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Collecting

1949 Television

Q: I recently moved into a house in Shreveport, Louisiana, and the former owner left behind an early television set. Although I understand most TV sets aren’t all that valuable, this one might be an exception. According to the sticker on the back of the set, it is a GE Continue reading →

Collecting

Sewing Machine

Q: I have inherited a Priscilla sewing machine, model 14A314. Can you tell me more about it and, perhaps, its value? — Susan, Surprise, Ariz. A: The Priscilla sewing machine was manufactured by the New Home Sewing Machine Company and sold mostly through department stores. Your machine was produced in Continue reading →

Collecting

Kewpie Cup and Saucer

Q: My grandmother received a Kewpie cup and saucer in about 1915 made by Royal Rudolstadt in the Green Tree pattern. I have searched online but have not been able to find a set like it. — Betty, Jackson, Wyo. A: Your cup and saucer probably is worth about $250. Continue reading →