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#DC200 - Baker & Son Dairy Milk Bottle Cap
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 42mm diameter cap from around 1930 or perhaps earlier from the Bakler and Son Dairy that was located in Atlanta, Michigan (marked as such). They have a very early phone number on them (IF-31). These came from the estate of famous dealer and friend Bob Secrist, who had one of the best milk bottle cap collections in the country. Excellent unused condition.
$0.12



#ZZZ174  - Group of 4 Merchandise Tags from the Janney Dry Goods & Notions Co.
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. You get 4 for $1.00 (that's 25¢ each). Vintage 4 7/8" tall tags fold in half. They have sharp metal prongs that clips them together over a dry good. Says "Janney Dry Goods & Notions Co." and has lines to list the item and price. Janney was in Fredericksburg, VA, and used the Dry Goods name in the late 1920s into the 1930s.  We acquired them from the estate of Zane Shaffer who was one of the largest country store dealers on the East Coast. Excellent unused condition.
$1.00



#ZLW162 - Woodmere Distilled Dry Gin Bottle Label
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 2 3/4" tall gin label says "Woodmere Distilled Dry Gin" "American Liquor Company" "Boston, Mass.". Pictures a glass of gin with berried branches. Circa 1930. Not real common. These came from long time dealer Lorie Cairns who recently sold us her inventory. Lorie was one of the pioneers in this business and we are very grateful to her. Excellent unused condition.
$0.35



#DC201 - The Butler Dairy Cream Milk Bottle Cap
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 42mm diameter cap from around the 1930s from the Butler Dairy that was located in Newark, Ohio (marked as such). These came from the estate of famous dealer and friend Bob Secrist, who had one of the best milk bottle cap collections in the country. Excellent unused condition.
$0.12



#ZLC083 - Uncle Sam Apple Crate Label - Red Version
Vintage 11" wide Uncle Sam Brand apple crate label. Very detailed patriotic stone litho image of Uncle Sam. Circa 1930s. This is a beautiful label that retail in the $7 - $10 and up range. Unused stock from Wapato Fruit & Cold Storage Co. in Wapato, WA. Got these from a kindred spirit who also loves looking for old store stock. I got him hooked on this stuff 20 years ago and he has been looking for it ever since. This is one of several outstanding labels he has been able to procure.
$3.50



#ZLSG015 - Stafford's Blacks Grape Crate Label with Black Boy
13 1/4" wide colorful vintage grape labels. Not very many of these were found. Unusual image. Pictures a black boy with a colander on his head with a feather coming out of it. Circa 1930s. Grape types vary (e. g. the one in the pic says Carignane). Unused old factory stock from Tipton, CA. Excellent condition.
$2.00



#CC210 - Coca Cola Dry Server with a Pilot Drinking a Coke
Vintage 6 3/4" tall Coca Cola Dry Server with a picture of a pilot drinking a Coke. Says "Take off Refreshed". This is a very scarce one. We were happy to get some of them. These are paper sleeves that were dispensed from old Coke machines. The refrigeration in the old machines made the bottles sweat, so you put the bottle in one of these sleeves to keep them dry. Some people call them bottle bags, but the are really sleeves. Dated 1932. These are in exceptional condition. 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.
$2.00



#ZLC118 - Bronco Orange Crate Label
Vintage 10 3/4" wide Bronco Navel Orange crate label. We have not been able to get any of these for many years. This is the very nice old stone litho version circa 1930s. Fantastic image of a cowboy with a lasso on his bronco. Unused factory stock from the Redlands Foothill Groves in Redlands, CA. Excellent unused condition. This is one of the nicest labels out there. Great impact.
$4.00



#CC185 - Coca Cola Dry Server with Hand Holding a Coke Carton and Lady with a Tray
Vintage 6 3/4" tall Coca Cola Dry Server picturing a hand holding a carton of Coke and a lady carrying a tray with a bottle of Coke and lunch. These are paper sleeves that were dispensed from old Coke machines. The refrigeration in the old machines made the bottles sweat, so you put the bottle in one of these sleeves to keep them dry. Some people call them bottle bags, but the are really sleeves. Dated 1932. These are in exceptional condition. 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.
$1.50



#CC254 - Coca Cola Dry Server Picturing a Girl Carrying her Roller Skates at a Coke Cooler
Vintage 6 3/4" tall Coca Cola Dry Server with a picture of a girl with her roller skates over her left shoulder and a bottle of Coke in her right in front of a Coke cooler. Says "It's the Real Thing". These are paper sleeves that were dispensed from old Coke machines. The refrigeration in the old machines made the bottles sweat, so you put the bottle in one of these sleeves to keep them dry. Some people call them bottle bags, but the are really sleeves. Dated 1932. These are in exceptional condition. These are from a huge collection of Coke items a friend had who searched old bottling plants and hauled this stuff out many years ago.
$2.00



#TY290 - Roto Top Box

Vintage 6 1/2" long cardboard box. These are old factory stock that were never filled and are great for an old toy display. They were made to contain a toy with a string that you pulled and it spun three tops at one time. These were found at the Weaver Manufacturing Co. in Elizabethtown, PA and are marked as such. Cool illustrations of the top and how it worked on the box.

$0.75



#ZLS047 - Old Moxie Label
3 1/2" wide vintage unused 1930s Moxie bottle labels. Came from a fellow who's father owned a Moxie plant in the Boston, MA area. Beautiful image of a lady in a victorian outfit carrying wheat along the edge of a cliff.
$1.00



#CC199 - Coca Cola Dry Server with a large carton of Coke and Sandwich Tray
Vintage 6 3/4" tall Coca Cola Dry Server picturing hand holding a carton of Coke, a bottle of Coke, and a sandwich tray. These are paper sleeves that were dispensed from old Coke machines. The refrigeration in the old machines made the bottles sweat, so you put the bottle in one of these sleeves to keep them dry. Some people call them bottle bags, but the are really sleeves. Dated 1932. These are in exceptional condition. 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.
$1.50



#ZLC079 - Jack's Brand Apple Crate Label
Vintage 10 1/4" wide Jack's brand apple crate label. Popular label for framing with card players. These have a nice image of four jacks. Found at the Cashmere Cooperative Packers in Cashmere, Washington. Circa 1930s.
$3.00



#ZLSC092 - Franklin D. Roosevelt Inner Cigar Box Label
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 9" wide circa 1930s heavily embossed and gilded stone litho inner cigar box label. Says "Franklin D. Roosevelt". Great image of the president. Unused old stock in excellent unused condition.
$2.50



#CC209 - Coca Cola Dry Server with a Burger and a Coke
Vintage 6 3/4" tall Coca Cola Dry Server with a picture of a bottle of Coke and a hamburger on a tray. Says "So refreshing with food". These are paper sleeves that were dispensed from old Coke machines. The refrigeration in the old machines made the bottles sweat, so you put the bottle in one of these sleeves to keep them dry. Some people call them bottle bags, but the are really sleeves. Dated 1932. These are in exceptional condition. 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.
$1.50



#CS063 - Spencer's All-Wheat Cereal Box - As low as $1

Vintage 6 3/4" tall Spencer's All-Wheat cereal boxes. Beautiful art-deco design. Unused old stock found in storage in Burns, TN. Has recipes on the back. Circa 1930s. Shipped folded flat. We got a really good deal on these and so are offering them to you at a very low price. These are really nice.

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$1.50

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#ZLCA900 - Scarce Large Size Longwood Plantation Syrup Label
These are vintage 8" wide by 6 1/2" tall Longwood Plantation can labels that picture an Aunt Jemima looking black lady with a red bandana. A bunch of these were found many years ago at the Longwood Plantation in Baton Rouge, LA., but this large size has always been hard to acquire. They went on a large tin can. Circa 1930s.
$0.50



#ZLC105 - Our Pick Pear Label
Vintage 10 3/4" wide Our Pick Pear crate label from the Loomis Fruit Growers Association in Loomis, CA. Image of a chicken about to peck at a bowl of fruit. These would be great framed in a kitchen. Nice unused condition. Circa 1930s. SPS litho.
$2.50



#CS168 - Sta-Green Grass Seed Box
6" tall Sta-Green grass seed box. These are super colorful with a deco design box and from around the 1930s. Old stone litho image. Excellent unused condition. Folded flat.
$3.00



#SIGN002 - Sunkist Shamrock Valencias Sign
Vintage 9 1/2" tall circa 1930s cardboard store signs. These were distributed to groceries to use as price signs for Valencia oranges. Unused old stock from Northern Orange County. Nice image. Got these from a long time dealer who is retiring. He had found them many many years ago.
$2.50



#SP039 - Schlitz Menu Sheet with Phil Lyford Artwork
Vintage 10" tall unused paper menu sheet with a large colorful picture of a sophisticated couple dining and drinking Schlitz beer. It has the slogan "It's smart to drink Schlitz" and "The beer that made Milwaukee famous". Also says "In brown bottles". These are easy to date as those logos were only used in combination for a couple of years around 1934. They have a Phil Lyford signature. Phil Lyford was a very famous artist who did many paintings and illustrations for the Saturday Evening Post and Country Gentleman. He passed away around 1950. His paintings go for around 2 grand. These are quite a find.
$1.50



#ZLCA043 - Roseco Evaporated Milk Label
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 9 3/4" wide Roseco Brand 14 1/2 ounce Evaporated Milk label. This is perhaps the most beautiful dairy label you will ever see. Stone litho image. Very deep and vibrant colors. Cow with milking stool and bucket pictured. Also a gigantic rose image. These labels have a printer's code on them that dates them to 1933. They are an amazing find. They came from a brewery in Minnesota! During prohibition, the brewery turned to canning milk since they couldn't make beer any more. It was a large operation and they canned milk for companies all over the country. The companies would send them the labels and they would can the milk and send it back with the companies label on it. Incredibly, as soon as prohibition was over, they returned immediately to brewing beer and a ton of canning labels were left sitting in the basement all those years.
$1.50



#ZZA148 - Complete Set of 16 Different Exhibit Supply Radio Arcade Cards For Single Women
Vintage complete set of 16 Exhibit Supply Radio Cards for Single Women. These are 1 1/2" tall and picture a guy on the front with a radio message for the woman receiving the card of the reverse. The ones pictured are typical. For example, "My own true love life is not worth living without you. Come to my arms my darling, my heart hungers for you". The machines that dispensed these for a penny were only made from 1923 - 1931. Exhibit Supply often continued to make cards for their machines that they would sell to the penny arcades that used them for awhile after they no longer made the machines. Gauging by the original brick these were wrapped in, I'd say these are likely an old version from the 1930/40s. The gentleman pictured are all very period 1920s guys. These are very rare and unusual. Complete sets are nearly impossible to find. These were in original bricks marked Exhibit Supply that were found in storage at a penny arcade up in the northeast. Very few collectors will have a complete set of these and we've got them priced right.
$6.00

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