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THE PHOTOS POSTED HERE ARE FOR MY PERSONAL USE AND THE USE OF COLLECTOR'S WEEKLY ONLY - ALL OTHER ENTITIES ARE "STRICTLY PROHIBITED" FROM USING MY PHOTOGRAPHS OR DESTHE PHOTOS POSTED HERE ARE FOR MY PERSONAL USE AND THE USE OF COLLECTOR'S WEEKLY ONLY - ALL OTHER ENTITIES ARE "STRICTLY PROHIBITED" FROM USING MY PHOTOGRAPHS OR DESCRIPTIONS WITHOUT PRIOR "WRITTEN CONSENT" - ALL VIOLATORS WILL FACE LEGAL RECOURSE WITH NO EXCEPTIONS. (Read more)

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1954 - U.S. Air Force "Passive Defense" Training Manual - Paperin Paper
1932-1933 - "Handbook for Boys" (Boy Scouts) - Booksin Books
1930 - "L'Amour or The Art of Love" - **First Edition - Booksin Books
1958 - "The Ugly American" **First Edition - Booksin Books
1945 - "The Peacock Sheds His Tail" - Booksin Books
1944 - "Life in a Putty Knife Factory" - Booksin Books
1934 - "Sunshine Pimientos" Recipes Booklet - Booksin Books
1928 - "Minute Tapioca" Recipes Book - Booksin Books
1934 - "Quaker Oats" - Story Booklet (Part 2) - Paperin Paper
1934 - "Travels of a Rolled Oat" - Paperin Paper

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  1. http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/109044-rustic-log-nutcracker-and-picks-set?in=collection-2545
  2. Spanner wrench
  3. http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/109042-1953-1955-aluminum-thermos-bottle?in=collection-2665
  4. It is a 1930's toy called either A trapeze" or "acrobat" toy - was made by M.B. for Marks Brothers, Boston
  5. This may be misidentified as McCoy, several other pieces advertised it as McCoy, but noe are signed - tias has a yellow color one identified as FAPCO (Fredricksburg Art Pottery)
  6. Your research has found correctly - this was a Readers' Digest promotionals Set Vintage Cars Miniatures - here is a link to an actual numbered ebay listing set; http://www.ebay.ie/itm/COLLECTION-OF-6...
  7. Cannot see your glass mark clearly but "I in a circle mark" could be Owens-Illinois Glass mark.
  8. Try the American Seating Company, Grand Rapids, Michigan regular child's school desk chair - I believe this model was called the "Envoy" - hard to put an actual date as this model was manufactured fro...
  9. Sorry, you missed me on CW nuts - trying to catch up now
  10. I do not see ANY Asian traits in the photo, neither the woman or the baby.
  11. Here's a nice #512 https://www.etsy.com/listing/185442418/vintage-national-washboard-companyno
  12. Here's a clearer version of mine - yours doesnt have the drain grooves and the closet I could find was the 512 - the backs are usuallly all worn because that was the "soapy" side. -- The glass one's a...
  13. The 6-16 Brownie Junior box camera was from 1934-1942 and the original price was $2.75 - pretty sure that's the one you have.
  14. According to wiki - The Kodak Six-16 folding camera cost $40 when new and was produced from 1932-1936
  15. The stamp is a Prussian State Railways Stamp - Platzkarte means "seat reservation"
  16. That poster did not read the site rules - every post was for an ebay sale, the shoes and some perfume bottles - I don't know why they haven't been deleted yet after 4 hours - CW time zone maybe?
  17. You mean the dreaded video?? -- I don't think we have anything to worry about in Hill's future, she is irrelevant
  18. Damaged - probably in a gumball machine
  19. Damaged
  20. Hunca Munca comes in two styles. The first style (Hunca Munca with the straw cradle) was modelled by Arthur Gredington and was first issued in 1951. It has the back-stamp BP-1a, BP-2, BP-3a, BP-3b, ...
  21. Dominion is probably "Dominion Glass" - Made in Canada
  22. I believe Czechoslovakia - Pardubice is where the historical Wintermitz Mills were located.
  23. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cabbage_Patch_Kids
  24. If it is not noted as a "reprint" then it is an original print issue
  25. The number is a mold number - the underscore is to differentiate between a nine and a six - yours is a six. Normally these appear from looking at the base, but yours is backwards and was probably even...
  26. He does have a facebook link - he may be able to give you the title and date.
  27. There is a Jamaican artist named Peter Peart
  28. Country of origin - Ukraine I believe the first (top) line translates to "Snow Maiden"
  29. Carl Tielsch & Co., Altwasser, Silesia, Germany
  30. Lee Reynolds signed pieces are studio art from Vanguard Studio
  31. http://www.google.com/patents/US640598
  32. Lucien Veder (1902-78) learned the art of etching from his father after the First World War. He used the pseudonym and signed all of his works 'Le Garf' to distinguish himself from father Eugene Veder...
  33. Signed color etching. French artist Lucien Veder signed his etchings “Le Garf”
  34. Sorry - this lighter could be from anytime between 1953 and 1957 as stated above. There was no date coding system instituted until 1958 (1957 for slimline models). How did you obtain the provenance "I...
  35. Well before 1970 - the bottom stamp with the full ®Pat.Pending was produced from 1953 up until 1957 - in 1958 they changed to the script with the dot codes.
  36. This was well known to numismatistss - the only problem you had was your failure to know the difference between "obverse" and "reverse" - the face of the coin "George VI" is the obverse, the back of t...
  37. "Figural" - I know the "Indianapolis" one is a 1971 Jim Beam decanter because I have one
  38. LOL - I'm too old now to collect more things - doesn't say I have never tasted it though (or even remember) - even a teenager drank anything when given the chance.
  39. A screw cap is a metal cap that screws onto threads on the neck of a bottle, generally with a metal skirt down the neck to resemble the traditional wine capsule ("foil"). - These have the tamper-evide...
  40. May be DeBliss, but it would be marked on the metal piece somewhere. The glass would be a different supplier.
  41. When I worked in a fine-dining restaurant in the 70's, this was our house wine - I must have had to throw away thousands of these emptys - used to really hate lifting those heavy bags into the dumpste...
  42. 1950's latest - that's a screw-on cap under that foil
  43. Morse code???
  44. Silver value only - the dimes are worn and with holes they have no numismatic value whatsoever - anything after 1965 is clad (copper-nickel) - not silver at all.
  45. 1970 issue
  46. The TMC glass mark is for Thatcher Glass Manufacturing Company but can't tell who they made the liquor decanter for. The mark was used up until 1982.
  47. Here is the framing company (It's in German, though); Founded in 1949. http://www.von-zeit-zu-zeit.de/index.php?template=bild&media_id=3636
  48. http://www.amazon.co.uk/Marilyn-Monroe-Cigarette-Cigar-Tobacco/dp/B002QR74AO
  49. I believe these are called matryoshka dolls or Russian nesting dolls.
  50. Here's information on the lighter; The Ronson Leona was first manufactured in 1949 in Newark, New Jersey, USA. The production ceased in ca. 1955. - The lighter was named after Leona Aronson who was t...
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