hi chuck i found it at a flea market in tampa fla it is very unusual unlike most fertility statues ive seen it seems to be of a more erotic natue. i have place a high value of $995.00 dollars(on EBAY) on it for fear of selling such (i think a rare item) for too little. i am not an expert or dealer but i do look for unusual stuff. i hope to find out more about this item before i sell it. thanks for any help.
Tis true abput the wine country, but alas, the grapes are not to my liking. A wee bit too sweet for my tastes unless it's for dessert:) I am currently awaiting a space at an antique mall called Rennigers in the Mt. Dora area of Florida. I may open a shop upon retirement-time will tell. I toom appreciate historical artifacts; I am fortunate to have many documents regarding the Missouri and WWII. Happy collecting.
The Dough Boy helmet hasn't any remains to identify. Has a big rust hole too. I actually bought that with a bunch of other WWI helmets, which I sold all fast. And I kept this for the garden of rust.
I'll keep my eyes open for things such as you want. Usually, if I see stuff like this in the flea market, I walk right by it. I wait until I find out of a house or from an individual. Anyhow, let's keep in touch.