This is a vintage D ring snaffle bit. It is stainless steel so it will not rust. It is "used" but is still "usable". It has a 5" mouth piece and 3 3/4" D cheek rings.
This bit is used for training and quick response on reining a horse.
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This is an antique iron horse harness bit. It looks handmade but I am not sure of that. It measures 12" long. It has 3 " diameter loose rings. This bit is very rusty but that makes it look cool and adds
character. Great for decorative purposes. For gifts or your own personal Western style, we sell a wide variety of western home decor, horse tack, purses, shelves, horse collar, clocks. If you love the Cowboy Way chances are you would like to bring that lifestyle right into your home...
This is a snaffle horse bit. It has a 5 inch copper mouth piece and 6 inch cheeks. This is a great bit to use in training a horse .
It is used but in very good condition.
This is an old auto valve grinder from Zim Manufacturing Co. in Chicago.
If you turn the crank the end twists back and forth. The entire piece measures 13". It has a few scratches and a tiny bit of rust. The knob is wooden.
Two vintage small silvertone metal carnival horses. "USA" is stamped in raised letters on the bottom of stomach.
Good Condition but they could use some polishing. One horse measures 3 3/4" tall. The other horse measures 3 1/4"" tall.
This is a vintage COCA COLA 1985 metal tray. It is a reproduction and has Norman Rockwell calendar art on it.
The picture is from a 1935 calendar. The picture is called "Out Fishin" and shows a young boy and his dog sitting on a stump of a tree, trying to catch their supper. There is a yellow butterfly in the air and a dragonfly on the pole and a can of worms next to the dog. Adorable picture.!!!
A scene that would be endearing to any fisherman's heart...
Coca-Cola serving tray, Hamilton King image, 1910, reproduction. This tray is in good vintage condition. There are a couple of light scratches. Measures 11" by 16". Really cute. Thanks for stopping by.
This is a reproduction metal tray from a 1914 advertisement. It features Betty, a coke girl. Betty was one of the most popular Coca Cola girls and her photo appeared on calendars, signs and other advertising Cola items.
This tray has an oval shape and measures approx. 12½" wide x 15" high with a rolled edge. Condition is pretty good with only a few nicks to the surface of the tray ...
This vintage metal tray shows a lady holding a glass of Coke. It is about 15 3/4" wide and 11" long. It has a rolled border tray edge. Has a couple scratches on the back but the front is very good. ( The enlargement picture is on a slant because we were trying to avoid light reflection and distortion.) Thank you for
This tray shows a lady from the early 1900s driving and drinking a bottle of Coca Cola! I believe this is a reproduction. It measures about 13 " long x 10 1/2" wide. It has a rolled border tray edge. This tray has a few light scratches but the inside of the tray is very good.
(The picture enlargement is on a slant in order to avoid light reflection.)
This is a vintage double leather razor strop strap.
It has number 44 stamped on it.
It measures 25" long and 2" wide.
It's been well used and shows signs of age but it is in good condition overall.
Thank you for looking.
Here we have a Vintage Double Razor Strop
Strap. It measures 20" long on one side and the other side is 12 " x 2 1/2" wide. It is leather/canvas. The brand is "Broke In."
This is a vintage double razor strop strap. It is leather and canvas. It measures 24" overall and 2" wide. It is stamped "Torrey's Best." " R. Torrey & Company, Worcester, Mass."
It is very hard to read. It has been used a lot but is in good condition.
Pepsi Cola Metal Change Tray or Tip Tray.
Tray is 14 1/2" tall x 11 1/2" wide. The front side is marked-- "Drink Pepsi Cola,
5 cents, Trade Mark Registered." (no date that I can see on the tray) The tray is in good condition. The picture side has light scratches. (back side has very light rusty spots and tape residue.) Thanks for stopping by.
Pepsi Cola Metal Change Tray or Tip Tray.
It is marked on back edge of the tray:
Pepsi Cola & Pepsi Reg TM Pepsico, Inc.
Fabcraft, Inc., Made in U.S.A.
Tray is 14 1/2" tall x 11 1/2" wide.
The front side is marked--
"Drink Pepsi Cola, 5 cents, Delicious Healthful."
(no date that I can see on the tray)
The tray is in good condition. The picture side has a light scratch...
Old Fashioned Style Wind-Up Musical Metal Sedan. This is brand new, still in the box.
Just turn the crank on the back of the sedan to wind it up and play a musical tune.
Amusing, interesting item. Please look at both enlargements.
Size: 6" Long x 3 1/2" Wide x 4" High.
Item may have some sharp edges so it is not really good for children to play with. It is a collectible just for decor...
No. 273-- GRISWOLD Crispy Corn Stick Pan CAST IRON--- 930 B:
Measures 13-1/4" long x 5-3/4" wide.
Marked No. 273, GRISWOLD, CRISPY, CORN, STICK PAN, ERIE PA. USA, 930B. It will turn your cornbread into 7 crispy cute little ears of corn.
This pan is in good condition. There is some light rust in areas.
Ready for your Bake ware collection!!
The first practical sewing machine was developed by Isaac Singer in Massachusetts, 1850. One year later, Singer and Edward Clark formed I.M. Singer & Company. In 1863 the company was changed to Singer Manufacturing Company.
This bottle is old but it is in great condition,.The bottle is rectangular, made of clear glass and embossed with the Singer "S" logo and "SINGER MANUFACTURING CO./TRADE MARK" on the front. See photos.