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.
Parfait cup, Vaseline glass, yellow to clear, etched vines and flowers, trumpet shape, round foot, 1920s, 5 inches, pair, $25.
Peanut butter jar, Morris Supreme Peanut Butter, glass, yellow and black label, red metal cap, ribbed, Hazel Atlas, c. 1935, $80.
Engraving, copper, Seminole Indian warriors, tattoo covered bodies, holding bow and arrows, headdress, c. 1828, 6 x 9 inches, $145.
Game, Ouija board, wood and veneer, canted corners, black letters and symbols, printed instructions, William Fuld, 1915, 12 x 18 inches, $300.
Cigarette case, carved wood, Air force wings and spinning propeller, olive wood, red streaks, eight slots, World War II, 1940s, $330.
Textile, saddle blanket, wool, scalloped mandala center, brown and cream, fringe, southwestern, 1920s, 75 x 59 inches, $425.
Compass, pocket, sterling-silver case and top loop, magnifying glass, F. Barker & Son, 1880s, 11/2 inch diameter, $710.
Pewter platter, oval, embossed, running boar, relief border, pinecones and flowers, marked, Kayser Zinn, Germany, c. 1905, 13 x 20 inches, $900.
Buffet, cherry, bowfront, seven drawers, brass bale handles, tapered square legs, c. 1930, 38 x 60 inches, $1,400.
Advertising sign, “Campbell’s Tomato Soup, 10 cents,” porcelain, figural, bracket, red and white, 1920s, 13 x 24 inches, $1,650.