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June 14, 2017 The Julian News 15 Q: I started going to school in Pittsburgh in 1953, and one of my-prized possessions was a Hopalong Cassidy lunchbox with thermos. Hoppy was my hero and I still have the lunchbox. I have been offered $200 for it, but think it might be worth more. I have no plans to sell regardless of the offer. -- Roger, Atlanta, Georgia A: Hopalong Cassidy was the first movie/radio character to be featured on a metal lunchbox. Your lunchbox was probably issued in 1950 by Aladdin Industries of Nashville, Tennessee. Although it is valued in the $500 to $700 range, one sold at auction for $1,200. The artwork on both the lunchbox and thermos is the work of designer Robert Burton. William Boyd, aka Hopalong Cassidy, remains an American icon. Q: I have a very old coin, a 2-cent piece dated 1864. I understand that it might be quite valuable depending on whether it has a small motto or a large" motto. What does this mean? -- Dorothy, Oklahoma A: I consulted .my U.S. Coin Digest The Complete Guide to Current Market Values, edited by David C. Harper (Krause Publications, $18.99), and discovered there was a modification of this coin during the year of its issue. The motto "In God We Trust" was changed, resulting in a small motto and a larger motto. The coin with the small motto appears to be much more valuable. I recommend you contact a reputable coin dealer, since value will depend on various. factors,. !ncluding ~,:'. ... - . , .... , .cenditlion ap3.dem, ng Plenty of FREE Parking j/ ALLI AMES, Apple Tree Realty RickJulianAppleTree@gmail.com 2902 Washington Street, Julian CA 92036 Its! Se Habla Espanol Rick Dyer CA BRE# 01419334 Maria Rainbow Transaction Coordinator Realtor (760) 765-1111 FEATURE LISTING WORLD CLASS EQUESTRIAN HOME Tlfis Equestrian Home with 4BD/2BA. 2,207 sq ft. SOLAR POWER sits on 2 acres. This is one of the most unique & special homes in San Diego county Located on North Peak Mountain. Million Dollar Views of forest to the coast & beyond - and surrotmding mountain ranges - sunsets to die fur night thne views .of city. Vaulted ceilings, Trex Deck. Large picture windows take m panoramic views. Custom fireplace, hardwood floors. Gourmet Oratfite kitchen w/island breakfast bar. Master bedroom suitehas, separatehis &herwalk-inclosets.Masterbathhasjettedwhirlpoolbathtub. separate custom glass shower. Granite-Top bathroom, and dedicated laundry room, separate storage room with wine racks *** There are some Equestrian facilities on property including open horse arena, lbncing, stables & tackroom. Homeis solarpowered, of f grid and has generatorback -up as well. OFFERED AT: $454,400* Q: I have inherited a Majolica humidor with a bird and fan design. It is about 5 1/2 inches tall and turquoise in color. 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