Brimfield Antiques & Collectibles: Amazing Finds

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Brimfield is a  always a mecca for dealers and fans including WorthPoint’s CEO and founder, Will Seippel, a lifelong collector. In this video, shot  during the July Brimfield, Will walks around Brimfield sharing his experience as a collector and dealer and finding treasures including Edison Cylinders, state license plates and a phonograph from the Sonora company, which his grandfather owned.

Videographer: Scott J. Shactman
Editor: Sharon Levy

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  1. Cindy Rogers says:

    I have a wooden case that was made for transporting eggs (so I was told)back in the 1800’s,during the great depression.I would like to know if you have any idea what I have or if it’s worth anything? The tag on the inside lid say’s…”WENTWORTH BROTHERS”manufactures of The Wenthworth Poultry Fountain- The Iron Band Egg Case-(patent applied for)Cornish Maine…

    If you can give me any information on what this is , please send me an e-mail or if you need some pictures,please let me know…
    sincerly,Cindy Rogers

  2. Cindy Rogers says:

    June 14, 2009 at 9:06 am
    I have a wooden case that was made for transporting eggs (so I was told)back in the 1800’s,during the great depression.I would like to know if you have any idea what I have or if it’s worth anything? The tag on the inside lid say’s…”WENTWORTH BROTHERS”manufactures of The Wenthworth Poultry Fountain- The Iron Band Egg Case-(patent applied for)Cornish Maine…

    If you can give me any information on what this is , please send me an e-mail or if you need some pictures,please let me know…
    sincerly,Cindy Rogers

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  3. helen bryant says:

    i have a nude headless bust which weighs about 5 kilos and was handmade by MONTROSE pRODUCTS IN 1978, it has been signed by the arist on the back leg. it is about 13ins. high which includes the marble base it sits on. it is of a female and has no arms either. the material looks a bit like bronze but is too yellow i think for bronze. the artist name looks like elron 78. i tried to look it up on the internet but had no luck. if u could help me in any way i would really appreciate it. if u need photos, i will gladly email u some. thanking you, helen Australia.