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scottvez

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

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Cabinet card of 6th Cavalry Trooper by F. Jay Haynes - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
Two cavalry troopers on horses - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
Tango vases in Vienna - Art Glassin Art Glass
Civil War Captain killed leading his company at Gettysburg - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
Passau Glass Museum visit - Art Glassin Art Glass
Civil War cavalry drummer tintype - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
Pre/ Early WW2 aviator photograph - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
Unusual tinted smiling boy cdv - Photographsin Photographs
Early photo of Al Capone - Mens Clothingin Mens Clothing
1st Cavalry Trooper in Arizona - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…

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  1. Beautiful! They have some amazing examples at the Passau Museum. scott
  2. 1925- 50, but probably on the early end of that era. scott
  3. What you paid was very reasonable. The missing pull is a big issue-- probably won't be able to match, but will have to replace all of them. scott
  4. It is from the 2nd quarter, 20th century so not quite an antique yet. scott
  5. 44 star is 1891 to 1896. Typical pattern is 8-6-6-6-6-8 (stars) in rows. scott
  6. Style is typical of the 2nd quarter, 20th century. A photo of the drawer interior or back may help to confirm dating. The punch/ incised decoration on the top is a little unusual. What did you ...
  7. Glad to help out. scott
  8. Thanks for looking duda! scott
  9. Looks to be a modern souvenir piece-- size is indicative of it being a letter opener. scott
  10. I wouldn't use asking prices for a gauge of values. Look for a completed sale. scott
  11. Looks like some nice work to clean it up. Too bad about the base-- functionality and overall look is odd with it sitting on the floor. scott
  12. Thanks for looking craig. scott
  13. Solver-- GREAT to hear from you again and thanks for providing the information. I will go through it. I had seen the 6th Cavalry cabinet card you linked. Again, I appreciate your input and more...
  14. I do like the wheels on this. scott
  15. Concur with fhrjr2 on paying for an appraisal for this item-- I don't think it is worth much. scott
  16. Looks to be a modern decorator piece-- the stencil and handle are indicators to me. Probably just meant for a shelf to give that "old time" feel. Close up photos of the rivets that hold wheel br...
  17. Thanks for looking collectables. scott
  18. Look like modern decorator pieces of low quality. scott
  19. It is WW2 era and made by Hilborn & Hamburger (H-H). The company has been in business since 1926. scott
  20. US Navy hat badge. A photo of the back will help to date it-- it is 20th century. scott
  21. "Style" is used to describe a piece that is not of the original era. The cuts on the top pieces and the overall construction of the mirrored section looks a little off. A photo of the back wou...
  22. I'd call it Eastlake. Part of a set. scott
  23. BEAUTIFUL Welz!! scott
  24. Love these and anything with applied flowers. I have a similar one posted here on the left: https://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/20865-two-more-applied-flower-art-glass-vases Mine is a lone...
  25. BEAUTIFUL Welz!! scott
  26. BEAUTIFUL Welz!! Love the display-- was it done with a panoramic lens? scott
  27. Beautiful vase-- love the decor on this one. Don't know how I missed it when it was first listed. scott
  28. Photo #3 shows a drop for the US Army Good Conduct Medal. A web search for it will yield a lot of information. scott
  29. BEAUTIFUL Welz!! scott
  30. BEAUTIFUL Welz!! scott
  31. BEAUTIFUL Welz!! scott
  32. Style is typical of the 2nd quarter, 20th century. scott
  33. Doesn't show the quality that I would expect for a sample piece nor do I believe it is a doll dresser Drawer pulls are odd-- maybe made for some sort of utilitarian use in the early 20th century. ...
  34. Love these! When you get the others, please add a full group shot. scott
  35. Disagree-- this is a smoking stand. The hole was for the ashtray. Size shows it is too small to be a washing basin stand. Additionally attempts use use a wash bowl with this would be tough with...
  36. Patches: 17th Airborne Division, 1st Allied Airborne Army, 14th Air Force (Tiger), and China Burma India (CBI). Patches with "T" are rank insignia for a Technical Sergeant, other similar patches i...
  37. Thanks much for looking wideawake. scott
  38. Clothing suggests 1890s. A full photograph of the front and back would be helpful to confirm. scott
  39. Need full images to make accurate determinations on some of these. The first one looks to be WW2 era, the last one looks to be WW1 era. scott
  40. It is called a tintype. The name is a misnomer as it is actually on a sheet of iron. Based on the clues (no case, clipped corners, clothing, backdrop), I would date it to the late 1870s- 80s. s...
  41. Thanks watch, roycroft, vo, bobby, buss and stuff. scott
  42. Thanks watch, roycroft, vo, bobby, buss, stuff and radegunder. scott
  43. Style and construction would certainly put it in the 2nd quarter, 20th century. scott
  44. 98th Division, but patches are more modern than VN-- they date from the BDU era and beyond. The rank on the shoulder tab is for a Sergeant First Class (SFC or E-7). A SSG has only one rocker. A...
  45. No, not rare-- take the advice from stuff or at a minimum do some online research on rare dates/ mint marks/ errors, so you have some basic familiarity on what to look for. scott
  46. No. scott
  47. Looks to be 2nd quarter, 20th century. scott
  48. Lack of quality in the blade and the star stamps are indicators. scott
  49. Modern decorative creation-- typical of a tourist item. Horn looks to be goat/ sheep. scott
  50. Not an issue item. Private purchase-- many different styles available from jewelers. Here is one of mine: https://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/29895-usmc-medal-of-honor-recipients-id-bracel...
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