Friday, August 13, 2010
Submitted by Stacey:
Hello! I have come across a picture of J.F. Kennedy and am interested in finding out the value of it and possibly selling it. It is an 8x10 picture that has a little wear around the edges. The bottom right corner has the words Harris & Ewing, Washington DC pressed into the picture.
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Wednesday, August 11, 2010
Submitted by Lisa:
I am attempting to value an item my great aunt gave to me. She was a collector of diverse antiques. What she gave to me is a glass that had Ulysees S. Grant's face and name imprinted in the base of the glass, so that you would see this image after drinking to the bottom of the glass. It is definitely from the era, as it has the purplish cast that I've noticed in 1800s glass. There are no chips. The glass is between the size of today's rocks glass and a normal drinking glass. Do you have a guess as to its value? Thanks for your help.
Submitted by Kelli:
I found this little ribbon in a book it is president Taft, its 2 inches long and in good shape. My question is about the value, and how rare it is. I would like to sell it if it is worth anything. Thank you for your knowledge and time.
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