From the John Wanamaker Stores of Philadelphia. Wear at corners and spine. Full of advertisements an actual diary, Driving tips, directions to the Wanamaker Store with a fold out map.Must have been printed in 1931 by John Wanmaker. Red and black Boards. Media Mail
Here is a Junior High Operetta of 3 Acts from 1936. 56 pages. Lyrics by Edith Sanford Tillotson and Music by Ira B. Wilson. Printed by the Lorenz Publishing Company of Dayton, Ohio. Little writing on front and some notes thoughout.
Hard covered novels by P. L. Travers. "Mary Poppins Comes Back" first copyrighted in 1935. "Mary Poppins Opens The Door" and this was first copyrighted in 1943. "Mary Poppins in the Park" first copyrighted in 1952. All three were specially reprinted in 2000 by the Book of the Month Club. Near new condition.
A "Calendar of Dinners" with 615 Recipes Including The Story of Crisco written by Marion Harris Neil, and published in Cincinnati, Ohio by the Procter & Gamble Co. Eighth Edition. In Fair to good condition with no dj. Blue cloth boards has a paste on with what appears to be kitchen staff reviewing a menu.Illustrated by b/w drawings. Wear at corners and spine, writing at endpages. Hand written recipe on page 7, and another near back board...
Ferengi Saving Bank. Box/carton in bad shape but, the bank in good condition. Has not bee removed from box as original plastic tie is still in place.
Published by The Parents' Institute and printed by Home and School Book Service, New York. Fine condition. Red binding with a blind-stamp on each front cover of a bust of young boy. The spine has the title & decoration in dull gilt. Dated 1933 and thus appears to be the 1st Edition. Hardcover. Has numerous articles on every thing from Adolescent Boys to Youthful Chivalry.
Presented by The Travelers Insurance Company at the 1964-1965 World's Fair. "The Triumph of Man" contains a 33 1/3rpm red record, and a fold-out denoting what Travelers believed to be the thirteen most significant events in man's history. From "The Dawn of Man" to "Man's Leap to the Stars"
All Items : : re 1950 item #224681 (stock #HB00014)
This three set of books were written by the 1928 Nobel Prize winner. A complete trilogy; Volume I. The Bridal Wreath; Volume II. The Mistress of Husaby; and, Volume III. The Cross. And are in a light green slipcase. The books themselfs have Brown boards with gilt lettering. Translated fron the Norwegian by Charles Archer and J.S. Scott. Possible Book Club edition. Are in "near new" condition. Media Mail postage applies.
The Story of Hundred Years of U. S. Postage Stamps written by Maud and Miska Petersham. 1947 First Edition. No dustjacket and corners show wear. Page before title page have signatures of both authors.
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This is a low numbered Guinan nine inch figure. Collector Number 006061. Price INCLUDES postage and Delivery Confirmation. Picture is of another figure. Using this picture saves space on my PC. Unlike the photo, this figure has the head facing straight ahead.
This is the 1997 Star Trek: Deep Space 9 USS Difiant. Neve opened. Lights and Blinking Lights. Original price was $24.00. Priority Mail w/Del Confirmation.
This is the Federation Edition Nine Inch figure of LtCdr Jadzia Dax. Stock #16186. Collector #008975. Has a price sticker on bottom right corner. I won't remove it as it may cause damage to the box. Unopened and from a smoke-free home.
HTF. Federation Edition, Collector Series with Collector #013126. Never opened, slight wear at corners. Email for photo
A complete set of the Star Trek turns 30 TV Guides dated August 24-30, 1996. All in fine condition
History of the Borough of Haddonfield, NJ. Appears to be printed in 1950. Paperback covers. In good condition. Media Mail
The Federal Duck Stamps by David P. McBride, A Complete Guide. 11 Printing, 1984. This book marks the 50th Anniversary of the Migratory Bird Hunting Stamps. Included is the history of the stamps, photos of all the stamps. Media Mail w/Delivery Confirmation
Haddonfield United Methodist Church: A Sesquicentennial History, 1829-1979. Hardcover, Has the seal of the church "from the burning" on the front board. Edited by: Dorothy Killie Thomas. Media Mail w/Del Confirmation
These three pamphlets are undated and are from the Philadelphia Agency. The titles are "What is your Duty?"; and "Homeward Bound!" have 8 pages. The third is "ERIC; The Russian Slave, A True Story" by C. F. Buchan, D.D. and has 23 pages.