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I see it is discounted on this site too www.mahoneswallpapershop.com/
You can try to place wanted ads on Facebook Marketplace, Craigslist or alerts on eBay and Google.
It is usually very difficult to find a discontinued pattern but this company appears to have your pattern.
The cost: $25.75 x 2 = $51.50 plus shipping from the US.
This only comes in a double roll but maybe this will provide what you need and some left over for any future needs.
Since one company has this, it may be available at other Waverly outlets.
If you have any Waverly shops in Australia, you might want to check with them first.
This looks like your wallpaper @ Mahones @ $25.75 a roll. Their phone number is: (877) 316-9930
Your best bet is to get to find a website that specializes in discontinued paper.
I found 1960's-1970's Magnavox Astro Sonic Stereo Console at $199.95
Vintage Magnavox Stereo Record Console in Oak and Laminate model 1p3643 was sold for $35
I found Vintage Magnavox Astro Sonic console stereo in working conditions at $170
It is really difficult to provide value information on a console (any brand) as the final value will be determined by where you are located and what reaction the community has to vintage consoles.
Consoles are big and very heavy and rarely will anyone pay to have one shipped.
This means they are advertised as 'local pick up only'.
Some areas have room for items like this and other areas have no desire to own anything like this.
You probably do not know what your area likes or dislike unless you have been checking sites like Craigslist, USA4Sale, or Facebook Marketplace to see if any are selling any similar consoles in your area.
I can only recommend that you take good pictures and list your console on similar sites to see what the market is in your area.
Start your price high - $2,000 - $2,500 - with offers considered and local pick-up only.
Leave it posted for several weeks and if you receive no offers, lower the price and wait again.
This is the same model console as yours and is listed for $100.
It may not sell for even that low amount.
However, this is an excellent example of how your pictures should look and a good description. Pictures sell an item.
This console appears to be the same model as yours & is listed for $100:
A music store gives the average selling price @ around $245:
I see them often on eBay. They ask in the $225 range.
I didn't find china with blue border and flowers on www.replacements.com/
If your china does not have a maker's mark on the back, then I noticed that the pattern has a word, but it is impossible to make out in the photo. Write what is written there or add a photo of the word. Perhaps this word on the pattern will help identify the china.
Post a good picture of the back of the plate and someone may be able to help you.
There should be some kind of marking on the back of the plate. If there are no markings, it will be hard to identify.
Maybe you can just use a different color of paint instead of dying a portion of your white for the envelopes... IDK.
Maybe you can just use a different color of paint instead of dying a portion of your white for the envelopes... IDK.
How much is the bear filler plug?
How long have you had these bugs in your house?
These are probably bugs from the beetle family but you can take a few close-up pictures and take them to Ace or True Value hardware stores and ask them for help.
I use them because they're always willing to help.
They can tell what bug you have and what you need to do to get rid of them as they are multiplying every day.
Definitely looks like a termite and they hatch/dwell in groups, so that is probably what you have.
If you own your home then you should start thinking about having an inspection to see where they are located and what needs to be done to eliminate them.
If you are renting then you should inform your landlord of what you've seen.
I dont think they are termites, they are some type of beetle and they bite or sting. Not sure from which end. Some are more brown and some are black with wings.
It looks like a female webspinner
But I'm not sure.
Ask your question on this site:
If you did not obtain any breed information from the seller, or see the birth parents, you will probably have to do a DNA test if you really wish to know the breeds of your pup.
Sometimes, with several good pictures, age, and measurements someone can suggest certain breed traits but it's all just guessing.
DNA test is a good thing to have as it may provide health information also.
DNA tests range in price from $69 to hundreds but even the lowest price should tell you what you're asking about.
The most important thing you can do for your pup is to be sure she gets all of her shots/vaccinations, as these are essential to her good health and could save her life.
The only way to be certain of the breed of your cute pup is to have a DNA test done. This is also good to have done to provide info regarding the health of your pup. Embark ranges around $160 & was created in collaboration with Cornell University College of Vet Medicine. It also draws from a database of 350+ breeds & gives results in 2-4 weeks. It tests for more than 200 diseases including glaucoma, degenerative myelopathy, and dilated cardiomyopathy.
You cannot tell just by looks. Unless a dog has papers, a DNA test is required.
Maybe there's a sprinkling of some other type of terrier in there because she is taller than an average Chihuahua. A DNA test would reveal that.
She's adorable! It's hard to tell from the photo how long her legs are.
Maybe she is Chihuahua / Corgi or Rat terrier mix. Get a DNA test for your dog. It is a little pricey but I think it is interesting to know.
I think she is Chihuahua mixed breed. Do a dog DNA test.
Usually, a full set will be worth a small amount but 8 books do not appear to be a complete set so no matter the edition date, these are virtually of no value.
Sometimes thrift stores will take a nice set but will not be interested in a few books. The 1981 is a yearbook and these are so plentiful they are of no value either.
I believe your books will be difficult to even give away but you can always try.
Unfortunately they aren't worth much. You might consider donating them to a school.
The 1768 date is when Britannica company was first started, NOT an issue date for a set of encyclopedias. For your edition, look at the inside front pages for a publishing or edition date. Encyclopedias less that 100 years old, are NOT considered antique, and are only worth a few dollars per book in the set. The 1981 book is a yearbook only, and not valuable either. But it may be your edition's printing date. Even libraries don't want them anymore, even for their book sale fundraisers. Better to just donate to a thrift store - if THEY even want them.
These are 40 year old books worth very little. Donate them and take a deduction on your taxes.
I would contact Thomas Kinkade website to see if it truly is authentic.
It is difficult to provide an accurate answer without more information, but it appears these are authentic reproductions of Thomas Kinkade paintings.
As I read it, the Kinkade Company provided legal permission to several art studios/companies to make copies of his work and sell them to the public and other studios, who then sold them to the public.
This makes it difficult to provide accurate information as most often there is no official COA provided with these pictures but information about the style, size, material, and name of the painting is located on the back of the painting. It seems the studio name is also supposed to be on the back of the painting.
I believe this information is supposed to be on each painting but not all studios comply and there does not seem to be anyone checking up on this.
It appears your pictures may fall in one of the categories such as shown in this link:
I believe your pictures were purchased from a studio and then had the pictures framed in the style that suited them.
It appears the frames are plastic (from the pictures) but they could be another material - wood?
Thomas Kinkade pictures are loved around the world, but rights to reproduce were provided so freely, this type of work is prevalent and lowers the value of his real official limited editions/work.
However, it also provides access to his paintings to so many people who could never have afforded any type of his paintings.
If you read about some of his accomplishments, it would be difficult to not agree that his life was of huge benefit to the world.
Click on the arrow on the right to read about his life:
I would contact them directly and ask them that question. thomaskinkade.com/
It's impossible to tell from the photo if this is a real Kinkade.
In the first photo, the picture looks like The Sea of Tranquility, or rather it is a part of The Sea of Tranquility
For example like here www.ebay.com/
The Sea of Tranquility | The Thomas Kinkade Company (Library Edition) at $675
Title: The Sea of Tranquility
Collection: Seaside Memories
Add a photo of the signature.
Is it on paper or canvas?
It looks like Kinkade picture, maybe they are from his Seaside Memories Collection.
I have the exact same jester as you (pink doll). It is a limited edition doll. I have 456 of 5025. Check below the neckline on back. It is very hard to see and I had to get a magnifying glass out. No idea what the value is but I would assume in the $40 range due to its limited edition.
Mineral Oil is ALWAYS used with paraffin wax for a therapeutic dip. PLEASE put this in your RECEIPE NOTICE! PLAIN Paraffin wax is NEVER NEVER USED THERAPEUTICALLY! The mixture is 1 cup of mineral oil to 3-4 lbs of paraffin wax. The WAX REFILLS that you buy on AMAZON/etc contain the oil! They are NOT plain wax. The melting point is lower for paraffin than for bees wax. That is why you cannot substitute beeswax for paraffin.
Hello thank you so much for you answer, you charge per person?
Is it ok to put a couple cups of the awesome streak free Cleaning Vinegar in my rinse cycle just basically make them softerror like regular white Vinegar does . I know it's probably not good but I ask my girl to grab some at the store and she brought home this. And I will use it is love using vinegar and baking soda too . Thank you very much
There's a doll forum on ebay that might be able to help you identify your doll:
I'm sorry, but I am unfamiliar with any brand that uses a rose on the bottom of a doll.
It's possible someone placed the rose there for their own reasons and is not a brand mark.
I can only suggest you contact several of the doll forums, as these members have a lot of knowledge about antique/vintage dolls.
You will need to add a few items to the description before asking for their help.
Composition - very important.
Your doll is a boy doll, so this may narrow the search for them, as not all companies made boy dolls.
It would be best to contact several sites just in case one site does not recognize your doll.
You will have to join the groups before you can post, but all are free to join. Some may ask for donations but you can ignore that.
If no one here knows, you can ask the forum here: www.tapatalk.com/
My grandson is wanting a set of 1904 encyclopedias simply for a research project. How much would you have to have for them?
A slice of fresh lemon, placed in a small container - I use Espresso cups - is a highly effective, non-toxic way to get rid of Silverfish.
Your doll's designer/artist is Angela West and Some of her dolls are one-of-a-kind, while other dolls were produced in the 500's but this information appears to be only on the original COA that came in the original box with the doll.
Some of her dolls are valuable, so it would be best if you try to find out more about this particular doll.
Since there are so few of her dolls online - for sale or sold - You'll have to go to the doll forums to obtain information and current value.
Angela West currently makes christening gowns that are very expensive.
There are several doll forums that may be able to supply more information - value is another thing, and most of the members do not offer info on value.
Here is a similar doll listed for sale on eBay: $216
Here is a contact link on her website and she may answer your questions:
This is a good site to ask questions:
It look like ma dog same they told me is mix Pitt bull nd I dont kno what else but she never get tired nd always want to play nd like to bit me alot
It grows all over in Missouri. I ate a lot of it as a kid. We called it sour grass.
Always. I have a veggie cutter that I slice potato size I want put on cutter and get nice even beads. I make inch ones and half inch ones . Use both sizes in my necklaces and smaller are great for earrings
I use my air frier. Temp.130 for 3 hrs and they stay light.
Want to sell some but not sure how much to charge. I buy nice beads for in-between potato and I use magnetic closures.
Thought maybe $20 for necklace and earrings.
I have a Murphy no 649 rocker with a spaulding fibre product bottom. How can it find info on it.
Vaughan-Bassett Furniture company, often simply called Bassett Furniture, is one of the few furniture companies that we write about that is still in business today.
Just search similar Basset dresser.
Vaughan Bassett dresser Cherry Color was sold at $75
Vaughan Bassett Dresser w/Mirror at $408.75
Your table has a blue label of The Mahogany Association.
The Mahogany Association used two mahogany labels to be placed upon mahogany furniture eligible to receive them - red and blue.
The Blue Label is for furniture, particularly case goods, in which mahogany lumber and mahogany plywood are used. www.furniturecityhistory.org/
Your table was made from 1936 to 1949.
Don't give up hope! With the right help, it is still possible to repair damage from a fire and come back stronger than ever.
I think you also need psychological help to recover. Read this: www.apa.org/
Call your family and friends.
Check with your local American Red Cross.
Take care of your emotional health.
Such chairs were popular in the mid century.
1960s Vintage Italian Leather Lounge Chairs pair at $6,800
Mersman MCM Blonde Wood Drum Table was sold at $65.00
Your table is from 1950s.
I found similar Mersman Mid-Century Blonde Wood Drum Table sold at $725
I found two mallard ducks marked "American Wildlife Creation by William H. Turner Produced by Ispanky. Ispanky Porcelains Ltd. Made in U.S.A." from 1980s.
Contact Dr. William H. Turner (American/Virginia, b. 1934) to find out if he really made these ducks.
William Turner Wildlife Art Porcelain Ducks Sculpture from 1970 and Burgues "Snowy Owl" were sold for $46
Hilary by Dianna Effner at $89.99
I think it will be interesting for you to read about your creator Dianna Effner:
There is a great community on reddit:
r/FarmEquipment - Reddit for all types of new or used farm related tolls and equipment
Maybe they can help you
I found similar antique Victorian Humpback Dome Steamer Trunk American Wood / Metal at $375
Use Skout's Honor or any other good surfactant/detergent based cleaner. It gets down into the porous concrete and separates the feces from the surface and it can be washed away.
Scrape off dog poop, if it's dried use a metal shovel or poop scooper;
Saturate a six-inch perimeter with product;
Let it soak into the surface about 5 minutes;
Use a stiff-bristle brush and hit it with the hose;
Allow it to dry.
To remove the smell of poop use a mixed properly solution of white vinegar at a ratio of 2:1.
There are numerous ways to do this but if you have a power washer - or can borrow one - this is the fastest and most effective way to go.
You will still need to use cleaners and disinfectants but if your patio is very large this is your best option.
Hardware stores usually have these for rent and you'll only need it for a few hours.
Use a solution of water and detergent (or ammonia) to clean deep into the cracks.
You can read online solutions for types of cleaners to use and in what steps but you will definitely need an Enzyme cleaner to finish the job. Why? Enzyme cleaners are the only cleaners that will eliminate urine odors as bleach, hydrogen peroxide, ammonia, etc will not eliminate the smell. That is why animals return to the same spots to do their 'business' as they can still smell the odor.
Remember: you are washing the odor into the ground around the patio, so some smell will remain in the dirt/grass for several days.
You may need to spray this area also.
Soak with boiling water, sprinkle the spot with baking soda and scrub in the baking soda. Let it sit overnight.
Baking soda will remove odor too.
You have vintage Zenith Trans-Oceanic Vacuum Tube Radio, Model G-500, Circa 1949
The model G500 is the first model to use 5 miniature tubes.
I found Vintage Zenith Trans-Oceanic G500 Shortwave Radio World Receiver (1949) at $199.99
Similar Radio zenith Transoceanic at 290 EUR en.todocoleccion.net/
VTG Zenith Trans Oceanic Wave Magnet Tube Radio Model T600-#4403123 at $168.75, was $225 www.ebay.com/
This sewing machine was made by the Wm. A. Mack & Co., starting in 1861. They received a patent for its version of the sewing machine in 1863. Wm Macks brother joined the firm after serving honorably in the Civil War in 1866 and began selling the Domestic sewing machine from a wagon.
When the Mack brothers left the company, Domestic stopped being the leader of the industry and started to copy the Singer model 27. The name of this Domestic model was King. It is not quite clear what the early models were named. The company used at least one number, the No.3, which was sold in the 1880s. Machinesif No.1 and No. 2 were made between 1861 and 1879 approx. After the numbers came to the models with letters- A. B. C... which would have debuted sometime in the 1870s or 1880s. 1884 was the first-named model and it was called Reliable. After that and about 1890 give or take a year or two, the company produced the New Domestic. Then came the King which as you have already read, was a clone of the Singer 27 sewing machine. sewingiscool.com/
Models with a wood cabinet, no name but with serial 469723 may have been produced after 1924 and before the companys demise. On average for the machines with cabinets in good condition worth between $175 to $225. sewingiscool.com/
I found a discussion of a similar "Domestic" Antique Treadle Sewing Machine:
Value is about $100-150.
The Domestic Sewing Machine Company was established in 1861 by N. S. Perkins and William Mack in Norwalk, Ohio. The first complete machine was introduced in 1864. They moved the main office into an iconic building on 14th and Broadway on Union Square in New York City. The company did not survive the Great Depression in the 1930s. mearto.com/
Value of similar sewing machine in good condition is $250-400 mearto.com/
YOU ARE.MY SUNSHINE Yolanda Bello Lullaby Babies Doll Ashton-Drake Mint In box at $79.99
I think your bean bag baby by Yolanda Bello is from 1990s. Ashton-Drake Galleries Cherry Blossom with COA 3244 FA at $15 www.ebay.com/
I found Ashton Drake Doll with #7214 FA. Maybe she is from the same collection (because there are letters FA).
Time period 1990-1999.
YOU ARE MY SUNSHINE Yolanda Bello Lullaby Babies Mint at $242
I think you they are overcooked.
Do not do any more mixing of your burger meat than necessary.
Do not cook patties straight out of fridge or the freezer.
Take them off just before you think they're finished, they continue to cook after they're removed from the heat.
Your monkey has very long arms. I think I found similar monkey:
Plush Toy Monkey Vintage w/ long arms legs adhesive palms Great Condition at $18.73.
Not only stuck on me..but they bit and are not easy what so ever to squeeze out.
Yes!! I'm losing my mind! U sweep them..and boom..they appear again. Now they look like freckles but they're stuck all over me. I'm freaking out. I've done everything. What the hell is this shit?
I'm in a similar situation. Someone greased a door that we deliberately want to squeak so we can hear when someone is coming or going. However, I can't use heavy chemical cleansers. Would vinegar or something else be able to restore the squeak?
Did you find it? My dad makes them.
Doggie Doors are not a good idea because, you are inviting thieves into your home. A small child could enter the home through the doggie door, walk up to the front door and open it to let someone from the outside in.
Ive been doing that for a month at least and still are everywhere! Bedrooms, Barhroom Kitchen ect I do rescue pets that people cant take care of anymore and have 4 Birds,2 bunnies and a dog
A healthy alternative.
I have to avoid caffeine, but love Chai Tea. So this is a cheaper alternative and healthier than buying the pre-made concentrate. Thanks for the tip.
OMG ! I have been dealing with the same thing for a little over a year . It's changed everything about me . It takes me a really long time to get ready because I have to steam anything I wear . I keep all my clothes in bags I put in sealed tubs . I vacuum and steam daily. I've tried everything multiple times including prescription creams and oral Ivermectin on three separate occasions two times a week apart . The dermatologist did a biopsy of one of the sores on my scalp which she said came back clear of anything but the biopsy report said spongiotic dermatitis with a rare eosinophils. This dermatologist prescribed an antidepressant and thinks I'm crazy or delusional apparently . What was interesting is while she was doing the biopsy she said she thought she saw something move . I guess she is just delusional too. This is ruining my life and I can't get adequate medical care .
This gives you an idea of how much Samurai swords are selling for right now. This sword sold on 5.2.22 for $210: www.ebay.com/
Where can I see everyone's photos?
You may need to have your antique furniture professionally appraised.
Here's the contact link for Noritake & they may be able to help you:
Some books on the history of Noritake do state that not every pattern was recorded in the factories. This seems to refer to patterns that were not successful and very few 'runs' were made.
Since this mark was used for so many years, there is no real way to state what year this pattern was produced.
There are several good books on Noritake patterns, and you may be able to do an online search for libraries that may have some of these books available. If you have a current library card, you may be able to have a book sent to your local library, where you can review it or check it out to search for this pattern.
Another way that sometimes works is to find a book for sale on eBay and ask the seller if they would check to see if your pattern is in their book. You may have to check with several sellers, or you could buy a book.
It is my understanding that one book is very good.
According to this website www.theoldstuff.com/
Nippon and Morimura Brothers joined forces in 1904 and established a factory in Noritake, Japan
There is a good book:
Aimee Neff Alden "Early Noritake Identification and Values"
Maybe this book has your pattern.
This mark was used in 1930s (in the early 1920's until around 1940). I found this information here: gotheborg.com/
"Mark: "M" for Morimura in a wreath, crowned by "NORITAKE" and below, "Hand painted" and "Made in Japan". This mark was registered in 1918 and seems to have come in to used in the early 1920's when it was used until around 1940, in combination with pattern names and number, and also some rows mentioning that a patent for the decoration was applied for. Tentative date; 1930's."
Your Noritake china pattern was used in 1930s.
Does the awesome take the color off?
Examine the gem carefully.
Yellow sapphire usually tends to have several flaws, such as fine crystals, feathers and needle-like inclusions.
Most of the citrines found in the market contain no visible inclusions.
Citrine has a slightly lower refractive index - it is a tad less brilliant than the yellow sapphire.
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Without a photo of the hallmark we can only guess.
I did not find the mark 81, but there is 84. Perhaps the number 4 is not clearly visible.
84 - zolotnik fineness = .875
84 met with silver from many countries, for example, Estonia, Finland, France, Iran, Poland, Russia
Seymour Mann started Connoisseur Doll Collection In the early '80s.
I see that you have a boy with a bag. I found Vintage Seymour Mann Dolls Connoisseur Collection Jason Boy w/bag 14" 271/1200
Check the mark on the back of the neck, maybe your doll is from the same collection
He is in exellent condition, he never was for playing, but no original box
He has the tag "Jason" and marked on the left shoe "MANN MCMXCVIII CHINA", MCMXCVIII = 1998.