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COMPLETE CATALOG - ALL VINTAGE WHOLESALE CATALOG #109 (February 2, 2022)

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#BEADS0748 - Large 25mm Red Coral Colored Glass Cabochon - As Low as 50¢ each
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage large 25mm long West German red glass cabochon. Color on package says "Red Coral". It has different shades of darker red running through it. They are domed with a flat back. The white dots you see in the picture are a reflection from our ceiling lights. They are from the 1960s. Perfect, never seen the light of day condition. We found these on a recent trip to the northeast to a warehouse that has not seen the light of day for many years. 

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$0.75

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#BEADS0863 - Group of 70 12mm Solid Reddish Orange Colored Glass Cherry Brand Beads
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. You get approximately 70 Beads for $7 (around 11¢ each). Vintage temporary strands of reddish orange solid colored larger 12mm Cherry Brand Japanese beads. These were made by hand using old techniques. They are 1940s Cherry Brand (company only existed from 1946 - 1951). As you many know, Cherry Brand was considered the highest quality Japanese bead maker. This is a very fresh find we made from a dealer in New York who originally purchased them in the 1940s. These are very hard to find, very nice, and have never seen the light of day. Click on the image to see a larger picture with more detail. Dust them off and they are like new again.
 

$8.00



#BEADS0931 - Group of 12 Shiny Chalk Glass 8mm Beads
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. You get 12 beads for $1.00 (8¢ each). Vintage 8mm diameter shiny chalk colored beads. They are West German and from the 1950s. We found these in a warehouse on the east coast. Excellent unused condition.
 

$1.00



#CC320 - Coca Cola Christmas Carton Insert with Candy Cane Recipe - As low as 75¢ each
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 9" tall thin cardboard carton insert that went in a carton of Coca Cola in the 1950s. Says "Add Punch to your Holidays". It features a recipe for "Candy Cane Jingle" which of course you made with Coke. There is also a recipe of "Lime Pine".  Nice piece of old Coke advertising.

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$1.00

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#CH326-19 - William Boyd (first appearance as Hopalong Cassidy - 1935) Eagle's Brood Poster/Broadside
Vintage 12" tall paper movie poster/broadside from the 1935 movie "Eagle's Brood" starring William Boyd. This is a rare item and was the first appearance of WIlliam Boyd as Hopalong Cassidy. Please click the picture to see a more detailed image. Back in the day, when a new movie was going to play at the local theatre, there would be a guy who would run around town tacking these things on bulletin boards, telephone poles, fence posts, or anyplace else where they might be seen. Because most were outdoors, few have survived. Some will have small edge tears or roughness, but this is true of all paper movie broadsides, and they can easily be trimmed for framing. Although, a few small imperfections kind of adds to the look with these. Colors vary. We got them from the estate of famous dealer and friend Bob Secrist. He found them in the storage area of an old theatre up in Northeast Ohio.
 

$15.00



#CH543 - Rare Licensed Batman Wings with Head Pinback - Licensed DC Comics
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 1 1/2" diameter pinback featuring spread wings that say "Batman" with Batman's head in the top middle. Marked "Copyright DC Comics, Inc. 1970" and "Button-up" around the rim. These are extremely uncommon. Vintage 1980s. We uncovered them very recently in an old vending warehouse here locally. Excellent unused condition.
 

$1.50



#CS423 - Lynas Creme Gloria Toilet Article Box
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage colorful 3" tall when folded together cardboard box has writing on every side except the bottom. Advertises all sorts of Lynas beauty care products. We acquired these from the estate of Zane Shaffer who was one of the largest country store dealers on the East Coast. Folded flat. Excellent unused condition.
 

$0.75



#DA109  - Sunkist Orange Juice Insert Sheet The Went in a Milk Box
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 9 " tall ad sheet offering Johnston Instant Sunkist Orange-Juice Drink that the milkman could deliver for you. These were found at the "Riverside Dairy" in Cardington, Ohio. Excellent unused condition from the 1950s.
 

$0.35



#HH185 - Very Old Gauze Little Bo Peep Halloween Hat
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage very large 7" tall Little Bo Peep gauze Halloween hat with ribbons. These are from the 1930/40s. These are unsold merchandise. They have a little typical warping from laying in one position all these years, but stretch back out. We found these in storage at a warehouse in northern Ohio. Colors vary. Old gauze Halloween items are getting very scarce.
 

$4.00



#HH204 - Large Diecut Mechanical Valentine with Duck with Flower Hat - Original Envelope
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage large 7" tall diecut mechanical valentine that features a duck wearing a flower hat. The duck's head swivels on a brass grommet. Nice condition. Fun image. The picture is set against the original envelope which is included.  From a long closed factory that made them in the 1950s. Includes original envelope. 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



#PL276 - Large Clinton Gore Building a Bridge to the 21st Century Pinback - Pictures Bridge
Vintage large 3" diameter uncommon Bill Clinton Al Gore presidential election pin from the 1996 election. Says "Building America's Bridge to the 21st Century". Marked 1996 Tigereve Design around the edge. Excellent unused old stock in  perfect condition.
 

$1.00



#PL389 - Al Gore 2000 Presidential Election Pinback
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 2 1/4" diameter "Gore 2000" pinback. Also says "Continue the Tradition". Licensing info around the rim. Leftovers from the 2000 presidential election. These are in excellent unused condition.
 

$0.75



#SIGN227 - Diecut Diner Sign of a Ceramic Pitcher with Steaming Hot Fudge
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Buy 4 or more and the price drops to 50¢ each. Vintage 4 1/2" tall diecut paper sign that was made for use in diners. It pictures a ceramic pitcher with steaming hot fudge. 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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#SIGN245 - Diecut Diner Sign of a Lemon Float
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Buy 4 or more and the price drops to 50¢ each. Vintage 9 1/2" tall diecut paper sign that was made for use in diners. It pictures a lemon float in a tall glass. 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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#SP063 - Group of 12 Round Michelob Beer Coasters
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. You get 12 for $1.44 (that's 12¢ each). Vintage 3 1/2" round cardboard Michelob Beer coaster. Same as pictured front and back. We got these locally from the basement of an old tavern. Everything down there was 15 to 40 years old, and so these are from somewhere in that time period. Most likely 1970s with this logo. Excellent unused condition.
 

$1.44



#ZZA229 - 12 Card Set of Whom You Should Marry Exhibit Supply Penny Arcade Cards
You get 12 for for $4 (that's only 33¢ each). These are cards that were dispensed at penny arcades and amusement parks in the Exhibit Supply Whom you Marry machines which were first made in 1926. They are marked Exhibit Supply and have a very fancy picture of a couple getting married and other people from the era on each side. Click the picture to see the full size image. These are very detailed and period looking. Fantastic images. The machines had slots for each month and you put a penny in for your birth week. Since there were four different ones, you might have to try for awhile to get you exact week. They tell your Birthstone, Flower, Colors, and of course Whom you should marry. For example, the April 1st to April 9th card says "Born at this time you are impulsive and quick in temper, but are kind and genial...... choose a mate as one who respects your individuality....... you might find happiness with those born in August, December, or March" and a whole lot more.  Tells all about you. They are 5 1/2" tall and in unused condition. You will get 12 cards total including the complete April, May, and June 4 card sets.   These machines were in service from 1926 up until the 1950s, so they made cards to sell in them for a number of years. A very scarce one.  It was a complicated machine. They were never used and are in great shape.  Some have little spots of printing smear, but nothing that really effects them. The cards are likely from the 1950s . They were found in original bundles with exhibit supply packaging in storage at an old amusement park up in the northeast.
 

$4.00



#ZZCE071 - Pennsylvania Power & Light Company Stock Certificate
(Click the image to view the full certificate) Vintage 12" wide stock certificate from the "Pennsylvania Power & Light Company". Most are dated in the early 1970s with a few few older ones.  Used stock certificate in great condition. This company has been buying and merging smaller companies since 1920, and is now called PPL.
 

$1.00



#ZZZ003 - 1960s Pepsi Check
Neat vintage 8" wide Pepsi check found in the old Pepsi bottling plant in Selma, NC. Has a picture of a bottle cap with the single dot logo. Nice condition.
 

$1.00



#BC104- Group of 10 Dad's Cream Soda Plastic Lined Soda Caps
You get 10 for $1.00 (that's 10¢ each). Vintage Dad's Cream Soda plastic lined twist off soda caps. Fancy colorful old logo. Unused old stock in great condition found at the Dad's  Root Beer Co. in Jasper, Indiana.
 

$1.00



#BEADS0004 - Group of 8 Czechoslovakian Glass Buttons - Red 18mm Four Coil Design
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. You will get 8 for $2 (that's 25¢ each). Vintage 18mm diameter red glass button with fancy four coil design design. They have standard button loops molded into the glass in the back. These came from a long closed warehouse in boxes marked Czechoslovakia. Some of the designs that were in the case were art deco designs, and so they are likely from the 1930s or earlier. These are very uncommon, and go for a buck each minimum on Ebay. You are not likely to see them anywhere else. Excellent unused condition.
 

$2.00



#BEADS0156 - Group of 12 Early Plastic Aqua, Oxblood, and White Beads with a Speckled Pattern
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. You will get 12 for $1.00 (that's around 8¢ each). Vintage hard plastic beads with a beautiful aqua, oxblood, and white speckled pattern that are 11-12mm in diameter. This is an early style of plastic that was made around 1950 or possibly earlier.

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



#BEADS0172 - Group of 4 Lavender 17mm Japanese Ceramic Powder Big Hole Beads
Click the picture to see larger more detailed image. You will get 4 for $1 (that's 25¢ each). Vintage lavender colored 17mm long big hole ceramic powder coated beads. These were in boxes marked "Made in Japan" and are from the late 1960s. 

Hippies were stringing big hole beads on rope back in the day and these had the earthy look that was popular. They are in unused condition, and are very 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. The hardcore hippies wanted glass or ceramic or earthenware, so that is what most of these items are. 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 was 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.
 

$1.00



#BEADS0172 - Group of 4 Speckled Tan 17mm Japanese Ceramic Powder Big Hole Beads
Click the picture to see larger more detailed image. You will get 4 for $1 (that's 25¢ each). Vintage speckled tan colored 17mm long big hole ceramic powder coated beads. These were in boxes marked "Made in Japan" and are from the late 1960s. 

Hippies were stringing big hole beads on rope back in the day and these had the earthy look that was popular. They are in unused condition, and are very 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. The hardcore hippies wanted glass or ceramic or earthenware, so that is what most of these items are. 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 was 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.
 

$1.00



#BEADS0428 - Group of 20 Bright Gold Colored Oblong Football Shaped Bead
You get 20 for $1.00 (that's 5¢ each). Small 5mm long bright gold colored oblong football shaped bead. Openings on each end are hard to see in the picture. I am not sure of the material they were made of. They are brightly colored with no tarnish at all and from the 1960s. These could be them as there is no tarnish at all. Excellent unused condition.  Found these on a big east coast trip.
 

$1.00

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