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THE PHOTOS POSTED HERE ARE FOR MY PERSONAL USE AND THE USE OF COLLECTOR'S WEEKLY ONLY - ALL OTHER ENTITIES ARE "STRICTLY PROHIBITED" FROM USING MY PHOTOGRAPHS OR DESTHE PHOTOS POSTED HERE ARE FOR MY PERSONAL USE AND THE USE OF COLLECTOR'S WEEKLY ONLY - ALL OTHER ENTITIES ARE "STRICTLY PROHIBITED" FROM USING MY PHOTOGRAPHS OR DESCRIPTIONS WITHOUT PRIOR "WRITTEN CONSENT" - ALL VIOLATORS WILL FACE LEGAL RECOURSE WITH NO EXCEPTIONS. (Read more)

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1960 - Family Christmas Photographs (1) - Christmasin Christmas
1960 - Family Christmas Photographs (2) - Christmasin Christmas
1995 - Canada Proof-Like Coins Set - World Coinsin World Coins
1986 - Canada Proof-Like Coins Set - World Coinsin World Coins
1968 - U.S. Mint Coins Set - US Coinsin US Coins
2002 - U.S. "State Quarters" Mint Set - US Coinsin US Coins
Green Glass Bubble Pattern Creamer & Sugar Bowl  - Glasswarein Glassware
Blue Glass Custard Cups - Glasswarein Glassware
Christmas Tin - "I Wish I Were A Teddy Bear" - Christmasin Christmas
Christmas Tin - Poinsettias - Christmasin Christmas

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  1. These photos are accumulated from my grandparents albums, both paternal and maternal. - I found out my mom kept a lot when she moved to live with my sister. The family creche (old, old German one) and...
  2. What bothers me is people that intentionally look for some kind of symbolism in anything they see and associate it to a regime that barely marked a 10 year period in history. I am also curious to why ...
  3. It is transferware - the Micratex name wasn't introduced until 1963 and your back stamp also shows "member of the Wedgewood group" which came about circa 1966.
  4. What is the date (year) on the receipt?
  5. Well, it says the brand name was sold to Proctor & Gamble in the mid-20's who continued to use the brand for several years - but your crate still retains a portion of the paper label with the Summit C...
  6. First established in the year 1877, Summit City Soap Works became a very profitable business, especially with the introduction of their latest and greatest product, Rub-No-More Washing Powder. After s...
  7. http://camerapedia.wikia.com/wiki/Semi_Dak
  8. No blunder, not friends - she is a "known artist" so her bio is on the internet. I have no opinion on the piece other than it is "not ugly".
  9. S. Kirk & Son FIRST used the word STERLING in 1914. "S. KIRK & SON" has been used TWICE in the companies history...1868-1896 and again 1932-1979. If you see the word STERLING and the hallmark S. K...
  10. Here's one on the "bay" - asking price is crazy outrageous; http://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-Souvenir-Of-Germany-Aluminum-Lighter-With-4-Wheels-Art-Deco-/400676026806?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item5d...
  11. Add more pictures
  12. Search "vintage mccoy clown in a barrel cookie jar" - there are several posted and you can base your value on those asking prices.
  13. The Griffon Cutlery Works was founded in 1888 by Albert L. Silberstein (1866-?). They manufactured razors, nail files and a great many types of scissors, including (as the signs say) pinking shears, n...
  14. My first guess would be it's a "Mateus" wine bottle
  15. Oh - my eyes are getting bad - Here's one with a different print but it does say circa 1900-1910 - https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/186168846/very-pretty-antique-enamel-table-top
  16. This may be the ship pictured on the side http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SMS_Frauenlob
  17. Here's your matching compact http://wanelo.com/p/17451380/powder-compact-stratton-powder-compact-stratton-mirror-mirror-compact-gold-compact-compact-mirror-gold-1980s
  18. Here's my Stratton "Lip View" http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/126663-1960s--stratton-lipstick-holder--mirr?in=collection-2779
  19. Search "antique high back jacobean style hall chair"
  20. This is really pretty :)
  21. I believe it is called "decal decorated" or "applied decal decorated" - different from "transferware" because it is over the glaze - I love the portrait of the girls.
  22. It's for a non-adjustable belt - the belt end piece would have a slot that would fit over the hook side of the buckle.
  23. Can you reapply a larger photo for #1 ?
  24. It looks like a "generic (not a specific model)" antique car but I think that is an ashtray?
  25. I believe that says "Chris"
  26. You're welcome - he is adorable as you said
  27. http://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/vintage-1950s-algy-ideal-toy-251691547
  28. ALGY Bear - here's a different one posted here; http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/15498-my-algy-bear-was-a-christmas-present-in
  29. Just to clarify further - the logo was used as early as 1897 - it wasn't registered as a trademark until 1909. - Either way, your skillet is dated between 1897-1920 by the logo information and I can f...
  30. Italicized (slant) Griswold in large cross surrounded by double circles with "Erie" in straight block letters below. Some sources say this logo was used as early as 1897, while others say it was regis...
  31. One of these was posted a couple days ago - I have one too with different handle my mom brought over from Germany. It is for tea leaves and you just put it in hot water to steep. - http://www.collecto...
  32. The write-up I did said that Heinz just made up the number 57 just because he liked the way it sounded. Your ad is from 1924, but I counted the ones shown in my ad and there are 60 shown? - I just fou...
  33. I like these ads from the "big magazines" - they are almost poster size.
  34. No, I paid nothing for mine but it is not framed either. - I actually used this to identify a lot of bottles I dug up. They are very distinct designs and although I knew they were Heinz because of the...
  35. I have a 1933 2-page Heinz ad I will post.
  36. Thank you Sean - Merry Christmas to you too!!!!
  37. The bottle would have also had a paper label and the screw-on cap would have been blue with white print. The P in a circle mark on the bottom is for Pierce Glass Company, Port Allegany, Pennsylvania (...
  38. http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/52611-ralph-nader?in=575
  39. You cannot date this based on the trademark date; - commercial aviation really did not "get off the ground" until after WWII (late 40's) - the red tax stamp over the top was used from 1945 to about 1...
  40. Have same thing but with not so ornate handle my mom brought over from Germany - it is nickel-plated brass, probably 1940's-1950's
  41. Embossed on the bottoms with just "Javex" ?? No other symbols or numbers?
  42. Javex is of course a brand of bleach currently owned by Clorox - are there any marks or embossed numbers on the bottoms? - scan them if possible.
  43. Note the "fingertip adjustable flame" swing-open mechanism on the bottom
  44. http://www.toledo-bend.com/VCL/showad.asp?name=Ronson%201973&item=ad_Ronson_1973
  45. It may be Church Bank Works, Tunstall, Stoke on Trent Pottery. - I found the crowned harp emblem attributed to Ralph Hammersley who operated at the Works from 1860-1883 and the E & H may be Eardley & ...
  46. http://www.curiosityconsignment.com/products/vintage-ornate-birdseye-formal-silverware-chest
  47. Ronson Varaflame - gold plated
  48. A graded gem mint example of the correct Ken Griffey, Jr. card sells for $200-300 - unable to give an estimate of what this misprint error would bring in as there is simply nothing to compare it to.
  49. PSA regular service fee for a single card (any card with a declared value of under $500) is $17 and is done in 10 business days - Here is a link to their fees; http://www.psacard.com/Fees/ And I agr...
  50. http://www.bidami.com/Auctions/AuctionItem?AuctionId=38856&t=&p=0
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