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Jeff Guy
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Jeff Guy replied to Kathy's discussion dale evans rogers in the group Whadja Find Today
"Look up the google books preview. You have a book report by an unknown student, not an early draft."
yesterday
Jeff Guy replied to Kathy's discussion dale evans rogers in the group Whadja Find Today
"Have you compared this to a copy of the book? What you showed looks like a student's school book report to me."
yesterday
Jeff Guy replied to Zeke's discussion Anyone Recognize These Wee Demitasse Cups and Saucers? in the group Whadja Find Today
"I am quite impressed that you found this. Do you have a book, or did you manage to find this online?"
Friday
Jeff Guy replied to Zeke's discussion Islamic or Ottoman Brass Relics - Post II in the group Whadja Find Today
"Doesn't matter if there is anything of interest. It's that it is a critical part of knowing what apiece is so if you don't show it then it is impossible to even guess how old it is. "
Thursday
Jeff Guy replied to Zeke's discussion Islamic or Ottoman Brass Relics - Post II in the group Whadja Find Today
"You need to show a picture of the back because that is always extememly important in determining age. The white is polish that has dried. Based on the images you've shown and the quality of the images I don't think this is particularly old…"
Wednesday
Jeff Guy replied to Zeke's discussion Interesting Mosaic Bar Pin - Made in Italy for Turkish Market?? in the group Whadja Find Today
"From the far off picture I was sure it was silver plated with plating coming off, but the closeup certainly looks like the Italian mark for 800 silver. What is all that stuff that looks like it is flaking off? Is it possible this was gold plated at…"
Jan 15
Jeff Guy replied to Zeke's discussion Interesting Mosaic Bar Pin - Made in Italy for Turkish Market?? in the group Whadja Find Today
"A lot of micromosaic was made in Italy so that would be my default guess. You didn't show the back, but that style of mosaic doesn't generally look Victorian to me but later in the 20th century, possibly mid-century? Hopefully the back…"
Jan 15
Jeff Guy replied to House of Charm Antiques Southinc's discussion Pine Desk Chair-worth fixin'? in the group Whadja Find Today
"You didn't give closups, but the base looks a lot darker so its either different wood, or wasn't as well stripped. Different wood in the same chair usually meant there was paint involved; also a lot of Scandinavian pine was painted…"
Jan 15
Jeff Guy replied to House of Charm Antiques Southinc's discussion Pine Desk Chair-worth fixin'? in the group Whadja Find Today
"Not in my part of the world. If it had original paint, then maybe. If you are sure you can sell it for $500 then sure, but I would never expect that much for it up here in New England."
Jan 15
Jeff Guy replied to Michael's discussion Vinegar Bottle that belonged to my Great Grand Mother. Trying to find out more... - Mystery Solved, not vinegar. in the group Whadja Find Today
"The best part of your story is that your great grand mother stated quite firmly that this whiskey bottle was sold with vinegar, and only ever held vinegar. She would have been fun to meet for a drink or two..."
Jan 12
Jeff Guy replied to Mike's discussion Help Identify Carved Walnut? Trunk in the group Whadja Find Today
"Need more and better pics, the first one is way too small, also show the bottom the inside and back"
Jan 11
Jeff Guy replied to Lorraine Marie Easterling's discussion 15" water jug in the group Whadja Find Today
"All these materials and techniques are available today. Personally I don't think this has any age to it."
Jan 11
Jeff Guy replied to hannah beard's discussion old Colmans mustard jar in the group Whadja Find Today
"I disagree that it looks old, and to me looks to be from the 1980's or so as Molly first suggested."
Jan 10
Jeff Guy replied to Tonya Dalhaus's discussion Help with Trunk Identification? in the group Whadja Find Today
"Unlikely to be from the civil war, and impossible to prove without documentation. More likely to be late 19th to early 20th century. Good info about trunks here (click the links too): https://antiquetrunksandchests.com/antique-trunk-hisory/"
Jan 10
Jeff Guy replied to Lorraine Marie Easterling's discussion Stoneware vessel in the group Whadja Find Today
"Once again, just because a piece of pottery is based on an earlier style, doesn't mean that it is a vintage piece of Tarahumara. You've identified the STYLE of the piece, not where it was from (color, modeling, decoration are all similar…"
Jan 10
Jeff Guy replied to Katie Park's discussion Help identifying decanter in the group Whadja Find Today
"Similar idea and probably age here and here (turn of the century to mid-20th century). Yours is silver plate like the second but its the same idea as the first also:…"
Jan 5

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Very longtime collector. Lots of experience with furniture and wood items and metals (silver, brass, pewter, iron). Trying to learn about glass and ceramics.
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At 4:15pm on March 16, 2017, bill gilsrud said…

so your view is theres no antiqe value ? thanks 

At 3:17pm on August 14, 2013, Heidi Pink said…

I hear ya about figuring all this stuff out :) I sent you a friend request and think we need to be friends LoL so I can send you a message :) I would love to chat with you about this plate and what I'm learning :) All the best!

At 5:13am on July 30, 2013, kathy park said…

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A very big welcome to our terrific site, we hope that you get involved in many of our groups, and post some photos of your collection(s) etc with the information on yourself already on your page. When you get comfortable here please would you add an avatar picture and feel free to customize your profile page, to make it more you (easy templates provided)

Then you can start exploring the site and join as many groups as you like, let us know your interests and we can point you in the right direction as to which groups to join, if you only want specific topics. Invite some friends from the group, this is very easy and we have such a great group of people, write an article or make an announcement on our  http://iantiqueonline.ning.com/forum  (found on the main page) or post in any of the specialty group forums. Be sure to visit  Whadja Find  (tell others what you found remember to read how to post the photo’s correctly not links and add a detailed description to enable the others to give help easier). Visit the Sell My Antiques Group (where you can sell antiques, collectibles, art etc,  should you wish to sell an item) By the way....each group has its own forum and also a comment wall (like a bulletin board). Forums help keep the threads (topics) organized. You are always welcome to start a new forum in any group. The Main forum is for general announcements for the whole community. If you need further help click on the  Help Desk button at the top of your page. This feature provides answers to frequently asked questions and other tips, suggestions and information.  Should you get stuck on technical matters or need to report an issue use the "Report an Issue" button on the very bottom of your page. Please tell your friends not already on the site about us. You can invite new members by clicking on the invite button on the top of you page,

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