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COMPLETE CATALOG - ALL VINTAGE WHOLESALE CATALOG #106 (February 2021)

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##MUSICBP0767  - Prince OTTO Cloth Backstage Pass from the 1988 Love Sexy Tour
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image of both sides of the pass. Vintage 4" wide 1988 Prince cloth  OTTO (Maker) Backstage Pass from the Love Sexy Tour. These are hard to come by, and a lot of Prince stuff is starting to dry up. Excellent unused condition. These came out of a large collection we recently purchased from an advanced collector. More to come on that.
$5.00



##MUSICBP2012 - Grateful Dead Car Window Tour Sticker/Decal - Bear and Steal Your Face Skull
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 5" tall 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 early to mid 1990s. The skull is a Grateful Dead character called Steal Your Face, and he has a green Grateful Dead bear where his brain should be. Excellent unused condition.
  
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.
$2.50



##MUSICBPT0020 - Rare Santana Commemorative Ticket from the New Years Eve 1999 Concert - As low as $5
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. 9" long vintage special collector edition Commemorative ticket for the New Years Eve 1999 Santana Concert at the hard rock cafe in Las Vegas. Lion hologram. Rare ticket. Excellent unused condition.

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#BA125 - 114th Licensed Kentucky Derby Cloisonne Pin
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage well made 1 1/4" tall cloisonne pinback that pictures horses and the grandstand says "Kentucky Derby 114" "Churchill Downs Louisville, Kentucky May 7, 1988". Licensing information on the reverse. Unsold old stock in excellent unused condition.
$0.50



#BA136 - Group of 12 New York Rangers Hockey Team Kids' Fan Club Cards
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. You get 12 for $3 (that's 25¢ each). Vintage 3 1/2" tall kid fan club membership card for the New York Rangers. Marked "Official Member 1995/96 New York Rangers Kids' Club. The back has advertising for Modell's Sporting Goods. These are unused old stock in excellent condition that we found in the OTTO (manufacturer) warehouse. They are unused, and in excellent condition.
$3.00



#BA711 - Laminated OTTO Backstage Pass for The Ultimate Fighter Championship in 1997 - As low as $5 each
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 4" diameter laminated pass for the Ultimate Fighting Championship on May 30, 1997 in Augusta, Georgia. This was the first appearances of Randy Couture and Tito Ortiz who went on to the UFC Hall of Fame. These are very very rare and can go for big bucks. They are some of the only laminated examples that still exist. Excellent unused condition. 

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#BA723 - 1990 OTTO Cloth Backstage Pass for the Winner's CIrcle at the 116th Kentucky Derby
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage May 5, 1990 OTTO cloth backstage pass for the Winner's Circle in the 116th running of the famous Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs. The winner of the race was Unbridled. Excellent unused condition.
$3.00



#BC060 - Group of 10 Mello Yello Bottle Caps - Yellow Version - (Coke Product)
You get 10 for $0.80 (that's 8¢ each). Mello Yello plastic lined soda caps. These are from around 1980 and were found at the Coca Cola plant in Thomasville, NC. Excellent unused condition. Mello Yello was introduced in 1979 by Coke to compete with Mountain Dew.
$0.80



#BC106 - King Bee Grape Cork Lined Soda Cap
Vintage King Bee Grape cork lined soda cap. Circa 1950s. Pictures a bumble bee. Old unused factory stock. Caps show some minor aging, but you won't find any nicer.
$0.25



#BC133 - Group of 10 Iron Brew Cork Lined Soda Bottle Caps
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. You will get 10 for $2.50 (that's 25¢ each). Vintage cork lined Iron Brew cork lined soda bottle cap. Nice color and graphics with an arm and hammer logo. Cork lined from around 1950. Iron Brew was made by Foxon Park Beverages in East Haven, CT. Unused old factory stock. They are in amazing condition for soda caps this old. Near perfect. Very scarce one.
$2.50



#BC144 - Group of 10 Cork Lined R-Pep Soda Bottle Caps
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. You get 10 for $2 (that's 20¢ each). Vintage rare cork lined R-Ped Soda bottle cap. Scarce one. These were found at the Clem Bottling Company plant building in dry storage In Malvern, Arkansas. Marked "R-Pep At 10 Refresh" "At 3 Re-Pep" "At 5 Repeat". Circa 1940s or older. If you look in soda labels, you will find that we have some of the labels that went with this cap too. Old stock in unused condition. The silver areas of the cap show some tin patina.
$2.00



#BC149 - Group of 10 Cork Lined White Light Nin' Soda Bottle Cap
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. You get 10 for $2.00 (that's 20¢ each). Vintage cork lined White Light Nin' soda bottle cap. Nice picture cap with lightning bolts on it. They were found at the RIchardson Bottling Company in Windsor, PA and are marked as such. From the 1960s. Unused old stock in great shape for their age. Some minor aging if you look close. Best examples we've ever seen.
$2.00



#BC161 - Group of 10 Cork Lined Howdy Orange Soda Bottle Caps
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. You get 10 for $1.20 (that's 12¢ each). Vintage cork lined Howdy soda bottle cap. Circa 1950s. They are from the Pioneer Bottling Works in Davenport, WA and are marked as such. They are unused and in nice shape.
$1.20



#BC185 - Group of 10 Super Coola C & C Cork Lined Soda Caps
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Group of 10 for $1.50 (that's 15¢ each). Vintage Super Coola C & C cork lined bottle cap. Nice unused condition. These are unusual. They went on cone top Super Coola soda cans that were made in the mid 1950s. Found in the old bottling plant in Narrows, VA. Don't have very many.
$1.50



#BC198 - Group of 10 Early Plastic Lined 7up Soda Bottle Caps
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage plastic lined 7up Soda bottle cap. These are from around when they first starting using plastic liners around 1970 or a little earlier. They are unused and in really nice bright shiny shape.
$0.80



#BC202 - Group of 10 Cork Lined Black Raspberry Soda Bottle Caps
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. You get 10 for $1 (that's 10¢ each). Vintage cork lined Black Raspberry soda bottle caps. Very colorful. Circa 1950. Unused. Not real common. Excellent condition for their age.
$1.00



#BC211 - Rare Jockey Club Grape Soda Cork Lined Soda Bottle Cap
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage cork lined Jockey Club Grape Soda bottle cap. Circa 1950. Marked "Hammonton Bottling Co. Hammonton, NJ". These are rare and they are in excellent unused condition. 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.
$0.25



#BC217 - Group of 10 SunCrest Cork Lined Peach Soda Bottle Caps
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. You get 10 for $1.50 (that's 15¢ each). This older version is very scarce. Vintage cork lined SunCrest Peach Soda bottle caps. 1950s. Marked "Bottle Under Authority of Nartional Nugrape Co. Atlanta, GA" around the rim. Excellent condition. Old unused soda plant stock.
$1.50



#BEADS0012 - Group of 12 West German Glass Pinch Beads - Tan Fire Polished 6mm
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. You will get 12 for $1 (that's about 8¢ each). Vintage 6mm diameter tan fire polished glass West German pinch bead. They are very beautiful. These came from a long closed warehouse. They are from the 1960s. Uncommon. Excellent unused condition.
$1.00



#BEADS0152 - Large Black Round Incised Handmade (Lampwork) Bead
Price is 25¢/bead. Vintage very large jet black handmade bead. They have a spiral incised on the surface. The size varies. Average size is nearly inch and a quarter in diameter, plus they are over a half inch thick. Because they were handmade (also known as lampwork beads), no two are alike. These are very uncommon. They were in a crate with made in Japan glass, so that would be our best guess. They are from the 1960s, or more likely, earlier. They are a bit dirty. Just rinse them off in water and they are in new unused condition.

They are in unused condition, and striking. Like most of the others in this find, so far as we can tell, there are no other examples of these to be found anywhere online, or anywhere else period. They were sold as hippie beads in the late 60s from a bead store near the Haight Ashbury area.

$0.25



#BEADS0154 - Group of 12 Early Plastic Green and White Beads with a Speckled Pattern and Goldstone Flecks
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. You will get 12 for $1.00 (that's about 8¢ each). Vintage hard plastic beads with a beautiful green and white speckled pattern that are 11-12mm in diameter. They also have splotches of goldstone (aventurine). This is an early style of plastic that was made around 1950 or possibly earlier. They look a lot like old aventurine marbles from the 30s.

They are in unused condition, and like most of the others in this find, so far as we can tell, there are no other examples of these to be found anywhere online, or anywhere else period. These were the only plastic beads stashed away with the hippie beads, but are substantially older. 
$1.00



#BEADS0158 - Large Blue Rose Ceramic Japanese Big Hole Bead
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage big hole ceramic bead with a blue rose design. These were in boxes marked "Made in Japan" and are from the late 1960s. They are nearly and inch long. Hippies were stringing these "large" hole beads on rope back in the day. Brightly colored flowers and big holes.

They are in unused condition, and are uncommon. They were sold as hippie beads in the late 60s from a bead store near the Haight Ashbury area. In 1967, the hippie phenomena dominated the area and the demand for beads was huge. The owner of this store put out the call that he wanted all types of beads that were either colorful, large, earthenware, or had mystical significance. Some of the items that he brought into the store were much older, and we will note them in the listings. The hardcore hippies wanted glass or ceramic or earthenware, so that is what most of these items are. The lucite stuff was for the fake hippies. The demand started slacking as the hippie phenomena died down and by the mid 1970s, they started selling gold chains and disco related items instead. The hippie items were taken from the front shelves, and stored in the back. The newspaper they were wrapped in was dated 1977, so that's when they put them back there. The most striking thing in the store is an old display of huge African Trade Bead necklaces from the 1800s. They were even selling those sort of beads to the hippies. One of those necklaces will run you about 2 grand now. That place is a real time warp. You could still smell incense around some of the boxes and I kept hearing Jimi Hendrix and Jefferson Airplane in my head. Just amazing.
$0.25



#BEADS0159 - Very Large Red Rose Ceramic Japanese Big Hole Bead
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage very large big hole ceramic beads with a red rose design. These were in boxes marked "Made in Japan" and are from the late 1960s. They are nearly and inch and a half long. Hippies were stringing these "big" hole beads on rope back in the day. Brightly colored flowers and big holes.

They are in unused condition, and are uncommon. They were sold as hippie beads in the late 60s from a bead store near the Haight Ashbury area. In 1967, the hippie phenomena dominated the area and the demand for beads was huge. The owner of this store put out the call that he wanted all types of beads that were either colorful, large, earthenware, or had mystical significance. Some of the items that he brought into the store were much older, and we will note them in the listings. The hardcore hippies wanted glass or ceramic or earthenware, so that is what most of these items are. The lucite stuff was for the fake hippies. The demand started slacking as the hippie phenomena died down and by the mid 1970s, they started selling gold chains and disco related items instead. The hippie items were taken from the front shelves, and stored in the back. The newspaper they were wrapped in was dated 1977, so that's when they put them back there. The most striking thing in the store is an old display of huge African Trade Bead necklaces from the 1800s. They were even selling those sort of beads to the hippies. One of those necklaces will run you about 2 grand now. That place is a real time warp. You could still smell incense around some of the boxes and I kept hearing Jimi Hendrix and Jefferson Airplane in my head. Just amazing.
$0.35



#BEADS0176 - 18mm Fancy Faceted Purple Glass Cabochon with Goldstone Streaks
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 18mm diameter purple glass cabochon. The backs are flat. They are very pretty with multiple facets. Circa 1940s. Excellent unused condition. We found these in a warehouse on the west coast.
$0.35

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