clockerman

Coney Island Brooklyn NY Polar Bear club

I collect vintage radios and vintage clocks,,as well as coins, stamps. I love older items. Old photographs,,,glassware,,,toys,,. Fantastic web site and love theI collect vintage radios and vintage clocks,,as well as coins, stamps. I love older items. Old photographs,,,glassware,,,toys,,. Fantastic web site and love the stories and information shared by all. The images on my board cannot be reproduced in any way, shape or form by ANYONE They are for the sole use of Collector's Weekly only. Thanks CW. (Read more)

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Ingraham Travel Alarm Clock  Originally Purchased on USS LATIMER  PX - Clocksin Clocks
Add on for Esco-Like Prelude Creations Chalkware ASHTRAY - Tobaccianain Tobacciana
Christmas Ornaments Shiny Brite Poland - Christmasin Christmas
Vintage Vincent (e) Art  
Casino gift shop refugee-Prelude Creations Esco like Chalkware Ashtray - Tobaccianain Tobacciana
My Favorite House (GingerBread) in BROOKLYN NY - Photographsin Photographs
My Patrick Nagel "Shades" - Posters and Printsin Posters and Prints
Stoob Austrian Jug .. My First Foray into Austrian Jugs - China and Dinnerwarein China and Dinnerw…
I want to be a Nurse Part 3 Illustrations - Booksin Books
I want to be a Nurse Part 2 Some Illustrations - Booksin Books

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  1. I rode in an elevator with her. Her face was like fine glass. Very beautiful piece.
  2. Good save
  3. These balsa wood airplanes were great fun to build and display back in the 60s and 70s. Nice piece
  4. Very fun and cool item
  5. hAVE ONE FROM THE YANKEES AROUND THE MID 80S
  6. MARILYNN OOOOHH LALA
  7. wOW LOVE IT
  8. tHATS A WEIRDIE
  9. VERY NICE NAILS
  10. GORGEOUS
  11. VERY COOL
  12. TY FOR THE LOVE SEAN AND KATHERINE
  13. TY FOR THE lOVE SEAN
  14. TY FOR THE COMMENTS ky
  15. ty fopr the loves Micheal and Sean
  16. Thanks for the love Sean. still one of my favorite finds.
  17. Alas, I took the picture out of the frame and it was only a print. I still love the art. Was very thrilling for awhile, and it opened my eyes to more art.
  18. wow very sexy
  19. NICE SILVER HOARD.. SILVER IS AT A LOW OF AROUND 16 BUCKS AN OUNCE 3/23/15
  20. Think I had one of these and also a King Kong model around the late 60 s early 70 s. Very cool models
  21. In Brooklyn NY, WHERE I grew up we had the seven up bottling company one block from our ballfields. We would liberate a few wooden cases from the sides of the delivery truck. 7 up drivers never gav...
  22. nice,,,could it be 1940s or later.
  23. fun stuff for a buck
  24. These are wonderful pieces. The middle dish is very unusual. Great stuff.
  25. My Church http://olphbkny.org/parish-history https://c1.staticflickr.com/5/4087/4840616601_61811eeb52_z.jpg http://www-tc.pbs.org/godinamerica/art/sacredslide/bos_mission.jpg
  26. Beautiful Looks exactly like the Church I was married in. Our Lady oF PERPETUAL HELP Brooklyn NY Interior and exterior almost exact
  27. very nice box and lure.
  28. No wait,,he looks like KING RAT from the Nutcracker Suite.
  29. He is a bad guy..sneaky lil rat
  30. shoehorn??
  31. Saw one at my local Goodwill recently. They wanted 90 bucks. I thought that was a little much. Yours is nicer though.
  32. TY FOR THE LOVE GEO
  33. Maybe its a tool to scrape putty from the old glass window frames. Thats my guess.
  34. Now I remember. These tools were used to break the glass after scoring it with a glass cutter. The glass would be chipped piece by piece with the edge of those tools. I think
  35. I ll take a shot and say they are for replacing window panes. The glass is held by putting it into the grooves on the metal. Maybe,,I seem to remember using something like this 30-40 years ago.
  36. Thanks for the info Kerry. Good looking out. I tried to find more info but it's not that easy. Thanks for the loves Tom Kerry Bruce Geo Racer Mike Agh
  37. Very cool Its difficult to tell the size by the photos,,,how large is it?
  38. Father in law loved this stuff. I think they are still in business. A great apertif
  39. thanks antique rose and catteann
  40. thanks mike and tom
  41. Oh yeah, you needed 2 Floppy disks to run the dang machine. One had the programs and the other one was the master. Something like that. Then years later 3.5 disks came out. Then CDs. Technology is tak...
  42. 64 k wow. I remember them. My Uncle John was a computer guy so I remember playing blackjack on one of these back in the summer of 1977. The summer Elvis died. Man, I am getting old. Very cool. A:cd...
  43. Very nice. I actually got Listons autograph many years ago. He was just walking about the old neighborhood. Very nice guy.
  44. Very nice pick up. Good stuff.
  45. Holy Cow. Beautiful, gorgeous ladies. I love the sensuality with the shoes. OMG. Thank you.
  46. Thanks for the loves Thyrgbauh Ron M Nutsabotsa
  47. Thanks for the loves and the comments. I love these old glass ornaments, couldn't believe they were in the trash. He had also thrown out a whole bunch of boxes of Christmas lights but I was too e...
  48. Thanks Geo and Manikin
  49. Thanks for the love Manikin and Nutsabotsa
  50. Thanks for the love Virginia :) And and Racer4four AGHCOLLECT Petey.
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