Current prices are recorded from antiques shows, flea markets, sales and auctions throughout the United States. Prices vary in different locations because of local economic conditions.
Airplane whistle, makes a sirenlike whirl, propeller twirls, red and yellow plastic, 1950s, 4 x 3 1/2 inches, $30.
Pinocchio lunch pail, round, tin, removable lid, carrying handle, red, Pinocchio on lid, Geppetto, Jiminy, Figaro all around, Walt Disney Productions, 1940, 6 1/2 x 5 inches, $150.
Ed Sullivan Kodak Film store cabinet, tin, image of Ed smiling, "Hold it! Got Film?," four slots with clear tabs to hold film, Kodak logo on sides, 1960s, 7 1/2 x 12 inches, $195.
Political cartoon necktie, rose-colored, "Vote for Roosevelt, Happy Days Are Here Again," image of Roosevelt on donkey, 1932, 4 x 43 inches, $475.
Toothache Puppy Dog cookie jar, brown dog, white scarf tied around face, one paw up, American Bisque, 1950s, 14 inches, $500.
Superman doll, wood and composition, jointed, movable head and upper body, original cape, Ideal Novelty & Toy Co., 1940, 13 inches, $1,600.
Wedgwood Queensware portrait pitcher, satyr handles, raised grapevine garlands, caricature busts, rows of leaf tips at base, 1830s, 12 1/2 inches, $1,615.
George III butler's tray on stand, mahogany, rectangular paneled top with hinged gallery sides, pierced hand grip, scalloped edges, square legs, 1790s, 38 x 32 inches, $2,070.
Rooster copper weathervane, full body and comb, open beak, large wattle, steel support rod, 1880s, 18 3/4 inches, $3,450.