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Petrified wood from outside Petrified Forest - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
M1912 Mills Type 2 web belt - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
1917 Grether Fire Equipment Co. lantern - Firefightingin Firefighting
WW2 Submarine Patrol badge - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
WW2 Army Airborne Command patch - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
Pennsylvania 13th Infantry Co. B hat pin - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
Mystery structure in Salt Lake City, Utah - Photographsin Photographs
Singer featherweight sewing machine - Sewingin Sewing
1863 Indianhead Civil War token - US Coinsin US Coins
Arkansas Indian tomahawks, hatchets and celts - Native Americanin Native American


  1. I had this game when I was a teenager. The little paper markers were cheaply made. Played a couple of times and lost interest.
  2. There is a lot about them on the internet but sadly you need to read Portugeuz.
  3. Being turned sideways makes it a little difficult to look at.
  4. In the Phillipines the skin the frogs, tan the skins and make coin purses out of them.
  5. Pin with the screw back would date from between the wars 1920-1940
  6. Pinbacks were continued to be used through the Korean War. But most likely it would date around WW2
  7. Could be 29th infantry, artillery, or a number of other units. The would be a matching pin for the other lapel to indicate the Army branch of service.
  8. Need to see the back to help determine the age.
  9. Many of the US Army expert marksman badges are made of Sterling silver with newer ones only silver plated. Check the back for Sterling.
  10. These thin tin badges were Crackerjack prizes. The tin to make these badges was from scrap metal purchased from Ball Brothers jar company. When Ball made fruit jar lids the round disk stamped out of t...
  11. Beautiful jars, I love the amber swirls.
  12. Zebco not Zebeck
  13. Zebeck 33's are still being manufactured so it could be anywhere from the patent date to recent manufacture.
  14. There was a GAR Welker Post 266 in Arlington, Ohio
  15. I would say the name is Mr. Q. R. Long at that time an A wouldn't likely be written that way. Second line looks like Welker - North Baltimore, Ohio
  16. Is this the police or military version of the Luger?
  17. Great photo of Grant. I recognized who it was instantly. When Grant was running president the photo studio cranked out thousands of copies of this photo and most of them haven't survived the test of t...
  18. I was wrong Fenton is believed to have made these bells between 1910 and 1930
  19. I believe it was Boyd and not Fenton who made bells like that for the USA telephone companies. If it was made by Boyd it would date from after 1978.
  20. Looks like an 1800's shoe buckle
  21. 181st Infantry unit insignia Massachusetts Army National Guard
  22. It is an Army DUI (distinguish unit insignia). They used to be worn on the collars of the dress uniform and now are worn on she shoulders. I am not sure which unit this one is for.
  23. Deer antler handle would make it more like Central or South American in my opinion.
  24. I don't think it was a Army helmet. I looks more like a miners hard hat.
  25. Beautiful little racer
  26. 104 years old and still in like new condition.
  27. They look like bronzed bookends prior to the bronzing process. Beautiful dogs.
  28. It's a beautiful piece of Bakelite. I wouldn't mess with it.
  29. Perhaps it could also have been used to clip a drape around a patient.
  30. It is a clip barbers use to hold the drape around the customer's neck. At least they used to use them.
  31. You don't see the socks because it took me over a year to find the correct knee socks in good condition.
  32. Link https://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/126271-1940-cub-scout-uniform
  33. Africa or southern Asia
  34. I really like these older USA uniforms especially.with all the original patches. I have a 1935 cub denner uniforms complete cap, shirt, knickers, socks, belt, with all the original patches.
  35. Now all you need to do is get one from every guard unit in every state, you'll have hundreds. You have a nice start.
  36. They are very fragile. The slightest wrong tap and you have a bag of pieces. Rock saws are always the best solution for opening a geode.
  37. Made in England Henity
  38. Looks like a gate topper for a gate in a chain link fence. Most of the gate toppers I see are spaniel dogs but I am pretty sure I have seen this design also, if so then it is made out of aluminum.
  39. Ww2 Army Surplus Coleman stove. Originally most of these were painted green but the fuel caused the paint to peel off.on he side of the tank there would have been a yellow label with instructions for ...
  40. This was the chimney on the old heat plant which heated the buildings on Temple Square until a modern unit was put in.
  41. http://www.aviationandspacearts.com/Dan-Witkoff-Bio.html
  42. Quick check of Internet gives his name as Dan Witkoff. Look for Witkoff biplane to se other photos of airplanes by him
  43. The name on the back is Witkoff not Wilcof
  44. Nice old Canadian insulator. These make an awesome collection since they were made in a rainbow of different colors.
  45. It is all original. Serial# dates it to 1950 and it has all the extral and case. It also has all the service records 1951 to 1974. It looks like is sat in storage 99% of the time.
  46. Very nice watch fob.
  47. Wow!!! Totally beautiful and I don't usually like trunks.
  48. I am going on the assumption Ben Parker was working in the film industry in Hollywood prior to enlisting in the Army. This would account for the older age. Also like the Hollywood directors who entere...
  49. There were two Benjamin Parker enlisted in 1942 in Southern California born in 1917 and 1919. One of them was listed for the Air Corps. The requested branch of service on enlisted records is no promis...
  50. Quack electro-medicine device
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