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What's It Worth: Cast Iron Scottie

By Roger Hazard

What's It Worth: Mickey Mouse

People will pay up to $2,000 for this, apparently.

The Answer to last week's WIW:

Last week, we asked you what you thought this cast iron Mickey Mouse object was worth. We had answers ranging from $25 to $2,000. It looks like you can find similar items online for between $50 and $200, but this particular shop was asking $65, on sale.

Worth: $65

This week's WIW:

What's It Worth: Cast Iron Scottie Dog

This cast iron Scottie dog is adorable and hefty. Can you guess the sticker price on this item? Leave your guess in the comments below and check back next week to see if you were right.

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