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I have some vintage jewelry. How can I find out how much it is worth?

How fortunate you are to own some vintage jewelry! Vintage jewelry is very collectable, and there have been many books published on the subject. They are full of photographs with references to the various manufacturers. Many books list approximate values current to the publishing date. The format of these books is similar to those on depression glass, antique flatware or estate jewelry.

Because the costume and fashion jewelry history in America is long and full of stories and names, it provides a large field for the jewelry collector and historian alike.

Here is a short resource list which includes the names of some jewelry experts and costume jewelry historians.

  Vintage Fashion & Costume Jewelry Group
P.O. Box 265
Glen Oaks, NY 11004

Leigh Leshner
Thanks for the Memories
P.O. Box 55113
Sherman Oaks, CA 91413


Christie Romero
Center for Jewelry Studies
P.O. Box 424
Anaheim, CA 90406-1172


Leo Schreiber
J & L Antiques
P.O. Box 970443
Boca Raton, FL 33497


Marcia Brown
P.O. Box 2314
White City, OR 97503


Providence Jewelry Museum
4 Edward Street
Providence, RI 02904



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