Some of the items we've sold recently on ebay.



An 1890 cabinet photo by Morrow of Yankton, D.T. (Dakota Territory therefore pre-1890)

This sold for a breathtaking $1,050!


A spectacular period tiffany style lamp with leaded shade and 6 curved slag glass panels

 bought at a local auction and sold for $530.


An Ed Stellmacher 1880 bust - $400



An 1890 doctor's buggy with full provenance

It sold on ebay for $2600 and was bought by Kim, a lovely Texan who drove 1100 miles from Austin without any sleep in 20 hours to pick it up!  She then loaded it into her trailer and drove back!



A cute half mannequin that sold for $360.



Some odds bought at a local auction including Donatello, Doulton and dropped rose.



"Toilet Tallulah the tippling tart from Tinseltown"!

She won us the ebay ugly competition thanks to the help from our friends on the ebay pottery and porcelain chat board!



A pair of Rookwood raven bookends that fetched $575 

A pair of 1895 Royal Worcester figurines-$665


A 1910 22 page pamphlet about the self winding clocks of Chicago.  Dog-eared and creased - $365!



A 1910 electric bank clock that fetched $650.  We sold the instruction book separately for $160!



A Victorian Frodsham clock of gilded ormolu with hand painted porcelain panels-$650



One of many Royal Worcester pieces bought from a local auction.- $160


We even sold this 8'6" wingspan radio controlled model J3 Cub!  

And here's the Doctor who bought it and flew his own plane from Florida to pick it up!