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    Posted 10 years ago

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    These salt and pepper pieces were made in the U. S. A. by F & F mold & die works, Dayton, Ohio, I'm not sure of thier age, they are a matched set, both have same markings on thier bottoms

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    1. roadside roadside, 10 years ago
      I recently sold a set of these shakers and got $9.99 for them. I have seen them for as much as $45.00. I also sold the Willie and Millie set and only got $9.99. F & F mold & die works was founded in 1949 and I think closed in 1987. I don't know when those were made but I would think early on. Maybe 1950's
    2. Deanteaks Deanteaks, 10 years ago
      thank you, roadside
    3. Juanita, 10 years ago
      I love them .I collect salt and pepper shakers.Don't know about them but do you have them for sale some place.I do not have any like them.
    4. VikingFan82 VikingFan82, 10 years ago
      I just recently saw a pair just like these. Maybe I will pick them up, they were marked pretty cheap.
    5. Luisa Luisa, 10 years ago
      Do they say Uncle Mose and Aunt Jemima on the lower part of their pants/dress? From what I know, they were sold or given away as corporate endorsements, like the Red Rose tea collectables. In terms of value, I work at a pawn shop, and coincidentally enough we just sold a pair in similar condition for 79.95$!! Find the right buyer, and the sky's the limit!
    6. Luisa Luisa, 10 years ago
      In case location comes into play, the pair I spoke of earlier were sold in Vancouver. It's a sellers market here for collectibles and antiques; full of artsy people who appreciate them enough to pay a good buck.
    7. Deanteaks Deanteaks, 10 years ago
      yes they both have names on them, were they sold on ebay?

    8. Luisa Luisa, 9 years ago
      they were sold through a pawn shop... they were on the shelves about 6 months before getting picked up.
    9. Vintagefran Vintagefran, 8 years ago
      You have a great collection DC.
      Lots of unusual, quirky things.
      These are great fun.
    10. Ellenp Ellenp, 2 years ago
      I have a set of these that also includes a little girl. I painted them at a ceramic shop in 1989, Charleston , SC. Interestingly, only the man figure has holes in the top!

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