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#PC117 - Group of 2 Duckies Ice Cream Bags Featuring Huey, Dewey, and Louie (Donald Duck's Nephews)
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. You get 2 for $5 (that's $2.50 each). Vintage 6 5/8" tall Ice Cream bags. They picture Donald Duck's nephews Huey, Dewey, and Louie. Super colorful They say "Duckies" "There is something new under the sun". These are super rare Donald Duck collectibles. 1950s. 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.
$5.00



##MUSICBP2002 - Grateful Dead Tour Sticker/Decal - Bear Walking Through Illinois
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 4" wide Grateful Dead sticker/decal. These are high quality art decals. This type sticks on the outside of glass or a mirror or your pocket. They are in mint condition and can still be used. This one features the Steal Your Face character (the skull) with a Grateful Dead Bear walking across the state of Illinois. These were sold during the tour that went through Illinois. These are circa 1990.

These Grateful Dead stickers/decals are old tour merchandise in excellent unused condition. I found them wrapped in plastic in boxes in master cases. They came from a distributor who sold them to tour vendors. The condition is pristine and they still will work as a car decal or window/mirror sticker. We found them packed away in storage boxes dated 1992 (many are older than that) and 1995 (year Jerry Garcia died). They are high quality artist renderings of Grateful Dead themes. Back in the day, the Dead did not monitor copyrights and that sort of thing, and in fact, at one point encouraged artists to do designs. The LA times explained it well “The Grateful Dead was famously lax in enforcing it’s intellectual property rights and trademarks, allowing fans to create their own designs using the band’s expansive iconography”. Since there was no serious monitoring or much concern back then, a lot of up and coming artists got involved in designing them. This is how some of them got their starts. Some of the sticker artists who designed these stickers went on to produce official licensed works for the Grateful Dead and other famous groups. These stickers include some by now famous designers including David Opie, and others. These 1995 and older stickers are very hard to find anymore.
$2.50



##MUSICBP0770  - Rare Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers Laminated VIP OTTO Backstage Pass from the 1995 Dogs with Wings Tour
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image of both sides of the pass. Vintage rare 4 1/4" tall Tom Petty Laminated OTTO (maker) VIP Backstage Pass from the 1995 Dogs with Wings Tour. This VIP version has incredibly detailed art work and is very rare. Excellent unused condition. These came out of a large collection we recently purchased from an advanced collector. More to come on that.
$7.50



##MUSICBP2038 - Grateful Dead Car Window Tour Sticker/Decal - Bear in Bus Saying Who are the Dead
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage larger 10" wide Grateful Dead sticker/decal. These are high quality art decals that were made for car windows. I peeled the cover off for the picture. They are in mint condition and can still be used. This one is from the 1980s. It features a bear waving from his Volkswagen bus and saying "Who are the Dead and Why are They Following Me.

These Grateful Dead stickers/decals are old tour merchandise. I found them wrapped in plastic in boxes in master cases. They came from a distributor who sold them to tour vendors. The condition is pristine and they still will work as a car decal or window/mirror sticker. We found them packed away in storage boxes dated 1992 (many are older than that) and 1995 (year Jerry Garcia died). They are high quality artist renderings of Grateful Dead themes. Back in the day, the Dead did not monitor copyrights and that sort of thing, and in fact, at one point encouraged artists to do designs. The LA times explained it well “The Grateful Dead was famously lax in enforcing it’s intellectual property rights and trademarks, allowing fans to create their own designs using the band’s expansive iconography”. Since there was no serious monitoring or much concern back then, a lot of up and coming artists got involved in designing them. This is how some of them got their starts. Some of the sticker artists who designed these stickers went on to produce official licensed works for the Grateful Dead and other famous groups. These stickers include some by now famous designers including David Opie, and others. These 1995 and older stickers are very hard to find anymore.
$3.50



#PL372 - Jimmy Carter Postcard Celebrating the 1977 Inauguration
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image of both sides. Vintage 6" tall postcard pictures Carter with an American flag and says "President Jimmy Carter 39th President, United States". The reverse has a place for a stamp and says "President Jimmy Carter inaugurated January 20, 1977 as 39th President of the United States". Also marked that they were made by the Continental Card Company. Excellent unused condition.
$1.00



##MUSICBP0756 - Super Rare Rick Springfield OTTO Cloth Promotional Backstage Pass - Concert at the Syracuse War Memorial
Click the picture to see a large detailed image of both sides of the passes. Vintage 4 3/4" tall Rick Springfield OTTO cloth promotional radio backstage pass from the 1982 Jessie's Girl Tour. Very brighty colored and super rare. These are the only examples that I have ever seen. I got them from a local radio disc jockey who collected them back in the day. They are marked "FM95X WAQX" "April 30, 1982 Syracuse War Memorial" "Collector's Patch OTTO". Unused old stock in excellent unused condition.
$3.50



##MUSICBP2032 - Grateful Dead Car Window Tour Sticker/Decal - Skeleton Smoking a Joint under a Rainbow Tree
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 4 1/2" diameter Grateful Dead sticker/decal. These are high quality art decals that were made for car windows. I peeled the cover off for the picture. They are in mint condition and can still be used. This one is from around the late 1980s. It features a skeleton smoking a joint under a rainbow tree with the sun and ocean, and of course, a couple of mushrooms growing on the ground.
  
These Grateful Dead stickers/decals are old tour merchandise. I found them wrapped in plastic in boxes in master cases. They came from a distributor who sold them to tour vendors. The condition is pristine and they still will work as a car decal or window/mirror sticker. We found them packed away in storage boxes dated 1992 (many are older than that) and 1995 (year Jerry Garcia died). They are high quality artist renderings of Grateful Dead themes. Back in the day, the Dead did not monitor copyrights and that sort of thing, and in fact, at one point encouraged artists to do designs. The LA times explained it well “The Grateful Dead was famously lax in enforcing it’s intellectual property rights and trademarks, allowing fans to create their own designs using the band’s expansive iconography”. Since there was no serious monitoring or much concern back then, a lot of up and coming artists got involved in designing them. This is how some of them got their starts. Some of the sticker artists who designed these stickers went on to produce official licensed works for the Grateful Dead and other famous groups. These stickers include some by now famous designers including David Opie, and others. These older stickers are very hard to find anymore.
$2.00



#BEADS0896 - Group of 4 Fancy Beaded Metal and Copper Tassel with Jade Colored Bead - Japan
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. You get 4 for $1 (that's 25¢ each). Vintage 1 3/8" tall tassel with a jade colored bead, copper chains, and a decorative gold colored metal attachment with a loop. Box was marked "Made in Japan". Circa 1950s. These are in excellent unused condition. These are in amazing condition.
$1.00



#CE040 - Mixed Vinca or Periwinkle Lone Star 10¢ Seed Pack - As Low As 50¢
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 4 1/2" tall unfilled (empty) Mixed Vinca or Periwinkle Lone Star 10¢ seed packet from the Lone Star Seed Co. in San Antonio, Texas. The beautiful images on the envelopes were printed in the 1940s. The price stamps and descriptions were printed in the 1950s. Excellent condition.

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#CS458 - Two Full Boxes of Griffin Black Scuff Cover Wrapped in a Sleeve Offering a Free Space Map
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. You get the pair for $6 (that's $3 each). Vintage 4 3/4 tall boxes" picture a running boy and say "Griffin Self-Shining Shoe Liquid". The bottles are in there and full. These would make a great store display piece. They are bundled with a cardboard wrapper that says "Free Space Map with Front Panels from 2 Griffin Scuff Cover Boxes". On the side it tells where to mail them to and says "This offer void after Dec. 31, 1961. 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. NO FOREIGN ORDERS ON THIS ONE.
$6.00



#DC236  - Group of 5 Uncommon Milk Bottle Cap Picturing a Windmill from the Eldorado Dairy - Clovis, NM
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. You get 5 for $1 (That's 20¢ each). Vintage uncommon 42mm diameter milk bottle caps. They say "Eldorado Dairy Fresh Milk T.B. & Bang Tested". T.B. was tuberculosis, of course. Nice windmill image. Old phone number 78-12. Circa 1930s. 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.
$1.00



#HH220 - Group of 2 Different Large Valentines Day Magnets
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. You get both for $1 (that's 50¢ each). Vintage 2 - 2 1/4" wide thick hard plastic magnets. Heavily embossed and dimensional picturing hearts. One says "Love You". The other says "For my Valentine". The magnets are embedded in the back and they still work. 1960s. These are nice. Excellent unsold old store stock we found up north in excellent condition.
$1.00



#PL374 - Large Pinback Picturing Young Hillary Clinton and Tipper Gore
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Uncommon vintage large 3" diameter pinback pictures a young looking Hillary Clinton and Tipper Gore, and says "America Loves Hillary Tipper". Marked "Official Presidential Inaugural Collectibles Copyright". Leftovers from the January 20, 1993 Bill Clinton inauguration. Excellent unused condition.
$1.50



#ZLB055 - White Star Broom Label - Blandon Broom Works Blandon, PA
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 4 1/2" tall broom label from the Blandon Broom Works in Blandon, PA and marked as such. Circa 1940s. The margin on the right side was where the broom label was to overlap when wrapped around a broom handle. Could these have a connection to the famous White Star shipping line? Hard to tell.  I have not been able to confirm or deny. 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.
$0.25



#ZLCA304 - Group of 4 Uncommon WWII Page Valley Apple Sauce Labels
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. You get 4 for $2 (that's 50¢ each). Vintage 10 1/2" wide "Page Valley Heavy Pack Apples" can label. Marked "Luray Orchards Luray, Virginia". They went on a very large 6lb 8oz can. These are from the WWII era and picture an Eagle, Battleship, and Plane in patriotic red, white, and blue. We acquired these from the estate of Zane Shaffer who was one of the largest long time dealers on the east coast. Excellent unused condition.
$2.00



#ZLW177 - Very Large Quinquine Jimmy Quinquina Wine Bottle Label - French
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage large 6 1/2" tall label that says "Quinquina Jimmy" which was a type of wine. The huge colorful stone litho image of the dog is one of the best on any liquor label out there. It's truly amazing. Circa 1910/20s. They are French and marked "Marque Deposee". 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.
$1.50



##MUSICBP0757 - Journey OTTO Cloth Promotional Backstage Pass from the Concert at Largo, MD 1982
Click the picture to see a large detailed image of both sides of the passes. Vintage 4 3/4" tall Journey OTTO cloth promotional radio backstage pass from the 1981 Escape Tour. I got them from a local radio disc jockey who collected them back in the day. They are marked "Q107" "Capital Centre Largo MD" "May 8, 1982". Unused old stock in excellent unused condition.
$4.00



##MUSICBP0763 - PHISH OTTO Cloth Backstage Pass featuring the Muhammad Ali George Foreman Boxing Match
Click the picture to see a large detailed image of both sides of the passes. Vintage 3 3/4" diameter PHISH (rock band for the uninitiated) cloth backstage pass made by OTTO. PHISH made a whole series of passes with famous people and TV scenes, and humorous topics. This is one of the best. It pictures a scene from what most consider the greatest boxing match of all time. This fight catapulted Muhammad Ali into international fame. George Foreman had never been beaten, and was the Heavyweight Champion of the world. Ali introduced his famous Rope-a-Dope tactic and knocked foreman out in the 8th round. It was a huge upset. This pass is not real common and has great subject matter. Unused old stock in excellent unused condition.
$3.50



##MUSICBP2033 - Grateful Dead Car Window Tour Sticker/Decal - Grateful Dead Bear Riding a Lightning Bolt
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 5 1/2" wide Grateful Dead sticker/decal. These are high quality art decals that were made for car windows. I peeled the cover off for the picture. They are in mint condition and can still be used. This one is from around 1990. It features a colorful Grateful Dead Bear riding on a lightning bolt.

These Grateful Dead stickers/decals are old tour merchandise. I found them wrapped in plastic in boxes in master cases. They came from a distributor who sold them to tour vendors. The condition is pristine and they still will work as a car decal or window/mirror sticker. We found them packed away in storage boxes dated 1992 (many are older than that) and 1995 (year Jerry Garcia died). They are high quality artist renderings of Grateful Dead themes. Back in the day, the Dead did not monitor copyrights and that sort of thing, and in fact, at one point encouraged artists to do designs. The LA times explained it well “The Grateful Dead was famously lax in enforcing it’s intellectual property rights and trademarks, allowing fans to create their own designs using the band’s expansive iconography”. Since there was no serious monitoring or much concern back then, a lot of up and coming artists got involved in designing them. This is how some of them got their starts. Some of the sticker artists who designed these stickers went on to produce official licensed works for the Grateful Dead and other famous groups. These stickers include some by now famous designers including David Opie, and others. These older stickers are very hard to find anymore.
$2.00



#BC220 - Group of 10 Rare YUP Plastic Lined Soda Bottle Caps
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. You get 10 for $1.20 (that's 12¢ each). Vintage very rare 1970s YUP plastic line soda cap. Excellent unused condition. Old unused soda plant stock.
$1.20



#CA519 - Group of 4 1975 Mercury Monarch Dealer Postcards
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. You get 4 for $2 (that's 50¢ each). Both front and back are pictured. Vintage standard size 5 1/2" wide postcard from an old car dealership. Pictures the 1975 Mercury Monarch. These are unused stock in perfect condition.
$2.00



#CE032 - Cuthbertson Scarlet Sweet Pea Lone Star 10¢ Seed Pack - As Low As 50¢ each
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 4 1/2" tall unfilled (empty) Cuthbertson Scarlet Sweet Pea Lone Star 10¢ seed packet from the Lone Star Seed Co. in San Antonio, Texas. The beautiful images on the envelopes were printed in the 1940s. The price stamps and descriptions were printed in the 1950s. Excellent condition.

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#CE042 - Fantasy Finest Mixed Zinnia Lone Star 10¢ Seed Pack - As Low As 50¢
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 4 1/2" tall unfilled (empty) Fantasy Finest Mixed Zinnia Lone Star 10¢ seed packet from the Lone Star Seed Co. in San Antonio, Texas. The beautiful images on the envelopes were printed in the 1940s. The price stamps and descriptions were printed in the 1950s. Excellent condition.

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#CH326-37 - Murder on Lenox Ave Movie Poster Broadside - "100% Colored All Star Cast"
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 12 1/2" tall paper movie poster/broadside from the 1941 movie "Murder on Lenox Ave".  This was billed as having a "100% Colored All Star Cast" and featured many famous black actors of the day. 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

 
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