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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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Brazil - "Hummingbird" Postage Stamp - Stampsin Stamps
1958 - Brazil - "Aircraft Carrier" Postage Stamp - Stampsin Stamps
1968 - Triumph Motorcycles Sales Brochure - Paperin Paper
1960 - Motor Cycle Care (Lubrication Guide) - Paperin Paper
1979-1988 - Chilton's Ford & Mercury Repair Manual - Classic Carsin Classic Cars
1985-1992 - GM Oldsmobile, Buick, Pontiac Repair Manual - Classic Carsin Classic Cars
River Fishing in Canada - circa 1917 - Photographsin Photographs
Farm Machinery in Canada - circa 1917 - Photographsin Photographs
1984 - Australia "Vintage Cars" Postage Stamps - Stampsin Stamps
St. Thomas & Prince Islds. "Antique Cars" Postage Stamps - Stampsin Stamps

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  1. I guess out of all of them, Utopia is the only one that is a fictional 'Road to'
  2. Many manufacturers made this type of lamp. Often the lamps were not signed, but if they are marked, the maker’s name or mark is usually found cast into the metal on the underside of the base. Sometime...
  3. I didn't look at the you tube until now - I remember these from the original commercials, part of my memory I haven't lost yet (and hope not to)
  4. St. George Slaying the Dragon - don't know what the obverse image is but the last pendant I saw like this was from the Vatican - maybe a souvenir??
  5. Hi Mani - jiminy, I thought I was losing track of time or just memory - you need to change your calender and for gosh sakes don't show bb the side shot, Miss Peggy will be showing too much boobs. -- L...
  6. The artwork itself is called; "Paesaggio fluviale con viandanti" or in English; "A River Landscape With Travelers" - it is by Vittoio Amedeo Cignaroli (1730-1800), an Italian painter from Torino of la...
  7. The Recordio discs were a product of the Wilcox-Gay Corp., which began in 1910 as a small company creating radios and transcription recorders in Charlotte, Michigan. - In 1939 they launched the Record...
  8. Green Giant "Baby Sprout"
  9. Research: Mersman-Congoleum two-tier side tables -- I believe the plastic coating is formica.
  10. http://www.usmilitariaforum.com/forums/index.php?app=core&module=attach&section=attach&attach_rel_module=post&attach_id=56485
  11. These medals were given to a Gold Star mother who participated in the WWI Gold Star Mothers' Pilgrimage to Europe in 1930. Authorized by Congress and paid for by government funds, the pilgrimage allow...
  12. Rein Zinn - is German for "Pure Tin" so it is not pewter.
  13. Here's the mugs with th pitcher; https://www.etsy.com/listing/232828236/vintage-1929-mccoy-barrel-green-pottery?ref=market
  14. Nelson McCoy Pottery; http://www.rubylane.com/item/810792-530/Mug-1926-Nelson-McCoy-Light-Blue
  15. The 2005 Jefferson nickel with the Buffalo was a circulating commemorative nickel. They are part of the "Westward Journey" nickel series.With a mintage of 448,320,000 being minted at the Philadelphia ...
  16. Happy 75th Birthday, Bugs!!!
  17. Hand-carved?? LOL - incised mark on base is a pattern number, same as Scott said, can't see your mark clearly - if there is an urn image inside the triangle it's a Gerz mark. - About 99% of steins fou...
  18. Fire-King produced thousands of patterns and if you don't find it in a pattern book it is more than likely restaurant wares (cafe, diner, even fast-food restaurant) - agree with valentino, this is 197...
  19. Just curious - where did you come across the exact date of 1929??
  20. Company is still in business under the same name - just that particular brand is no longer made or used.
  21. The ND-1 brand was trademarked 1978, discontinued 1986
  22. Sorry - but the 'CPC Made in Macau' sticker sorta denotes it as post-1940's
  23. Looks like this Blazon Catalina Racer from the mid 50's; https://www.pinterest.com/pin/42150946483444150/ - http://www.instappraisal.com/appraisal/metal-catalina-racer-hand-pump-car-made-blazon-ohio
  24. I realize firearms are not permitted on "da bay" - but that is for "sellers" and this particular site is "NOT FOR SELLERS" - just another unfortunate circumstance for the "Collectors" of specific cata...
  25. I second the motion on the "Firearms" catagory - there is also plenty of room for several different subcatagories - Handguns, revolvers, long guns, flintlocks, even by brands. I can't find anything in...
  26. It's a screw jack for raising old barn or house foundations.
  27. https://www.etsy.com/listing/44823552/omega-spherical-wind-up-antique-vintage
  28. Am I the only one that misses the hemostats off to the right side?
  29. Leather shoes for children - patent filed April 7, 1921 Imperial Children's Shoe Corp., Rochester, NY First link is for the brand trademark; https://books.google.com/books?id=hnSRAAAAMAAJ&pg=PA788...
  30. Put away wet - here is what original "old stock" would look like and in much better condition - your colors ahave all rusted away. http://www.ebay.com/itm/Harley-Davidson-Motor-Cycles-Sales-Service-M...
  31. If you want to date it, you need to do some research. A simple google search would show that King George V only served from 1910-1936. You don't show clear information on the others but by simply sear...
  32. https://myriadtradingco.files.wordpress.com/2010/05/royalnishiki91.jpg - "Royal Nishiki Nippon", made for the domestic Japanese market since 1906. Found in green. Also seen many Royal Nishiki item...
  33. Code J - VI = October 1990
  34. You're welcome Ness - not something to just toss in a drawer - many early car and motorcycle enthusiasts like to restore these and use period gauges - like Goodoody said, these weren't mounted all the...
  35. It's one of the post-1990 issues (1932-1990 they started stamping that base after 1990) but I can't see the manufacturer's date code - there should be a letter code and Roman numeral code stamped on b...
  36. Early 20th century - various applications could have been automobile or motorcycle (he also had some adapted to early WWI airplanes). Joseph W. Jones patented the speedometer in 1904 (link attached) a...
  37. Atlas Van Lines was a moving company - they put their stickers on everything in the truck - believe me, when we moved, they even stuck one on our cat. :)
  38. Approximately, no - estimated in the 1980's - values look to be in the $6 to $10 range depending on transfer scene.
  39. Believe this was a subdivision of Mt. Clemens Pottery - you can see a few of their steins with the same lid but different transfers made by the Nelson McCoy Company which arre incised on the bottoms w...
  40. T S T = Taylor Smith Taylor mark used 1901-1930
  41. oops, I meant above the "Limoges France", beneath the crown mark
  42. The L.R.L beneath the Limoges denotes "Lazeyras, Rosenfeld, and Lehman" - I cannot see the artist signature on the front clearly but it may be LUC, one of the Limoges artists' of the period - estimate...
  43. The Frankfurt /M is short for Frankfurt am Main - the 1/2 impressed on base is for 1/2 liter (size) - Original King impressed mark is for King-Werk (King Works) a.k.a. Würfel & Müller G.m.b.H. & Co. K...
  44. "China" is printed in English on the inside lid so I don't suspect it is very old - Sorry, I can't read the maker's mark.
  45. The Kanji symbol on the lid appears to be the symbol for "Happiness" http://www.amazon.com/Chinese-Symbols-Stickers-Graphics-HAPPINESS/dp/B003L1AARS
  46. agree with slackjack - basically with the large mouth it is considered a jar not a bottle - definitely not a liquor bottle, more than likely a condiment jar of some type (pickles, olives, marachino ch...
  47. Why you don't show the lid?
  48. "Drink what is clear" "Love what is rare"
  49. I could read part of it - I just couldn't enlarge more than once. - I believe it is German.
  50. Not very clear - but on the left side corner I can see (Orig. Radierung) which is Original Etching
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