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#ZLW179 - Group of 4 Dante's Kentucky Straight Bourbon Labels - Cincinnati, OH
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. You get 4 for $1 (that's 25¢ each). Vintage 4 3/4" tall label says "Dante's Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey" "Dante's, Cincinnati, Ohio". Picture's flames like Dante's Inferno. Circa 1950s. My sister's wedding reception was at one of the defunct Dante's restaurants. 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.

#CE016 - Night Blooming White Moon Flower 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) Night Blooming White Moonflower 10¢ seed packet from the Lone Star Seed Co. in San Antonio, Texas. The beautiful images on the envelopes were printed in the 1950s. The price stamps and descriptions were printed later. Excellent condition.


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#CE021 - Baby Blue Eyes Insignis Blue Nemophila Lone Star 10¢ Seed Pack - As Low As 25¢ each
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 4 1/2" tall unfilled (empty) Baby Blue Eyes Insignis Blue 10¢ seed packet from the Lone Star Seed Co. in San Antonio, Texas. These are the only seed packets that are like this, but every one of them had been sealed previously and opened from the bottom, so there are glue marks where they were sealed. That is why the price is lower on these. 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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#CC264 - Coca Cola Giveaway Booklet with Safety Sue
Vintage 16 page full color 6 3/4" tall Coca Cola booklet. The cover says "Safety Sues Says I Play Safe So Can You". Inside are colorful pages showing safety rules. The booklet is dated 1951 and the drawn pictures are classic from that time period. It pictures the old style stop lights and talks about Sue's brother the patrol boy. It also pictures rag dolls, roller skates and old cars. Very nostalgic The back says "Presented in the Interest of Safety to the Children of our Community by the Coca Cola Bottling Co." It also pictures a Coke bottle and says "Drink Coca Cola in Bottles Pure, Wholesome, and Refreshing" "Tell your parents to keep a few bottles in your icebox at home". These are in sealed envelopes that you have to rip open to get the booklet out. The booklets are in perfect condition. These were in an old Coke plant and were never addressed for mailing. They are unusual and very very nice.

#TY389 - Tin Pill Puzzle with Lithographed Indian Chief - Japan
Vintage 1 3/4" tall tin lithographed pill puzzle with Indian Chief. Has metal balls in it you tried to roll in the eyes. These are solid tin with thin plastic fronts. There is a lot of detail. We found these in rice paper boxes marked Japan. They are from the 1950s. They came from a long closed store that specialized in toys, sewing items, and novelties.

#CS156 - Stoller's Honey Sample Cup with Lid
Vintage 1950s Stoller's Honey sample cup. These are 1 3/4" tall waxed cups illustrated with two bumblebees. They come with a cardboard lid that says "Ask for Stoller's Honey at your Grocery". They were free sample cups and are very colorful and very nice. Foundat the Stoller Honey Farms in Latty, Ohio.

#NE018 - Martin Luther King Memorial Postcard
Vintage 9" postcard that was produced when Martin Luther King died in 1968. The back says they were made by Sum Ho Bun Lee in Washington, D.C. and distributed by the AAA novelty company in that area which is where they were found. Unused old stock in great condition.

#ZLC083 - Uncle Sam Apple Crate Label - Red Version
Vintage 11" wide Uncle Sam Brand apple crate label. Very detailed patriotic stone litho image of Uncle Sam. Circa 1930s. This is a beautiful label that retail in the $7 - $10 and up range. Unused stock from Wapato Fruit & Cold Storage Co. in Wapato, WA. Got these from a kindred spirit who also loves looking for old store stock. I got him hooked on this stuff 20 years ago and he has been looking for it ever since. This is one of several outstanding labels he has been able to procure.

#ZLSG015 - Stafford's Blacks Grape Crate Label with Black Boy
13 1/4" wide colorful vintage grape labels. Not very many of these were found. Unusual image. Pictures a black boy with a colander on his head with a feather coming out of it. Circa 1930s. Grape types vary (e. g. the one in the pic says Carignane). Unused old factory stock from Tipton, CA. Excellent condition.

#CC191 - Coca Cola "Refreshing Secret" Carton Insert

Vintage 5 3/4" tall fold out pamphlet Coca Cola carton insert. Six sided with a lady on the inside telling you about how Coca-Cola contained "80 quick-energy calories" and compares that to apples, oranges and other things people considered healthy at the time. They call it the "refreshing secret". The last copyright on the pamphlet is 1951 and they are from around that period. These are neat. 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.


#ZLCA026 - Squaw Choice Sifted Peas Can Label
11 1/4" wide vintage label. Circa 1920s. Gilded with nice stone litho of a squaw and papoose. These were found many years ago at the Centerville Canning Co. in Centerville, MD. 1 pound 4 ounce size. Excellent condition.

#CC229 - Large Coca Cola Jungleland Popcorn Bag
Vintage 13 1/2" tall Jungleland Coca Cola popcorn bag. Jungleland was a famous theme park in California that closed in the 1960s. It was used for many Hollywood films and catered to the film industry. These bags were stored in the bottom of the popcorn machines when the park closed. So they are from around the 1960s or perhaps 50s. They have a large Coke logo and tiger head pictured. This is the single nicest looking Coca Cola popcorn bag that we have ever seen. Nothing else comes close.  The colors and look is spectacular and they are very uncommon. We recently 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. They are in excellent unused condition.

#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.

#ZZCE021 - The Meadow Brook National Bank Stock Certificate - Indian Logo
Vintage 11 1/2" wide used stock certificates with a nice very detailed Indian Head motif (pictured). These were for shares of Meadow Brook Bank Stock and are dated around 1960 give or take a couple of years. They have been used but are in excellent condition.

#ZLC118 - Bronco Orange Crate Label
Vintage 10 3/4" wide Bronco Navel Orange crate label. We have not been able to get any of these for many years. This is the very nice old stone litho version circa 1930s. Fantastic image of a cowboy with a lasso on his bronco. Unused factory stock from the Redlands Foothill Groves in Redlands, CA. Excellent unused condition. This is one of the nicest labels out there. Great impact.

#ZLS092 - Dad's Root Beer Label
Vintage 3 1/2" wide 1960s Dad's Root Beer label. Has the No Deposit No Return advertising on it that became popular during that time period. Nice image as you can see in the picture.

#ZLT016 - Long Distance Tobacco Wrapper
Vintage Long Distance tobacco wrapper. Unused stock from the Scotten, Dillon Company, Detroit, Michigan. These are very early and beatiful stone lithos. Circa 1910. A large lot of old boxes and paper were found at the Scotten Dillon warehouse many years ago. We just picked up several different types from the guy who rescued them, and he let loose of some of the oldest ones that were found. They are very nice and in excellent condition. The entire label is 12" long and wrapped around a plug of tobacco. The image pictured showed up on the front and is about 4" wide.

#ZZA145 - Complete Set of 32 Different Blind Date for Men Pinup Arcade Cards
Complete set of 32 Exhibit Supply Blind Date for Men cards. Each one has a corny little story with 1940s humor many have what were considered risque poses for the time. The copyright date is 1941, which is the date the machines that dispensed these for a penny were originally made. The Exhibit Supply Company made them for the machines for years after.

We have a large lot of Exhibit Supply cards that we found in unopened bricks (you can see a picture of some of the bricks at the top of this department (Trading Card Shop). They are from a closed penny arcade. This is about the only way you would ever be able to find complete sets. The problem still is that there are more of some cards than others, so we can't assemble as many sets as you might think. These cards are uncommon. They are difficult to date because many of the machines were in production in the 1930s and 40s, but Exhibit Supply made cards for many of them all the way up to the early 1970s. The tale end stuff generally used lighter colored cardboard backing and printing on the bricks was stamped. The older ones have separate printed labels. So, we are using that info and the aging on the brick wrappers to estimate dates. The arcade must have bought the bricks of these during different time periods. Some are the lighter backs, but not the real light ones. We'll call it circa 1960.


#CA031 - Full Unopened Sealed Deck of Eastern Airlines Playing Cards
Vintage unused stock from around 1970. Full deck standard bridge size cards. The box and each card have the Eastern Logo on them. Came from a former employee. This is a great price on these.

#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.


#DA081 - Group of 4 Elsie Borden's Ice Cream Cups (2 different sizes)
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. You get 4 for $4 (that's $1 each). You will get two each of the two different sizes. They are both identical to the one pictured. One is just a little larger than the other. The larger size is about 3 1/2" and the other size 3" in diameter. These were found at the Borden's plant in Portsmouth, Ohio when it closed. Circa 1960. Excellent unused condition

I (Don) have spent over 20 years roaming around digging out inventory for you guys. I work for you, and love doing it! Now, I need some help. My singer (Lola) and I (My stage name is ChordSlinger) are trying to complete a studio quality CD, but it is outrageously expensive. So, I got to thinking. If I could get some of you to donate a small amount (even $1), maybe we could gather the money to complete the CD. It is my dream. I appreciate you reading this. Shipping costs are not incurred on this item.  We are very close to finishing the album now.  Perhaps within the next 6 months!

#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.

#ZLC074 - Gladiola Oranges Crate Label
Vintage 11" wide Gladiola Oranges crate label. Beautiful old stone litho. Spectacular colors. Circa 1920s. Unused old stock from the Covina Orange Growers Assn. in California

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