A brass Mickey Mouse buckle. 2.5 in. diameter. Unmarked. Use with a 1.75 in. wide belt. Needs a polish and a bit more of a cleanup. Not sure of age. It has been in storage for many years. Purchased from an estate.
This Vintage 1981 Coda Magazine (Issue No 181) is complete, in very good condition and measures approx. 8 1/4 x 10 1/2. The front cover features Charles Mingus, Roy Haynes, Thelonious Monk & Charles Parker.
This Vintage 1991 Original Chicago Blues Annual (Vol 3) is complete, in good condition and measures approx. 8 1/2 x 11. The front cover features Bonnie Lee, Valerie Wellington, Destiny, Chicago Beau (L. McGraw-Beauchamp), Shirley Johnson, Barbara LeShoure, Katherine Davis & Deitra Farr.
Living Blues Magazine Winter 1984 Kelton & Mccracklin
This Vintage Winter 1984 Living Blues magazine (Issue No 62) is complete, in very good condition and measures approx. 8 1/2 x 11. The front cover features The Blues Blasters in the Late 1940's: Bob Kelton, Little Red & Jimmy McCracklin.
Blues Revue Quarterly Magazine Fall 1992 Phil Wiggins
This Vintage Fall 1992 Blues Revue Quarterly magazine ( Issue No 6) is complete, in very good condition and measures approx. 8 1/2 x 11. The front cover features The Other Half Of The Best Acoustic Duo: Harmonica Phil Wiggins.
This vintage metal lunch box measures 7.5 in. x 6 in. 2.75 in. deep when closed. Marked United Feature Syndicate, 1st. series. Plastic handle. No thermos. I believe from the 1970's. Minor rust and wear spots and a hinge that is slightly bent but still closes as it should. Please view images carefully.
Esther Williams For Woodbury Powder 1946 Vintage Ad
Esther Williams for Woodbury Powder 1946 vintage ad. For Woodbury Brunette Powder and also mentions her MGM musical Easty To Wed. Gorgeous colors in this ad! Approx 10.5 x 13.5 taken from Ladies Home Journal August 1946.
Lucy & Desi 1950s Ad Promoting Philip Morris Cigarettes
Original vintage ad with Lucille Ball and Desi Arnax, prompting you to smoke for pleasure today, no cigarette hangover tomorrow! Also a small text block promoting America's most popupular TV Show - I Love Lucy. This is approx. 10.5 x 13 and most likely out of a Life Magazine in the early 50s. Very good condition.
This is an original ad from a magazine (most likely Saturday Evening Post but I'm not sure) dated 1936. It's approximately 11 x 14 inches and in full color, in excellent condition. Note the reference to the Dionne Quins - I don't know if this is a typo or if it's a correct shortcut for Quints. Please look at the second image. There's a beautiful Coke ad as well...so you are getting two for the price of one! No creases anywhere.
Nice article on the artist Georgia O'Keeffe who was located in the Southwest (New Mexico). It features an interview on her house and paintings. Shipping is $2.50 First Class Mail and is shipped rolled on a tube.
Golden Jubilee 2002, 2 piece, top of the lid has the Royal Crest and 2002, along with DIEU ET MON DROIT . The bowl portion has HER MAJESTY QUEEN ELIZABETH II - TO CELEBRATE THE GOLDEN JUBILEE written along the rim. On the bottom is a gilt crown and The Royal Collection - English Fine Bone China - Golden 2002 Jubilee. The inside of the Trinket Box has GOD SAVE THE QUEEN .lots of gilt trim, 3 1/8 x 1 7/8 high, has original card, very good.
'n Sync Boy Band Bobble Head Dolls Justin Timberlake New
HERE IS A COOL COLLECTIBLE FOR MUSIC FANS: THE 2001 BOBBLE HEAD COLLECTION OF THE BOY BAND 'N SYNC. FEATURES JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE, JOEY FATONE JR, JC CHASEZ, LANCE BASS, AND CHRIS KIRKPATRICK NEW AND IN THEIR ORGINAL BOXES. POP MUSIC COLLECTIBLE. BUY THIS FULL SET NOW AND STORE IT AWAY FOR THE FUTURE. 'N SYNC WAS AN AMERICAN BOY BAND LAUNCHED IN 1995. THEY HAVE BEEN DISBANDED SINCE 2002. THE BOYS ARE IN BOBBLE HEAD FORM. MADE OF RESIN THEY ARE ABOUT 7 1/2 INCHES TALL X 3 INCHES WIDE AT THE BASE. EACH MEMBER STANDS ON A SMALL PLATFORM MARKED WITH HIS NAME. THIS POP MUSIC BOBBLE HEAD SET IS VERY COLLECTIBLE. EACH ONE IS MINT IN THE BOX. THE SET WAS MADE IN 2001 EXCLUSIVELY FOR BEST BUY TO BENEFIT THE CHILDREN'S FOUNDATION. THE SET WEIGHS ALMOST 10 LBS. AND WILL BE SENT BY THE CHEAPEST METHOD TO SAVE YOU ON SHIPPING. OTHER SELLERS HAVE THIS SET FOR A HIGHER PRICE. BUY NOW AND SAVE.
A commemorative plate of the Chas. Lindbergh House in Little Falls Minnesota. Measures 10.5 in. diameter. In very good, displayable condition. Backstamped Wilton. Made of aluminum. I thik this may have been produced in the early 1960's.
A cobalt blue pitcher that is 4.25 in. tall. 3 in. diameter at the top. I think this may be a reproduction from the '70's-'80's as it has been in storage since the 1980's. No damage. Nice display piece.
A Shirley Temple childs pitcher with a Shirley Temple fired on decal. Stands 3.75 in. tall and is 2.5 in. diameter. In an unusual teal color in the Little Joe mold. No damage. Produced by the Summit Art Glass Co. in the '90's era before the company closed.
A 5 pc. childs toy berry set with a Shirley Temple fired on decal. The larger berry bowl measures 4. in. diam. and is 1.5 in. tall. The 4 small toy dishes are 2.25 in. diameter and about .75 in. deep. In a glossy black color in the lacy daisy pattern. No damage. Produced by the Summit Art Glass Co. in the '90's era before the company closed.
A 5 pc. childs toy berry set with a Shirley Temple fired on decal. The larger berry bowl measures 4 in. diam. and is 1.5 in. tall. The 4 small toy dishes are 2.25 in. diameter and about .75 in. deep. In an unusual teal color in the lacy daisy pattern. No damage. Produced by the Summit Art Glass Co. in the '90's era before the company closed.
A 5 pc. childs toy berry set with a Shirley Temple fired on decal. The larger berry bowl measures 4.25 in. diam. and is 1.5 in. tall. The 4 small toy dishes are 2.25 in. diameter and about .75 in. deep. In an unusual teal color in the caprice pattern. No damage. Produced by the Summit Art Glass Co. in the '90's era before the company closed.
Willie Nelson, Johnny Bush, Grandpa Jones Autographs
This lot of three items is truly from back in the day when country music was called hillbilly music! I have no doubt as to the authenticity of these items. They belonged to my Grandmother who would have been in her 60s during this time period. She was a hillbilly music fanatic for as long as I remember. I have other memorabilia she collected from her trips to the Grand Ole Opry, several of her original albums from these artists, as well as a very large scrapbook she made filled with articles, pictures and personal comments about her hillbillies . Her favorite was Jim Reeves! Oh, and Elvis! Did she love him! Although she didn't much care for the Beatles when they came out, she knew her then teen granddaughter (me!) was in love with them all, and gave me my first Beatles collectible. The first item is a one sheet program that lists the date and time of the show and all the performers. It's dated Sunday, April 28, 1968; Detroit Cobo Arena 2:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. Some of the stars pictured are Hank Williams, Jr. and Willie Nelson. These images are blue on an off white paper. The list of performers, in Order of Appearance are: Hugh X. Lewis Jeannie Seeley Grandpa Jones Hank Williams Jr. Drifting Cowboys -intermission- Willie Nelson Henson Cargill The Bill Anderson Show Jimmy Gately Don Bowman Jan Howard Bill Anderson. On the back are four autographs, which I believe are: Johnny Bush (although he wasn't listed as a performer - maybe he filled in for someone else. I did look him up and he was a country music performer during this time period) so I'm not entirely certain about this one even though it's pretty clear Grandpa Jones Jimmy Gately Willie Nelson (who was a short-haired, clean cut younger man back then) The signatures are all in different pens and colors. The second item is a Country Music Souvenir Photo Album from the same show. Sunday 2 P.M. Show Cobo Hall - April 28, 1968 is handwritten on the front. This souvenir booklet is in great shape with the exception of one small square graphic removed from the next to last page (seen in photo 6). It includes pictures and brief paragraphs about some of the old greats: Chet Atkins, Johnny Paycheck, Dolly Parton, Glen Campbell ( The seventh son of a seventh son...), Tammy Wynette ( One of the newest stars... ), Jimmy Dean, the Carter Family (including June), Loretta Lynn and Willie Nelson to name just a few. Also included are some group shots on stage. The third item is a Souvenir Program Country with Sunday April 23 - 1967 hand written at the top of the cover. This is similar as the first only many of the pictures are larger with longer paragraphs on most, and several pages of pictures with just the performers' pictures with their names below. There are a number of song titles with either a check by them in ink, or underlined. Next to Dottie West's picture, there is a handwritten note: She sang duets with Jim Reeves 1963 . These will be shipped in a large envelope with cardboard backing to ensure against damage. The autographed page is in a protective plastic sleeve. It will be sent USPS Priority mail, and I will insure the package for the selling price.
A plate commemorating Charles Lindbergh on his trans-atlantic flight in 1927. Measures 8.5 in. diameter. Gold trim. Back stamped Limoges China Co. USA Golden Glow. Barlow Stock Exchange. Grain Coal & Twine. Sebring Ohio. In good displayable condition having only 2 minor nicks/chips on the back side of the edge, Will not show when displayed. Priced accordingly.
Jim Reeves Memorial & Souvenir Photo Album Volume 1
Softcover book titled Jim Reeves memorial & Souvenir Photo Album Volume 1 copyright 1965, 8 1/4 x 10 1/5. In very nice shape. The inside front cover is coming loose where it was glued but it is still intact. Minor cover scuffing and one scratch about an inch long on the back. Mentioning these things only to be completely accurate, but this really is a very nice copy. Bright spot on front cover if from flash. Original owner's inked comments on first and second pages.