A lucky bidder can cast a spell this Halloween with this cast iron flying witch boot scraper. It sold for $2,645 at recent Copake auction.
Subscribe to our YouTube channel KovelsAntiques! This week we are getting ready for Halloween. Terry shows you old and new Halloween collectibles. She gives you tips on what to buy and warns you about repairs to old papier-mache jack-o’-lanterns that could lower their value.
Terry Kovel describes various pressed glass patterns. Pressed glass was first made in the United States in the 1820s after the invention of glass pressing machines. For more information on pressed glass, go to its section on the online price guide.
It's National Fire Prevention Week. Homes and public buildings used fire grenades from about 1870 to 1910. This one sold for $431 at a Showtime auction.
Offer honey to your Rosh Hashanah guests in this vintage Franciscan Apple jam jar. It sold for $125 in an online shop.