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.
Roy Rogers 1950s photo buttons, image of Roy in hat and neckerchief, celluloid on tin, set of 6, $30.
Orange lei, paper, from Hawaii exhibit at the Golden Gate Exposition, San Francisco, 1939, $75.
Royal Crown Cola display bottle, turned and painted wood, with logo and cap, 1930s, 241/2 inches, $250.
USS New York battleship toy, clockwork motor, twin latticework towers, searchlights, anchors, lifeboat, by Orkin, 25 inches, $400.
Sterling-silver dish, Francis I pattern by Reed & amp; Barton, marked, dated 1953, 8 inches, $575.
Fulper pottery cat, yellow-and-gunmetal glaze, sitting proud, red base, stamped and marked, 10 inches, $920.
Stevens & amp; Williams cut-glass vase, tall cylinder, cut with shore birds and geometric pattern, signed, 12 inches, $975.
Tiffany bronze letter rack, Chinese pattern, three compartments, ornate lines and curves on front panels, signed, 8 x 12 x 31/2 inches, $1,500.
Victorian secretary, walnut, one door, cylinder-form lid, writing table, letter-box compartments, burl panels, c. 1885, 32 x 86 x 22 inches, $2,130.
Cloth Sheppard doll, Philadelphia Baby, painted head, brown hair, rosy checks, earlobes, white cotton batiste dress with rows of tucking, c. 1900, 21 inches, $2,500.