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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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#HH101 - Large Diecut Mechanical Valentine with Boy at Piano with Envelope
Please click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 9" tall mechanical valentine with a boy playing love songs at the piano. The girls head swivels on a brass grommet. Nice condition. The picture is set against the original envelope which is included.   From a long closed factory that made them in the 1950s. Very colorful. These days it will cost you $5 to buy a new good quality oversize card with the envelope like this. These are a real bargain.
$1.25



#MS123 - Armchair Pincushion in Illustrated Box
Vintage 3 1/2" tall rocking chair with pincushion for seat in illustrated box. Very detailed. Circa 1960s. These are unsold old stock that we found at an old distributorship in Boston.
$1.50



#MS160 - 1910 Victorian Print - Lady in Blue Hat with Pink Flowers
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 1910 (dated) 12 3/4" tall stone lithograph print on thin cardboard featuring a lady in a fancy blue hat with pink flowers. Marked "The Gray Litho Co. NY." Illustrated by Knoefel with his signature mark. These are unused old stock that were donated to a museum that consequently went out of business and sold them! Excellent condition. These are incredibly beautiful.
$5.00



#PC103 - Eskimo Pop Popsicle Bag - Eskimo Pie
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage large 6 1/4" wide glassine Eskimo Pop 5¢ bag. Marked "Eskimo Pop Twin" "A Quiescent Frozen Water Ice Product" "Eskimo is the Trademark of the Eskimo Pie Corp." "Manufactured by Seale-Lily Ice Cream Co. Jackson, Mississippi".  These are from around the 1940s and are old unused factory stock in excellent condition.
$1.00



#PL098 - Blue and Red Nixon Agnew Pinback
Vintage 1 1/8" diameter blue and red Nixon Agnew pinbacks. These are from the 1972 campaign and are marked "The Committee to Re-elect the President". Nice shape. May have some slight scratches. Nearly all tin pinbacks have slight scratches due to just bumping into each other in the boxes they were put in when they were made.
$1.00



#PL199 - Jerry L. Pettis Congressman Letterhead

Vintage 10 1/2" tall sheet with Jerry L. Pettis Congress of the United States letterhead. Jerry L. Pettis was a congressman in California in the 1960s and 70s. He came to national attention in 1974 when he died unexpectedly in an airline crash. A special election was held and his wife, Shirley Neil Pettis, won and replaced him. These are official letterheads from his estate that were never used.

$0.25

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#SIGN065 - Seven Seas Pipe Tobacco Sign
14” wide paper sign advertising Seven Seas pipe tobacco. They used to post these kinds of signs in store windows. These are unused old stock from the defunct Weisert Tobacco Co. in St. Louis, MO. They are in great unused condition and circa 1940s.
$4.50



#SIGN111 - Rare Early MWA (Modern Woodmen of America) Paper Flag on Pin

Vintage 2" wide paper flag on metal pin for the Modern Woodmen of America. The Modern Woodmen of America is one of the largest fraternal benefit societies in the United States. It was formed in January of 1883 at the by Joseph Cullen in Lyons Iowa. The original group only accepted "white males" between the ages of 18-45, and only in what they considered to be the 12 "healthiest" states. You were not allowed to be from a large city either.  Certain professions were prohibited too. This strange fraternal created a large life insurance provider over the years including investments and banking. The organization itself is still a tax-exempt fraternal benefit society. These are very early and came out of a factory that made silks and flags many years ago. Based on the master boxes, I'd say they are from the early 1900s. As far as we can tell, these are the only examples known.  They say "MWA" and have the society logo on them with an axe and gavel. The flags are paper with some aging, and the pins have a little light rust, but these are in amazing condition for their age. There was not a big bunch of these found and we have all of them, so we would suggest ordering early.

$1.50



#SIGN170 - Rare Early B.P.O.E. Elks Lodge "Hello Bill" Flag Pin - As low as $1 each

Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 2" long paper flag on a 2 1/2" wide metal pin for the B.P.O.E. Elks with the traditional "Hello Bill" greeting. The greeting started in 1897 at the Elks National Reunion in Minneapolis, and these are from around that time period. Back in the day, when a visitor came, they told them to go talk to Brother Billy Goddard which is how it all started. From there it spread to Elk lodges all over the country where it has become a traditional greeting. These early ones are very rare and in great shape for their age.

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#SIGN207 - Large Diecut Diner Sign of a Sundae Glass Filled with Strawberry Ice Cream - As low as 50¢ each
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Buy 4 or more and the price drops to 50¢ each. Vintage large 14 3/4" tall diecut paper sign that was made for use in diners. It pictures a large fancy Sundae Glass filled with Strawberry Ice Cream. They are unused old stock found in Pennsylvania. They were found at a distributor still in their shipping boxes dated 1953. These are as 1950s as you can get.

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#SOZ062  - Early Diet Pepsi/Pepsi Sample Size Cup
Vintage 2 3/4" tall waxed Pepsi Cola cup. It has the old "Taste that beats the others cold" which dates it to between 1968 and 1969. It says "Enjoy Pepsi-Cola Either Way" and has a regular Pepsi logo on one side and a Diet Pepsi logo on the other (both sides pictured). These aren't real common.
$1.00



#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



#TY554 - Crystal Eye Mrs. Santa Claus Doll Mask
These were part of a fad in the 1960s and 1970s.  Kleenex had a promotion where you sent away for parts like this and they showed you how to make a doll. This one was just the head. There were several variations. People used this one to make Mrs. Santa Claus. These heads are about 4" tall and made of a rubbery plastic material that is bendable. The eyes are three dimensional plastic and sparkly (the carton they were in said doll masks with crystal eyes). I found them sealed in their original cellophane wrapping and they are in excellent like new condition. I'm sure you doll collectors out there will know more about these. We just found these in a warehouse very near here we have been trying to get in for 20 years!
$1.00



#ZBOT120 - Krasdale Grape Juice Bottle Label
Vintage circa 1930s 3 7/8" wide gilded Krasdale grape juice bottle label. These are nice and look good on a one pint bottle. Marked "A. Krasne New York". Unused old stock in excellent condition.
$0.15



#ZBOT197 - Large GoodTest Brand Ammonia Bottle Label
Click the image to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 5 1/4" tall paper label. Gilded stone litho. Circa 1920.  Marked "GoodTest Brand Ammonia" "A powerful Cleanser" "Manufactured for Union Liberty Co. S. Lipowicz Branch, N.Y." They are bright and colorful and would look great on an old bottle. The company got in financial trouble and went out of business around 1922. These are old stock that was found in the building. We acquired these from a long time label dealer on the west coast that we bought out. Excellent unused condition.
$1.00



#ZL200 - Rare Heinle's Jockey Club Carbonated Root Beer Label with Racehorse - As low as $1 each
Click the picture to see a larger image. Here is an unusual and rare soda label. They are 4 1/2" wide and say "Heinle's Jockey Club Carbonated Root Beer" on them. Really nice image of a jockey on a leaping racehorse. These are the only examples we have ever seen. Heinle's was a Hires competitor back in the 1800s and sold extract and bottled root beer. In 1913, they were taken to court for violation of the Pure Food and Drug Act, and from what I can tell were out of business by 1915. These labels are likely from somewhere between 1900 and 1910. They were located at the Chas. L. Heinle & Co. building at 2731 Kensington Ave, Philadelphia, PA. They came from the estate of a long time dealer in Wisconsin. We would normally price these much higher because none of the root beer collectors have them, but we bought them right, so we are passing a great price on to you. These labels are in excellent unused condition for their age.

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#ZLB045 - Eagle Flying over the Capitol Building Broom Label
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. 6" tall vintage unused old stock broom label picturing an eagle flying over the capitol building. Marked "Quality Broom" "Consolidated Chem. Co. Memphis, Tennessee". Circa 1940s. Found in a defunct broom factory warehouse. These were labels that were used on broom handles. A lot of broom companies went out of business and the labels turn up in the old buildings occasionally. Unused old stock in excellent condition. Circa 1940s. We acquired these from a long time label dealer on the west coast that we bought out. Excellent unused condition.
$0.30



#ZLBE045 - Schoenling Draft Beer Label - Blue
Vintage 4 1/2" wide circa 1960s Schoenling Lager Beer label. Went on a one quart bottle. They are very colorful and in super nice condition. My brother used to work at the plant before it closed and found them there many years ago.
$0.25



#ZLBE063 - Large Ziegler Old Fashioned Lager Beer Quart Bottle Label
Vintage large 4 3/4" wide Ziegler Old Fashioned Lager beer bottle label. These went on one quart bottles. They are circa 1960 with a great image a German guy with beer steins. Unused old stock from the Louis Ziegler Brewing Company in Beaver Dam, WI.
$0.20



#ZLBE102 - Group of 100 Sierra Beer Labels
You get 100 for $5 (that's 5¢ each). Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 4 1/4" wide labels. Colorful foil label pictures explorers in a canoe. Says "Sierra Naturally brewed Pilsner Beer Select Barley Malt" etc. The Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. is in Sierra, Nevada. These are part of a huge cache of labels from a large label dealer in the Northwest we recently bought out. They are unused old stock that was found at the brewery years ago. These are one of the very first labels they used in 1979.
$5.00



#ZLC087 - Wise Bird Orange Crate Label
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 9" wide Wise Bird orange crate label. Colorful picture of an owl in the forest. Circa 1940s. Unused stock from the West Orange Citrus Growers Association in Winter Garden, FL. Excellent condition.
$2.50



#ZLC204 - Glendora Vegetable Crate Label
Vintage 10" wide Glendora brand vegetable crate label. Gilded with wonderful stone litho image of vegetables. These are really pretty. Nice unused condition. They may have a barely noticeable edge imperfection or two. Circa 1920 or possibly older.
$1.50



#ZLC257 - Repetition Apples Crate Label
Click on the image to see a detailed large image. Vintage 10 1/2" wide Repetition Apples crate label. This is a real beauty. Great for framing. Pictures three images of an old time boy with a crate of apples. Each crate has a picture of the label on it so everything repeats. Circa 1930's. Unused stock from R. Wachsmith in Yakima, WA.
$2.50



#ZLC268 - Plen Tee Color Apple Crate Label with Indian Maiden - Red Version
Vintage 10 1/2" apple crate label with a large image of an Indian maiden. Very colorful. They are from the Inland Fruit Co. in Wapato, Washington and are marked as such. They are unused old stock from the 1940s and are in excellent condition. This is a great one for framing.
$2.50

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