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1940 - Airfoil Sections for the Aeromodeller - Booksin Books
1942 - "Model Airplane News" Magazine (August) - Paperin Paper
1942 - Aircraft Spotters' Guide - Paperin Paper
1957 - The Army-Air Force Song Book - Musicin Music
1944 - U.S. Military Eductaion Manual (Forestry) - Booksin Books
1978 - "CAPEX Issue" Souvenir Sheet (US) - Stampsin Stamps
1956 - "Philatelic Exhibition" Souvenir Sheet (US) - Stampsin Stamps
1947 - "Philatelic Exhibition" Souvenir Sheet (US) - Stampsin Stamps
1937 - "National Parks" Souvenir Sheet (US) - Stampsin Stamps
1936 - "Philatelic Exhibition" Souvenir Sheet (US) - Stampsin Stamps

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  1. ZIP = Zone Improvement Plan
  2. Homer Laughlin "Hudson" lines were only made from 1908 to 1920. - Your date code of 11 20 N is November 1920. - I could not find the pattern name.
  3. This is the pattern I remember from childhood although I don't have any left. https://www.etsy.com/listing/235751288/20-off-sale-8-golden-wheat-dinner-plates?ref=market
  4. This one says USA China but still identifies it as Homer Laughlin "Golden Wheat" https://www.etsy.com/listing/221692320/usa-china-golden-wheat-oval-platter?ref=unav_listing-other
  5. Oops, wrong pattern, the wheat is different
  6. Her it is - "Golden Wheat" http://www.replacements.com/webquote/HLCGOWHE.htm
  7. Everyone that has these posted says it is a Homer Laughlin pattern; https://www.etsy.com/listing/175536451/vintage-12-x-9-homer-laughlin-serving?ga_order=most_relevant&ga_search_type=vintage&ga_view_...
  8. Can you lighten these pix up a little Lulu?
  9. The value is in the pen - add about 20% to pen value for the original box and packaging - foam, plastic, cardboard - it makes no difference
  10. Hi vintagelamp - thanks for looking: http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/105121-1976--u-s-bicentennial--first-day-c?in=collection-2547 - http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/105124-1976--off...
  11. Many of these old oils really brighten up the colors when they are professionally cleaned - some of them are well worth the expense
  12. Your pix are WAY too small
  13. Happy 4th Moonstone (and kitty cat) - Blast away?? - I had a combination of fireworks, thunder & lightning, and lots of gunfire last night (I hate the gunfire because they just shoot randomly into the...
  14. I believe crazycat has it right except I think this is actually the inner part of a pasta pot or vegetable, etc. "steamer". It would go into a larger pot and use the middle brim to set on. Somewhat l...
  15. I wouldn't clean them any more than just getting off dust andd dirt (soapy water), "polishing" them would be a big mistake.
  16. "Springtime Marigold" http://www.replacements.com/webquote/HLCSPRING.htm
  17. I would say those definitely originated in India based on both the theme and the techniques. More than likely they are hand-made.
  18. F & Sons is "Ford & Sons" - I couldn't find your mark to date it but I think I found a blue and white in the same shape. http://www.blueandwhite.com/museum2.asp?p=images/products/FORD49073F.jpg&t=For...
  19. Here's the tallboy glasses in the same pattern - signed Mira https://www.etsy.com/listing/219541908/mid-century-tallboy-glasses-gold?ref=market
  20. Thanks for looking fortapache Here is a set of 1976 Bicentennial Souvenir sheets with stamps of different denominations and perforation sizes. - I don't have these in my set as I was just beginning b...
  21. That's good you got it open - I hope you didn't hack up the wood like the guy in the link did - EGADS!! - Can you take a picture of the machine itself now? - I think the number you gave is the serial ...
  22. The case is referred to as a "Bentwood Case" - here is what the key should look like, it has a "T" slot head. - Don't go by the price on the auction site because there are several available for cheape...
  23. Here is the original patent; Boyd H. Smith - Inventor Filed March 12, 1935 https://www.google.us/patents/US2040714
  24. If you can't find what you need, just google "hubley rubber tires" - there seems to be quite a few suppliers. - Good luck. :)
  25. Try this guy; http://redstoyparts.com/tires.html
  26. Looks like your logo was used 1963-1981 http://logos.wikia.com/wiki/Texaco
  27. Technically this is not a Hummel - It is a Goebel The number is HM12 2/0 - Bee Mark 1960-1972
  28. A in a circle - Armstrong Cork Company (Glass Division), Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Mark was used from 1938-1969 on bottles
  29. Actually you have three retired #20's listed there; Lem Barney 1967-1977 Barry Sims 1980-1984 Barry Sanders 1989-1998 The misprint is it should be Billy Sims not Barry Sims
  30. According to the wiki site, the last board game version was in 2005, but there are several "copycats" and "knock-offs" - there is also an electronic version.
  31. Yours is actually the 1965 version - the only thing they changed on the box was the age "6-14" changed to "8-16". - The All-Male version was also 1965 but it was discontinued very quickly due to lack ...
  32. Here's the 1972 Edition; https://blogdottawkifydotcom.files.wordpress.com/2012/05/46141.jpeg and here's the 2005 Edition; http://www.ebay.com/itm/MYSTERY-DATE-CLASSIC-GAME-2005-MILTON-BRADLEY-COMPL...
  33. Yeah, I remember one way back in the 60's when my dad was gettin' a tire changed. I was only about 6 years old. - Now you can't even find a garage or a service station for that matter.
  34. Here is the Marilyn Monroe one - mine is worth virtually nothing because the model is an "unknown"; http://www.ebay.com/itm/Marilyn-Monroe-Calendar-Golden-Dreams-Overlay-Pinup-1954-VTG-Baby-Doll-Lith...
  35. Build plate information? (lower right pic 1)
  36. How about this other 1965 version - a little before it's time maybe? http://dannymiller.typepad.com/.a/6a00d8341cca7b53ef01157023ea61970b-pi
  37. EPNS = Electro Plated Nickel Silver There are several items shown with the same mark but no one seems to know the maker. It showns up here as "unidentified"; http://www.sterlingflatwarefashions.com/...
  38. For some reason the wiki link in comment 3 goes to the wrong link; "Mystery Date is a board game from the Milton Bradley Company released in 1965, designed by Marvin Glass. It was marketed to girls 6...
  39. Original in 1965 was age 6 to 14 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mystery_Date_(game) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XHsQpTbQ9Uo
  40. "For girls age 8 to 16" - WOW
  41. Yep, over 70 years and still going strong - they changed the bottle a little making it slightly narrower with a longer neck and "modernized" the label.
  42. Try "Fischer & Mieg of Pirkenhammer" (Austria then Czecoslovakia) - Here is another item posted on CW with the mark; http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/89590-1873-1918-bohemian-fischer-and-mieg-...
  43. The writing is either arabic or aramaic
  44. The Thomas mark dates it to between 1959 and 1977 Sorry, don't know the pattern name
  45. The ones with designs usually get more interest. - Those screw-on caps date them later too. - No glass "marks" on bottoms?
  46. I saw that Rudall brand one but it was much earlier in the 1830's. Their address then was Rudall & Rose and they were also located in Strand. - I believe the wood is cocus wood not rosewood (that was ...
  47. Here is his wiki bio - He was the instrument seller, not the maker, but it gives you a good idea of the circa - 19th century; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Limbird
  48. J. (John) Limbird's Stationary and Music Warehouse 143, Strand (near to Somerset House), London Several references going back to between 1829 and 1840
  49. The "triangle" is actually an "A" - the ABPC mark is a touchmark for the Association of British Pewter Craftsmen - it looks like it was almost double stamped
  50. The first two letters of the serial number should be letters abbreviating the model or size of the frame such as "XL", "XXL", CR24, or something like that. -- Yours is "CH" for Challenger. The followi...
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