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.
Yellowware mixing bowl, brown-and-white band, 1900s, 141/2 inches, $110.
Pee Wee the Astrakhan toy lamb, black, rubber-foam stuffed, white felt-lined ears, embroidered nose, 1950s, Vogue, 9 inches, $145.
Better Yet Salted Peanut tin, two black boys clutching large peanut, Old Dominion Peanut Corp., Norfolk, Va., 10 pound, 91/2 x 71/2 inches, $275.
National Brass cash register No. 317, candy-store style, milk-glass tray, 17 x 10 inches, $325.
Jacquard coverlet, two-piece, dark blue, green, red and natural, rose medallions and snowflakes, corner reads & quot;Henry Keever, Womelsdorf, 1844, & quot; applied fringe, 76 x 96 inches, $345.
Cut-glass pokal-style drinking glass, baluster-cut stem, engraved woodland and castle scene on bowl, 1880s, 15 inches, $440.
American Renaissance Revival metamorphic armchair, mahogany, tufted red silk upholstery, reclining backrest and retractable footrest, circular turned legs, c. 1880, $705.
Howdy Doody's Flub-a-Dub marionette, composition head, wooden body, flannel clothes, felt flippers, Peter Playpal, Kagran Corp., copyright, 1950, $905.
Waltzing couple automaton, gentleman in tails, lady in ballgown, dance around ballroom floor gazing at each other, tin, clockwork, Guntherman, 8 inches, $1,150.
Galle enameled glass smoking set, tumbler and tray, amber glass, pink lilies, blue and red stems, verse, 1880, $3,055.