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mcheconi

Sao Paulo, Brazil

Amateur photographer, stuff collector...too much interests in life to choose one. Picture is my grandfather in 1932.

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1951 Bayard Mickey Alarm Clock with a twist. - Clocksin Clocks
Football (soccer) Trophy mid-1930s to early 1950s - Footballin Football
1920s-1930s CYMA promotional art deco inkwell - Advertisingin Advertising
1930s-1940s Brazilian Doll Beds - Toysin Toys
1940s Ampro Projector Speaker Cabinet - Electronicsin Electronics
1930s Chilean One Way embossed steel traffic sign - Signsin Signs
Comfortair Heater Fan ca. 1950 - Officein Office
Albin Sprenger "Astron 2000" Heater Fan ca. 1960 - Officein Office
MAICO 1940s Type EO40 Table Fan - Officein Office
"Por Siempre Ambar"  ANJOU perfume botttle - Bottlesin Bottles

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  1. I just love COE flat face vehicles. Nice job.
  2. Gorgeous, gorgeous! The Snow White is my favorite, with the little birds. And they are in excellent condition too. Nice find Wandelessfairy!
  3. I missed some pieces I regret not being crazy enough to keep bidding on. Now I follow a quote you once wrote: "Buy, then think how you'll pay for it".
  4. What a beautiful work. I wish I could find one of these.
  5. Hey Manikin, nice display. Do you know when these were made? These are prohibited here in Brazil now. Here's a film from 1936 showing how the poor butterflies were abused back then https://www.youtube...
  6. Hello guys, I found this website today and wanted to share with you photography lovers. It has thousands of early pictures in high resolution. No advertising intended, just found it very useful for re...
  7. Hello guys, I found this website today and wanted to share with you photography lovers. It has thousands of early pictures in high resolution. No advertising intended, just found it very useful for re...
  8. WOW!!!! This is fantastic and this color is my favorite. I will paint mine like this for sure.
  9. Nice! Phil, I already told my Predicta story in another post but will tell it here too: the Predicta was the first object I wanted to buy as a collector when I was about 10 or 12 years old. I obviousl...
  10. Wandlessfairy, yup...apparently the CW bullies made another victim.
  11. Thanks EJW!
  12. Thanks mickeyismagic and yes, this could be the case. Sorry to know that this type of bullying is still happening in CW. I know about another case like this. Shame.
  13. I have my grandfather's pocket watch, that was passed from my father to me too. It's a Tissot, a cheap one, but that carries the family tradition like yours.
  14. great sign.
  15. Check this link. It appears to be the same watch. Yours seems to be from 68 as the stamp in the movement indicates. http://mb.nawcc.org/showthread.php?91549-Where-to-find-serial-number-on-Waltham-pock...
  16. absolutely love it.
  17. superb...and the room, oh gee...I would have to dress up to visit you Phil LOL.
  18. Phil, clock sounds were everywhere when I was a kid too. I remember many relatives' houses having a clock in the living room with really loud ticking sounds and carillons marking the hours and other t...
  19. Thanks Valentino!
  20. UPDATED this post with new findings. Thanks again mickeyismagic!
  21. Thank you vetraio and SEAN!
  22. Hey Mani, how are things up? Thank you for the love, hope you're doing goood!
  23. Thank you Rick55!
  24. Thanks Caperkid!
  25. LOL...awful music in the video PP...no orgasms anywhere.
  26. Yup, google it. I can't understand why exactly these are called "organs".
  27. Hey Caperkid, I almost bought one of those a couple of weeks ago! these are known as "light organs" right? Cool!
  28. Thanks again mickeyismagic. I checked out your awesome collection and it gave me a point to start. Yes, I agree that the base of mine is related to the early ones and it is a pity that someone decided...
  29. Thank you mickeyismagic and fortapache. I could see by mickeyismagic Bayard Mickey alarm clock that mine was definitely repainted. The markings on the back of mine are really faint as they got covered...
  30. Nice and definitely Indian.
  31. and a great picture too.
  32. Thanks freon!
  33. Thank you Phil! I will do a research on him to know more.
  34. in the tradition of Cartier's Panthere...lovely.
  35. You're welcome!
  36. You're welcome!
  37. well...I love it...I want one.
  38. I would say late 1800s, early 1900s. Here you have a similar one from 1910: http://www.countryliving.com/shopping/antiques/a2317/oak-potty-chair-0508/
  39. The center one seems to be holding a mirror and a snake, so it's probably the Prudence (Prvdentia). https://www.google.com.br/search?q=prudentia&safe=off&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjLy97H...
  40. Kawaii!! I'm too old to wear it too, unfortunately.
  41. The "C" may be from "China", as this horse resembles a Feng Shui horse (or Auspicious Horse, or Lucky Horse). At least, it has the usual pose. These horses are always represented stepping on or jumpin...
  42. You're welcome!
  43. I believe so. There are many other pictures on the internet if you google "Huitzilopochtli" and many of them look very much with your piece. By the way, it is gorgeous.
  44. I believe this is Huitzilopochtli, the Aztec God of War. Check here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Huitzilopochtli
  45. Definitely Moroccan.
  46. Here you have a description of the style and from where it came from: https://www.indiamart.com/spiderindia/sankheda-furniture.html
  47. I found it. It is Indian, the style is called Sankheda. Some pictures describe it as a wedding chair. Check pictures here: https://www.google.com.br/search?q=Sankheda+Painted+Armchair&safe=off&sour...
  48. Is it a low chair? It looks like Indian or Moroccan, definitely not Egyptian.
  49. You can also search it as "commode chair"
  50. It seems to be a repurposed antique sanitary chair or "potty chair".
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