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I have been collecting toys for over 40 years. My collection ranges from farm toys to cars and trucks but includes just about any type vehicle. EMAIL: ohtoycollectoI have been collecting toys for over 40 years. My collection ranges from farm toys to cars and trucks but includes just about any type vehicle. EMAIL: (Read more)


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Telephone Lighter - Tobaccianain Tobacciana
Advertising Note Spike - Officein Office
Note / Receipt Spike - Officein Office
Cottonwood Trucks - Model Carsin Model Cars
Vintage Table Lamp #2 Help - Lampsin Lamps
Vintage Table Lamp, Help - Lampsin Lamps
Caterpillar Grader, Pan Scraper & Bottom Dump - Toysin Toys
A.C. Williams Interchangeable Set - Model Carsin Model Cars
Hubley Taxi Set - Model Carsin Model Cars
Vintage Nativity Figures - Christmasin Christmas


  1. Lol, I was sure there was a good reason, just had to ask,lol
  2. Nice! Ok, what's up with the curtains tied in knots?
  3. It looks like a T-handle type wrench used for numerous purposes but most likely for a city utility box. The taper would open the door or cover and the bar shape on the end of the handle would fit the...
  4. With the two twisted together there will be no movement.
  5. I'm going with an ice chipper with built in hammer.
  6. Nice early hammer.
  7. Good job Tubeamp. I see now that the whole table slides as the crank is turned. Still not sure how the tail stock would work though if it's slotted.
  8. It's a Tri-Ang North Star from the mid 50's. This is a high end pedal and worth some money. You should research it and then decide what you want to do. If it were mine it would be professionall...
  9. Nice, Another mystery solved!
  10. Sorry but you have a repo. I hope the auction did not state it as an antique. As far as markings, I have never seen one of these marked. They could be marked on the inside but if you have an or...
  11. Ah, I'm only guessing but maybe a tool to wind fishing lure wire????
  12. This may be a tough one.
  13. Just clean it up.. that's the look right now.
  14. I had one of those back in the late 80's but the rear wheel wells were cut out a little. I sold it at the Toledo Oh toy show for $120.00
  15. I would have no idea what was on the Titanic, just thought it interesting. The letters were painted on a long time ago as they do appear to have weathered with the leather. It is obvious the base ...
  16. Most interesting is the "White Star Line" label and Titanic painted on it.
  17. Nomad would be Chevrolet. I think Ford in the late 50's would be a Country Squire.
  18. Looks like the real thing to me, 1930's and could be original paint. I appears to be an Arcade not AC Williams. Should be 4 1/2 inches high.
  19. These type of planes have been showing up at the local antique mall lately. They are relatively new but I don't know where they are coming from.
  20. I was just having fun with it.
  21. Very nice!
  22. Dental Blowtorch
  23. This is one of those posts that shows enough to get you on the edge of your seat ... then stops. Like.... HELLO .... which way do you turn the pencil?
  24. I don't mean this in an insulting way but it seems ironic that someone would plug a device into a 120v outlet, touch the electrical terminals and think it's a "quack" medical device.
  25. The length in inches is the best way anyway on this type of toy. Ironically this same wagon with different hub caps was also made under the Joustra of france name like your 1958 wagon.
  26. Another great one. It would be nice if you posted the size for collectors that are not familiar with some of these older toys.
  27. This is a great toy. For an 8 in car I think it's amazing they put that much detail in stamped tin.
  28. Another nice one. I like 1/43 so the Dinky toys work for me.
  29. Very Nice!
  30. Very Nice!
  31. Ok, I did find out the movement is Swiss by Imperial Watch Co No 1039 Model 14.
  32. I'm going to guess a lid with a fish as the handle.
  33. Thanks for the comments and all the love
  34. It has tractors, Ya gotta love that one.
  35. It does look like a newer casting and the paint is for sure. Maybe take the screw out and see what the inside looks like.
  36. Cool. Are you making these?
  37. Would make a nice hat post.
  38. I don't know much about watches but the way the back is worn sure makes it look old. Also the scratched markings inside the case are dates when the watch would have been serviced. That may help date ...
  39. I don't think it's a reproduction per say but I don't think it is old. It looks to me like a recent made sign for historic districts or areas that want that vintage look.
  40. I always liked the Husky but they were not very easy to find here in the US.
  41. Great collection! Welcome to CW You have some hard to find cars there but the rack is AWESOME.
  42. Thanks for the love Manikin. I forgot about this post. I made these at my Aunts when I was in 8th grade. She had complete ceramic shop in their basement with a ton of molds.
  43. Nice. It is missing the driver. There were made in the 1960's by Shioji.
  44. Thanks for the loves
  45. Wow! That a wild one. Sorry I missed this one. I'll keep it in thought as I go through old catalogs.
  46. Looks real to me
  47. Not having vent holes on the top and the general construction, I would say these are 1970's decor items.
  48. It's a letter opener from the Masons, in this case from the Hartford Lodge
  49. It looks like it hinges open. Can you post more photos?
  50. Thanks for the comments and all the loves.
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