Take multiple pictures of your mirror (including any numbers or maker's marks) and show them to an antique appraiser or send them to an online appraisal service.
I have a piece of furniture that was built in the 1920s, in Chicago, possibly a salesman's sample piece. How can I find out what its value is?
I have a George Washington and Martha Washington plates in Royal Daulton George H. Bowman blue and white along with Buffalo Mt. Vernon blue and white plates. Do you know what their estimated value may be?
I have a royal falcon ironstone plate. I would like to know its value, but I can't find it online anywhere. How would I find out how much it's worth?
I have a few antique teacups and saucers, how can I get them appraised?
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