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#CH079 - Ken Maynard Trick Rope in Original Cellophane Package
Vintage 1940's Ken Maynard toy TRICK ROPE in original package. 11" wide package says "toy trick rope - with the patented embedded swivel". These are in their original cellophane packaging (which is quite brittle and has tears), but the card and rope are in perfect condition. Even has a fake autograph on it. The patent number on the card is from the mid 1930s, however, guaging by how old he looks in the picture, I'd guess they are from around 1940. With his white cowboy hat, fancy shirt, and pair of six-shooters, Maynard appeared in more than 90 films from the 1920s to the mid-1940s before his career was ended by alcoholism. This was a warehouse find, but it wasn't huge and these won't be around forever. Trick ropes were sold by a lot of cowboy movie stars during this time period and usually go for $100 or more. This is a great item.
 

$10.00 -+



#CH384.1  - Charlie Chaplain Silent Movie Handbill - Fall of Babylon

OK guys. Something like this is uncommon. Vintage Charlie Chaplain items like this are nearly impossible to find. They came out of an old theatre in Brooklyn, NY. They are 11" tall thin paper handbills that they passed out in front of the theater to attact customers. It advertises D. W. Griffith's The Fall of Babylon which was made in 1919, so that is the time period these are from. It shows the second feature was Charlie Chaplan's comedy "Carman" which was made in 1917. This was the era of the silent movie and so it says "music throughout the entire show". What that means is that some guy played the organ while you watched the silent movies. This is a very good piece and we are proud to be able to offer it. These are the only examples we've ever seen. We bought them right and so are passing them on at an amazing price.

 

$4.00 -+



#CH005 - Bordens Elsie Starlac Sample Cups
These are very early Starlac sample cups picturing Elsie. Starlac first came out around 1951 and these are from around that time period as they say that Starlac was "new". These are the only examples I've ever seen and are in excellent condition. 2 1/2" tall. Antique and collectible.
 

$1.50 -+



#CH196 - Ronald Reagan Western Postcard From His Acting Days

Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image of both sides of the postcard. Vintage 5 1/2" tall postcard of Ronald Reagan in a western movie or tv show. These came from a collector who hoarded them a long time ago. They are from around the 1950s, are in near perfect condition and are marked "Western Art Post Card Co.". Ronald Reagan memorabilia is hard to find. We were very pleased to get these for you.

 

$3.00 -+



#CH208 - Western Art Johnny Mack Brown Post Card
Vintage 5 1/2" wide postcard of Johnny Mack Brown. The picture on these is from a movie from the mid 1950s and they are from that time period or a few years later. Johnny Mack Brown was a favorite cowboy at that time. He even had his own Dell Comic. These 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.
 

$1.50 -+



#CH316 - Group of 3 Frisch's Big Boy Coasters
Vintage 3 1/2" diameter Frisch's Big Boy paper coaster. You get 3 for $2.25 (that's 75¢ each). They are marked "Just a cup of coffee to you but a reputation to us" and "The one The only The Original Big Boy". Circa 1960. Big Boy collectibles have always been popular.  Frisch's was the very first Big Boy franchise in the country and has been selling Big Boy hamburgers since 1946.  These are old stock from an unopened box, and are in excellent condition. These are an uncommon Big Boy item. They can go for surprisingly high prices on Ebay.
 

$2.25 -+



#BEADSC0251 - Pair of Large Brass Pat Boone Pendant/Charms
You get both pieces for $2.50. Both are vintage brass. The one piece is diecut into a heart shape and is 1 7/8" tall. On the one side it has Pat's Boone's picture and signature embossed in the brass witha record and a pair of 50s shoes. The reverse says "Always Your Boy" "Pat Boone" which was his trademark saying. The smaller one is about an inch tall and is embossed "Always Your Boy" "Pat Boone" on one side and has a record embossed on the reverse. The brass shows age patina. This was quite the find. They are from the 1950s. They are in excellent unused condition, but show some minor scratches from getting tossed around over the years. Did you know that Pat Boone had 38 top 40 hits mostly in the late 1950s? Elvis is the only artist who charted more hits during that time!

 

$2.50 -+



#CH231 - Tex Ritter Western Postcard
Vintage 5 1/2" tall postcard of Tex Ritter in a western movie. These came from a collector who hoarded them a long time ago. They are from around the 1950s, are in near perfect condition and are marked "Western Art Post Card Co.". There is a spot on the reverse for a stamp. These are very uncommon and we are very pleased to have found them for you. Tex Ritter was a famous country singer and cowboy in the movies from the 1930s into the 1960s.
 

$1.50 -+



#CH259 - Raggedy Ann and Andy Dolls (pair) on a Metal Stem - Japan
You get the pair for $3 ($1.50 each). Vintage 7 1/4" tall including the metal stems. The dolls attached on top are about 2 1/4" tall and made of cloth and rubbery vinyl. Tags on the back say "Made in Japan". There are unused old store stock from around 1960 in excellent unused condition. We found some of these many years ago. They are good sellers.
 

$3.00 -+



#CH246 - Red Goose Shoe Napkin
Vintage circa 1950 7" tall Red Goose Shoe Napkin.  Says "Red Goose Shoes" "Half the fun of having feet". Colorful and uncommon. Nice unused old store stock in great condition. These are getting very hard to come by.
 

$1.00 -+



#TZCards111 Complete 16 Card Exhibit Supply Then and Now Female Movie Star Cards
Vintage complete set of "Then and Now" arcade card with female movie stars of the day and their childhood pictures. Circa 1950. The set includes Doris Day, Veronica Lake, Debbie Reynolds, Piper Laurie, Jane Powell, Jane Weyman, Mona Freeman, Shelley Winters, Loretta Young, Virginia Maya, Terry Moore, Kathryn Grayson, Jennifer Jones, Jeanne Crain, Debra Paget, and Yvonne DeCarlo. These came from a closed arcade and were in the original bricks market Exhibit Supply. They are in near perfect condition. Some are "colorized". The complete sets like this are very rare. The individual cards turn up every once in awhile. The common ones retail for around $3, but the scarcer ones go for up to $10.
 

$20.00 -+



#CH326-10 - Rochester in "What's Buzzin' Cousin?" Movie Poster Broadside
Vintage 13" tall paper movie poster/broadside from the 1943 movie "What's Buzzin' Cousin?".  "Rochester" was well known as the Butler on the Jack Benny Radio Show where he became the first African American to have a regular role on a Nationwide radio program. Ann Miller got top billing in this movie, but Rochester was the big draw. It says "Rochester's Clowning is good for the funny bone", and he is wearing a butler outfit in the picture. Please click the picture to see a more detailed image. Back in the day, when a new movie was going to play at the local theatre, there would be a guy who would run around town tacking these things on bulletin boards, telephone poles, fence posts, or anyplace else where they might be seen. Because most were outdoors, few have survived. Some will have small edge tears or roughness, but this is true of all paper movie broadsides, and they can easily be trimmed for framing. Although, a few small imperfections kind of adds to the look with these. Colors vary. We got them from the estate of famous dealer and friend Bob Secrist. He found them in the storage area of an old theatre up in Northeast Ohio.
 

$2.50 -+



#CH417 - Snoopy Merry Christmas 1977 Porcelain Ornament - Japan
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 2 1/2 tall porcelain Snoopy Christmas ornament Says ""Merry Chistmas 1977" on his hat, and on three different sides of the box. It has Snoopy holding a candy cane. The bottoms of the ornaments have paper tags that say "Snoopy Copyright 1958,1966 United Feature Syndicate, Inc." "Japan". These came from a cache of toys from a large distributorship that got hung up in bankruptcy in New York City many years ago, and are in perfect condition. We dug these out of the warehouse they ended up in.
 

$2.00 -+



#CH652.3 - Group of 4 Oversized Licensed Universal Studios E. T. Pinback - 1982 Movie Merchandise
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. You get 4 for $4 (that's $1 each). Vintage large 2-1/4" diameter pinback featuring E. T. Marked "1982 Universal City Studios" with additional E.T. Trademarking info around the rim. These are unsold old stock that promoted the movie in the early 1980s. Excellent unused condition.
 

$4.00 -+



#BF074 - Group of 10 Brownie Chocolate Bottle Caps
Vintage cork lined Brownie chocolate bottle caps. You get 10 for $2.50 (that's 25¢ each). Pictures a Palmer Cox Brownie on it. Circa 1950s. Unused old stock in good condition. Found in an old bottling plant a lot of years ago. This is becoming a hard one to find.
 

$2.50 -+



#CH648 - Oversized Trilby Postcard (Poster-Card) of Shirley Temple
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image of both sides of the postcard. Vintage 8" tall oversized Trilby postcard of Shirley Temple. These are unsold old store stock in great shape. These were sold by stores, and distributed as carnival prizes. The 3¢ stamp mark on the back dates them between 1958 and 1962. They are marked Trilby Posters, Venice California and have a place for a 3¢ stamp. Instead of postcard, it says poster-card and Shirley Temple along with a 1949 copyright date on the back.
 

$3.00 -+



#CH232 - Cisco Kid (Duncan Reynaldo) Western Postcard
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 5 1/2" tall postcard of the Cisco Kid (Duncan Renaldo/Reynaldo) in a western movie. The Cisco Kid was one of the very first Western TV series and one of the most popular. It won an Emmy back in the day. It started in 1949 and ran until 1956, and so these are from that time period. These came from a collector who hoarded them a long time ago. They are marked "Western Art Post Card Co.". There is a spot on the reverse for a stamp. These are very uncommon and we are very pleased to have found them for you.
 

$1.50 -+



#CH428 - Package of 5 Wonder Woman Tiaras - DC Comics 1977
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Each package has 5 cardboard Wonder Woman Tiaras with elastic straps. The package is marked "Wonder Woman Tiaras" Copyright "DC Comics Inc. 1977". Each individual Tiara also has the 1977 date and licensing info. Also marked "AMSCAN Inc". These are scarce and almost never found in the complete package. They can go for good money. We found these in a store up north where they had never seen the light of day. Excellent unused condition.
 

$5.00 -+



#CH447 - Mr. Peanut Lapel Pin
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 1 1/8" tall plastic Mr. Peanut lapel pin. Circa 1950s. All are brown like the one in the picture. These are uncommon. We found these at the booth of a dealer in Brimfield. He had gotten them from a retired Planters salesman. Excellent unused condition.
 

$2.00 -+



#CH652.1 - Group of 3 Mr. Swiss Restaurant Napkins - Mr. Swiss Character
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. You get 3 for $1 (that's about 33¢ each). Vintage 4 3/4" tall napkin. These are colorful napkins from the defunct Mr. Swiss fast food chain. They operated in the 1960s, with some locations still around into the 1970s. It was a chain of 200 stores in 38 states in 1968. They were stores with a unique A-frame look, mostly in the center of the country. This is an older logo, likely from the 1960s, and Mr. Swiss memorabilia is very hard to find. They are in excellent unused condition. The edges may have a slight no harm roll from sitting in remote storage all these years.
 

$1.00 -+



#BEADS0434 - 18mm Davy Crockett Reverse Painted Glass Intaglio - As low as $2 each
Vintage 18mm (.7") reverse painted Davy Crockett intaglio (intaglios are cabochons where the image is incised into the front or back of a flat piece of glass, and then color is applied). They picture a frontiersman in a coon skin cap. The master box had Davy Crockett written on it. Flat back. West German. They are from around 1955 when the Davy Crockett King of the Wild Frontier Disney movie came out. Near perfect condition.
 
This is from our latest treasure hunt! From a warehouse of cabachons and beads! All were in original packaging. All are 50 - 90 years old.

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$3.00 -+

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#CH318 - Group of 4 Licensed Hasbro GI Joe Whistles
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. You will get 4 for $3 (that's 75¢ each). Vintage well made metal G.I. Joe whistles that work well. They are marked GI Joe as you can see in the picture and embossed copyright Hasbro 1982. These are unsold old store stock in excellent unused condition that we just found in an old warehouse up in the northeast.
 

$3.00 -+



#CH326-23  - Lucille Ball Miss Grant Takes Richmond Movie Poster/Broadside
Vintage 13" tall paper movie poster/broadside from the 1949 Lucille Ball and William Holden movie "Miss Grant Takes Richmond". Please click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Back in the day, when a new movie was going to play at the local theatre, there would be a guy who would run around town tacking these things on bulletin boards, telephone poles, fence posts, or anyplace else where they might be seen. Because most were outdoors, few have survived. Some will have small edge tears or roughness, but this is true of all paper movie broadsides, and they can easily be trimmed for framing. Although, a few small imperfections kind of adds to the look with these. Colors vary. We got them from the estate of famous dealer and friend Bob Secrist. He found them in the storage area of an old theatre up in Northeast Ohio.
 

$6.00 -+



#CH327  - Group of 12 Bozo the Clown Toy Watch Faces
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. You get 12 for $9 (that's 75¢ each). Vintage 1 1/4" tall Bozo the Clown toy watch. Made of thin tin with a plastic face. Reverse is embossed "Japan" in the metal. They are from around 1960 and are in nice shape. There are no straps as you can see in the picture. These were toys and so the dials are not meant to be functional. They are not common and early Bozo items like this are very collectible.
 

$9.00 -+

 
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