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1968 - MGB GT Mark II Sales Brochure - Advertisingin Advertising
1967 - MG/MGB GT Sales Brochure - Paperin Paper
1931 - Birds of America Book - Booksin Books
1921 - Cypress Bird-House Book - Booksin Books
1964 - Harley Davidson Scooter Sales Brochure - Paperin Paper
45rpm Record "The Royal Guardsmen" - 1966 - Recordsin Records
1952 - "Canned Foods" Recipe Booklet - Booksin Books
1938 - "Spices" Recipe Booklet - Booksin Books
GO-VIDEO DVD & VCR Player - Electronicsin Electronics
1953-1955 "Hap Jones" Motorcycle Blue Books - Paperin Paper

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  1. Published by SRI Publishing Company, Ft. Worth, Texas from 1965-1983 for a total of 170 issues.
  2. I just googled "RN159276" which came to Copeland Spode - for the pattern I went to replacements.com spode meadow pattern - they only have a plate shown. I think the RN159276 is for the shape (or form)...
  3. I brought up a couple posted on the CW board already - one is in a group picture and is missing the stopper also, the other shows what it was made for with the original bottom sticker and neck bow. - ...
  4. The stopper also had a cork piece surrounding the bottom tit. If you google the fenton hobnail 389 you will see a description.
  5. Can you measure the height also? - If the cap is stuck on, I wouldn't try to force it as it may crack or break off completely.
  6. Fenton Perfume French Opalescent Hobnail 389 - should have a round white glass stopper
  7. Ricardo Ginori Capodimonte. The crystal are Swarvoski. The porcelain was made by Limoges from Capodimonte moulds and decorated in gold in Italy. All have the Capodimonte N with Crown Stamp in blue.
  8. RN# is the registration number - the RN 159276 comes back to Spode China, England. Replacements shows this as Meadow pattern but their pictured plate shows a darker blue. - I could not find the RN1425...
  9. I see this advertised in several places as "Gold Atomic Stars Starburst" pattern but I could not find it on any of the Pyrex collector sites nor was it listed on 'replacements'
  10. Fireplace starter
  11. Search - Brendel & Loewig (Berlin)
  12. I can just see you using the crane to load the tractors :) - a problem I have whenever I take my toys out of the box, you just have to play with them, even if it's only once.
  13. Yes Phil, I should have put it in the description instead of just "pocket-size". - It is 5" wide by 3 1/4" high - (or for you 12.8cm by 8.2cm) - thanks for looking
  14. miKKochristmas has the same thing with a blue stone http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/53215-atterbury-victorian-milk-glass-glove-box
  15. Closer to mid-1930's
  16. I like the sketch more too - the painting has that "creepy clown" look
  17. musik - the PLRA is actually PARA -- 40 Para = 1 Kurush (Piastre)
  18. They are still in business - fifth generation family owned http://www.francishoward.co.uk/products/barware/
  19. I found the original "stork cards" for both my brother and sister but alas, I cannot find my own. - I think I must have just popped out unexpectedly, or like my dad always said, I was found under a ro...
  20. Vaughan Bass was an American painter of pin-up art. Bass was a Chicago artist who started his career working for the Louis F. Dow Company in St. Paul during the mid-1930's. Bass created his own pin-up...
  21. Love the pink it it - really sets off the image
  22. This "Blue Chain" pattern was also used by Buffalo China and Shaw China in the 1920's for U.S. Naval Mess china.
  23. No - the magic of the internet http://www.pyrexpassion.com/pattern-reference.html
  24. Pattern is called "Town & Country"
  25. Issued Winter 1961
  26. The pattern was a promotional pattern called "Gourmet"
  27. Is there a publishers name on the bottom of the title page?
  28. OSTBY & BARTON
  29. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mackeson_Stout
  30. Designed by Stig Jorgenson for Dana Plast - Denmark
  31. M8 is the Bulova date code for 1968 - I believe the model name is the "First Lady"
  32. Did you ever get this PCGS graded?
  33. I think someone just stamped their initials on the back of a penny with a letter punch. You can even see the damage to the face from the striking pressure.
  34. This is an "art round" minted by Oklahoma Federated Gold & Numismatics, Inc. - it is a "replica" minted by a private mint and not a real coin. - Value in that condition (dug out of ground) is no more ...
  35. Found a couple of 1921 Australian newspaper advertisements with reference to Cozota Flour - ATOZ may be A to Z Manufacturing Co.
  36. Yummy :) - Would love to see the engine.
  37. There were over 35 million printed so value would depend entirely on the condition. If you can, post it on your board, preferably a scan of both sides
  38. I have an 1890 edition of this book, not posted yet but I'll get around to it.
  39. Is there something printed on the bottom left side that is cut off in your picture?
  40. Incidently - by clicking on the first picture, you can enlarge it twice
  41. http://www.darigold.com/our-story/visual-history
  42. mcheconi - my parents lived in Sao Paulo from 1987-1992 - I brought this back to the U.S. from one of my vacation visits. Some of the other items I have posted so far: http://www.collectorsweekly.com...
  43. American Ironstone china pattern USA23 made by Salem China Company
  44. These are close-ups - not only is the piece behind a glass front, but the piece itself will reflect to much flashback - even the first picture was taken at a slant and still reflected so much I almost...
  45. Egg topper
  46. Manufacturer Status: Discontinued - Actual production: 1974 - 1989 Pattern: Hearts & Flowers-Smooth by Johnson Brothers Description: PEOPLE,HEARTS&FLOWERS,BLUE BAND,COUPE
  47. First Communion scene - that is no woman, that is Jesus
  48. http://www.sawdays.co.uk/britain/england/dorset/yoah-cottage
  49. Sarah - if you google your heading "vintage western Germany mother of pearl scarf clip" - there are various shown - I saw an oval one with your same flowers but they called them daisies or sunflowers ...
  50. I think that's a coin holder - can you slide a coin into the roller side?
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