Oct. 11: Current 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.
Halloween, costume, witch, black fabric, laced bodice, skirt, cape and pointy hat with embroidered black cat decoration, c. 1940, adult size, skirt 40-inch waist, $95.
Dinnerware set, midcentury modern, turquoise center with turquoise and pink stylized flowers and black stems, white ground, dinner and salad plates, bowls, cups and saucers, Impromptu, Iroquois, Ben Seibel, dinner plate 10 inches, 30 pieces, $125.
Jewelry, ring, oval lapis stone, bezel set in raised oval disc, sterling silver mount, marked inside band "Georg Jensen, Denmark, 925," stone 5/8 inches, ring size 6, $250.
Perfume bottle, Passion by Elizabeth Taylor, amethyst glass, art deco style, stepped fan body with center gilt diamond, gilt corded neck, flared fan stopper, factice (store display), 12 1/2 inches, $375.
Clothing, belt, black patent leather, trompe l'oeil chain buckle, stamped "Chanel Made in France," 1990s, box, 34 1/2 inches, $490.
Toy, wagon, pine, brown wash outside, yellow pinstripe panel and scrollwork, gray wash inside, cast iron spoked wheels and axles painted red, Victorian, c. 1890, 7 x 16 x 10 inches, $560.
Alabaster urn, Neoclassical style, lobed bowl, extended handles with grotesque masks, pedestal base with beaded, leafy and egg and dart details, 15 x 17 inches, $985.
Furniture, table, Magazine Tree, stained and lacquered mahogany, five tiers with slightly raised sides, trestle feet, Edward Wormley for Dunbar, c. 1950, 25 x 28 x 16 inches, $1,250.
Tin, barn star, 10-point compass star, original polychrome paint, iron rod, six-point star counterweight, weathered finish, American, late 1800s, 32 x 45 inches, $3,125.
Clock, train station, cast bronze, square column support, octagonal base with four windows, Neoclassical decoration, scrolling leaves, torches, acorns, four stone faces, four original Type B-2 electric movements, Warren Telechron Co., 1926-1930s, 51 x 19 x 19 inches, $5,000.