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    Welcome to the ANTIQUE SPOT with John Nolan

    Southport - Antiques Dealers of Southport.

  1. £600 for the pair worth it ???
    Started by Advanced 03/01/2010

    Military painting" by WH.Howard 1895-6 27" x 20" Shifting cargo at pool of London 1900. by John Sutton, 36" x 24" What do you think ??

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    08/01/2010 01:24 AM
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  2. £43,000,000.......... Qianlong period vase
    Started by theantiquesman 15/11/2010

    We have to at least say something about the Ching dynasty - Qianlong period vase that sold at Bainbridge's Auction. 11745808 Peter Bainbridge was astonished when he brought the hammer down at 43 million pounds and so was I and every one else on the planet. In...

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    22/11/2010 05:11 PM
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  3. Your advice spot on!
    Started by melanieb 21/05/2014

    Thanks for your help John. The block prints you suggested were worthy of further consideration have now been checked out by Bonhams and it appears they are originals by Tranquillo Marangoni. However, Bonhams aren't interested as they are too 'modern' for them. Having googled him though, I am...

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    22/05/2014 05:42 PM
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  4. ye olde silver spoone
    Started by Mysterious_Imp 16/06/2006

    Hello John ... I was wondering whether you could identify the age and origin this old silver spoon, please? I've looked for the hallmark in various reference books ... but to no avail: (crown; Letter 'A' in a shield; fleur de lys; crown; the initials "GW" in a vertical form.)

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    17/06/2006 05:00 PM
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  5. WW2 1st Divisionl Netherlands Army Plaque
    Started by hettyketty 08/12/2013

    I bought this tile some years ago to add to my tile collection. It was presented to military clubs in Glasgow in appreciation of their hospitality by the 1st Division Royal Netherlands Army 1945/6. An interesting piece of social history made in Holland by Westraven, 20 x 16cms.

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    09/12/2013 04:01 PM
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  6. WW1/2 Enamel Flask
    Started by hettyketty 27/11/2013

    Hello John, Can you tell me if this enamel flask was issued in WW1 or WW2, would it have been field issue and what it might be worth please. I would be interested in anything you can tell me about it at all. It is 8 inches tall not including the cork, 51/2 inches wide. On the base is A.M. and...

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    28/11/2013 03:26 PM
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  7. Worth £150. ?
    Started by Advanced 08/10/2009 Coffer_W0QQitemZ220488745788QQ cmdZViewItemQQptZUK_Antiques_A ntiqueFurniture_SM?hash=item33 5627433c&_trksid=p3286.c0. m14 Any info / value. ? Kind regards, Advanced. :D :)

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    11/10/2009 06:04 PM
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  8. Worth anything
    Started by Advanced 11/10/2009

    1. yISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=2 70466271186&ssPageName=STR K:MEWAX:IT 2. ne-Watercolour-Painting-by-Geo rge-S-Taylor_W0QQitemZ17039138 3101QQcmdZViewItemQQptZUK_art_ Paintings_GL?hash=item27ac1e2c 3d&_trksid=p3286.c0.m14 3....

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    20/10/2009 08:02 PM
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  9. worst mining disaster in the UK
    Started by theantiquesman 15/10/2018

    what a sad day....... 105 years ago today no health and safety in those days Senghenydd colliery disaster From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    15/10/2018 09:21 AM
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  10. world cup memorabilia
    Started by antiqueman 06/06/2006

    George Cohen Englands right back in the 1966 World Cup Final shirt is up for auction. The Red Number 2 shirt hopes to bring £15,000-£20,000 for the owners of the shirt Lothar Emmerich family. You may ask who are they. George Cohen swapped the shirt at the end of the game with Emmerich the...

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    27/11/2010 01:16 AM
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  11. words that change the world.
    Started by theantiquesman 20/11/2013

    words spoken have change the world. but it depends who said them and were. some words spoken have indeed change the world. Jesus, "Love thy neighbor as thy self" the original speeches can change hands for millions of Pounds if they ever came on the market. It is reported that M.L.K....

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    20/11/2013 04:03 PM
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  12. Wooden Horse
    Started by Solidago 06/05/2014

    Wooden horse. Size 85x18x52cm. I believe it is hand painted. Thank you for any information!!!

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    06/05/2014 03:24 PM
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  13. Wooden chair
    Started by ktmc 07/08/2007

    Vanny, I have an old chair which belonged to my Grandmother, i have no idea of its origin or history. It is wooden with no arms, it has a high back and has scenes carved into it. If i was to bring it to your shop would you kindly look at it for me. Let me know when is best for you and i...

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    07/08/2007 08:59 PM
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  14. wooden carving
    Started by penthousejoe2 19/06/2013

    Wooden carved log cabin scene 12" x 16". Found in loft. Was wondering if you knew what it was of, period of make and an idea onwhat its value is. Thank you for looking.

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    23/06/2013 01:25 PM
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  15. Wooden Bucket and basin
    Started by K-T 05/10/2020

    Hi John, I've just bought this wooden bucket with a basin that sits on the top. It needs a bit of work, but I'll probably use them as planters. Do you know what they would have been used for originally? Thanks

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    07/10/2020 08:58 AM
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  16. winston churchill
    Started by twosonnowone 16/05/2010

    hi mr antique man, i have just cleared my fathers house and came across a bundle of letters bearing the p[rime ministers seal and addressed 10 downing st the letters are hand written and signed winston churchill, they appear to be letters thanking various people for xmas cards and birthday cards...

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    17/05/2010 11:34 PM
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  17. Windy Miller?
    Started by marilyn 06/05/2006

    This little thing is quite lovely - whether it's worth anything or not :o

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    22/05/2006 10:59 PM
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  18. Windmill Picture
    Started by Wayne01582 17/01/2017

    Hi, The attached picture is 25 inches by 21 inches. Is painted on the back of glass with Mother of Pearl highlighted areas. It has been in the family since around 1875 and was framed at; 81 King Edward Road, Hackney, London Can you tell any more about it and an idea of value please?

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    17/01/2017 03:59 PM
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  19. Win a £50 gift voucher
    Started by antiqueman 07/12/2005

    Win a £50 Gift Voucher at KING STREET ANTIQUES at the SOUTHPORT ANTIQUE CENTRE 27-29, King Street Southport. quiz will end at midnight to night 7th December 2005 Put in order the oldest first,The eight periods of English Furniture. To mislead you, two on the list are not periods :D ...

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    15/06/2006 10:40 PM
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  20. willow pattern jars. i.d help needed
    Started by briana5125 10/10/2013

    looking for help on this pair of willow pattern jars I have. as I said , they are willow pattern, pottery not porcelain , too small for ginger jars (I don't think they ever had lids) , approx. 3.5 inch in height each. they also have two men on the bridge instead of the more usual three. I...

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    16/10/2013 04:22 PM
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  21. Willow Pattern - Blue Willow
    Started by theantiquesman 04/10/2013

    People always ask me about the Willow Pattern, is it Chinese. Is It old, is it valuable. Well, the Willow pattern, more commonly known as Blue Willow,also comes in pink/red and grey/Black brown and green and even yellow. It is a distinctive and elaborate pattern used on pottery and...

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    04/10/2013 03:18 PM
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  22. Willi Bauer
    Started by mainamarieb 31/05/2015

    I am interested in getting an estimated value of this painting by Willi Bauer "Garden Party" it belongs to a very good friend of mine. He is an older gentleman and he's not very tech savvy but we were talking about the worth of this painting last night and he asked me if I could get get online and...

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    03/06/2015 04:30 PM
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  23. Wild Horses!
    Started by marilyn 06/05/2006

    Well not quite :d

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    22/05/2006 07:06 PM
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  24. Wignall of Ormskirk
    Started by Derek H 02/10/2007

    I have a grandfather clock made by John Wignall of Ormskirk. It it claimed that it has been in my family since the early 1800s and was originally a wedding gift. 28 hour movement (?) and painted dial. Moon phases and seconds hand. Single weight on chain. It has a number painted on the movement (I...

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    07/11/2010 01:11 AM
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  25. Whoops Double Post
    Started by Advanced 03/01/2010

    Whoops Double Post

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    03/01/2010 12:56 PM
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  26. Who is James Oliver
    Started by antiqueman 21/04/2008

    Welcome to our Fabulous Auction. All the proceeds are to go to the James Oliver Fundraising. James is a 9-year-old who was diagnosed with Osteoblast Osteosarcoma. This is a primary bone cancer with only 36 people diagnosed with it last year. James has been undergoing treatment for his...

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    09/05/2009 10:02 PM
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  27. Who buys Antique/old chairs ??
    Started by Me2 05/09/2009

    I need to find somebody local who is prepared to buy a set of 6 old wooden/leather dining chairs that will need upholstry restoration. The set includes one carver and the original leather has a rose in each back seat. The wooden frames are sturdy and solid. I am guessing it is oak and...

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    05/09/2009 12:14 PM
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  28. Whitefriars vase
    Started by ice117 03/02/2012

    Just wondering what these are now valued at? I have a light green textured bark effect vase about 7" high. Think its a Geoffrey Baxter one, but not sure! Would appreciate your advice!

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    08/02/2012 01:27 PM
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  29. whitefriars
    Started by kickassbabe 09/04/2009

    I have a kingfisher whitefriars finger vase by Geoffrey Baxter in excellent condition. If I was to put it up for auction, what would you estimate its value at please??

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    14/04/2009 10:57 PM
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  30. White Distressed Furnature....
    Started by briana5125 28/08/2010

    Hi John,, I Am Looking To Find Out A Little Bit Regarding White Distressed Furnature. I.e How Its Done ( What Paint You Use , Best Method Of Distressing Ect..) You Mentioned In An Earlier Post 'spraying It White' So I Guess You Dont Just Use An Oil Based Paint And Sand Paper! Thanks

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    31/08/2010 04:01 PM
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  31. where's you bin.
    Started by theantiquesman 10/10/2011

    £100m masterpieces stolen from French museum 'crushed by rubbish truck' Five stolen paintings including a Matisse, a Picasso and a Modigliani worth almost £100 million ended up in a street dustbin and were likely crushed by a rubbish truck, a suspect has reportedly told police. As you know the...

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    16/10/2011 01:35 AM
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  32. Where to sell antique silver
    Started by ice117 21/11/2013

    I have some solid silver antique sugar tongs - not sure of actual date but I know they are about 150 years old. Where is best place to sell them?

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    22/11/2013 10:52 PM
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  33. Where have all the collectors gone?
    Started by Vivra Patricia 11/05/2011

    Has nobody got any interesting antiques/collectibles to ask John about--or is it me that hasn't learned how to operate this new site? I sure miss the old SGB site? :(

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    19/05/2011 10:13 AM
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  34. Where am I.......Number 2
    Started by theantiquesman 19/11/2010

    The first clue. A priest settlement on a Roman Road

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    21/11/2010 10:34 PM
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  35. where am I (number1)
    Started by theantiquesman 27/10/2010

    I thought it may be a little fun to put a thread on called WERE AM I.................A small prize to the winner :d Clue.................Holy K2 :confused:

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    29/10/2010 09:35 PM
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  36. when is a hand up not a hand up
    Started by theantiquesman 24/03/2014

    LOOKS LIKE WHEN YOU PUT YOUR HAND UP AT SOTHEBY'S According to Roland Arkell the Antique Gazette. Sotheby’s forced to buy back $83m pink diamond 24 March 2014

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    24/03/2014 02:51 PM
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