Fire Collectibles Price Guide
This section can be used as a reference to help you determine rough estimates of what a particular item may be worth. Many factors can change the value of similar appearing items. Age, size, condition, title, hallmark, workmanship and eye appeal can affect the value. Use this gallery as one of many sources to help determine value.
Gamewell Indicator firehouse gong, 53" x 18", bell 15", Gamewell Fire Alarm Telegraph Co., NY. Beautiful oak case/brass bell/pat. June 1881.Sold at auction for $13,000.
This presentation grade sterling silver fire trumpet, 19" long with sterling chain. Presented by the Neptune Hose Co. of the city of Philadelphia to the U.S. Hose Co. of the Northern Liberties for giving the best support at their benefit at Burtons National Theatre, Jan 2, 1842. Sold at auction for $8,000.
Gamewell Indicator firehouse alarm gong. Walnut cabinet - Gamewell Fire Alarm & Telegraph Co. 48" x 18" with a 15" bell. Sold at auction for $7,500.
Silver plate fire trumpet with fabulous full body raised nude and 3 lady cameos on bell. Presented to Capt. John L. Bowers of Hose Co #10 by his friends Sept 16, 1872. Sold at auction for $6,500.
Large fire engine lamp for Maple City. Copper/brass with Neptune Finial - 1 lens cracked. 23" tall, good original condition. Sold at auction for $6,000.
3 chambered bottle is embossed with "Perfection Hand Grenade, Patd. by A. Jones 1885. Sold at auction for $5,255.
White with gold fire helmet - 8" leather front piece, hand painted depicting steam pumper for Rainbow Chief Marshall. Presentation plaque on brim "States" to George R. Rolland, by members of "Rainbow Fire Co #1, Reading, PA. 1773. Cracking on front brim, fair to good cond. Sold at auction for $4,750.
Nickel plated cast fire engine placard #225 built by the Amoskeag Co. (Paxton 6 name of engine) Manchester, NH believed to be for a steam engine Sold at auction for $3,250.
Two brass fireman lanterns with red globes, one globe cracked. Sold at auction for
One pair brass stationary fire torches with chains. Acme Lubricator Co. - Detroit, MI, 10.5" tall. Sold at auction for $1,000.
Fire grenade, Universal Glass extinguisher. Sold at auction for $986.
Dietz Queen Fire Dept. Lantern Patented Jan 1 89, Apr 28 91, Mch 21 93 May 23 - 93. Sold at auction for $986.
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