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I posted the only new information I have. https://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/308117-vintage-article-on-tonala-pottery
I am not into the newer colors and methods, although admittedly your piece has a great face, as I am more into the traditional canelo (cinnamon colors) and slip glazes… BUT I am seriously impressed by...
Thanks for all the great responses...I have seen a Jack jumper with double runner, but not a double seater? Value of Jack Jumpers vary from $20 to $130 depending on condition, age and rarity of model....
Thanks for the links, but I have never done Facebook, so apparently I am missing a lot of hidden info. Do you know any of the history behind the Tonala figures? Happy Trails
I had the cereal bowl as a kid in 1975
Thanks for the great info Malkey....It was good talking with you
Hi Malkey...I noticed your great posts mentioning Newcastle so thought I would post some of my Newcastle bottles at: http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/214946-newcastle-medicine-bottles
Thanks for the info Mitch ! So yours has the name printed on it?
Nice cabinet.....What is the name and model number on your radio ?
Thanks for the info TA....I read on one web site that it was made in the 1940's...wondering if maybe it was made in 1944
How about a close-up picture of the crazy looking trucks on the smaller Surfer board
I was working at Coors when the baseball bat bottles came around 1996. I "accidently" damaged the second box off the line while loading the pallet and kept a low numbered bottle that came rolling out ...
I am no expert, but since I am unfamiliar with the design of this trap it must be worth more than $30 ...how does it work ?
THANKS for all the great info Kenneth !...You Rock
Very Cool....The style definitely suggests it was inspired by the psychedelic drug culture of the 60's?
Link for you http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/181372-tonala-headhunter
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