Current price 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.

WWII photograph, V-J Day parade, soldiers in car with American and “Don’t Tread On Me” flags, black and white, 1945, 3 x 4 inches, $10.

Sports sign, Little Leaguers, baseball player at bat, ball stitch design, crescent shape, wooden with white and red paint, 1950s, 10 x 20 inches, $55.

Advertising display rack, Tom’s Peanuts, metal open crisscross design, 2 shelves, red and silver, 1950s, 14 x 9 inches, $165.

Brass inkwell, the Mayflower, tall ship, textured square base with removable ink pot, 1920s, 5 x 5 inches, $280.

Wedgwood platter, Peace pattern with dove and olive branch, flaming torch and quiver of feathers, garland border, c. 1880, 17 x 14 inches, $495.

Apple peeler-corer, cast iron, hand crank and gears, table mountable, marked Rival No. 2, Pat. date June 25, 1889, 15 x 27 inches, $600.

Punch bowl, pink and purple grapes with gold trim, teal enamel pedestal foot, Tressemann & Vogt, France, c. 1900, 7 x 16 inches, $975.

Mantel clock, carved wood with brass dial, turned pillars and peaked roof with finial, musical alarm on disc, Germany, c. 1880, $1,800.

Carved wood crucifix, Jesus Christ on cross with crown of thorns, hand-painted, icon from a Mexican church, c. 1870, 49 x 24 inches, $2,600.

Chiffonier, regency, rosewood and brass, central open bookshelf, pleated silk and brass grill doors, gallery top, c. 1820, 49 x 53 inches, $3,725.