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  1. I have a 1948 image of that emblem except it says "Locomotives" in black instead of Diesel Power.
  2. Try "Brio" (Sweden)
  3. It actually should be in "railroad signs" as it is for GM Diesel Locomotives.
  4. More than likely it is Calif Orig (California Pottery USA) - Beautiful ashtray.
  5. See your other post - Margaret Taylor Burroughs
  6. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Margaret_Taylor-Burroughs
  7. The Continental League was a proposed third major league for baseball in the U.S. and Canada, announced in 1959 and scheduled to begin play in the 1961 season. The league disbanded in August 1960 with...
  8. Good enough - that Ball logo was used from 1923 to 1933
  9. Misspelling is unique - it would have been the mold so there may be some more out there. The 8 on the bottom is the mold number. If you turn it around and give a picture of the "Ball" side logo I can ...
  10. Your welcome vetraio - I apologize for missing many of your items on my numerous visits to your posting page. - Congrats on your 500th post. :)
  11. I would agree entirely with TA - most likely of Italian origin. - That is not Zeus - he was an old guy with a beard and probably didn't look so good naked - I would more assume it to be Hermes or Adonis
  12. USA mark was commonly used among California pottery makers - pull out the lighter and see if any identification marks on that.
  13. I found this info - looks like they didn't actually have a dairy farm, just the "middle-man" -- Eisenberg Farm Products, "a Pennsylvania corporation, leases and operated a milk receiving plant in Eliz...
  14. It is the seal of Princeton University - the words are in Latin - DEI SUB NUMINE VIGET (Under God’s power she flourishes). On the outside of the circle SIGILLUM UNIVERSITATIS PRINCETONIENSIS (seal of...
  15. Probably Caterpillar - they all look the same except the color
  16. See mine posted here - I have a picture showing them being used by a baker - they are hand-carved so the value lies in the picture depictions. Try using them, the kids love the fancy cookies and you c...
  17. The gloss black paint was a mistake - shoulda used flat black or satin
  18. Value would depend on the condition - does it work? - For insurance purposes, I would estimate it around 150. - if you get it restored and working condition 650
  19. Phelps Factories out of Columbus OH produced Master-Tone phonographs. The Master Tone name was also used by Iroquois Sales Corp., Buffalo, NY around 1920. Both of these companies may have just been th...
  20. Its upside down - what does that little plate say on the back part?
  21. oops - I mean 45th Anniversary
  22. Nice post for the 25th Anniversary today.
  23. kit is early 70's
  24. Sandblast if you can, down to bare metal - use Rustoleum paint
  25. Jiminy moon - I thought I lost my eyesight :)
  26. You have overgraded this coin - no where near VF, I can see that clearly in the pictures, F12 at best, and that's pushing it, sorry
  27. Not worth getting graded - if you have an offer of 259, take it
  28. Value $75 in good condition - holed will bring that down somewhat
  29. Grand piano miniature decorative item - can use as a candy or nut (shelled) dish. - It's probably brass (magnet test), the nail is not original and may be metal. - If it's non-magnetic it is bronze or...
  30. Vegetable dish - Mark: M standing for Morimura in a wreath, crowned by Hand painted and below, NIPPON. Date: Introduced in 1911 and possible in use until 1921.
  31. I would use them but not in the microwave - basically I have had items that are clearly stamped "microwave safe" yet they have cracked
  32. Do you have the scale correct? According to Revell these are 1/96 scale 1960 Kit# H-390 / 1980 Kit# 5610 / 1988 Kit# 5622 - which is what you have. Only the box art changed for the three kits, everyt...
  33. Mark: M standing for Morimura in a wreath, crowned by Hand painted and below, NIPPON. Date: Introduced in 1911 and possible in use until 1921.
  34. There probably should have been a lid with it.
  35. Condensed milk can holder
  36. Ooooh - I had to enlarge to see the little papoose hiding in back. Love them.
  37. Maybe a matchsafe - striker is the ribbed part
  38. This reminds me of a ulu knife (eskimo) - skinning and cleaning animals
  39. By my experience, Kleenex are softer but they leave little lint pieces on the lens.
  40. You are more than welcome; Mason Fruit Jar and Bottle Co., Coffeyville, Kansas Produced 1885-1900
  41. Wreck of the Gunvor, Black Head, The Lizard, Cornwall. Wrecked on 6 April 1912. All the crew reached safety. - Your heading says 1917
  42. Just to clarify further; If your jar says "The Mason" - 1885-1900 If your jar says "The Mason's" - 1900-1907
  43. AHA - I just found a jar on ebay with your "The Mason" emblem with Ball over it name. The jar was made from an altered mold of The Mason fruit jar, after Ball Glass Manufacturing Co. bought out the Ma...
  44. Have you checked the silver parts for hallmarks? What about the back of the gold-tone charm? A general location of what part of the world you live in would help too.
  45. Leave this item posted - I will see if I can find more information on it -- I did notice the swoosh under the Mason is similar to the Ball, that is why I think Ball may have "used" that in their logo...
  46. Personally, I would carefully take apart the lid
  47. John Mason (the inventor) held the patent on the jar and the lid from 1858-1878 - he also included the patent number embossed on his jars - The Ball Company did not start producing jars until 1880 and...
  48. Guhl & Harbeck lathe type Jupiter Pencil Sharpener - I never would have guessed that. Good research
  49. I can find an advertisement for this that goes back as far as 1966
  50. Does the jar say Atlas on it too or just the lid?
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