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1957 - Indian Motorcycles Repair Manual - Paperin Paper
1952 - Ann Sothern for Fedders Air Conditioners - Advertisement - Advertisingin Advertising
1951 - Joan Crawford for Realist Cameras - Advertisement - Advertisingin Advertising
1950 - Recipe Booklet "Vegetables" - Booksin Books
Bronze Miniature "Victory" Cannon Replica - Toysin Toys
Matchbox "Toys 'R` Us" Anniversary Rig - Model Carsin Model Cars
1954 - Gourmet Magazine Cover - Paperin Paper
Guide to Florida - Poisonous Snakes - Booksin Books
1950's Ford Truck - Classic Carsin Classic Cars
Vintage Sears Wire Cutter/Stripper/Crimper Tool - Tools and Hardwarein Tools and Hardware


  1. It may have belonged to someones grandmother but it was made in circa 1980's-1990's - google "Timex collectible mini clocks" - offered in various case types including motorcycle, locomotive, antique c...
  2. This photo was taken about 2 months prior to my brothers first marriage - 2 years later it was primered part black and part gray - I last saw it in 2004, up on concrete blocks just rusting away. I thi...
  3. Just a guess TC based on a very vague and incomplete description on the part of the poster (one picture, no measurements, etc.) - pattern circa is 2010-discontinued
  4. Looks like "Chatham"
  5. Ripley - I only saw these in a 1948 and 1949 advertisement (it is listed on ebay), the 1942 date I referenced in comment #1 was rechecked and it actually says "whiskey distilled in 1942 and bottled in...
  6. Meriah - Just an assumption - but the 47 is probably the date code for 1947 -Ripley, I was also trying to date by retail by use of printed advertisements which I found for both 1948 and 1949 - basic...
  7. Ripley is right on the mark if you want to date the actual sale date of the product which can be done by the tax stamp (and also the state it was sold in). The actual decanter bottle may have been mad...
  8. This was issued as a set which included a Ferrari F50, '97 Corvette, and '68 Mustang Cobra Jet - I'm pretty sure I bought the set just to get the Mustang
  9. This is a "gift decanter" usually offered around Christmas time - they are shown in advertisements I found from 1948 and 1949 but there is another reference as early as 1942. - The tax stamp is also c...
  10. You can determine the size by simply using a measuring cup of water - does it hold 1 quart or 2 quarts? - Crushed Fruit Jar is the item name
  11. Please read the text information on page 2 of the above link - the answers are all there. - First pattern patent was on the 2 quart crushed fruit jar Aug 23, 1910 - it is shown in the 1913 catalog and...
  12. Scroll down to page 7 on this link;
  13. Thanks TA for your assistance.
  14. The Sculptor's Way - Google Books › Art › Techniques › General go to the above link and at the bottom of the page it says "Selected pages" - the one to the far right says page 19 cl...
  15. Re: "Sculptors Way" - you have to scroll down several pages to PLATE 9 (page 19) "Animal Studies" by Alice Decker - it shows several of her animal figures including your penguin all on the same page. ...
  16. - Item#: 65797 Manufacturer Status: Discontinued Circa: 1948 - Pattern: Chevonia by Noritake [N CHEV] Pattern #: 6003 Description: BLUE & TAN BORDER,FLORAL SPRAYS,CREAM
  17. The pattern is called "Chevonia"
  18. Is this your post from 2 years ago?
  19. Alice Decker - 1901-1979 I could only find a few examples of her work; #1) - "Sleeping Cat" wood sculpture sold at a Skinner Auction in 2012 for $1185 #2) - "Sculptor's Way" - a google book you can...
  20. The Reid S. Baker in your link is based in New York City and Long Island. - It could very well be a relative or ancestor. - Look at this advertising stamp circa 1922 - i think you have to copy and pas...
  21. Reid S. Baker was a Camera and Photographics Supplies store in the early 1900's located at 938 F Street, Washington, DC - simply google "reid s baker kodak cameras washington dc" and there are numerou...
  22. Nail puller
  23. Henry Stahlhut's vintage cover illustration from the September 1954 Gourmet magazine featured 'Entrecôte à la Mirabeau,' a rib steak with a garnish lattice of anchovies and stuffed green olives surrou...
  24. Owens-Illinois Glass Company The #2 is the plant code - Fairmont, West Virginia The #3 is the date code = 1943 The #9 is the mold number
  25. Thanks Mani - inspired to post this by your old truck photo
  26. The profile pic is a porcelain figurine - it is posted in my "Dalmatian Dogs" collection
  27. check "Maruyama Toki Yamashiro Ryuhei"
  28. Buffalo Grunt - YouTube
  29. google "vintage glove clips"
  30. Released January, 1949
  31. #A-15320 - Released 1926
  32. I have the "Lion Country Safari" here in Florida - less than 3 miles away - always an enjoyable afternoon, especially when I need to replace a side mirror or windshield wipers. :)
  33. BigSarge - the statement you show above is from the "West Bend" company history - "The West Bend Aluminum Company was incorporated in 1911 and the Kewaskum Aluminum Company, eventually purchased by R...
  34. Ripley - I would tend to trust the Official Girl Scout Museum website more than a "branding company" website. (also the fact the Regal name wasn't used until 1945) - If you notice in the pictures prov...
  35. This is a circa post-1954 kit - the absence of the cup and plaid carrybag are what would determine if 1950's or 1960's circa - the 1940's era did not have the trefoil (GS symbol) stamped on the utensi...
  36. American Brewing Association 1893-1918 (Railroad and 2nd Street) Adolphus Busch founded the American Brewing Association, one of three Texas breweries he had interests in. These breweries were never ...
  37. It says GS at the top of the emblem - "google Regal Aluminum Girl Scout mess kit" - I believe Regal Aluminum either merged with or was a subsidiary of West Bend
  38. Your posting has me confused - That IS the Official Girl Scouts emblem on the handle and the maker was Regal Aluminum
  39. My best guess would be the mythological "Phoenix"
  40. stamps are 1955-1958 period
  41. BillD - just to be clear with you - comment #3 (peeve) refers to the posting at the link shown in comment #1, not yours. :)
  42. One of my peeves about this site - the post is still showing as "unsolved" although it was identified - luckily the comments that identified them were still there because when a CW user leaves the sit...
  45. Does little to identify the maker - basically just identifying the music - many of these had the mechanisms made in Austria and the boxes made in Germany, and/or vice versa - It looks like in picture ...
  46. On the Beautiful, Blue Danube Waltz (by Johann Strauss) Artist's Life Waltz (by Johann Strauss) Viennese Citizens' Waltz (by Carl Michael Ziehrer)
  47. "Syucu (Girl from Bali)" by Walter Lambert circa 1960's - Walter Lambert (1897-1986) was also the original artist for the Leyland Motors calendars, which started in the early 1930's and were famous ar...
  48. Sorry vetraio - I inadvertently had deleted some of my "Loves" from your postings and will be reapplying them accordingly.
  49. AH - if you do not start copying and pasting the identification comment into your description and removing the item from the "unsolved mysteries" categories the identification will be lost because whe...
  50. Thanks again - I think so far of what I have posted may be a couple of the japanese pieces in my Porcelain & China collection - a lot of them I haven't even posted simply because I can't get a decent ...
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