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.
Soda bottle, cobalt-blue spout, neck, Laubenheimer & Kohl, c. 1875, 101/4 inches, $60.
Ring, Kellogg’s premium, Tom Corbett, Space Cadet, portrait, silver luster, c. 1952, $100.
Mettlach Stein, no. 812, relief, figures, horn shape handle, pewter lid, 11/2 liter, $420.
Inkstand, Rococo, sterling, cut glass, oval, two wells, pierced feet, Thomas Bradbury & Sons, Sheffield, c. 1854, 12 inches, $440.
Rocking horse, wood, gray, white, red paint, hair tail, leather saddle, bridle, 1800s, 25 x 32 inches, $480.
Cabinet, Arts & Crafts, oak, two-panel doors, carved sides, iron hardware, legs, c. 1900, 49 x 61 inches, $565.
Mechanical bank, Paddy & the Pig, sitting, J & E Stevens, 7 x 8 inches, $610.
Rug, Kerman, red ground, medallion, spandrels, stylized flower borders, 10 feet 2 inches x 15 feet 8 inches, $615.
Carnival glass, Morning Glory, funeral vase, marigold, 121/2 inches, $625.
Humidor, monkey head shape, hat lid, bow tie pipe holders, multicolor, pottery, 1800s, 81/2 x 61/2 inches, $715.