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Framlingham - 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 (www.theantiquesman.com)

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  1. tram conductors ticket dispenser
    Started by sheik-yerbouti 30/01/2007

    I have an old tram conductors ticket dispenser. It is cast in aluminium, with a circular wheel on top, not unlike the wheels found on old telephones. The wheel has several finger sized holes in it.Each has the price of the fare printed beside it. eg 1d ,2d ,3d etc all the way uo to 1shilling. ...

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    11/02/2007 02:47 PM
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  2. Happy Christmas
    Started by antiqueman 25/12/2006

    Wishing you all a merry Christmas and a happy New Year. Good luck for 2007, I think it is going to be a good year for Antiques. This Forum will reopen 1st week in January

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    05/02/2007 07:24 PM
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  3. Staffordshire Toby Jug
    Started by Wilky 12/12/2006

    Hi Vanman, I have this (Duke of Wellington, I think) Toby Jug which has been passed down in my family. It is presently with my son in Hesketh Bank and he does not care for it particularly. I am considering either having one of my family bring it over or selling it. Can you give me some idea...

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    18/12/2006 12:16 PM
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  4. This works!!!
    Started by Zranaangel 26/11/2006

    I have been watching the fund raising threads and I would like to donate £100 to the meadows

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    16/12/2006 10:49 PM
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  5. BOO.........CHARITY AUCTION for MEADOW
    Started by theantiquesman 03/10/2006

    SGB will be having a charity auction on the site to raise money for Boo and her charity MEADOW Boo has Down Syndrome and is the sister of Skichic one of the respected posters on SGB please donate your items by posting a picture here on the site or by dropping the item in to the shop at King...

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    12/11/2006 09:24 PM
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  6. matchstick holder
    Started by loopy loo 16/10/2006

    this is also my dads some sort of matchstick holder, it's silver in colour even though it doesn't look it on the picture. the bottom of it is were the matches would have been struck. sorry not very good at describing these strange objects :D :D

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    26/10/2006 02:23 PM
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  7. Michael Aspel of the BBC’s Antiques Roadshow
    Started by theantiquesman 25/10/2006

    The Black Book went on tour today. Michael Aspel of the BBC’s Antiques Roadshow took time out from filming the famous antique show to sign the what is now known as the Famous Black Book. Michael is one of the nicest celebrities I have met. He took time to chat and comment that if can not...

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    25/10/2006 11:39 AM
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  8. antiques could be in Formby.
    Started by antiqueman 12/10/2006

    You never know what could be hidden in the auction 29th Grand Auction in aid of Church funds. To be held in the Methodist Church Hall, Elbow Lane, Formby. SATURDAY 14th OCT 2006 Viewing 10.30 am to 1.30pm.

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    12/10/2006 10:35 AM
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  9. New Auction opening
    Started by theantiquesman 08/10/2006

    Simon Charles The Auction Centre Nile Street Ashton -under-Lyne OL7 0NZ 0161 339 9449 Just been to view...Great location just off the M60 at junc 23

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    08/10/2006 03:01 PM
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  10. black jasper ware vases
    Started by clevpete 28/09/2006

    i have a pair of black wedgewood jasper ware vases, or they might be called urns. they are 19cms high, and they are very narrow at the bottom, go out, then in just below the neck, which goes out again. they have a mark on the bottom wedgewood, and underneath this is made in england. there is...

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    03/10/2006 10:20 PM
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  11. Blue Jasper Ware
    Started by ex more 28/09/2006

    Marked adams ,,,Southport coat of arms in relief...Is it worth more than a fiver??(no damage) :rolleyes: Tunstall England .impressed mark.

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    29/09/2006 04:30 PM
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  12. Pottery figure
    Started by EDEMOES 13/09/2006

    Hello John, How are you :d I have a figure which looks a bit like Staffs. It looks English, and is hand painted. The white unpainted parts are covered in tiny black dots. I would be interested in your opinion. BTW I cannot load the picture as its too large...but picture on request...

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    16/09/2006 11:03 PM
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  13. Free Tickets
    Started by antiqueman 25/08/2006

    2 :) :) free tickets to the Antique Fair MACMILLAN CANCER SUPPORT The Harrogate Antique Fair in association with The British Antique Dealers Association. will be held on 29th Sept to 3rd Oct 2006 First poster to telephone 01704 540808

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    25/08/2006 03:12 PM
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  14. Harrogate Antique Fair
    Started by antiqueman 25/08/2006

    MACMILLAN CANCER SUPPORT The Harrogate Antique Fair in association with The British Antique Dealers Association. will be held on 29th Sept to 3rd Oct 2006 at the Harrogate International Centre HALL "M"

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    25/08/2006 03:08 PM
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  15. The Big Oak Sale
    Started by antiqueman 22/08/2006

    It is that time of the year for Bonhams to house the big oak sale. Thursday 7th Sept 2006 at 11am at their Chester Saleroom 150 Christleton Rd. I will pick some interesting lots out later when I have gone through the catalog.

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    22/08/2006 04:06 PM
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  16. a cheap Constable
    Started by antiqueman 22/08/2006

    John Constable 1776-1837 When a painting of Constable's come up for Auction people queue up to buy it. Over a million pounds you would expect to have to pay. Well at the Stanstead Mountfitchet rooms of Sworders on 26th July a painting sold for £9,800. Don't get excited......It was not a...

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    22/08/2006 04:02 PM
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  17. Title Insurance for antiques
    Started by antiqueman 22/08/2006

    A New York company is the first to offer title insurance on antiques. A single premium indefinite term policy protects the buyer of a work of art of uncertain provenance in the event on an ownership dispute. 1938-1948, (during and just after world war ll ) items acquired during these dates...

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    22/08/2006 03:33 PM
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  18. barometers to be banned
    Started by antiqueman 22/08/2006

    Due to mercury management legislation it would appear that in North America antique barometers have been included in the law unlike in Europe antique barometers have been exempt. States with active or pending laws are Cal. Con. Ill.. Maine, Maryland, Mass. Montana, NY. New J. Rhode I. Vermont, and...

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    22/08/2006 03:19 PM
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  19. Gold Coins Collection For Sale
    Started by christhequiz 21/08/2006

    I need serious help to dispose of my fathers Gold Coins collection. Is there anyone - GENUINE - in Southport Area who could call to view and assess the collection? I know roughly what they are worth and the price of Gold at present is excellent so Serious Buyers Only, Cowboys will be Shot!...

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    22/08/2006 12:06 AM
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  20. Henry Hodgetts Glass vase
    Started by theantiquesman 05/08/2006

    Just received a personal email I received the email and the attachment.......... The vase is not of high quality glass. and also is not a commercial item. because of these two points worth under £30 Thanks

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    05/08/2006 11:25 AM
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  21. Ivory dominoes
    Started by Mr Fyles 31/07/2006

    We have a set of carved ivory dominoes at home, and were wondering if they are worth anything much? I am not sure of their age yet presumably they are quite old. I would be interested to find out.

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    04/08/2006 04:15 PM
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  22. Shipment of antique firearm.
    Started by Wilky 01/06/2006

    My youngest son in England has an antique rifle (front loading) of mine, which I did not have room for when I moved over here. I am having difficulty finding someone who is willing to ship it over to me because it is a gun. It can't fire as there is no spring in the mechanism. Can you please...

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    17/07/2006 11:47 AM
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  23. New Chopper
    Started by Keber 22/06/2006

    I'll bet that heading got a few people looking! We are expecting a new grandson this year (am I getting old, or is it odd that we know what sex the baby is?) and have been thinking about a present to celebrate the birth which, hopefully, would be an investment. Would a World Cup Raleigh chopper...

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    14/07/2006 03:24 PM
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  24. salt???
    Started by mole 03/07/2006

    hi, i have a small salt (i think) its norwegian and shaped like a viking ship.it has blue enamel on it and a glass liner. i think its silver?? i got it from ellis and sons for 1 pound. i cant send a pic yet as its packed away.i love it just wondered whether it was worth anything? thank you

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    03/07/2006 10:51 PM
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  25. It's worth millions
    Started by antiqueman 21/06/2006

    What makes an item worth Millions of ££££&p ound;£££&pou nd;££££ ;£ or Millions of $$$$$$$$$$$$$$ having two idiots in an auction with an unlimited bank account and both wanting to impress the world :idea well just a plane journey. You could have jumped on a plane in May to Christies in New York and...

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    21/06/2006 04:07 PM
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  26. 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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  27. 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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  28. 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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  29. More Junk?
    Started by marilyn 06/05/2006

    Hehe Vanny Here I go again with my bits and pieces! ;) Whaddya think of this?

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    22/05/2006 10:55 PM
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  30. 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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  31. utd medal
    Started by Spooky 18/05/2006

    i got a royal selangor medal in a presentation box with the man utd crest on one side and the treble cups on the back with the words MANCHESTER UNITED TREBLE WINNERS SEASON 1998-99 on the back. is it worth owt? any 1 wanna buy it? make me an offer

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    20/05/2006 09:03 AM
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  32. Aww Mouse Love!
    Started by marilyn 06/05/2006

    These little cuties - Married or not ;) :d

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    06/05/2006 10:57 PM
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  33. Piece of art?
    Started by marilyn 23/04/2006

    Hiya Vanny I have this painting. It's really odd, because some of it is painted and then some of it is painted and sort of 'sliced' through the paper. The siganature at the bottom says Elias something and the title of it is Algarve. It has the date 1973 painted on it. I know its not an...

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    06/05/2006 06:28 PM
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  34. Decanter
    Started by marilyn 23/04/2006

    Hiya Vanny Can you tell me what this decanter is for? Is it just decoration? Is it worth anything :d ;) Thank you Maz xx

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    06/05/2006 06:22 PM
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  35. 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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  36. 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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