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Dave853's items1 of 9My $2 treasure is a Memphis pattern aka Dolls Eye by Northwood Glass Company advertising ware 10" bowl 1908-1910. eapg Loop and Dart Group confusing
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    Posted 7 years ago

    Dave853
    (9 items)

    Silver Bullets, stakes, Holly water, mirrors, crucifixes, bone saw....can you guess what this was used for in 1850? Just in time for the season.

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    Comments

    1. fortapache fortapache, 7 years ago
      Great item. Everything looks period correct.
    2. vetraio50 vetraio50, 7 years ago
      Great posting .... Wonderful items ready for a Vampire Hunt ???
    3. kyratango kyratango, 7 years ago
      Lol! First aid for vampire hunting :-)
      May add some garlic too
    4. Dave853 Dave853, 7 years ago
      These kits were serious business in Eastern Europe during the early 1800's. This one, was made about 1850 and sold at Sotheby's about 10 years ago for $12,000. It is a Vampire Killing Kit and were sold to travelers at the time.
    5. kivatinitz kivatinitz, 7 years ago
      Thanks Dave. A really interesting collection.
    6. scottvez scottvez, 7 years ago
      MOST of these were created in the 20th century from various unrelated (and lesser quality) pieces.

      The "creation" and marketing as "Vampire Killing Kits" found lots of buyers when the individual parts had little to no desirability.

      Buyers beware!

      scott

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