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Flying Cloud

Flying Cloud appraisal

Shadow box containing a bone (or some composite) carving of a sailing ship with gold painted highlights on a grey wool background.  The brass plaque (picture included) reads Flying cloud 1850.  The back has a sticker saying Turner Wall Accessory (picture included).  The frame (or more specific wood box) would appear to me to be walnut or possibly mohoggany with a glass front.  The back also has a signiture (see picture).

Category: 
Maps, Charts, and Nautical
Condition: 
Good
Medium / Material: 
wood and bone (possibly)
Distinguishing marks: 
Signed by Walter Coll????
Period: 
Dimensions: 
about 33x28
Weight: 
10 lbs.
History: 
For Sale: 
No
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Sean2z's picture
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 I have one exactly the same as this one.  What would be the best way to sell it?  Was it ever appraised?  I see one on eBay for $99 and I would never sell mine that cheap.

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These are not that old or valuable. Turner Wall Art was made by the Turner Manufacturing Company. The company was based in Chicago and mass produced a wide variety of modestly priced decorative items until they went out of business in the the 1970's. At auction shadow boxes by them often sell for under $100.00.

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I have one just like it, I bought it at a storage locker sale, for 40 dollars. I took it apart  Because i was curious of what it could be made of.  I'm Sorry to say, But it's made out of plastic. I like mine, And to me it was worth 40 dollars.

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