Current prices are recorded from antiques shows, flea markets, sales and auctions throughout the United States. Prices vary in different locations because of local economic conditions. Record, Dick Todd, Rainbow Records, Red Apple Cheeks, Daddy’s Little Boy, 78 RPM, 93⁄ inches, $15. Kewpie figurine, bride and groom huggers, bisque, c. 1920s, 31⁄ inches, $175. Decanter, Bohemian glass, paint, winged
creatures, swags, faceted stopper, c. 1900, 10 inches, pair, $365. Frankart lamp, art deco, nude woman, arms outstretched, enameled metal, 101⁄ x 6 inches, $390. Toy, folk art, two women, churning butter, jointed, wood, pull-string movement, c. 1850, 4 inches, $560. Cabinet, papier-mache and chinoiserie, figures, wood panel doors, c. 1890, 20 x 18 inches, $625. Sterling Silver, incense burner, double gourd,
handles, birds, repousse design, tripod foot, c. 1890, 13 x 9 inches, $950. Fun House mirror, carnival, wood frame, blue, lighted marquee, 1930s, 81 x 33 inches, $1,160. Indian doll, Mohave, pottery, red, black and tan, beaded necklace, wood cradleboard, straps, c. 1885, 7 inches, $1,915. Garden statue, girl caught in storm, bracing herself, marble figure, 1900s, 45 x 20 inches, $2,955.