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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.

The Great American Baseball Game, tin lithograph, painted red wood sides, wooden players, Hustler Toy Corp., Sterling, Ill., 1935, 13 x 9 inches, $196.

Dizzy Dino paddle toy, black round paddle, red dinosaur with blue head, No. 407, Fisher-Price, 1931, 14 inches, $400.

Squirrel Peanut Butter ceiling hanger, tin lithograph, trademark, 8 x 10 inches, $522.

Cast-iron Huckleberry Finn doorstop, dressed in bluejeans, large hat, marked “Littco Products, Littlestown, Pa.,” 121‚Ñ4 x 93‚Ñ8 inches, $630.

Harlequin hoop-back Windsor chairs, elm, spindled backs, shaped wooden seats, c. 1800, 35 in., set of 4, $900.

Steuben glass wine goblets, trumpet-form rose opal bowls, spiral-entwined alabaster stems, marked, 71‚Ñ4 in., set of 8, $1,080.

Rookwood vase, dark red clematis design, olive ground, ruffles and flourishes, Gorham silver overlay, marked, 1892, 43‚Ñ4 inches, $1,045.

Hooked rug, wool, flower pot surrounded by diamond-shaped panels, border of hearts and scrolling sprays, beige, brown and reds, 681‚Ñ2 x 39 inches, $1,195.

Madame Alexander Margaret O’Brien doll, composition portrait doll, sleep eyes, eyeshadow, rosy cheeks, brown wig with bangs and braids, 1946, 14 inches, $1,725.

Victor “Monarch Special” Victrola, fluted wooden horn with decal, carved oak case, Victor Talking Machine Co., 19 x 11 x 121‚Ñ2 inches, $2,300.

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