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#TM035 - Full Unused Pack of  More Bounce to the Ounce Pepsi Matches
Vintage full pack front cover strikers from the 1950s. Says "More Bounce to the Ounce", and "Pepsi-Cola" on the bottle cap pictured. Excellent unused condition from an old soda plant. These sell for $6 - $8 apiece on Ebay in this kind of condition.

#TY615 - Smoking Dog Toy - Japan
Vintage 4 1/2" wide package contains a paper mache dog with two cigarettes. Says "Smoking Dog and Two Fillers" "Insert filler - then light - and watch dog smoke by himself". Marked "Made in Japan" and circa 1950 or earlier. These are the old paper packages they used before plastic bags. This is the first we have seen of these in many years. Unsold old stock we found in the remote storage area of a store in Northern, Ohio.

#ZZA126 - Vintage Group of 5 Different Aviation Postcards
You get all 5 different for $4 (that's 80¢ each). Vintage 1950s Exhibit Supply postcards featuring airplanes and jets mostly from the WWII era or a little later. They are identical to the Exhibit arcade cards with jets except they are a thinner cardboad and are marked Post Card on the back with a place for a stamp. These came from an unopened sleeve that only had the 5 different types.

#CIR009 - Clyde Beatty-Cole Bros. Circus Ad Proof Sheet for Newspaper Placement
Vintage 9" tall ad proof sheet for the Clyde Beatty-Cole Bros. Circus. The guy who ran ahead of the circus would distribute these to local newspapers. The newspapers used them as proof sheets to print the ad from. Clyde Beatty was a lion tamer who became so famous that he had his own syndicated radio series and appeared in 11 movies. He had his own circus which merged with the Cole Circus in 1956. These are from the late 1950s and the paper is a little brittle, but still in good shape.

These came from a fellow whose job it was to run ahead of the circus to prime the town they were going to. He would put up signs in yards in exchange for tickets. Give tickets to the local stores to sell, and take proofs to the local newspapers. He did this from about 1958 till 1962 for several circuses. This paper and a lot of other stuff we bought came from leftovers in his garage. The Cole Circus was one of the majors. It was equal to Ringling Brothers in the 1930s. When TV came around in the 1950s and 60s, many of these circuses had trouble. People got glued to the TV. The New Cole Brothers Circus was formed in the 1980s and it is still around today.

#TY392 - Magnet Toy (Cracker Jack) - Japan
Vintage 1950s toy magnet wrapped in a 1" tall illustrated paper package. The front says "Magnet". The reverse says "Made in Japan". These are old store stock. Identical ones have been found in boxes of Cracker Jacks from the 1950s. The package and contents are pictured. They come in the package. Unsold old store stock in excellent condition (minor paper bleed through). They came from a long closed store that specialized in toys, sewing items, and novelties.

#CH246 - Red Goose Shoe Napkin
Vintage circa 1950 7" tall Red Goose Shoe Napkin.  Says "Red Goose Shoes" "Half the fun of having feet". Colorful and uncommon. Nice unused old store stock in great condition. These are getting very hard to come by.

#HH090 - National Tuberculosis Double Red Cross Symbol Health To All Pinback Picturing Santa
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 3/4" diameter circa 1950 National Tuberculosis Association Christmas pinback with Santa. They have the double Red Cross Symbol and say "Health to All". Really nice Santa image. The reverse is marked, "National Tuberculosis Association" "Mfg by L. J. Imber Co., Chicago". Variations were issued around Christmas by the Tuberculosis Association every year for many years. This is one of the best Santas. There are many variations and they are widely collected. They are in excellent unused condition.

#TY573 - Very Old Japanese Imitation Fly on Original Card - As low as $1 each
Vintage 1 3/4" tall card with very realistic fake fly attached to a pin. Says "imitation Fly Pin". These were sold like this, and also in vending capsules. Can you imagine them putting something with a long sharp pin on it likes this in a vending capsule today? These older ones are really good quality. Stick one on your hat and listen to the comments. They look real. Great conversation piece. Circa 1950 and still useful. Unsold old store stock we recently recovered from a warehouse in Northeast Ohio. Excellent unused condition.


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#ZZA111 Complete 16 Card Exhibit Supply Then and Now Female Movie Star Cards
Vintage complete set of "Then and Now" arcade card with female movie stars of the day and their childhood pictures. Circa 1950. The set includes Doris Day, Veronica Lake, Debbie Reynolds, Piper Laurie, Jane Powell, Jane Weyman, Mona Freeman, Shelley Winters, Loretta Young, Virginia Maya, Terry Moore, Kathryn Grayson, Jennifer Jones, Jeanne Crain, Debra Paget, and Yvonne DeCarlo. These came from a closed arcade and were in the original bricks market Exhibit Supply. They are in near perfect condition. Some are "colorized". The complete sets like this are very rare. The individual cards turn up every once in awhile. The common ones retail for around $3, but the scarcer ones go for up to $10.

#ZLC190 - DAHN-D Apple Crate Label
Vintage 10 1/4" wide DAHN-D Apple crate label. Neat old top hat, gloves, and cane pictured. From Dahn Fruits in Wenatchee, WA. Circa 1950. Excellent unused condition.

#CC242 - Coca Cola Why Coca Cola Brochure
Vintage 6 1/4" tall 8 page Coca Cola brochure that is dated 1959. The booklet is an informational/propaganda booklet about why Coca Cola was the best selling drink at that time, and how it was low in calories at 12.1 per ounce as opposed to their competitor at 12.2 per ounce. Yes, it really says that. There are illustrations and all kinds of info about Coke on every page. These are brochures from an old soda plant in great condition. These are not common.

#CH354 - 1950s Licensed Disney Napkin with Mickey and Friends
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 6 1/2" square paper napkin pictures Mickey and Dumbo and Donald Duck and the others. Marked "Copyright Walt Disney Productions". These are from the 1950s and have a really nice period Disney look to them. Unsold old stock in excellent unused condition.

#ZLBE009 - Indy 500 Beer Label
Vintage 4 1/2" wide Cook's 500 beer label. Circa 1950s. Neat image of a race car and flag. Unused old stock found at the F. W. Cook Company, Inc. in Evansville, Indiana.

#CIR030 - Large Package of Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus Decals
Please click the picture to a larger more detailed image. Vintage large Impko circus "Souvenir" decals. 11 1/4" tall package with three large cutout decals. They all have circus scenes on them, and each one says "Ringling Bros. and  Barnum & Bailey Circus". They are still in their original uncut sheets in a  "souvenir" header bag. Marked Impko on the back. These are unsold official souvenir stock from back in the day.


#TY014 - Group of 3 Different Tin Frog Clickers
You get all three different for $3 (that's $1 each). 1 1/4" tall vintage lithographed tin frog clicker. Marked "Japan". Unsold stock from an old novelty store in St. Louis, MO. Circa 1950s. If you order three or more, you will get some of all three colors.

#TY108 - Group of 4 Miniature Wooden Tops
You get 4 for $2.00 (that's 50¢ each). Vintage wooden mini tops. About 1” tall. Most are blue. Well made. Near perfect condition. Circa 1950. Found in cases marked the "Royal Top Co.” These came from the closed Gulack warehouse in Brooklyn, NY.

#TY323 - Nicely Detailed Poodle Dog Figure
Vintage 1 1/4" wide scottie dog figures. These are unsold old stock that we found in remote storage at our favorite toy store in Kentucky. The top of the base is marked "Poodle". These are nicely detailed plastic figures from the 1950s.

#TY560 - Metal and Glass Tin Lithographed Japanese Toy Cowboy Telescope on Display Card
Vintage 6" wide display card picturing a cowboy looking through a telescope at an Indian. Attached to the card is a tin lithographed toy telescope with the cowboy on it. The lenses are glass, and the piece is attached to the card with tin wires. Marked "Japan" and from the 1950s. These are fantastic. Click on the image to see a bigger picture with all the details. Old store stock in near perfect condition.

#TY605 - Puff Inflatable Rain Hat
Vintage Puff Inflatable Rain Hat. These are very 1950s oddities. They inflate to a large hat. Has inflation and deflation directions on the reverse. Marked "Distributed by Alan Specialties, Phila. Manufactured by Anrob Mfg." There was a tag on the master box saying the AnRob brand was "Krene" which was made and quality controlled by "Bakelite Corporation". These are some sort of early vinyl, so Bakelite was branching out. They are unused.  The tag you can see in the picture shows a little aging or minor tear, but are very striking. This is 50s kitsch at it's best. These were unsold old stock that a friend dug out for us.

#ZZA135 - Complete Card Set of 12 Different Exhibit Supply Palmistry for Men Cards
You get the complete set of 12 for for $4 (that's only 33¢ each). These are cards that were dispensed at arcades and amusement parks in the Exhibit Supply Palmistry machines. They are marked Exhibit Supply and picture a palmistry hand. They are about 3 1/2" wide and in unused condition. Complete sets in this condition are very hard to find. There was a set for men and one for women. They tell your fortune. I am looking at one that says "Your hand says that you have a manly and courageous nature, and active mind and much tact...... You will probably marry early and enjoy a happily wedded life. These were found in original bundles with exhibit supply packaging in storage at an old amusement park up in the northeast. Based on the packaging, I would say these are from around the 1950s.

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