Current prices for antiques

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.

Toy car, Triumph 7R3 roadster, convertible, diecast metal, green paint, rubber tires, Tootsietoy, 1950s, 1 x 3 inches, $15.

Carnival glass relish dish, deviled eggs, pink and gold iridescent, 15 sections, ribbed circle center, c. 1910, 111/2 inches, diameter, $80.

Trench lighter, pocket watch case, brass, round, spreadwing eagle, arrows, 14-star shield, original wick, World War I, c. 1910, $145.

Bank, turkey shape, tail feathers up, cast iron, red paint, patina, A.C. Williams, c. 1910, 31/2 x 3 inches, $160.

Cufflinks, sterling silver, turquoise scarab, pharaoh and King Tut amulet, rope and bead design, c. 1910, 11/4 x 3/4 inches, pair, $225.

Royal Dux, figurine, woman, hiking barefoot with dog, wearing cape, hat and bag, marked, c. 1910, 91/4 inches, $300.

Toaster, porcelain, two pop-up bread slots, white and gilt, reeded handles, scroll and dot design, settings, Porcelier, 1930s, $500.

Compact, goldtone ormolu, guilloche enamel flowers, pearls, beveled mirror, silk embroidered powder puff, c. 1880, 2 x 3 inches, $1,025.

Chemistry lab table, two swing stools, pull out writing boards, four drawers, cabinet doors, iron handles, 1920s, 31 x 60 inches, $2,800.

Lampshade, blue and caramel slag glass, panels, cream colored frame, scroll and swag openwork, dome shape, crown, c. 1920, 10 x 18 inches, $5,200.