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Small toy iron wheeled Express Wagon - Toysin Toys
F. Fitzroy Dixon 1904 watercolor of Nice old Canoe and a Canadian - Fine Artin Fine Art
Mystery sword allegedly Civil War - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
19th century carved young man. - Folk Artin Folk Art
Blown green glass vase with overlay - Art Decoin Art Deco
1850 era Flint Glass Compote - Glasswarein Glassware
1906 oil painting of gun dogs. - Animalsin Animals
Handmade tobacco cutter - Tobaccianain Tobacciana
Brass Adria Forma coffee grinder. - Kitchenin Kitchen
Tiny Japanese bone or ivory birds - Animalsin Animals

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  1. Thanks to both of you for your assistance. I haven't found an exact match yet but both suggestions have been helpful.
  2. Thank you Ventraio50, I have added better photos and description. I am stumped as to who might have made this.
  3. The metal you call lead may actually be spelter ...Spelter, while sometimes used merely as a synonym for zinc, is often used to identify a zinc alloy. In this sense it might be an alloy of equal part...
  4. Keramikos, thank you so much for your time and information.
  5. Keramikos, here is information in either Czech or Klingon. https://hu.museum-digital.de/portal/index.php?t=objekt&oges=27316
  6. Keramikos, you are correct. Here is a German description address. Still looking for the other.http://vi.vipr.ebaydesc.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItemDescV4&item=361286726181&t=1413199938000&tid=7710&ca...
  7. Sorry, I only have an IPad with me. No matter what I do 90 percent of the time it rotates the photo.
  8. Amazing find.
  9. That is a great lamp with great slag glass coloration. Definitely hard to find one like this.
  10. Although I have never seen one like that, perhaps it’s a shutter dog.
  11. I found it at the Alameda Antique Faire. The seller said she thought it South American but hadn’t checked it out. I guessed not. It was inexpensive, so I walked over to a dealer who specialized in ...
  12. Haha, the expert seems to agree with you. I added the whale part and I stand corrected. I really appreciate your information and the time you took.
  13. It may be too new for a vinaigrette.
  14. Check out if it might be a vinaigrette (not for vinegar). Something that a sponge would be placed inside soaked with perfume. To conceal your or someone else’s odor.
  15. The dog is a setter as they have longer hair than a pointer. They are used to hunt quail, grouse and pheasant and freeze but tremble if you look closely when they smell one of these birds.
  16. This bottle is 3 inches long.
  17. https://sha.org/bottle/examples.htm This is the address of a site that tells how to date historic bottles.
  18. Here's two possibilities for the sphinx mark: John Batt & Company, London, England. Joseph Sankey & Son, Bilston, Wolverhampton, near Birmingham, England. They were known for their copper and b...
  19. I was getting bored when this popped up...Now I am jealous.
  20. I am so sorry, I will repost in about 6 weeks with requested photos.
  21. I will post a better photo separately on the main page., I don’t know how to add another picture to an existing post.
  22. I am not home at the moment, but I have some photos that will show the painting better.
  23. Hubley
  24. Really nice job!
  25. I have one with an engraved blade dated 1936 from a Clemson Jr. Sr. banquet.
  26. I bought two today from people who make them. They are moon jellyfish in lucite that they color and add something to make them glow. Not antique, mine were made near San Francisco.
  27. Absolutely unique and striking.
  28. Nice pieces, makes me jealous.
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