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Puyallup, Washington

I have a wide variety of interests. From my hot rod 1964 C-10 & 77 big block shortbox trucks to high end guns and knives. I love wood carved masks and animals. Also I have a wide variety of interests. From my hot rod 1964 C-10 & 77 big block shortbox trucks to high end guns and knives. I love wood carved masks and animals. Also love items that have a story or tell a story. Especially if there's history involved. After years of collecting my sister and I are opening an Etsy store called North West Vintage. Open now... NOWVI on Etsy. (Read more)


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Chinese Wood Carved Box - Asianin Asian
Carved Bunny Mask - Fine Artin Fine Art
Wiss Wiss18 Snips - Tools and Hardwarein Tools and Hardware
Brass Geese Statue  - Fine Artin Fine Art
Wood Carved Quail  - Folk Artin Folk Art
Halco & Wyandotte Cap Guns - Toysin Toys
Ceramic Bitossi Duck Bowl by Aldo Londi. - Potteryin Pottery
DERP - Fine Artin Fine Art
Glass Insulators  - Tools and Hardwarein Tools and Hardware
Wood Carved Sandpiper Bird - Folk Artin Folk Art


  1. First picture looks like he's trying to remember where he buried the peanuts..
  2. Correction..the 3 ladies piece is different by same artist, similar image..
  3. Left one..see description..has very detailed information .. https://www.ebay.com/itm/281152355340 Right one, I believe is associated with a group of 3 ladies.. https://www.ateliermanufactura....
  4. Some info on the balet " 5 1/2-hour spectacle costing 3,600,000 gold francs. Presented on Oct. 15, 1581" "Considered the first ballet of which there is a complete printed account, it included po...
  5. Here you go..interesting piece... https://commons.m.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Figure_des_Satyrs_from_Ballet_comique_de_la_reine.JPG https://www.pinterest.com/pin/536421005585983903/?amp_client_id=...
  6. That's cool..
  7. What's he got? 1911 and kabar?
  8. Like I said...from India https://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/158572-vintage-indian-cloth-dolls Google..vintage indian “maharaja dolls https://www.google.com/search?q=vintage+indian+%E2%...
  9. You didn't provide any dimensions..but here's a similar one. May not be the correct color, but shows that they can easily be found.. https://www.houseofantiquehardware.com/manor-house-cabinet-knob-...
  10. Welcome to CW. Look forward to seeing more of your collection..
  11. Close.. its a Pillbug... "pillbugs can roll themselves up into a protective ball when threatened, like an armadillo; sowbugs cannot. Sowbugs have a pair of short tail-like structures on the end of ...
  12. Just my guess...appears to be souvenir doll 50s/60s from india ..
  13. Thanks Bill...I thought I was the only one that saw it..ha ha
  14. Thanks..I learn a lot too, while doing research for the items. I like to add any information I can. There's a lot of these out there and many are mislabeled....from clams to worms.
  15. Nice..they would've been hanging out with my orthoceras... https://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/288624-orthoceras-fossil-specimen--500-million
  16. Is that damage under the green dress? The shape gets blurry as I blow it up, but looks like a baby alligator..lol
  17. Aww the butter dish. Mom had one all this time from when I was a kid. We sold it recently to a collector..it was white with a rare light blue color decoration.
  18. Love the pull toy. Great colors...
  19. Nice...I like his rat belt..
  20. Cool can. Dupont story is crazy. If I remember correctly, half the family got blown up..
  21. Cool find..
  22. I guess my head was still on my bunny mask. I thought your piece was a rabbit...lol...and I was like...why does it bark? Had to stop and re-read the info. Looks like it had a good life
  23. SkyPilot - thanks for the comments. I have some big trees around my property. Several years ago one fell in a storm, took out another tree and about 30 feet of the chainlink between my property and th...
  24. Thanks Scott...I was thinking...this is something Scott would have hanging in his house along with his cast iron rabbits.
  25. If you look at the auction link above..the 5th picture shows the Paillard tag with that logo. But still curious of the French trademark...maybe it was just telling people that were using them in F...
  26. Rabbits live on every continent except Antarctica. Because of this every culture has some sort of symbolism for them.
  27. These are cool. Here's my post of Weyerhaeuser art that shows a steam donkey I'm use... https://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/292547-steam-logging-lithograph-by-wandesforde
  28. I had to edit my post. I put Hong Kong but it says Korea.
  29. Great story. I always tell people that often the monetary value of an item can be low, but the memories it triggers are priceless.
  30. Thanks...here's a few more of my posts you might like.. https://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/288120-too-cool-for-school-part-2 https://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/288119-too-cool-for-sc...
  31. Link to company history.. https://newarksattic.blog/2017/09/21/j-wiss-sons-1848-1976/amp/
  32. I think these were necklaces? Hopefully someone has an answer...I know I've seen them before...
  33. I actually looked through all the pictures and dod not see it. I did find an example for sale that shows the logo...but why does yours have a French trademark writing? Now I'm curious.. https://www...
  34. Looks good..
  35. I have a set in my bar. Belonged to parents. There is nothing disrespectful about a woman's body..its beautiful.
  36. Waki - got your email and replied. Everyone else..sorry, I was asking waki to give me some information on a mark I had not seen before.
  37. The shape is very distinct. I was trying to compare it to older Maine pottery. Then I thought maybe from a fishing vessel? I think you should contact some local pottery places. Or you local histori...
  38. Waki - thank you. So you say the SNB mark is taisho? I was very curious about that since no information was really found. I understand they had a factory in Nagoya.
  39. Very cool...is it a print or original? And we need to fix your pictures..
  40. Pretty amazing it survived all that..
  41. I have a few different ones... From my post: "Made in Bali, Indonesia it was skillfully carved from a "wood rose," a mushroom-like parasitic formation created by a mistletoe plant growing on a chi...
  42. Here's a link that says it has all the fench makers of phonograph/gramophones..looks like 300 pages https://www.archeophone.org/wphono_marques_dep.php
  43. I'm sure your aware that marque deposee is French for trademark filed. So there are lists of antique french trademarks available online for free...a good place to start.
  44. Thank you all for sharing your wonderful stories. I'm glad I bought these and saved them from the trash. They are in poor shape, but the comments above show that these probably sparked(pun intended) h...
  45. Not an expert but I know some things... "The Nippon mark was in use until 1921, when U.S. customs laws required Japanese importers to substitute the word “Japan” instead." But your mark does mot...
  46. fhrjr2 - thanks..I often unintentionally offend people from time to time. I have thick skin and see humor in everything. I often forget that we live in a society where some people are wound up so tigh...
  47. V33- sorry I know other people don't always share my sense of humor. Just trying to be funny..
  48. Further reading HALCO http://heinzhistorycenter.emuseum.com/people/10797/j-halpern-company;jsessionid=70402669CF6DB4103AF83A5C2B6F63C5 WYANDOTTE TOYS https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.thenewshe...
  49. DERP to everyone that viewed this and smiled.
  50. Dad used to smoke King Edward's...the wood box is nothing special..just another cigar box, still made.. https://www.jrcigars.com/cigars/handmade-cigars/quesada-cigars/heisenberg-by-quesada/
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