^Post pictures of those tags. They may give a clue to the maker (eg, Chester Barrie). Made in England is good for selling. You should take good pictures, including pictures of all tags, take good measurements, and list it here at SF. If you don't get nibbles after a couple of price drops take it to ebay. Edit: He wasn't knocking you for getting it for $10 (not in this thread). Some buyers get touchy if they know how much you're making on the sale, or think you're making "too much" regardless of whether or not they're paying a fair price.
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10/26/10 at 10:02pm