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subi450

Vancouver, WA

I have been collecting and selling antique and vintage items for a few decades. My store at www.Likethatbea.com has a variety or unique items which can be an excelleI have been collecting and selling antique and vintage items for a few decades. My store at www.Likethatbea.com has a variety or unique items which can be an excellent addition to your existing collection or a great start up for a new hobby. My store provides decorative items, furniture, collectors items and much more. Please feel free to stop and check it out. Your presents is greatly appreciated. I am learning every day about the great craftsmanship from the past and cannot believe how inventive can humankind be when they put their dreams in action. www.Likethatbea.com (Read more)

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Old Paris porcelain plates, is it still collectable with moderate wear? - China and Dinnerwarein China and Dinnerw…
Enamel metal small plate Austria. - Kitchenin Kitchen
Just got Paul Revere cooking pots and they are in a miserable shape. - Kitchenin Kitchen
Very interesting GMT Japan clock, battery operated. - Clocksin Clocks
Cobalt blue over 7 liter bottle marked M in circle. What was it for? - Bottlesin Bottles
Today's find. Segmented bracelet. - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
Dubow 743 baseball glove, Sis Gordon. - Baseballin Baseball
PV Itally lettuce vase, Pat Pending. - Potteryin Pottery
Decorative wooden duck sign JM Phillips '82 - Animalsin Animals
Super nice grape clusters but what plastic are they? - Mid-Century Modernin Mid-Century Modern

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  1. Thank you Newfld. It seems as it can be more of a Mediterranean design. It is a really small piece but I do like it as well.
  2. I had found a whole bunch of references when I added more information. Verichron Quartz. They were not exact but close enough.
  3. Rockbat I have these citems at home as well and will try which works the best. Thank you. The interior is nice,so it's worth elbow grease work.
  4. Fleafinder, what's a great idea. I have all of it at home and will give it a try. Thanks.
  5. Does anyone have information about the JM or TM Phillips? Phillip's duck decoy artist have different first name. I tried to Google search TM Or JM and still can't find any information.
  6. Thank you dlpeterson and blunderbuss2 for your responses. I will check Easy-off as I had never heard of it. I also have some copper cleaner and might try that too. They just are so messed up.
  7. Thank you lzenglish.
  8. Wow, Alwaysflyin, it is excactly the bracelet design that I have. If it is a reproduction of Goldette someone had done amazing job. Thank you Andreamw for additional details. Appreciate your help as a...
  9. Thank you Gillian for some great direction. I had found a plate and the vase from the same design but they are sold and I had not gotten any additional information. My vase, unlike other PV items is e...
  10. I coul stay at that museum forever.
  11. Thank you pw-collector for the link.
  12. Hello, antiquerose. Thank you very much for your help. The link had yelled the image. I will look for more information. Appreciate your help.
  13. How appropriate it would be of me to get it in front of my fireplace. The top is an embroidery hoop, so it could be that someone was utilizing their items for further use, I really don't know. You had...
  14. Happy New Year, thanks for all the help in 20017. Love this photo.
  15. Thank you. You are completely right ConyonRoad.
  16. Thank you PhilDMorris.
  17. Hi, I have nothing like your items but was glad to see caged glass. I have an kerosene lamp top on my site but this post had not allowed me to include the picture. You can check it out if you want. I ...
  18. Thank you.
  19. Thank you Manikin.
  20. She is around 21" tall.
  21. She is original with markings on neck and back. I might store her in a better location. The hair are soft but I am not an expert on mohair Thank you for your information. I probably leave her hair al...
  22. Hi, thank you Manikin. I am thinking Japan as well but could not find this mark at Nippon. Will look again. I checked some articles and jars feel like chalkware and is light.
  23. Hi, I am still trying to find more information about the books.
  24. Hi, Gillian. Thank you for your information.
  25. Caperkid , it is really amazing how staff can trigger our memories and bring the past so clearly into the present. I bet you had a great time with your brother. Thank you for your comment.
  26. Manikin thank you very much for your expertize. I appreciate your help. Sorry I couldn't answer sooner but It was just a busy end of the week. Thank you for the article as well. I hope you have a gre...
  27. Like I expected the phone number doesn't work.
  28. Hi, Bluenderbuss2. I had figured that it was the reprint from their notes but do you have any idea when it was reprinted? Who where they (G2 Ltd)? I look at the older postcards history and G2 is not m...
  29. hello, can any one read the lettering on one of the pictures. Appreciate any help. It would be interesting to find out what it is?
  30. Thank you very much to both if you.
  31. Thank you pops52 and Dizzydave , I appreciate your quick expertize. How I couldn't find any of it is beyond me.
  32. Thank you very much. What is the dangle at the end, does it go through the button hole? Is it just a weighted decor? Do you think that it was plated or brass? Sorry, for so many questions.
  33. Thank you very much Manikin, this is exactly the doll you are talking about. I appreciate the help. Can you see the other doll that I posted as well, maybe she will look familiar. Have a great day.
  34. I am glad I could help. It still can be older than 70s it is just the style that is similar. I hope someone can pinpoint it little better.
  35. Hello, this is a very nice doll and looks like she might be from Europe. She reminds me of a dolls that I played with in early 70's in Poland but her dress could be from Romania or Hungary as it has a...
  36. Thank you very much scottvez for your information. I appreciate your time. Thank you Gillian as well. I think you are right. Do you have maybe any idea who marked their lamps TC?
  37. Thanks Efesgirl. That is it! I appreciate your help. I guess you have to know where to look. Thank you for solving my dilemma. Great article as well. Subi450
  38. Thank you for all the help
  39. Thank you very much. I had seen them also as I was growing up and they do bring back some memories.
  40. Thank you. That is around the time that I was thinking 1980s to 2000. Would love to know who made them. Appreciate the comment.
  41. How modern? I am still clueless on the possible year or who could make it? Appreciate all the help. thank you
  42. Do you know how modern are we talking about. I am trying to find year of production. THank you.
  43. Hello, antique.empath , can you post a picture. I had a shoe that looks like it was make by this maker but it has a red roof, not like the other brown that I had see. Rose helped me recognize the ma...
  44. Thanks for all the help.
  45. Thank you for all your help.
  46. Thank you very much. I do have one question? I don't understand why the coca cola cookie jar that I had was removed. Is there something wrong with this production, or copywrite? I have no problem with...
  47. Thank you Virginia.
  48. By the way, I do have a huge shoe Cookie Jar and I think that it is the same company.
  49. Thank you very much, I had found it. You are completely right. I do have items marked as mystery items, how do I give you credit? Thanks
  50. Sorry, I was thinking duct tape. That what I get for writing in the middle of the night.
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