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.
WWI rations tin, bacon, “Model of 1916” embossed on lid, green paint, rounded rectangle with flip lid, c. 1910, 2 1/2 x 7 inches, $15.
Draughts and Chess game, Red Cross “services” set, plastic pieces with oilcloth board and cardboard box, P.O.W. parcel, 1940s, 13 x 13 inches, $50.
Bronze badge, Labor Day-Hawthorne Park, round with bullion work border, Pacific Regalia Mfg., c. 1920s, $110.
Skyscraper ring, sterling-silver and marcasite with red garnet cabochon center, geometric art deco design, 1920s, Size 6, 1 inch long, $180.
Cigarette case, Mozart and Madame de Pompadour, embossed scene, silver plate with beechwood interior, c. 1905, 1 1/5 x 8 inches, $335.
Elephant toy, stands on metal frame with wooden wheels, stuffed with excelsior, original eyes and saddle, France, 1910s, 8 inches, $535.
Hat box, lacquered cardboard, brown leather color, round with flip lid, fabric lined, side latches and top handle, France, c. 1905, 10 x 18 inches, $920.
Fireplace fire back, cast iron with raised relief, maiden with a harp in a field of cattails and crescent moon in sky, c. 1890, 25 x 20 inches, $1,100.
Continental Typewriter, glass keyboard and metal body in black with wooden case, Wanderer-Werke, c. 1913, 18 x 28 inches, $1,950.
Library cabinet, wood, 120-card catalog drawers and three pull-out reference shelves, Library Bureau Makers, c. 1910, 72 x 40 inches, $4,000.