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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.
Currier & Ives print, Sinking of the Cumberland, lithograph, hand-colored, frame, 1800s, 17 x 21 inches, $60.
Orrefors bowl, clear, frosted dancing nude women, birds, deer, hexagonal, signed Simon Gate, c. 1945, 3 x 8 x 9 inches, $185.
Staffordshire group, Tithe Pig, minister, man holding pig, woman with baby, tree, c. 1830, 6 1/2 inches, $200.
Barber pole, carved wood, red and white paint, c. 1900, 67 inches, $240.
Indian Motorcycle sign, yellow-and-red logo, wood, round, Springfield, Mass., 1900s, 24 inches, $440.
Apron, flowers, rockwork embroidery, silk, shadowbox frame, Chinese, 50 x 25 inches, $610.
Chair, grain-painted, gilt stencils, turned crest rails, double cornucopia splats, ring-turned legs, c. 1825, 34 inches, pair, $620.
Print, Le Tresor Coree, Japanese woman holding small child, signed Paul Jacoulet, c. 1940, 19 x 14 inches, $710.
Doorstop, Old Salt sailor, cast iron, painted, black face, yellow slicker, holding knife, early 20th century, 14 inches, $1,650.
Schwinn bicycle, Black Phantom, painted black and red, chrome, leather seat, balloon tires, boy’s, c. 1955, 20 inches, $4,025.