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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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1988 - Marilyn Monroe Poster - Posters and Printsin Posters and Prints
Cat Poster "Don't Ask" - Posters and Printsin Posters and Prints
1965 - U.S. Air Force Aircraft Poster - Posters and Printsin Posters and Prints
Frederic Remington print - "New Year on the Cimarron" - Visual Artin Visual Art
Frederic Remington print - "Fight For The Waterhole" - Visual Artin Visual Art
Frederic Remington print - "The Flight" - Visual Artin Visual Art
1920's - Kraft Cheese Recipes Booklet - Booksin Books
1918 - Bread Recipes (War Rationing - Canada) - Booksin Books
45rpm Record - "The Beatles" (1965) - Recordsin Records
45rpm Record - "The Beatles" (1970) - Recordsin Records

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  1. Here is the link to the Collectors Weekly write-up. There are some great links at the bottom - http://www.collectorsweekly.com/tobacciana/matchbox-labels
  2. Here is a general opinion informational item on matchbook collecting; http://matchcoverguy.com/matchcover-collectors-price-guide/
  3. Diet Pepsi was introduced in 1964, but the Caffeine-free Pepsi Free wasn't introduced until 1982. - Diet Pepsi-Free was both a caffeine-free and sugar-free variant. - The Pepsi-Free name was phased ou...
  4. The MGM Grand opened in 1973 - notice the signage - the headliner is Sergio which would be Sergio Franchi, below that is Joan Rivers -- "When the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino opened at the end of 1973, ...
  5. Lucky wood stainless cutlery out of Japan - here's the berry spoon, the other appears to be a grapefruit spoon; http://global.rakuten.com/en/store/belleseve/item/luckywood_11600-17/
  6. "Borsalino" made a hat called the Grand Prix Paris 1900
  7. http://www.antiques-atlas.com/antique/luterma_plywood_hat_box_russian__paris_marks1900/as342a810
  8. Fabian and Carmen McRae at the MGM - WOW!
  9. Any other words or numbers stamped on it other than the visible 2604? Actual measurements would help too.
  10. Not watching playoffs - I have no cable TV service
  11. Apparently also called "knitting knobbies" or "corkers" http://www.newenglandsimpleliving.com/spoolknitting.htm
  12. I believe it's called a "spool knitter"
  13. After-market chrome air filter cover with non-functioning side ports -- simply a "dress-up" item.
  14. Picture of the bottom, please
  15. It is a "good luck" pocket token - the face depicts Janus, the mythological Roman God of Transitions.
  16. Potato masher? http://www.vermontbowl.com/product/KIT_Potato_Masher.html
  17. Get the patent#'s and also the mold#'s off the side of the bodies - there should also be the country name where they were made. - Pez dispensers are easily dated by these numbers. - go t this wiki sit...
  18. The two T's in diamonds is the Takito mark but the Hand-painted Made in Japan would place it in the 1920's-1940 circa range - otherwise it would have been stamped "Nippon"
  19. A current liter bottle costs about $25 in the store - so go get a 12 pack of Coca-Cola, a couple of lemons, and serve some Cuba Libre's for Cinco de Mayo :)
  20. https://juanpa03.files.wordpress.com/2013/08/evolucion-logos-bacardi.jpg
  21. For one thing, that says Chevrolet not Cherrolet
  22. I think this is a ceramics kiln - Fritz Hezinger was in the ceramics and glassmaking profession - look at this coin I found online; http://www.ma-shops.com/mueller/item.php5?id=12476&lang=en&curr=EUR
  23. I believe it is Adam Jablonski http://www.bohaglass.co.uk/adam-jablonski/
  24. Oops - never mind - it appears to have corrected itself when I submitted my comment - you can go ahead and delete these two comments. Thanks, Tony
  25. Hi pw - love the watch but is your description all garbled? It's showing up quite strange on my screen. Even some of the letters are cut in half?
  26. Sorry - after further research the above valuation was based on the same bottle in the olive green color glass - I could not find any valuation listed for the blue glass.
  27. This bottle lists for $1000-1100 in the 2012 edition of the Antique Trader Bottles Identification & Price Guide
  28. http://everythingantique.co.uk/shop/copper-and-brass-bell-shaped-tea-caddy/
  29. Yes - it is old and yes it is a GOOD piece
  30. mowgli - here is a "sticker" link for Japan figurine labels - at the bottom of the page is another link for other countries. http://hrgallery.8m.com/marks.html
  31. The "65" embossed on the bottom is the year code 1965
  32. Here is the same thing posted on CW 3 years ago; http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/65112-jim-beam-whisky-decanter?in=1293
  33. Mine was a gift so it didn't cost me a cent - Hobby Lobby carries a lot of collector and hobby supplies I can't find elsewhere - I steer clear of their "decoratives" section.
  34. As noted on the ebay ad - this is a 1979 issue - made in large quantities - the one on ebay is $2.75 with original box so, no - it's not rare.
  35. More collectors would look at this if you rearrange your pictures so the vase is shown first :)
  36. Hobby Lobby is an Arts & Crafts store chain in the U.S. founded in 1972. Here is an example of one of my items bought around the mid-80's http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/114666-cast-iron-192...
  37. Incidentally, you can contact the company direct for information - Zippo lighters are guaranteed for life and you can send in your lighters and they will put them in working condition, they will also ...
  38. http://www.zippo.com/about/article.aspx?id=1582
  39. ( .. Zippo . ) = 1963
  40. Picture 2 bottom look for some "dots" on each side of the Zippo. Picture 3 - ( ||| Zippo || ) should be 1969 date code
  41. There should be a T.N. in a diamond trademark stamped on it somewhere.
  42. Jim Beam Cleopatra and Anthony - 1962 issue - would have had a white stopper top. Whoever made it into a lamp ruined it as a Beam collectible but don't worry, they are quite plentiful and available fo...
  43. I also noted the U.S.A.F. - it was still Army Air Force before 1947.
  44. Made by a company called TN Nomura Japan - It was one of the biggest and most prolific of all post-war Japanese toy makers and was specialized in mostly mechanical and wind-up friction toys featuring ...
  45. Are you talking about the star and bar insignia bb?
  46. Values of used Zippos are determined by condition, topic, and demand. Your bottom pictures are too blurry for me to give you the manufacture years.
  47. Bejing Olympic Games souvenir product
  48. Ben - I made a list of what I have before I moved 4 years ago and simply cannot find some of my lesser knowns - The Troggs, Los Bravos, Ramsey Lewis Trio, Sam the Sham, even L.Von Drake - of course I ...
  49. I've had these Beatles records for decades and never even realized the sleeves were different on front and back.
  50. Missing you Aims :) - Happy Easter :)
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