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trying to get an idea of value on this vintage mug... video..

Posted by kat__wa (My Page) on
Sun, Dec 12, 10 at 18:01

It was my Mom's I can remember it being
in the dining room my whole life.
It is a musical mug/stein. The tag on the bottom says
'say it with music, Sprague, New York. do not overwind'
the pottery is stamped swiss made
it looks like Churchill to me, but I think
it looks more like a silent movie actor ... but
I can't remember his name! I've tried to do a little
research, but haven't found anything close..
Just wondering if anyone here might have an idea?

hmmmm well, I guess I can't get it from photbucket to here... so here is the url to the photbucket video

thank you so much!
WARNING! someone at the Kitchen Table said the
video made her dizzy! (although, I think she
is a little dizzy on her own! ahahahahahaha)

Here is a link that might be useful: video of mug

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