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.
Halloween postcard, little boy, carving a jack o’ lantern, seated, girl in blue dress, standing above, watching, signed, c. 1905, $20.
Bottle, poison, arsenic, Columbia pharmacy H.G. Duerfeldt, amber glass, stopper, 1920s, 18 x 9 inches, $75.
Purse, nurses bag, textured leather, solid metallic frame, brass, side slide latches, top handle and clasp, 1920s, 7 x 7 inches, $140.
Game, the black cat fortune telling game, seated cat, multicolor, cardboard and paper, gilding, Parker Brothers, 1800s, 7 x 5 inches, $300.
Ashtray, Iron Fireman Coal Co., figural machine age robot tin man, shoveling coal, marked, AC Rehberger, c. 1925, 5 x 7 inches, $425.
Rosebowl, Carnival glass, amethyst swirl, hobnail, ringfoot, iridescent purple, blue and gold, Millersburg, c. 1905, 4 x 4 inches, $725.
Cake platter, Majolica, shell and seaweed pattern, scalloped shells rim, pink, green and teal blue, marked, c. 1880s, 14 x 10 inches, $900.
Robe, vestment, high clergy cloak, embroidered flowers, gold thread, corded fringe, open front, hood, France, c. 1750, $1690
Cupboard, oak, French gothic, half octagonal shape, carved panels, arched lower frame, shelf, block legs, c. 1860, 59 x 42 inches, $2,000.
Painting, oil on board, golfers in action, swinging clubs on course, wood frame, signed, Wm Rowland, 1930s, 13 x 15 inches, set of four, $4,500.