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  1. You might do better piecing it out or trying an auction house. Maybe even best to try to work with an high end antique dealer who might be able to get you some leads. Here is 1 example of a simil...
  2. Thanks for the love guys and girls.....This is finally sitting in my office. Its the only piece furniture my cat hates.
  3. Oh Thanks for the love... packrat
  4. Thanks Bellin......I'm pretty sure the duck is gonna help me clean the pool out tomorrow
  5. I assume once they figured out it was a vitrolite tile, the rest was easy for them. I typed in etched vitrolite panel and one of the first things that came up was an etched owl in vitrolite. It advert...
  6. Lion (.925 silver) with the crown would be Sheffield, England. Interesting fact I found by taking a quick look Wallace silversmith makes the identical tea sippers. Wallace is an American manufact...
  7. This store has some that seem to be fairly close okstore.la/gallery.php?id=127 I ll take a photo of the stone ones tomorrow. It is the replica of Daibutsu in Kamakura, which seem to be fairly pop...
  8. I have two of the same exact Buddha's made of stone in my garden. The stone ones are fairly popular. The iron ones you can pick up in some stores still. Their pretty much just replica's of the Great...
  9. Its made by Daniel & Arter There is a lot of their pieces for sale on the web. You should be able to pull the rest of the info you need fairly easy.
  10. You see this video of it in action....pretty cool http://youtu.be/xkJxK8vwIHM
  11. same page....nice
  12. Kind of resemble Brunswick bowling alley seats.
  13. That place is a gold mine
  14. Never seen these before, love the molds and display. A basic concept done so well. How about a night display pic?
  15. In the 1950s baker introduced these style chairs. Its hard to say when they were manufactured. Their collection is fairy extensive to say the least. Baker today is still producing high end American fu...
  16. Its an Ib kofod larsen. You will find them with and without slide casters. Also their is rocking chair version. Even with a good re-upholstery they still hold good value. You can replace the sl...
  17. should say of the boat...not or the boat
  18. In the catolog picture or the boat it is marketed with a evinrude. Does the dash have original instruments? Website for crestliner I found retrocrestliner.com.....They have a forum on the home...
  19. Nice find You can always have the windshield made. Their are a few company's who specialize in marine windshields. If your looking to restore it, I would focus on the deck. What does the deck flo...
  20. It just a patterned rolling pin used for pastries. Pretty common. My mom used hers for art and crafts with the kids.....she isnt much a baker.
  21. It seems that P is an R RLB- Robert Lunt Bowlen http://www.google.com/imgres?hl=en&client=firefox-a&hs=xXL&sa=X&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&biw=979&bih=477&tbm=isch&prmd=imvns&tbnid=_Ke8X84dw...
  22. Look up Gilbert Rohde....He was one of the pioneers of American modern designs. He used a lot of metals and his designs for the most part are stunning. If this is actually one his lamps.....we...
  23. They were called cocktail cabinets. They were big in the late 70s early 80. Some had multiple games on them. Space invaders was extremely popular. I would look up Jatre cocktail cabinet or sit down...
  24. Nice Vetraio50 So the what we thought was an (A) the last mark is actually a boujet. The middle mark is a lower case (a) I learned a lot with this ring. I think i have British Hallmarks down. ...
  25. Just messing around with the hallmark wizard. It seems that... 14 .585 mark would have been hallmarked prior to 1974. If you noticed the box around the .585 on your ring is inverted on one side. Th...
  26. Yea I still cant make out the marks clearly..Is the middle symbol a open circle with a line under it. If so can you describe the others
  27. What are the marks next to .585?
  28. Ya...I just noticed its singer on a D&D.....It was late. Well at least we found the stand
  29. that didnt work Just paste this http://ebay.co.ua/catalog/show/180827403164/ remember it's the 3rd photo
  30. This be you sewing machine...the 3rd photo. Also I seen a small print on another page that talks about early 19th century D&D sewing machine commercial. That's all it says http://i.ebayimg.com/00/...
  31. Literally one of the most scariest images i have seen on this site. So disturbing...lol. I think if she find a new body and lays off the booze she'll be fine.
  32. So if you type that in goggle you will see it with the carbon rod. So its from 1890...I was good 20 years off. It was in a little shop in Red Hook. It was priced close to 2k. Im From North J...
  33. Does the single garage open from both sides? I just want a second garage! House is beautiful..the off set garage really gives it the perfect foursquare feel. In my old neighborhood there were a...
  34. Even Better This is an old (early 20th century)streetlight lamp. Just type in Ceramic Body radial wave lamp. I seen almost the exact one in a Brooklyn shop once.... not cheap to say the least....
  35. thanks mrmaj. and sign
  36. That should say nothing unless by the cross or nothing except by the cross
  37. I It means nothing unless by the cross or nothing, nothing except by the cross there are few translations with the same meaning. nil nisi cruce is the common. nihil nisi cruce was another br...
  38. I had to look up white pine and spruce balsam compound....seems like it was some sort of magical cough syrup from 1915. Sounds yummy
  39. The meter was used back in the 20s to test radio batteries....very cool. I have one somewhere...usually they have the maker on the front. Mine is made by Ever ready co.
  40. Look up American Victorian sofa
  41. Thanks Bootson....that was like hitting the easy button. thanks or the love guys.
  42. I was wandering if this is the same example of the book I posted it the other day. It was my grandfathers. It starts from training camp and goes through the end of the war. Also has a list of the fa...
  43. I actually read that the other day after I posted. I think it was on a forum.
  44. Thanks guys Yea, all I was able to come up with was that it was swiss made. I looked through the Bayonet survey online and couldn't find those numbers though. No clue how Gramps obtained it over the...
  45. We actually made oven claws shaped like rabbits in school. The ear is its claw. My pop still has mine above his stove. If I had to make this in school i would of butchered it.
  46. You can get an a appraisal at antique stove heaven. Their is a big vary in price for stoves. Restoration looks wrong on this though. Also is it working, are all the guts there.
  47. I wonder if lz11 is the marking Shlumberger gave it. The zeppelins which were designed by the Germans and used in WW1.....were given initial lz#. LZ11 was called the Viktoria Luise. Just looked tha...
  48. Don't know much about clocks.....but this one is awesome. Definitely French for Africa and Asia.
  49. I love the small teardrops....nice buy. Dont think you paid that much over the price considering it was restored and your location. Shipping from the states would made up for it
  50. Yea the 1837 is the year they started. Its one of their ongoing lines. Its a very nice gift
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