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Eliza --

Like they say, a picture is worth a thousand words. In order to identify your pieces, we need to be able to see them. If you take some good, clear photos and post them on one of the free Internet services like PhotoBucket (you can Google "internet photo storage" and find a bunch of them), you can then include your photos (or links to the photos) with your posts here on this forum. Be sure to photograph the bottom of the pieces so we can see the type of clay used and any backstamps. That enables us to determine the age of the piece.

If, for some reason, you can't manage that, I recommend you purchase Gary V. Schaumm's book "The Collector's Guide to Frankoma." You can buy it from amazon.com and on eBay. It's an excellent source of information about Frankoma, and it includes approximate values.

Let me know if you have any questions.

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