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VINTAGE 1970s ITEMS
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#ZZB036- Very Rare Souvenir Program for The Island and Sizwe Banzi is Dead
Vintage 11 3/4" tall 1974 souvenir program for the TONY Award Winning Plays The Island and Sizwe Banzi Is Dead. One side of the program is the one play. When you flip it over, it's the program for the other. This set of plays opened in repertory on Nov 13, 1974 at the Edison Theater. It ran for 159 performances. This program contains information on both. These are very rare and retail for $30 - $50. May have a slight imperfection here or there, but in excellent unused condition. These are from a large collection of programs that we recently purchased. All are priced substantially lower than you will find on Ebay.
#CC106 - Coca Cola Can Necklace
Vintage Coca Cola can on a necklace. Can is about an inch tall and good quality metal construction. They have the licensing marks on them. From the 1970s. Unused stock from an old Coke plant. These are scarce. We looked all over Ebay and the internet and couldn't find them anywhere else. Excellent condition. I don't think many collectors will have this one.
#MUSIC021 - Jan/Feb 1973 Issue of Country World Magazine
Vintage color good quality music magazine. It pictures Glen Campbell on the cover and is about the country musicians of the day. You will never find any in this kind of condiiton again. They are pretty much perfect. They are unused stock from an old distributorship on the East Coast. Scarce magazine. Near perfect. In this kind of condition, they go for $10 and up.
#MUSIC348 - 1971 Paul Mauriat & His Orchestra Ticket from the KRNT Theater
Vintage 4" wide unused concert ticket from the Paul Mauriat & His Orchestra concert at the KRNT Theater in Des Moines, Iowa on Ocotober 16th, 1971. These are, like the rest, in almost perfect condition. You will never see any nicer.
#SOZ053 - Pair of Have a Pepsi Day Door Decals
(Pair for $1.50. That's 75¢ each). Pair of vintage 6 1/2" wide Pepsi decals that say Have a Pepsi Day. These are good quality and they still work well. They are from the mid 1970s when "Have a Pepsi Day" was the Pepsi slogan. They are both identical, except one is made to go on the inside of glass, and the other the outside. We just bought part of a huge collection of Coke items. These were part of that lot too. The fellow that had this stuff is a friend who searched old bottling plants and hauled most of this stuff out many years ago.
#ZZA093 - Complete Set of 32 Exhibit Supply International Auto Show Cards
This kind of stuff comes around very rarely. This is a 32 card set. They are marked "Courtesy of International Championship Auto Shows" "Copyright 1972, Exhibit Supply Co." These are from an unopened brick (there was only one), and are in pretty much perfect condition. You might see the individual cards floating around here and there, but I have never seen a complete set in perfect condition before. They picture all sorts of crazy cars. These were leftover amusement park stock. Should go for $100 or so retail.
#HH118 - Dracula Bendy
Vintage 4 3/4" tall Dracula Bendy. These are part of a scarce series that was made in the 1970s that included a Scarecrow, Mummy, and Dracula. Unsold old stock in excellent condition that we found in an old warehouse in the Boston area. Just found a few.
#MSH021 - Large Earth Day Mobile
Vintage 13 1/4" tall package contains a mobile made of string, tin and cardboard. These were made for the original "Earth Day" in 1970 and are unsold old stock in excellent and still useful condition. I doubt they'll ever come around again, so get them while you can. From an old store in the New York area. According to the Wikipedia - The name and concept of Earth Day was pioneered by John McConnell in 1969 at a UNESCO Conference in San Francisco. He proposed March 21, 1970, the first day of spring in the northern hemisphere. This day of nature's equipoise was later sanctioned in a Proclamation signed by Secretary General U Thant at the United Nations.
#SIGN072 - Popsicle 3 in 1 Bar Poster
Vintage 16 3/4" wide paper sign that advertises the 3 in 1 bar. Says "Happy Time 3 in 1 bar, Save for swell gifts". These are marked copyright 1971 Popsicle Industries. Old unused plant stock in great condition. Shipped rolled.
#SOZ054 - Letterhead for Double Cola, Ski, Jumbo, and Double-Dry
Vintage letterhead with 6 soda brand logos running down the side (pictured). These are unused soda plant stock from the 1970s and picture Double Cola, Diet Double Cola, Ski, Diet Ski, Jumbo, and Double-Dry logos all on one sheet. The plant sold all the brands. Really nice condition.
#ZZA130 - Complete Set of 132 Battlestar Galactica cards from 1978
Vintage complete 1978 132 card Battlestar Galactica card set. We found a full unopened case of these cards and sorted them all. They are all mint or near mint. Never before touched by human hands. There are none nicer out there. Marked "1978 Universal City Studios, Inc." and "a trademark and license by Universal City Studios".
#ZZA150 - Chips Trading Card Wrapper
Vintage 5 3/4" wide waxed Chips Trading Card Wrapper. Nice condition. Dated 1979.
#PL192 - Nixon Now PInback
Vintage 1 3/8" diameter Nixon Now pinback. This was the main slogan for the 1972 presidential campaign. Marked Committe to Re-elect the president. These are unused and in nice shape
#ZZB058 - 1974 The Royal Lipizzan Stallion Show Equestrian Program
Vintage 11" tall full color souvenir movie program from the 5th anniversary 1974 Wonderful World of Horses Royal Lipizzan Stallion Show. These are in great unused condition.
#CA057 - Large Display Card of Car Stickers
Vintage 15" tall display has over 100 self sticking car stickers. These are from the mid to late 1970s and picture fancy cars and car logos from that era like the Lamborghini Urraco p300, Detemaso Pantera, and Porsche Carerra. All are high end cars from the era and all are labeled with the cars name. These are very unusual. Marked "Made in Japan".
#SP033 - Cloth Falstaff Beer Sticker
Vintage 3 1/2” wide cloth peel stickers from an old Falstaff Plant. These are from the early 1970s. The "Because we're all in this together" logo is regarded as the last marketing gasp of the mighty Falstaff Brewing empire and featured TV ads with the bumbling cowboys Gabe & Walker. These are in really nice shape. They are cloth. You peel of the paper on the back of them and they will still stick to just about anything.
#ZZA004 - 1976 Donruss The Bionic Woman Trading Card Wax Wrapper
Vintage Bionic Woman wax trading card wrapper from 1976 picturing Jaime Sommers. Excellent condition (normal fold lines of course). These start around 6 bucks on Ebay and are very hard to find.
#BA027 - 1976/77 Buffalo Sabres Hockey Team Official Yearbook
Vintage 10 1/2" tall glossy 50 page full color yearbook featuring the players, schedules and more for the 76-77 season. Nice unused condition. These are hard to come by and sometimes go for pretty good money.
#CA047 - Chessie System Railroad Letterhead
11" tall sheets picture the famous cat logo that says Chessie system railroads in the upper right corner, and the famous napping cat logo in the lower right corner. From the 1970s. These were kept by a local fellow (Norm Smith) who used to work for the railroads in this area. He is now retired. Anytime he would hear about a station that was about to be boarded up he would go treasure hunting. He was nice enough to sell me some of the items that he had collected in quantity over the years.
#COMIC017 - Hot Stuff #7 1978-Mike Kaluta Cover
Vintage graphic novel type adult comic. Mike Kaluta cover. Art and stories by Ernie Colon, Jan Strnad, Rich Larson, Tim Boxell and Terry Austin. Crime, science-fiction and fantasy comics book stories. I have never seen one for less than $8 on Ebay and they usually go for $10 - $15. Remember too, these are in pretty close to perfect condition. That is nearly impossible for the comic collector to find and much better than what you will find on Ebay on average. Unsold stock from an old distributor on the East Coast.
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