This is a ceramic tall mug named 'OPAL' that was designed by Susan Paley and distributed by Ganz. This pre-owned, 16 ounce capacity mug has an oversize handle and is decorated on all outer surfaces to look like a woman in a green frock. The mug stands 6 1/4" tall and has a non-skid surface on the bottom. No chips or cracks. I believe it originally had a lid but the lid is not present.
We have for your consideration a vintage wooden, slanted top advertiser box with hinged lid. The box is aqua with yellow, pink, and green floral motif. The graphics read: 'Success Richard Hudnut Salon New York.' We beleive it was intended as a cosmetics keeper. The box measures 17 1/2" wide x 13 3/8" x 3 1/2" tall in front and 4 3/8" at the tallest end. The inner surface is also aqua. 'SUCCESS' may have been the name of a cosmetics line or a perfume.
Richard Hudnut was a successful businessman, internationally, in the cosmetics and perfume industries. He lived from 1855 through 1928.This vintage slanted top wooden box is pre-owned. It has chipped paint and scratches in the surfaces.
We are pleased to offer this vintage/antique wooden trouser press and stretcher. The function of the piece was to press wrinkles out of mens dress trousers but was also used as a stretching device to restore shape to trousers with 'baggy knees.' The device has a small plaque that reads 'The Leader Automatic Presser and Stretcher (Watts's Patent) Sheffield, England.' The patent was applied for in 1922. The exact date of manufacture of this presser is unknown. The trousers were hung on the metal bar on the end and the legs were clamped between the wooden slats. All parts appear to be original. The dimensions of the presser are 28" long x 16 1/4" wide x 4 3/4" tall.
This piece was part of the decor of an independently owned mens clothing store until it recently closed.This vintage/antique wooden trouser press & stretcher are pre-owned. The instructions for use are not present but they are easily available via online search.
We have for your consideration a newspaper holder or home delivery box made of PVC. The holder/box is orange and reads 'THE PAPER' on each side. The box measures 19" deep x 6 3/4" wide x 7 3/8" tall. It comes with a metal pole attachment piece. It is marked 'The Steel City Corporation' on the bottom.
This newspaper delivery box is pre-owned and has a few scratches.
We have for your consideration this vintage one-sided porcelain sign. This sign is white with navy blue 'WOMEN' graphics. The letters are 1 3/8" tall, while the overall size of the sign is 8" long x 2" tall. There are two reinforced openings for attachment. The sign is unsigned by the maker.This vintage porcelain bathroom door sign is pre-owned. It has a small amount of rust on the edges (see photos).
For your consideration we are offering this old apothecary bottle with ground stopper and narrow opening. The clear glass has a few scratches but is free of cloudiness. It has a capacity one fluid quart. It is 9 1/4" tall without the stopper and 10 3/8" tall with the stopper in place. This bottle has a narrow opening (3/4" internal diameter).
This bottle was part of a pharmacist's collection of apothecary bottles.This antique apothecary bottle with ground stopper is pre-owned. There are some fine chips on the edge of the stopper (pictured). There are some scratches on the glass.
We have for your consideration, this vintage eleven (11) piece nativity set. It has ten (10) painted ceramic figures and a spanish moss covered wooden stable. The some of the figures have a 'Made in ROC Taiwan' sticker on the bottom. The faces of the figures are angelic with large eyes. The tallest figure is 5" tall (wise man) and the shortest figure is the cow (lying down) - 2 1/8" tall. The figures include:
The stable measures 9 1/2" tall x 13" wide x 4 1/2" deep.This vintage nativity set with ceramic figures and wooden stable is pre-owned. They are in excellent condition.
We have for your consideration a lot of twelve (12) pieces of light green depression glass made by Hocking Glass Company between 1935-1938. The pattern is 'Roulette' or 'Many Windows.' Included in this lot are:
This listing is for a a lot of 14 total Ty Beanie Babies from 1998. These Beanie Babies are pre-owned and have been played with but they are clean and odor-free. All have tush tags. 1 has a detached ear tag. Most do not have ear tag protectors. There are no 1st generation tags. All tags unfold, but beyond that, I do not know if they are 2nd or 3rd generation tags. Tags indicate that all have P.E. Pellets. I am not a Beanie expert or collector but I am selling these for a relative who collected them for a number of years. The names are: Beak, 2 of Ants, 2 of Early, Jake, Halo - detached ear tag, Fortune, KuKu, Loosy, Jabber, Wise, Glory, Scorch.
$ 26.94 $ 32.95
Lot of 15 boxed classical music CDs - various artists. Some of the cases contain 2 or more CDs. Pre-owned. One of the cases has a crack but all others in very good condition. Included are: Philips Concert Classics Dvorak Symphony No. 9, Essential Classics Haydn Symphonies, Mozart Musical Masterpieces, Vista Trio - Mendelssohn and Smetana, Michael Coonrod Piano 50th Anniversary Favorites, James and Jeanne GalwayHommage a Rampal, James Galway Vivaldi, Moscou Chamber Orchestra (Mozart and Boccherini Symphonies), Treasury of Great Classics 3 Cd set Mozart, The 4 Seasons Vivaldi, Bach Brandenburg Concertos 1-4, and BBC 5-6, Beethoven Symphonies 1 & 3 Arturo Toscanini, Beethoven Wiener Philharmoniker Carlos Kleiber, Beethoven Piano Concertos Nos 2 & 3.
Up for sale is an old land deed. It was from 1857. This land deed was to Sylvester W Cone. It has the signature of James Buchanan, except it seems to be done in the handwriting of his secretary, not Buchanan himself.
Deed shows aged appearance with wear, stains, and creases throughout. The Frame has some nail ends sticking out from the back Frame measures 18 1/2" wide and 12 3/4" tall.
The deed is marked:
"The United States of America To all to whom these presents shall come, greeting: Certificante No 859 Wheras Sylvester W Cone of Hamilton County, Ohio has deposited in the general land office of the United States, a certificate of the register of the land at Fort Dodge whereby it appears that full payment has been made by the said Sylvester W Cone according to the provsions of the Act of Congress on the 24th of April, 1820 entitled "An Act making further provision for the sale of the public lands," for the South East quarter of section nine and township ninety-two, north of range twenty, west, in the district of lands subject to sale at Fort Dodge, Iowa, containing 160 acres.
According to the Official Plat of the Survey of the said Lands, returned to the General Land Office by the Surveyor General which said Tract has been purchased by the said Sylvester W Cone. Now know ye, that the United States of America in consideration of the premises and in conformity with the several Acts of Congress in such case made and provided, Have given and granted, and by these presents Do Give and Grant unto the said Sylvester W Cone and to his heirs the said Tract above described; To Have and To Hold the same, together with all the rights, priveleges, and unities, and appurtenances, of whatsoever nature, thereunto belonging, unto the said Sylvester W Cone and to his heirs and assigns forever.
In Testimony whereof I, James Buchanan President of the United States of America have caused these letters to be made Patent and the seal of the General Land Office to be hereunto affixed.
Given under my hand at the city of Washington, the first day of June in the year of Our Lord One-Thousand Eight Hundred and Fifty-Seven and of the Independence of the United States the Eighty-First by the President:
By Jones Sec'Y Recorded Vol 2 Page 249 and the Recorder of the General Land Office.
We are offering for your consideration, this antique cast iron tobacco cutter. This piece is embossed 'The Champion Knife Improved' on one side of the arched cutter, and is embossed 'Pat July 25, 1871 Jan 20, 1885' on the other side. The handle is embossed 'Enterprise M.F.G. Co. Philadelphia, USA.' The base is embossed with 1 Inch and 2 Inch measurements for cutting purposes. The dimensions of this cutter are: 19" long x 4 5/8" wide x 7" tall. The piece appears to be in good working condition.This antique cast iron tobacco cutter is pre-owned. There is minimal original (red and black) applied color finish left intact, and bare cast iron aged patina covers the surfaces. The blade would need sharpening if used for cutting.
We are pleased to offer this 6 1/2" x 8 1/2" off-white fabric sampler. We believe it is linen. The alphabet is repeated in various styles of embroidered letter styles in small stitching. In each of the alphabet lists, the letter 'J' is omitted and the letter 'Q' looks like a backwards 'P'. The sampler is housed in a wood-veneer very old frame. We have not removed the sampler from the frame due to the sampler's fragile nature, but this is not a proper archival quality home. The frame's overall dimensions are 9" x 11" and has chips and a primitive looking back. The previous owner adhered a newspaper clipping regarding the age of samplers with 'J' and 'Q' variations on the back of the frame.This sampler is unsigned and undated. The embroidery thread color has faded completely. The sampler has dark brownish discoloration that is perhaps moisture damage. We are dating it related to the absence of the letter 'J', and the letter 'Q' looking like a backwards 'P' as was frequently done in the 18th century - this is not a completely reliable dating method. This sampler was purchased at the estate auction of a collector of 18th and 19th century art and other items.
This listing is for a 1922 framed print advertiser (perhaps a magazine page) for Gold Dust Washing Powder. The ad is in color and features a scrub brush as well as the likeness of a Fairbank's Gold Dust Washing Powder box. Some of the graphics include: 'Gold Dust Plays With Housework. Attic to cellar - walls, woodwork, floors, and stair-ways - how Gold Dust keeps them smiling!... Let the Gold Dust Twins do your work.' The frame is a simple wood frame and measures 16 5/8" x 13 1/2".This Black Americana Gold Dust print ad is pre-owned and was nicely framed by the previous owner.
This listing is for a framed print advertiser (perhaps a magazine page) for Gold Dust Washing Powder. The ad is in color and features a wash bucket with spring landscape as well as the likeness of a Fairbank's Gold Dust Washing Powder box. Some of the graphics include: 'When Spring Comes - And door and windows are thrown wide to sunshine and soft breezes, bring some of that sparkle and freshness inside with Gold Dust.....Let the Gold Dust Twins do your work.' The frame is a simple wood frame and measures 16 5/8" x 13 1/2". The ad has 'H. Hymer '25' (original artist) just beneath the ladder.This Black Americana Gold Dust print ad is pre-owned and was nicely framed by the previous owner.
We are pleased to offer this STUDEBAKER, 56 page, illustrated sales book or brochure dated 1930. It has a vinyl cover and tabulated pages. Tabs include: Reputation, Beauty, Safety, Comfort, Performance, Dollar Value, Economy, and Service. It might have been for the consumer or even a guidebook for the Studebaker salesman. There are numerous illustrations and some black and white photo-illustrations
This book is pre-owned, and was not treated well. I would consider the condition to be acceptible as the pages are intact, there are no tears, and no writing inside, and no odors. It has suffered water damage especially present on the right lower corner of every page. It also has a curled cover and pages, and patches of foxing.
This is an interesting lot of medical memorabilia/ephemera dating from April and May of 1931. A review of the materials indicates that a woman had a hysterectomy at 'Woodland Hospital' in Moberly, Missouri on April 27. It appears she remained in the hospital until May 16, and the total of her bill was $294.25. Various receipts are included. Also included in this lot is a letter from her surgeon detailing postoperative instructions. Also included is a religious icon charm and an envelope that held the charm.
These paper collectibles are from 1931. The paper has discolored due to age and have creases and folds, but are overall in very good condition.
We are pleased to offer this vintage silverplate souvenir spoon, 5 7/8" long, marked 'Wm. A. Rogers' on the back. The bowl is engraved with an image of the 'Hall of Science' while the lower handle reads 'Chicago' and has a skyscraper image. The tip of the handle features the 'I Will' lady with '1933 A Century Of Progress' in raised letters.
'I Will' is the title of a Chicago sculpture by Ellsworth Kelly erected after the great fire of 1871. Chicagoans were determined to rebuild the city.This vintage silverplate souvenir spoon is pre-owned and shows some scratches and tarnish.
We have for your consideration this vintage high school basketball trophy. The metal engraved plate reads 'NEMO Conference Champions 1950.' NEMO stands for North East Missouri (MO). The base is brown plastic or bakelite and the laurel wreath, column and basketball player are brass or brass-plated. The trophy is 20 1/4" tall. The previous owner indicated it had been awarded to Moberly High School. The trophy has a 'Herff-Jones Co. Indianapolis, Ind.' mark on the bottom.This vintage basketball trophy dates to 1950. It shows some wear and tarnish on the brass and brass-plated elements. The simichrome test we conducted on the base revealed a dark rusty-yellow rub so we are not sure if the base is truly bakelite.
We are offering for your consideration, a toddler-sized vintage rocker or rocking chair with under-seat storage. The chair frame is made of wood that has been covered with red and white vinyl. We think it dates to the 1950's although it is not marked. The seat, arms and back are slightly padded. When the seat is lifted, the back tilts back at the same time and a small storage compartment is revealed. The compartment measures 12 1/4" wide x 14" front to back, x 5" deep. The hinge 'chain' is a string. The dimensions of the chair are: 18 1/4" tall x 19" wide x 16 3/4" front to back.This small child's rocking chair is pre-owned. There are some tacks missing on the back. There is some scattered staining and dirt. There is a 1" long slit in the vinyl on one arm (pictured).
We have for your consideration an unusual lot of twelve (12) stand-up figures made from real colorized photos of children. The photos are primarily of a brother and sister and were taken between 1958 and the early to mid 1960's in iconic clothing/uniforms of the mid century modern era. The photos were adhered to flat wood pieces that mimic the shape of the child in the photo. Each figure fits into wooden base. Some of the figures have the child's name or the date/occasion on which the photo was taken. The figures and stand sizes vary. The tallest is the girl in the brownie uniform - 14". The shortest is the girl in the turquoise dress - 10 1/4".These unusual photo stand-up figures were hand made by the parents of the children in the photos. The wooden stands show scratches and wear.
$ 399.94 $ 499.95
We are pleased to present this vintage 1952-1960 military personnel backpack parachute assembly complete with canopy. The backpack is made by Fashion Frocks Inc. They were a women's clothing manufacturer that also made parachutes during World War II. It appears the pack may be a WWII style pack, but the straps and harness are newer. This assembly is currently packed and since we would like to leave it that way we are not going to inspect the canopy. We do not know it's condition. There is a Parachute Record Log included which records 16 jumps logged between 8/11/81 - 8/12/94. This assembly is marked in the following way:
On the backpack:
28 ft. Parachute
Mfrd. by Fashion Frocks, Inc.
Government No. 50C 7024-10
Mfr's Serial No. (not readable)
Contract No. 33-038-23996
Also on the backpack:
Part No. 50J6876
Fashion Frocks, Inc.
Date of Mfg. 2-52
Top flap is stenciled:
Harness Strap is marked:
Mills Mfg. Corp.
Waist belt is marked:
Pt. No. 50J6858
Mills Mfg. Corp.
Cont. AF 36(600)-6589
Bottom of the Pack:
Manufactured by Fashion Frocks Inc. Cinci Ohio under license granted to the U.S. Government by the Pioneer Parachute Co. Inc.
On the Parachute Record Log:
Serial No. 518638
Type 28' C Trivent
This whole assembly shows wear as might be expected for it's age. It is lightly soiled. We do not know the condition of the canopy. It is packed and we would like to leave it that way, so it has not been inspected.
We are selling this parachute as a collectors item for display. Buyer accepts all responsibility if it is used for any other purpose.
We are pleased to present this vintage 1953 military personnel backpack parachute assembly complete with canopy. It is marked on the pack in the following way:
On the waist belt:
P/N 50-J 6868
(Unreadable) Parachute Co. Inc.
It it also marked on the back of the pack at the bottom:
Manufactured by (Unreadable) Co. under license granted to the U.S. Government by the Pioneer Parachute Co. Inc. Manchester, Connecticut".
There are also instructions for adjusting the harness on the back panel. A previous owners name is hand written on this panel with perminent marker.
We do not find any marking on the canopy itself, but it is marked on the Launching Sleeve in the following way:
PIONEER SPORT LAUNCHING SLEEVE
PART NO. B-93
DATE OF MFG. JUNE 1961
MFG. BY PIONEER PARACHUTE CO. INC.
MANCHESTER, CONN. U.S.A
TIE PILOT CHUTE CORD TO SLEEVE BRIDLE ONLY
There is also a name written in permanent marker on this label.
This whole assembly shows wear as might be expected for it's age. The canopy would display nicely with the bright orange and white stripes, but it shows significant wear. We have attempted to show the worst of this in the pictures where you can see snags, holes and repairs.
We are selling this parachute as a collectors item for display. Buyer accepts all responsibility if it is used for any other purpose.
We have for your consideration this vintage high school football trophy. The metal engraved plate reads 'NEMO Conference Champions 1954 (long list of players and coaches names).' NEMO stands for North East Missouri (MO). The base is ivory-colored plastic, and the column and loving cup are brass. The original heavy, brass-plated football player topper has one hand broken off - he comes with the trophy. Another topper of choice could be added to the top of the loving cup. The trophy is 20 1/4" tall. The previous owner indicated it had been awarded to Moberly High School. The trophy has a 'Dodge Inc. Trophies Chicago Los Angeles' mark on the bottom.This vintage football trophy dates to 1954. It shows some wear and tarnish on the brass and brass-plated elements. The football player topper has one hand broken off.
We have for your consideration, this vintage men's basketball trophy with engraved plaque. Features a male basketball player in period uniform posing in a one-handed shot stance. The plaque reads 'CENTRALIA Invitational Tourney CON'S. 1955.' I think the 'Con's' is an abbreviation for 'Consolation Bracket' but I am not positive. The oval base is solid wood and the other portions including the loving cup are brass or brass plated (all non-magnetic). The trophy is 21" tall. This vintage trophy is pre-owned and shows some wear and tarnish.
We are pleased to offer this unique vintage advertiser-sponsored, team bowling trophy awarded in 1955-56. The trophy stands 16 1/2" tall and features a brass penguin image atop three stacked wood pieces. There is a metal plaque affixed to the largest wood piece that reads 'An Original Penguin by Munsingwear' 1st Place Hot Shots Bowling League 1955-56 A. Pederson, D. Shultz, M. Johnson, B. Moorehead, P. Thompson.' 1955 was the year that Munsingwear began producing its Grand-Slam Gold Shirt and using the Penguin logo. So this piece may have been a real trophy or a mens clothing store display piece only - we are not certain.This vintage bowling trophy sponsored by Munsingwear is pre-owned and was displayed for decades in a men's clothing shop that recently closed. The brass penguin has a little bit of wobble at its base.
We have for your consideration GE Swivel-Top vacuum cleaner souvenir replica sewing kit. This little souvenir is 3" tall. The top lifts off to reveal the sewing kit including: instruction-flyer dated 1959, a thimble, 2 needles, a needle-threader, 3 safety pins, 100 strands of thread loosely woven together. There is a retracting tape measurer on the outside near the base.This vintage advertiser sewing kit is pre-owned and shows some wear. All the contents of the sewing kit are present.
We have for your consideration this vintage, polished wood trophy/plaque with painted graphics. The graphics read 'Geary 18 International Yacht Racing Association Coos Bay Yacht Club International Regatta 3rd 1962.' The wood is flat on the back and somewhat domed on the front and has a glossy shellac or varnished finish. The piece is 11 3/4" diameter. There is a small metal hanger on the back and a small partial-thickness hole in the center back.This polished wood trophy/wall-hanging is pre-owned. There are some scratches and dings in the glossy finish.
We are pleased to present this vintage military personnel backpack parachute assembly complete with a 35' Type MC-1 Canopy. I do not find a lot of marking on this one, but this is what I do find:
On the parachute strap:
Part No. 59C6704-2
Contract No. AF41(608) 36482
Pioneer Aerodynamic Systems, Inc.
Date of Mfr. February 1966
On the canopy:
35 FT. TYPE MC-1
P/N 4937141-2 REV
SERIAL NO. DA62 (not readable)
MILLS MFG. CORP
DATE OF MFR APR 1962
This whole assembly shows quite a bit of wear and some repairs. There are also some snags and repairs on the canopy. We will attempt to show these in the pictures.
We are selling this parachute as a collectors item for display. Buyer accepts all responsibility if it is used for any other purpose.
We have for your consideration this rare, 1968 original Beatles Yellow Submarine small alarm clock. This clock is 4" tall x approximately 3" wide and is marked 'Sheffield' and 'Western Germany' on the face. The hands have glow-in-the-dark indicators. The clock is also marked 'Western Germany' on the back. The top bells and the back are yellow. The perimeter band features colorful, psychedilic shapes and the word 'Love'. It keeps time well and the alarm sounded appropriately when tested.This terrific Beatles Yellow Submarine alarm clock is pre-owned. It shows some honest-wear on the applied-color surfaces. It is in excellent working condition. The original owner provides that he acquired the clock in Japan while he was living there, in either 1969 or 1970. We do not have the original box or instructions.
We are offering for your consideration, this new old stock JAYMAR Slack display with original box. This display piece has a hanger for use with a pair of JAYMAR slacks and a slot on the base for displaying a JAYMAR counter card. We do not have the proper counter card that fits the slot - neither did the men's clothing store therefore it was never used. The assembly instructions are present. The box has a mailing date of 1972. The display is 33 1/2" tall when fully assembled. The base will be removed for shipping.This chrome or chrome-plated display rack was stored but never used - it was part of the inventory of an independent, small-town, men's clothing store that recently closed after decades of service.
$ 49.94 $ 79.95
This is a vintage Cybris figurine. This is a baby swan, duck or goose. I was unable to find the proper name of this piece. It is signed and dated on the bottom. It measures approximately 3 1/2" in height and 4 1/2" long.
This piece is in excellent condition overall with small signs of age or use. There may be tiny scratches or spots of wear, but I see nothing of significance to report. Please see pictures for more details.
Check out this awesome interactive 360 spin of the Swan!
$ 39.94 $ 59.95
New old stock in original plastic envelope, framed Elvis stamps from the Federated States of Micronesia. 6 - 50 cent denomination stamps attached to a larger central image of Elvis with guitar. 'Elvis Remembered Forever Young, Forever Entertaining. A framed philatelic memorial tribute from the Federated States of Micronesia. Unveiled at the California State Fair - August 15, 1997'. There is a paragraph of biographical info beneath the stamps. Pre-owned. Simple plastic frame. Plastic envelope has a 2" tear at the top that was repaired with scotch tape.
We have for your consideration, two (2) vintage cast metal curtain-tie backs and one ornamental curtain rod finial. Each of the tie-backs is marked 'BNP' and the finial is merely stamped '10."
Each of the curtain tie-backs is finished in red, teal-blue, green and gilt. Each measures 5 1/4" x 1 5/8". Each has an attachment piece with a screw on back. I am not sure how it works or to what it attaches. Each of these is lighter weight than the finial - they might be aluminum.
The finial has a bronzy finish with small amounts of gilt and red. It measures 4 5/8" long x 2 3/4" wide. The fitter is 5/8" wide x 1 1/8" long. It is heavier weight than the tie-backs and might be made of cast iron.These vintage cast metal curtain rod ornamental pieces are pre-owned but are in excellent condition.
We have for your consideration a pair of candle snuffers. These candle snuffers are pre-owned but are in functioning condition. Included are:
A solid brass candle snuffer with a figural end. The figure is a bearded elderly man with top hat. The total length is 12" and the height of the figure is 2 1/2". Unmarked.
A silvertone metal candle snuffer with blue and clear bead embellishments. It is marked 'Made in India'. It is non-magnetic and I believe it is brass. It is 12 1/2" long and the bell is 2 1/4" tall. The beads are not all aligned perfectly.
We have for your consideration, two casket plaques or name plates. Each is lightweight metal (perhaps tin - they are not magnetic). Each reads 'MOTHER' within an oval in the center surrounded by heavily embossed swags, ribbons and flowers. There are holes for attaching at each end. It has not been marked by the maker.These vintage metal 'MOTHER' casket plaques are pre-owned and shows some tarnish but they have not been used.
We have for your consideration, two (2) cedar wool doll cradleboards with leather laces and footboards. Each is about 18" long x 8 3/4" deep. One cradleboard is 6 3/8" wide and the other is 7" wide. I am not sure if these are laced correctly - they are as we found them.These cedar wood cradleboards are pre-owned. The leather lacings show wear and have been partially replaced. The leather might need to be relaced. We have included a doll to the photos to illustrate but she is not included.
This listing is for two (2) pottery steins with 'Germany' imprinted mark on the bottom. Each is 6" tall and holds 18 ounces of fluid. Each stein is gray with cobalt blue accents. Each has a variety of scenic and tavern embossed scenes.
These steins are pre-owned. Neither stein has a lid. Each has a partial thickness hole in the handle. The openings are irregularly shaped.
We have for your consideration a set of two Kewpie-themed Danbury Mint collector plates. Each is by Gary Otteson and is marked 'A2303.' Each is 8 1/4" diameter. Kewpie Delight shows Kewpies sharing an ice cream drink. Sugar Babies shows Kewpies with a box of chocolate candies. Each is dated 1994.These collector plates are pre-owned. Each is in excellent condition. There is no original box.
We have for your consideration, this solid wood decorative mold with various carved images - man and woman in colonial dress, windmill, bird, etc. Each measures 15 5/8" x 2 5/8" x 3/4" thickness. Each has a simple hole on the back for hanging purposes.These decorative wooden molds are pre-owned but are in excellent condition
This listing is for a pair of heavy clear glass advertiser mugs with oversize handles. Each has 'DORNIER' and an image of an airplane in blue on one side. Each mug stands 5 1/2" tall and has a top opening diameter of 2 7/8". These tall glass advertiser mugs are pre-owned but are in very good condition, without chips and cracks.Dornier was a German aircraft manufacturer that was founded in 1914. They produced and designed aircraft for both civil and military markets. They became part of Daimler-Benz in 1985.
We have for your consideration, two (2) vintage metal in-store advertising display stands. Each is for use with paper or cardboard pieces of advertising. The faces are double sided. The goldtone face measures 11 1/4" wide x 7 1/4" long while the total height of the stand is 17". The silvertone face measures 11 1/4" wide x 7 3/8" long while the total height is adjustable from 21"-26". Each has a weighted base.These two vintage metal in-store display stands are pre-owned and were used for years in a small-town, independent, men's clothing store that recently closed. Each works well but rust is present especially on the goldtone stand.
We have for your consideration, two goldtone metal display stands for holding folded and packaged shirts. These two shirt stands are pre-owned and show scratches/wear. These were part of the inventory of a small town independent men's clothing store that recently closed. One is 11 3/4" tall and the other is 11 1/4" tall.
This listing is for a three vintage postcards with Native Americans in tribal costume as the subject matter. Each measures 5 1/2" x 3 1/2".
Two are color real photo postcards attributed to 'Natural Color Card from Kodachrome A Mike Roberts Color Production, Berkeley Calif.'. One is titled 'Northwest Indian Chief'. The other is titled 'Indian Chief' (on a horse). They are not dated but are probably from the 1960's era, when Milk Roberts Color Production was in business. These are unwritten/unposted.
The third postcard is black and white and I don't know if it is a real photo or a likeness. It is titled on the front 'Indian Dancer - 'Kickapoo Tribe' Wah-Cho-Rah-Pah - Spotted Elk'. It is written on and was posted/dated 1944. The postcard is attributed to 'A Natural Finish card made by Graycraft Card Co., Danville, Va.'These vintage postcards are pre-owned and have soft edges. 2 have not been posted or written on. 1 has been posted and written on.
We have for your consideration two matching pink glass candleholders with ruffled edge and wave ridges. We believe these are depression era glass but we are not positive and the maker is not known. Each is 5 1/8" diameter x 2 5/8" tall. Each accepts a taper candle 7/8" diameter. Each looks like a flower when viewed from above.These pink glass candleholders are pre-owned but are in excellent condition.
We are offering 2 porcelain figurine Christmas tree ornaments, each from a different maker. Pre-owned but without chips or cracks. We do not have their original boxes. Included are:
1. 3 1/4" tall boy with gift 'For Me?' Marked on the bottom 'MI Hummel Hum2067/B/O Goebel Germany 1998.'2. 4 1/2" tall boy with bugle/horn. Marked on the bottom: 'A reproduction by Schmid of a statuette designed by Berta Hummel 1983 First Edition Schmid'. This ornament has marks/dirt on his face.
We have for your consideration two lightweight wooden square bowls. Each retains is original foil sticker on the bottom that reads 'Nutville USA La Mesa California Grossmont Shopping Center.' Each is 1 3/4" tall x 6 5/8" x 6 5/8". The finish is smooth but no glossy nor varnished. The woodgrain is lovely, and is probably an exotic wood since it is very lightweight.
These two square wooden bowls are pre-owned but are in very good condition.
We have for your consideration, a pair of 2009 collectible STARBUCKS coffee or tea mugs with coffee bean designs. Each 12 ounce capacity cup is bright green inside, is 3 3/8" tall and has a top opening diameter of 3 7/8". Each has STARBUCKS branding on the front and is labelled 'New Bone China Starbucks Coffee 2009' on the bottom.These two Starbucks collectible mugs are pre-owned. They have very faint utensil scratches in the bottom. There are no stains, chips, or cracks.