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Here’s How Much These Iconic Antiques From the Past 30 Years Are Worth Now

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Treasures: What is ‘tramp art’?

Treasures: Battle of Gettysburg cannonball is beautifully engraved

Treasures: Pottery company was well known for colorful cookie jars like these

Treasures: Martingale was meant for a horse

Treasures: Platter has colorful history

Treasures: Bronco toy horse most popular Mobo product

Treasures: Refinishing chair would lower its value

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Treasures: Charming chair likely started as organ stool, hall chair

Medal is from 1800s British ‘friendly society’

Treasures: Colors, condition lessen squirrel paperweight’s value

Treasures in the Attic: World’s Fair connection to cup is unclear

Bohemian mantel lusters came in a variety of colors and decorations

Antiques: Double settee put style ahead of seating comfort

Piece likely intended to be a picture frame is uncommon

Unclear Whether Szabo Painting is an original or print

Corning Ware Floral Banquet dish set is monetarily valuable

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Photograph in dollhouse furniture increases desirability

How to Value and Sell Your Antique or Vintage Collectibles

Treasures in Your Attic: Fig painting lovely, but likely has limited monetary value

Can You Ever Add Value to Your Antiques?

Jar could be from Oneota culture

Treasures in Your Attic: Pallme-Konig vase an impressive Jugendstil find

Host a Successful Estate Sale Using This In-Depth Checklist

Treasure hunt: This handsome partial bedroom set is from early 19th century

Treasures in Your Attic: Lamp might have originally been part of stand-alone sculpture

Ornate chest likely made in India

Desert Rose china is toast cover

Treasures: Alabaster lamps from early 1900s

Vases probably designed to be mantel decorations

Convertible sofa is potentially charming

Treasure hunt: A maker’s label would help with valuing this china cabinet

Treasure Hunt: Determining value of Gorham sterling silver flatware in Strasbourg pattern

Moorcraft vase is a valuable rarity

Willetts Bileek vase likely painted by hobbyist

‘Treasures in the Attic’: Dolls need to have original clothing to capture highest value

Portrait shows Napoleon’s unfortunate son in his prime

Compote appears to be authentic

Napoleon portrait atypical for artist Rudolf Hille

Inside The American Folk Art Museum’s Outsider Ball

Treasures in the Attic: Steinway square grand piano needs substantial repairs

Alice in Wonderland and German Jasperware inspired Shofu China tea set

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Treasures: Doll used for Nativity scene is bisque

Treasures in the Attic: Appraising a grandmother’s side-by-side hutch/desk

9 items in your kitchen that could be worth money

‘Treasures in the Attic’: Flatware set comes from powerhouse of American silver making

Treasures: Urns are magnificent, but not from Sevres

Treasures: Diorama is carved in the style of Black Forest

TREASURE HUNT: Wire hook suggests antique porcelain dog was not a ring holder

Card table’s refinishing hurts its value

Treasures in Your Attic: Portrait was part of scheme to sell overpriced frames

22 Savvy Garage Sale Tips to Pad Your Summer Budget

Treasures in Your Attic: Porcelain pink pigs are cute but common

Treasures in your Attic: Cut overlay vase has superb craftsmanship

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Treasures in Your Attic: Hatpins an unusual find with an unusual history

Treasures: Viennese chocolate set is attractive, but not of superior quality

Here’s How Much These Iconic Antiques From the Past 30 Years Are Worth Now

Treasures in your Attic: Patriotic nature of table raises its value

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Treasures: Leal painting tells romantic tale

VINTAGE CLASSIC: THE GOVERNOR WINTHROP DESK

Treasures: Vase’s inscription is a fraud

Treasures In Your Attic: Gibson Girl plates might fetch best price online

Finding a Qualified Art, Antiques and Collectible Appraiser

Treasures In Your Attic: Rocking chair has some pizzazz

Treasure Hunt: How to know the value of a Henry Wadsworth Longfellow book

Treasures: Newel post lamp likely from early 20th century

Treasures In Your Attic: Beautiful lemonade set hard to find complete

Treasures: Note from President Abraham Lincoln could be genuine

Here’s How Much These Iconic Antiques From the Past 30 Years Are Worth Now

A variety of unknowns make it impossible to value Roderic Montagu O’Connor artwork

Nightlight feature gives hint to age of Accurate Castings’ Gone With the Wind lamp

Treasures: Painting’s a copy, yet has some value

Antique upright pianos seldom sold for more than $500

9 Items in Your Kitchen That Could Be Worth Money

Treasures: Chinese Soapstone Carving is an Attractive Find

Treasures: Soup Tureen is a Piece of New York history

Treasures: Beautiful Victorian Vase is out of Fashion with Collectors

Treasures: Tea Set is from Famous Russian factory

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Treasures: New York Herald Page Announcing Lincoln Assassination is a Fake

Treasures: Grandfather’s Pictures are Attractive Finds

Treasures: Calendar Plate has Historical Value

Treasures: Pickard Plate Displays Lovely Art Nouveau-inspired Design

Treasures In Your Attic: Art Deco Boudoir Lamp is in Demand

Share Treasures: Etagere is not a Birdcage, but it is Lovely

Treasures: Clear Opalescent Glass is Generally the Least Desirable

Treasures: Compote’s Style Not in Fashion, Still Desirable

Treasures In Your Attic: Silver-plated centerpiece is attractive find

Treasures In Your Attic: Bigger is Usually Better with Vanguard Abstract Works

Treasures In Your Attic: Decoys appear to have been repainted, decreasing value

Treasures: Heirloom Vase Likely Made in 1880s or 1890s

Treasures In Your Attic: Saxony Spinning Wheels Fairly Common

Treasures: Lionel Barrymore Prints Were Mass-Produced

Treasures: Lily-Bet Handbag was a Florida Phenomenon