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#BEADS0553 - 16mm Two Sided Glass Cat Bead  - Halloween Spooky - As Low as 25¢
Vintage 16mm tall, two sided (same dimensional cat on both sided), glass Czech bead that is a detailed black and white spooky looking cat. The bead hole runs diagonally as shown in the picture.  These are old unsold store stock that we picked up on the east coast. They are in perfect condition and the old version from around the 1920/30s. This old version is very uncommon.
 

$0.35

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#CS316- Full Pack of Collins' Penny Drink
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 3" tall full packet of drink powder. These have a nice image of period kids and have a copyright date of 1936 on them. This was a Kool Aid type drink. They say "Collins' Delicious Penny Drink" "1 Quart Costs 1¢". "Clyde Collins, Inc. Memphis, Tenn." The back gives directions for making frozen cubes and one quart of the drink. Nice full packs in unused condition. They are dusty though. They clean up well. You rarely find these kinds of items intact. Moisture and pests were a problem. So, this is a fairly rare item. Flavors may vary from the picture. These came from the estate of friend and famous dealer, Bob Secrist.
 

$2.50



#MS309 - Large "Accent on Youth" Pinup Advertising Calendar for Cigarette Brands - Signed Bradshaw Crandell
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 14" tall circa 1930s calendar print. Features a pretty girl sitting on a ledge with packs of Camel, Lucky Strike, Old Gold, and Chesterfields to the side of her. Done in pastel colors. The title is "Accent on Youth". Also marked "Copyright the Gerlach-Barklow Co. Joliet, Ill." These were made around the late 1930s, and have the printed signature of the famous pinup artist, Bradshaw, Crandell. Nice unused condition. These are really nice.
 

$7.00



#MS316 - Large "A World of Sunshine" Pinup Advertising Calendar for Cigarette Brands - Signed Bradshaw Crandell
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 14" tall circa 1930s calendar print. Features a pretty girl sitting in a car with packs of Camel, Lucky Strike, Old Gold, and Chesterfields to the side of her. Done in pastel colors. The title is "A World of Sunshine". Also marked "Copyright the Gerlach-Barklow Co. Joliet, Ill." These were made around the late 1930s, and have the printed signature of the famous pinup artist, Bradshaw, Crandell. Nice unused condition. Really nice.
 

$6.00



#SIGN214 - Old Mission Grapes Sign
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 8" side cardboard Old Mission advertising sign for Old Mission grapes. Bright red and yellow and pictures the old mission. Circa 1930s. We found these in with our huge label find awhile back. Excellent unused condition.
 

$5.00



#TOP007 - Buckeye Chewing Tobacco Bag
Vintage 7 1/4" tall paper Buckeye Mellow Chewing tobacco Bag. Nice graphics. Circa 1930s. These are unused old stock that came from the Weisert Tobacco Company in St. Louis, MO. Excellent condition.
 

$0.75



#MS232 Early Unused Coney Island Ticket for the World in Wax Musee Attraction
Vintage 2 1/8" wide ticket for the Coney Island (New York) World in Wax Musee. These are the oldest version I have seen. The attraction opened in the 1920s and tickets were 20¢ in the 1940s, so they likely go back to at least the 1930s. These came from a fellow that had a store that sold souvenirs along the Coney Island boardwalk. He was a collector and ran into this kind of stuff because he was right there on the boardwalk. They are in excellent unused condition. This is a rare item.
 

$1.00



#DC042 - Early Van's Raw Milk Cap Picturing Cow
The cap says Van's Raw Milk Route. They stopped bottling raw milk in the 1930s when the TB outbreak spread to the cattle supply, so these are likely from the 30s or older. Brightly colored picture cap with a cow head. 1 5/8" diameter. From Van's Dairy in Hamilton, MT.
 

$0.20



#MS122 - Royal Purple Condom Envelope
Vintage 9" 1930s condom envelope. Old factory stock that was never filled. Bright purple and gold colors. On the inside flap it says they were to be used on advice of a registered physicain to prevent disease. Paper shows some slight aging, but they are in great condition. They were found many years ago at the Chandler Distributors in S. Louis, MO.
 

$1.00



#TOP009 - Crooks Rum & Honey Cigar Box

Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Both sides of the box are pictured. Vintage 5 1/2" tall (when folded together) empty Crooks Rum & Honey 6¢ cigar box. These are very brightly colored and picture a bumble bee and a keg of rum on both sides. Says "Cured in Rum Flavored with Honey" "Wolf Bros. Cigar Co. Red Lion, PA." The bottom says "The ordinary retail price of the cigars contained herein.... is intended by the manufacturer to be more than 4¢  and not more than 6¢ each". Unused old stock found at the plant Red Lion, PA. Circa 1930/40s. These are great for the country store collector. Put 5 cigars in them and make a nice display item. Folded flat. Excellent unused condition.

 

$1.00



#CS366 - Special Capsules Box from the Grund Drug Company in Fremont, Ohio
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 2 5/8" long empty slide drawer box says "Special Capsules Allays the Common Cold Discomforts of Headache, Minor Muscular Aches and Pains, or Neuralgia" "Acetophenetidin, Aspirin, Caffeine, Gelsemium and Cascarin". They are in unused condition and from around the 1930s. They came from the building that was being renovated north of here in Fremont, Ohio.
 

$1.50



#DC229 - The Larry Johnson Collection - Group of 65 Different Milk/Dairy Bottle Caps
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. You get 65 all different for $8.00 (that's about 12¢ each). Vintage milk caps of varying size and types. Most are from the 1920s-1960s, and all came from the collection of Larry. The ones in the picture are typical. Many are uncommon. Almost all sets are similar or the same as the one pictured. However, these are completely different from ones we have offered before. Condition is near perfect on most, but there will be a few that have a rust mark or imperfection. They came from the estate of the late Larry "The Bottleman" Johnson, who was a friend. Larry was a picker his whole life, and he will be missed by the antique community.
 

$8.00



#CS063 - Group of 12 Spencer's All-Wheat Cereal Boxes

Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. You get 12 for $9 (that's 75¢ each). 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.

 

$9.00



#CS235 - Full Card Ninon Lisle Darning Thread
Vintage 4 3/8" tall cardboard card with 12 different colors of darning thread on them. They are circa 1930s or older and marked "Ninon Stranded Lisle Darning" "Super quality made in 12 shades" "Made in England". The darning thread is made of mercerised cotton according to the master carton. These are old store stock that is unused and in remarkably good condition.
 

$1.50



#SIGN128 - Group of 6 Heavily Embossed Fancy Metal Emblems/Signs from a Buff Transit (Surveyor's Telescope)
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. You get 6 for $30 (that's $5 each). Vintage 4" tall heavily embossed metal emblem/sign that went on a Buff transit. Super nice. They are very detailed. The embossing is so deep that they look three dimensional. You can see all the bolts and parts on the telescope pictured. The backs have two copper wires that were used to attach them to the transits (surveyor's tripod). Circa 1930s and still unused in their original envelopes. Excellent condition. They came from the estate of the famous dealer and friend, Bob Secrist.
 

$30.00



#DC169 - Rare Large Bramkamp's Appleland Cap that Went on a Megaphone Container
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage Rare large 49mm diameter cap from from the Bramkamp's Appleland in Livingston, Ohio.  These are very rare and went on a waxed megaphone style container. The roll these were in was dated 1932. These are unused and in excellent condition. 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.
 

$0.25



#SIGN105 - Waxed Cardboard Red Star Nickel Cough Drop Shelf Strip Sign

Vintage 12 3/4" wide waxed cardboard shelf strip sign that says "Red Star" "Cough Drops 5¢". Unused old stock in excellent condition. Circa 1920/30s. Very colorful and nice.

 

$3.00



#ZZZ163.1 - Paper Orange Blossom Fruit Wrapper
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 9" square fruit wrapper. Made of paper. Pictures three oranges on leafy branches and says "Orange Blossom Product of United States of America" These are circa 1930s. Unused old stock that was found in storage at the grower. Very uncommon. Excellent condition.
 

$0.50



#BC240 - Rare Knickerbocker Beer Cork Lined Bottle Cap - Used condition
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. This is a very storied company, and the caps are rare in any condition. These are used as shown in the picture. Marked "Knickerbocker Jacob Rupert, New York, N.Y." Great image of a Benjamin Franklin looking character. The side is marked "Pennsylvania Malt Beverage Tax Paid" "One Pint or Less". Jacob Rupert (General Manager of the Brewery with his name on the cap) was a very famous person. He is best known for owning the New York Highlanders baseball team which he purchased, changed the name to the New York Yankees, and owned from 1915 - 1939. He was inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 2013. He also served four terms in the United States House of Representatives. The Pennsylvania malt tax plus the Jacob Rupert name dates them to the mid to late 1930s.
 

$2.00



#BEADS0255 - High Quality Single Propeller Airplane Intaglio
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 1 3/8" wide intaglio. These are very high quality with silver reverse painted details in incised glass. The edges have very fancy bevels. Very detailed picture of a single propeller airplane. These are German glass from the 1930s or earlier. The boxes they were in were marked West Germany from when they were repackaged and sold after WWII. The glass is crystal clear on these. Any color you see in the scan is from a reflection. Intaglios were a type of art glass that involved incising glass to create pictures. The incised area is then reverse painted.!

 

$1.50



#BEADS0820 - 16mm Triangular Flat Backed Carnelian Colored Art Glass Cabochon
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage triangular 16mm across triangular Carnelian colored art glass cabochon. These are old ones. Pre war Japan from the deco days in the 1930s most likely. The bottoms are flat. Unsold old stock from an old store up in the northeast. Excellent unused condition.
 

$0.25



#CS384 - Group of 12 Voigt MIlling Wheat-Grits Bags
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. You get 12 for $6 (that's 50¢ each). Vintage 8 1/4" tall Voigt Milling Co. Wheat-Grits bag. These are from around the 1930s and say "Wheat-Grits Sterilized Kiln Dried" "Voight Milling Co. Grand Rapids, Michigan" "Always use Voigt's Crescent Brands of Flour". Old factory stock in excellent unused condition.
 

$6.00



#DC189 - Gribler Dairy Orange Drink Milk Bottle Cap
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 42mm diameter cap from around the 1930s. Colorful deco style. Says "Gribler Dairy Orange Drink" "Van Wert, Ohio". 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



#TOP021 - Master Carton for Insert Tobacco Tins
Vintage 9" tall unused cardboard master carton. Pictures Insert Tobacco tins on the sides and says they were made to contain one dozen of the 5¢ size. Marked "John Weisert Tobacco Co. St. Louis, MO". Empty and folded flat. They have perforations so the box could be split into two counter displays, Somehow the contents of this defunct factory ended up at an auction house in Felicity, Ohio a number of years ago. We bought most of it, but it ended up burning in our warehouse fire a few years ago. We still had a small stack of these sitting around the house.
 

$1.50

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