Introducing My Antique & Vintage Basket Price Guide

Hi everyone! Today I’m introducing a the second in my series of antique and vintage price guides. At the end of April, I published the first, my Ironstone Price Guide, and readers seemed to enjoy it.

As I mentioned then, I’m always glad to find information that helps me to value my antiques, whether I’m trying to sell them or simply add to my collection. These guides are my way of sharing some of my knowledge and experience about values. I hope you enjoy my Basket Price Guide.

Introducing My Basket Price Guide

The price guides appear as buttons/gadgets on my side bar for easy access. As you browse the guides, you’ll notice that each contains just ten items; I plan to expand the list as more of the items pass  through my hands.

Please keep in mind that these are my opinions, based on personal experience, which may be quite different from another person’s. The values I quote are meant to be a general guide–just one tool available for anyone to use or not use, however they decide.

Of course, I’d love any feedback you give me. If you think a price is way too high or too low, let me know and I’ll do some more research.


Hope you’re having a terrific week!
Bye for now,

 Find all of my Price Guides here.

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  1. Thank you for providing great price guides for us dummies! Thanks for sharing with SYC.

  2. I appreciate the work that went into gathering the information to assemble his guide. My thoughts about your pricing: I thought your prices were considerably lower than what they would sell for in my shops, also in upstate New York. .. .. particularly prices on the split ash Native American baskets.

    Happy you are doing this.
    Bill Rezey

    1. Thanks for sharing your insights Bill! These days I sell most of my Native American baskets on eBay since they don’t sell very well for me from my antique booth. Glad you’re able to secure good prices for yours 🙂 🙂

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