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Bob Morawitz
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  • Fort Madison, IA
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Bob Morawitz replied to Lillian Dunbar's discussion What pattern? in the group Depression Glass Collectors
"This McBeth-Evans piece does not have a "name" but it does have a pattern number, which is 7541-A. As far as I know, the ashtray is the only item it is found on."
Oct 31, 2016
Bob Morawitz replied to Bonny Evans's discussion Info on Rembrant Masterpiece floor lamp in the group Whadja Find Today
"The attached photo shows a Rembrandt floor lamp with the correct style shade. The center socket uses a Mogul-base lamp and has its own switch. The three smaller lamps should be on their own three-way switch which will light one, two or three lamps…"
Apr 18, 2016
Bob Morawitz replied to Jonathan Nelson's discussion C. Innes painting in the group Whadja Find Today
"If you are on Facebook, there is a page for C. Inness paintings: https://www.facebook.com/cinnesspainter A Google search will find many similar themed landscapes. It appears that the artist was a production painter probably from the…"
Apr 16, 2016
Bob Morawitz replied to Elizabeth Reed's discussion Victorian woman on shell. in the group Whadja Find Today
"There is a similar one on Esty for much more. No additional information in the listing though. https://www.etsy.com/listing/95028522/antique-bisque-woman-on-shell-planter"
Jan 23, 2016
Bob Morawitz replied to Terry Jackson's discussion requested photos in the group Depression Glass Collectors
"A plate usually shows the pattern best. Post the photo in this forum so others will have a chance to identify the pattern also."
Jan 2, 2016
Bob Morawitz replied to hedley bunting's discussion Floor Lamp in the group Whadja Find Today
"There should be a manufacturer's label inside the base. You may have to remove the felt on the bottom to access the cover screws to get it open. Even though it was bought in the Antique Quarter, it is not very old, but it is very stylish."
Jan 2, 2016
Bob Morawitz replied to Terry Jackson's discussion requested photos in the group Depression Glass Collectors
"A photo of the bottom part of the butter dish would be helpful also. You could epoxy the crack to prevent further damage until you locate a replacement. Does it go with a set and need to match exactly?"
Jan 2, 2016
Bob Morawitz replied to Terry Jackson's discussion requested photos in the group Depression Glass Collectors
Jan 2, 2016
Bob Morawitz replied to Kennin's discussion Tiny Greek Torch? in the group Whadja Find Today
"The close-ups seem to show a base metal under gold plating or a gold wash. "
Dec 15, 2015
Bob Morawitz replied to Julie P.'s discussion Double arrow four feather marking,any info on this pair? in the group Whadja Find Today
Dec 15, 2015
Bob Morawitz replied to Todd Roat's discussion Whatcha got there? No idea.... in the group Whadja Find Today
"Commercial packing tape dispenser. The manufacturer's label would have been on the square area on either side of the lower end. It is a Model A Counterboy manufactured by Better Packages out of Shelton, Connecticut in the 1940's."
Dec 14, 2015
Bob Morawitz replied to Todd Roat's discussion Whatcha got there? No idea.... in the group Whadja Find Today
"3. Please provide as much information as you can about the item you are needing help with. 4. Provide photos of the object you are asking about. 5.  Include a description of the item you are asking about (size, color, markings, condition,…"
Dec 14, 2015
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Whadja Find Today

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Dec 14, 2015
Bob Morawitz replied to Dotty's discussion need help identifying this carnival glass bowl in the group Depression Glass Collectors
"This pattern is by Dugan Glass Company and is called Ski Star. The exterior pattern is called Compass. The color is known as Peach Opalescent and is the most desired color in this pattern. At one time it carried a value of $300 for your bowl, but…"
Dec 13, 2015
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Depression Glass Collectors

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Dec 13, 2015
Bob Morawitz replied to Lillian Dunbar's discussion What was this used for? in the group GLASS HOUND HEAVEN: Antique and Collectible Glassware
"Three handled cups are known as passing or loving cups and were originally used when couples or groups shared or passed a drink. I am sure that not everyone cared to share a drink and these were used for other purposes too."
Aug 9, 2015

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Just a working stiff with and interest in antiques and history. Currently restoring a Victorian home and chairman of my city's Historic Preservation Committee.
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Grew up around antiques and going to antiques shops. Been a collector of a variety of things since I was a youngster, coins, bottles, phonographs. Currently into insulators, postcards, Royal Lace depression glass, Palm Leaf Fan EAPG, lamps and antique electrical devices. Former buyer and dealer in antiques and collectables.
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