Current prices are recorded from antiques shows, flea markets, sales and auctions throughout the United States. Prices vary because of local economic conditions.
Bat Masterson toy cane, black with silver engraved top, by Carnell, 1958, 30 inches, $45.
Jadite butter dish and cover, Depression glass, 1 pound, $100.
Tin sign, "Drink Grape Ola, It's Real Grape, For Sale Here," red, yellow and black, W.F. Robertson Steel & amp; Iron Co., Springfield, Ohio, 1920s, 13 x 19 inches, $330.
Wooden foot warmer, mortised frame, turned posts, tin panels, punched diamonds, "Foot stove of Susan Ann Hankinson 1840, died Feb. 11th 1884," 7 x 8 x 5 inches, $360.
Coverlet, grapevines with grapes, geometric design, blue, green and red on white, "F.E. Hesse, Weaver, Logan, Ohio, 1860," 70 x 911/2 inches, $440.
Charlie Chaplin condiment set, china, Charlie in center of two bowls with lids, Germany, 1920s, 51/2 inches, $475.
Brass traveling writing set, 2 inkwells, brush, pen and candlestick, leather exterior, brass interior, early 19th century, 5 x 3 inches, $650.
Staffordshire sugar bowl, dark-blue transfer scene of a man on a low sled pulled by two galloping horses, deer and woods in background, 61/2 inches, $770.
Cast-iron garden chair, white paint, openwork design of fern leaves and berries, scrolling design on seat, cast signature "Glen," 16 inches, pair, $935.
Clown on globe mechanical bank, cast iron, by J & amp;E Stevens Co., c. 1890, $2,400.