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At 7:29am on July 30, 2010, Chicago Retro said…
Hey Debbie, If you still have the Coca-cola Items you might try posting them in the Coca-cola group - hpfully you could sell them through that venue - Here's the link to join it --- http://iantiqueonline.ning.com/group/vintagecocacolacollectiblesgroup
At 7:15pm on June 30, 2010, Saco River Auction Co said…
Hi, are the 14 photos you have the items you were talking about?
At 10:49pm on June 28, 2010, C. Dianne Zweig Editor's Desk said…
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At 5:04pm on June 28, 2010, Chicago Retro said…
unfortunatly the shipping would blow the profit margins --- But I'll keep you posted if anyone sharts looking -- Thanx
At 4:49pm on June 28, 2010, Chicago Retro said…
so, 93-2 is probably a mold number, meening that this is probebly a poured and handpainted pottery class piece, a very nice mold design but still just an art class piece you just dumping the mix and fire it in the kiln - the only value is in what the onlooker is willing too pay, here in the chicago area I would venture too say that the market would bear about $30 for the set with the right buyer
At 3:26pm on June 28, 2010, Chicago Retro said…
btw - pepsi is so better than coke
At 3:23pm on June 28, 2010, Chicago Retro said…
the lamps are probably 1950's or 60's victorian revival (repros) originals would have been fully porcelain and not cloth dressed - there still nice though and collectible as many people like figural lamps in my shop they would go between $100 and $130 for the pair but the market can very greatly in different areas so it could be more or less in your area
At 3:20pm on June 28, 2010, Chicago Retro said…
are there any markings on it, on the bottom a name or number or anything impressed, secondly on the base of the stines can you tell the color of the material and if you can tell from feel and look if it is porcelain or more of a clay or stoneware?
 
 
 

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