DON and CHRIS' OLD STUFF WHOLESALE VINTAGE ANTIQUES and COLLECTIBLES
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VINTAGE 1960s ITEMS
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#CH211 - Batman Gumball Stickers
Vintage 2 1/2" tall paper stickers with the bat signal. Peel the back off and stick them on things. These are unused old stock from one of our favorite old vending places. They would roll them up and put them in gumball containers for vending during the batman craze in the mid 1960s. Nice shape. They still work. There are a couple of different colors.
#PL055 - Peace Pinback Worn on Easy Rider
Vintage 1 1/4" Vietnam protest pinback. This pin was in the movie Easy Rider. Take a look at the movie and you'll see Peter Fonda wearing one of these on his helmet! They have the union stamp on them and came from a vendor who actually sold them at rallies in the late 1960s.
#TY001 - Group of 4 Full Packages of Royal Egyptian Yo-Yo Strings
You get 4 for $2 (that's 50¢ each). 1960s Royal Egyptian Yo-Yo Strings. Neat 6" wide package with 2 Yo-Yo strings. Vintage unsold stock from my favorite toy store in New York (now defunct - Gulak's). Old glassine package.
#TY102 - Tin Toy Friction Ford Mustang Fire Chief Car
5 1/4" wide vintage friction tin toy Fire Chief cars. Marked "Made in Japan" above the rear license plate. These were made in the 1960s and look like Mustang Ford Fastbacks from that era. All tin. Friction motor still works well. Excellent condition. Unsold stock found in an old toy warehouse. I've seen a lot of old Japanese tin, but I've never seen these before. They are very uncommon.
#TY134 - Set of Five Made in Japan Tin Litho Miniature Cars
Vintage lithographed set of five tin cars in original package. Free wheelers. Each car is about an inch and a half long. Unsold old store stock in great condition. That comes out to only 50¢ each per tin litho car! Found several boxes of them. There are many different types of cars as each pack is different to some extent. Circa 1960s. All of the cars and the header are marked "Japan" or "Made in Japan".
#TY190 - Group of 6 different "Japan" Clickers
You get 6 for $5 (that's 84¢ each). Vintage 2 1/4" tall tin litho clickers marked Japan. There are a bunch of different types, but more of some than others. So, the ones you get may vary from the ones in the picture. They are all similar. Unsold old store stock. Clickers in good condition are getting harder and harder to find and these are in great shape!
#TY278 - TIn Litho Japanese Army M-51 Friction Tank
Vintage 2 3/4" long tin litho "Made in Japan" friction tank. Says Army M-51 on it. Unsold old store stock in amazing condition. Guaging by the packing boxes, these go back to at least 1960 I'd say. Colorful and nice.
#ZZA156 - Pacific Ocean Park 1¢ Arcade Hopalong Cassidy Bill Boyd Card
This is a very rare Ocean Park Penny Arcade 4 in 1 card featuring Hopalong Cassidy (Bill Boyd who played Hopalong) with a signature on the upper left. Excellent unused condition. This is a cool card. It also has Buster Crabbe with a signature on the lower right. Ocean Park was built in Santa Monica, CA in 1958 and closed in 1967. It was a very large park that was built to compete with Disneyland. However, city planners, in an effort to renew the area, demolished buildings and closed streets all around the park so people couldn't find there way in. Even though it was a huge park, it was forced to close it's doors and the contents were auctioned off in 1968. These cards are marked "Pacific Ocean Park Arcade 1¢" on the front and have a postcard back.
#TY348 - Flicker Gumball Ring with Clockface
Vintage kids toy rings with a flicker clock face that makes the hands appear to move. These are old vending stock that I found at a local vending place many years ago where they had been misplaced back in the 1960s. These are better than average flickers. They have good action and even the ring quality, even though basic, is better than most gumball flickers.
#CC183 - Coca Cola Bottle Hanger with "It's the Real Thing" ad for Pewter Mugs and Free Coke
Vintage 9 1/4" tall full color bottle hanger offer from Coca Cola. These have the "It's the Real Thing" logo dating them to around 1970. Very colorful and nice. They say "Limited offer of four 1890 glasses and a genuine pewter holder" "Buy a set for only $4.98 and get 4-32 oz. bottles of Coke FREE!" "Plus Deposit". We just bought part of a huge collection of Coke items. These were part of the lot. The fellow that had this stuff is a friend who searched old bottling plants and hauled most of this stuff out many years ago.
#CA029 - Group of 10 Eastern Airlines Kiddie Wings
You get 10 for $4 (that's 40¢ each). These are vintage unused stock from around 1960. The older heavy hard plastic type. They were made in sealed packages of 10 and so have kept in very good condition. 2 5/8" wide. This is a great price on these. These came from a former employee. Eastern Airlines was considered one of the "Big Four" airlines for nearly 50 years till they hit bankrupcy. Kind of like General Motors current situation except they never recovered.
#CH206 - Western Art Andy Divine Post Card
Vintage 5 1/2" wide postcard of Andy Divine in a western movie. I think it's from "The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance" dating these at around 1962. They came from a collector who hoarded them a long time ago. They are in near perfect condition and are marked "Western Art Post Card Co.". Very uncommon. We were very pleased to get them for you.
#TY098 - Cordons Replacement Yo-Yo Strings
Vintage 6 1/2" wide packages with two strings in them. Nice condition. Unsold old stock. Nice picture of "Mr. Yo-Yo" on the front.
#CH190 - Batman Gumball Ring
Vintage 1 1/8" wide soft plastic gumball ring. These rings were made around the time of the Batman TV craze in the 1960s. They are unlicensed and feature a bat that has a face that looks like Batman. Colors vary. Old vending stock that was never used and is in excellent condition. These are in one of the ring books for $10 each. We think you will like our price better.
#CH227 - Oversized Trilby Three Stooges Poster-Card with Fish Truck
Vintage 8" wide oversized Trilby postcard of The Three Stooges. Pictures Larry, Curly, and Moe in front of a fish truck that says hook, line, and sinker. These are unsold old store stock in great shape. They looked familiar to me. It has come back to me. When I was a kid in the 1960s, they had posters with these exact scenes, and these cards as prizes that you could pick if you won the dart game at the church carnival. So, they from the 1960s. They are marked Trilby Posters, Venice California and have a place for a 5¢ stamp. Instead of postcard, it says poster-card which makes sense as I remember the posters!
#ZZA147 - Pacific Ocean Park 1¢ Arcade John Wayne Card
This is a very rare Ocean Park Penny Arcade 4 in 1 card featuring John Wayne with a signature on the lower right. Excellent unused condition. Ocean Park was built in Santa Monica, CA in 1958 and closed in 1967. It was a very large park that was built to compete with Disneyland. However, city planners, in an effort to renew the area, demolished buildings and closed streets all around the park so people couldn't find there way in. Even though it was a huge park, it was forced to close it's doors and the contents were auctioned off in 1968. These cards are marked "Pacific Ocean Park Arcade 1¢" on the front and have a postcard back.
#PL060 - Sock it to 'em Spiro Pinback
Vintage 1 3/4" diameter pinback that says "Sock it to 'em Spiro". These are interesting. They were made in 1968 by AAA novelty in Washington D.C. and are a reference to a 1968 cameo appearances of Richard Nixon on the Laugh In show which aired just before the general election. Richard Nixon deadpanned, "Sock it to me?" on the show. Many credit that appearance on Laugh-In as pushing Nixon over the top to get elected to the presidency. His opponent Hubert H. Humphrey declined the invitation. Spiro, of course, refers to Spiro Agnew, who was running with Nixon as his Vice President.
#TY334 - Set of 10 different Olympic Figures
10 all different vintage 1 1/2" tall olympic figures. Runner, soccer player, swimmer, wieght lifter, etc. These are circa 1960s and are in unused condition. Old unused store stock. Unusual old stock from our favorite toy store in Kentucky.
#CC030 - Coke Bottlers Santa Giveaway
Large 12" wide vintage cardboard Coca-Cola Christmas giveaway. Says Christmas Greetings from your Coca-Cola Bottler. Has 11 cut out Santa Christmas Tags and several other cut out figures. Licensed item. Found in the Coca-Cola Bottling Works plant in New Albany, Mississippi. Circa 1960.
#PL100 - JFK Kennedy Coin
Vintage 1 1/8" diameter aluminum Kennedy coin. The scan doesn't it justice because of the glare but they are good quality. The front says John Fitzgerald Kennedy, 35th president, 1917-1963. The reverse shows wheat stalks with the famous slogan between them that reads "Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country". These were produced and sold right after the assassination. If you purchase more than one, you will get up to three different colors. Very good condition
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