Price guides for A key wind gilt brass mechanical singing...

Appraise and find values for
A key wind gilt brass mechanical singing...

From marks4antiques.com - The most updated price guides and makers' marks research online

Over 15 years of helping our members
research their collections & heirlooms

An appraisal example from the millions of items in our Price Guides:

A key wind gilt brass mechanical singing
© CORDIER ANTIQUES & AUCTIONS, Camp Hill, PA, USA

A key wind gilt brass mechanical singing bird music box. Rectangular in shape with ornate engraved scrolling and urns overall. Front slide lever. When... [this item is NOT for sale]


Price Sold & Full Description
AVAILABLE TO OUR MEMBERS


Research the value of your own items:

See more appraisal examples and price guides for other items

Check our other research services:
IDENTIFY WORLDWIDE MAKERS' MARKS & HALLMARKS
marks4ceramics: Porcelain, Pottery, Chinaware, Figurines, Dolls, Vases...
marks4silver: Silver, Jewelry, Pewter, Silverplate, Copper & Bronze...

Explore other items from our
Antiques & Collectibles Price Guide

  • Tortoiseshell Singing Bird Box Tortoiseshell
    Singing Bird Box. Germany: Karl Griesbaum (attributed to), ca. 1905. Mechanical singing bird box with polished tortoiseshell case. Silver engraved lid depicts flowers and ... [more like this]
  • Singing Bird music box: A 20th century Sterling
    Silver Singing Bird music box Automaton, probably German. Rectangular shape with bas relief putti panels at each side as well as the oval, hinged cover, raised on scrolled ... [more like this]
  • A 20th century Sterling Silver Singing Bird
    music box Automaton, probably German. Rectangular shape with bas relief putti panels at each side as well as the oval, hinged cover, raised on scrolled foliate feet. Key wind ... [more like this]
  • A key wind gilt brass mechanical singing
    bird music box. Rectangular in shape with ornate engraved scrolling and urns overall. Front slide lever. When operated, the oval lid opens to reveal a feathered bird that ... [more like this]
  • A Singing Bird in a Cage Automaton The mechanical
    singing bird with blue and gray plumage atop a perch with leafy vines sits in the center of a gilt metal cage stamped by Reuge Music Made in Switzerland on the underside with ... [more like this]
  • AN ANTIQUE GILT BRASS AND ENAMEL MUSIC BOX
    WITH A MECHANICAL SINGING BIRD, 19TH-20TH CENTURYof rectangular form with rounded corners, the body with a fine guilloche pattern and chased roses, the top panel set with ... [more like this]
  • CONTINENTAL 19TH CENTURY AUTOMATON Life size
    mechanical singing bird with glass eyes covered in peacock feathers perched on the ring of a tall cross stand that rests on the base with key wind mechanism, in good working ... [more like this]
  • Two mechanical singing birds: in brass and
    ironwork cage, 21 in. One bird with feathers off but present, minor dents to base, key wind mechanism not operational. Private Collection, Summerville, South Carolina. ... [more like this]
  • BRONZE MECHANICAL SINGING BIRD MUSIC BOX.
    Rectangular box having a small oval hinged lid which opens and reveals a bird which turns and chirps. Key wind on base, key present. Filigree type decoration, unmarked. SIZE: ... [more like this]
  • A Mechanical Singing Bird Automaton by Karl
    Griesbaum Workshop Germany ca. 20th Century The brass birdcage contains a miniature bird with red and black feathers perching on a stand which is decorated with small leaves ... [more like this]
  • A Continental gilt metal automaton singing
    bird box. bird boxEarly 20th century, probably German or Swiss, the rectangular case with central oval cover enclosing the rising mechanical bird with colorful plumage turns ... [more like this]
  • Singing Bird Music Box key wind mechanism
    with singing bird in brass box, marked on base "Germany", with key, 1-3/4 x 4-1/8 x 2-5/8 in. ... [more like this]
  • MECHANICAL BIRD - 19th c. Mechanical Bird
    in gilt bronze filigree box with key. This is a singing bird automaton bird pops up flaps his wings opens and closes his beak and dances around key wind on bottom. 1 5/8'' ... [more like this]
  • A late 19th/ early 20th century Swiss gilt
    metal mounted tortoiseshell singing bird box with inlaid multi star decoration sliding operating lever and hinged rear key compartment (associated key) 4in. Estimate ?1 000-1 ... [more like this]
  • 372. Singing Bird Automaton, German, circa
    19th Century Small brass box with fancy wire work top. Features a small oval hinged lid which, when a lever is pressed across, a tiny singing red bird is revealed. Mechanical ... [more like this]
  • Singing Bird Cage with Two Birds Circa late
    1800's. Wood gesso base with brass cage. Feather-covered birds move and sing reluctantly. Overall appearance is good. Mechanisms need cleaning and adjustment. Key is included. ... [more like this]
  • German .800 Silver-gilt Singing Bird Automaton
    Box, late 19th/early 20th century, rectangular, decorated to all sides with bucolic peasant scenes, with a bird-form slide, the bird with colored plumage, lg. 3 7/8 in., in ... [more like this]
  • CASED BIRD MUSIC BOX IN EGYPTIAN MOTIF. Metal
    rectangular box painted with large spread winged birds. Top having Cleopatra type seated women. Oval cover has a bird which comes out and sings. Housed in a Turler Zurich ... [more like this]
  • A SWISS MUSICAL AND MECHANICAL BIRD CAGE.
    The red and yellow birds in brass cage alternate tail and beak movement while turning and singing. Key wind at base with control lever. Marked Switzerland underfoot. Height ... [more like this]
  • FRENCH SINGING BIRD AUTOMATON: Single automated
    and chirping yellow feathered bird. Key wind mechanism. In good working order though the metal finish and velvet bottom on the cage are worn. 11''h., 6 1/2'' dia. ... [more like this]

This list is limited to only a few results.
Many more items are available to our members through our Price Guides!

Ideal research tools for Collectors, Personal Property Appraisers, Antiques & Collectibles Dealers, Auction Houses, Museums, eBayers or other online sellers (Rubylane, Etsy etc) and curious minds interested in appraising & identifying collectibles