And don’t forget — set all your alarms to 5 p.m. ET on Wednesday, May 21.
Coffeemaker. Costco’s well-priced Mr. Coffee BVMC-EHX33CP, $30, is one of the highest scoring models in our Ratings of drip coffeemakers. Its brew performance was outstanding, and we also found it convenient and easy to handle. Programmable settings let you set when the machine starts to brew, helpful if you like waking up to the aroma of coffee. (Pictured is Mr. Coffee BVMC-SJX33GT; Consumer Reports expects the EHX33CP to perform similarly.)
Antique Rare 18th Century Wonderful Bronze POSNET Signed ‘EMERSON & CO.’ Great Patina and Form on Tall Splayed Legs. Signed Posnets with Makers Names are Scarce.
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This is a great, fantastic 1920”s and early 1930”s POPEYE AEROLUX HAPPY LAMP, lights up POPEYE in a warm pinkish or reddish glow, with POPEYE holding a TORCH inside the bulb, on a BOAT. The condition of this lamp is SUPER IN MY OPINION. I did my research on this one. This is just one of the many great estate finds I have had in a long time. This lamp measures 6 1/2 inches across the bottom. It is green in color at the bottom to represent the water. The boat is in a tannish color. The flag waving in the wind is actually POPEYE’S pants, and they are in red. I understand that there are not many of these lamps around, and that is the reason for it’s rarity. Just take a look at my pictures. Buyer pays ship and handling. I require insurance on the item because of the bulb itself. I will double box this item so it will be packed extremely. It will be shipped by priority mail. The weight will be approximately 2 to 3 1/2 pounds because of the wrapping. I took as many photos as I could to show you all sides of this lamp. I think the condition of this item is EXTREMELY good considering its’ age. This is a very rare item and with all original paint. All sales are final, no returns.
This lovely square scalloped plate with hand painted flowers was made by PHILIP ROSENTHAL& Co., Kronach, Bavaria, W. Germany. The porcelain was made from 1901-1956 under various names and is now known as Rosenthal Glass & Porcelain. The square scalloped plate has a cute little gold handle on one side which makes it very easy to use as a small tray. Purchased from a local estate so you know it has been used. Condition is very good with some wear on the gold handle. See Pictures.