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Discussion Forum

is this chinese or japanese, another try at posting... 3 Replies

Started by Roberto Simon. Last reply by tomsantiquesetcetera 1 hour ago.

Vase 2 Replies

Started by Janet Howe. Last reply by tomsantiquesetcetera 1 hour ago.

Pitcher or Creamer? 1 Reply

Started by Janet Howe. Last reply by tomsantiquesetcetera 1 hour ago.

Parlor furnaces 1 Reply

Started by Joann Tauber. Last reply by tomsantiquesetcetera 1 hour ago.

Vintage art deco painting ?poster prototype? 1 Reply

Started by Cris Peters. Last reply by tomsantiquesetcetera 1 hour ago.

Lead figurines 7 Replies

Started by Isabel Murnane. Last reply by Isabel Murnane 7 hours ago.

Madame Alexander Doll from the 1940's

Started by Kathy 7 hours ago.

Parlor furnaces 1 Reply

Started by Joann Tauber. Last reply by Your Bounty, Bernie 9 hours ago.


Started by Janet Howe 13 hours ago.

Teapot, China Emporium, ANY INFO? What do symbols say? Chinese? 2 Replies

Started by Jennifer Goodroe. Last reply by Jennifer Goodroe 16 hours ago.

Does anyone know about this desk? 7 Replies

Started by Lori Tyson. Last reply by Betty Proper 17 hours ago.

What is this? 5 Replies

Started by Janet. Last reply by tomsantiquesetcetera yesterday.

Any idea what this mystery box is? 13 Replies

Started by Jim Hoyt. Last reply by tomsantiquesetcetera yesterday.

Wood pedestal stand 8 Replies

Started by June. Last reply by tomsantiquesetcetera yesterday.

Unmarked Biscuit Jar; Need Assistance Identifying age/maker/value 1 Reply

Started by Mary Brannian. Last reply by paula yesterday.

Estate sale bracelet- help identify/ information please 3 Replies

Started by Margaret Dugas. Last reply by Margaret Dugas yesterday.

Help with info on painting 4 Replies

Started by Amber. Last reply by Amber yesterday.

Unsure could this be a Color Litho? 4 Replies

Started by Linda C. Last reply by Linda C on Wednesday.

Pottery water ewer dark green 2 Replies

Started by Cris Peters. Last reply by Cris Peters on Tuesday.

OK 3rd and last doll of lot till tomorrow..:) 1 Reply

Started by char mcfarland. Last reply by Your Bounty, Bernie on Tuesday.

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Comment by tomsantiquesetcetera 1 hour ago

Sorry Paul,  but those a very common and not much value.  I see them in yard sales for under $1.

Comment by Paul Retana 9 hours ago

Help on these pots I believe Bean clay pots from mexico anyone see these before003.jpg

Comment by tomsantiquesetcetera yesterday

House of Charm, it looks like a William Greyson, Henley-on- Thames clock.

Key search is Henley-on-Thames.  Lots of different clock makers, etc.

Comment by tomsantiquesetcetera yesterday


Warranted 22 kwt or 24 kwt is nice and pretty but the amount of gold is less than $1.00.

What does "t&v" stand for?

Directly above the Comment Wall is our Discussion area.  Click

+Add a Discussion, and put your post there.  Include pics of the plate, front and back, define "t&v", and maybe we can develop some good info on it.

Comment by tomsantiquesetcetera yesterday

Regarding old pianos and maybe organs too, the wood dries out and then breaks which causes the piano wires to collapse. Can't be repaired feasibly.

I saw an old square Steinway that came around the Horn in the 1850s. Not worth much anymore. Owner displays it in his foyer as a conversation piece.  I wonder if the keys are made of ivory and if so one could sell them???

Comment by Billy on Monday
Hi yall found a t&v limoges caviar dish that is completely 22k warranted gold except for the bottom. Can't find another one like it that's been sold anywhere or for sale anywhere.. Anyone have any ideas?
Comment by House of Charm Antiques Southinc on Saturday

Hi all, this looks like an 18th C English tall case clock-anyone make out the maker's name? Any idea on valuation? Runs well.

Comment by AR8Jason on January 16, 2015 at 9:20pm

Buy all you can Mitch ... I don't need them and selling them is as Sherry said, not profitable. The pump organ I bought was for $50.00, if I remember, and it hung around for a long time. When I moved from Dallas I left it to the antique store owner to sell for what I had in it. I am not sure that it sold then or was in the sell out price I gave the dealer for all the rest of the items I had in the store a few months later.

Comment by AR8Jason on January 16, 2015 at 8:56pm

I bought a pump organ once. They are not the same. UPRIGHT Pianos are heavier than pump organs and aren't as decorative either.. ... Player Pianos can bring real good money, too. Plain old uprights are always a pass. The scrap iron prices are not enough to pay for the medical expenses.

Comment by AR8Jason on January 13, 2015 at 6:25pm

Sherry ... I have seen storage units in auctions not sell ... because there was an upright piano in it. All others in the same auction sold well. ... The last one I went to, the person bid in at $50.00 and was surprised that no one else bid. They could have gotten for $10.00 if they had just bid that instead.


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