Black Memorabilia Mammy and Chef Shaker - Souvenir of New Orleans Louisiana. Single shaker is hard plastic and features a black Mammy and Chef. There are 2 buttons on top for dispensing the salt and pepper. Shaker measures 2 3/4 high and 3 wide. Vintage Hong Kong, in very nice, unused condition.
Black Americana Black Memorabilia Shooting Craps Dice Player Ashtray - Come Seven. Little black boy is down on his knees with his arm up as if he just threw the dice. Measures 2 3/4 tall, 2 3/4 wide, 3 deep, vintage Japan bisque china, black americana novelty in nice condition.
Walker's DeLuxe bourbon whiskey ad 1950 10 x 14 inches of a colored ad. Walker's deluxe Tom and Jerry recipe. For a single servign, bgeat white and yelk of 1 egg, separately. Blend, add 1 tsp powdered sugar , beat again. Pour in 1 jigger Walker's Deluxe.
Jacksonville Florida Black Americana Sterling Souvenir Spoon
Florida Fla Black Memorabilia Sunny South, Sterling Souvenir Spoon - Jacksonville Florida. Handle has a smiling black boy wearing a floppy hat. The bowl is embossed Jacksonville Fla. The bowl is dated and hard to make out, I think, '08. The spoon is in outstanding condition and measures 5 1/2 long. Back of spoon is marked Greenleaf and Crosby Sterling. Vintage Black Americana sterling Florida souvenir spoon in is great condition with outstanding detail.
Black Memorabilia Ornament - This cute little fellow has a knit hat, chenille head and felt eyes and nose. He is 4 1/2 high and is vintage and in very nice condition. Would look great on a christmas tree or sitting on a shelf.
Vintage Gold Dust assortment. c:1930's. This assortment includes the cleanser tin, washing powder box and a sign. The Gold Dust items feature two black twins. The antique Gold Dust tin was unopened, but I had to drill a hole in bottom to remove the contents as the p.o. will not permit mailing without a DNR permit. The front of tin is in good display condition; side & back paper is smudged. It is 4.75 tall x 3 wide. Next is the vintage Gold Dust box of washing soap, (contents removed). Last is a small Gold Dust sign, pic #6, (it has old state abbreviation on it, Todd Brothers Company, Waukesha, Wis., this item is likely from the 60's or earlier). Great cross-collectible items for the kitchen or laundry room! I just saw the laundry detergent box for sale elsewhere for $60 all by itself!
Black Memorabilia Birthday Card - Say! what's cookin? Sing a song of Birthdays, Yours is here again, And so these little blackbirds Sing with might and main- Closed the card measures 4 3/4 high and 4 1/4 wide. Card is marked on the back - MIA Cards Ref. 48. Vintage, 1940s card is unused and in nice condition.
Star glow skin lightener ad 1951 - 5 x 13 inches of a black and white ad. Lighter, brighter skin appearance may be yours with Star Glow skin lightener. Absolutely guaranteed. Star Glow, Chicago, Illinois
Noszema skin cream ad 1950 - 5 x 13 inches of a black and white ad. New Home facial. Look lovelier in 10 days with this Quick B eauty routine--or your money back. Like an agel of mercy to your skin, Noxzema skin cream
Walker's DeLuxe straight bourbon whisky -1953 - 10 x 14 inches of a colored ad. The hospitality decanter makes Walker's Deluxe an even more elgant gift. Grat picture - Hiram Walker & sons Inc., Peoria, Illinois
Black Americana Folk Art Homemade Salt Pepper Shakers
Black Americana salt and pepper shakers that were hand made with love for a boys parents. (maybe an adult male as the work is very very good.) A little over 4 tall she has a green glaze dress on much like most Black American cook shakers. He is wearing a green chef's apron ho0lding a spoon, inscribed in the soft clay it says Old Salt below popsil Peter is the Spice . She sports a pink scarf with polka dots and holding a spatula. On the apron it says (inscribed in the clay while soft) - and Mom adds the pepper. Inscribed on the base To Mom and Pop Johnny . I've collected for 20 years and not seen another handmade set. You will definitely have a one of a kind. Due to size of USPS Priority Shipping boxes SHI $10.95 Black memorabilia salt pepper shakers Black Americana
This fine vintage advertisement of a 1939 ad for Maytag Washer is in very good condition and measures approx. 4 3/4 x 11 1/2 and is suitable for framing. This vintage magazine ad depicts a woman with a maid.
South Africa tourist corporation ad - 1957 = What's ccoking. 6 x 10 inches of a colored ad. A completely different holiday recipe-glorious sunshine, scenery, amazing contrasts in adventurous South Africa
Magnavox radio phonograph ad 1944 6 x 10 inches colored ad. Picture is one of a series of incidents in the lives of immortal composers, painted for the Magnavox collection by Walter Richards. How America's best loved folk songs were inspired.
Black Americana or Black Memorabilia collectible shot glass. This 2 1/4 shot glass depicts a native family it says Here's Looking At You He's giving her a gift, yellow hearts are near his head.Two available. In perfect condition. No paint loss, no chips or dings.I have two (1 more also available) SHI$8 Black Americana Black Memorablia Black Americana barware shot glass Black Americana
Black American doll. These folk art dolls were hand made by loving mothers for their children, or the children they cared for. this one has lots of sought for features. Embroidered lips, nose & eyes, unusual in that she also has eyebrows. She also has fingers & ears, both rare to find. Her hair is a very tight wool. her limbs are attached. Made of brown cotton she wears a print dress. At her neck on the right the seam is slightly worn. Very clean. SHI$15 Black Americana doll dolls Black memorabilia american folk art
Black Memorabilia Postcard - Thanksgivings Greeting. Wonderful holiday postcard of a black lady plucking the Thanksgiving turkey. The postcard is marked; 1909, T.F.607, Design Copyright by MW Taggert, NY. Postcard is postally used with a 1910 postmark and 1 cent stamp. Vintage holiday card is in nice condition with minor wear and corner bumps.
Black Americana Postcard Loading Cotton In Galveston
Black Memorabilia Postcard - Caption reads: Scene of Loading Cotton. One of Galveston's Leading Industries. Postcard unused and marked Tichnor Quality Views, Made Only by Tichnor Bros., Boston, Mass, Galveston Wholesale New Co., Galveston, Texas. Vintage, unused and in very nice condition.
Black Memorabilia Postcard - Verse reads: There was big negress named Hanna, Who slipped on a piece of banana, With a slip and a slide, More stars she espied, Than are seen on the Star Spangled Banna. Postcard marked on the front; Design Copyrighted by E. B. and E. Postcard is postally used with a 1906 postmark and 1 cent stamp. Vintage postcard is in good condition with writing on the front and minor wear.
Black Americana Cloth Doll Hand Crochet Black Americana
Black Americana Cloth Doll Hand Crochet Dress. This Black Americana cloth doll is 17 inches tall, she's very different than I've found before. Her black cotton body is softly stuffed, painted features. Her bloomers are like a white linen napkin wound around her legs almost like mummy wraps. The underdress is a heavy linen with hand crochet overlay. Trimmed in blue hand work, the blue flowers hang below the crochet hem. She has beautiful handwork. The dress is tea colored. Vintage cloth rag doll Ships for $20 Black Americana
Black Memorabilia Valentine Card - I'm Acquiring A Polish; Dear Valentine Closed the card measures 4 1/4 high and 5 1/4 wide. Inside reads - Because I've Always Taken A Shine To You. Card is unmarked. Vintage 1940s card is unused and in nice condition with a few stains.
Kruegor Black American doll Doll is 14 tall in very good condition. A gift from my hubby 25 years ago so she's never been in a shop. But, we can't keep everything! It's time to downsize. The back of her head is soft, the face is a moded firmer fabric than the nylon covered back as it appears to have been painted. There are a few softer facial lines that show the lighter nylon fabric color Then the eyes Bonny Charlotte NC, her cotton dress has a label Krueger NYC with the K in a blue oval Krueger doll 20 years ago. I have yet to be able to locate a doll exactly like her. The only information I have received from a doll expert was that Kreuger dolls referenced in the Blue Book - Dolls and Values by Jan Foulke (Hobby House Press) is that American made cloth dolls with painted faces, made from 1880 - 1930 are mentioned but no sizes are given. Kreuger started business in 1917! Values could be between $1000-$2000+ We will consider offers. for Black American dolls. Ships for 99cents Black Americana doll
Black Memorabilia Boy eating watermelon. Bisque boy is sitting on a plaster base made to look like sand. He is eating a slice of watermelon and has 2 sea shells on each side and a large shell behind him. Likely a souvenir of Florida, with the paper label missing. Measures 2 high and base is 2 1/4 in diameter. Vintage black americana item in nice condition.
Featured for your enjoyment is a bit of Black history. This is a Nadinola box, it was a whitening cream used by Black Americans some time back. The box has a chipped corner. Stands 1 1/4 tall by 3 1/4 long and 2 wide. Part of American history to be preserved.
Black Americana at its best. Beautiful Black American girl doll. Just 9 1/2 tall. I am 96% sure she is Effanbee. 20 years ago I had one just like her she tho was in an original Effanbee box. This is a rare size and make for a Black American doll. Most Black American dolls of that era were rubber, plastic or soft, cloth stuffed, or firm body, attached legs & arms. She's dressed in Pink satin panties & crinolin under a pink poodle skirt so popular in the 50s. She looks as though her life was spent tucked away somewhere, she is spotless. The doll, more than a toy, a token of love from a mother to a child. SHI $15 Black memorabilia doll toys dolls Black American
Fun On The Run Black Americana Comic Postcard Folder
Post Card Folder - Having Fun on the Run. Postcard folder has 18 views. All are comic and 3 are black americana. Marked 191942 by Curt Teich and Co., Chicago, USA. Folder is unused and required a 1 1/2 cent stamp. Vintage and in very nice condition.
Black Americana 14 English Golliwog doll. In very godd condition. A true Golliwog, button eyes, felt nose & lips. The Golliwog's costume is always a suit with blue jacket, stripe pants and very short hair! Awesome condition! Ships for$10 Black Americana Black Memorabilia doll dolls
This Black Americana wooden clothing brush is in EXCELLENT condition No paint missing no dings. Approximately 7 inches in height. The colors are bright, blue painted hat, black face with white eyes and nose and red lips. She has a bow around her neck and her torso is blue with white painted collar and buttons. The skirt is the brush, The straw has green tips and 4 alternating rows of green sections. Completely intact and she does stand up. A great collectors item she has been in my collection for years. First made around 1910 but my guess on this one is circa 1930s or early 40's. Ships for $15 due to thickness.
1924 Cream Of Wheat Cereal With Boy Playing Patty Cake
This fine vintage advertisement of a 1924 ad for Cream of Wheat is in very good condition but is slightly yellowed and measures approx. 10 x 13 . This ad is suitable for framing. This magazine ad depicts the Cream of Wheat Man playing Patty Cake with a little boy and the caption says Some Like It Hot, Some Like It Cold .
1917 Cream Of Wheat Cereal W/boy Covering Girl's Eyes
This fine vintage advertisement of a 1917 ad for Cream Of Wheat is in very good condition but is slightly yellowed and has a center crease and measures approx. 10 x 14 . This ad is suitable for framing. This ad depicts the Cream of Wheat Man serving children cereal while a little boy covers a little girl's eyes.
1907 Cream Of Wheat Cereal With Cereal Man In Field
This fine vintage advertisement of a 1907 ad for Cream Of Wheat is in very good condition but is slightly dirty x 15 1/4 . This ad is suitable for framing. This magazine ad depicts the Cream of Wheat Man working in the fields and the caption says What Shall The Harvest Be? Cream Of Wheat .
This fine vintage advertisement of a 1924 ad for Cream Of Wheat is in good condition but is slightly yellowed and has staining along the top x 13 1/2 . This ad is suitable for framing. This magazine ad depicts the Cream Of Wheat Cereal Man serving a woman and a little baby.
Black Americana African Native Salt Pepper Shakers
Black Americana 3 African Native Salt Pepper Shakers. Nearly mint, well seem mint but I had to say perfect. Painted well, bright colors, no crazing, guaranteed old, we don't sell repros. No markings but likely Japan. Ships $10.20 Black Americana Black Memorabilia salt pepper shakers Black memorabilia
Black Americana porcelain liquor bottle in the figure of a foregn, perhaps a Jamaican drummer, the product was made in Italy. 4 1/2 tall, no paint loss, bright vivid colors. Paper label on top of hat is a gold seal with black print, almost looks like a utility pole, with FD below, more fancy scroll work. The paper label (sort of metallic looking) marked Cherry Drioli Prepared and Bottled by DRIOLI Product of Italy. Stamped on the base in red script. Exclusive Made In Italy. SHI$7.95 Excellent condition.
Black Americana fine porcelain tray in the shape of a seashell with 3 black musicians sitting on the rim. Stamped Made In Japan, also embossed Japan slot for a cigareette. I used it as a dresser tray. Excellent condition, no paint loss, no chips.SHI$10 porcelain Black Americana Black memorabilia
This fine vintage advertisement from 1907 is in very good condition and measures approx. 6 1/4 x 9 3/4. This ad is suitable for framing. This ad depicts the Cream Of Wheat Man with his head inside the middle of a clock.
This fine vintage 2 page advertisement for a 1968 ad for Duke Natural Easy Comb x 13 1/4 and is suitable for framing. This vintage magazine ad for Duke Natural depicts a variety of Duke Men such as the Duke Reporter, Duke Globetrotter, Duke Junior Afro, Duke Director, Duke Sportsman, Duke Maestro, Duke Swahilian, Duke Playboy, Duke Professional, Duke Collegiate, Duke Executive & Duke Diplomat.
Vintage Ad: 1942 Philip Morris Cigarettes With Bellboy
This fine vintage advertisement for a 1942 ad for Philip Morris is in very good condition but has a slight crease in the upper right corner and is slightly yellowed and measures approx. 5 1/4 x 13 1/2 . This ad is suitable for framing. This ad depicts the Philip Morris Bellboy handing a woman a box of cigarettes.
This fine vintage advertisement from 1918 is in fair to good condition and measures approx. 9 1/2 x 14. This ad is suitable for framing. This ad depicts the Cream Of Wheat man and the caption says The Best Dish In The Cook Book.
This fine vintage advertisement for a 1918 ad for Gold Dust is in very good condition but is yellowed and measures approx. 5 x 13 3/4 . This magazine advertisement is suitable for framing. This magazine ad for Gold Dust depicts two little black children cleaning.
This fine vintage advertisement from 1916 is in good condition and measures approx. 9 1/2 x 14. This ad is suitable for framing. This ad depicts a little boy showing a man a paper with the Cream of Wheat Man.
This fine vintage advertisement for a 1917 ad for Cream Of Wheat is in good condition. This magazine ad measures approx. 9 1/2 x 13 1/2 and is suitable for framing. This ad depicts the Cream of Wheat Man serving two children bowls of cereal.
Black American ragdolls are a wonderful example of American folk art. Generally made by mothers for their daughters, occassionally for friends or the children they cared for, she might actually have a different maker! 12 1/2 atll, crafted from soft black cotton with a slight sheen, that has a tendency to thin from use, rubbing or sewing. There's a 1/4 area at the back of her head likely from a little girl playing with her favorite dollie. The dolls clothing was always made from saved scraps, this doll's dress of red cotton & white polka dots was a popular late 40's fabric, her skirt is lined with remmnants from a slip, her collar likely from nightclothes. Not matching at all, her dress was closed in the back by fancy green buttons with gold sparkles! This mother was not quite as artistic as some with her facial embroidery possibly raising the question, was she made by someone's mother or actually made by a child? Her hair is black yarn pigtails. Whoever she was, she did a good job making her legs & arms separately & joining them to the torso by yarn.SHI$15
Black American cloth doll from the 40's or early 50s. This fine example of folk art at its finest has many characteristics sought for by the collectors of Black American rag dolls. 13 1/2 tall made from a soft cotton with a slight sheen, this type of fabric had one problem, it was fragile, but so much nicer than old socks . There's slight thinning of the fabric above kissed a lot too . Rosebud lips are rare, containing many small stitches which created the thinning, very slight, uniqueness of rosebud lips is worth it! Her body has great structure, composed of several pieces of cloth sewn together, this gives a better form, but here preppy plaid with yellow rickrach, her bloomers are unique in they include an attached top. SHI $15 The maker of this dolls did something different than most, by embroidering around her ankles.
Memphis Tenn. Black Americana Souvenir Post Card Folder
Souvenir Postcard Folder - Greetings From Memphis Tenn. Front of postcard folder has a black man rolling cotton bales. Inside the folder has 18 postcards that picture buildings and scenes from Memphis and the surrounding area. Vintage 1940s postcard folder is postally used with a 3 cent WW II Victory stamp and neat address. Postcard folder is in very nice condition with minor wear to the outside folder.
Dixeland Black Americana Souvenir Post Card Folder
Post Card Folder - Greetings from Dixieland. Postcard folder front has a young black man sleeping in a basket of cotton. Inside the folder has 18 postcards that picture workers in tobacco fields, cotton fields, sugar cane fields, fishing, and scenes from the south. Folder was produces by Curt Teich and Co., Chicago, Ill and is copyright 1937. Postcard folder is postally used, addressed with a 1942 postmark and 1 1/2 cent stamp. The folder has minor wear on the outside, inside in nice condition.
Barclay Toy Soldier - Red Cap Black Porter, #613, B159. The black porter is wearing a red cap, blue suit and carrying bags. He stands 3 tall, has a green base and was manufactured by Barclay Manufacturing Co. Vintage pre-war red cap porter is in very nice condition with minor paint loss. Wonderful piece of Black Americana.
Black Americana Fat's Waller Music Album 4 Records
Black Memorabilia, famous Fats Waller album Fat's Waller Favorites . Bound Set p151: RCA Victor. Cover in fair condition with wear on edges. Records include: I Can't Give You Anything But Love Baby, The Joints Jumpin, Honeysuckle Rose, ¥our Feets Too Big, Ain't Misbehaving, Hold Tight, Viper's Drag, Handful of Keys.Two records show minimal use, two barely none. The paper covers are mint. black americana music record records
This fine vintage advertisement from 1921 is in fair to good condition. This ad measures approx. 10 1/2 x 13 1/2 and is suitable for framing. This ad depicts Uncle Sam looking at a Cream Of Wheat Man on a sign.
This fine vintage advertisement for a 1914 ad for Cream Of Wheat Cereal is in fair to good condition. This vintage Cereal ad measures approx. 9 3/4 x 14. This Magazine Advertisement is suitable for framing. This Cream Of Wheat Cereal Magazine ad depicts the Cream Of Wheat Man watching a child look at an empty bowl.
This fine vintage advertisement for a 1914 ad for Cream Of Wheat Cereal is in fair to good condition. This vintage magazine ad measures approx. 10 x 14. This vintage advertisement is suitable for framing. This vintage Cereal Magazine ad depicts a man pointing at cereal on the shelf and the caption below him says No, Sah! Ah Don't Want No 'Stubstute. Ah Want Cream O' Wheat.
This fine vintage advertisement from 1901 is in fair to good condition and measures approx. 2 1/2 x 2 1/2. This ad is suitable for framing. This ad depicts Knox's Gelatine Is Transparent Which Proves Its Purity.
Black Americana Souvenir Postcard - The Round Up at the World's Largest Alligator Ostrich Farm, St. Augustine, Florida. Card produced and marked Technor Bros., Boston, Mass. Postcard is unused and required a 1 cent stamp. Vintage Florida souvenir postcard is in very nice condition.
Black Americana Souvenir Postcard - Hold that Gator, St. Augustine Fla. Card produced and marked Genuine Curteich, Chicago, C.T. Art-Colortone. Postcard is unused and required a 1 cent stamp. Vintage Florida souvenir postcard is in very nice condition.
Strictly From Dixie Victor Musical Black Americana Cover
Black Americana Black Memorabilia Victor Musical Record Holder - Strictly From DIXIE. A RCA Victor Musical Smart Set. Record album cover front has a a black boy eating watermelon. The holder held 4 record albums. The albums are not present. The pockets that held the albums are present and in very nice condition. Songs that were on the albums are, Strictly From Dixie, Shine, Somebody Loves Me, Way Down Yonder in New Orleans, Someone To Watch Over Me, Embraceable You, Mound Bayou, and Georgia On My Mind. Great cover if you have the albums, or to display with your other Black Americana. Album holder is in nice condition with wear to the edge. Wonderful graphics on cover.
Negro Spirituals And Folk Songs 1939 Music Songbook
Black Americana Black Memorabilia Song Book - Negro Spirituals and Folk Songs. Arranged For Men's Voices By Frederick Hall. Produced by The Rodeheaver Hall-Mack Co, Winona Lake, Indiana, Printed in USA. Paperback book is in black dialect and measures 10 1/8 high and 7 wide. There are 58 pages of music and words and include Bye an' Bye, Climbin' up de Mountain, Dry Bones, Old Black Joe and Mam's Li'l Boy Song book is Copyright 1939, has beautiful spiritual songs and is in nice condition with wear to the front cover.
Black Americana Boy and Girl Rag dolls, folk art at its finest. These Black American dolls are approximately 17 1/2 tall. Black Americana rag dolls were made by mothers for their children or by caretakers for tots they cared for. Fine example of folk art Black American dolls, extremely well made. They have features sought by collectors of black American dolls: great embroidered facial features, thumbs, and embroidery was used to creat toes. Cute clothes: her dress has an organza apron Black Collectibles Sold In America . See their cousins #580. Black Americana Black Memorabiia Dolls doll Black American memorabilia
Black Americana ragdoll, dressed as a boy, these are much harder to find than girls. This 18 3/4 tall boy also has a brother if still available. Late 40s early 50s creation by a loving mother. Embroidered features, note his blue eyes (Note: blue eyes are rare on a Black Americana doll) turned to the side, and mouth in an oh we're caught in mischief look, typical boy! His body is of satiny smooth fabric, his shirt a mauve polka dot with striped tie and green 3 button jacket, he even has pockets, stripe trousers of corduroy. He has defined heels & thumbs. Threads at the back of the neck are very very slightly open from overstuffing, but is not progressing, repeat is very minimal, and a small area where the left arm is attached, all limbs are attached. There are a few stains on the back of the jacket & lower left leg back. Black Americana doll dolls ragdolls Black Mem
Black Americana ragdoll, dressed as a boy, these are much harder to find than girls. This 19 boy also has a brother if still available. Late 40s early 50s creation by a loving mother. Embroidered features, note his eyes turned to the side, and mouth in an oh oh look, typical boy! His body is of satiny smooth fabric, his shirt a mauve polka dot with striped tie and green 3 button jacket, he even has pockets, stripe trousers of wool. He has defined heels & thumbs. Threads at the back of the neck are very very slightly open from overstuffing, but does not appear to be progressing, repeat is very minimal, and a small area where the left arm is attached, all limbs are attached. There's a small area of thread missing on the back of the jacket, a brown stain on the back of his left leg. SHI $15 Black Americana doll dolls ragdolls Black Memorabilia
Black Americana ragdoll. This Black Memorabila collector doll is 12 tall, weighs 1lb. Dolls limbs attached with buttons. Embroidered features with three different embroidery cottons used. Her mouth is a rosebud shape. She has fingers a sought after characteristic. She has a lot of hair, black wool. The doll is most likely late 50s early 60s. Her dress is later. Made with love a beautiful face on this Black Americana doll. black memorabilia black american doll dolls ragdolls black americana
Black American Folk Art Ragdolls, the finest examples of folk art I think are handmade dolls. Most Black American dolls were made by Black American women for their children or for the children they cared for. SHI $12 Collectors of Black Americana look for creative touches that make each doll different, each doll a unique creation. This pair have those wonderful hand embroidered features, attached limbs, colorful vintage fabrics, thumbs, and faces made of more than one piece. The Black American woman has one loose red string on her lips, a 1 1/4 open seam right upper arm that's an easy restitch, 1 loose curl, and 1 missing button on her skirt. He has 3 loose curls, small tear in his shirt in the back under his pants. The Black American girl was probably carried by her right arm. Wonderful pair of 13 Black American ragdolls are also unique in the fact they are an older couple, not the more usual girl and boy. Black memorabilia Black American Black Americana doll dolls rag dolls
Black American Folk Art at its finest in examples of handmade ragdolls. This 16 1/2 Black American doll was likely made by a Black American female for her child, or the children she cared for. From the 40s or early 50s Quality embroidered features, unique style of eyes, that's what I love about these folk art dolls, each carries the makers individual style, possibly dreams. Gorgeous hair, very different, very silky to the touch Her body is made from a silky smooth fabric. Black memorabilia Black American folk art rag doll