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.
Egg carton, cardboard, cobalt-blue lettering and images of chickens, 12 cardboard inner egg dividers, Bloomer Bros., 1930s, 5 1/2 x 7 inches, $25.
Advertising tin, “Pure Honey Hualclo Apiary,” paint can, red, green and gilt, art deco design with roses and honeybees, 1920s, 1 gallon, $95.
Penny toy, gnomes saw back and forth, tree branch, spring loaded push tab, tin lithograph, J. Meier Co., Germany, c. 1910, 4 inches, $180.
Play pen, natural wood, folding platform floor, slats with front panel & built in sliding ball toy, castors, c. 1950, 27 x 38 inches, $325.
Bronze bookends, Johnny Appleseed with shovel, rectangular plaque with molded figure, hammered backs, 1920s, 6 x 4 inches, $420.
Piano Scarf, black silk with embroidered pink flowers, green leaves and long fringe, Spain, 1930s, 49 x 49 inches, $515.
Staffordshire stirrup cup, modeled as a hound’s head, white and brown with green eyes, 1800s, $685.
Cookie board, carved walnut with tin border, mold of a German man wearing embellished coat and hat, 1800s, 23 x 8 inches, $840.
Plant stand, carved cherrywood with mother-of-pearl inlay, three tiers and stepped cornice, arched feet, Morocco, c. 1890, 40 x 16 inches, $1,100.
Bank, Uncle Sam, standing and holding out his hand, square platform base with spreadwing eagle, painted iron, 1800s, 5 x 11 inches, $1,800.