Dover photographer and photo historian Thom Hindle has a collection of more than 150 vintage valentines that feature cameras.
This 1920s Grenfell mat is an example of a craft industry that flourished until the Great Depression.
Though it doesn't have great monetary value, this inherited colander is a great example of ingenuity.
Hart's Turkey Farm in Meredith, NH houses an impressive collection of more than 600 vintage turkey plates.
Jason Hackler appraises a Hoyt's But-A-Kiss candy tin valued at about $125.
Polishing and carving stone into dishes and ashtrays was popular in the mid 20th century.
Antiques expert Jason Hackler estimates this painted table to be worth about $800.
Find out about the annual New Hampshire Antiques Week and an early 20th century wooden souvenir stein.
An appraisal of an early-to mid-19th century silver spoon created by Joseph Moulton IV of Newburyport, Mass.
Sailor’s valentines vary in price and some can sell for more than $10,000. Intricacy, color, pattern, condition and age are all important in determining value.