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A Community For People Who Buy, Sell or Collect Antiques, Collectibles and Art

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The group that will help you figure out what you found, inherited, acquired. Thousands of members assist you with identification and evaluation of antiques, collectibles, art. 

 

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If you if think it would help and you would like to share, briefly tell us where you acquired the object...i.e. "passed down from my mother's mother who is now 94 ", "found it when I was in Holland 30 years ago", "washed up on the beach last summer".

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Discussion Forum

Picture approx 32x18 antique? Was a gift 13 Replies

Started by Melissa Seager. Last reply by Cynthia Stohler 1 hour ago.

Wondering about age and what it may be worth 10 Replies

Started by Indy Stuff. Last reply by Indy Stuff 2 hours ago.

New to site and new to collecting :-) 4 Replies

Started by Thomas R. Baker. Last reply by Judy Jordan 5 hours ago.

Marine & Ship Portrait art of coastal schooner 2 of 2. 6 Replies

Started by Artorable. Last reply by Artorable 5 hours ago.

strange item i found 3 Replies

Started by ed todd. Last reply by tomsantiquesetcetera 5 hours ago.

Leather Map case? 4 Replies

Started by Maria Nucci. Last reply by Maria Nucci 7 hours ago.

Yacht/ship named Gloria, post #1 Art 5 Replies

Started by Artorable. Last reply by tomsantiquesetcetera 14 hours ago.

Pewter Charger: 12" marked with an E: Age? Origin? 5 Replies

Started by Margo Giroux. Last reply by tomsantiquesetcetera 23 hours ago.

this set if sold for $40 ,would that be low or hi? 9 Replies

Started by sonya bunch. Last reply by Walter Del Pellegrino yesterday.

Goldscheider mark-why blackened out? 6 Replies

Started by Carey Hamilton. Last reply by Carey Hamilton yesterday.

Help with Manufacturer and Pattern Name 5 Replies

Started by Michelle Eagle. Last reply by Michelle Eagle yesterday.

Brooch locket from estate sale- fits 4 photos 7 Replies

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

Vaseline plates? 2 Replies

Started by House of Charm Antiques Southinc. Last reply by House of Charm Antiques Southinc yesterday.

Need information on this glass coffee canister 8 Replies

Started by K McK. Last reply by K McK yesterday.

Unknown Primitive or Antique (or older) English Bog Shovel Head ? What is this ? 4 Replies

Started by Shawn Wray. Last reply by Shawn Wray yesterday.

Does anyone know what this is? Was told was old but I don't know. 7 Replies

Started by Melissa Seager. Last reply by Shawn Wray on Saturday.

Poster bed ID help 3 Replies

Started by Misty Cameron. Last reply by Craig Phillips / B & C Emporium on Saturday.

Wowsa what a house call 4 Replies

Started by House of Charm Antiques Southinc. Last reply by House of Charm Antiques Southinc on Saturday.

Time to plant clock. Does anyone know about these? 2 Replies

Started by Melissa Seager. Last reply by Melissa Seager on Saturday.

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Comment by tomsantiquesetcetera yesterday

Marianne, I have no clue what your answer is; I'm old fashioned and still use a PC.

However if you ask Google your question you can find instant answers.  When I asked your question the answer advised downloading to your PC so that you can save them in a permanent file.  Here is what I found:  http://acer--uk.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/4564/~/transfe...

I do know that some people can, and others can't, download pics to IAO, or are limited to 1 at a time. With a PC, using the icon to the right of the LINK icon, you can download 8 (I think).

Comment by Marianne Whitley on Friday
Quick question, I would like to post pictures of am item I want to ask about on here,doing it per android phone,is there an option for the picture upload per phone or do I have to do that via laptop ? Thanks in advance!
Comment by Lillian Dunbar on Wednesday

Vintage books:

A child's book reminiscent of Dick & Jane entitled "Summer is Here" by Bertha Morris Parker, published in 1956 by Row, Peterson & Co., 36 numbered pages, filled with color illustrations.

Three Feathers, which I assume is or was some type of alcoholic potable, published a booklet "Life of the Party" filled with popular songs, parlor games and recipes for cocktails, 69 numbered pages, no date of publication, but looks very retro.

"Things are Fine in Mount Idy" by Charley Weaver (Cliff Arquette), published by Holt, Rinehart & Winston in 1960, 53 numbered pages.

Comment by tomsantiquesetcetera on Wednesday

AR8,

You are right. One is for Dave, and the other is for Paul, which  is why I used the  word "likewise" which means the  message is the same but for somebody else.

Comment by AR8Jason on Wednesday

Tom ... look at the two post just under my last one. Both are yours and they are essentially the same.

Kevin

Comment by tomsantiquesetcetera on Wednesday

Paul Smith:  What are the dimensions?  I know you are new here, but that aside you need to read the instructions shown above Whadjafind. #1 thru #6.

Comment by tomsantiquesetcetera on Wednesday

AR8, I didn't post this once or twice.  Paul Smith posted it in  Whadjafind as a discussion AND also on the Comment Wall.

I see now where Paul Smith says it is definitely wood!  Which is what I said.  It is painted gold/brass.

Comment by paul smith on August 26, 2014 at 1:49pm

the piece is definitely wood 

Comment by AR8Jason on August 26, 2014 at 7:03am

Tom ... are you confused or double posting for a reason?

As far as carving marks, when you carve an item for a mold to cast something, brass, plastic etc. and such marks are left on the original, the carving marks are carried to the mold and then to the cast. Photographs of those marks mean nothing. There is evidence of three colors, no bare wood. Gilt or brass, red, and white that seems translucent in the photograph. The "which came first" gilt or red is in question as far as I am concerned. More logical is the brass first and the red after. -- Would it not be helpful to have material and size specified in a post?

Comment by tomsantiquesetcetera on August 26, 2014 at 1:37am

Paul Smith and AR8Jason, It is confusing when you post this in 2 different places; you split your answers.  You posted this in Whadjafind as a Discussion Post and also on the Comment Wall.

http://iantiqueonline.ning.com/group/whadjafind/forum/topics/what-i...

In picture #3 zoom (left click) will show wood grain and carving cuts confirming it is wood.

 

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