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    Quote Originally Posted by melanieb View Post
    Last of the bunch - for now.

    Again, many thanks
    poole pottery

    you do not state size.

    £35 to £90



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    THANK YOU MARGARET.
    I have sent you an email replying to your query . but for some reason it did not go through.

    The answer to your question.

    Yes Royal Doulton did make Religious figures that look like they are made of chalk. It is a bisque like product and unglaze, Infact they are very rear.

    John Nolan

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    email me

    jcmnolan@hotmail.com

    or phone

    07714 32 22 52

    My Address
    John Nolan, The Antiques Man
    6-8, Portland Street, Southport. Merseyside England PR8 1JU

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    Elephants

    Dear John

    I found your contact details on the Qlocal website.

    Could you help me to find out what value could have my silver elephant statue ?

    Please check attached picture.

    Kind regards

    AJ

    Hi, AJ choluj It is very dificult to value your item without inspecting it personaly. Valuations open daily... 10-5

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    Value my stuff has past the HALF MILLION hit mark
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    Value 18th Century Long Case carved 8 day clock

    Ian Burbridge
    hi,
    very dificult to value.
    your longcase clock is very unusual, a bit dumpy, top heavy, ugly and at the present time not commercial. So an auction price would be £300 -£400. This is what a dealer would pay. 20 years ago £1200 - £1500.

    Insurance price £1200 today.

    Retail price. It is working, 8 day, brass face all adds to its value. I am sure in places like The Cotswolds a Posh antique shop would ask £1900 - £2200.
    Good luck.
    John Nolan


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