Current prices for antiques

FF Editor
Farm Forum

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.

Postcard, embossed “Memorial Day Souvenir,” Betsy Ross making the first flag, stars and stripes, c. 1905, 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches, $25.

Snuff box, lift lid, hammered brass, oval cartouche with beaded frame, Hungary, c. 1905, 2 x 3 inches, $65.

Cup and saucer, cup with orange peel pattern and petal rim, saucer with painted roses and scalloped rim, Westmoreland, 1906, 4 x 6 inches, $110.

Water sprinkler, figural duck, cast iron, rusty orange color, angled spouts on top of head, c. 1920s, 6 x 13 inches, $200.

Tricycle, wood, paint and metal, spoked wheels, shaped plank seat, handle bar, 1800s, Marked, Haywood Wakefield, 19 x 22 inches, $315.

Souvenir, cuff bracelet, sterling silver and enamel, etched with travel landmarks in Vienna, Austria, c. 1905, 2 x 7 inches, $460.

Train-whistle sign, “W,” Pennsylvania Railroad, iron, angular shape, orange and black, mounting hole, 1910s, 16 x 16 inches, $650.

Desktop telephone, black metal with bakelite receiver, rotary dial, rubber cord, round base, Art Deco style, Western Electric, 1925, $905.

Butler’s tray, Victorian, mahogany, turned hinged stand, front loading two-plank tray, shaped side handles, c. 1850, 48 x 32 inches, $1,255.

Wine cabinet, French Renaissance, walnut with marble interior, barley twist columns, drawer, carved pendant, 1800s, 47 x 20 inches, $2,250.