Thursday, February 25, 2016
Submitted by Rick: This plate has been in family for many years, would like to know if it has value? Thank you. Rick If you can help Rick, please click on the comment button and provide your feedback. Thank you!
Saturday, February 6, 2016
Tuesday, June 16, 2015
Sunday, June 7, 2015
I have a woven portrait of FDR that was issued on the occasion of the liberation of Belgium. This piece served a dual purpose, both as a celebratory item for the liberation, as well as an FDR memorial piece. It was woven by a Belgian concern (Edmond Meert, 1869-1961) in appreciation and “Presented as a tribute of thankfulness to their American friends.” These words are woven into the bottom of the portrait. The dates sewn into the piece are 1932-1945 (the year of his death), as well as the black band in the upper corner for the memorial piece. (Please see the attached photo) Submitted by: Amy Can you help Amy identify the value of this item? If so, please click on the comment button
See no evil hear no evil speak no evil. Richard Nixon sculpture. It is about 5 inches long and 4 inches high. Submitted by Donna. Can you help Donna find more information on this item? If so please click on the comment button. Thanks!
Tuesday, May 26, 2015
Submitted by Gary: This large rubber ball was given to my friends Dad from the President of the USA in 1937. It was a gift that the president of Brazil gave president Roosevelt. Pics Attached , not sure what the writing means. He wants to sell it, I told him I would advertise it for him. Can you tell me what it is worth. The ball measures 24 inches long and 12 inches high. It was made from the Brazilian Rubber Trees. Blessings, Gary If you can help Gary please click on the comments button or email us at email@example.com
Monday, February 2, 2015
I have a McKinley metal pin. Could I send you a picture of it? I'd like just an idea what it might be worth. On the back it says Sound money protection. Submitted by Bea. If you can help Bea please click on the comment button to send her a message. Thanks!