scottvez

Buy, sell and collect antique photographs and militaria. Contact me at vezeaus AT hotmail

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Native American "Sub Chief" carte de visite - Photographsin Photographs
Native American "War Chief" CDV - Photographsin Photographs
Trio of WW2 Trench art planes - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
RPPC of Fire Pumper in a parade - Photographsin Photographs
Conjoined lambs cabinet card - Photographsin Photographs
Tintype of girl holding a sleeping kitten - Photographsin Photographs
Trench art/ Sweetheart jewelry pin from WW2 - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
RPPC of Headhunter with his trophy skulls - Photographsin Photographs
HE REALLY LOVES THE DOG... and his daughter - Animalsin Animals
Occupational cabinet card of photographic touch up artist - Photographsin Photographs

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  1. Thanks aim and gems. scott
  2. Thanks for looking battlegear! scott
  3. Thanks for looking battlegear! scott
  4. Thanks for looking battlegear! scott
  5. Thanks for looking battlegear! scott
  6. Thanks for looking rose. scott
  7. Thanks gracay-- you must work at hobby lobby! scott
  8. Thanks for looking gtboi. scott
  9. Thanks for looking tom and petey. scott
  10. Beautiful glass! scott
  11. Neat item-- do you have documentation on the case being damaged during WW2? scott
  12. Good to see you again solver-- and thanks for the emailed link! scott
  13. Thanks for looking kyra! scott
  14. First I did NOT say it was fake. I said I AM NOT SURE. I have been buying and selling Civil War items for 35 years. My focus is photography but I have owned and sold a lot of CW era buckles ove...
  15. Looks better in these images, but I am still not sure (MY opinion). scott
  16. You'd be surprised. Many Civil War battlefields/ camps were used as SAW training camps. Many CW campsites were used for varying purposes after the war. I have many friends that are diggers an...
  17. Sometimes an offer to let them use the photo (I usually send a HIGH quality jpg) gets the investigation invigorated. scott
  18. I'd have thought they would have a better photo in their archives. Did they have an information on the Presidential visit of Taft? scott
  19. I find it interesting that CW "Show and TELL" has become a FREE APPRAISAL site! Why would RESEARCH ADVICE ever be deleted? scott
  20. These two piece belts were made in the US during the Civil War era. I deal in Civil War items on a regular basis. The patina on this example looks a little odd-- have you oiled it or put somethi...
  21. Search engine: "Stamp nurse canada 5c"
  22. Search engine: "Stamp Canada 15c beaver 1951"
  23. Thanks passion! scott
  24. Thanks. Most on here willingly give FREE advice on items-- ME included. BUT, I (and many others), find it EXCESSIVE to post HUNDREDS of worthless items to try and see if one might be valuable. A...
  25. I believe that this one is Welz. My only welz basket! scott
  26. I still don't understand how the first police BADGE has any relevence to an early police BUCKLE. This one being dug or from that era is another discussion. scott
  27. Two piece "Police" buckles date from the civil War era-- not sure of the relevence of a London police badge to the discussion! scott
  28. You got it vetraio! I have a few WW2 soldier souvenir pieces in my collection. scott
  29. How did you attribute a police belt to NY? scott
  30. Eastlake parlor chair from about 1870- 1890. scott
  31. fran, the "hidden mother" genre of photographs is hotly collected. Competition for a hard image (tintype/ ambrotype) of a mother hiding under a black cloth-- appearing somewhat ghost like, can drive ...
  32. Looks too flimsy to be used to restrain anyone. Looks like a multi- purpose medical chair. Arm rests are typical for blood drawing. Can't tell if the big ring is attached or just sitting next t...
  33. Neat modern drawings, but more likely someone's personal artwork done for fun or personal use vs. something done AT/ FOR Disney. Disney characters are a favorite subject for a lot of amateur artist...
  34. Agree-- 1940- 50s era. scott
  35. GREAT Glass! scott
  36. Good luck-- keep us posted. scott
  37. BEAUTIFUL Welz-- I love it moon!! scott
  38. If it is the same Geo H. Clapp-- He MAY be in the photo and it MAY help to ID the location and date of the photograph. An email to Carnegie- Mellon library/ archives may get some results. I usuall...
  39. Thanks for looking film. scott
  40. Kralik was surely capable of some very fine quality work. AMAZINGLY BEAUTIFUL! scott
  41. That certainly is Taft! Looks like "Geo H. Clapp", "Geo" is short for George. scott
  42. Thanks for looking cultcha! scott
  43. Smart move to get it certified-- let me know when you get the results! scott
  44. You might want to look under cameras and see what is posted here. Also member: rniederman is very knowledgeable about cameras and my "go to guy". I am sure that he will be able to help you out....
  45. Thanks cultcha. scott
  46. The signature has many of the characteristics found in other examples of autograph. I personally believe it is hand signed (For whatever that is worth)! Here is an example of a similar signed ph...
  47. Fran-- here is a great example of a rediculous "post mortem": http://www.ebay.com/itm/unusual-1-6-plate-TINTYPE-not-ambrotype-post-mortem-/161405089401?pt=Art_Photo_Images&hash=item25947e3679#ht_18...
  48. Recommend you switch your photos-- put the clock dial or whole clock as photo #1. Those photos will attract more attention than the winding key. scott
  49. Thanks for looking and commenting va! scott
  50. Thanks for looking and commenting va! scott
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