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  1. #31

    Large Poole dish

    Last of the bunch - for now.

    Again, many thanks
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by melanieb View Post
    Last of the bunch - for now.

    Again, many thanks
    SIZE MATTERS.

    The larger the bowl is the more it is worth.

    Also the brighter the colours are, the more it is worth.

    a 6 inch diameter bowl 30 to 50 an 18inch well over 100

    in a bright metallic colours 3 or even 4 times the price of the pale colours.

    not very collectible in the Southport area.

    good luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by theantiquesman View Post
    SIZE MATTERS.

    The larger the bowl is the more it is worth.

    Also the brighter the colours are, the more it is worth.

    a 6 inch diameter bowl 30 to 50 an 18inch well over 100

    in a bright metallic colours 3 or even 4 times the price of the pale colours.

    not very collectible in the Southport area.

    good luck
    Thanks appreciate that. Are you able to give me any ideas on the other stuff I've posted please?

    As I say, I hope I will be able to meet up with you at a mutually convenient time to consider silverware and paintings, prints, etc. I've just added a cheeky little extra - signed by (I think) Hall Narper???

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    Valuation please?

    Hi, I bought these two items from a car boot today. The lady I bought them from said they were Chinese and from early 1900's. One is a teething rattle and one is a little perfume container. Thanks!
       

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    difficult to tell by looking at your photo what they are and what country they come from.

    doubt early 1900 and Chinese for the teddy bear.

    good luck
    john nolan
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    and never afraid to make a STATEMENT

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    The Harleston

    Hi there, I have an old cast iron cooker and am wondering if it's worth anything. It has the words 'The Harleston' on the facia. It was made by Moorwoods of Sheffield. It has a patent number of GB409281 from 1934. It is in fair condition, just needs cleaning up really. I've searched the internet for another example of this cooker but can only find one on ebay, which is in poor condition and is in pieces. I'm not sure if there are many, if any, others 'out there' and was wondering if you know anything about it?
    Many thanks,
    Gav.
           

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    Hi,
    You might find an interier designer who may have a client that could use it.

    Sand blasted and blackened it would take on a different look.

    Look great in the grate of a cottage.

    In that condition I could see it selling for no more than 50, but who knows how much some one would pay with the name 'Harleston' or ' Moorwoods' and looking to rebuild a cottage.

    Remember opinions are only an opinion.

    Good luck
    John

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    my email at ............jcmnolan@hotmail.com

    can be used as a secondary email address

    www.theantiquesman.com
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    VALUE MY STUFF has now reached the 200,000 views


    the exact number is

    205,840

    Good luck to you all.

    Remember the value of an item is only the opinion of the valuer.

    and then the eventual buyer.

    John Nolan
    The Antiques Man

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    Help!

    I got these 2 statues off my Mum. She remembers little about them, only that we have had them for years. I would appreciate any information you can give me, as I have no idea where to start. Thanks.
         

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    Hi, the little tiny bubbles you can see on the figures indicates they are resin, not ivory. Ivory items can be sold legitemetly if before 1947.

    This pair of figures are reproductions and have been tea stained to give the impresion of being old or antique.

    In a charity shop or carboot sale, I woould imiging 20 to 30

    good luck
    john nolan
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    and never afraid to make a STATEMENT

  12. #42

    Chinese bronze vessel

    Hi
    Please help to estimate a price of this ancient Chinese bronze vessel.
    According to the Seal scripts it looks like from Zhou Period (1045-771 BC)

    Best Regards
    Dan
         

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    Quote Originally Posted by melanieb View Post
    Last of the bunch - for now.

    Again, many thanks
    Poole Pottery

    Collectable, but prices have dropped back in recent years,

    Depending on the diameter between 20 to 50

    Good Luck.

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    William McTaggart oil painting

    Over 130,000 views to this thread. Just been asked to value an oil painting on canvas. My God this is the finest painting I have handled . It was painted at the latter part of the 19th century in Scotland by William McTaggart. 30,000 TO 50,000 I HAVE SUGGEST HE PUT IT IN CHARLES HANSON AUCTION RING ME FIRST 07714 32 22 52


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