- A bird's-eye view photo of Lowell taken in 1910 and owned by a north Ohio man sold recently for $137.50 on eBay.
- Selling for $53 with six buyers bidding on it was an early postcard of an Elm Street scene taken in Waterford, owned by a Cedarville, Ohio, seller.
- Selling for $37.50 for a Minneola, Fla., seller was a brass token, good for 2 1/2 cents in trade at John George Store, 15 Tiber Way in Marietta.
- Selling for $7.50 for a Cleveland seller was a 1911 postcard of the German National Bank in Marietta.
- Selling for $7.95 was an early postcard of Marietta City Hall.
- Selling for $10 for a Parkersburg seller, with two buyers bidding on it, was an 1884 illustrated George Strecker bill of lading.
- Selling for an Arizona seller for $17, with 25 buyers bidding on it, was a Marietta Harley Davidson T-shirt, size XL.
- Selling for one bid of $15 was a postcard of flooded Muskingum Park.
- Selling for $22 for an Edison, Ohio, seller was a 1938 Boy Scouts Region 4 Jamboree patch.
- Selling for $6 was a postcard of Wakefield Hotel owned by a Wellston, Ohio, seller.
- Selling for $19.95, with only one buyer bidding on it, was a 1906 Fischer Studio postcard of Ohio River canal.
- Selling for $4.95 with two buyers bidding on it was a book titled, "The Way We Were," showing early photographs of Washington County from 1900 to 1935. Also selling at auction for a central Pennsylvania seller was a book published in 1992 on the Henry Logan Children's Home that sold for one bid of $3.
- Three vintage postcards owned by a Bluffton, S.C., seller, sold for $57.13, showing street views of Ann Street, The Parkersburg city welcome sign, Bijou Restaurant, Salingers Department Store, the Manhattan Hotel during the March 13, 1913 flood in Parkersburg.
- A Parkersburg Dr. Pepper soda bottle owned by a Huron, Ohio, seller sold for two bids of $12.55.
- Selling for five bids of $21.52 was a 1964 Marietta High School yearbook. Also selling was a 1963 and a 1966 copy that sold for one bid of $14.95 each, and a 1965 copy for $23.50.
- Selling for one bid of $9.95 was a dinner plate depicting Campus Martius made by Wedgewood.
- Selling for $4.25 was an early postcard of Murdoch Avenue in Parkersburg owned by a Sequim, Washington, seller.
Readers, next week, I'll tell you what a lady in Marietta recently discovered in her attic collecting dust. Keep those letters coming.
Larry Koon is the author of several price guide books on antiques and collectibles. His column appears every Monday on Life. Send letters to Treasure in the Attic, c/o The Marietta Times, 700 Channel Lane, Marietta 45750; or e-mail him at email@example.com. When writing, send a complete description of the item, along with size, color, any markings on the item along with condition the item is in, and how the item was obtained, and any other information. If possible, send a photograph. Letters will be answered through this column.