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1896 - "Tales of Shakespeare" by Charles and Mary Lamb - Booksin Books
1896 - "Representative Men" by Ralph Waldo Emerson - Booksin Books
1975 - Roosevelt Dime - Lamination ERROR - US Coinsin US Coins
"Magic Coin" - Two-headed Penny-Dime - US Coinsin US Coins
Arcade Token - "The Great Escape" - US Coinsin US Coins
Sun Oil Co. "Landmarks" Token - Hoover Dam - US Coinsin US Coins
Poland - "Cows & Cattle" Postage Stamps - Stampsin Stamps
1977 - Romania "Gymnastics" Postage Stamps - Stampsin Stamps
1946 - Russia "Red Square" Postage Stamp - Stampsin Stamps
1977 - Russia "Icebreakers" Postage Stamps - Stampsin Stamps

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  1. I think Depression era too - doubt the adoption story as they would get rid of that big dog before they got rid of their kids. - Maybe if Manikin looks she could circa date that doll?
  2. I think pewter - it has that "brushed" look to it - google "stirrup cups" and look at the images - there is a vast assortment - Is this yours? https://www.etsy.com/listing/122649366/vintage-figural-b...
  3. First time I've seen a bull one like yours - probably pewter not aluminum
  4. Look at this set - GUCCI http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/63147-vintage-gucci-stirrup-cup-silver-plated
  5. Also called a "stirrup cup" - heres mine; http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/118909-vintage-pewter-fox-head-stirrup-cup?in=collection-2558
  6. These actually have texture to them, like feeling the brush strokes.
  7. I never really liked this design - I would take an old late 50's-early 60's over this space-age design ANYTIME - 150 mph is just fine for me :)
  8. Scott's right - the 1987 Hygrade cards had a green border, the promo cards issued same year had an orange border. http://millercards.net/bscarddetails.php?cardID=53132
  9. I remember buying this way back in the early 70's off one of those novelties ads in a comic book. I won a lot of coin tosses with this. LOL
  10. http://www.nationalmcmuseum.org/featured-machine-harley-davidson-snow-mobile/
  11. Would a watch crystal work for you? - Something like this; http://www.esslinger.com/watch-glass-round-flat-mineral-glass-crystals-1mm-thick.aspx
  12. Very cool!
  13. Resin or ceramic?
  14. Hello Vladimir - Happy Liberation Day! - Is this some of the Treasure of Malaya Pershchepina you mention depicted on these Bulgarian stamps I posted tonite? http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/15...
  15. Wonderful!! - I especially love that Peanut Butter tin, milking a Peanut cow LOL :)
  16. I am dark green with envy - the stoppers add a large premium especially since your corks are not damaged. - For safety, don't get any of that poison on you if there is still some in the bottles, in fa...
  17. Incidentally, H.B. Co. is "Hudson Bay Co" and I may have underestimated the value in comment above as one just sold on ebay for $337. :) - really nice find
  18. Your bottles are circa 1900-1915 and estimated value at $80-130 each, with stopper is a premium.
  19. Contact the Hagley Museum & Library - this would be the place where your historic items would be preserved. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hagley_Museum_and_Library
  20. For you Vladimir
  21. No, sorry
  22. "Nippon" would denote pre-1921 but I cannot see the rest of the mark - I can read the 'Hand painted' but I cannot clearly see the emblem in the center.
  23. Mark: "Komaru" symbol crowned by "Noritake" in handwritten logotype format and below, "Made in Japan" - a date around 1930 seems likely.
  24. No, not a Zippo - more than likely a "restart" company from the Occupied Japan period - all I could find on the company is that they are still in business and they say they have been for 60 years, whi...
  25. http://www.ehow.com/how_7196713_unlock-antique-rolltop-desk.html
  26. Your lighter was made in Japan by the Prince Mfg. Company. The YBC mark in diamond on the bottom left is the factory that made and stamped the case only. (In other words, I have seen other Prince ligh...
  27. SEAN68 has one of these too! - I remember seeing it posted.
  28. International Union of the United Automobile Workers of America - the UAW was founded in 1935
  29. May be Shirley Jeter - she also did watercolors including homes, but it looks like hers are signed with complete 'Shirley Jeter' signature. You could check her site and ask her though. - http://shirle...
  30. Herold Products was originally Spartus Company - when it was bought and moved to Chicago in 1951, the company name was changed to Herold Products Co. - During the 1950-60's Herold Products Co. produce...
  31. Made by the American School Furniture Company, either by Haney's company itself under contract or when American Furniture obtained the patent. Circa early 1900's http://www.furniturecityhistory.org/c...
  32. I have the Sand Crab except in the gold color - no flowers
  33. Not an error - it is IMPOSSIBLE for this to occur in the minting process. PERIOD
  34. People AREN'T thinking - that' what makes it good for us pickers.
  35. Sincerest thoughts and prayers, Phil.
  36. Thanks TA
  37. I have that bird emblem one on one of my souvenir spoons - first time I've seen it elsewhere and couldn't identify it's origin previously. http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/115666-souvenir-spoo...
  38. These are pretty much some of the very first movies I remember watching with my dad - westerns and war movies - I hate the tv movies, they cut so much out for ad space. Thanks for looking Phil :)
  39. Early 30's - Radio City Music Hall didn't open til 1932
  40. Ricky Nelson 12 years later - one of my favorite tunes. Hard to believe he died 30 years ago. :( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uAHR7_VZdRw
  41. Yes, I know exactly who you are thinking about. There are a few on here that are simply on my "ignore" list, basically just making their bad faults public, but always remember they are outnumbered by ...
  42. CindB - Psychology 101 - "If someone treats you like sh*t, just remember there is something wrong with them, not you. Normal people don't go around destroying other human beings"
  43. Since this is the 1961 program, the photo (pic 3 & 4) is from the prior year 1960 race which had four Corvettes in the starting lineup (cars #1,2,3,&4) - car #3 is shown in pic4 and directly behind it...
  44. Lefton China Hand-painted Reg. U.S. Patent office - looks like a 1960's Japan-made import - the red Lefton stickers probably came off or were removed
  45. Says 1975-1997 http://www.replacements.com/webquote/ROASIB.htm?rplSrc=KX&rplSubEvent=1570430&dvc=c&gclid=Cj0KEQiAvKunBRCfsum9z6fu_5IBEiQAu4lg4mrehBVX75qHWZoozauXRZPoOAmwmOROo1h3La48b6YaAsva8P8HAQ
  46. bb's right on - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bolas
  47. Twins - that's the first thing I noticed, why they were dressed the same. I notice also the three men have the same type of caps on with an emblem, wonder if those are military caps?
  48. I Love Lucy and always will - priceless
  49. I have a 1950's advertisement for Amelia Earhart luggage but this is the first actual suitcase I've ever seen.
  50. Owens Illinois Glass mark (O over diamond) "Sunsweet Juice" - words below say Pat. Applied For circa 1930's - 1940's
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