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Old 06-06-2015, 02:48 PM
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Default Rare China ? School me before I BLOW IT UP !!!

If No one wants it I am going to BLOW IT UP !!!

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What the hell am I looking at? Hmmmm durability test in the microwave?
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Any shots of the bottoms?
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any shots of the bottoms?
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Post WW2 Japanese.






















(I have no idea, I might be right, but, video blowing them up!)
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Have to see the bottom. Either English or jap knock off.
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Guessing "tea cup of the month club" sort of thing, or was someone a serious collector? Crazy what some of this stuff can bring.
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I have a couple booths in an antique mall. Been doing it for several years and should really know more than I do about antiques by now. I usually avoid glassware because it is too tedious to price and sell. But Giraud Limoges is a name I remember and I would snatch it up if it were really cheap. They all look to have gold leaf so don't nuke'em or tape price tags over the gold. Could be worth as little as $10 for a cup and saucer or over $100, Wish I knew more but definitely not a Gibson knock off.
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Put it on eBay, or try local estate liquidator . stuff NEVER brings what it's "worth", as there's a lot of old stuff around....and few want it.
Get what you can and GO FISHING!!!
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serious collector ...

I want something for it

My local "Antique dealers" are IDIOTS !!!
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The C-6912 if Lefton, good stuff too. All too good to give to Goodwill of blow up haha!
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I usually try to get half what items have sold for on eBay. You can buy $20 china for a quarter to $1 at garage sales all day but good luck getting $5 for it locally (at least around here). Would get fairest price auctioning it all off.
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I am putting up an electric pot tonight

just for grins ...
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Just goggled the C-6912 one - $18.50 on ebay.

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