This goblet has the glass blown into what looks like a metal that was cut out by hand. It is heavy. I have two of these - the other one is a bit smaller and has a break in the glass. I’m not sure what type of metal they are made out of. Any insight would be appreciated.
Babe Ruth Autographed Baseball
My father presented me with a Ruth and Frick signed Baseball. My father obtained it upon his brother’s death circa 1952. The ball is stamped with the National League Logo, the Spaulding Logo, the "Sinclair" (?) Babe Ruth Baseball Contest Logo. The ball is signed "Ford C. Frick Pres" under the league logo, "Sincerely Babe Ruth" in an open sector and "Jimmy Cunningham July 5th 1937." in another open sector. I have contacted the Baseball Hall Of Fame where I was referred a selection of appraisers including Ms. Pepau and, from there, to you.
Lola Montez Portrait
This is a portrait of Lola Montez on porcelain plaque. The back is stamped in blue that reads “RPM Germany.” I purchased it 15 years ago at an estate sale for $150.00. The plaque seems to be in mint condition, while the frame has structural issues due to age but still intact. We were able to find information about Lola Montez, a.k.a. Liza Gilbert from Ireland, but do not know any about the plaque itself.