I’ve been trying to learn more about this Red Wing water cooler but have found out that it is not as common as a 2-gallon or 6-gallon cooler. I would like to know what you think of the value. Any information will be helpful and greatly appreciated.
I just bought this pair of urns. I believe they are porcelain. They stand 22 1/2 inches tall. The decorations include inlay, black and brass-colored trim. – R.K., Baltimore, Md.
This pitcher is 4 1/4 inches tall, 8 inches around and very heavy. It holds 8 ounces. The metal will not stick to a magnet. On the front is “F.F.NEUH..SERR 1844.”
My aunt gave me this porcelain figurine and I am hoping that you can tell me more about it. It is 9 inches tall and 6 inches wide.
In the June 1 issue of Antique Trader a painting by Harry Roseland was shown. I have a print signed by Harry Roseland that measures 27 1/2 inches by 18 inches. It is in very good condition. It is named The Fortune Teller.
Kyle Husfloen answers readers' questions about their antiques.
I have three of these Coca-Cola posters, all with different girls and different things. They are clean and very beautiful.
Q: What can you tell me about my antique gun? It is a Remington, 31 caliber, SN 841. It has patent dates of June 24, 185 and May 26, 1857.
Enclosed is a photo of a pedestal table from two angles. It looks like a Duncan Phyfe, but I’m not sure. I bought it at a garage sale for $60 from a lady who said it belonged to her grandmother who passed away at age 96.
I own 5 rooms of wood doll furniture made by Strombecker-Becker Mfg. Co., from Moline, Ill. I bought the items as open stock at the “dime store” about 1929-1930, if I recall correctly.