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#HH085 - Large Diecut Halloween Skull and Crossbones

Large cardboard 11" tall skull and crossbones. Has a hole at the top to tack on a wall. They are marked "American Merri-Lei Corp" on the lower left bone. Merri-Lei was in Brooklyn and went out of business around 1960. These are likely from around then. We found them in an old distributorship where they remembered purchasing them a long time ago. Super unused condition.


#ZZA144 - 12 Different Horoscope Cards with Witches and Black Cats
You get 12 different astrology cards for $6 (that's 50¢ each). Vintage 5 3/8" tall Exhibit Supply Horoscope Reading Cards. These are fantastic and should be a hit with the Halloween collectors and card collectors. They picture a lady fortune teller with black cats, bats, owls, frogs, and witches on brooms printed all over the card. Each one has the same pictures on it, but different horoscope readings. The copyright date is 1925, which is the date the machines that dispensed these for a penny were originally made. The Exhibit Supply Company made them for the machines for many years after. These are very uncommon cards. These are super rare and in near perfect condition.

We have a large lot of Exhibit Supply cards that we found in unopened bricks (you can see a picture of some of the bricks at the top of this department (Trading Card Shop). They are from a closed penny arcade. This is about the only way you would ever be able to find complete sets. The problem still is that there are more of some cards than others, so we can't assemble as many sets as you might think. These cards are uncommon. They are difficult to date because many of the machines were in production in the 1930s and 40s, but Exhibit Supply made cards for many of them all the way up to the early 1970s. The tale end stuff generally used lighter colored cardboard backing and printing on the bricks was stamped. The older ones have separate printed labels. So, we are using that info and the aging on the brick wrappers to estimate dates. The arcade must have bought the bricks of these during different time periods. Some are the light backs and some are the darker backs. We'll call it circa 1950s as some of these bricks are really old.


#HH084 - Toy Puzzle Watch marked Macy's and picturing Santa
Vintage child's toy puzzle watch. 7" long including strap. They picture Santa and say Macy's on them. Got these from an old distributorship up in the northeast where they had been sitting since the 1960s. We bought them right and are giving you a great price on them. They have the little metal balls in them you try to roll in the hole.

#TY492 - Trick Eye with Flicker Action
Vintage 2 1/4" wide eyeball that flickers open and closed. It has a suction cup on the back so you can stick it in the center of your head.  The graphics on these are great as you can see in the picture, and they are still useful at Halloween. Old unused stock from around the 1960s. Unused old store stock in great condition.

#TY494 - Different Looking Detailed Plastic Skeleton with Loop for Hanging
Vintage 5 1/2" tall plastic skeleton with a loop on top of his skull for hanging. We have found a number of these skeleton toys over the years.  This one has a little different look. He has very detailed teeth and ribs.  Pretty cool.  They would still be useful at Halloween. Circa 1960s unused old store stock in great condition. We found these recently at our favorite toy store in Kentucky where they had been packed away in a dark corner of the basement.

#BEADS0209 - Christmas Colored Brass and Copper Coated Glass Bead Drops - Pick your color
Vintage Christmas colored glass balls in brass cages on a copper wire. The total length on the red one is 30mm. The length on the green one is 35mm. All you have to do is put these on an earring hook and they are ready to go. You could put one or more on each earring for some Christmas cheer. The tags are marked made in Japan and they are from around 1960. They have a little aging, but it adds to their charm. These are old unsold store stock that we picked up on our recent buying trip on the east coast.

This item is from our recent trip. We just returned from our east coast buying trip very very excited. We found two separate warehouses with beads, cameos, cabochons, and other stuff too that went all the way back to as far as the early 1900s. They are both closeout businesses that have been around for a long long time. Yes, they are still out there.  A lot of these items are very rare. We found over 100 catalog items!!  It's pretty amazing, and very exciting!

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#HH098 - Huge Rubber Spider Ring on Amazing Header Card
Vintage 5" tall hand painted rubber spider with tin clamps you bent around your finger to make a ring. The plastic on the bag makes it hard to see in the picture, but the graphics on the header card are great. Shows a guy screaming. Circa 1960. These are unsold Halloween stock from our favorite toy store in Kentucky where we dug these out many years ago. These are really fun.

#HH131 - Pair of 1930s National Tuberculosis Pinbacks
You get the pair for $4 ($2 each). Nice Santa images. 3/4" tall. Marked "Health to All" on the front, and "National Tuberculosis Association" on the back along with the manufacturer information. These are in excellent unused condition. You don't seen them often and almost never in this condition. Circa 1930s.

#HH079 - Large Plastic Halloween Skeleton with Eye for Hanging
Vintage 8 1/2" tall soft plastic Halloween skeleton. Found them in an old novelty store in Columbus, Ohio where they had been sitting since the 1960s. Neat old decoration. Nice shape

#TY462 - Gummy Halloween Horrid Creatures
15¢ apiece. Vintage 2 -3" wide Gummy Rubbery Horrid Creatures. 1960s. They are mostly bright orange and brown Halloween colors. The boxes had pretty much rotted, but said "Horrid Creatures" on them. The "creatures" are in perfect condition. Very little of this older gummy rubbery stuff has survived because it dries out easily. You won't find these anywhere else. Several different types. These are unsold old stock that we recently found in remote storage at our favorite toy store in Kentucky.

#TY535 - Old Crepe Party or Halloween Hats - Japan
Two pictured.  They are $1 each. Vintage 11 1/2" crepe party or Halloween hats. They have foil decoration.  Mostly moon and stars. These are very old crepe and are stamped Japan.  They are in excellent unused condition. We found these recently at our favorite toy store in Kentucky. We are going to say they are from the 1950s, but gauging by the box they were in, they could be pre-war Japan. Shapes and colors vary.

#HH088 - Old Easter Picks
If you order more than one, we will give you a selection of the different types. Hand painted hard plastic Easter picks. These are very old picks and could be celluloid. A rabbit, duck, and a couple of different chicks or rooster. Different colors. Each is approximately 2 1/2” tall including the stem. Brittle hard plastic. We just found these in the back of Brown Novelty in downtown Cincinnati where they’d been sitting since the 1950s.

#HH104 - Luncheon Size Valentines Day Paper Plate
Vintage 6 1/2" wide unused circa 1950s Valentine Day paper plate. Nice unused condition. I found these at an old distributorship on the East Coast.

#HH105 - Dinner Size Valentines Day Paper Plate
Vintage 8 1/2" wide unused circa 1950s Valentine Day dinner sized paper plate. Nice unused condition. I found these at an old distributorship on the East Coast.

#HH128 - Carded Group of 4 enameled Christmas Bobby Pins - Bug House
The card has four 3/4" tall enameled metal Christmas pins on top of 2 1/4" bobby pins (the bobby pins are on the backside so you can't see them in the picture). These are good quality pins that were made for "The Bug House" in Irvine, California. You get Santa, and angel, a sled, and a Christmas Stocking. Pins from "The Bug House"  are very collectible and these are clearly marked.  They were in business from the late 1960s up until the early 1980s.  These are early items from around 1970 in excellent unused condition. We got these from a local lady who had bought a bunch of stock to start a store back in the 70s and never got it off the ground.  They were still in her basement!

#SOZ040 -  Pair of Giveaways with Free 7up Christmas Gift Tags

You get the pair for 25¢ (that's 13¢ each). The one is a 10" tall carton stuffer that pictures a 7up Christmas elf and has four free gift tags on it. The other is a 7" bottle hanger that has the same elf and 3 free gift tags on it. They are old unused plant stock in great condition that are from the early 1980s.


#CC110 - Unused Coca Cola Christmas Carton Stuffer
Vintage 8" tall full color pamphlet that opens out to 12" wide and has pictures of all sorts of Coca Cola decorating ideas. Has the "Things Go Better with Coke" logo and lots of pictures. Dated 1965. These were put in the front of Coke cartons during the 1965 Christmas season. Unused old stock from an old Coke plant down south.

#HH129 - Mistletoe Deely Boppers - Still Useful!
12" tall including the headband and the Antennae with plastic mistletoe hanging from it. These are old ones from back in the 1960s. At that time, they called them Head-to-Mistletoe as the term Deely Boppers wasn't even coined yet. They are in great shape and still useful. We found these recently at our favorite toy store in Kentucky in remote storage.

#CC130- Coca Cola Holiday Special Carton Insert

Vintage 9" tall thin cardboard insert that went in the front of Coke cartons. They say "Holiday Special". Circa 1960s. Unused old stock from a Coke plant in great condition.


#HH130 - 1987 Hollywood Christmas Parade Souvenir Program - Great Santa Cover
11" tall Hollywood Chamber of Commerce 1987 Hollywood Christmas Parade Celebrity Souvenir Program. High quality glossy book. Pictures James Stewart as the Grand Marshall. Tells about the various floats and has pictures and small bios of celebrity participants including Edward Asner, Gene Autry, Ernest Borgnine, Angie Dickinson, and many many more. These are in excellent unused condition. Doesn't seem like that long ago, but it's been 27 years since then! The Santa cover on these is phenomenal.

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