Auctioneer Lloyd Michael Jr. holds a Navajo saddle blanket dating prior to 1900. (Republican photo)

A Magic Lantern kerosene projector from the Masonic Lodge in Wauneta, is “an awesome piece, one of the best I’ve seen,” Michael said of the museum piece. It’s worth between $500-600. A tin toy acrobat, inspired by the Olympics in the late ‘20s or early ‘30s, is worth between $200-250. (Johnson Publications photo)

Is Grandma’s dessert plate valuable?

    The elegantly painted plate has been displayed in your dining room cabinet for years. You don’t know the story behind Grandma’s legacy, but it might be valuable.


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