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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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#ZLC424 - Rare Washington Dehydrated Apples Crate Label
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. This is the larger vintage 10 3/8" wide apple label with a fantastic picture of George Washington on horseback holding out a sword. Old one. Circa 1920. Says "Washington Brand Dehydrated Apples from Yakima and Wenatchee" "The world's peerless apple districts" "Washington Dehydrated Food Co. Yakima, Washington". Rare label. We acquired these from a long time label dealer on the west coast that we bought out. Unused condition. Paper shows minor typical aging. Image is bright and striking.
$5.00



#ZLCA079 - Foodland Evaporated Milk Label with Cow
Foodland Evaporated Milk can label that went on a 13 ounce can and  is 9 3/4” wide.  Colorful stone litho labels with gilding. Circa 1920s. From the Foodland Distributors in Cleveland, Ohio. Great cow picture.
$2.00



#ZLCA222 - Uncle Remus Cane and Corn Syrup Label - "Dis Sho' am Good"
Vintage 11 1/8" wide Uncle Remus Brand Cane and Corn Syrup can label. These are from the Robinson Syrup Company that was in Cairo, Georgia and are marked as such. They are from around the 1920s and have a 1924 copyright date on them. Says "Uncle Remus Brand" "Dis sho'am good" and pictures a colorful Uncle Remus. Went on a 1 lb 2 oz can. They are in excellent unused condition.
$3.00



#ZLCA902 - Huge Southern Plantation Syrup Pail Label
Vintage 16" wide Southern Plantation Syrup label with images of black folks working in the fields and cooking on a pot by a cabin. Says "A bit of Dixie" and "Ye Little Log Cabin". Old embossed and gilded stone litho with bright beautiful colors. This label wrapped around a can about the size of a paint can with a handle. This is a very rare and scarce label that you almost never see any more. These are in excellent unused condition and may be the last of the stash that was found many years ago at the Roddenbery Packers in Cairo, GA. Marked 4 lbs 8 oz. Circa 1920s.
$4.00



#ZLCA903 - Huge Cross Roads Syrup Pail Label
Vintage 16 1/2" wide Cross Roads Syrup label with images of a blacksmith working and an old log cabin. This is a scarce label that you almost never see any more. These are in excellent unused condition and may be the last of the stash that was found many years ago at the Roddenbery Packers in Cairo, GA. Marked 4 lbs 8 oz. Circa 1920s.
$3.00



#ZLS132 - Rare Early Squeeze Lime Rickey Soda Bottle Label
Here we have some very rare vintage 4" wide Squeeze Lime Rickey (was a soda) bottle labels from the New Orleans Plant that went out of business in the 1940s. These labels are old stone lithos that date back to around the 1920s. They picture lemons and the kids sitting on a bench and say "Bottled under license from National Fruit Flavor Co. Inc." "New Orleans, LA". On the rare occasion where one has turned up in the past, they often went for $20 or more per label. There was one stack salvaged in unused condition. We have it and we believe it is the only supply of them anywhere. None of the collectors will have this one and it's a beauty.
$0.75



#ZLW063 - Bottled Romance Label - Artwork was done by R. Atkinson Fox

5" wide Bottled Romance label. The label pictured is one of their earliest known surviving bottle labels from Engels & Krudwig who produced high quality American wine from the Lake Erie region vineyards. A friend of ours was able to get into the winery and find these. There was a printing tag in with them that shows they were made in 1934 right after the end of prohibition. They are not signed, but extensive research has been done on these labels and the artwork was done by R. Atkinson Fox. Robert Atkinson Fox was a popular and prolific commercial artist from the early 1900s until his death in 1935. He was commissioned by major calendar companies and art print publishers to illustrate calendars, posters, postcards, picture puzzles, and various advertising materials all over the country. His work goes for big dollars. Check it out on Ebay. These labels are a gift at this price. They should retail for at least $5 - $10 each.

$0.50



#ZZA256 - 1978 Elvis Trading Card Wrapper
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 6 1/4" tall 1978 Donruss wax card pack wrapper for "Elvis Bubble Gum Cards". These are in nice condition.
$0.75



#ZZZ172  - Group of 3 Receipts from Kenny's Harley-Davidson Motorcycle Co. - Pictures Harley Panhead and Knucklehead Motorcycle
Click the picture to see the entire receipt in detail. You get 3 for $6 (that's $2 each). Vintage 8 1/2" tall used receipts from Kenny's Harley-Davidson Motorcycle Co. that was in Kansas City, Missouri. They are dated in the early 1950s, and have a great image of Harley Panhead and Knucklehead Motorcycles, not to mention the old Harley logo top and center. These are nice and really uncommon. Like most receipts, these may have punch holes or staple holes. Overall nice condition. Harley-Davidson is very popular right now
$6.00



##MUSICBP0261 - Grateful Dead Ticket from the 1983 San Francisco Auditorium Concert - As low as $4 each
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 8" wide Grateful Dead ticket. Marked "Grateful Dead San Francisco Civic Auditorium Saturday, December 31, 1983" "New Years Eve 8:00PM". The back is marked OTTO (printer). There was a shorter version of this that was a promotional item. These larger ones are actual tickets. We just found these down at OTTO. Excellent unused condition.

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$7.50

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##MUSICBP0478 - Michael Jackson OTTO Cloth Backstage Pass from the 1992 Dangerous Tour
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image of both sides of the pass. Vintage 4 1/2" tall Michael Jackson OTTO cloth backstage pass from the 1992 "Dangerous" World Tour. They have Pepsi advertising on them too. This yellow Local Crew pass is scarce. Unused condition.
$5.00



#BC114 - Group of 10 Cherry Crush Cork Lined Bottle Caps
You get 10 for $1.00 (that's 10¢ each). Vintage cork lined Cherry Crush Soda bottle caps. Circa 1960s. Unused old stock in good condition. Found in an old bottling plant in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania a lot of years ago.
$1.00



#BEADS0150 - Group of 3 Different Colored Large Rare American Glass Beads/Curtain Pulls from the Civil War Era
(You get 3 for $3 - That's $1 each). Early large heavy wound glass American hand made beads. The sizes are very variable ranging from about an inch to over and inch and a quarter. They are glass that was worked on an iron rod. These have the iron residue up the entire opening which was caused by rods used from about 1840 to 1870. The three different will be green, amber, and cobalt (out of light blue). These handmade glass objects were sold as beads and as curtain pulls, and sold by the peck. They are one of the very earliest forms of American lampwork bead. They light up brilliantly with a lot of light behind them. Here's the crazy story of how we found them. We were out looking for hippie beads at a store in California when we found these packed away with a bunch of old hippie stuff. They told us that grandpa had bought them from a store that exclusively sold vintage American glass that went out of business. He bought them because of the large holes and colors, thinking the hippies would like them! It turns out they are real deal mid 1800s blown glass. This is one of the best find we have ever had.
$3.00



#BEADS0447 - Copper Circus Charm Bracelet
Vintage 6 1/2" long heavy duty copper charm bracelet with 4 metal circus related charms. The charms are made of thick pot metal.  There is a large lipped clown wearing a derby, an elephant riding on a platform, a duck riding on a platform, and a rhino in a cage. These are very well made and in excellent unused condition from around 1960. We just found these in the remote storage of an old store on the east coast.
$2.00



#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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#CC075 - Coca Cola Snowflake Design Free Sample Cup
Both sides pictured. Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 1960s waxed Coke sample cup. They are marked "Free Sample" right up the side. They have the Enjoy logo on one side and the Things Go Better on the other. This is a very uncommon variety. I don't think many collectors will have it. 2 1/2" tall. Unused stock from an old Coke plant.
$1.50



#CC196 - Things Go Better with Coke Coaster

Vintage 4" wide Coca Cola coaster from the 1960s that says "thing go better with Coke" and "Drink Coca Cola". These are in great 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.

$0.75



#CE088 - Set of 81 Different 5¢ and 10¢ Flower, Ornamental, Fruit, and Vegetable Seed Packs - Includes Jack-O-Lantern
(You get 81 for $40 - that's less than 50¢ each) This set includes all 12 pictured above, plus our set of 28 fruits and vegetables, plus our set of 41 flower and ornamentals for a total of 81 different in total. All 81 are 5¢ and 10¢ packs. These are the oldest ones that were found. They are all unused old stock from the Lonestar Seed company in San Antonio, Texas. They were printed in the 1940/50s. A few may be from the 1930s.
 
They all have great graphics and quality. Please click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. To see the others in this set, look at the image of our flower and fruit and vegetable sets.
$40.00



#CH332  - Toy Pill Puzzle Watch with Donald Duck
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 7" wide plastic toy watch. The face of the watch is a politically incorrect image of Donald Duck smoking a cigarette. There are two balls in the face that you rolled around and tried to get in the holes. Found in remote storage at the Yankee Trader Novelty store in Columbus, Ohio. They are from around 1960 and are in excellent unused condition though the balls hardly roll any more.
$3.50



#CH391 -  Group of Three Different Sugar Crisp Sugar Bear Pill Puzzle Yo Yo Premium Giveaways
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image of both sides. You get three different colors (red, blue, and yellow) for $4.50 (that's $1.50 each). Sealed 5" tall package contains a pill puzzle picturing Sugar Bear that inserts into a yo-yo that you assemble. These were given away as a premium in Sugar Crisp cereal boxes. This is the older 1970s version. Colors vary. If you order 3, you will get three different colors. These are old factory stock that was never used and ended up in a warehouse in northern Ohio where we uncovered them. Excellent unused condition.
$4.50



#CH393 -  Huge Oversize Bartman (Simpsons) Avenger of Evil Pinback Easel
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 6" diameter Licensed Bartman Easel back pin. The easel can be pulled out to display it on a shelf. The front says "Watch it Dude" " Bartman Avenger of Evil" "Matt Groening". The rim says "TM Copyright 1989 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation". Early Simpson collectible. These ended up in a warehouse in northern Ohio where we uncovered them. Excellent unused condition.
$2.00



#CS249 - Group of 12 Pre WWII German Brass Plated Safety Pins with Tag
Vintage group of 12 brass plated steel safety pins. They are different sizes that range from 1" to 1 1/2" long. They are all pinned together on the longest pin. They still have their tags on them which say "Dosco Trade Mark Steel Safety Pins" "Made in Germany". These are old pre WWII stock from the 1930s. They were repackaged after the war in master boxes that they put a West German sticker on. These are really nice and in excellent condition. They have a very nice patina and look to them and could still be used for crafts.
$1.00



#CS368 - Display Card of 12 Latest Style Hair Clips
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 9 1/2" tall display card with 12 hard plastic hair clips attached. Good graphics. Says "Latest Style Hair Clips Top Styles Top Colors Top Quality".  They are unsold store stock from the 1960s in excellent unused condition.
$10.00



#CS382 - Group of 3 "B-L Preparation Intestinal Eliminant" Medicine Boxes from the WWII Era
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. You get 3 for $3 (That's $1 each). Vintage large 8" tall (when folded together) medicine box. Says "B-L Preparation A Fine Instestinal Eliminant" "October 1, 1943" (Which was right in the middle of WWII). Long list of strange ingredients. "Atlanta, Georgia". Nice display items for a country store. Boxes shipped folded flat as you see in the picture. This is old unused factory stock in excellent condition.
$3.00

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