$ 59.94 $ 89.95
Up for sale is a vintage tin marked "MacDonald Mfg Co Limited Toronto Design Reg'd 1854 No 9" on the front. It is very small and hard to read. Has a nice copper/brass colored finish. Features images of a boy and girl dressed in Victorian clothes on either side. A lot of the color has worn away in spots, and tin has some rusting, giving it a nice aged look. Inside of tin has the most rusting and worn finish. Original contents of this tin are not included. Tin has some dents and bent spots. Side of cover does not fit flat.
Tin measures 8 3/4" long by 7" wide and 4 3/4" deep.
This tin came from the estate of a lifelong educator & antique enthusiast. She taught in several states and universities throughout her long tenure. She had discriminating taste in period antiques, folk art, and Americana. This auction featured many 18th and 19th century items.
$ 14.94 $ 19.95
We are pleased to offer this miniature souvenir spoon with 'FAIRBANKS' cut-out handle. The spoon is 4 3/4" length. This piece is pre-owned, gently displayed with some tarnish present. Total weight is 9.8 grams. It is unclear if this pre-owned souvenir spoon is silverplate or sterling. It is not marked.
$ 12.94 $ 16.95
We are offering a lot of 4 vintage oval fabric name patches, each measuring 3 1/4" x 1 1/4". Each has 'Spencer' embroidered in the center in red with red embroidered outline. The off-white canvas background fabric is worn and discolored and has a true vintage 1950's feel. They are not marked by the maker. We are unsure of the exact age.These name patches are pre-owned and have some off-white stitching around the edge from previous use. They all show discoloration and wear. They were safety-pinned together for years so they might have a small pin-hole
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.