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  1. Thank you! I believe they call these "Lunch hour pieces" because employees would sometimes decorate one for themselves during their lunch break.
  2. Fortapache you are so right about trains being made up of so many random cars nowadays
  3. That's a big lady lol
  4. Fortapache stay tuned for the next Matchbox Monday. It will be a double feature with two models with something in common
  5. That is gorgeous! I wonder who made it?
  6. I have some matchbox cars I can show ya
  7. Hi fortapache do u have messenger? We can chat on it if u want
  8. Don't think this is Fenton but it is shaped like the Special rolled rim bowls they made.
  9. This was more likely a jug for storing different types of liquids instead of just whiskey. I imagine it held water at some point in it's life. This is from the teens era . According to the Warman's Bo...
  10. I haven't really seen many of these simple bowls but I believe since it has handles it is likely a soup or cereal bowl. The brown color was commonly used for dinnerware and kitchenware. Judging by the...
  11. Oh don't worry lol. I will still do the others. I just thought since there is so much more Fenton Glass than Frankoma pottery I figured I would do that. That's why ive mostly been gone so long. I will...
  12. I wonder if this could have been an early automobile emergency tool when you're traped inside. I know the ball end would be used to break out a window but I have no idea what purpose the end with nail...
  13. Frankoma Friday will instead be Fenton Friday
  14. Indeed it is older. From around 1915 to 1924
  15. Date seems correct, since that's a Type 1 mark
  16. purple vw is uncommon
  17. funny how it looks like a shoe
  18. If so, It's an even rarer version, calling it a super prototype
  19. is it a redline?
  20. correct
  21. Brush-McCoy. Most common in green and also has a variation where it has no feet, and is marked with the classic shield mark and 87
  22. looks like the strainer would be great for straining the juice from the beenie weenies.
  23. Keep an eye out for brown ones. They're harder to find
  24. According to onlineredlineguide, this is a rare paint sample. The creator of the site has a friend with a similar car.
  25. I am getting this verified by onlineredlineguide
  26. Indeed, it was originally lime green, someone has painted over it.
  27. i've been collecting for about 10 years now, so i know quite a bit about this stuff. The ringed pattern tells me it is part of the "Ringware" line of products from that period, as vases, casseroles an...
  28. no problem! there is a rare variant in light green with painted leaves
  29. made in 1948
  30. made about 1925
  31. post a pic of the marks
  32. the mark is type 2 and was used 1957-at least 1967
  33. Fortapache is gonna love this
  34. This is a prototype that has previously been undiscovered. There are other models that are in this same color that are also prototypes. This one is even more unusual in that it also has a white interi...
  35. also found a lovebirds wall pocket at a garage sale for 1.25 and obviously it was in perfect shape. can't beat that!
  36. i've picked up a textured planter and an orange fruit planter at my local antique store for less than $5 for BOTH! The orange planter itself was easily a 60 buck piece
  37. good find! this was probably made no later than 1948. the larger M is on the earlier versions of the mark, as well as a more rounded large C
  38. beautiful paint fp!
  39. there we go with the beanie weenies again XD
  40. same. made before ww2
  41. This is a nice $200 hot wheel!
  42. They have barcodes on them, but aren't very large ones, which seems to be when they just begun using them.
  43. One thing I've always liked about Chevy trucks is the two sets of headlights. They've been an iconic feature of the trucks since the mid eighties.
  44. They are no later than 1940 though because E.C.Simmons sold the trademark name to Shapleigh's, their biggest competitor at the time. If this was shapleigh's it would say in the top of the arch on the...
  45. My mistake lol. In the catalog archives these are listed as pruning shears. The sewing ones i saw didn't have the mechanism between the handles
  46. Ah. Dirty minded are we FP? XD
  47. I don't know why but I just find it funny to say Beenie Weenies XD it's just a funny name
  48. Irresistibles line has this piece in it
  49. i think mine is larger. This is no earlier than 1958 since it has the Type 2 mark (Middle of M is extended further on type 2s, where it's just slightly descending on Type 1s)
  50. I have the same one but in a Matte bluish green glaze
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