Vintage Winged Fairy Butterfly Tin Litho Noisemaker
Kirchoff of Newark NJ. One side features ladies dressed as butterflies and the other side shows jazz era party goers. Wooden handle, some dents and discoloration on end, noisemaker is 4 wide and handle is 2 1/2 long.
B & G 1975 New Year Bell Bing Grondahl First Edition
Inside marked in gold gilt: B&G Copenhagen Porcelain logo, Made in Denmark, 9676. Words circling inside bottom are: Saint Peters Church, Rome, Italy, Sankt Peterskirken, Rom, Italien. In gold gilt it says: Basilica Di San Peitro, 1975, ROMA. Other side has a gold gilt Domed Basilica in Gold gilt double cameo. Trimmed with 3 gold gilt rings. Lovely pattern of stylized flowers and Stars inside Circles. Incised: Ring Out the Old. Ring in the New. Ring Out Wild Bells. Clapper is wooden ball extended from a metal rod. Beautiful blue bell measures 5 inches tall X 4 inches diameter. Excellent condition. No box. A lovely Holiday Bell for display at New Year's time.
A large circular metal disc on a long handle and a clapper on each side of the disc. The round disc has a picture of a clown wearing a red hat, and yellow with white & red trimmed collar. His features are red, yellow & black on a white face. The background is yellow, with a red scalloped rim trimmed in white, on a blue background. The handle and disc are all one piece. The back of the noisemaker is a lighter blue color. The noisemaker is signed on the side of the handle, Kirchhhoff, Newark, N.J., Made in U.S.A., Life of the Party Products. The circular disc measures 4 ½ in. dia. And an overall length of 8½ in.
Metal domed shaped noisemaker with a metal gong and a yellow plastic handle. The noisemaker has a white background with bells in colors of red, blue, green and yellow, and lots of red ribbon, and a red bottom section. The noisemaker is in very good condition, only one tiny rust spot on the inside rim and the metal gong has some rust spots. The size of the metal dome is 3 5/8 in. dia.
A large circular rattle with a blue background, red rim, and a picture of a funny faced clown in the center. He is wearing a yellow collar and a yellow hat with red trim. His hair, cheeks and mouth are red, black facial features, all on a white face. The rattle is signed on the bottom rim, Kirchhof, Newark N.J., Made in U.S.A. The sides and back of the rattle are yellow, with a red painted wood handle. There are a few minor rust spots on the back of the rattle. The rattle measures 4 in. dia. And 6 in. long.
New Year's Eve Clacker Noisemaker. Man wearing a sombrero holding maracas and a lady enjoying his music. Metal with plastic handle, the noisemaker measures 4½ in. long. There is a partial price tag on the back of the noisemaker.
Metal tambourine with a Spanish dressed couple, dancing the night away. White background, with colors of red, blue, yellow & black. Musical notes, stars, balloons & ribbons floating around. Signed, U.S. Mfg. Co., Metal Toy, Made in U.S.A. The tambourine measures 6 1/8 in. dia. The metal has minor scratching and a bit of discoloration, but it works! Good for any party celebration.
Noisemaker for either Halloween or New Year's Eve. Oval shaped dome, with slit on top so you can hear the rattle. The domed top has a white background with blue, black, orange & red circles or balloons. The noisemaker has a red plastic handle, and measures approx. 3½ in. dia. by 3½ in. long.
Metal domed shaped noisemaker with a metal gong and a red painted wooden handle. The noisemaker has a blue background with 4 dancing girls, ribbon, and balloons. The noisemaker is in very good condition, only a tiny bit of rust on the metal gong. The size of the metal dome is 3 5/8 in. dia.
Metal domed shaped noisemaker with a metal gong and a red painted wooden handle. The noisemaker has a yellow background with faces of 3 people, musical scale with notes, and balloons. The noisemaker is in very good condition, only one tiny rust spot on the inside rim and the metal gong has some rust spots. The size of the metal dome is 3 5/8 in. dia.
2 cards: 1st is 4 1/4 long x 2 3/4 tall, coral clover and New Year Wish from scrapbook, 2nd 5 1/4 long x 3 3/4 tall, winter cottage scene, glitter, 1989, saying on back and drawing, small light spots on front.
Cover reads Best Wishes in gold and a lovely pansy wreath, embossed, green tasseled cord at spine, opens, insert printed in lavender words and pictures, reads A Happy New Year back of insert written on by sender. 4 3/4 long x 3 1/2 tall. Light mark on front right corner.
A dancing couple in the center and little pictures of the band playing at different times around the boarder and handle. 4 1/4 x 8 , clappers on each side of the paddle, very loud, no manufacturer's mark. Very good.
1950s Happy New Year's Eve Day Party Napkin Baby Clock
1950s Happy New Year's Eve Day Party Napkin Baby Clock. Nice old 1950s era paper Happy New Year Napkin. This thin ivory color textured paper napkin is decorated with bright graphics. The man is wears a black Tuxedo and Top Hat & is shaking a noice maker. The Red hair lady is dressed in Red - Yellow - and Black. The New Year's Baby wears a Red diaper and is holding a Happy New Year Banner. The Clock of Red - Black - and Yellow is striking 12:00 o'clock Midnight. A little yellowed. We have several. One has wrinkles on the back side. One has a tiny spot of brown - some nicks - and a 1/8 inch hole above the 3 in the clock. Great Mid 20th Century New Year Collectible. Price is for one. The nicest go first.
You tell me does this look as if the new year is stuck in a snow bank? In any case, a pheasant, pine tree and a small church in the background decorate this 'Many Wishes for a Happy New Year' postcard. The card is unused with a divided back and was made in USA. It is not dated, but appears to be from the early 1900s era. We see no defects here beyond slightly blunted corners.
Where'er you may be or what ever you do, May happiness follow you all the year through.' That's the message on this nicely decorated postcard with an old clock face surrounded by pretty lavender violets and with a long stem of holly nearby. Reverse is marked 'Series 341 F' but there is no indication of manufacturer. Card has message and address on reverse, but there is no stamp or postmark to date it. We imagine this is another from the early 1900s era. We see no defects here beyond slightly blunted corners.
Here's a pretty floral postcard featuring violets, lily-of-the-valley and ivy, spelling out 'A Happy New Year -- Best Wishes' across the front. The embossed card was printed in Germany. It is unused with a divided back. It is not dated, but appears to be from the early 1900s era. We see no defects here beyond a corner crease and slightly blunted corners.
A ring of pretty pink apple blossoms rings 'Jan. 1' with a bunch of pink rosebuds framing 'A Happy New Year' on this lovely vintage postcard. Card has penciled message and address on reverse, but there is no stamp or postmark to date it. We imagine this is another from the early 1900s era. We see no defects here beyond slightly blunted corners.
'Wishing you a Happy New Year' is the greeting on this great old postcard! It features a horseshoe and what appear to be Bachelor's Buttons flowers under the Happy New Year banner. The card is marked 'Good Luck New Year Series No. 1' on the back, which also has a message and address handwritten. There is no further manufacturer information. The one-cent stamp is postmarked 1910. Card has some minor edge/corner wear, but is still in Very Good condition.
Lavender roses surround a January 1 calendar page which also features a nice wintry rural scene on this heavily embossed 'Happy New Year' postcard. Most of the design is highlighted with gold. The card is unused, with a divided back. There is no manufacturer information, but the stamp box calls for one-cent domestic postage. It is in Very Good condition with only minor edge/corner wear.
This great old clock is showing 12:00 and 'Happy New Year' as a tiny uniformed messenger carrying a January 1 telegram swings from its pendulum. Roses and holly decorate the card, which is embossed. The 'LSC' (or 'SLC') logo and date 1911 are printed at bottom of front, with the number 'Series 218 C' on bottom of reverse. The back is divided and has a message, but has not been used postally. The card's condition is Very Good with only minor edge/corner wear. It's a cute one!