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    I have an old carved box that I don't know anything about. Would someone be willing to look at a picture of it and tell me about it? My mother had an antique business and passed away - I'm trying to sell her things on e-bay and this is one of them.

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    I wouldn't be any help, but why don't you post the picture and see what happens?

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      Well, I don't know a thing about where a box might have come from, but I want to know....where are the things that are being sold? How can I find them on eBay?

      Teri (who loves to shop for antiques)

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        Hi Santa,

        I listed my boxes and nut cracker on E-bay under this category: Antiques....then go to Decorative Arts.....then go to Woodenware. One of my boxes sold, but I'm going to list the nutcracker and the box I was asking about again today.

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        • #5
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          Barb - please, what's your seller name, the item #s or the URL?

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