This was a necklace that we found in my mother’s jewelry collection. It seems to be a coin in good shape. Can you give me any advice on it? Should I leave it in the casing or remove it? Any information will be helpful.
Karl from Dover
What Continue reading “Treasure Hunt 21/03/25”
My sister came across these glasses at a flea market. We decided to get your input on them. They are different, but do they have any value?
Kim and Bev
Dear Kim and Bev,These glasses are fun and wild! They look like mid-century style opera glasses. That is Continue reading “Treasure Hunt 21/03/18”
This is a set of placecard holders. At least that’s what they look like to me. Curious about your thoughts.
You are right; they are placecard holders.
Your made-in-England Coalport flower placecard holders are from the Coalport potteries. They have been around since the late Continue reading “Treasure Hunt 21/03/11”
This is a bath set (commode set?) that we believe is from the 1800s. Any information you could share would be helpful.
It was most likely made during the Victorian era (mid to late 1800’s) or later. It’s unusual to find several pieces matching Continue reading “Treasure Hunt 21/03/04”
I had considered having this clock converted to battery-operated and then began to research. I believe it is a George Nelson for Howard Miller sunburst spike clock. If so, I think it would be best to leave it unaltered! I love this fun clock from my childhood home, Continue reading “Treasure Hunt 21/02/25”
My 95-year-old father recently sent me this antique creamer. (At least I think it’s a creamer!) It was handed down to him from his mother. It’s about 5.25 inches long, four inches wide and 2 inches high. My dad was curious about it and wondered what it’s worth. Continue reading “Treasure Hunt 21/02/18”
Can you give me an idea what this crock might be worth or how I can find out?
Your crock is an unusual size to have made it this far in time. They were used for pickles, lard, etc., so seeing them in good Continue reading “Treasure Hunt 21/02/11”
I recently acquired this “Emma Doll.” It was said to be a fine reproduction of an antique doll, purchased at an Amish shop in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, 13 years ago. Do you have any info you could share?
Your doll is sweet and life size. Values Continue reading “Treasure Hunt 21/02/04tr”
I have an assortment of older comics. They are not in the best condition, but I thought you might be able to provide advice as to a value, if any.
I have to start off by saying that comics is a very specific field, and Continue reading “Treasure Hunt 21/01/28”
Might you be able to suggest a good reference document or catalogue for Lionel Antique Trains (1950s)?
I’m sharing your email with readers because it’s a good question.
I think that with access to the internet you can find out any pricing and information you Continue reading “Treasure Hunt 21/01/21”