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1. Cocktail Shakers

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Considering what a big part cocktails played in people’s social lives at the time, it’s no wonder people got extra creative with their cocktail shakers in the early 20th century. From J.A. Henckels Zeppelin shakers and International Silverplate Lighthouse shakers in the ‘20s (which can be worth up to almost $24,000!) to Revere Manhattan shakers (valued at $800) and West Virginia Specialty Glass lady’s leg shakers (valued around $1500) in the ‘30s, companies got really creative with these vessels, so if you find one in the attic that’s in good condition, definitely do some research and see what it’s worth!

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