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COMPLETE CATALOG - ALL VINTAGE WHOLESALE CATALOG #101 (February 2020)

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This catalog is dedicated to the memory of Zane Shaffer. He was a pioneer in this field who recently left us. A lot of you have likely crossed paths with him. He was, arguably, the largest dealer in our type of merchandise on the East Coast. His family sold us a large lot of his inventory with the hope that his items will find good homes with people who appreciate them. You will see a lot of them over the next year or so, and we will mark them as such. Here is a note from his family "Whether he was gettin' his road warrior on traveling to antique markets in places like Shupp's Grove or buying/selling online, he enjoyed every minute of it. He held a very special place in his heart for the people, the places, and 'the old things'. It's really good to know that his collection will reach all the folks that had the same passion about them. We truly hope you enjoy them as much as he did."

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#ZLC065 - Coon Porto Rican Sweet Potatoes Crate Label
Vintage 9" wide sweet potato crate label with a great picture of a racoon with a giant sweet potato. Very colorful. They have a Louisiana state mark on them that is dated 1946. Unused old stock from the La Haye Bros. in Leonville, Louisiana.
$2.00



#ZLC080 - Rose Brand Apple Crate Label
Vintage 10 1/4" wide Rose brand apple crate label. This one is very beautiful. Brilliant colors. Nice image of four roses. Found at J. M. Wade Packers in Wenatchee, Washington. Circa 1940s.
$3.00



#ZZA215 - Complete Set of 16 Different Exhibit Supply Radio Arcade Cards For Single Men
Vintage complete set of 16 Exhibit Supply Radio Cards for Single Men. These are 1 1/2" tall and picture a girl on the front with a radio message for the man receiving the card of the reverse. The ones pictured are typical. For example, "Mr. Wiseguy: You're not half as wise as you think. Talk less and spend the berries more freely if you want me to warm up". The machines that dispensed these for a penny were only made from 1923 - 1931. Exhibit Supply made these and sold them to the penny arcades that dispensed them. These are a very old version from the 1930s. The ladies pictured are all very period 1920s women. 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



#ZZZ063 - Japp's True-to-Nature Toupees for Men Brochure with Prices
Vintage 7 1/2" tall Japp's 1920s Men's Wigs brochure with prices. These are incredible. Here's what they say "The directors in Hollywood Movie Studios brought it about. They insisted that the men who were partially bald must have a full head of hair so as to look youthful. So, these directors demanded a Toupee that could not be detected on screen." "Hence, the new Hollywood Toupee". "Baldness is a handicap to any man both from the standpoint of appearance and health. Toupees make one look 10 years younger and also prevent colds in the head." Japp's was a high end beauty care company that specialized in wigs and hair care products. They catered to wealthy clients. These were found in the building many years ago and were made during the roaring 20s right before the Great Depression. During that time period, people had lots of money to spend, and the prices for these wigs were really high for the time period. You sent them a sample of your hair and a paper drawing of your bald spot to get the color and size right. Hair-Lace Front Toupees were $40. That would be $513.07 in today's dollars!!!!!!!! The building is still here in downtown Cincinnati where these were found and has been converted to a bar that is all about the history of the building. They even have tours down there now. These are the only group of these brochures found.
$0.75



#CH327  - Bozo the Clown Toy Watch - As low as $1.75 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.
 
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$2.50

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#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



#SIGN102 - 48 Star Paper Flag on a Wooden Stick

Vintage paper 48 star flag on a 3" stick. These are unused old stock in nice shape. Some paper aging. On July 4, 1912, the U.S. flag grew to 48 stars. It was the official flag for 47 years all the way up till 1959. So these go back to at least the 1950s. The box they were in looks much older.

$0.50



#ZLC100 - Loch Lomond Orange Crate Label
Vintage 11" wide Loch Lomond orange crate label from the Strathmore Packing House in Strathmore, Tulare County, CA. Printer's mark is from the Schmidt Litho Co. in Fresno, CA. Circa 1930s. This is a super colorful one. Great for framing. Unused condition. We got these from a long time dealer who put them away many years ago and is retiring.
$2.50



##MUSICBP0016  - 1986 Van Halen Radio Promo OTTO Backstage Pass - WXRK 923

Eddie Van Halen is widely regarded as a virtuoso guitarist and singers David Lee Roth and Sammy Hagar were considered some of the best in the business. On the album "1984", "Jump" hit #1, and "Panama" and "I'll Wait" both went to the top 20. Following that, the released four number 1 albums over the following 11 years. That's quite a feat. Van Halen is the 19th best selling artist in the US of all times. They were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2007. They have won numerous MTV awards, were nominated for four Grammys and won one for "Best Hard Rock Performance" in 1992.

$2.00



#CC253 - Coca Cola Dry Server with Clark Gable Look Alike Drinking Coca Cola
Vintage 6 3/4" tall Coca Cola Dry Server with a picture of a Clark Gable look alike drinking a bottle of Coke. Says "Refreshment Right out of the Bottle". 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



#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



#CS081 - Glattolin Collar Wax - Full Display
12 vintage full boxes of collar chafing wax in original display box. Great graphics as you can see in the picture. You get all 12 boxes and the display for only $10. Individual boxes are about 1 1/2" Square and contain a bar of the wax and a product advertising brochure. These are nice unused old store stock from around the 1910s. Marked "Made in Germany". Product was rubbed on your starched collar to keep it from chafing your neck.
$10.00



#CS347 - Eye-Lash-Ine Eyelash Remedy Tin
Vintage 1 5/8" diameter tin. Nice image of a period lady on the front where it says "Eye-Lash-Ine Copyright Registered June 20, 1916" "Eyelash Remedy". Very fancy on all sides. Back tells directions for use and has a makers mark showing they were made by American Can in 1922. Also marked Dr. F. Formaneck Co. Chicago, Illinois. There are old unused factory stock in excellent condition for their age.
$4.00



You get 50 different vintage paper items for $5.00 (that's right, only 10¢ each). Just redone! These are closeouts, and miscellaneous. SUPER BARGAIN!! We need to make room! broom labels, soda labels, crate labels, and all sorts of miscellaneous. Primarily 1910 - 1950’s paper stuff. Some of the items are expensive higher end labels that have imperfections such as tiny edge tears or stains that would disappear with framing.
$5.00



#PL254 - George W. Bush M & M Box with Presidential Seal
Vintage unused George W. Bush original never folded box of M&M candy. The box has the presidential seal with George Bush's signature in print. These boxes were only offered to guests of the White House and flyers on Air Force One. Presidential M&Ms are a White House treat that were also included in Halloween gift bags for kids. These are unfolded and unused boxes in perfect condition. They are very rare, and in the past, have gone for all sorts of crazy high prices on Ebay from $25 to $100.
$4.00



#SOZ025 - Double Cola Bottle Rider Crayola Crayons Giveaway

Vintage 4 1/4" wide package that hung on a bottle of Double Cola. Says Free Crayola Crayons with your purchase of Double Cola. There are three crayons inside and the back has a bookmark that says Double Cola that you could cut out and color. Unused stock from an old bottling plant in great condition. Circa 1960s.

$1.00



#SOZ048 - Early Tab Six Bottle Carton - Coca Cola Mark
Vintage six bottle cardboard Tab carton. Unused stock from a plant down South. There are marked "A product of the Coca-Cola Bottling Company" and have the old logo (the "a" in the center was this style when Tab was introduced) dating them to around the introduction in 1963. Tab was introduced by Coca Cola to compete with Diet Rite which was having some success at that time. A really scarce carton in nice unused condition. Few collectors will have this one. Pictured unfolded.
$1.50



#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.
$1.50



#TY615 - Smoking Dog Toy - Japan
Vintage 4 1/2" wide package contains a paper mache dog with two cigarettes. Says "Smoking Dog and Two Fillers" "Insert filler - then light - and watch dog smoke by himself". Marked "Made in Japan" and circa 1950 or earlier. These are the old paper packages they used before plastic bags. This is the first we have seen of these in many years. Unsold old stock we found in the remote storage area of a store in Northern, Ohio.
$2.50



#ZBOT013 - Buffalo Ammonia Label
5 1/2" tall vintage Buffalo Ammonia label. These are spectacular labels and look incredible on a bottle. Very deep colors and old style writing with a picture of a buffalo. From the early 1900s. Says the company was established in 1872. Unused stock from American Bluing Co. warehouse in Buffalo, NY.
$1.50



#ZLB008 - Bluebird Broom Label
6" tall vintage unused stock broom label picturing a bluebird on a branch. Circa 1930s. Found in a defunct broom factory warehouse in Illinois. These were labels that were actually used on broom handles. A lot of broom companies went out of business in the 1940s and 1950s when vacuum cleaners took their place in the American household.
$0.25



#ZLBE049 - Beautiful IRTP CIO Pilsener Beer Label
Vintage 3 3/4" wide circa 1940s CIO Pilsener Beer label. Marked "Internal Revenue Tax Paid". These are very detailed stone lithos and very beautiful. They picture the union handshake and say "CIO Choice Ingredients Only". Went on a 12 oz bottle. Says "Brewed and Bottled by Tube City Brewing Co. McKeesport, PA". Unused old factory stock in great condition.
$0.75



#ZLBE062 - Old Tavern Lager Beer Label
Vintage 3 1/2" wide Old Tavern Lager Beer label. Went on a 12 oz. bottle. Fantastic image of an old fox hunt starting in front of a tavern. Unused vintage 1960s stock from the Warsaw Brewing Corp. in Warsaw, IL.
$0.15

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