GUEST: Um, I got this bowl from my mother.
She's had it about 30 or 40 years.
She picked it up in a garage sale.
I want to say she paid about five dollars for it.
Then, when you brought it in this morning, actually, it was, uh, fairly tarnished.
GUEST: Yes, it was.
APPRAISER: And you, as a Girl Scout, went into the ladies' room...
GUEST: (chuckles) APPRAISER: ...and borrowed some toothpaste?
GUEST: Yes, I did.
APPRAISER: And, and it did a little quick polish on it, okay.
Actually, I was told that by a Girl Scout.
APPRAISER: Oh, okay.
GUEST: And she loaned me toothpaste to clean it, yes, it's... APPRAISER (chuckles): Great.
GUEST: It was a trophy from the Westminster Kennel club.
It was from 1883, and that's really all I know about it.
APPRAISER: If we look here on the bottom, this is all hand-hammered.
And there's here the mark for Whiting, which is a company, an American company started in 1840, and then purchased by Gorham in 1926.
And then, we have the retailers in New York.
Now, dog and other related trophies are very desirable in the marketplace.
I think in today's market, you easily will, could be $2,500 as a retail price.
GUEST: Thank you, that's awesome.