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Posted 6 years ago

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These are my own photos of the Paden City Pouter Pigeon I have. The other one I sent was from Replacements Ltd. Does anyone know when these "babies" were made?

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  1. vetraio50 vetraio50, 6 years ago
    This might help:
  2. Raci570, 6 years ago
    With the camera I have and my shaky hands, I think this is as good (clear) as it's going to get.
  3. Raci570, 6 years ago
    Thanks for the date, eye4beauty and info, vetraio50.
  4. Raci570, 6 years ago
    an estate auction
  5. Raci570, 6 years ago
    not sure; so long ago
  6. Raci570, 6 years ago
    eyes4beauty: you know it's worth a lot more than that; and Bellin68: how could this object possibly be a vase? My photo isn't THAT bad. It's just a figurine, or bookend, or paperweight. Take your pick.
  7. Raci570, 6 years ago
    peace; out
  8. andyman andyman, 6 years ago
    Have a look for anything at the base that looks like any kind of writing,or man made marks.
  9. dustytreasures, 6 years ago
    I have the same pouter pigeon, which was owned by an elderly friend of my mom's, and was passed on to me upon the friend's death. (I had always admired it at her house.) She always had the bird sitting in a wide, shallow clear glass bowl, with water in the bowl and an ivy plant twining around the base of the bird. So I have inherited the bowl too, but I'm wondering if it too was made by the Paden City glass company, as was the bird. There are no maker marks on the bird or bowl. The bowl is plain, no etching decoration on it.

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