Picked these tickets up at a yard sale last year. Would these be valuable today? I found them interesting.
Debbie in Candia
Pine Island Park is a big part of Manchester’s history. It opened in the early 1900s and closed in the early 1960s. The story Continue reading “Treasure Hunt 23/07/13”
Can you tell me anything about these folks? There is a stamp that says ‘Japan’ on the bottom. They are my wife’s and we have never used them. What do you think?
My first reaction is how fun for a barbecue even today! Continue reading “Treasure Hunt 23/07/06”
Can you tell me if people even still use alarm clocks? This was in my parents’ home for years. It still works fine. I just don’t have a need for it any longer.
Does it have value to someone?
I bet there are Continue reading “Treasure Hunt 23/06/29”
I have a question about this tiny chicken plastic charm. My mom always had it in a jewelry box. It was special to her. Would you know why? Thanks, Donna,
The special part of this Cracker Jack prize charm. Hmmm. Has to be the situation Continue reading “Treasure Hunt 23/06/22”
I have had these six luncheon plates in storage for years. I’m wondering if you can tell me anything about them and their value. Thank you!
Your Haviland Limoges plates with the Frontenac pattern were produced in the 1920s. They were part of a much Continue reading “Treasure Hunt 23/06/15”
What’s your thought on old glasses? We found three pairs in my parents’ estate. Any value to them, or are they throw-aways?
Antique spectacles are some of the most common pieces to find in old estates.
There is a long and interesting history that Continue reading “Treasure Hunt 23/06/08”
Is my mom’s mother’s recipe book of any interest or value to anyone? I have all the recipes I need and hate to toss it. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks for your time. Enjoy reading your responses in the Hippo.
I’m laughing because my Continue reading “Treasure Hunt 23/06/01”
I have these five salt dishes with stamps from Prussia. No chips, perfect condition. Can you give me the value for these?
Your salt dishes by CS Prussia were produced in the late 1800’s or early 1900’s. That is what the blue mark on the bottom Continue reading “Treasure Hunt 23/05/25”
Here’s a photo of a desk that has been in our family since the 1920s. Can you tell us anything about it? We were living in Michigan at the time.
Nice clean piece of furniture. It could have even been manufactured in Michigan.
It Continue reading “Treasure Hunt 23/05/18”
Our daughter got these two pieces about 20 years ago in Somerville, Mass. and was told they were antiques. We can’t find any markings. The bureau hardware is not original to the bureau.
She has moved to the West Coast and asked us to sell these pieces. We Continue reading “Treasure Hunt 23/05/11”