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Looking for information on this antique toy train engine
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Started this discussion. Last reply by tomsantiquesetcetera Feb 27, 2011.

 

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Allan Holden replied to Brandon Fuller's discussion Cast iron ash shaker handle to a stove/furnace? in the group Whadja Find? Ask Us! Identification and Evaluation
"Your original idea was correct. It is a handle for a shaker grate for a coal stove. This triangle shape was, and still is, very much standard in the industry. It could have been for a coal burner on a home heating plant, or a steam engine. …"
Jan 18
Allan Holden replied to Julie Barkley's discussion Anyone know what this came off of? in the group Whadja Find? Ask Us! Identification and Evaluation
"It looks like a name plate off from an Old Reliable wood stove."
Dec 27, 2013
Allan Holden replied to Richard Finn's discussion 1838 Society For Promiting Christian Knowledge Bible in the group Whadja Find? Ask Us! Identification and Evaluation
"It is "1838" and it wasn't uncommon for people to value a book back then enough to stitch up the binding. . . it meant that much . They printed massive amounts of Christian literature back at that time. I collect publications…"
Nov 22, 2013
Allan Holden replied to Theresa Seminario's discussion 1965 Plymouth Valiant 200 in the group Whadja Find? Ask Us! Identification and Evaluation
"This is a beautiful car, I had one back when they were new when I was in High School. The four door aspect takes away from the value. I would say if it is a slant six the              $4,000.00 number mentioned…"
Nov 22, 2013
Allan Holden replied to Rosemarie Macklin's discussion Green Bottle in the group Whadja Find? Ask Us! Identification and Evaluation
"It is a wine bottle with a ring collar lip that was formed by the glass blower with a tool which explains the stretch marks in the neck. Judging by the base if it is an American Made bottle it is from the 1870's or 1880's. It looks like it…"
Nov 1, 2013
Allan Holden replied to Allan Holden's discussion 1936 Nazi Ashtray possible Olympics in the group Whadja Find? Ask Us! Identification and Evaluation
"Indrid, I did end up with this piece in some trading deal, and I checked with a auction house that specializes in these items and they tell me that there are different varieties but they only told me mine was issued to the police. Because of the…"
Mar 25, 2013
kathy park replied to Allan Holden's discussion 1936 Nazi Ashtray possible Olympics in the group Whadja Find? Ask Us! Identification and Evaluation
"This type of ashtray was issued as a limited edition for high ranking Nazi officials and can be clearly seen in period photos with Hitler and Himmler. It was also on the dinner table at official dinner parties and social engagements. If its solid…"
Mar 25, 2013
Indrid Cold replied to Allan Holden's discussion 1936 Nazi Ashtray possible Olympics in the group Whadja Find? Ask Us! Identification and Evaluation
"Hey Allen. I have a very similar ashtray as you can see. It is definitely not Olympics related as the nazis took down any swastikas for the oympics. The ashtray I have appears to be of the same set as yours and I am very interested in any…"
Mar 23, 2013

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At 12:51pm on February 27, 2011, tomsantiquesetcetera said…

SECRET:  I live out West and much of the area is sage brush. When driving along the back roads I watch the horizon on either side of my car.  Sage brush is usually the same heigth and follows the terrain of the land. If the land drops into a gully the sagebrush likewise follows.  Occasionally the sagebrush will rise up above the normal level of the terrain.  STOP THE CAR and investigate. People used to dump their trash along country roads and the sage brush is showing you where! Lots of old toys, bottles, coins, etc. were tossed out.

Tom

At 11:17am on January 27, 2011, Rhonda Wood said…
Hi, me again. I just recently got another comment on the pitcher and she seems to know quite a bit about pottery and as I thought it is quite old. So will let you know what she thinks after I send her some more pics.
At 9:32am on January 27, 2011, Rhonda Wood said…
Allan just noticed while looking at the Fort Montgomery Historical site. The Britains were attacking along the Hudson river. Relating to the Elwell meat cleavor the other gentleman found from Elwell's Great Britain company. So it could have been left from a family from Britain. It's all fascinating lol. Will keep digging, so to speak.
At 9:13am on January 27, 2011, Rhonda Wood said…
Allan, we do want to sell it but my husband is very cautious. We have seen the looks on people's faces when they see the piece. He has held onto it for 45 years. We have shown it to many dealers in Iowa, where we use to live. In Houston when we were visiting my sister and here in Arkansas. Lots tell us we should take it to New York, where he found it. We left the big city in Iowa and moved here to a small community to retire someday. The cost of living here is so much less than Iowa, New York and Houston. What we didn't realize is it is a very poor community. We want to sell the vase for enough money to open a thrift-like consignment store to help our community. My husband has a minimum wage job and I can't seem to find a job here right now. So we would both have an income and be helping our community. I am even having a raffle event on Facebook right now to raise money to open the store. Selling raffle tickets for some of my jewelry my kids gave me awhile back. We are both in our 50's and are very serious about all this. I can take more pics and send them to you of different angles etc. As I said, I have researched the name and pottery for 5 years, we have been married 6 years. I have an email from the director of the museum in New York stating it is probably from the 1800's. I have documentation of 2 Elwell families living in New York near where he found it in the late 1700's, early 1800's. Both fought in the revolutionary war. We have no idea what it is worth but .....I'm just going to throw this at you.... we would need between $5000 and $10,000 to open the store. I know this sounds like alot but my husband is still worried it might be worth more. A dealer in Houston said it was possible it could be worth so much more. I will take some more pics today and send them to you if you send me your email address. Send to rwood1@live.com. Thanks for your time and consideration. :)
At 7:04pm on January 31, 2009, C. Dianne Zweig Editor's Desk said…
Perhaps you would be interested in starting a Bottle Group, Dianne, Editor

Welcome to our terrific site. I hope when you get comfortable here you will take the time to post some photos of your collection, join or start a group, customize your profile page (easy templates provided), write an article or make an announcement on our forum. There is a brand new Group called Editor's Help Desk to provide answers to frequently asked questions and other tips, suggestions and information.

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Please invite new members by clicking on the invite button, thanks.
Dianne , Editor
At 7:02pm on January 31, 2009, C. Dianne Zweig Editor's Desk said…
Welcome to our terrific site. I hope when you get comfortable here you will take the time to post some photos of your collection, join or start a group, customize your profile page (easy templates provided), write an article or make an announcement on our forum. There is a brand new Group called Editor's Help Desk to provide answers to frequently asked questions and other tips, suggestions and information.

To join, go to Groups on the main page and you can join Editor's Help Desk.


Please invite new members by clicking on the invite button, thanks.
Dianne , Editor
 
 
 

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