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Finds in the GARBAGE!

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    Quote by KradSpam View Post
    Joe look on the edge of the base for a signature. The round brass base directly attached to the feet of the figures, not the stone part. They look a lot like something I was recently researching.
    Yep, a bunch of them are marked... One was Rossi... I forget the others off the top of my head.

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    I was looking into a guy called Josef Lorenzl, he mostly does figure of girls like this and they reminded me of him a lot.

    I have this little deco figurine that I was looking into. Mine is a copy though. Yours look like they are originals by fine artists, really great detail.

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    Thanks, Krad!

    My dad loves them... My mom... not so much.

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    I love Deco Art!

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    I love you

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    Even good quality repros are worth money let alone period originals-unbelievable what people will just chuck away...

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    What type of mud head actually Throws away such 1920's deco statues? Most of them aren't really bronze, but made of common spelter, but Still...they have decent resale value. Sheesh.....
    William

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

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    Quote by Wagriff View Post
    What type of mud head actually Throws away such 1920's deco statues? Most of them aren't really bronze, but made of common spelter, but Still...they have decent resale value. Sheesh.....
    It takes all kinds... In that same lot we got a pirate ship and a scooter, too!

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    Joe, there were some very similar statuettes on the Antique Roadshow a few years ago , they were valued at around 500 each and these were 1920s as well, it would be advisable to research all the marked ones, you never know there might be one there worth a whole lot more

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    I think that ring is in sight now Joe - Those statues will be worth
    quite a lot - unless, because they are not militaria related,
    your dad wants to keep them.........!
    Regards,


    Steve.

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