Current prices are recorded from antiques shows, flea markets, sales and auctions throughout the United States. Prices vary in different locations because of local economic conditions.
Henkels Flour cookbook, "Good Things to Eat," Commercial Milling Co., Detroit, 1934, 65 pages, $20.
Coffee mill, box type, one drawer, box joints, cast-iron crank, handle with wooden knob, domed hopper, c. 1900, $45.
Life & amp; Legend of Wyatt Earp game, Transogram, 1958, $70.
Michelin Man ashtray, Bakelite, black base, white man, 1930s, $110.
Quinine Tonic bottle, Manufactured by G.T.B. Chemical Co., Lexington, Ky., 8 inches, $145.
Franciscan ware chop plate, Wildflower pattern, 12 inches, $300.
Donald Duck night light, 1930s, $495.
Arranbee Nancy Lee doll, plastic head, blue sleep eyes, red nail polish, red plaid taffeta dress, leatherette skates, 20 inches, $510.
Coverlet, jacquard, flowers, vines, weeping-willow border, greens, white and brown, 1859, 37 x 86 inches, $910.
William IV drop-leaf Pembroke table, mahogany, rolled edge, turned reeded legs, c. 1830, 29 inches, $1,065.