Collectibles

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Nat West Piggy Bank – Schoolgirl

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Scrimshaw engraved whale or walrus tooth

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Table Ivory Cricket Box

The Cricket Box, Elephants and Camel sold for £200
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Ivory Elephant and Camels

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Ivory carved Japanese gentleman

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Mickey Mouse Bed Linen set

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Box of Football Programmes

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Collection of Boxes and a Foot Stool

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Dressing Table Set

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Facsimile England 1996 World Cup team signed photograph

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Tractor Seat

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Beatrix Potter Figurines

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Robertson Golden Shred Marmalade – Wall Plaque

6 thoughts on “Collectibles

  1. Hello Andrew, Thank you for your replies and trying to help. I didn’t know if the genuine ones have makers names on the back as I’ve seen some like this but I’ve also seen some without names. I’ve since been informed that a lot of reproduction signs like this were made in the 70s/80s and these are still made today. Mine has some slightly raised detailing on it and at some point I’ll have a look at it with a magnifying glass as you’ve suggested. I do like it which, as you’ve said, is the main thing. Thank you.

    • Hi Michael

      This item is in the Archive section and sold some years ago. My estimate if it were in this weekend’s sale: an original £30-50. a modern reproduction £10-15.

      • Hello,
        Please can I ask how you can tell if a Robertson Golden Shred Wall Plaque is genuine or a modern reproduction. I’ve seen some of these with and without makers names on the back and I seem to be getting conflicting information about this.
        Thank you.

        • Hi, I can’t offer any specific advice on these wall plaques. My mother has a few Mabel Lucy Atwell plaques and prints which she bought at car boots and antique fairs. They are all modern but she likes them and displays them. If you like what you see, buy it.

          • Another thought Rachel is to magnify the print. Is it a solid block of colour? Then it was printed in a press or screen printed, then it’s probably old. Can you see lots of coloured dots? Then it’s probably a modern reproduction.

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