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Discussion Forum

Oriental Parure Jewelry- Age? Identity? Value? 3 Replies

Started by Linda Cosgrove. Last reply by paula 2 hours ago.

Danish/swedish credenza 3 Replies

Started by John . Last reply by John 11 hours ago.

Seagull or Bird Mark on Ceramic plates 3 Replies

Started by Lisa Anne Powers. Last reply by Lisa Anne Powers 19 hours ago.

Question for Kitchen Collectible Folks 5 Replies

Started by Patricia. Last reply by Patricia yesterday.

Celadon 2 pcs. all over gold etched / cut rose border, Identify & Value? 8 Replies

Started by Lanay Strever. Last reply by Lanay Strever yesterday.

Pie safe identification 2 Replies

Started by David hantoot. Last reply by Jeff Guy yesterday.

Antique Cast Iron Piece Possibly Stove? 1 Reply

Started by Adam. Last reply by tomsantiquesetcetera yesterday.

How much is this worth? 16 Replies

Started by David T Pike. Last reply by David T Pike on Friday.

Marc Chagall Art 1 Reply

Started by Dale. Last reply by tomsantiquesetcetera on Friday.

Estate sale fabric find...

Started by Gail Mitchell on Thursday.

Corner shelf 3 Replies

Started by Patricia Elliott. Last reply by Patricia Elliott on Thursday.

PIE SAFE 2 Replies

Started by BikerBonnie. Last reply by BikerBonnie on Thursday.

Do you know what this cabinet was used for???? 6 Replies

Started by SHARI SCHWARTZ. Last reply by tomsantiquesetcetera on Thursday.

Milk Pitcher? Who is the maker? Pattern? 1 Reply

Started by AR8Jason. Last reply by AR8Jason on Wednesday.

What is This? 4 Replies

Started by Aura B. Last reply by Isabel Murnane on Wednesday.

Another ashtray question-- This one i'm guessing is for Cigars

Started by Historyrepeatsitself on Wednesday.

U shaped conatainer 5 Replies

Started by Shari Beymer. Last reply by Mary Brannian on Wednesday.

Meridan s. p. co/ International S Co. Basket 4 Replies

Started by Lisa Celello. Last reply by tomsantiquesetcetera on Tuesday.

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Comment by tomsantiquesetcetera on Thursday

Marianne, Okay, dollar stores sell stuff for $1.05 (where I live), times 6 = $6.30, plus flowers, $1.05/bunch times 6 = $6.30 together equals $12.60 plus increase for a nice set, $20-25. plus S&H. Made in China isn't very desirable,but cute is. Call them card holders and maybe you can sell them.

Comment by tomsantiquesetcetera on Thursday

Lillian, Ebay shows 920 pre-1940 calendars "sold".  Depends on subject matter and condition. $15. is a bit high, but some sold for $80.  Some sold for $1.99.    http://www.ebay.com/sch/Pre1940-/41184/i.html?LH_Complete=1&LH_...

Comment by Marianne Whitley on Thursday

Yes Tom, Flowers are frosted glass as well. They all come out and can be arranged differently. Bottoms have Sticker with made in china on them. I know they come from the dollar tree store. Just know people love "Vintage" K's Collection Miniatures, which they are. I just can't keep them anymore and want to see if they are worth anything.

Comment by tomsantiquesetcetera on Thursday

Marianne, are the flowers glass too?  Do they come out of the vases or are they fixed.  Anything on the bottoms?  I'd guess they were for Name Cards for a dinner party, wedding, etc.  Just a guess.

Comment by Marianne Whitley on Thursday

I have had these for quite a while now. I would like to sell them, i just don't know what they might be worth. I can't find anything online. Haven't found any on ebay etc. These are i believe from the 90's and came from K's Collection.Miniature frosted glass vases measure 2.5" in height and the tallest flower measures 5"in height.Any info is appreciated! Thanks :)

Anyone an idea what these might be worth? I'd really appreciate any information! Thanks :)

Comment by Gail Mitchell on Thursday

Oops, that was Shari Baymer who mentioned a classic old movie with that word. 

Comment by Gail Mitchell on Thursday

Hi Lillian, I'm a newbie here.  I read your post yesterday about "mayhaps" and had to do some digging myself....

"Food, heh. A loaf of bread, a bite of cheese, mayhaps a sausage" Walder Frey's "A Clash of Kings" .

Comment by Lillian Dunbar on Thursday

This advertising calendar from the Prudential Company dates to 1905 (not a repro) and measures 12 x 10 inches. I advertised it in all my usual places for $15 and not one "nibble". Is that too high a price?

Comment by Lillian Dunbar on Thursday
Comment by Shari Beymer on Wednesday

There is a classic old movie  where this old lady used mayhaps but for the life of me I cannot remember what movie it is and I am a movie buff.  That is going to drive me nuts for a long long time. Might be the Grapes Of Wrath? 

 

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