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Red Lion P.A.

i visit Auctions,Estate sales, Storage Bins, you name it. I collect anything i feel has a value. My grandfather's first cousin was Redd Foxx, from Sanford and Son. Mi visit Auctions,Estate sales, Storage Bins, you name it. I collect anything i feel has a value. My grandfather's first cousin was Redd Foxx, from Sanford and Son. My wife swears it runs in the family. The Collecting that is! (Read more)

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Historic Brown University Old Frame Watercolor Print Looks like  plate Print Unknow Year - Posters and Printsin Posters and Prints
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 ELGIN SIMONDS FURNITURE WINDSOR CHAIR unknow exact age  - Furniturein Furniture
Antique  bamboo Cane Umbrella Pat. Apr. 10, 88 on guide lock - Accessoriesin Accessories
Old Stoneware LETTER'S MADE FOR HANGING, Less Than TWO INCHES HOW OLD ??? - Tools and Hardwarein Tools and Hardware
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HandmadeVintage Wooden Tray dated 1940 on back 
UPDATE ******ANTIQUE METAL RINGS FROM FARM ESTATE NON-MAGNETIC, - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry

Comments

  1. Thanks matisse for all your guidance. One Love !!
  2. Thanks I tried to compare the one I have is missing the print in the lower left margin. Does that date it as early or later?? Thanks again !!
  3. Thx. Manikin
  4. Thanks All, Well noted !!!
  5. Thanks All for your information !!!
  6. Yes it is a sticker, and I was researching when you left the comment, Thanks this is what I found.Stickley & Simonds Company - Auburn & Syracuse, New York (1891-1898) Gustav and Leopold Stickley ...
  7. fhrjr2, wow I am researching now. I di not know the Grape Vine was used to make items. Thanks so much for the knowledge. Will keep you Updated. Thanks Again !!
  8. Wow Thanks All for the information. Yes, they are some type of stone. After going thru the whole Container I found a couple of smaller letters that look to have deteriorated some. Making me think they...
  9. The farm was in Eastern Pennsylvania. Grape vines are plenty. Huh, Wow. By looking close at the Stalk I guess you would call it has deep cracks looks like, but sturdy as heck. Solid. Thanks for lookin...
  10. art.pottery, thank you, That is it !!
  11. Thx. Valentino. will keep you updated!!
  12. Thanks valentino97,
  13. Thanks All !!
  14. Definitely some form of plastic !!
  15. Fhrjr2 Thanks for the Info!!
  16. Thanks Manikin, Love ya !!!
  17. I know that’s right !!
  18. Oh how I wish I was there also 14° where I’m at burr
  19. Yeah Man, And they will be right I just know it !! LOL
  20. Blunder I was thinking the same, but if they are used to make molds, how do they reverse the writing in the process??
  21. Gotcha
  22. TA did they have a name for them???
  23. Thx TA.
  24. Thanks All !!
  25. Awesome blunder
  26. I tend to agree with you, i'll take apart tomorrow. thanks scott.
  27. RCassano Thank you for the Info !!!!
  28. Happy New Years Vetraio50 !!!!
  29. Thanks RCassano, Great informative site !!!
  30. Gotcha T A
  31. I would totally agree with ya !!
  32. there is a leather patch on the bottom of the round material. Yes it is lavender. Thanks for your info.
  33. Thanks T A, I though the stream tractor was pretty cool also.
  34. Thx. Scott !!!
  35. Vetraio50, thank You my friend, And a Merry Season's Greetings too you !! Thanks for all your input and Help throughout this past year. Let's get ready for 2018, More interesting items....I found a ...
  36. Thanks Iron.
  37. Thank you
  38. Thanks Manikin, Nutsabotas6 here you go !!
  39. Thanks PostCardCollector, researching.
  40. Thanks Racer, trying to find more info. On this Co.
  41. Thx manikin
  42. Manikin I believe this ribbon is original. at the top part it is mounted does not look to have been added. It loos as though it was added when the head was attached. Thanks. Still researching.
  43. Thx. manikin, Researching now !!
  44. Manikin Thank You. 36 " x 21-1/2",
  45. Thanks fhrjr2, Appreciate it !!
  46. Awesome info. From all!!
  47. What are Bennington's ?? Is it a marble ??
  48. After Research found out that it was Mfg. around 1920.
  49. The Red Buttons Appear to be Pre set Tab Keys. Sorry took so long to answer, I had to check...lol
  50. Thanks mac.
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Vintage 1930'ish.  SHANGHAI  China Original Photographs Family Alblum. Geo S. Cook Charleston SC ambrotype of woman

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