To find the value of antique binoculars, identify the make and model, and contact an antique dealer. This process take approximately 20 minutes and requires access to the binoculars, access to a phone directory or the Internet and a phone or email account.Know More
Locate the name of the company that designed and manufactured your binoculars. The name is generally imprinted on the casing.
Find the model number, which is usually located next to the company name on the casing.
Consult a local antiques dealer with the make and model of the binoculars. The dealer can provide an estimated value.
The value of a Hummel figurine can be found at HummelPriceBook.com. The site notes that it includes a full inventory of Hummel figurines and the ability to access price guides from Greystone Publishing. The site also includes a library for identifying figurines.Full Answer >
The value of an old postcard can be found in guides including volumes published by Kovels and Picture Postcard Values. Kovels has an online subscription service that allows users to view prices of various postcards. Picture Postcard Values features prices for more than 6,000 entries and illustrations for more than 400 postcards in a book available to order.Full Answer >
The value of a Satsuma Japanese tea set can be determined by visiting online collector and retail venues. As of 2014, a set is valued between $150 and $175 although it often sells on auction websites for about $100. An insured set has a replacement value of $150 to $200. Genuine Satsuma Japanese tea sets are highly valued if the pieces are intact, unbroken and still in the original box.Full Answer >
Antique paperweights are collectible paperweights that are often made of glass and can be dated as early as 1845. Paperweights are small heavy objects made of glass or metal and are placed on paper to keep it from scattering.Full Answer >