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.
Stoneware jug, cobalt-blue plum-shaped flower on vine, stamped label reads "Hart Bro's, Fulton, N.Y.," 143/4 inches, $175.
Pewter coffeepot, lighthouse form, tapered sides, raised bands, flared base, scrolled handle, dome lid, ball finial, Roswell Gleason, 1822-1871, 11 inches, $385.
Queen Anne-style tea table, mahogany, cabriole legs, pad feet, scalloped apron, molded top, candle slides at either end, 1940s, 28 x 18 x 25 inches, $430.
Lunchbox, Munsters in Munstermobile, King Seeley, Thermos, 1960s, $535.
Ella Smith's Alabama baby doll, c. 1915, cloth, oil-painted facial features, brown hair with bangs, 1-piece arms and legs, jointed at shoulders and hips, 13 inches, $615.
Steiff mohair chimp, brown curly hair, swivel head, felt face with brown glass eyes, stitched open mouth, white beard, rust velvet vest, 1950s, 25 inches, $810.
Mother-of-pearl sewing necessaire, opalescent, oval case, hinged, red velvet lining, gold-plated scissors, awl, needle case and threader, thimble, France, c. 1875, $1,685.
Tiffany & amp; Co. sterling pitcher, oval, cylindrical neck, short spout, floral design, embossed Moorish-style leaves, floral ear handle, 1875, 7 inches, $3,820.