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A Look at the Noruko Method of Kokeshi Doll-making. - Dollsin Dolls
Re: What The Hell is This For Sean - Moviesin Movies
Bossons Wall Art Repair or Fun With A Mr. Sharpie 
Hot Water Urn  - Kitchenin Kitchen
Trick Coin Machined From Two Coins - US Coinsin US Coins

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  1. It's new, still made today. They didn't have CD Players in 1940's... T A
  2. http://garibaldiarts.com/garibaldi-live/about-rh/ T A
  3. Happy to help; welcome to CW! T A
  4. The bottom can be most telling. Real is made of clay pottery, not white ceramics or porcelain. The gold paint would be mellowed and not mirror like. T A
  5. http://www.powerstream.com/mystery-battery.htm T A
  6. It was a battery. T A
  7. Happy to help. T A
  8. CCCP=USSR. KYROB=KRUTOV. Krutov was an Olympic gold winning player. Plenty online about him. T A
  9. Maybe a floor drain cover, the "C" being the company or building name. Ideally under a down spout at the sidewalk areas. T A
  10. It's a clockwork spit turner, a jack roaster; turns the meat so it cooks evenly over a hearth. T A
  11. Silent butler crumb catcher and brush. I say polish it... T A
  12. The Paul Greenhill Collection identified as a Majesty Telephone, circa 1970. T A
  13. http://www.wildwinds.com/coins/SE/SE3427.html Doesn't look like one. Maybe a lesser coin, perhaps a crown? T A
  14. Rolling blotter. T A
  15. If you look closely, you will see that a clear glass bowl has had the colored glass glued to it. T A
  16. In the 1960'-70's it was common to see oversized coins sold as drink coasters. I would think these represent cash pieces and are ment to be used in the same way. T A
  17. Alabaster. T A
  18. You're welcome! T A
  19. The Tefillin. See: http://www.judaica-guide.com/tefillin/ T A
  20. Happy to help, T A
  21. http://www.walk-street.com/goods-38340380534-+bone+china+tableware+cutlery+wholesale+gold+cutlery+factory+outlet.html The only sites I find with similar style always has Mandarin characters in the ...
  22. Well if it's counterfeit then it isn't a deal; if you can't tell if it's real or fake, I would recommend that you pass on this offer. T A
  23. http://www.liveauctioneers.com/item/29964820_2-pc-mckee-glass-co-jeanette-pa-1896-glass-beverage T A
  24. http://www.rosenthal.de/en/shop/brands/versace-1-en/dining-collections-2-en/medusa-1-en/ T A
  25. This is a Batik printing block. https://www.etsy.com/listing/219035990/brass-hand-stamping-batik-block-fabric? T A
  26. The Rosenthal Versace Medusa red by Gianni Versace. T A
  27. Happy to help, T A
  28. A Distelfink. The bird is a Distelfink. T A
  29. These are Hex Signs, a Pennsylvania Dutch (German) tradition. Each has a meaning, to bring good luck for example. T A
  30. He's a tiny url of above link: http://tinyurl.com/lfqago6 T A
  31. Modeled after this: http://www.greeceancientmodern.com/porchofmaidens.html Most likely resins and marble dust. T A
  32. Roses in this style were used in Heraldry in Great Britain and Germany, as well as other lands for thousands of years. An example: http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rose_(heraldry) Gothic or Tudor ...
  33. Just a possible minor correction, it is not cedar, but camphor wood, used in Asia for the same reason as cedar. https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/236x/0a/8f/7e/0a8f7efef0763f8ef958639db59b9375.j...
  34. It's lovely! Enjoy it when you take it off the bench. T A
  35. Here is an example showing the engraving still done today: http://www.hilocalhawaiian.com/u_file/pro/2012/10_03/2012100305210694080.jpg Purely for stylistical assessment. T A
  36. The engraving being a matter of taste, one can pay more and have the plain piece embellished. The originals were English mourning jewelry as worn by Queen Victoria as seen by the King and Queen of Haw...
  37. Always a pleasure Shareurpassion, nice to see you too. T A
  38. http://www.hawaiigoldjewelry.com/dimages/06683/m0895.jpg Perhaps... T A
  39. OK, now see post #1. T A
  40. Always nice to see you Mike. Here: http://www.sciencebuzz.org/museum/object/2003_06_java_keris T A
  41. These were usually given to the all the young ladies of a high school graduation by a local Lane dealer. T A
  42. Happy to help Eric! T A
  43. http://www.benning.army.mil/armor/194th/ T A
  44. I think you are correct. In this style: http://www.artfire.com/uploads/product/6/56/89056/5889056/5889056/large/dyrberg_kern_denmark_stretch_bracelet_bold_black_plastic_ovals_pre-own_51885ae3.jpg ...
  45. Suet blocks are most welcomed by the Woody's. T A
  46. Here you go: http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Great_Wave_off_Kanagawa T A
  47. And I appreciate that you are open minded. Some people get bent out of shape when having a discussion about their piece. Colonialism may also play a part. Local woodworkers are shown a photo and as...
  48. Just my take:No doubt the accents are hand carved. But they show signs of being rushed, as in production line pieces, not an old world craftspeople. The top, most likely wasn't even made in the cou...
  49. You're welcome Auto12. T A
  50. Similar style pipe in action: http://youtu.be/ui442IDw16o T A
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