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Whitall Tatum Co. CD 154 Clear Salesman Sample  - Tools and Hardwarein Tools and Hardware
Civil War era pill or snuff  Black lacquered enamel Box - Accessoriesin Accessories
Cache of Autographed Photos an Baseball from Gaylord Perry  - Baseballin Baseball
1969 Baltimore Orioles World Series Ticket Stub  - Baseballin Baseball
Ticket Stubb from the Giants 1951 World Series Game 4  - Baseballin Baseball
1907 Texas County Map with all Governors around Borders.  - Paperin Paper
Murphy and Bolanz Official Map of the City of Dallas January 1911 - Paperin Paper
1904 HOUSTON TEXAS Street guide by P. Whitty surveyor Established 1872 - Paperin Paper
Mickey Mantle and Yogi Berra celebrating after a game - Baseballin Baseball


  1. I remember wearing them
  2. Yeah I read that the Buffalo Bayou was a major For of transportation through the city. It snakes all through Houston.
  3. Thank you ED, Great story. I'm always amazed about what people know or had experiences.
  4. I've love the calendar in the back ground, I've got a Norman Rockwall "Carry On" I picked up years ago.
  5. SEAN68 If only you had some vintage baseball photos to trade ? Hmmmmmm.
  6. Thanks Newfld
  7. Thank you NEWFLD.
  8. Thank you Alan2310
  9. Haven't seen these before but very cool
  10. Would you be interested in parting with this one ?
  11. From what I was able to research I believe it was manufactured by Knoll
  12. Thank you for your inquiry Loobah I did find out it was an original, it's fun to come across those treasures.
  13. Great pin, would love to have one like that in my collection
  14. Beautiful
  15. I'd be interested in seeing more photo too. I live in Dallas Thank you
  16. Very cool,
  17. Looks to be around 1910 era
  18. BOSTON BULL PUP Made By HUBLEY Design # 409 HEIGHT = 6 inches WIDTH = 4 1/2 inches VALUE = $250 - $325 ( per Pair) Note 1: Documented in Ron Rittenhouse's Collection of Hubley's Catalog pa...
  19. Take a look at Baseball photos in CW, I have a team photo from 1956-57,
  20. It's amazing what your dad accomplished in his lifetime, he was cutting edge space exploration.m
  21. Man I need to shop your goodwill store. Nice score
  22. Thanks for the comments everyone.
  23. Thank you for info. I like the AP Wire Photo as it shows the Day to day
  24. They are perhaps cancelation stamps from post office
  25. How bout for handling blocks of Ice ? You would want a spike digging into your pelt.
  26. Thank you for correcting my description ho2cultcha.
  27. Thanks for the comments, if they are paper dolls they have a lot of fine detailed cuts
  28. Thank you son ambient, I'll change the headline. I appreciate your knowledge on solving the ?
  29. Originals are Marked Knoll, also I believe the originals have a finished end not a capped end.
  30. Thanks for the Love I could find any identification stamped anywhere on the chair frame.
  31. Never seen one this color before, reminds me of the old English pottery that you see in antique stores
  32. Thank you Jim
  33. Great find, well done.
  34. I think most are Teak but this is beautiful dark grain.
  35. Nice to know, I looked on EBay completed sales but didn't find one
  36. Thanks for the love
  37. Thanks Sean68
  38. Your exactly correct. I had another piece I had sent to Neil Armstrong and had them mixed up. Good catch.
  39. I'm not following you blunderbuss2
  40. What's the name of the group
  41. Man... You find some really cool pieces.
  42. Wow love it, you just keep coming up with incredible pieces
  43. Love the white color, I had one that was a walnut veneer, I had only one part as well. Didn't know they came in a pair.
  44. Hmmmmmm tempting but ill just hang on to them.
  45. Thanks guys I enjoy a good find , it's even better when you stubble on to something
  46. Amazing what you can find at Goodwill, well done
  47. Thanks Sean68 I've got another AP Wire of Erskine and Vic Raschi dated Oct 2 1952
  48. Thank you all for the comments
  49. It was a promotional item given away from a men's store so I would suspect it was used by Fans to keep track of balls strikes outs and scores. Could have been used much its just made of card stock boa...
  50. You are so fortunate to have these, they need to be framed so you can enjoy them
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