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.
Brass and cast-iron tire pump, F.E. Meyers & amp; Bro., patented 1894, 26 inches, $125.
"Twilight Zone" board game, Ideal, 1964, $200.
Hills Bros. Coffee thermometer, porcelain, Beach-Coshocton, Ohio, 1915, 21 inches by 9 inches, $305.
Kewpie doll, all bisque, loop-jointed arms, starfish hands, impish smile, blue wings, original brown wig, Rose O'Neill, c. 1915, 51/2 inches, $415.
Moser vase, green, shouldered form, raised green and red fish, enameled seaweed, 111/2 inches, $630.
Royal Worcester game platter, pheasants and chicks, blue printed border, bird's head and wing-form handles, green and gold, c. 1893, 173/4 inches, $760.
Sampler, silk thread, shades of ivory, green, gold and brown on linen, floral border, house, trees, fence, "1822 Elizabeth Graham, age 10," 17 inches by 17 inches, $920.
Detroit Tigers bandanna, 1907, fierce tiger, Wild Bill Donovan and Ty Cobb, manager Hughie Jennings, gold and black, 17 inches by 17 inches, $1,255.
Sheraton breakfast table, pedestal base, mahogany, saber legs, brass paw feet, 2 drawers, single leaf, 48 inches, $1,725.
Salesman's sample stove, Karr Qualified Range, Belleville, Ill., cobalt-blue speckled porcelain, nickel plate, rolled lid warming oven, 21 inches by 13 inches, $4,290.