Antiques & Collectibles
Amazing estate lot! Beautiful pieces! Includes several pieces of sterling! Georgian amethyst gold fill cufflinks, amethyst stick pin and carved amethyst sterling ring! Beautiful old German enamel “good luck” panel bracelet. Reverse carved painted dog face cufflink (single) And more!!! Great instant collection! Please ask questions before purchasing, no returns on jewelry. Contact: https://www.ebay.com/itm/285540387624?hash=item427b888b28
This beautiful statue is very detailed. The photographs don’t do justice. The detail is unbelievable! This lady are approx 16 inches high. This statue of this lady is approx 6 lbs in weight. I am selling a large collection of Asian collectibles from two vintage estates. This item is very old, please check all photos
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SIZE: almost 1.25″ diameter Box not included CONDITION: one stone missing and some patina and scratches from age Measurements: I take the time to measure each item and provide that here in the description. Please take note of these so that you know the item will fit. From a pet free and smoke free home
Description 1932 Packard 903 Coupe Roadster Listed on behalf of the owner. Located near PORTLAND, OREGON. Sold new in Greenwich, Connecticut on August 20th, 1932, this 9th Series Packard Deluxe 8 Coupe Roadster underwent a full concours restoration approximately 20 years ago and has been pampered by the current owner for the last 17 years. Riding
Not just beautiful, but exceptionally rare, too – that’s what you’ll tell everyone at the car shows when they see this 1956 Ford Victoria. After all, less than 2% of the ‘56 Fairlane production was this top-of-the-line Victoria. The Thunderbird badging on the front fender is no accident. Pop the hood and you’ll find the
1937 Cadillac 6027 Sport Coupe Listed on behalf of the owner. Located in PORTLAND, OREGON. Designed to compete with the Packard 120, the 60 Series Cadillacs for 1937 provided a lot of bang for the buck. Featuring Cadillac’s new 346 cubic inch V8, generating 135 horsepower (15 more than the Packard), and all on a