Antiques

Our Services

 

  • Estate Auctions
  • Antique Appraisal
  • Buying Antiques
  • Selling Antiques

 

Old World has a respected history of buying and selling rare and unique antiques and collectibles. We have Licensed Auctioneers on staff and Antique Experts with over 100 years experience combined. In addition to executing an estate sale on your premises, or appraising your valuables, we are also available by appointment to assess larger collections within your home.
 
We are available at our 3716 N. Main St. location to look at and make an offer on your antiques. You can purchase our antiques in two ways. Old World Jewelry is listed as Powersellers on ebay, click here:
 
http://stores.ebay.com/JEWELSFORALLS-STORE
 
We are also opening a new 6k square foot store so our customers will be able to buy antiques of all kinds directly. Follow us and we will keep you updated on the move.
 

Always Buying and Looking For:

 
The following lists common types of antiques we typically buy and sell. it is difficult to make an exhaustive listing; please call us or come in to get more information.
 

  • ADVERTISING- Ephemera, Postcards, Stamps
  • AMERICANA and FOLK ART
  • ANTIQUE BOOKS- Signed, First-Edition, Comic Books, Graphic Novels
  • ANTIQUE FARM and SPORTING
  • ARCHITECTURAL FINDINGS- Windows, Doors, Decorative, Hardware, etc…
  • CLOCKS- Grandfather, Mantle,
  • DECORATIVE ART- Ceramics, China, Pottery, Figurines, Porcelain, Stoneware, Cast Iron
  • FINE ARTS- Sculptures, Paintings, Print, Poster, Etc..
  • FURNITURE- All Types
  • GLASS- American, Art, Cut, Bottles, Crystal, Stained, Fenton, European, Depression, Carnival and more
  • LIGHTING- Victorian, Table, Leaded, Art Glass, Stained Glass, Fixtures, Chandeliers
  • MILITARY and POLITICAL- Medals, Collectibles, Memorabilia
  • OLD RADIOS
  • PHOTOGRAPHY- Tin Types, Ambrotype, Dagguerreotype, Etc…
  • PRIMITIVES
  • SPORTS, MUSIC & MOVIE MEMORABILIA- Autographs, Cards, Rare Posters
  • TOYS

 
We are always looking for anything old and interesting!

30 Responses so far.

  1. tammy says:

    I have a china set my dad purchased in Thailand in 1973 it’s manufactured by noritake style fellicia Japan 6977. The only thing missing is the platter and it has an extra tea set with it has well. I also have some sold I guess it would be costume jewelry some of it is stamp 12k and I have some avon jewelry has well. And old figurines and Christmas decorations old plastic village. I remember setting up the plastic village when I was very young for Christmas at my grandma’s I am now 41 I know it very old decorations. Well anyways I was wanting know if that is something you all have interest in. Thank you for your time look forward to hearing from you.

    Sincerely
    Tammy

    • admin says:

      Hello Tammy,

      These sound like some items we would like to take a look at. 12k gold is always an interest, as is anything old or signed. Of course, it is very important for us to review the condition, age, maker’s marks and other characteristics before we can give you any definitive value. If you are in the area, please come in or call us! We are pleased to help you.

      Thank You!

      • tammy says:

        Thank you I will definitely bring in some of my items for you guys to look at. I think it would be interesting to she what I have. Look forward to paying a visit to see what item are there has well

  2. Amber says:

    I have a antique jewelry/trinket box made with ormolu and decorated with enamel on the base. On the cover is a micro mosaic roundel representing the doves of Pliny set on black slate. The interior is lined and marked with the name of dealer that made it and sold it in Rome, Italy approximately 1880. I was wondering if that was something you would be interested in?

    Sincerely,

    Amber

  3. Lara Dailey says:

    My grandparents recently passed at the age of 98 and I am looking to sell some stuff. I have a steamer trunk from the 1880’s in good condition, a couple of trunks,a cedar box from mcgraw box company on the bottom of the box it says patent applied for, a old 50’s bicycle missing the seat have decals and all, a famous james motorcycle missing some of the motor parts, world war 2 patches, world war 2 pilots hat with recievers, pamphlets given to soldiers by the war department and liberation postcards, some old glass bottles, some old crocks, some maybe 50’s or 60’s chair and some misc items… are you interested in any of these items?

    • admin says:

      Yes we are! Please call us at 937-275-3226 and we can schedule a time for our buyer to come and view your items as you have some larger pieces.
      Thank You!
      Adrienne

  4. Ron Fig says:

    Hello,
    I have a number of items you may be interested in, I have a 1929 Singer foot pedal powered sewing machine. I also have a Silvertone phonograph player, a antique cherry wood chest, dresser, and bed. There are 3 additional cabinets and other items that I hope to have inventoried soon. Please let me know if I can schedule an appraisal of these items.

    Thank You,
    Ron Fig

    • admin says:

      Yes we are! Please call us at 937-275-3226 and we can schedule a time for our buyer to come and view your items as you have some larger pieces.
      Thank You!
      Adrienne

  5. Nancy says:

    I have an old Coke bottle from around 1950’s (big bottle of Coca-Cola – probably a pint size) as well as a big bottle of 7-Up and a 1950’s sprinkler that goes into each bottle for ironing purposes — I remember both my Grandmothers using these to do their ironing. Would you be interested in something like this?

    Thank you.

  6. Brandi says:

    Hello! I was looking in my attic and found a large box of Ezra Brooks Decanters. Let me know if you are interested thanks.

    • admin says:

      Hello Brandi,

      This is definitely the type of item you would need to bring in. We are always interested in collectibles, but these particular decanters usually do not carry much value on their own. There may be bottles in your collection of specific interest. We have to look and see. Hope that helps.
      Thanks!

  7. Bobbie Beasley says:

    I have a miniature secretary by Maitland Smith. It’s hand painted and in very good condition considering I have had it for23 years. I have the key to it as well. I believe it was manufactured in Thailand. I saw one on Ebay for sale by a lady from the U.K. and she was asking 10k US. I would like to know the value of my little secretary. Would you be able to help me with an appraisal? I also have a picture of a boy and a sheep. Thank you for your consideration.
    Bobbie

    • admin says:

      Bobbie,
      We would like you to call our store and then send in some pictures. It could certainly have some value, however, in cases like these, there are many factors that contribute to resale value vs appraisal value. First, the authenticity would need to be verified. Many pieces are faked. Next, the condition would need to be evaluated. Sometimes, the average consumer may see great condition, while an expert will look for a very unusual hallmark or notation that an average collector may not know about. And those are just some considerations. We can give you more detail. Please call us at 937-275-3226 and let someone know you would like to send some pictures via email or phone of your piece. Tell them Adrienne referred you.

      Thank You!

  8. brandy says:

    I have some old jewelry that was my grandmothers, I was looking to see if you would be interested in. I have a bracelet that is in its 1890s made in the middle east, it has rubies, diamonds and enamel all around it. I also have 2 other bracelets that is older as well I can bring them in with me so show you and I have a broach as well

    • admin says:

      Hello Brandy,

      You have come to the right place. We are experts in antique jewelry, with over 100 years combined experience and two Graduate Gemologists on board. Your Victorian pieces sound very interesting and we would love to see them and tell you what we think.

      Thanks,
      Adrienne

  9. tammy says:

    I was wondering if you buy anything from the Hamilton collection or Bradford exchange. I have some collections/collectibles from the native American collections with certificates of authenticity. Most of the items are the sacred spirit collaction sets. Thank you for your time.

    Sincerely
    Tammy

    • admin says:

      Hello Tammy,

      Yes we buy these types of items, however, as we say to most of our customers, bring the items in so we can appraise them. This particular type of collectible does not always hold value. We often find that some pieces in their collections will have value, while others have very little. For example, their Coca-Cola items have had success, but others have little to no value. We need to see the items :)
      Thanks
      Adrienne

  10. Heather says:

    I have an old record player console, do you purchase such item? If so are they worth anything?

    • admin says:

      We purchase record players.They must work. If it is a nice version only missing something such as a needle, I would still suggest letting us look. Value is dependent on condition and type. This is an item you would have to bring in.
      Thank you!

  11. tammy says:

    I have a coca cola cooler from maybe 1940’s 1950’s it that something you are interested in I figured I would ask around. Thanks

  12. Tracy says:

    Hi,
    Father-in-law passed and have a number of items:
    Vintage suitcases
    Vietnam elephant garden stools
    Vietnam copper? Silverware set in a wooden “suitcase”
    50s men and women’s clothes, women’s shoes, handbags, hats
    Kitchen items
    Cameras
    Painted prints
    Vietnam art work
    60s children’s games
    Various specialized soda bottles
    Mickey Mouse “toy”
    Superman lunchbox
    BSeball and football cards

    Anything of interest to you?

    • admin says:

      Hello,

      These are all items we would look at, but we ask that you bring them in. If you could put everything in a few boxes or bins, our staff would be glad to review all these items with you and make an offer. You don’t need an appointment, just come in!

      Thanks!

  13. Julie says:

    Hello! I own an antique dining room set that includes table with self storing leaf, hutch, buffet, and 6 chairs including 1 captains chair. Finish is cherry. Everything is original. I am only the 2 owner, originally purchased in 1956. I would like to sell. How do I getc an estimate of what you would offer me if you were interested? I l live in columbus,so not too far but the furniture is very heavy and I would like an estimate before I loaded and drove there. I have pics.
    Thank you for your time!
    Julie

    • admin says:

      Hello Julie!

      We encounter this situation frequently. Luckily, you can send us pictures via text or email and we can take a look at the item. We have associates in Columbus who would be happy to pick up the piece if we agreed to purchase it. Please call me today and I can give you an email or phone number so you may direct your pictures.
      (937)275-3226

      Thanks!
      Adrienne

  14. Dave says:

    Hi! I have some things that may be of interest to you. All of these things were purchased in the early seventies, all but two of the items were purchased in Germany. I have a Silver Cross red leather pram, great shape, set of China, Jim Beam decanters, Ertl John Deer pedal tractor, and two Honda kick n go’s. If these are of any interest to you, let me know and we’ll try to arrange a time to bring them in. Thanks!!

    • admin says:

      Hello Dave,

      We are interested in these items. You can bring them in at any time without making an appointment. We have 3-6 antique experts on staff at any given time and they will be able to take a look at your items. We are open from 9:30am-6:00pm, Mon-Fri and Sat 9:30-4pm. We are.located at 3716 N Main St. at the corner of Redwood and N. Main. We are in a giant white building with a big parking lot.

      Look forward to seeing you!
      Adrienne

  15. Tina Snyder says:

    Hi, I purchased a bunch of items from an auction and 2 of them are oil paintings with very old frames, which are covering any signature. The frames themselves have paper backing and a sticker that says it was “Framed by Lowe Brothers Paints Salem Mall”. I have looked it up and can only find information on the brothers but on no frames they did. Do you have any info that could help me? Also, I am in the Dayton area so could bring them in if you like. Thanks so much.

    • admin says:

      Bring them in! Our buyers have seen lots of art from the Dayton area and they can assess the age and value. They may be able to shed light on the framers. Sounds interesting!

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