Current prices are recorded from antiques shows, flea markets, sales and auctions throughout the United States. Prices vary in different locations because of local economic conditions.
Campbell Kids print, “Tomato is a Fruit,” blackboard, textured paper, 1970s, 8 x 10 inches, $15.
Pewter plate, round, Samuel Pierce, double touch mark, c. 1790, 8 inches, $105.
Wave Crest glass dresser box, oval, blue, pink flowers, enameled, marked “Kelva, CFM Co.,” 51/2 x 4 inches, $240.
Carriage lamp, silver plated, two gothic arches, glass panels, electrified, 1800s, 421/2 inches, $295.
Tea caddy, mahogany, casket shape, lion’s head handles, ivory, brass, 8 x 12 inches, $355.
Coca-Cola tray, woman wearing yellow dress, wide white hat, 1920, 13 x 11 inches, $360.
Metal inkwell, figural, woman sitting in bathtub, copper surface, glass well, footed, Kercher Baths, Congress & Wabash, Chicago, c. 1916, 23/4 x 4 inches, $415.
Montblanc fountain pen set, propelling pencil, black hard rubber, clip, 1920s, baby size 0, $560.
Tiffany glass bowl, Favrile, iridescent gold, intaglio cut vine & leaf, flared rim, signed, 1925, 31/2 x 8 inches, $750.
Weather vane, running horse, full bodied, copper, zinc head, gilt, tan paint, Dexter, c.1890, 181/2 x 311/2 inches, $1,530.