This is VINTAGE collectible for BARRY BONDS "BONDS 500" home runs. It was given out at a game between the Giants & Cardinals on JULY 1 2001 . (Stadium Give Away.)
This charming little turtle trinket box was made in 1987. It is a Lefton Bone China turtle trinket box number 06237.
(GEO. Z Lefton) It is white china with small purple flowers on the top shell.
It measures 5" long x 3 1/4" wide x 2 1/2" high.
This is a sweet 1987 Lefton bone china turtle trinket box and it is in gently used condition. !
If you love turtles or tortoises, you
need this little guy for your collection.
This is a Coca Cola metal sign that is very durable and heavy. It has two pre-drilled holes so you can hang it on the wall. Metal signs are inexpensive ways to decorate dorm rooms, bars, offices, and nearly every room in the house.
This is a Royal Crown # 55/1148 mint or nut dish. It has a floral scene in the center of the dish. The edges of the dish are ruffled gilt edges. It measures about 8 1/2" at the widest part x 1 1/2" deep. It has a small footed bottom . I do not know the age of this piece but I think it is old. It has a little paint loss on one of the rosebuds probably due to age or use .
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This is a vintage horse snaffle bit. It has a 5" mouthpiece and 2 3/4" loose cheek
rings. It is stainless steel so it will not rust. "Used" but not abused.
This is of the error variety. This note is off center. It is a Silver Certificate, 1935 H. It is circulated. You can look at the photos and judge the condition. Thank you for looking at Lemon Tree Treasures.
This is a vintage set of 3 figurines--a plump mother hen and her two chunky chicks. They are hollow. They don't look old but we
bought them at an antique shop.
adorable. If you collect chickens , you need these. They would make a nice addition to any country kitchen. The mother hen measures 5" high and 4" wide.
The chicks measure 3" high and
2 1/2" wide. There is a mark on the bottom
of each one. It looks like a "T" and also "117". I am not familiar with that
This is an interesting piece. We bought it at an antique store but we really know nothing about it. It is marked on the bottom --
Victor Silver Co., quadruple plate. Marked 445 .
It has had rough treatment. It is really dented around the bottom. It needs cleaning .
There is engraving on the front of the loving cup.
It reads "I.A.B.B.L..
Batting, 2nd Prize."
This loving cup measures 4" high...
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.
This is a collector's plate from the Hamilton Collection. It is part of "Seasons of the Bald Eagle". This one is "Spring on the River." John Pitcher , 1991. Plate is signed by the artist and the plate is numbered. Gorgeous.!! This would be a beautiful addition to your plate collection.
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 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...
This is a vintage ceramic trinket box made in Japan. I do not know the age. It has a moss rose flower pattern in bright colors.
There is a raised bow on the top that creates a little handle. The lid has a ruffled edge . The box measures 6" long and 4" wide, diamond shaped.
This delightful little ceramic box is in very good to excellent condition with no chips or cracks. Quite delicate.
"Time spent in the saddle is never wasted."
This little 7 1/2" high and 5 1/2" wide sign is a hand cut and stenciled product.
The slate piece is part of a roofing tile, as seen on old New Orleans homes. Its uneven surface shows years of exposure to the elements. Handmade in the U.S.A..
We would be more than happy to ship your gift items directly to friends and family members. We will include a card or a gift note in your words...
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 very lovely long-neck pitcher vase from Japan. It measures approx.
9 1/2" tall and 4 1/2" at the widest part. It is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks. This vase has gold detailing around the rims and bottom edge. Very lovely hand-painted flowers. This came from an estate sale and I do not know exactly how old it is. But it is a nice piece and would look stylish in your curio cabinet!
E-mail me if you have questions. Thank you for looking.