Current antiques prices
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.
Depression glass biscuit jar, lid, Mayfair, 14 inches, $10.
Cupboard, blind-paneled door, drawer, green paint, 1900s, 18 1/2 x 19 x 35 1/2 inches, $70.
1899 calendar, Greenwich Insurance Co., “Crossing the Stream,” lithographed cardboard, full pad, 8 x 14 inches, $90.
Jack Armstrong ring, whistle, brass luster, Egyptian symbols, Wheaties premium, 1937, $115.
Bronze bell, cast panels, inscribed text, verdigris patina, Chinese, 1800s, 10 inches, $120.
Majolica compote, lion masks, allegorical handles, raised feet, H. Lonitz, Austria, c. 1890, 16 x 9 inches, $405.
Carnival glass fruit bowl, Peacock at the Fountain, ruffled edge, Renninger blue, $800.
Window cornice, neoclassical, giltwood, pediment, masque, anthemia surround, 18 x 74 inches, $920.
A. Walter figurine, two brown mice, yellow rocky base, pate de verre glass, 2 inches, $1,560.
Toy airplane, “America,” stars in circles, tri-motor, open cockpit, pilots, cast iron, aluminum, pull toy, Hubley, c. 1950, 17 x 13 inches, $2,960.