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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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Hotel Quatro Rodas (Brazil) - Matchbook - Advertisingin Advertising
Taberna do Marques (Brazil) - Matchbook - Advertisingin Advertising
1890 - "The Arabian Knights' Entertainments" - Booksin Books
1893 - "Ivanhoe" by Sir Walter Scott - Booksin Books
"Bobby Vinton" - Cassette Tape - Recordsin Records
"Chubby Checker" - Cassette Tape - Recordsin Records
1961 - Romania "Ships" Postage Stamps - Stampsin Stamps
Poland - "Poultry" Postage Stamps - Stampsin Stamps
1983 - Guinea-Bissau "Balloons" Postage Stamps - Stampsin Stamps
1985 - Britain "Flying Scotsman" Postage Stamp - Stampsin Stamps

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  1. Birds of prey (hawk, falcon, eagle, etc.) tend to have more of a curved, very sharp nail. I would guess this to be a wild turkey foot.
  2. Needlepoint or embroidered - basically mean the same thing
  3. I wonder if those are Amish-made (Pennsylvannia Dutch) - the five-point hex star denotes Good Luck.
  4. OK - that would be great. - Too bad they don't have a "Simpsons" category yet in "Animation". After all, they have been around for a quarter century already. :)
  5. Maisto was founded in 1967 - The factories in China and Thailand manufacture 1:12, 1:18, 1:24, 1:25, 1:27, 1:43, 1:31 and 1:64 scale replicas. Most models are officially licensed products, based on po...
  6. You know I mean the like stirring spoons, not regular table or teaspoons. The image I saw had assorted size wooden spoons (old type)
  7. I saw this somewhere as a "spoon holder" with matching smaller salt & pepper shakers on each side but I can't find the link again.
  8. I was surprised to see he is still alive! So is Chubby Checker, still Twistin'
  9. DOH!!! - Why the picture so teeny?
  10. Your vase is definitely vintage made between 1935 and 1946 - in the green, it is currently valued at $150 but you may add a premium for the ER designation which would denote it as very early production.
  11. ER = Experimental Rhead -- the Fiestaware designer was Frederick Rhead and he also designed the very first "fiestaware" logo (May 14th, 1935) - it appears to be the original "light green" color
  12. Necktie hanger??
  13. Above is for the first ad you show - the second I do not have in my collection but if the measurements are the same it is from a different month.
  14. If the ad measures 7" by 10" - it is from the back cover of an October 1956 National Geographic magazine.
  15. It is a reproduction of the Thomas W. Dyott bottle made by Wheaton Glass. They made an entire series of bottles in the early 70's for the U.S. Bicentennial celebration. The number 7 on the bottom is e...
  16. Taiwan (Republic of China) - One Yuan - the bust is Chiang Kai-shek - coin was issued from 1981-1997 - very common coin easily acquired in uncirculated condition
  17. From what I understand, the Ruby Red was the first color made by Anchor Hocking.
  18. The company was founded in 1908 and is still in business today. Your can looks to be from circa 1950's.
  19. I believe it's actually J. Pukestine - here is its sister with turquoise stones; http://www.natreasures.com/catalog.php/natreasures/dt35272/pd2135496/Dead_Pawn_Turquoise__Sterling_Silver_Row_Bracelet...
  20. Vino Liquorosi = Wine Liqueur also known as a "fortified wine" - I would say the origin is also Italy, probably circa 1960's. - If it has never been opened it would still be safe to drink but I wouldn...
  21. Looks like F. Stone to me
  22. http://dollreference.com/barbie1.html
  23. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/P-38_can_opener
  24. Can opener
  25. Your mark dates it to 1890-1904
  26. All I could find was that Turret Imports operated around the 1950's and 1960's (dissolved in 1968). The absence of a zip code on the address on your label would tell me it is pre-1963. - Nice collecti...
  27. Silver is rising again - that dime is now worth approximately $1.32 melt value :))
  28. May be Else Hasselriis - full name Kathrine Antoinette Else Hasselriis, painter and silhuettør at Royal Copenhagen Factory 1904-1949
  29. Golden Voice was a Motorola brand name - have you removed the back panel as there is usually a wiring diagram sticker inside which may have the model number and manufacturing info on it.
  30. Incidentally, that signature on the front is probably Ernie Banks.
  31. subi450 - you can send an email directly to CW and ask them why it was deleted.
  32. Joseph Boillat Fils
  33. I don't ask for credit with my help - all I ask is that you edit your description and heading with the information provided - one of the problems on this site is many mysteries are resolved but when t...
  34. Made by Twin Winton Pottery - "Sailor Mouse"
  35. http://www.ebay.ie/itm/Vintage-Black-Americana-Mammy-Measuring-Spoon-Holder-/321648749892?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item4ae3c26d44 - http://www.ebay.com/itm/Black-Americana-MAMMY-Cookie-Jar-Standin...
  36. Based on the size - I would say it's one of the reprint posters.
  37. http://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-Lipstick-Holder-by-Stratton-England-with-Mirror-Gold-Rose-design-/161569598083?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item259e4c6a83
  38. I cannot tell if YOUR picture is an original. I can only say that the original photograph was taken by Conlon who was a photographer that worked for New York City newspapers in the early 1900's. - The...
  39. This photograph is by Charles M. Conlon
  40. "Lip-View" Lipstick Holder / Mirror compact made in England by Stratton
  41. Paul Shaffer did voice a character in a Disney animated film, but it was Hermes in the movie Hercules, which was not an octopus character. This is all I could find on your picture; http://www.worthp...
  42. Scroll down to Fishel Nessler - the page would not let me copy and paste the info; http://www.cooljools.com/Hall_of_Fame.htm
  43. Fish mark with F.N.CO. - Fishel, Nessler & Company, New York, NY - circa 1885-1936 -- Sterling silver (.925 fine)
  44. I believe that's a badge from a Vespa Allstate Scooter http://scooterlounge.com/vespa/buyers-guide/vespa-sears.shtml The emblem at top resembles this Vespa; http://scooterlounge.com/blog/2012/02/te...
  45. Egg warmer (coddler) - here is a similar one; https://www.etsy.com/listing/210287382/antique-victorian-english-egg-coddler?ref=market
  46. See if this helps identify year - you can expand picture - also, the wedge would not have a number. http://persimmongolftoday.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/hoganclubs.jpg
  47. Any Bottle embossed with "FEDERAL LAW FORBIDS..." is a liquor bottle made in the post prohibition years between 1932-1964. Your's is likely to have been made in 1956 by the marking on the bottom - Old...
  48. Are you sure that's not Webster Company - North Attleboro, MA founded in 1869 by George K. Webster. -- http://www.silvercollection.it/104websterbis.jpg
  49. The Anheuser-Busch company developed the Bud Man mascot in 1969 so maximum age would be about 45 years.
  50. Need more pictures but based on the cigarette rests I see, its an ashtray
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