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trgrubaugh

Fort Worth, tx

We collect old Bibles, Elephants, milk bottles and dust..

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Herpy's Dairy Milk Bottle - Bottlesin Bottles
Old Squeak Toy Kewpie Doll?? - Toysin Toys
Stone Elephant Collection - Animalsin Animals
Old Dresser with Wooden Casters  - Furniturein Furniture
Air India Brass Cassette Box - Advertisingin Advertising
Red Dog Pull Toy Brio Toy Company Sweden pre 1950s?? - Toysin Toys
1940 Disney Dumbo 2 sided Cookie Jar - Kitchenin Kitchen
Rodewald Farm's Dairy Milk Bottle - Bottlesin Bottles
Weaver's Quality Blue Ribbon Milk Bottle - Bottlesin Bottles
Fairmont Hotel San Francisco Dinner Menu plate Dec 31 1999 Millennium Souvenir - China and Dinnerwarein China and Dinnerw…

Comments

  1. definitely..but pb cookies have a short life expectancy around me...
  2. thanks sean
  3. thanks geo26e
  4. thanks geo26e
  5. thanks geo26e
  6. thanks geo26e
  7. love the cookie jar..I prefer Pb an chocolate chip..
  8. Great watch..and thanks for putting the "George of the Jungle" theme song in my head for the rest of the day.."George..George..George of the Jungle.."
  9. great piece. it is beautiful
  10. thanks Bruce99
  11. That is an amazing story. Glad the museums were able to help. I didn't know there was a US Marshal Museum and now I want to go and visit it..lol.. I have been to the Texas Ranger Museum and it is gr...
  12. I am not fully awake. It says US because the Marshalls are a federal law enforcement agency. I suspect it is an old toy, that may still be collectible. But I could be wrong.
  13. Forgot to post the link..oops http://www.texasranger.org/
  14. Texas became a state in 1845 so if it is real it is probably 1845-1861 since it says U.S. Texas was a country before that period. The Texas Marshals office was established in 1845. In theory one of y...
  15. thanks aghcollect
  16. this is a great puzzle
  17. thanks Budkoh
  18. amazing
  19. There was a U.S. company that made several of these types in the 1970's, I believe. I can't remember the name but there were several designs. I haven't seen the elephant one.
  20. thanks Tammb. I would love to see a pic of it, I haven't ever seen a miniature bottle. I also have a quart size bottle posted, http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/32322-mcilhaney-dairy-quart-mi...
  21. thanks manikin
  22. thanks agh
  23. thanks nutsabotas
  24. fantastic clock
  25. thanks southcop
  26. wow outstanding
  27. fascinating. I bet it had some type of calendar, maybe a day to day calendar. Maybe the phrase "a date with me" was a play on words?
  28. wow wonderful colors
  29. thanks tom
  30. thanks Aeon
  31. thanks Tom
  32. thanks Tom
  33. thanks Tom
  34. thanks Tom
  35. thanks Tom
  36. thanks Tom
  37. thanks for the info Superfly. It appears some parts are carved by hand. It is a great piece. we love it
  38. thanks Tom
  39. thanks Tom
  40. He kinda looks like a Kewpie doll. Not sure
  41. thanks virginia
  42. thanks agh
  43. thanks manikin
  44. thanks geo
  45. thanks racer4four
  46. thanks aghcollect
  47. thanks manikin
  48. thanks nutsabotas
  49. thanks Tom
  50. thanks, we have been really busy. been a crazy year
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