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Discussion Forum

What is this item? 4 Replies

Started by Audrey. Last reply by tomsantiquesetcetera 3 hours ago.

Large Metal Wall Plate with Mixed Metals, Peening, Rippled Outer Surface and Floral Designs 4 Replies

Started by Mark D Swartz. Last reply by tomsantiquesetcetera 3 hours ago.

Historical British, Almanac, paper, silk, George III 4 Replies

Started by Jeannine Nield. Last reply by Jeannine Nield 17 hours ago.

Decanters and glasses

Started by Chris Pollock yesterday.

Need ID on these small plastic figures 1 Reply

Started by Tom Jacomet. Last reply by vicki hufstetler yesterday.

Decanter information 3 Replies

Started by Christine Sabol. Last reply by tomsantiquesetcetera on Wednesday.

JUNK JEWELRY FIND-WOW RARE AUSTRALIAN BLACK OPA;L BRACELET 3 Replies

Started by tomsantiquesetcetera. Last reply by tomsantiquesetcetera on Wednesday.

Can anyone tell me anything about these vases? 6 Replies

Started by Christine Sabol. Last reply by Christine Sabol on Tuesday.

Decanter with cordial glasses 5 Replies

Started by Chris Pollock. Last reply by Chris Pollock on Tuesday.

Other glass/crystal finds we made 12 Replies

Started by Chris Pollock. Last reply by Chris Pollock on Tuesday.

Sculpture, Goddess "Yemaya" African-Cuban-Brazilian black goddess of the ocean, white metal, 20.5 inches 10 Replies

Started by tomsantiquesetcetera. Last reply by tomsantiquesetcetera on Monday.

Cut Glass compote. Daisy and leaves. 8 Replies

Started by Bill Dyer. Last reply by vicki hufstetler on Monday.

Antique Fireplace tools 11 Replies

Started by Lorenzo Mazzaro. Last reply by Betty Proper on Monday.

HELP ME IDENTIFY THIS PIECE 7 Replies

Started by Randee Diequez. Last reply by Randee Diequez on Monday.

Delft Antique Vase 2 Replies

Started by Lorenzo Mazzaro. Last reply by Lorenzo Mazzaro on Monday.

Frank Maietta glasses

Started by cal kelly on Monday.

Quadruple silver plate tea pot 5 Replies

Started by Chris Pollock. Last reply by tomsantiquesetcetera on Sunday.

Some more of our Galveston trip finds 1 Reply

Started by Chris Pollock. Last reply by Betty Proper on Saturday.

Antique wooden jewlery box 14 Replies

Started by Chris Pollock. Last reply by Chris Pollock on Saturday.

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Comment by Michael on February 10, 2017 at 6:20pm

Well, I would say, given you know the name of the store it originated from is written on the plate itself, and given the fact the store is still in operation, they would be the ultimate source for accurate information, regarding it's age and value.  They may even recall the particular artist who made it for you, thereby filling in some of the history of the item.

Comment by Susan Simpson on February 9, 2017 at 9:52pm

Comment by Susan Simpson on February 9, 2017 at 9:51pm

I found this bowl and liked the floral pattern. I am posting this to ask for some help.  BUT I have discovered that there is a store in Homer, Alaska called Blackbeary Bog.   Anyone have any ideas?  Thanks!

Comment by Michael on January 20, 2017 at 6:31pm

The only to McAuley Woodcrafting in the following magazine, below that image is the ad.

Comment by Lloyd Levine on January 19, 2017 at 9:00pm

Picked up what appears to be a WWII Military trunk.

It measures 40 1/2" x 19 1/2" x 26 1/2".

Has anyone ever seen one of these before and does the decoration indicate it was part of first aid unit ?

Comment by Lloyd Levine on January 18, 2017 at 9:15pm

Picked up what appears to be a WWII Military trunk.

It measures 40 1/2" x 19 1/2" x 26 1/2".

Has anyone ever seen one of these before and does the decoration indicate it was part of first aid unit ?

Comment by Fred Silva on January 16, 2017 at 8:17am

Take a trip into a New England Museum . The stories are interesting . In the service and as a child you learn to climb a pole without a ladder . The obstacle course is basic training.

Some people in New England and this country not unlike a bible where the legends and stories some may take as serious. Today we only have to read the news to see human beings still have a long way to go.

Comment by tomsantiquesetcetera on January 16, 2017 at 1:24am

Didn't Paul Bunyon and Babe the blue ox live there? And the Headless Horseman?  And Rip Van Winkle slept here, for 40 years, es verdad senor; wanna buy a bridge?

Comment by tomsantiquesetcetera on January 16, 2017 at 1:20am

Let's see, razor blades to cut the stripes off the flag to keep it from being desecrated?   Bullets to load a gun?  Hope they have the right caliber! Powder in case you use a flintlock, matchlock or wheellock? Gold sovereigns to get a passport...no, that's James Bond. Did they include a ladder to climb up the flagpole, or an axe to chop it down?  Meanwhile the redcoats keep coming.

Comment by Fred Silva on January 14, 2017 at 9:44pm

Tom in current US Military that may is true . However during the founding of our country and its humble years of the past . No one wanted to get caught as we had no Geneva Convention. I am one who tends to learn from history. So many things get reported on the internet later to be found false or to make someone look good in a re write of history. To many New England Museums have mentioned this and many an old homes have a story of the last shot. Just like biblical history do we really know the truth or do we go upon belief , tradition and old wives tales. I love the old New England History Stories

 

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