to bed....
  17. Thanks Cogito....made my day :-)
  18. Wow that is beautiful love it...
  19. thank you mackay...yes, champagne glass neat old piece....thanks for the loves mackay, amber and manikin
  20. Thanks for the loves on this piece Vansky, Nutsa, manikin, Blunder and Ron...
  21. thank you Scott...
  22. Don't be disappointed Ibanez lawsuit guitars still carry some value and are well made guitars and play great...headstock clearly looks Gibson and the neck and headstock may have been changed out to ma...
  23. Thanks Sean, geo, manikin and fluffy for the loves....
  24. thanks for the loves sean, geo and dr fluffy...
  25. Thank you so much George....and thanks for all the loves on this piece...
  26. thanks for all the loves....agh, vetraio, czechman, smiata, ho2, ks
  27. Nice Repousse basket. Appears to be silver plate where the plate has worn off. Ca 30's to the 50's.
  28. Alpaca is a silver on copper and zinc....it is silver plate basically. The stone is abalone...
  29. I know you said there are no markings...on the back side of the peghead there should be serial numbers if a Gibson. It definitely looks like a Custom neck, the bell however, would normally have Custo...
  30. thanks Moonstone...you should see all the vintage brooches I will be auctioning next week...about 50 all from around the 40's and 50's....
  31. Thanks Amber...
  32. Thanks for the love Blunderbuss and Deanteaks
  33. Hey Jim, yes I agree African Elephant on this one. The yellowish coloring, it isn't clay white. Wow, thank you for the information on the Hotei. Yes, he does have a sack hanging down on his back. T...
  34. thanks for the love agh...
  35. This is elephant tusks, they are greater then 90 degrees. If they are less then 90 degrees, they would be mammoth tusks. Actually, one of the most accurate ways to determine ivory pieces as that is ...
  36. I am certain that it is ivory. What you see on the bottom is the Schreger lines. The piece is totally carved...thanks for looking any idea on the carver?
  37. I recognized the tagging as Woody's Auction I believe...
  38. thanks for the love mikko..
  39. thanks for the love moonstone...
  40. thanks for the love pops
  41. Thank you for the love ozmarty..
  42. thank you for the love truth
  43. Thanks for the love truth...
  44. Great breakdown Vetraio....enjoyed reading the information....great painting..
  45. This set was made by Saart Brothers. They started in 1906 and are still in business. From the look, they appear to be from the 20's 30's.
  46. Thank you Truthisanarrow....Mom loves it on her table...
  47. A cigar canister very possible. Do you see any markings on the piece? Most sterling will be marked. I think the Lois Hill you are seeing in jewelry is incidental as it appears this canister is much...
  48. Beautiful piece of glass...
  49. Maybe Steiff Mickey Mouse...?
  50. Thanks for the love Vetraio
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