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    Posted 11 years ago

    killjoy
    (10 items)

    I don't know much about these war toys, age? Value? Any help would be appreciated

    Mystery Solved
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    Vintage Antique Civil War Relic Confederate Canister Shot Appomattox, Virginia
    Vintage Antique Civil War Relic Con...
    $20
    USGI Vintage Canvas Military Sleeping Bag Carrier - Bed Roll Strap OD Green GC
    USGI Vintage Canvas Military Sleepi...
    $12
    Old Rare Vintage Antique Civil War Relic Original Button Confederate Camp
    Old Rare Vintage Antique Civil War ...
    $20
    Old Rare Vintage Civil War Miniball in Appomattox Virginia Confederate Camp Soil
    Old Rare Vintage Civil War Miniball...
    $20
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    Vintage Antique Civil War Relic Confederate Canister Shot Appomattox, Virginia
    Vintage Antique Civil War Relic Con...
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    1. killjoy, 10 years ago
      mystery still not solved.. any help?
    2. Dr_Rambow Dr_Rambow, 10 years ago
      Looks like composition (sawdust and glue). Very popular material during WWII when not a whole lot of anything wasn't rationed for the war. I've seen tanks and the like in composition around 6" plus, but I don't think I've seen these specifically.
    3. Pop_abides Pop_abides, 10 years ago
      I hate to be a 'Killjoy' but you just don't provide us with any information so it's like digging in the dark.....................
    4. fourpeepsake fourpeepsake, 10 years ago
      It appears that your toys were made by Wellmade Doll and Toy Co. of New York.

      The included link shows your jeep and a description:

      http://www.film.queensu.ca/cj3b/toys/BantamToys.html

    5. Dr_Rambow Dr_Rambow, 10 years ago
      Nice catch fourpeepsake! I want to start collecting these American composition pieces to go along with my other military toys, so having a name to attach to some of them is very helpful.

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