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Aldeburgh - Antique Spot with John Nolan

The Antiques Man, is on the left Show and discuss your antiques. Get a free opinion and valuation on your antiques from the famous John C Nolan of Southport (

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John Nolan theantiquesman for the past 47 years has built up an antique business with clientele that spreads across the globe which includes a U.S President, Film and Pop Stars, and famous musicians and politicians, 'A' list celebrities, sport personalities and thousands of people just like you and me. Nolan has supplied the interior design market as well as the antique trade for over 40 years. Brand Names like Macy's, Ralph Loren and Ruby Tuesday used Nolan for their visual effects within their stores. Get a FREE Antiques opinion today.

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  1. Big Fine Oak Sale In Chester
    Started by antiqueman 03/05/2006

    Thursday 4th May 2006 Fine oak sale lot 100 to 432 ANTIQUEMAN has his eyes on these lots Lot 200..... early 17th century oak refectory table

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    03/05/2006 04:43 PM
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  2. Silver Whippets
    Started by syd 18/04/2006

    Hi John, I am querying from New Zealand.We have two small ( approx 1 inch high) silver models of Whippet dogs.My wife inherited them from her Grandmother in the U.K. They have a faded hallmark on them. Can you tell me something about these items and if they are worth anything.

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    23/04/2006 09:26 AM
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  3. Fishing Reel
    Started by para 08/04/2006

    Hi Vanny, We have had a wee clear out this week and we'd be grateful for your opinion on a few things. This is the first, we know that it was my husbands Grandfathers from when he was a boy, which would have been about 1915-1920. There are no markings or engravings on it. It appears to be in very...

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    13/04/2006 11:19 PM
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  4. And finally...........
    Started by para 08/04/2006

    A coffee set! This isn't part of the clear out, but I'd like to know more about this please, Vanny. I inherited it about 15 years ago and am terrified of using it in case it gets broken! There is a coffee pot, cream jug, sugar bowl, 8 cups, 8 saucers and 8 side plates. There is also a large...

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    13/04/2006 11:07 PM
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  5. Meakin Coffee Set
    Started by Mr B 02/04/2006

    Hi Mr Vanman, can you please run your eye over this coffee set for me and let me know what I should charge on a car boot sale for it. The makings on the base are: J & G Meakin, England. REGd SOL 391413. It is a full set of Coffee pot, cream jug, sugar bowl and 6 cups and saucers. Thanking you...

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    04/04/2006 10:06 AM
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  6. Necklace
    Started by EMPIRE2001 27/03/2006

    Looking for any information on this necklace Seem to think it is from about 1870 - 1905. Could anybody tell me the name of woman on the necklace. Thanks

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    29/03/2006 02:26 PM
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  7. Straight Swap
    Started by tougholdbird 11/03/2006

    Hi Vanny I called in today with a candle snuffer/wick trimmer and you gave me a valuation - would you be willing to give me a straight swap for the doll's pram? tougholdbird aka SeaCopRimmer

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    12/03/2006 09:48 AM
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  8. dubbed "Britains biggest domestic break-in"
    Started by antiqueman 10/03/2006

    This month the news have been full of cash being stolen. Well the antique market it would seem does not want to be left out. Inspector Watson of Wiltshire Police are asking antique dealers to help find items from Britains largest domestic break-in. A multi million pound raid took place at...

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    10/03/2006 03:12 PM
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  9. Water Jug
    Started by Amanda McCabe 02/03/2006

    Can you please give me some history and an estimate on this water jug, which has been left to me by my Mother. I think it is German and something to do with Richard Eckerd.

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    07/03/2006 05:58 PM
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  10. Castrol Oil despenser
    Started by Mushroom 24/02/2006

    Strange one here, just scoured the web for info cant find a thing, then remembered you :D Castrol Oil 'freestanding' Despenser, sadly still in 'used' condition as cant find out how to restore. We think its from the 50's, still has pound, shilling and pence sticker. Any ideas? thanks....

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    25/02/2006 08:41 PM
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  11. Liverpool memorabilia
    Started by cjayuk 18/02/2006

    my mum has two 45 rpm vinyl records. 1) The Liverpool Football Team (E.P) side one track one WE CAN DO IT side one track two LIVERPOOL LOU side two track one WE SHALL NOT BE MOVED side two track two YOU'LL NEVER WALK ALONE

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    23/02/2006 11:10 PM
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  12. Droit de Suite
    Started by antiqueman 21/02/2006

    Droit de Suite the artists resale rite came into being on Valentines Day 14th Feb 2006. This means all living artists have the rite to receive a royalty each time their work is bought and sold. Antique dealers, Auction Houses etc must set up a system to deal with the levy. Liability...

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    21/02/2006 02:17 PM
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  13. January- arround the auctions
    Started by antiqueman 04/02/2006

    Holts Wolverton Norfolk Auctioner Nicholas Holt sold for a record amount of £380,000 a pair of ELEPHANT TUSKS to an American safari owner who owns 2 parks in Tanzania. He hope to get aproval to return them to Africia. ---------- Keys - Aylsham An ugly Clarice Cliff wall plack brought...

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    04/02/2006 04:12 PM
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  14. Table
    Started by para 11/01/2006

    Hi Vanny, I'd be grateful if you could let me know if this little table is worth anything. I found it at the tip!! But spent about £70 having it re-polished and I think it looks lovely.....hubby hates it! I'm not interested in selling it, but I'd like to be able to tell my other half that...

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    12/01/2006 12:36 AM
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  15. Clock
    Started by jackr 10/01/2006

    Hello John, Happy New Year. Can you give me any information about this clock. It belonged to my Aunt. It kept good time until the spring broke when I was winding it up. It's sentimental value really, but is it worth getting it repaired?

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    11/01/2006 03:12 AM
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  16. Happy new year 2006 and a prediction.
    Started by antiqueman 31/12/2005

    Wishing you all a happy new year for 2006 My prediction for last year was to invest in the Wigan / Southport artist James Isherwood. His paintings started the year in the low hundreds and finished the year in the HIGH THOUSANDS. I know one poster who took my advice. :) Now for this...

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    31/12/2005 08:57 PM
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  17. Merry Christmas
    Started by antiqueman 24/12/2005

    The Antiqueman would like to wish all the posters and their family a Holy, happy and merry Christmas. also wish the owners, the back room staff, admin and all connected past and present with sgb all the best for the new year 2006. Remember now Edwardian items are now classed as antiques...

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    24/12/2005 12:11 AM
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  18. Valuation for Wednesday 23rd December 2005
    Started by onthespot 21/12/2005

    Valuation for Wednesday 21st December 2005. This drinking cup is not silver. Please could you value it and give me any information. bottom

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    23/12/2005 11:57 PM
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  19. Missing Pic.
    Started by Keber 20/12/2005

    Sorry to be so stupid. Have got a new camera and am not used to pics turning out so big. Hopefully, this is o.k. If not, I think I'll have to call it a day. Just can't cope with the technology.

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    23/12/2005 11:21 PM
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  20. Valuation for 21st Dec., thanks
    Started by Keber 19/12/2005

    Any ideas on this old picture from a railway carriage. It's signed C. Hamilton Ellis and entitled Travel in 1920. Many thanks. Excellent forum.

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    19/12/2005 10:16 PM
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  21. For valuation Wednesday 14th December 2005
    Started by jimmy-j 08/12/2005

    Please can you value these two items below - next Wednesday's valuation night. Item (1) There are no makers markings. Item (2)

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    15/12/2005 09:46 PM
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  22. Welcome John
    Started by pedoja 03/12/2005

    Just a little Welcome to the Forums 'proper'. pedoja/welcome.gif

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    08/12/2005 05:03 PM
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  23. Dumb waiter
    Started by blackdog-mick 06/12/2005

    What do you make of this John? It's the mechanism for a dumb waiter which has just been removed from our local pub (built 1849). A curiousity if nothing else, eh?

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    08/12/2005 12:30 AM
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  24. Cut glass
    Started by MBF 07/12/2005

    I have this small cut glass vase given to me from a friend many years ago, it has a beautiful deep blue almost purple colour to it and stands approximately 8" tall, the only marking on it is a very small mark of Walsh on the bottom which is barely visable. I often florish it with small flowers...

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    07/12/2005 11:28 PM
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  25. Ornament
    Started by jackr 07/12/2005

    Any information you can give about this piece would be appreciated. It belonged to my wife's grandmother, it is the remaining one of a pair; the other, a female figure was broken years ago. The finish is matt, very similar in colour and texture to green Wedgewood. We don't think it is of any...

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    07/12/2005 11:00 PM
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  26. I Claim My Free Opi-onion!!!
    Started by Pedro 03/12/2005

    Dear Antique Man, How nice to have your own Forum! I inherited this clock when my grandfather died. It was in rather a sorry state and I paid £90 to have it cleaned, put back in working order and have the missing foot replaced (not a good job, I know!). I deliberately requested that the...

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    07/12/2005 10:08 PM
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  27. Two items for valuation:chair, writing desk
    Started by jimmy-j 03/12/2005

    Two items for valuation:chair, writing desk Desk:was part of dressing table Hall Chair

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    04/12/2005 06:05 PM
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