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Southport - Antique Spot with John Nolan

The Antiques Man, is on the left Show and discuss your antiques. Get a free opinion and valuation on your antiques from the famous John C Nolan of Southport (www.theantiquesman.com)

Please include a photograph if possible of your antiques.

John Nolan theantiquesman for the past 47 years has built up an antique business with clientele that spreads across the globe which includes a U.S President, Film and Pop Stars, and famous musicians and politicians, 'A' list celebrities, sport personalities and thousands of people just like you and me. Nolan has supplied the interior design market as well as the antique trade for over 40 years. Brand Names like Macy's, Ralph Loren and Ruby Tuesday used Nolan for their visual effects within their stores. Get a FREE Antiques opinion today.

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  1. Looking to value the attached
    Started by Tony sim 20/10/2014

    Hi John have looked all over for something similar but ant find anything would you have a look and let me know what you think thanks tony

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    22/10/2014 07:53 PM
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  2. Can anyone help date this?
    Started by sarah3645 07/10/2014

    This was found just over 30 years ago in a cellar in Birmingham it has been cleaned up as it was filthy and rusty. It is extremely heavy, a nice object though.

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    13/10/2014 07:21 PM
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  3. More info wanted on this guy ?
    Started by Ruler!1 07/10/2014

    Hi John, Iwas wondering if you could offer some insight on this guy (the big horse - ignore the others !)? He was bought froma charity shop years ago and ever since we have been trying to find a bit about him. He is very big - about 40 - 50cm tall, is hollow but not entirely and has no makers...

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    08/10/2014 01:43 PM
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  4. Eric Knowles Book Signing At Broadhurst Bookshop
    Started by theantiquesman 07/10/2014

    Eric Knowles Book Signing At Broadhurst Bookshop Southport 11th October 2014 in Market Street, Southport Get your self down there and bring a Burnley football program with you. I bet he will swap his book for his book :D:D:D:D:D:D a few years ago at the last book signing.

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    07/10/2014 04:25 PM
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  5. Queen Anne brass candlestick
    Started by briana5125 02/10/2014

    Hey John i have this 18th century brass candlestick , looks Queen Anne , the problem i have is that at some stage of its life (probably during Victorian times) someone has soldered a silver plated floral top onto it. i am pretty sure it was them pesky Victorians.:D i was wondering how i...

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    03/10/2014 05:10 PM
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  6. value my stuff FREE
    Started by theantiquesman 30/10/2010

    Why pay :mad: FROM :mad: nearly £4 per item to have it valued when here on SGB we do it free :d and from any leading auction house a valuation is free, email or PM me.

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    03/10/2014 04:41 PM
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  7. Crystal wall lights
    Started by hettyketty 28/09/2014

    Doesn't matter, had them valued etc today :).

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    30/09/2014 12:46 PM
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  8. Interesting little Chinese porcelain item
    Started by briana5125 29/09/2014

    Hello John and all I have this interesting little Chinese porcelain lidded pot, it looks to be late 19th early 20th century in date . Canton rose is the pattern i think , the interesting thing to me is that it seems to be a match pot , because under the lid is the cut out horizontal lines...

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    30/09/2014 12:20 PM
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  9. china Search v china search - Haddon Hall
    Started by theantiquesman 29/09/2014

    Haddon Hall Pattern - One of the second part of 20th century great designs. The best known Minton bone china pattern is Haddon Hall. Designed by John Wadsworth, this pattern is particularly favored by the Japanese market. haddon hall pattern Haddon Hall was designed just after the end of...

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    29/09/2014 02:10 PM
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  10. Tea set
    Started by bambi275 27/09/2014

    Hi John, pretty sure this tea set is not antique but seeing as you like your china I was hoping you could help me with this. The tea set used to belong to my Nan but unfortunately the mikk jug was broken a few years back. I eould love to be able to replace it but would not know where to start. It...

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    28/09/2014 04:20 PM
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  11. Silver Candlesticks
    Started by Hamble 19/09/2014

    Good afternoon John :d I am not sure how old these candlesticks are or their value. Appreciate your advice. Thank you.

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    24/09/2014 10:13 PM
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  12. Brentwood School Southport, England Old photographs
    Started by theantiquesman 28/06/2012

    Old Photographs have always interested me. Today a lady from Grassington came into the shop. She had heard that I was interested in the History of the Southport / Birkdale / Halsall area of West Lancashire. With her, she brought photographs of Brentwood School Southport The photographs...

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    24/09/2014 11:58 AM
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  13. Antique Road Trip 4 th visit
    Started by theantiquesman 23/09/2014

    Monday 22nd September the Antique Road Trip rolled up for the 4th time. see the news report. http://www.qlocal.co.uk/south port/news_list/Antiques_Road_T rip_Film_In_Southport_-5356448 8.htm

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    23/09/2014 01:03 PM
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  14. Cottage Teapot
    Started by Hamble 19/09/2014

    Hi John This teapot has sentimental value only. I loved it as a child in my grandparents house. About 15 years ago I visited a friend of my mothers.It was a surprise to see the teapot in her house. My mother had given it to her many years before.Kindly she insisted the teapot belonged to...

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    22/09/2014 10:28 AM
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  15. 'Holiness to the Lord' brass ornament.
    Started by Lettuce-Leaf 19/09/2014

    Hi John, Please could you give me some info about this brass ornament, if possible? It belonged to my Grandmother who passed away in 1978. She owned it for as long as I can remember. It stands just 11cm tall and as you see, the inscription on the 'arch' reads: Holiness to the Lord (Curiously,...

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    21/09/2014 10:38 PM
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  16. Crocodile skin handbag
    Started by linz1979 17/09/2014

    Hi I'm wondering if you could tell me anything about this bag which I have. It has a stuffed crocodile on the front of it too. It has a zip on it which has the name lightining on the zipper.

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    21/09/2014 10:22 PM
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  17. 2 Matching Tureens
    Started by Me2 13/09/2014

    Hello John I have these two tureens and wondered what you thought about them in terms of their worth. They have been in the family a long time and have never been used by myself, they have been stored for ages, don't know exactly where they were from, do you? One has more worn handles than the...

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    16/09/2014 04:29 PM
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  18. Abdu'l-Baha in the UK ........
    Started by theantiquesman 03/03/2012

    last up date 11th Dec 2012 This Saturday Night hundreds of the Bahai's will be celebrating the 100 years since Abdul-baha visited Liverpool. It was the Adelphi Hotel is where He stayed and it is the same Hotel that the Bahai's will be holding their celebration. Dignitaries including...

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    16/09/2014 01:41 PM
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  19. Fiona Bruce antique fan club - Southport
    Started by theantiquesman 15/02/2012

    Fiona Bruce sees what the viewers of BBC Antique Road Show does not see. She is right most people bring along tat, pure tat. I see it every day in my side of the business. People believe if it was owned by someone else in their family and it is old, it must be antique and valuable.

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    12/09/2014 09:20 PM
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  20. skeleton clock
    Started by Tiki 12/09/2014

    I've had this clock for quite a few years now and was wondering if you could tell me anymore about it and what it is worth. The makers are T&J Ollivant Manchester. Thank you.

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    12/09/2014 08:48 PM
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  21. The interesting item thread
    Started by theantiquesman 10/09/2014

    A bag once owned by James Maybrick of Jack the Ripper fame.

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    10/09/2014 02:29 PM
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  22. Victorian pedestal/tripod table
    Started by briana5125 21/08/2014

    hi john i have this victorian pedestal/tripod table , the pedestal legs have previously come away and somebody has tried to stick them back on with glue:rolleyes: i was wondering if you could give me a ball park figure of what i will be looking at for a restoration , i just want the legs...

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    04/09/2014 11:41 PM
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  23. Antique satsuma vase
    Started by sarah3645 31/08/2014

    Hi you have been most helpful, could I just ask your thoughts on my latest purchase, know nothing about it just really liked the decoration. Any idea on date or value Thanks again Regards Sarah

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    04/09/2014 11:37 PM
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  24. Advice/Info
    Started by TJJ01 28/08/2014

    I would appreciate any info on this!

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    01/09/2014 06:01 PM
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  25. Very large oil on canvas, painting of a ballerina, signed. Would like help identifying the artist and possible value, painting measures 41 x 34 inches. Many thanks Sarah

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    31/08/2014 06:28 PM
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  26. Hi I purchased these vases and would like help to identify the maker/date, if they are real or reproduction and possible value, they are 16 inches high. Many thanks Sarah

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    31/08/2014 06:15 PM
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  27. Advise please
    Started by nrmm 22/05/2013

    I wanted to ask your support on understanding whether a painting which pictures are attached would have been painted by L S Lowry himself. At this stage I've contacted two paintings professional appraisers: one told me that it did look like it was an authentic Lowry and another one told me that he...

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    25/08/2014 10:45 AM
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  28. Royal Doulton Ladies
    Started by The Debster 18/08/2014

    Hi John I have a small collection of Royal Doulton ladies that I want to sell, do you have any idea of where is the best place to sell them and how to price them up as I wouldn't have a clue what they are worth. Thanks, Debs :)

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    24/08/2014 10:51 PM
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  29. Jar
    Started by Delbertious 02/08/2014

    Hi John my friend has just found this vase/jar at her Mums, any idea what it is and the value? Del :-)

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    17/08/2014 02:37 PM
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  30. Hi. I have lots of hidden treasure in my garage and house that needs valuing. Bedroom Furniture 1 Bedroom Furniture 2

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    16/08/2014 02:25 AM
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  31. Antique brass.......
    Started by briana5125 30/07/2014

    hello again john i would be grateful if you take a look at this brass horse figure i have. i am looking for your opinion on the age of it. the horse is solid brass , very well modeled compared to most i have seen , good detailing with the muscles and the hair and even the veins on the...

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    07/08/2014 10:22 PM
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  32. email replys
    Started by theantiquesman 05/08/2014

    Replying to all the emails I receive each day It has become a very hard and time consuming job replying to all of them It has now got imposible Sorry to say ............Only posts on this thread will be answered from now on. Over 50 emails received this morning.

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    05/08/2014 01:17 PM
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  33. Kodak Brownie Camera - When is a Brownie not a brownie
    Started by theantiquesman 26/07/2014

    When it is a BLUIE. 26th July 2014 just bought a Brownie camera, by the way not the thing I would normally buy.

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    30/07/2014 10:16 PM
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  34. custodian antiques
    Started by theantiquesman 20/07/2014

    For the last 50 years I have always looked at my business as being the custodian of antiques and collectibles. NOT AN ANTIQUE SHOP. On this thread I hope to interest a new generation to look and cherish the items they own. One day they will be antique. I know people will say I have earned an...

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    28/07/2014 05:49 PM
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  35. Antique porcelain figure
    Started by briana5125 21/07/2014

    hello john i would appreciate your help with this little figure i have. as i said i'ts porcelain ,hand painted, no mark to base, looks continental , i was thinking late 18th early 19th century?? i was wondering if you could give me your opinion on it? thanks

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    22/07/2014 08:13 AM
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  36. c w dixey telescope
    Started by julie3115 02/06/2014

    I have a brass and leather 3 draw telescope.It is engraved, C W Dixey, New Bond St. London. Optician to the queen. Could you please give me a valuation.

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    21/07/2014 12:52 AM
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