I sing for work but mainly collect old advertising pieces. Coca Cola and everything else as well.


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Central Shoes advertising Chair - Advertisingin Advertising
Tin lithograph advertising whistles - Advertisingin Advertising
1930s era 8Ball soda mirror - Advertisingin Advertising
Old cardboard 1949 National INS. calendar sign - Advertisingin Advertising
Whitman's anyone? - Advertisingin Advertising
Estate Heatrola Neon - Advertisingin Advertising
Ok Kerry, you asked for it! Deep in the rabbit hole. - Coca-Colain Coca-Cola
Royal Crown soda therm mirror found! - Signsin Signs
The Coca Cola/Old Advertising basement - Coca-Colain Coca-Cola
1953 Emerson model 6250-K oscillating fan - Tools and Hardwarein Tools and Hardware


  1. Had this Geronimo figure too, in fact had just about the whole set. No telling how many of these sets were sold in the late sixties!
  2. Thank you Sugargirl!
  3. This sign is depicting what Coca Cola does to you, over the years of drinking it. Old, pale and washed out,,,,I can't wait!
  4. Thank you egreeley, shughs, crswerner, Designer and crissylovescats!
  5. Thank you egreeley, mtg, shughs, Vetraio, crswerner, Designer and crissylovescats!
  6. Thanks Efesgirl, Bernie and all of you! She's always surprising me with things from time to time.
  7. So it's a Martin, looks like it might be from around the 1930s but have to see a full shot of the whole guitar to be sure. Any label inside sound hole? If not, maybe even older.
  8. Pretty rare to find this original Coca Cola framing too! Nice
  9. These were certainly built to last! I have the same radio in a cream color. Philco built them right.
  10. Yep, these were made all through the 1980s and 1990s.
  11. Thank you Roy and Tom!
  12. Yes, these were all Union made and that's usually how you can tell the fakes from the orignals. Because you have the brand embossed in the back, it's definately the real deal though! Cool
  13. These are super smalls!
  14. Thank you Trey and Ed!
  15. Ok, forgot to read your type first,,,again! Still, I can see why collectors would clamber for this one. The numbers being so limited in the 1930s, when these were originally made, I can see why they w...
  16. Thank you Dave, Kerry, Valentino, Bernie and Michael!
  17. Wow, the W.E.D. Production stamp! Pretty hard to anything with that particular stamping on it! Hope you got to see the Walt Disney American Experience show on PBS. Fantastic find, Kerry!
  18. She is better at buying than me, but I am better at,,,,,,,,I'll get back to you on that.
  19. Yes it is, Edisonfan and thank you for the love!
  20. Ahhh, how about a nice Hawaiian Punch? Lol love it!
  21. I have a friend in Vegas that collected German Lugers for years. He has sold most of his great collection now due to health issues a few years back but he had over hundred of them.
  22. Thank you fortapache and Caperkid! Yes I have before fortapache, some years back before I dumped them all and went away for a time, due to work. It's a cheaper fan but I do have a bunch of fans.
  23. Thank you blunderbuss and racer4four!
  24. Lol, thank you again, Alan! Or something even more interesting and unusual.
  25. The only thing that would make it better, is if it was the silhouette girl from Coca Cola!
  26. Thank you Michael, kaputs, pwcollector and Alan! Thanks Alan, for years I have had a leather chair sitting in that same spot, not old or interesting at all and that always bothered me. Now I am happy...
  27. Thanks Sean! Yep, nobody can pickem like my wife!
  28. Thank you Rob!
  29. Thank you Trey!
  30. Hey thank you, Sean and Bernie!
  31. Thank you Valentino!
  32. Thank you Manni, Dave and Kerry!
  33. The Sundial shoes whistle is probably the rarest one of all of these shown and I forgot to mention it in the original text. Most all of these were made by Kirschoff in Newark NJ.
  34. Thank you Vetraio, Rustfarm, Blunderbuss, kaputs, Tom, Edisonfan and pw! Yes Edisonfan, I watched that auction end too. I was surprised it didn't go higher.
  35. Nice Dave!
  36. Thank you BinaryReflex!
  37. Thank you Cokekid, BinaryReflex and Alsmutts!
  38. Thank you trukn20, AntiqueToys, Lieghannm and usedcarlady!
  39. These are too cool, Kerry! Wish I had one for my space toy collection!
  40. Unfortunately not old, more of recent marketed piece.
  41. Wow, she is a beauty, Bernie!
  42. Cool street sign, I have one from NYC myself. Franklin Ave.
  43. You betcha! Beautiful watches!
  44. Ok, I love all these advert watches but this one has to be my all time favorite! Nice find, Kerry!
  45. Hey thank you Tom!
  46. Did you say WHISTLE? Wooooohoooo, I wanna see it!
  47. Thank you Harborguy, kaputs and captainslack!!
  48. That is quite the statement piece!
  49. Sweet sign!
  50. Looks pretty old and these handles were referred to as scratted bone handles. The sailors or persons owning the knife would get it new, in smooth bone, cow mainly, or what was referred to as parchment...
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