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

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#CS238 - Rising Sun Tavern Coffee Bag
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 9 3/4" tall Rising Sun Tavern Coffee bags from the Janney Coffee Co. in Fredericksburg, VA. These are unused old stock from around the 1940s in excellent condition. Very colorful and nice.
 

$1.00



#DA049 - Old Dairy Straw Picturing Milk Bottles and Slogan on the Wrapper
Vintage circa 1950s 7" wide dairy straw that pictures three milk bottles with straws on the wrappers and says "Refresh with milk" "At least three times a day!". These were found at the Sanitary Dairy in northern Ohio and are in excellent unused condition.
 

$0.25



#NE032 - Large Martin's Southern Style Frying Chicken Box Wrapper
Vintage 16" tall 1950s paper chicken box wrapper. The picture above shows the part that went on the front of the box. Click the picture to see the entire wrapper. Says "Martin's Southern Style Cut-Up Frying Chicken Poultry Enterprises Gainesville, GA". Has cooking directions listed, and pictures Martin with a bow tie and chef hat. Excellent unused condition.
 

$2.00



#PC118 - Group of 3 Mister Softee Cart Wheel Ice Cream Sandwich Bags
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. You get 3 for $4.50 (that's $1.50 each). Vintage 6 1/4" tall unused Mr. Softee Cart Wheel Ice Cream Sandwich Bag. Nice old Mister Softee Ice Cream Mascot which is a smiling Cone head with a bow tie. Marked "Mr. Softee Runnemede, N.J." This version was used from about 1958 into the early 60s. These came from a local individual who ran a Mister Softee business for many years. These are very hard to come by. Excellent unused condition.
 

$4.50



#PL086 - Building a Bridge to the 21st Century Inaugural Pinback
Vintage 3" wide uncommon Bill Clinton Inaugural pinback from 1997. Marked Official Presidential Inaugural Collectibles. Says Building a Bridge to the 21st century.
 

$1.00



#ZZZ004 - 1960s Pepsi Payroll Check
Neat vintage 6 1/2" wide Pepsi payroll checks found in the old Pepsi bottling plant in Selma, NC. Has a picture of a bottle cap with the single dot logo. Nice condition. Dated in the 1960s.
 

$0.75



#ZZZ036 - Frictionite Razor Hone Flyer
Vintage 6 1/4" tall two sided paper flyer telling about the new De Luxe and Frictionite Razor hones brought to you by the makers of Smooth-O. Tells about how to fill a leather razor strop and all sort of other info. Unused old stock in nice condition.
 

$0.25



#BEADS0584 - Well Made Metal Scottie Dog Pin with Bead Eyes and a Rhinestone Ear
Vintage 1 1/2" tall very detailed thick metal Scottie Dog pin.  Heavy duty pin on the back too. These are made of thick metal. They have red beads for eyes and a bunch of rhinestones under their one ear. These are in perfect unused condition. They came from the estate of friend and famous dealer Bob Secrist.
 

$2.50



#CA130 - Fuzzy Google Eyed Sohio Advertising Giveaway
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 1 1/2" long advertising giveaway with a ribbon that says "Serving the Sohio Farmer Since 1914". They have peel and stick feet, google eyes, and are wearing a baseball cap.  Sohio giveaway from the 1960s. Not very common. You almost never see them with the stickum feet attached. These are in excellent unused condition.
 

$1.50



#CH232 - Cisco Kid (Duncan Reynaldo) Western Postcard
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 5 1/2" tall postcard of the Cisco Kid (Duncan Renaldo/Reynaldo) in a western movie. The Cisco Kid was one of the very first Western TV series and one of the most popular. It won an Emmy back in the day. It started in 1949 and ran until 1956, and so these are from that time period. These came from a collector who hoarded them a long time ago. They are marked "Western Art Post Card Co.". There is a spot on the reverse for a stamp. These are very uncommon and we are very pleased to have found them for you.
 

$1.50



#CS414 - Large Janney's Pure Candy Box - Very Old
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage unfilled cardboard box. It is 8" tall when folded together like in the picture. These are fantastic display pieces. They have a very impactful look. One side says "Guaranteed by Janney-Marshall Co. under Food and Drugs Act June 30th 1906". The reverse tells about the different flavors of candy in the box. They are from around 1910, and are in excellent condition for their age. The cardboard show some typical paper at the edges. It kind of adds to the look. We acquired these from the estate of Zane Shaffer who was one of the largest country store dealers on the East Coast. Shipped folded flat.
 

$4.00



#DA094 - Coburg Dairy Milk Carton with Baby and Deco Design
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 7 1/2" tall (when folded together) cardboard milk carton from the Coburg Dairy in Charleston, South Carolina and marked as such. Baby holding up a bottle pictured. Deco design. Circa 1950 (shipped folded flat as in the picture). Old factory stock in excellent condition. This was a local find at the Dairy for a friend of mine who lives in the area. This is an uncommon one. Excellent unused condition.
 

$1.50



#MS232 Early Unused Coney Island Ticket for the World in Wax Musee Attraction
Vintage 2 1/8" wide ticket for the Coney Island (New York) World in Wax Musee. These are the oldest version I have seen. The attraction opened in the 1920s and tickets were 20¢ in the 1940s, so they likely go back to at least the 1930s. These came from a fellow that had a store that sold souvenirs along the Coney Island boardwalk. He was a collector and ran into this kind of stuff because he was right there on the boardwalk. They are in excellent unused condition. This is a rare item.
 

$1.00



#MS310 - Group of 2 Packages of WWII Era Polaroid Goggle Aviation Lenses in Original Packages
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. You get 2 full packages for $5.00 (that's $2.50 each). Vintage 8" wide envelope contains WWII era polarizing goggle lenses for aviators. Pack gives detailed instructions and is illustrated on the reverse. Master cases are marked M1944 dating them to 1944. Excellent unused condition.
 

$5.00



#PL208 - 48 Star American Flag Keychain
Vintage keychain with 1 3/4" 48 star American flag embossed on metallized paper and encased in plastic. It slides out and has a place to put your identification info on the back. These are in nice unused condition and are old stock that we recently found at an old distributorship in Boston. They are from the 1950s.
 

$1.00



#SIGN197 - Large Risque Pasco Magic Water Softener and Cleaner Paper Sign
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 22" wide paper sign advertising Pasco Magic Water Softener and Cleaner. Says "Hear about it on WEOA-WGBF" which is a defunct radio station that was in Evansville, Indiana. Sign has a picture of a lady getting out of the bathtub just wearing a towel, and a can of the product. These are from around 1950. Unused old factory stock in excellent unused condition.
 

$5.00



#SP058 - Beautiful Old Reading Pilsner Beer Full Pack of Front Cover Striker Matches
Vintage standard size pack of front cover striker matches. Fantastic graphic. These go back to around the 1930s and feature a double image of Gus who was the Reading Beer mascot.  These are rare indeed. Very few have ever been found. One side says "Old Reading PIlsner Beer Brewed and Bottled by The Old Reading Brewery, Inc. Reading, Penna." The other side says "Keep Smiling Nick Bereschak" who was a beer distributor in Pennsylvania. Unused old stock.
 

$2.00



#ZZZ172  - Group of 3 Receipts from Kenny's Harley-Davidson Motorcycle Co. - Pictures Harley Panhead and Knucklehead Motorcycle
Click the picture to see the entire receipt in detail. You get 3 for $6 (that's $2 each). Vintage 8 1/2" tall used receipts from Kenny's Harley-Davidson Motorcycle Co. that was in Kansas City, Missouri. They are dated in the early 1950s, and have a great image of Harley Panhead and Knucklehead Motorcycles, not to mention the old Harley logo top and center. These are nice and really uncommon. Like most receipts, these may have punch holes or staple holes. Overall nice condition. Harley-Davidson is very popular right now
 

$6.00



#BEADS0026 - 18mm Tall Glass Cameo Picturing Pears
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 18mm tall glass cameo picturing pears on a branch. Classic 1950s image. Boxes were marked made in Japan. Never used.
 

$0.50



#BEADS0150 - Group of 3 Different Colored Large Rare American Glass Beads/Curtain Pulls from the Civil War Era
(You get 3 for $3 - That's $1 each). Early large heavy wound glass American hand made beads. The sizes are very variable ranging from about an inch to over and inch and a quarter. They are glass that was worked on an iron rod. These have the iron residue up the entire opening which was caused by rods used from about 1840 to 1870. The three different will be green, amber, and cobalt (out of light blue). These handmade glass objects were sold as beads and as curtain pulls, and sold by the peck. They are one of the very earliest forms of American lampwork bead. They light up brilliantly with a lot of light behind them. Here's the crazy story of how we found them. We were out looking for hippie beads at a store in California when we found these packed away with a bunch of old hippie stuff. They told us that grandpa had bought them from a store that exclusively sold vintage American glass that went out of business. He bought them because of the large holes and colors, thinking the hippies would like them! It turns out they are real deal mid 1800s blown glass. This is one of the best find we have ever had.
 

$3.00



#BEADS0240 - Fancy Green Base 9mm Diameter Japanese Millefiori Cabochon
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage fancy Millefiori Flower Cabochon. These have very fancy flower patterns. They are 9mm across. The word "Millefiori" is Italian and means 1000 flowers. To make these flower patterns on the cabachons is labor intensive and requires hand cutting a hot cane of glass that has been patterned. These are unsold old stock from a warehouse on the West Coast. They are made in Japan and were imported in the late 1960s during the flower power hippie craze. They are in excellent unused condition.
 

$0.20



#BEADS0553 - 16mm Two Sided Glass Cat Bead  - Halloween Spooky - As Low as 25¢
Vintage 16mm tall, two sided (same dimensional cat on both sided), glass Czech bead that is a detailed black and white spooky looking cat. The bead hole runs diagonally as shown in the picture.  These are old unsold store stock that we picked up on the east coast. They are in perfect condition and the old version from around the 1920/30s. This old version is very uncommon.
 

$0.35

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#CC075 - Coca Cola Snowflake Design Free Sample Cup
Both sides pictured. Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 1960s waxed Coke sample cup. They are marked "Free Sample" right up the side. They have the Enjoy logo on one side and the Things Go Better on the other. This is a very uncommon variety. I don't think many collectors will have it. 2 1/2" tall. Unused stock from an old Coke plant.
 

$1.50



#CH391 -  Group of Three Different Sugar Crisp Sugar Bear Pill Puzzle Yo Yo Premium Giveaways
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image of both sides. You get three different colors (red, blue, and yellow) for $4.50 (that's $1.50 each). Sealed 5" tall package contains a pill puzzle picturing Sugar Bear that inserts into a yo-yo that you assemble. These were given away as a premium in Sugar Crisp cereal boxes. This is the older 1970s version. Colors vary. If you order 3, you will get three different colors. These are old factory stock that was never used and ended up in a warehouse in northern Ohio where we uncovered them. Excellent unused condition.
 

$4.50

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