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Posted 4 years ago


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These salt and pepper pieces were made in the U. S. A. by F & F mold & die works, Dayton, Ohio, I'm not sure of thier age, they are a matched set, both have same markings on thier bottoms

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  1. roadside roadside, 4 years ago
    I recently sold a set of these shakers and got $9.99 for them. I have seen them for as much as $45.00. I also sold the Willie and Millie set and only got $9.99. F & F mold & die works was founded in 1949 and I think closed in 1987. I don't know when those were made but I would think early on. Maybe 1950's
  2. Deanteaks Deanteaks, 4 years ago
    thank you, roadside
  3. Juanita, 4 years ago
    I love them .I collect salt and pepper shakers.Don't know about them but do you have them for sale some place.I do not have any like them.
  4. VikingFan82 VikingFan82, 4 years ago
    I just recently saw a pair just like these. Maybe I will pick them up, they were marked pretty cheap.
  5. Luisa Luisa, 4 years ago
    Do they say Uncle Mose and Aunt Jemima on the lower part of their pants/dress? From what I know, they were sold or given away as corporate endorsements, like the Red Rose tea collectables. In terms of value, I work at a pawn shop, and coincidentally enough we just sold a pair in similar condition for 79.95$!! Find the right buyer, and the sky's the limit!
  6. Luisa Luisa, 4 years ago
    In case location comes into play, the pair I spoke of earlier were sold in Vancouver. It's a sellers market here for collectibles and antiques; full of artsy people who appreciate them enough to pay a good buck.
  7. Deanteaks Deanteaks, 4 years ago
    yes they both have names on them, were they sold on ebay?

  8. Luisa Luisa, 4 years ago
    they were sold through a pawn shop... they were on the shelves about 6 months before getting picked up.
  9. Vintagefran Vintagefran, 2 years ago
    You have a great collection DC.
    Lots of unusual, quirky things.
    These are great fun.

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