CURRENT PRICES || Antiques and collectibles


Around the nation

Current prices are recorded from antiques shows, flea markets, sales and auctions throughout the United States. Prices vary in various locations because of local economic conditions.

Royal Gelatin bank, figural King Royal, slot in back of head, 1950s, 10 inches, $115.

Joe DiMaggio baseball hat, facsimile signature, cloth tag reads “This Is a Genuine Joe DiMaggio Baseball Cap,” Irving L. Lewis & Sons, 1940s, $145.

Abbott & Costello movie poster insert, “In the Navy,” Bud and Lou in sailor uniforms, photo of the Andrews Sisters on battleship, 1941, 14 x 36 inches, $145.

George Washington Temperance Society silk ribbon, picture of Washington in center, “The Handmaid & Guardian Angel of Virtue, Liberty & Independence,” 1840, 31‚Ñ2 x 7 inches, $315

Advertising sign, Coldwell Lawn Mowers, linen backing, reads “Hand-Horse-Motor Power,” image of horses pulling mower, golf scene, 1920s, 22 x 28 inches, $375.

Canadian Hockey lunchbox, metal, panels with hockey scenes, rink, referees giving washout, holding and elbowing signals, General Steel Wares, 1960, 7 x 8 x 4 inches, $410.

Cast-iron garden bench, elaborate openwork back, scrolled legs, “Patented April 25, 1891,” front signed “The North American Ironworks, N.Y.,” 1930s, 361‚Ñ2 x 45 x 18 inches, $550.

Georg Jensen sterling-silver bowl, openwork berry and leaf stem, 1945, 41‚Ñ2 x 41‚Ñ2 inches, $575.

Errol Flynn “The Sea Hawk” punch-out book, stiff cardboard, 4 single-sided pages, Flynn as Geoffrey Thorpe, other pirates include Dona Maria and Capt. Lopez, 1940, $610.

Regal China teapot, The Mad Hatter from “Alice in Wonderland,” hat is lid, handle is stack of cups, 1951, 8 inches, $750.