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"I have several of these games also known as Dexterity Puzzles. I believe the tin / mirror backs are the oldest , many produced in Germany around the 1930's - 50's , often depicting black americana, these puzzles…"
Here is a darling red metal toy telephone made by "The Steel Stamping Company" Lorain Ohio, made in the U.S.A. Cotton cord is in great condition,bell rings when you turn dial,though you have to spin it a few times,numbers are clear and clean without…
"Sometimes a chip is ground out and causes one side to be odd or abnormal. Can't tell. You might measure the sides to see. Also, direct sunlight in old glass allowed UV (ultraviolet) to shine onto glass and is known to change colors…"
"Beautiful set! Do they have the Northwood 'N in a circle' mark? I believe newer repros have been made. Have you blacklight tested them? They should produce a yellow-green hue. The opalescent coloring was never perfectly uniform, since it…"
Hi , I have a cream and sugar Northwood Glass set. It has a opalescent rim on both pieces but on the creamer the opalescent is missing on one side. Does this devalue the piece ? Anyone have any idea on the value of the set ? The pattern is AlaskaThank you for your help !BethSee More
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