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.

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.