Is a piece of florenza jewelry worth anything?
Answer . \nDoubtfull. If it was very valuable it should have been declared on your insurance coverage and you might be able to file a claim on it. In this instance, it's a… "Your word -vs- his word" and I doubt much will come of it. Now if you see his new girlfriend wearing it, that would be another issue.
Answer . Without seeing it I'd have to guess, but it sounds like a lamination error. That occurs when one of the layers of cupronickel cladding did not bond properly to th…e copper core, and it fell off. A clad Kennedy half with this error retails for around .
It is worth 18 00
As with most 20p coins since their introduction in 1982 the date is on the back (the opposite side to the Queen's head) and such coins can be valued at exactly 20p.. From the… release of the new 20 Pence coin in 2008, the date is on the obverse (front) and it is still worth 20 Pence.
Found old jewelry that belongs to my Aunt. There was a label thatsays Monet 4061 Colette. Does this mean anything and type ofjewelry is it.
It depends on the volume of the gold that is plated on the jewelry, but when an item is electro plated, the plating material is usually very thin - less than 0.01mm - so there… is hardly any volume of gold. So even though gold is expensive, a gold-plated item is worth just a few pence (cents) more than the item would be if it did not have the gold. This is ok if you want to buy inexpensive jewelry, where the main thing is whether it looks good, but you won't be able to sell it for any money.
18k gold plated jewelry is not worth much based on the gold amount.However, it could have design or sentimental value and be worthsomething to you.
Modified coins have no collector value. Any value would be associated with the bracelet and brooch.
Yes very much so especially the pins with the big chunky crystals or gems in them. There was some very good costume jewelry made from the 20's through 70's that isn't like the… stuff they sell today. I have found, some cases, real gems and gold. The really good pieces are often stamped on the back with the name of company. If you are interested in selling your things research them carefully before taking them to an antique store. Many times the store will tell you a lower price and then turn around and sell them for a really nice high price. Most collectibles have secondary market books out listing current prices, but I am not sure there is any on costume jewelry. EBay is also another place to check for the value of something.
em... YES :|
The backside upside down one is the standard issue.--well worn $60. The other variety is called a "medal" coin and is not upside down--it is worth $300 ( well worn)
It really depends on what typ of paper product the autograph is on. Typically cardboard style paper products fetch more green back. Glossy style paper also does pretty good in… an auction setting. Whereas a wrapping typ of paper product has shown to do quite poor in the past but an optimistic outlook could have them on the rebound! Gates Brown's autograph without the paper (ink only) could fetch anywhere around $115-$120 at the right auction.
It depends on the quality of the jewelry to some extent, but as little gold-plated jewelry is of high craftsmanship it mostly depends on the amount of gold used in the overlay…. Gold plating is usually quite thin, so it is unlikely to add much value above the resale value of a given jewelry piece.
yes, there are various merchants that will reach deep into their wallets to acquire such artefacts. Often found in antique stores pure silver, copper and bronze coins are not …of particular value. The remnants of Old England, Greece, Rome and even France, 24 karat gold coins or 'pieces' have been known to fetch a few hundred, almost up to $1000 if sold to the correct merchant or collector. I'd suggest hold on to it until you find someone who is particularly interested in the piece and it willing to pay at least a price within the hundreds. Note, the prices can vary depending on whether the piece is genuine and where its origins lie.