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scottvez

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

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  1. M1860 cavalry saber. You are correct— it is the earlier model, the m1840 that is known as the wrist breaker. Once you see them side by side or handle them, you will understand. scott
  2. Beautiful welz— thanks for sharing! scott
  3. Restrained/ appropriate cleaning— I have seen so many metal objects ruined with a metal cleaner (brass, ….) scott
  4. Modern, decorative piece. Several have been posted on this site. scott
  5. Wow!! Amazing detail and beautiful patina on it— glad no one cleaned it! scott
  6. The tanks rounds were 84mm. Poster measured this as 133mm. scott
  7. Item is sterling, not plate. Prices begin at melt and go from there. scott
  8. Not a grenade casing. It is a shell casing for a 20 pounder, mark 2. Believe that was a naval gun, based on size posted. It is trench art. The applied hat brass is nice— not sure on it as I am n...
  9. Thanks drake and kwqd. scott
  10. Amazing!! scott
  11. Thanks for looking vcal. scott
  12. Thanks kiva and vetraio. scott
  13. Thanks paul , kev, scott and drag. scott
  14. Thanks reise and scott. scott
  15. These are all reproductions. scott
  16. Thanks drake, searcher, newfld and fort. scott
  17. I like the use of ribbing on these early poison bottles. Great for low light and those unable to read a label. scott
  18. Thanks vetraio, faith and mugs. scott
  19. Thanks for looking kev and when. scott
  20. This is Japanese embroidery. They became popular in the 1890s and continued until about the 1940s. Most that I have seen were souvenirs of US Navy sailors. Yours is unusual in that a large photog...
  21. Frame has US motif, but the soldier looks to be UK. scott
  22. Elk coat on the guy in the center? scott
  23. Thanks kiva. scott
  24. Love it! scott
  25. Thanks bhifos, vetraio and stuff. scott
  26. Thanks paul, newfld and fort. Appreciate you looking. scott
  27. Not Lincoln— man with a beard. Just a few of the most obvious issues with your guy: - no mole - beard doesn’t cover chin - lips too thin - hair line off - nose different scott
  28. It is a fantasy item. These first started to appear on the collectors market in the 1970s and probably still made today. There are a myriad of styles/ designs. You can find a lot on this site— ...
  29. Agree reenactors. Probably more modern— based on gear, I’d say 1980s at the oldest. scott
  30. Amazing— a Welz decor in nature! scott
  31. Thanks much kiva! scott
  32. A real gem— beautiful!! scott
  33. Thanks much ivonne, bhifos, fort, watch, vetraio and 33! Appreciate you looking. Any thoughts on maker? scott
  34. Beautiful Welz!! What a wonderful find on your first trip in years! scott
  35. Beautiful— and thanks for the educational post! scott
  36. Not MLB— a photo of the league information (in blue) would be helpful. Minor league baseballs ARE made in China. scott
  37. Nice find! Great fit— they were made for each other! scott
  38. Thanks for looking kiva! scott
  39. Thanks much stuff! scott
  40. Thanks much squirrel, reise and drake. scott
  41. Thanks for looking watchsearcher. scott
  42. Appears to be some sort of patriotic piece. Additional photos of the entire piece (front and back) and details of size / construction would be helpful. scott
  43. One posted on Etsy identified as a WW2 veteran car grille badge. Will try and post link later. scott
  44. Thanks much drake and Tom! scott
  45. Thanks much clockerman. scott
  46. Thanks much fort! scott
  47. Hard to confirm without additional photos, but appears to be 2nd quarter, 20th century. scott
  48. Thanks 33 and vetraio! scott
  49. Empire style and dates from the first half of the 20th century. Research on the label may help to narrow dates. scott
  50. Congratulations on your beautiful Welz!! scott
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