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

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#DC229 - The Larry Johnson Collection - Group of 65 Different Milk/Dairy Bottle Caps
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. You get 65 all different for $8.00 (that's about 12¢ each). Vintage milk caps of varying size and types. Most are from the 1920s-1960s, and all came from the collection of Larry. The ones in the picture are typical. Many are uncommon. Almost all sets are similar or the same as the one pictured. However, these are completely different from ones we have offered before. Condition is near perfect on most, but there will be a few that have a rust mark or imperfection. 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.
 

$8.00



#HH084 - Toy Puzzle Watch marked Macy's and picturing Santa
Vintage child's toy puzzle watch. 7" long including strap. They picture Santa and say Macy's on them. Got these from an old distributorship up in the northeast where they had been sitting since the 1960s. We bought them right and are giving you a great price on them. They have the little metal balls in them you try to roll in the hole.
 

$0.75



#HH206 - Large Diecut Mechanical Valentine with Dutch Girl - Original Envelope
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage large 7 1/2" tall diecut mechanical valentine that features a Dutch girl. The dutch girl's upper body swivel on a brass grommet. Nice condition. Classic period 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.
 

$1.50



#NE020 - Tobacco Cone Picturing Black Native
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 12" tall folded flat cones that were used to scoop tobacco. These are old unused stock that were found in Amsterdam, Holland. Circa 1940s. Pictures smoking black native. Excellent unused condition.
 

$1.50



#PC117 - Group of 2 Duckies Ice Cream Bags Featuring Huey, Dewey, and Louie (Donald Duck's Nephews)
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. You get 2 for $5 (that's $2.50 each). Vintage 6 5/8" tall Ice Cream bags. They picture Donald Duck's nephews Huey, Dewey, and Louie. Super colorful They say "Duckies" "There is something new under the sun". These are super rare Donald Duck collectibles. 1950s. 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.
 

$5.00



#SIGN118 - Rare Early Foresters of America Paper Flag on Pin  (Early Foresters Insurance Item)

Vintage 2" wide paper flag on metal pin for the Foresters of America. These are paper flags with the same colorful illustration on both sides that say "Foresters of America" "Liberty Unity, Benevolence and Concord". Vintage 2" wide paper flag on 2 1/2" long metal pin for the Foresters of America. This was a benevolent fraternal organization that existed under this name from 1890 till 1969. It evolved from ancient European groups and also offered insurance to members. Over the years, the fraternal part of the organization was lost and it because what is now the Foresters Insurance Company! The flags are paper with some aging, and the pins have a little light rust, but these are in amazing condition for their age. These are very rare.

 

$1.50



#SIGN175 - Banana Split Sign - As low as 50¢ each
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 10" wide diecut paper sign that was made for use in diners. It's a bright and colorful banana split in a glass dish. They are 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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#SIGN195 - Diecut Diner Lunch Sign with Cottage Cheese and Pineapple Platter - 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 9 1/2" wide diecut paper sign that was made for use in diners. It pictures a plate of lettuce and pineapple with cottage cheese and a cherry on top. 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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#SIGN202 - Large Diecut Diner Chocolate Soda with Straw Sign - 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 15" tall diecut paper sign that was made for use in diners. It pictures a large chocolate soda with a straw in it. 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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#SOZ029  - Dr Pepper Book Cover
Vintage 20" wide Dr. Pepper Book Cover. You will see these occasionally but they are almost always wrinkled or damaged. Not these! These are near perfect. They are marked "The Colad Company Inc. Buffalo, NY. Copyright since 1934". The logo and bottle pictured are from the 1950s and so they are from that time period in spite of the copyright date. They are quite large and would be wonderful framed. Stock from an old bottling plant.
 

$2.00



#SP077 - Iroquois Beer Menu Sheet - Indians
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 10 1/2" tall Iroquois Indian Head Beer and Ale menu sheet. Pictures Indians serving food with Iroquois beer. Says "...And to add Tand and Zest to any meal - a glass of Iroquois". Menu sheets were marked with the specials of the day and posted at restaurant tables back in the day. These are from around 1950 and in excellent unused condition. These are super nice.
 

$1.00



#TM104 - Full Oversize Unused Pack Front Cover Striker Detroit Metal Spinning Co. Match Pack
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image of the pack open and closed. The reverse is nearly identical to the front. Vintage unused large 3" wide pack of front cover striker Detroit Metal Spinning Co. matches with 40 matches. These are from around 1950, and are from Detroit, MI. Perfect unused condition other than very slight typical rust on the staples. 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.
 

$1.00



#TY063 - Very Large Tin Litho Circus Horn
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. These are fantastic. They are over 15" long and have a great tin litho image of circus performers. Marked "No. 1 Made in Japan". They have a plastic mouthpiece. The bottom has an image of a horse and carriage that says "World Circus" on it. These are vintage old stock that were found in a defunct factory in Japan. Excellent condition. Circa 1960.
 

$5.00



#TY096 - Toy Clicker Machine Gun
Vintage 1950's Toy Clicker Machine Gun. Hard plastic. 6 1/2" long. Several different colors. Old stock from a long gone vendor in New York city where they were very popular right after the Korean War.
 

$2.00



#TY384 - Header Bag with Two Hard Plastic Hand Painted Pigs
Vintage 4" tall colorfully illustrated header bag contains two hard plastic pigs. One is carrying a rabbit. The other has his hands out. All details are hand painted. Circa 1960. Every pig collector needs one of these!! They are unusual. These are old store stock in excellent condition. They came from a long closed store that specialized in toys, sewing items, and novelties.
 

$1.50



#TY615 - Group of 12 Smoking Dog Toys - Japan
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. You get 12 for $18 (that's $1.50 each). Vintage 4 1/2" wide package contains a paper mache dog with two cigarettes. Says "Smoking Dog and Two Fillers" "Insert filler - then light - and watch dog smoke by himself". Marked "Made in Japan" and circa 1950 or earlier. These are the old paper packages they used before plastic bags. Unsold old stock we found in the remote storage area of a store in Northern, Ohio. Excellent condition.
 

$18.00



#TY771 - Group of 4 Keychains with Old Telephone Pictured - Tabs Flip out to Write Your Phone Numbers
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. You get 4 for $2 (that's 50¢ each). Vintage well made hard plastic 2" diameter phone dial keychain with numbers. The center pictures an old time phone. There is a tab on the side you can flip out to show 10 cardboard sheets you could write phone numbers on. Classic 1960s with mod colors and numbers. We found these in remote storage in a store way up north.
 

$2.00



#ZZCE036 - Stock Certificate from the Erie Railroad Company
(Click the image to view the full certificate) Vintage 12" wide stock certificate from the Erie Railroad Company. The dates vary on these, but they are all 1955 or earlier. They have been used and have cancellation marks on them, but are in well preserved condition. These are nice.
 

$1.50



#ZZZ006  - Frisco Railway Letterhead
Vintage 7" tall notepad sheets with brightly colored Frisco Railway letterhead. The Frisco is a defunct U.S. railroad that operated in the Midwest and South Central U.S. from 1876 to 1980. These are an interesting story. This summer we took a vacation in Branson, MO and heard stories of a fellow who had gotten lots of stuff out of the old Frisco Railway depot when in closed around 1980. We never did find the fellow, but one of the local antique dealers had this stack of letterhead that he got from the fellow we never found. It was in an old string tied bundle that looked pretty beat up, but much to our amazement the sheets were like new when we got down below the first three or four. I'm not sure of the exact date as from what I've been able to look up there were many types of Frisco trains, but I'm guessing from the style of the one in the picture that they are probably from the 1950s.
 

$0.35



#BA045 - Sheriff's Posse Rodeo Pinback
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 1 5/84" diameter pinback from the Sheriff's Posse Rodeo in Dekalb County, GA. Unused old stock from the 1960s. Excellent condition.
 

$1.00



#BA143 - Rare Factory Sealed Limited Edition Card Set with Official Certificate - 1995 NFL Draft Day
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image of both sides. Vintage 3 5/8" tall sealed case with the "factory sealed" sticker on it.  Says "1995 NFL Draft Day Set April 22, 1995" on the front. Reverse shows a numbered Certificate of Limited Edition.  Each one has a different number of course, and it says there were only 19,995 made (As cards go, that is a very small number). These are super rare. We may have them substantially underpriced. We recently rescued these from an old toy distributorship. Excellent unused condition.
 

$5.00



#BC208 - Group of 3 Rare Cork Lined Squeeze Grape Soda Cap with Kids Sitting on a Bench Pictured
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. You get 3 for $3 (that's $1 each). Vintage cork lined Squeeze Grape Soda cork lined bottle cap. Circa 1950. Pictures two kids sitting on a bench. 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.
 

$3.00



#BEADS0148 - Amazing Huge Glass Swirl Floral Pattern Hand Made Bead
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage nearly 1" wide (average) handmade bead. These are large heavy glass beads that have swirls forming a floral pattern in white and red against the black glass. Because they were handmade (also known as lampwork beads), no two are alike. The sizes are plus or minus a bit and the designs are unique on each one. They are in unused condition, and are some of the most beautiful pieces you will ever see. As far as we can tell, there are no other examples of these to be found anywhere online, or anywhere period. They came into the store in 1967, but are old stock that appear to be fancy Venetian floral beads from the early 1900s.
 

$1.00



#BEADS0349 - Group of 4 Red Rose Design 18mm Japanese Ceramic Big Hole Beads
Click the picture to see larger more detailed image (two views pictured). You will get 4 for $1 (that's 25¢ each). Vintage red rose design (on two sides) 18mm long big hole ceramic 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

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