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.

Redware cake mold, round with scalloped rim, raised spiral grooves, center post, pumpkin-orange glaze, 3 x 10 inches, $45.

Stover Junior waffle iron for children, No. 8, cast iron, wood-handle grips, original box, 71‚Ñ4 x 7 inches, $75.

Boob McNutt doll, oilcloth, painted features, Star Co., made by Averill, N.Y., copyright 1923, 34 inches, $100.

Bakelite dangling cherries pin, 8 carved variegated red cherries, 5 celluloid leaves, red bar pin, 3 inches, $125.

Mr. Peanut peanut-butter jar, Planters Peanuts, orange metal snap-on lid, 1940s, unused, 8 oz., $150.

Enterprise No. 1 coffee mill, cast iron, original black paint, red and gold highlights, flowers and medallion design, hinged cover, drawer, 123‚Ñ4 x 101‚Ñ2 x 6 inches, $175.

“The Twilight Zone” game, spinner, “Closed Door” blocking cards, Cayuga Productions, 1964, 18 x 19 inches, $230.

Quezal art glass vase, blown long neck and flared rim, bulbous bottom, swirled iridescent blue-green, on yellow-orange ground, signed, 1920s, 6 x 4 inches, $880.

Red-breasted Merganser decoy, incised eyes and bill, mortised head with horsehair crest, incised “G.R Huey,” 1940, 71‚Ñ8 x 187‚Ñ8 inches, $2,130.

Biedermeier-style secretary, faux inlaid and figured blond wood, balloon-shape case, fall front opening to fitted interior, carved paw feet, 631‚Ñ2 inches, $3,565.

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