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HeavenJean's items5 of 17International Shoe CompanyScrap Books just FILLED with advertisment and such....
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    Posted 11 years ago

    HeavenJean
    (17 items)

    I know some of these things dont seem to go together, but they were all together to be thrown away so I'm just putting it all together, maybe it does have a connection somehow? The one big picture has bubble wrap around it still so I dont know who the photo is of, but when my dad gets home i will post a better one with the people. Just some fun interesting history stuff, found by a dumpster! I dont believe people can just throw all this interesting stuff away...

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    1993 SEARS Catalog - Last Printed Big Book, Original, Vintage, Collectible
    1993 SEARS Catalog - Last Printed B...
    $9
    Antique Vintage Old Style Snap On Tool Sign
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    Antique Vintage Old Style Mobil Tires Sign! Mobil Oil & Gas
    Antique Vintage Old Style Mobil Tir...
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    Honda OEM HRR Wheel Kit, (2) Rear 42710-VE2-M02ZE + (2) Front 44710-VL0-L02ZB
    Honda OEM HRR Wheel Kit, (2) Rear 4...
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    1993 SEARS Catalog - Last Printed Big Book, Original, Vintage, Collectible
    1993 SEARS Catalog - Last Printed B...
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    1. packrat-place packrat-place, 11 years ago
      Good or you, I have been known to visit an outdoor trash recepticle or two myself.
    2. PhillyMarilynCollector, 11 years ago
      Hi Heaven, I like the Lindbergh ad. I also like the watched.
      Looks like it is in good shape and has strong graphics. This is the kind of thing that would appeal to advertising collectors as well as watch collectors.Th the I'm not familiar with the brand but it looks like they were advertising a free or low cost watch with the purchase of shoes? In the smaller print it says "for boys and girls" but since the headline says "boys", I'm guessing this was geared towards servicemen in the mid to late 40's...after the war.
    3. HeavenJean HeavenJean, 11 years ago
      Thanks for the feedback, :)

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