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San Antonio Texas

I Do not Collect one thing in Particular, Since I have Retired form working in Emergency Medical Services I find myself visiting Auctions, Estate Sales, Storage BinI Do not Collect one thing in Particular, Since I have Retired form working in Emergency Medical Services I find myself visiting Auctions, Estate Sales, Storage Bins, you name it. I rescue 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! I have just joined forces with a Liquidation Company here in Texas. I don't know why they wouldn't let me stay Retired...LOl Oh well Bring on the Unusual Items, Treasures from the Dust !!! (Read more)


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Believe to be Maritime Copper Knife & Ships Spike? - Tools and Hardwarein Tools and Hardware
Nautical Collectors HELP Could this be from 1885 or Earlier? What is it?? - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
Antique  Simon & Halbig   (dcp)  Bisque Head Jointed Body   Germany Made Doll CA. 1898 ? - Dollsin Dolls
Miniture Metal Ball with Foreign Writting on it??? What is it?? - Asianin Asian
Vintage Box of Billiard balls (Pool Balls)  Unknow Mfg. or Era Any help Appreciated - Gamesin Games
Old Photo or Print??  - Photographsin Photographs
Vintage leaflet the north American reviews war weekly 1918 - Paperin Paper
Unmark Moveable arms and Legs. Appears sewn, Swiss Dot Material??   bear 5 inches no markings - Dollsin Dolls
Stone? Sculpted Statues From Morocco 70’s - Folk Artin Folk Art
Vintage Large Black Stallion  Planter 50's ??? - Animalsin Animals


  1. Flashlarue I’m Feeling that to from further research. Found another spike that was made into a knife add from documents and the estate sales the gentleman I was stationed in the Navy in 1944
  2. Blunderbuss2 Could be used as one, But i truly Believe it's a real Peice of History. documents show the Unit CBMU 537 was at Noumea Harbor in 5-20-44. The gentlemen served in The Navy where these ...
  3. No Hole in it. I just found a Knife made of Copper and with some type of animal antler as the handle, IN scripted basically the same as this one. Will Post it after Dinner. Thanks all.
  4. Thank you Manikin !!! :-)
  5. AnythingObscure, I Think you nail It. Looks just like The One i have. Thanks All !!!
  6. Manikin, Hey there. It's Tiny 12mm, i just have the one. You stay Healthy too my Friend !!
  7. Thanks Manikin !!
  8. manikin and scottvez, much appreciated !!!
  9. Thanks All
  10. Manikin, It's Awesome looking. It is Ceramic. Thanks for the Awesome Info. on it. Love my Collectors Weekly family.
  11. Thanks Too All, Manikin much Appreciated my sister.
  12. Look like we’re on the right timeline, Thanks All! Love my Collectors Weekly Family!!
  13. Thanks Ms.CrystalShip.
  14. Took to a jeweler and he stated the pin and Housing are 10k Gold, 4-Sea pears, and One Diamond. The clasp is gold plated.
  15. Thank You so Much, Mom knows i'm not gonna wear it. LOL
  16. Thanks Mani
  17. You all are AWESOME with your Knowledge. I Love the Collectors Weekly Family I will keep searching for items to Preserve History. Thanks Again All !!!
  18. watchsearcher , I also came up with 39 Stars. Thanks for all the info. this peice was interesting too me, had to save it from the material scrap pile.
  19. Thanks all still researching !!
  20. Thank you Scott !!
  21. Thanks All !!
  22. Thank you all, I can see A microphone resemblance. The pearls appear to be bluish gray. Very interesting piece thanks again
  23. Thx Vetraio50 !!
  24. Hoot60 Thank You !!
  25. Thank You !! Researching!!
  26. Yes sir Very interesting !!
  27. I was in Artillery, And yes if we didn't have to lay down a Front wall for our Infantry it would have been Great for them to lay down there weapons. Thanks Guys !!
  28. Vetraio50 and keramikos thank you all so much Researching the links. Man History 101... So much more papers and photos in this Photo album.
  29. Awe, Antique Turkish Brass Palaska Cartridge power box. Missing the Top. Thanks for all the Help !!!
  30. O.K. Researching Now, Thank You !
  31. Yes it looks as though it might have had a top and the slot on the back could have been a belt loop. Thank You all for your questions. Still researching
  32. That's what I was wondering about the front site being off to the side. It's on their Tight. Won't rotate by hand.
  33. Yes just the Barrel. The Serial # Reads as Follows:H4777 It also has an image that is a Circle with a smaller circle inside and connected by 4 lines.
  34. Blunderbuss2 here is the whole barrel. Thanks in advance !!!
  35. Truthordare Thank you !!!
  36. Thanks JFW, No stickers to be Found !
  37. SharpGuy, Thank You for your Knowledge !!!
  38. keramikos thanks for all your leads on this !!!
  39. Thanks !!!!
  40. Thanks All, Still Searching for date.
  41. Great Garbage Treasure, Nice Find ho2cultcha !!!!!
  42. Domdom, I See, Thank you again my Friends, This is just some pretty Handmade Unusual Looking Junk...Laugh Out Loud. Appreciate your time.
  43. ho2cultcha Thanks, this was from an estate of a world traveler. Appeared interesting to me. I had never seen a bowl with that type of bottom and didn’t recognize the makers mark. Still researching!!
  44. Domdom, Thank You!
  45. keramikos, Yeah I think that's why I'm so interested in the Junk Business LOL… Once I hear from Mr. Johnson I will be sure to let you Know. It would be so cool if they are Special Pirate Tokens, Fi...
  46. keramikos, Thank you for all your research Friend, I did email dick Johnson for his list. Thanks again !!
  47. Thanks geo26e !!!
  48. shareurpassion You hit the nail on the Head dating this one. Thank You appears to be a 1984 Ferrari 308 GTS Quattrovalvole.
  49. Thanks shareurpassion, I'll compare to the 1984's.
  50. Keramikos thank you. Yep enjoying living here in Texas. Also thanks for sharing the information on this Victrola. I was in awe when I noticed it at the Estate Sale of a widow Full Bird Col. he served ...
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King Ranch Texas Santa Gertrudis Bull Vintage (2) Rare Postcards Vintage 1930'ish.  SHANGHAI  China Original Photographs Family Alblum. Geo S. Cook Charleston SC ambrotype of woman


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