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.

Bottle, Dabler’s Flavors For Ice Cream, Desserts, Cakes, etc., vanilla caramel, paper label, 1920s, 8 ounces, $15.

Sugar bowl, turquoise-blue milk glass, relief grapevines with bunches of grapes, footed, dome lid, grape cluster finial, 1920s, 6 inches, $60.

Scent bottle, ruby-red glass and silver plate, tubular with hinged lid on one end and screw cap on other, engraved July 4th 1880, Victorian, $215.

Bonbon, raspberries & flowers, hand painted, scalloped with gold rim, Oscar & Edgar Gutherz Porcelain Co., Austria, c. 1900, 8-inch diameter, $320.

Bronze bookends, big rig truck, molded, protruding from arched plaque, flaired rounded base, hammered, 1930s, 6 x 6 inches, $405.

Match holder and striker, pig-shaped, yellow with black slip, striations for striking and hole for matches, Yellowware, c. 1880, 3 x 5 inches, $570.

American flag, cotton on wooden stick, hourglass pattern of 44 stars, mounted on fabric and board, gilt frame, c. 1895, 27 x 24 inches, $850.

Hot chocolate pot, pear-shape, copper with turned wood handle, curved L-shape feet, pivoting stopper and lid, France, 1700s, 8 inches, $1,025.

Friendship Quilt, red and white pinwheels, 450 embroidered names, made by women of a church in Iowa, c. 1910, 76 x 92 inches, $2,550.

Cheval mirror, mahogany, renaissance style, carved pillar supports and scrolling skirt, arched paw feet, Horner, c. 1870, 73 x 41 inches, $3,495.

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