$ 199.94 $ 274.95
This is a very old certificate which was nicely framed and matted. The certificate is for Lydia (Sell) Spangler. She was born on June 11, 1821 to Abraham Sell and Catherine (Weickert) Sell. She was born in Adam County, Pennsylvania. Her father, Abraham Sell, was born in Germany Township (now Union), Adams Co., Pennsylvania. He married Barbara Palmer in the late 1700's . They moved to Blair County, PA in 1804. They set up their farm along the Juniata River, below Brooks Mill. They were some of the earliest settlers in that area. Sell was a cabinet maker.
Lydia Sell was baptized and given the name Lydia on the 29th day of August in 1821. She was baptized by Reverand Melzhimer. Lydia married Charles (Menges) on November 10th, 1842 by Rev. Jacob Sechler. She died on September 24th, 1907.
The framed piece is very large, measuring 34 1/4" by 28 5/8". The certificate itself measures approximately 15 1/2" by 13". It was obviously framed some time after Lydia's death, but the frame itself is still quite old. There is a rough translation taped to the back of the frame
This piece is in great condition overall, especially when you consider its age. The frame has some general wear, including some dings and scratches. We have gently wiped down the exterior of the glass and frame. We have not attempted to open the frame, and the interior has not been touched or cleaned by us. There are some spots where dust or debris has collected on the inside of the glass. The certificate itself has some wear. There is a tear across the center where it was folded for many, many years. There appears to be some water damage along the edges, mostly on the bottom. Please see pictures for more details.
$ 19.94 $ 29.95
Lot of 5 vintage wedding/formal occasion photos in folders or cabinet card format. All are black and white. None of the people are identified but some of the folders are marked with the photographer's studio name. Fashions worn are the only means used to date the photos. The studios identified on the folders are: Clarkson Studio, Wallace - Salisbury, MO., Chas. A. Miller Moberly, MO. (x2). The photos only are approx. 5" x 7" size - each is adhered to its folder/frame. Folder/frames are of different size. The cabinet card photo appears to be the oldest and is missing the lower right corner. Some foxing/discoloration on the folders is present related to age.
$ 14.94 $ 19.95
Pair of 1938 Colored Guide Books Handy Pocket Size of Historic Old St. Augustine, Fla. Oldest city in the United states. The two guidebooks are identical and have 1938 copyright dates and are by Curt Teich & Co. Inc. Chicago USA. Linen postcard-style illustrations and explanations/historic facts on the back. Each guide book is in excellent condition and comes with original mailing envelope.
Also in this lot are 7 linen postcards of the Daytona Beach and St. Augustine areas. 5 1/2" x 3 1/2" size. Unposted and no writing. VGC.
$ 14.94 $ 19.95
We are offering this small lot of culinary ephemera (small booklets). These 4 vintage advertisers were found inside an old kitchen cupboard stored in a barn. All ephemera are in good to fair condition with some holes/wear on the covers present (see photos). Included are:
2 Canning and Perserving guides by Gunnar Ahlquist, B.A. - 11th edition 1941 and 17th Edition 1945. Each has 24 pages. Advertising the Gunnard Canning Set. A guide for 'How to Preserve a Husband' on back of one booklet.
We have for your consideration, this 1940 Vehicle License windshield tag or sticker for Hannibal Missouri. This tag measures 5 1/8" wide x 2 5/8" long. It is blue with off-white graphics and features the likeness of Hannibal, Missouri's most famous son, Samuel Clemens or Mark Twain. It has the reproduced signature of Hannibal's mayor L Fisher, and J.R. Rice - (tax) collector. This tag comes with a double-sided card with instructions for adhering the license to the windshield. The license was to be applied to the inside windshield in the lower right-hand corner.This old vehicle license windshield tag is pre-owned. It has a small hole near the left lower center area - this missing piece is adhered to the cellophane outer wrap.
$ 10.94 $ 12.95
This listing is for a military themed greeting card dated 1941. It is stamped on the back 'A Hallmark Card Copyright 1941 Hall Brothers Inc.' The sentiment reads 'You're in the Army now? Well, this just comes to wager that though you're just a private now You'll come back home a Major!' The card has a 'peekaboo' picture of a bucked tooth character. The size of the card is 4" x 5 1/8".This unposted and unsigned card with envelope are pre-owned. They have been stored for years
We have for your consideration this ungraded issue of '1950 Detective Year Book - A Collection of the Years Best Fact Cases.' The front cover is by 'Rodewald'. 74 pages. All pages are present and intact. Some story titles include: How Smart is a Crook? A Killer Walks a Lonesome Road! and Who Gave the Devil The Axe?This vintage magazine is pre-owned. The cover shows creasing and edge-chipping. The back cover is dirty. There is moisture-related discoloration on the bottom edges of covers and pages. All pages have age-related discoloration.
This listing is for vintage 6 page college football program dated Thursday, October 11 1951. The lithographed front cover reads 'Official Program State Teachers College Kirksville Missouri Kirksville vs Springfield Bears Thursday, October 11, 1951 8:00 pm Stokes Stadium.' The program is 11" x 8 " size. This college is now known as Truman State University. Great Coca-Cola advertising inside.
This vintage football program is pre-owned and shows a small amount of wear from handling and some creasing on some pages. All pages are intact.
$ 19.94 $ 24.95This listing is for a '1993 Official Program of the Chicago White Sox.' It is titled 'Diamond View' and features Alex Fernandez on the cover. There is also a story about him inside. Michael Jordan is in the first inside page ad. This book is pre-owned and has 134 pages. The cover shows a bit of wear but the pages are like new. It has not been written in.
$ 19.94 $ 24.95This listing is for a softcover book titled 'Colossal Sticker Activity Book Hot Wheels Trail Blazers.' It was published in 1999 and has approximately 100 pages (they are not numbered). The book is 8 1/4" x 10 1/2" x 1/2" thick. There are 4 pages of colorful stickers in the center as well as coloring pages, word searches, dot to dots, mazes and more. Answer pages are in the back. This book is pre-owned. The cover shows wear, scratches, and some of the page edges are curled. There is no writing inside and all the stickers are present.
$ 12.94 $ 19.95
2 antique holiday postcards made by Raphael Tuck & Sons. Each is 3 1/2" x 5 1/2" size. Pre-owned. Posted and written on. Each has soft corners and has wear.
$ 12.94 $ 24.95
2 black and white glossy photos of actor John Bromfield in costume for the Western-themed crime drama tv series 'Sheriff Of Cochise'. This series was later renamed 'US Marshal' by producer Desi Arnaz.
1. 5" x 7" glossy has this written at the bottom 'Best Wishes Always John Bromfield 'Sheriff of Cochise'. This writing is not indented and was a mass produced inscription/autograph. This photo has a 3" crease on the bottom third of the picture - most visible from the back.
2. 4" x 5" black and white photo has a true autograph (indented) in red ink.
This actor began his career in 1948 and starred in movies and tv series, co-starring with the likes of Esther Williams, Burt Lancaster, and Barbara Stanwyck. He starred in one of the 'Creature From the Black Lagoon' sequels. His biggest hit was this tv (US Marshals) series which also produced many other breakout stars such as Dan Blocker, Jack Lord, Doug McClure. Gavid MacLeod, Mike Connors, Charles Bronson and more.
$ 12.94 $ 16.95
We are offering two colorized, real picture postcards, with London scenes. One card is of Piccadilly Circus and the other is Westminster Abbey. Each of the postcards dates to the same era which we have estimated to the late 1940's (Dinah Shore, Frank Sinatra, Cantor & Davis' movie 'If You Knew Susie' all have billboards in the Piccadilly Circus postcard). Each of the glossy postcards measures 3 1/2" x 5 1/2". These postcards are pre-owned and have been written on with fountain pen but they were not posted. There is some curling of the edges.
We have for your consideration, two vintage issues of NATURE MAGAZINE, each is from 1948. One issue is from January of 1948 and it is their 25th Anniversary issue. The other is the August-September issue. Each has a lithograph print by Sweney on the front cover. Each has entertaining and authoritative illustrations and articles.These vintage magazines are pre-owned. Each cover shows spine and edge wear.The Aug/Sept issue has a definite center crease. The Jan issue has a pencilled name on the front cover.
$ 10.94 $ 14.95
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.
$ 18.94 $ 22.95
Lot of 22 old sepia photographs and 1 tintype. Candids and posed-cabinet photos. Many have names written in ink on the back. One of the photocards has 'Young Mattoon, Ills. Opp. Dole House' label at the bottom. Another of the photos has a 'McCormicks Studio, Crawfordsville, Ind' stamp on the back - which was in business in the 1920's era. Another of the cards has 'Parkers Wayne City, Ill.' label at the bottom - young man in late 1800's style clothing. The tintype is 3 1/2" x 2 1/2" - approximate date of later 1800's due to the dress of the man.
Flapper-style fashions/ two sets of twin children/ grandmas / middle aged and young men in stylish clothing /teen girls in bib overalls.
Photos show edge wear and some creasing. Some have black paper residue on the corners.
$ 8.94 $ 14.95
This listing is for 3 linen advertiser postcards dating to the 1948 era. Each has these graphics on front 'Leon and Eddie's The World Famous 33 West 52nd Street New York 19 N.Y.' Winter seating and summer seating are pictured. Each measures 3 1/2" x 5 1/2". They are unposted and have not been written on. The advertising on the back reads 'Leon & Eddie's is Real New York World Famous - For Food and Fun. Featuring Eddie Davis The Star Who Entertains Stars. With Original songs in the New York Manner! Summer Garden, Open Roof, Rain Cooled, Air Cooled. Dancing and Entertainment Never Stops.'
These advertiser postcards have been stored in a scrapbook for years. They show some discoloration. One postcard has a creased corner.
$ 19.94 $ 29.95
3 vintage cabinet cards/black & white photos from the St. Joseph Catholic Church school. Some scratches are present on the smallest photo. Rough edges present on cabinet cards.
2 of the cabinet cards are marked: '1st Communion Class of 1925 Salisbury MO'. The smaller photo is 5" x 7" size - total dimensions of cabinet card are 7 3/4" x 9 3/4". The larger photo is 7" x 11" size - total dimentions of cabinet card are 10 3/8" x 14 1/4". Both of these cabinet cards are marked by Cozy Studio Salisbury MO.
The other cabinet card is not labelled in any way but has the same priest as in the 1st communion photos. This is apparently the graduating class of the St. Joseph Catholic Church School in 1925. The photo only measures 7" x 9". The dimensions of the card are 9 3/4" x 11 3/4".
$ 29.94 $ 39.95
This listing is for a total of 32 vintage inaugural dissertation booklets for the years 1932 and 1933. All were written in German. Many are stamped 'Univ. Of MO Library' inside. These booklets are older and pre-owned. There are some pencil marks on the covers and some age related discoloration on pages. There are some tears on the spines.
Uber den Ginfluk der Bahnreinigung auf den Bakteriengehalt der Mundhohle unter Benubung Des Raugummis Ufumir
$ 19.95We have for your consideration a group of four vintage paper, first class, railroad tickets. Each reads 'Issued by Calico & Odessa R. R. Good for One Rouund Trip Passage between Calico & Odessa Points Adult 50 Cents.' The tickets are attached to one-another, and each ticket measures 4" x 2". These vintage paper tickets are pre-owned and each has a punch or two. One of the tickets has been damaged by bugs. They are not dated.
We have for your consideration four (4) Mutt & Jeff vintage comic books, ungraded. All have discolored pages related to aging. All have 10 cents pricing on front cover. Included are:
1. Mutt & Jeff #39 April/May 1949. All pages present but cover and pages are very brittle and significantly chipped. The cover has some pencil writing, the spine is rolled and pieces of the spine are missing.
2. Mutt & Jeff #71 June 1954. All pages are present. The cover has pencil writing on front and back and shows chipping and corner creases. The spine is rolled and has pieces missing.
3. Mutt & Jeff #86 April 1956. All pages present. There is pencil writing on the front cover, a rolled spine, and a horizontal spine tear that extends into all pages. There is moisture damage faintly on the covers. There is some cover edge chipping.4. Mutt & Jeff #101 March 1958. The first two pages are over half gone with zagged tearing. The cover has creases, a rolled spine and rusty staples. There is some water damage on the covers and pencil writing. The covers have edge tears.
$ 18.94 $ 29.95
5 promotional movie star photos from the late 1930's era distributed as premiums to customers by Standard Oil Company. Sepia toned reproduced 8" x 10" with reproduced signatures of the stars. One the back of each is biographical info or info about the latest movie that star is in. Also on the back is an advertisement for Standard Oil products. Included in this lot are Joan Bennett, Ann Sheridan, Spencer Tracy, Mary Martin, and Charles Laughton. Good condition. Soft corners and edges. Some yellowish discoloration on backs.
In addition to the Standard Oil photos, 2 MGM promo photos are included: Norma Shearer and Spencer Tracy.
These photos were in the estate sale of the old 'LYRIC Cinema' in Salisbury, MO, which became the 1st B & B Theater - purchased in 1924 by Elmer Bills, Sr.
We have for your consideration six (6) T.C.G. (Topps) inserts or promo posters from 1970. These 9" x 9 3/4" size paper posters were folded and inserted into packs of their regular baseball cards. These posters feature color portraits of the players and an action shot in black and white, also included were the team and position.
These vintage poster inserts are pre-owned. They have original crease-lines. All have discolored spots on the back. They are fragile. Some have tears and some have an inch of corner missing. Please see photos. We are not baseball card experts. These have not been graded.
$ 18.94 $ 24.95
9 souvenir linen postcard fold-out/souvenir booklets/portfolios. Mixed geographic locations. Pre-owned. 5 have been posted and outer envelope written on and 4 have not been posted/written on. 6 1/8" x 4 1/4" size. These are postmarked between 1945 and 1948. Even the posted cards are in very good condition. Included are:
Posted/outer envelope written on : Seattle, Mt. Vernon, VA, Bradenton/Palmetto/Gulf Beaches Florida, Oregon, New Orleans.
Unposted/not written on: Hollywood California, Oklahoma, New Mexico, and Northern California. The Oklahoma outer envelope is faded on one side.
$ 8.94 $ 12.95
9 vintage postcards, all of which boast of sites in the state of Virginia. All are 3 1/2" x 5 1/2". None have been written on or posted, but they do show some soft corners/edges. 8 are linen and may have been part of a folder originally. Subject matter of the cards include: Sweet Briar College, Location of Jefferson Davis Confinement Building, Allied Arts Building, Home of Thomas Jefferson, Princess Anne Ferry Boat, Colonial Coach in Front of Capitol in Williamsburg, Municipal Stadium, and Handley High School in Winchester.
1 is a glossy real photo postcard and is an advertiser for the Governor Motor Hotel located in Falls Church. Judging from the cars in the parking lot, this card is from the 1960s.
$ 79.94 $ 99.95
We are pleased to offer this Adolph Wittemann souvenir book of New Haven (Connecticutt) and Yale University. The softcover book is done in scrapbook style using black heavy cardstock paper. The book size is 10 1/4" x 12 1/4" and is cord bound. There are 34 pages. Each of the pages has a black and white lithographed photo of New Haven or Yale University grounds/buildings adhered loosely. Each of the litho photos measures 5 3/4" to 6" x 7 3/4" to 8" size. The cover of the book is marked 'Copyright by A. Wittemann Souvenir Books and Postcards Brooklyn N.Y. The Albertype Co. Brooklyn, N.Y.' There is no date listed. There are early model autos, horse and carriages as a regular mode of transport, and the ladies and mens fashions suggest a dating of perhaps the 1910's era.
This book is pre-owned but is in very good condition. No writing or torn pages are present.
$ 9.94 $ 16.95
Antique real picture postcard in black and white - likely a souvenir photo postcard. 3 1/2" x 5 1/2". Photo shows a man and woman, each in early 1900's clothing and large hats on mules. The woman is riding sidesaddle. They are in front of a large rock formation and waterfall. '#1093' label on the front. Divided on the back. Unposted and not written on. Credit reads: 'Seven Falls Photo & Curio Co., Seven Falls, South Cheyenne Canon, Colorado Springs, Colo.' Some fading has occurred over the years.
$ 24.94 $ 39.95
Lot of Boy Scouts of America vintage paper goods/ephemera. Most of the items date from the late 1940's to early 1950's era and most of the items are from troop #175 in Kansas City Missouri. Some of the items are in very good condition and some have tears/creases/wear/and or discoloration. See photos. Some of the items include:
1952 requirements booklet for Star Life and Eagle.
2 Inspection Reports
12 Troop Charter and Pack Charters dating from 1948-1959 for #175 Kansas City MO
Notebook of accumulated papers: 1961 BSA Program Quarterly, What you can do to fight communism - bulletin from J. Edgar Hoover!, Menus and recipes, Troop Quarterly work sheet, etc.
$ 9.94 $ 14.95
Small heavy card-stock paper advertising piece for Bunte Chocolates. 'When You Get Bunte Chocolates you have the best Made by Bunte Brothers Chicago Try Our Marshmallows and Diana Stuft Confections'. 2 1/4" tall x 1 3/4" (when folded in half). 12 month calendar when opened. Other side has decorative flowers (forget-me-nots). The year of the calendar is not listed. No stray marks or rips.
$ 9.98 $ 16.95
This listing is for a two paper pamphlets from the Chicago Railroad Fair of 1949. Included are:
1. Symbol of a City - The story behind San Francisco's fabulous Cable Cars sponsored by Western Pacific Feather River Route. This is a 4-double-sided-page fold out. Advertises Western Pacific's California Zephyt on the back page. 3 7/8" x 7 1/7" size.
2. Seeing Rock Island Rocket Village at the Chicago Railroad Fair 1949. One-page fold out 6" x 9" size. Photos and information.
These pamphlets are pre-owned and have some creasing and wrinkling.
$ 26.94 $ 36.95
This listing is for an 8" x 10" black and white colorized studio photo of a black
cocker spaniel dog. The background is off-white and the finish is matte. The dog image is a bit three-dimensional, as there is brown coloration of the eyes, nose and some of the fur.
Also included with the photo is the envelope and registration certificate for the dog from the American Kennel Club. Name: Inkle Dinkle. Breed: Cocker Spaniel. Color: Black. Sire: Jasper XVIII. Dam: Sooty Suzzy. Sex: Male. Date of birth: July 26, 1949. Registered May 2, 1950.This photo is pre-owned. It shows some wear and slight discoloration due to age.
$ 9.98 $ 16.95
This listing is for a 8 1/2" x 11" fold-out brochure advertising General Electric Company, with black and white photos of their sites, executives, and products. Also included is a typed letter dated 1948, that welcomed the original recipient of the brochure to '...this Fred Waring broadcast....' Fred Waring was a big band orchestra conductor that broadcast his show over the radio. The broadcast was sponsored by General Electric.
This brochure has old glue residue on the back page as it was once adhered to a scrapbook page
$ 9.98 $ 12.95
This listing is for a 3 5/8" x 5 1/2" fold-out lithographed paper advertiser entitled 'The General Motors Train of Tomorrow.' It is dated 1947 on the last page. It expants to a 33" long representation of the General Motors take on an ultra modern train that allowed train passengers to have an 'operators compartment' view of their surroundings. The various compartments of this train are highlighted.
This pamphlet is pre-owned and has discolorations including staining and stray marks on the front page.
We have for your consideration this ungraded issue of 'Headline Detective Magazine' August 1944. It is a Dell Magazine and has 'Curse of the Yellow Diamond' subtitle on the front cover. It is advertised as 'America's Streamlined Fact-Detectve Magazine' inside. Some of the article titles include: The Check is O.K. Terror of the North Woods So Sorry Mr. Schatz Dead. All pages are present and intact.This vintage magazine is pre-owned. The spine has a tape repair, some rolling, lots of creasing and a smal chip at the bottom edge. All pages have age-related discoloration.
We have for your consideration this ungraded issue of Headline Detective Magazine, November 1942, Volume 6, No. 11. Subtitled 'America's Streamlined Fact-Detective Magazine.' The front cover advertises 'There's a Ghost in the Murdered Man's House!' as a feature story.This vintage magazine is pre-owned. All pages are intact but have age-related discoloration and corner chipping and wear. The cover is in poor condition with creasing, spine tears and tape. The back cover is missing a large piece at the top.
We have for your consideration this ungraded issue of 'Headquarters Detective - True Cases From the Police Blotter.' This issue is dated June 1940 and is also volume 1 number 1 - so the premiere issue. Editor Charles Thomas and Art Director Bob Becker. Contents include these titled stories: Murderers Make Mistakes Murders In The Air! Cop Killers Die Hard! All pages are present and are intact.This vintage magazine is pre-owned. There is faint pencil writing on the cover (girl's shoulder). The spine has rolling and creasing. Some paper is missing from the spine. There are chips and creases on the right edge and corner. All pages have age-related discoloration.
We have for your consideration, a rare Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett & Co. booklet of price and quantity labels. It was released to hardware stores that carried their products. This folding cardboard cover has a H.B.S. & Co. label on the front with directions for use. This H.B.S.& Co hardware store booklet with price and quantity label tabs is pre-owned and was part of the inventory of an old hardware store. The cardboard cover shows edge wear and dirt. Most of the tabs or labels are complete - only a few have been removed. There are 16 sections of labels, each with 8 pages. Each of the sections measures 3 3/4" long x 2 7/8" wide. The entire booket when the cover is folded measures 12 1/2" long x 7 3/4" wide.Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett & Co. was a huge hardware dealership that saw great success from its beginning in 1855 through 1962 when it sold its 'True Value' trademark and got out of the hardware business. Some of their other trademarks include O.V.B.(Our Very Best), Hibbard, Cruso, IL-A-NOY, and Lady Hibbard.
We have for your consideration a lot of 10 vintage 'How to Fly The American Flag' booklets, pamphlets, and tracts. Please see photos. The oldest is 'Hammond's Story of American Flags, 1940.' Two of the items are stickers for state flags and 'Support our Troups' for a window. Other booklets are from the US Marine Corps (1968) and the Boy Scouts of America - comic book style (1973).
These vintage booklets and pamphlets are pre-owned. The Hammon's Story Of American Flags is mis-folded and discolored. Each piece of ephemera has mild wear..
We have for your consideration this vintage 'Howdy Doody' magazine dated July/August 1953. It is Vol 1 No. 23. It cover is of Howdy Doody tube-floating in water.This vintage comic book is pre-owned and is not graded. Please see photos and description. All pages show age-related discoloration. All pages are present. The front and back covers show excessive creasing, edge chips, and wear. The spine shows excessive 'near-tear' creases, a bottom edge chip & rolling.
We have for your consideration this vintage 'Howdy Doody' magazine dated Nov. Dec. 1953. It is Vol 1 No. 25. It cover is of Howdy Doody trying to be a football place-kicker.This vintage comic book is pre-owned and is not graded. Please see photos and description. All pages show age-related discoloration. All pages are present.The cover shows a large crease, two edge sections are chipped off, left and right bottom corners are chipped and creased. The back cover also has large creases. The right corner of all the pages are curled back or creased.
We have for your consideration this vintage 'Howdy Doody' magazine dated Sept./Oct. 1953. It is Vol 1 No. 24. It cover is of Howdy Doody having a difficult boat rowing experience.This vintage comic book is pre-owned and is not graded. Please see photos and description. All pages show age-related discoloration. All pages are present. The front and back covers show excessive creasing, edge chips, and wear. The spine shows excessive rolling, creasing and four horizontal tears that extend through all of the pages. Several pages have edge chips as well.
We have for your consideration, this Joe Palooka comic book, Vol 2 No. 33 June 1949 (Harvey Publication series 1945-61). Features Joe finds Ann Long Search Over - Ham Fisher.This comic book is pre-owned. All pages are present and all have age related darkening. There is significant rolling of the spine, tears on the spine around the rusty staples and the bottom edge of the spine has a piece missing that extends to the back. The cover edges front and back have bruised and chipped edges with some corner creasing.
We have for your consideration this Joe Palooka comic book - Vol. 2 No.7 with Palooka vs Grumpopski Fight cover - Ham Fisher. The front cover has nice bright graphics. This issue contains the first appearance of 'Flyin' Fool.'
This vintage comic book is pre-owned and is not graded. Please see photos and description. All pages are present. All pages show age related discoloration. There is a name in pencil on front cover right top corner. There are 6 creases that resulted in tiny spine tears. There are two nicks at the top and bottom of the front spine that expend to the pages. The back cover has a 1/2" tear at the top near the spine. The back cover shows some discoloration.
We have for your consideration, this Joe Palooka comic book, Vol 2 No. 22 July 1948. Features Palooka vs. Assassin - Ham Fisher.This comic book is pre-owned. All pages are present and all have age related darkening. The cover is almost completely separate from the pages - it is held in place by only one staple.The front cover has a full length center crease, a long crease near the edge, and a 1 1/2" tear on the edge. The spine shows wear, rolling, and tiny creases. The back cover shows many bottom edge and side edge small tears. The first page has a edge chunk missing.
Up for sale is a vintage Commencement Program from Kansas Wesleyan University. Has signs of wear and aging. Was folded in half at cover Marked "Program for the events of the Sixty Fifth ANniversary Commencement of Kansas Wesleyan University May 27, 28, 29 1951 The University Campus Salina, Kansas" Measures 11" long by 8 1/2" wide.
$ 8.94 $ 14.95
This listing is for a lot of eight (8) vintage postcards, all with the state of Missouri as their feature. All are 3 1/2" x 5 1/2" size. Included are:
$ 16.94 $ 24.95
16 total vintage postcards from the late 1940's to early 1950's era - but none are dated. These have not been written on but they have been handled - some have dulled surfaces or soft corners.
12 real picture postcards. These are all scenics: Ocean view Point Lobos State Park, 2 desert views, Flowers - Lompoc Santa Maria Valley, Gaviota Pass Hwy 101, Desert palms and roadway (2), Needles Calif. Hwy 66, Sitgreaves Pass on Hwy 66, Redwood trees (3).
4 Linen postcards. Hollywood Hills homes, Santa Monica beach homes of the stars, NBC comedian and screen star Rochester Andersons home in LA, NBC at Radio Center on Sunset Boulevard.
$ 24.94 $ 29.95
We are offering for your consideration, this vintage paper ticket stub for the St. Louis Cardinals versus the Expos MLB game that is dated 'Sep 17 1998 Sunday 1:10 PM Game 81.' This was the game in which Mark McGwire hit his 70th home run. This stub measures 3 1/4" x 1 1/2".This ticket stub is pre-owned. It has soft edges and curled corners. It is ungraded and is not authenticated by an agency.