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1st Sheds...... - Animalsin Animals
Star 4 radiator display shelf - Classic Carsin Classic Cars
WWII Oerlikon casing trench art shot glasses - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
My new walking plow!lol - Tools and Hardwarein Tools and Hardware
 Fair and Driving Association Stock Certificate - Paperin Paper
New Old Stock Keystone license plate topper - Classic Carsin Classic Cars
Muncie Chevrolet transmission factory - Classic Carsin Classic Cars
1953 Cushman 711 Highlaner - Motorcyclesin Motorcycles
Seasons Greetings from Quaker State Motor Oil! - Petrolianain Petroliana
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  1. I think these are called lithographed signs,painted but not by hand.And why do you think it was from 1910?U-M-S was started in 1916.I believe this sign is more like late 30's early 40's.
  2. Thanks KS!
  3. My grandpa swore by this brand,never had any others!
  4. Thanks for all the love!
  5. Thanks KS!
  6. I agree with caperkid,Just because I love Impalas...........;) http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/143127-more-emblems?in=575
  7. Thanks ww!
  8. I try Caperkid! Thank you!
  9. here is mine! http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/70630-odd-texaco-can?in=activity
  10. yeah,now if I can find the other sides!
  11. get to it Tom!I like these because I will never have the car but I can have lots of these shelves.
  12. http://wiredtohunt.com/2013/02/06/everything-you-need-to-know-about-shed-hunting/
  13. Thanks for the nice comments and love everyone!
  14. Thanks for the nice comments and love everyone!
  15. send it to me, I can store it for you;)
  16. LOL Trey!Thanks for the love everyone!
  17. No ,we saved them but they were sold later for a considerable amount.This would have been in the late 80's-early 90's
  18. I have a set with a point on them and a set with a star wheel like spurs.No start a collection!lol
  19. No problem Scott,we used to have a set of these,my grandpa had them in his scrap pile (still in great condition though)I was told the crimp was done on the sprockets of a tank.May be wrong though.
  20. can be used to train calves also...
  21. This is put around a cows neck to keep them out of the fence,it pokes them if they hit it.Probably not peta- approved these days.I would put a date on these of pre-1940's.
  22. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oerlikon_20_mm_cannon
  23. bobby wins!
  24. Thanks for the love!!!
  25. Thanks for the love!!!
  26. Nice!I wish I could do that to my '69 Opel Kadett L!
  27. lol you guys crack me up!Thanks for the love and comments!
  28. The amishmen beside me offered me a hose as soon as I bought it............:P
  29. my guess ,a fire...
  30. Thanks for the love!!!!!
  31. Thanks for the love!!!!!
  32. Thanks for the love!!!!!
  33. ok this is getting interesting!!!!!!I'm makin' popcorn............
  34. sewing machine oil cans
  35. another version,an SS plate- http://www.treasurenet.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=645691&stc=1&thumb=1&d=1339761961
  36. http://www.deactivated-guns.co.uk/images/uploads/Nazi%20dish/nazi_plate_2_2.jpg if they don't have this I would think fake...jmo!
  37. One way to tell a reproduction is they don't make the mounting holes oval.Unless some unscrupulous person modifies it!Real old ones have oval holes!
  38. from what I can find, Whitehead & Hoag was in business from 1892-1957.Hope this helps! And from the looks of e-bay (sold listings) there are some collectors out there looking for Streator ILL. items.
  39. http://acgsus.org/
  40. Thanks Nicefice,you never know what you'll find!
  41. lol!Thanks Nicefice!
  42. Thanks for the love everyone!
  43. Thanks for the love everyone!
  44. Thanks for the love everyone!
  45. Thanks for the love everyone!
  46. Thanks for the love and concern!lol
  47. And here is a bank version... http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/83406-heggie-simplex-boiler-coin-bank
  48. actually the "teeth" are smooth stainless steel with no actual teeth,the angle of the "teeth" (almost parallel with the ribbon) and the small amount of pressure that this clip can't produce is why I c...
  49. the steel tack that was nailed through it didn't help it at all....or the moth...
  50. I keep reading this sign and still can't find the damn phone!lmao!
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