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1997 - John Wayne VHS Tapes Set - Electronicsin Electronics
1994 - Johnny Carson VHS Tapes Set - Electronicsin Electronics
1997 - Scott U.S. First Day Cover Catalogue - Booksin Books
1996 - Scott U.S. Pocket Stamp Catalogue - Booksin Books
1996 - McDonald's "101 Dalmatians" Snow Dome - Advertisingin Advertising
1998 - NASCAR Ricky Rudd "Tide" Race Car Plush Toy - Toysin Toys
Lime Green Frosted Vinyl Handbag - Bagsin Bags
KAELA "World Traveler" Handbag - Bagsin Bags
1953 - Bing Crosby for General Electric - Advertisement - Advertisingin Advertising
1948 - Bob Hope for Remington Shavers - Advertisement - Advertisingin Advertising

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  1. Just a thought - that may be "Mc Van"
  2. 1952 "Canada Goose" - Scott# 320 - I have this one also
  3. 1951 Commemorative - Scott# 314 - 100 years of British North American postal administration - shows an 1851 "Threepenny Beaver" stamp
  4. oops, forgot the catalog# - Scott #301
  5. Stamp issued October, 1950 - Commemorating Canada's fur industry.
  6. Yes, King George V - Scott# 196 issued in 1932 - you finally have one that I have in my collection too :)
  7. With my huge collection, I never bought an actual album - I use "stock books" which have black pages and strips of the clear plastic across in rows. That way I never have to damage the gum and I can m...
  8. I think Radio Shack dated their products by the catalog number - So your 68-1033 would be a 1968 product.
  9. Hard to tell on these as there were issues with different color variations. I think this is Queen Victoria - Scott#67 issued in 1897-1898 - worth $1 if it is
  10. Queen Victoria - Scott#77 issued in 1899 - sorry, only worth 20¢ Leave this one and remove the other - this picture is better.
  11. You already posted this one??
  12. Queen Victoria - Scott# 37 - regular issue from 1873
  13. King George V - Scott# 120 - A regular issue first issued in 1925. - Catalog value used about $2.25
  14. Commemorative stamp issued May 15th, 1939 -- Scott # 246 "Princess Elizabeth & Princess Margaret Rose" - Commemorates the visit to Canada and the U.S. by George VI and Queen Elizabeth - This is my fav...
  15. Commemorative stamp issued May 15th, 1939 -- Scott # 248 "King George VI and Queen Elizabeth" - Commemorates the visit to Canada and the U.S. by George VI and Queen Elizabeth
  16. It is the third from the set - Commemorative stamp issued May 15th, 1939 -- Scott # 247 "War Memorial, Ottawa" - Commemorates the visit to Canada and the U.S. by George VI and Queen Elizabeth
  17. King George V - Scott# 119 - A regular issue first issued in 1912 and afterward to about 1924. - Catalog value used about $1.25
  18. The plastic backing is a "hinge mount", used by collectors so they don't have to hinge the stamp itself to mount in an album - a "hinged" stamp is when the hinge is actually attached to the back of th...
  19. Excellent!!
  20. Ripley - LOL - you could have added it's the June 1980 issue :)
  21. Published monthly by Elvifrance - 1979-1980 (12 different issues) -- Elvifrance was a French comic book publisher, specializing in digest-sized publications founded in 1970 and ceased operations in 19...
  22. The mark is for "Wild Brothers Potteries" - England - probably circa 1904 to mid 1920's
  23. Your welcome - the language is indeed Greek
  24. http://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/La_buona_figliuola
  25. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pamela;_or,_Virtue_Rewarded
  26. The other is for removing corn from a cob
  27. The gold Z sticker on the back is their manufacturers mark
  28. Zeta Studio D'Arte srl Via del Volontariato n. 21/23 60022 Castelfidardo (AN) Italia - Manufacturer of religious plaques, sculptures, frames etc. Established in 1978. The business of Aurelio Alabardi....
  29. The long tail one is circa 1950's and the shorter one is circa 1960-1972.
  30. I remember 70's era we had a set of wood and cork drink coasters in something like this. Not the same lid decal though, ours had some kind of flowers decals.
  31. They are worth more than "not much" but I cannot say the value here.
  32. These both have a Goebel mark, although different eras - Goebel is the same maker that makes the Hummel figurines.
  33. Or it could be Catalonian language - means same thing
  34. Restaurat is Romanian for "restored"
  35. Published by SRI Publishing Company, Ft. Worth, Texas from 1965-1983 for a total of 170 issues.
  36. 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)...
  37. 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. - ...
  38. The stopper also had a cork piece surrounding the bottom tit. If you google the fenton hobnail 389 you will see a description.
  39. 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.
  40. Fenton Perfume French Opalescent Hobnail 389 - should have a round white glass stopper
  41. 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.
  42. 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...
  43. 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'
  44. Fireplace starter
  45. Search - Brendel & Loewig (Berlin)
  46. 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.
  47. 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
  48. miKKochristmas has the same thing with a blue stone http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/53215-atterbury-victorian-milk-glass-glove-box
  49. Closer to mid-1930's
  50. I like the sketch more too - the painting has that "creepy clown" look
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