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.
Poison bottle, "Poison-Poison," golden-yellow amber, smooth base, tooled lip, label reads "Mercury Bichloride, Poison," Upjohn Co., c. 1890-1910, 33/8 inches, $95.
Russel Wright carafe, Iroquois Casual pattern, pink sherbet, $200.
Sulphide marble, girl sitting in chair, bubble around figure, 19/16 inches, $260.
Russian silver cigarette case, rectangular form, rounded sides, Troika scene, foliage, Moscow, dated 1885, 41/2 inches, $450.
Griswold roaster No. 5, with trivet, oval, $495.
Arranbee Nancy Lee doll, plastic head, blue sleep eyes, red nail polish, red plaid taffeta dress, leatherette skates, 20 inches, $510.
Pine slant-lid work desk, molded edge, 2 interior wells, 2 drawers, square legs, c. 1840, 34 x 61 x 26 inches, $1,150.
Netsuke, Daikoku, god of farmers, with attendants, shown with his mallet, a rat and two small boys, Japanese, $1,500.
Lambeth Doulton stoneware figural group, The Cockneys at Brighton, mice in rowboat, swelling wave, 1886, incised monograms, 57/8 inches, $6,600.
Louis Vuitton steamer trunk, with ironing board, original handles and brackets, with Cunard White Star label, 43 inches, $8,750.