A piece of Roseville Morningglory pottery. There was no price tag on this item but I knew it would probably be beyond what I could buy it for. I took it to the lady that was in charge and ask her how much. She looked at all the other items I had and said she'd take $15.00 for the lot. I thought I hadn't heard her right but she repeated the same quote. I quickly paid for the items and got out of there FAST in case she changed her mind. When I got home I quickly checked on E-bay and many of the vendors were asking anywhere from $325 to $435 for this piece of pottery and that's not counting the other items I purchased. I'll show those at another time. Either these people were clueless or just didn't care. Anyway I couldn't believe my luck. And I'm not a big believer in luck. I look back on that experience and think that maybe I should have told her what she had. I didn't know the value at the time but knew Roseville was a high dollar item with pottery collectors. But then I heard later that she was selling a lot of treasures very cheaply and that a lot of antique dealers had been there earlier and gotten some good deals. I now believe that none of these treasures mattered to her. It was probably just junk to her. Like I said, one woman's trash is someone else's treasure.