A deck of playing cards in original opened box from Delta Air Lines Celebrating 50 Years, 1929-1979. The box is in red with gold colors. Contains 52 cards. The cards have been used, but are in good condition.
A deck of playing cards in original opened box from Pan Am. The box says Pan Am Africa. Contains 52 cards & 2 Jokers. The cards have been used, but are in good condition. The box has a scene from Africa.
A deck of playing cards in original opened box from Pan Am. The box says Pan Am, and the cards have a Pennsylvania Dutch back. Contains 52 cards & 2 Jokers. The cards have been used, but are in good condition. The box is in colors of blue & white.
Vintage iron lock with brass slide keyhole cover and two keys. This heavy duty, steel riveted railroad lock measures about 2.5 inches by 4.25 inches. No identifying markings. This fully functional lock has some rust and pitting. Good condition.
This empty decanter originally held Everest after shave. Circa 1979-1980. Burgundy color glass with paper decals. The 5 ounce decanter measures about 5 inches long. No chips or cracks. The wheel paper decals are slightly off center. This Avon Vantastic decanter is in Fine condition.
6 Vintage Black White Train Steam Locomotive Photos Ncst Line 1940s
This is a lot of 6 vintage black and white photos of various locomotives from the first half of the 20th c.. All photos [except for #4] are stamped Mech Dept of the NC American Locomotive Col bullet-nose; NC deluxe streamliner that operated between Memphis and Nashville from 1947-1957; locomotive was old 1913 Baldwin 4-6-2 #535 #4 - THE GENERAL 4-4-0 Steam; built 1855; during Civil War was commandeered by Northerners making it the first train ever hijacked. It was the subject of the Great Locomotive Chase during the war. Now in the Southern Museum of Civil War and Locomotive History Georgia; listed on Ntl Register of Historic Places. #s 5 and 6; taken ca 1941 and 1942 respectively are unidentified; both marked NC 1942 image taken by H. C. Hill. Condition: Not a Laser Print; all photos are excellent condition; image very crisp and shiny, no rips, creases or tears, never mounted
A very long brass auto horn, with possibly a brass extension added on towards the mouth piece. The stand looks like it has been soldered on also. The rubber piece is not cracked or torn. The horn measures 23 1/2 in. long. A fun piece to have on display or to use. Who knows what is original and what was made for it, but it just is a neat piece & has a great Ugha sound!
Blue & white Cotiabein China plate with a schooner. Not sure of the name of the china, difficult to read. Also on the back of the plate is, Nantucket Distributing. An attractive oval plate which measures 6 3/4 in. x 9 1/4 in. and shipping weight is 2 lbs.
A really neat old piece, an oil can still with a label, which label reads Golden Rod, Dutton-Lainson Co., Hastings, Nebr., Established 1886, Model 720. Even the lever has the name Golden Rod. The can has been used, has normal scratches and a bit of paint missing but no apparent dings, and still makes a nice show piece. The can measures 4 1/2 in. high and shipping weight is 2 lbs.
Vintage American Tourister Suitcase Cosmetic Make Up Luggage Train Cas
Vintage American Tourister Suitcase Cosmetic Make Up Luggage or Train Case. This piece dates to the 1960's and has a brown exterior with a beige interior. It is in good condition, some light signs of age or use, the inside is in clean condition but has a spot in the left front corner that looks like something was spilled and left a stain. It is missing the mirror and the plastic tray the fits on the inside. It has a combination lock, combination is set to 711, can be changed from the inside to a different combination. It is 14 inches long by 10 inches wide and 9 inches tall, no odors or weird smell, does have a very faint smell of cosmetics to it, a perfect addition to your collection or luggage. Please see our other listings for additional vintage luggage.
Vintage Sears Courier Ii Suitcase Samsonite Hard Sided Luggage Blue
Vintage Sears Courier II Suitcase Blue Hard Sided Luggage made by Samsonite Luggage Company. This suitcase dates to about 1960, it has a hard plastic finish. This is a medium size suitcase, blue in color that has a light blue interior. The inside of the suitcase is in excellent condition, no tears, one really small spot that we have not attempted to clean. The inside of the case has fabric straps that hold the clothing in place, the other side has a cloth covered flap with latches at the top and a pocket on the front, also has another pocket that is plastic lined with a zipper enclosure. The outer part of the case is in very good condition, does have some normal scuffs from use, latches work correctly. This style of suitcase is very sturdy and will last many years, so much better then cloth sided suitcases. This suitcase is the medium size, 20 inches long, 16 inches tall and 6 inches deep. Overall, given the age, it is in remarkable condition, great find and in ready to use condition. Exactly the type of luggage that one would see used in the hit series Mad Men Please see our other listings for additional pieces of vintage luggage.
A deck of playing cards in original unopened box from, The Most Popular Cruise Line in the World, Carnival Cruise Lines. The box is in colors of white & blue with yellow accent colors. Shipping weight 1/2 lb.
Picture postcard of the M S Kungsholm liner of the Swedish American Line. Gothenburg direct to New York with regular calls at Copenhagen, Bremerhaven and Halifax. Color card was printed in Sweden. Back has writing but was not mailed. In Excellent condition but for a small crease at left side and slight wear to corners/edges.
Here's an original postcard showing the Dining Room of the T.S.S. Rotterdam, a ship from the Holland-America Line. The Rotterdam was one of the earlier ships of the Holland America Line used for pleasure cruising. (The first Holland America cruise was to Copenhagen in June 1895.) She was specially chartered for 'Frank Clark's 16th Annual Cruise to the Mediterranean and the Orient' which left New York on February 16, 1914. The ship was advertised as 'sumptuous' with 56 rooms with brass bedsteads and private baths. There were also 150 single rooms and 'no overcrowding.' One of her most attractive features was 'an immense Dining Saloon, seating nearly 500 people at small tables, where all of our passengers will take their meals, and where an orchestra of artists of high merit will play during lunch and dinner, as well as in the Social Hall in the evening.' The cuisine was strictly French and famous among the most exacting travelers. Meals were served a la carte, with passengers ordering what they liked, without extra charge, from an elaborate bill of fare. The stewards and stewardesses on the 'Rotterdam' spoke English. The postcard is in Excellent condition, unused with no writing. A great view of that wonderful dining room!
R.m.s. Nieuw Amsterdam, 1914 Dinner Menu (Two Languages)
This is an original dinner menu from the R.M.S. Nieuw Amsterdam of the Holland-America Line on Monday June 1st 1914. The front cover shows a lone shepherd with his large flock of sheep. The artwork was by Anton Mauve, a Dutch realist whose paintings of flocks of sheep were especially popular with American patrons. The back features a view of a Holland-America Line ship that was under construction at the time. The Holland America Line was founded in 1873 as the Netherlands-America Steamship Company (Dutch: Nederlandsch-Amerikaansche Stoomvaart Maatschappij), a shipping and passenger line headquartered in Rotterdam and providing service to the Americas. Inside the front is the N.A.S.M. logo. The menu, published in both English and French languages, measures about 5.5 by 7.75 inches when closed. It's in Very Good condition, with minor edge/corner wear, a few light fingerprint stains at bottom of back cover and inside on fold and at right edge. The spine is split about 1-inch up from bottom. Still, it's a great old menu!
Here is an original dinner menu for Friday, March 27th 1914 from the S S Rotterdam of the Holland-America Line. The front cover shows a woman sitting on a chair, warming her hands at the hearth. It is taken from a painting by Dutch artist Jozef Israels. The back features a view of the S.S. Noordam at sea. The Holland America Line was founded in 1873 as the Netherlands-America Steamship Company (Dutch: Nederlandsch-Amerikaansche Stoomvaart Maatschappij), a shipping and passenger line headquartered in Rotterdam and providing service to the Americas. Inside the front is the N.A.S.M. logo. The menu, published in both English and French languages, measures about 5.5 by 7.75 inches when closed. It's in Good condition, with minor edge/corner wear and a few light fingerprint stains on back cover. Unfortunately, several larger stains appear on the front. We have not tried to remove them. The spine is split about 1-inch up from bottom. There is a light crease at top of spine.
R.m.s. Nieuw Amsterdam, 1914 Dinner Menu (In French)
An original dinner menu from the R.M.S. Nieuw Amsterdam of the Holland-America Line on 27 Mai 1914. The front cover shows what appears to be a painting of a woman feeding two young children. It is signed, but we are unable to read it well enough to verify the artist's name. The back features a view of the S.S. Amsterdam at sea. Inside the front is the N.A.S.M. logo, as well as one from the 'Hotel Men's Mutual Benefit Association of the United States and Canada under management of the McCann Tours Co.' The menu, published in the French language, measures about 5.5 by 7.75 inches when closed. It's in Very Good condition, with minor edge/corner wear and a few age spots at bottom of back cover. The Holland America Line was founded in 1873 as the Netherlands-America Steamship Company (Dutch: Nederlandsch-Amerikaansche Stoomvaart Maatschappij), a shipping and passenger line headquartered in Rotterdam and providing service to the Americas.
This vintage auto carriage lamp measures about 4 inches by 4 inches and 8.5 inches high. Circa 1910s. Flat black metal with three convex glass inserts: one red, one white, and one blue. Each glass insert measures about 3.5 inches in diameter. The top of this lamp is marked E. & J., Detroit, Mich. Also marked Pat. Dec 9, 1908. This style of lamp was originally mounted on the sides of automobiles. They were lit by hand and the driver could remove the kerosene oil lamp for hand light. This vintage lamp has been electrified and includes a candelabra bulb and socket. I don't know if this modified lamp is functional and the original oil font base is not included. No chips or cracks in glass inserts but there are surface scratches. This side lamp has wear and some rust. Good condition.
General specifications and detailed information on the Chrysler Corporation 1940 Plymouth. This 28-page vintage booklet measures about 4.5 inches by 8.5 inches. The front is marked: Questions and Answers on the 1940 Plymouth, Plymouth Salesmens League. Also marked: September 1, 1939, Detroit, Michigan. The back cover has some discoloration and smudging. No loose pages. Good condition.
Vintage Nashville Auto-Diesel School booklet. In 1939, this Tennessee 20-page booklet told of the new industry with practically no competition - the diesel field. Filled with photos of workshops, students, cars and tractors, dormitory and school buildings. Also an outline of the auto-diesel course offered and letter from school President O. K. Balls. This booklet has smudges and wear but is complete. Measures about 5.75 inches by 8.75 inches. Average condition.
Vintage Demonstration in Selling booklet, based on Making Your Story Live... Unit No. 3 of the Plymouth Service Merchandising and Management Series, Chrysler Motors Service Division. Filled with vintage photos of Chrysler products and personnel, and the fundamentals of salesmanship. This 40-page booklet has some smudging and discoloration on the inside pages. The outside faded cover has the original owner's name written in ink on the top edge. No loose pages. The inside cover is marked: Copyright, 1939 by Chrysler Corporation, Printed in U.S.A. This booklet measures about 5.5 inches by 7.5 inches. Average condition.
Set of four (4) Chevrolet square center caps for the Cavalier Z24. Circa late 1980s. Each wheel center cap measures about 5.5 inches by 5.5 inches. The back is stamped 22540136, Lemmers, RK 1741, 87, and Made in Belgium. These center caps are worn - Average condition.
Union Pacific Railroad Coasters And Toothpick Packet
Previously owned but never used. Circa late 1950s, early 1960s. Two vintage paper Union Pacific Railroad beverage coasters with scalloped edges. Also included is an unopened vintage Union Pacific complimentary toothpick pack. The first drink coaster is marked Union Pacific, Always a Favorite, with a martini image. The second cocktail coaster depicts the classic Union Pacific Domeliner and reads Route of the Daily Domeliners. These Union Pacific domed trains were in operation during the 1940s and 1950s. Each coaster measures about 3.25 inches in diameter. The toothpick packaging reads Union Pacific Overland Route with the Union Pacific shield logo. The back of the toothpick pack reads Wrapped For Cleanliness and Sanita Paper Prod., Co., Hicksville, NY. This toothpick packet measures about 3 inches long and contains two toothpicks. These Union Pacific coasters and toothpick pack are in Excellent Condition.
This fine vintage advertisement for a 1947 ad for Greyhound is in very good condition. This vintage magazine ad measures approx. 10 1/4 x 13 1/2 and is suitable for framing. This vintage magazine ad depicts a cowboy waving hat to couple.
This unopened deck of playing cards is marked Goodyear on the sides with the signature Goodyear logo. The blue US Playing Card Company logo stamp still seals the top flap of the deck. The bottom is marked: Distributed by the Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio 44316. The back ensures the air cushion finish cards are fine quality for easy dealing and long life, extra slip, extra snap. Made in USA, Printed in USA. This advertising deck has minor scuffing and marks but is intact - Fine condition.
Stainless Steel Motorcycle Drink/Cup Holder Why settle for inferior chrome plated plastic from other sellers when you can have genuine high quality stainless steel. This motorcycle drink holder is made of high quality solid stainless steel so it won't crack and is rust-proof and scratch resistant. The adjustable solid metal clamp and arm allows you to easily attach the cup holder to any motorcycle or bike and gives you that perfect fit every time. The foam cup insert gives protection against spilling by holding the can or bottle more securely than if it were just the stainless steel holder by itself and also provides insulation keeping your drinks hot or cold longer. This motorcycle drink holder can fit standard size bottles and cans as well as many over-sized bottles. It's perfect for coffee cups, water bottles, soda cans and even soft drinks from fast food places. The high polished finish of the stainless steel will match any color bike perfectly and the smooth surface will shine for years. This makes the perfect gift for yourself or someone you know. Each motorcycle cup holder is packaged in a plain white gift box.
Detailed metal key chain of the English 1924 Morris motor car. This silvertone automobile with a chrome-like finish measures about 2 inches long. The bottom is marked 1924 Morris and Made In Hong Kong. The overall length of the car and key chain measures about 3.5 inches. The wheels even turn on this Morris replica automobile. Excellent condition. Note: 1910 Rambler, 1913 Stutz Bearcat, and 1914 Chevrolet Baby Grand models are also available.
Vintage Sohio, Standard Oil of Ohio, road map. Circa 1950s. Metropolitan Cleveland's population was 935,000 and the Ohio 241-mile turnpike toll was $3.50! This vintage map measures about 3.75 inches by 8 inches when folded and 24.5 inches by 33.5 inches when fully opened. The Ohio State bird, the cardinal, graces the front of the map. The back is marked Compliments of your Sohio station and offers the slogan: The sign of friendly service on every Ohio road...Sohio. This road map makes the perfect addition to your refurbished 1950s vehicle glove compartment! Minor smudging on the front near the cardinal's feet. Fine condition.
This fine vintage advertisement for a 1946 ad for Greyhound Bus Lines is in excellent condition but is slightly yellowed. This magazine ad measures approx. 10 x 13 1/2 and is suitable for framing. This ad for Greyhound depicts a woman aiming a bow & arrow.
This fine vintage advertisement for a 1951 ad for Greyhound is in excellent condition but is slightly yellowed. This magazine ad measures approx. 10 1/4 x 13 1/2 This ad is suitable for framing. This magazine ad depicts season's top events.
This fine vintage advertisement for a 1941 ad for Greyhound is in very good condition and measures approx. 10 x 13 1/4 . This vintage Bus Line Magazine Advertisement is suitable for framing. This vintage magazine ad for Greyhound depicts a man & woman walking arm & arm.
This fine vintage advertisement from 1944 for Motor Bus Lines Of America is in excellent condition. This vintage Bus Lines ad measures approx. 10 x 13 3/4 and is suitable for framing. This vintage Motor Bus Lines Of America magazine ad depicts a wide variety of people surrounding the bus depot and the caption says These are the Americans we serve today .
This fine vintage advertisement from 1953 for Greyhound is in excellent condition. This Bus Lines magazine ad measures approx. 6 1/2 X 10 and is suitable for framing. This vintage Greyhound magazine ad depicts a boy watching a girl pull the petals off of a flower.
This fine vintage advertisement from 1939 for Greyhound is in excellent condition. This Bus Lines ad measures approx. 6 1/2 x 10 and is suitable for framing. This vintage Greyhound magazine ad depicts a man and woman laying on a beach and talking.
Audels New Automobile Guide for Mechanics, Operators, and Servicemen, by Frank D. Graham. The theory, construction and servicing of motor vehicles including diesels, Questions & Answers and Illustrations. The book has dates of 1938, 1939, 1940, 1942, and the last one being 1947. Printed in the United States. The picture is taken from one of the pages inside of the book, the cover being a black cover with the name embossed in black. The book measures 5 in. by 6 ½ in. and is 2 ¼ in. thick, consisting of 1607 pages.
A frosted glass mug with the name, Royal Princess on one side, and an outline of the ship on the other side. The rim and bottom each have a banner border with the name, Princess Cruises. All the decorations are done in gold and royal blue. The mug has a paper label, 22K Gold by Kapan-Kent Co., Inc.,, Hand Wash Only. The mug measures 3 ½ in. high and a 3 in. dia. opening
A small bowl which can be used as a nut cup or a sauce cup, white china with a thin gold line in the middle of the cup, and the rim has a wide gold on black border. The nut cup is back stamped in black ink, 174; Delta Air Lines, ABCO International, 0442-03865. The nut cup measures 1 ½ in. high, with a 3 in. dia. There are six nut cups available, price is for one nut cup.
A white china plate with a thin gold line around the rim, and a gold on black logo of a shield, Indian's head, 1926, and the letter, W. The plate measures 7 ¾ in. dia. And is back stamped in black ink, Western Airlines, ABCO Tableware, 0447-30860, Japan. There are two plates available, price is for one plate.
A set consisting of 4 pieces of china from Delta Air Lines. An 8 in. plate with the name, Delta Air Lines, in gold, with gold line on rim; 1 5 ¼ in. plate with gold line on rim; 3 ¾ in. small bowl with gold line on rim; 2 ¼ in. dia. nut bowl with gold line on rim. 3 of the 4 pieces are back stamped with the Delta name in black ink, and one is in gold ink. There are four complete sets available, price is for one set.
A road map entitled, NEBRASKAland Road Map and Travel Guide , Conoco. Inside one side shows, Points of Interest, decorated with a large spur, the other side is the map. There are a few minor tears, and the map is dated 1971.
A deck of playing cards in original opened box from, Eastern. One half of the box advertises , Ryder, The best truck money can rent or lease, and the other half advertises, Eastern, Serving 120 cities in 22 countries. The box is in colors of blue & yellow.
A deck of playing cards in original box from, Delta Air Lines. The box has a used look, but the cards are in mint condition. The front of the box has a scene picture, and the back has the Delta Air Lines logo.
Greyhound bus line ad 1953- 5 x 13 inches of a colored ad. One of our ads has red words while the other has clock words. All the comforts, all the convenience,none of the cares of driving when you goGreyhound
National Wild- April-May 1976 -54 complete pages(Upper tear in first few pages. -Gators - Hunt on the bayou - In the land of the raptors - The Birdman of Idaho - How Yosemite is solving the bear problem.
This fine vintage advertisement for a 1944 ad for Greyhound which is in very good condition but is yellowed. This vintage Bus magazine ad measures approx. 10 x 13 3/4 and is suitable for framing. This vintage Bus Line magazine advertisement depicts a Ski Trooper in Alaska, a Russian Officer in Moscow, a Lovely Senorita in South America, a Shirtless Marine Somewhere in the Pacific -these are typical of the millions who are today seeing Greyhound's Color Film This Amazing America .
A great vintage full page original magazine ad. Ad measures approximately: 6 1/2 x 9 1/4 . Condition: VG. Certificate of Authenticity is provided showing this piece to be from an original magazine (not a copy). Keywords: memorabilia collectible collectibles collectable collectables vintage antique sale buy ads magazines advertisements 1940s 40s forties boats motors outboard
1966 - Western auto tires ad - 10 x 14 inches of a black and white ad. Picture: How come racing champ Fred Lorenzen trusts Western Auto premium tires on his personal car when they cost so litt? Safety minded motorists have chosen Davis tires more than 44,000,000 times.
Now this is a perfect find for the railroad buffs. We have the old blue switch light globe with the original bracket. This would be able to be used on an out door light! The globe was made by Corning as it is marked. Heavy glass with some chips and dings in the fins. Stands 4 3/4 tall including the bolts, by 4 wide.
This fine vintage advertisement of a 1944 Goodyear Airfoam ad is in very good condition with slight creases x 13 1/2 . This Airfoam ad is suitable for framing. This vintage Goodyear ad depicts two children looking back at a man sitting behind them on the bus and the caption says Gee, He's Slept All The Way From New York .