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Vicky L Vicky L says:
How can I get an appraisal for an old pair of Marion Bronze Co bookends in mint condition?
The bookends are in excellent condition and depict a knight in full armor on a horse. There is a paper card attached that says Marion Bronze Co., Scotch Plains, NJ. I believe it is pre 1940, but need help to determine it's age and value
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