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hannah beard replied to Tom Jacomet's discussion Help identify vintage belt buckle possibly military in the group Whadja Find Today
"Sorry Tom I didn't mean to offend you, I merely meant that there are some historical similarities to the Freemasons and other "closed" societies many of whom were driven to secrecy in the UK due to government mistrust around the time…"
Saturday
hannah beard replied to Tom Jacomet's discussion Help identify vintage belt buckle possibly military in the group Whadja Find Today
"Hello Tom you have an indipendant order of Odd Fellows patriarchs militant branch buckle, the order first formed in the US in 1841 and they are a Masonic style secretive organisation. There aren't too many of them about and it's probably…"
Saturday
Christine Sabol replied to hannah beard's discussion Old Suchard bisquit?/money tin in the group Whadja Find Today
"You know, I have it put away, but I will try and get it out and I'll let you know."
Jul 6
hannah beard replied to Jim Hoyt's discussion Anyone have any ideas about this hutch? in the group Whadja Find Today
"That's a beauty!"
Jul 6
hannah beard replied to hannah beard's discussion Old Suchard bisquit?/money tin in the group Whadja Find Today
"Hi Christine, I think the slot is original Tom it looks perfectly cut and the edges have the same patina as the rest of the tin, at a guess most of them were probably used as piggy banks and got destroyed in the process, a child's fidgity…"
Jul 6
Christine Sabol replied to hannah beard's discussion Old Suchard bisquit?/money tin in the group Whadja Find Today
"I think it's an old tin that was used as a "piggy bank". The key hole is there to open it and get the money out. I have one similar to yours with a slot in it also."
Jul 6
tomsantiquesetcetera replied to hannah beard's discussion Old Suchard bisquit?/money tin in the group Whadja Find Today
"I'd guess a short, common, clock-winding key would open it. Most locksmiths can provide a key if you can't find one that fits. With a key included selling is much easier and increases the value too, if that's your intention. Is the…"
Jul 6
hannah beard replied to hannah beard's discussion Windsor chair in the group Whadja Find Today
"Thanks Jeff I've just ordered fake fraud and genuine, I already take every opportunity to visit auctions, antique shops etc. I think I need to start asking far more questions! Thanks for the good advice."
Jul 6
Molly replied to hannah beard's discussion Windsor chair in the group Whadja Find Today
"ME, TOO!"
Jul 6
Jeff Guy replied to hannah beard's discussion Windsor chair in the group Whadja Find Today
"If you want to learn furniture, you need to look at a lot of authentic antiques, and you need to get reference books. Look for local museums or historical societies and high priced antique stores. Ask questions. Buy or take books from the library.…"
Jul 6
Molly replied to hannah beard's discussion old Colmans mustard jar in the group Whadja Find Today
"Very befitting..."
Jul 5
hannah beard replied to hannah beard's discussion old Colmans mustard jar in the group Whadja Find Today
"Just to resurrect this old thread I finally had a response from Unilever! The original artwork was by John Hassel and first published in "The Poster" in June 1898 this was subsequently used on jars for the first shipments of Colman's…"
Jul 5
hannah beard replied to hannah beard's discussion Windsor chair in the group Whadja Find Today
"Hi Jeff mine doesn't have stretchers but it is fairly sturdy, I'm fascinated by the different techniques employed in the making of these but it's not easy to learn! What are the pointers to look for in a factory made chair compared to…"
Jul 5
Jeff Guy replied to hannah beard's discussion Windsor chair in the group Whadja Find Today
"This is a factory made English-style Windsor made in the 20th century. Molly found a very close match (I think yours might have stretchers too though can't be seen because of where you took your pictures from?) If you are in the UK and want to…"
Jul 5
Molly replied to hannah beard's discussion Windsor chair in the group Whadja Find Today
Jul 5
Molly replied to hannah beard's discussion Windsor chair in the group Whadja Find Today
"I found the closest match to yours, thus far.  The main difference is your chair does not appear to have stretchers?  That is a little odd, I think. http://www.antiquechairmatching.com/chairs/793-oak-carver-wanted.html"
Jul 5

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