Around the nation
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.
Kentucky Derby horse-racing tumbler, 1952, $155.
Bire-Ley's sign, 4 different flavors of pop, "For Real Fruit Taste Drink Bire-Ley," die-cut tin, 36 x 15 inches, $165.
World's Fair Viewer, mechanical, tin lithograph, Pecopic hold-to-light viewer from 1933 Chicago Century of Progress, with reel of exhibits, 4 x 11/2 x 25/8 inches, $230.
Mary Gregory barber bottle, egg-shape body, tapering to lady's-leg neck, tooled mouth, grass-green enamel, boy in garden in white, 81/2 inches, $275.
Franciscan candy dish, Desert Rose pattern, egg shape, cover, 31/2 x 6 inches, $500.
Dollhouse furniture, canopy bed, side table, piano, settee, chairs, Gottschalk, c. 1885, $575.
Seder plate, rose ground, yellow-and-brown design, aqua border, flower in center, early 1900s, 9 inches, $585.
Mettlach stein, rugby game, pewter lid, etched, No. 2285, 1/4 liter, $965.
Revolving bookcase, Edwardian, mahogany inlay, ogee feet, c. 1900, 31 x 20 inches, $1,435.
Dentist mechanical bank, pulling tooth from man's mouth, J. & amp;E. Stevens Co., cast iron, c. 1880, $8,250.