Big Foot Cat's Collectibles
BigFootCat says, "DUE TO ADULT CONTENT MATTER YOU MUST BE 18 YEARS OR OLDER TO VIEW OR PURCHASE THIS MAGAZINE". Tijuana Bibles (also known as " eight-pagers ") were produced in the US from the 1920s to the early 1960s. Their popularity peaked during the Depression era. The typical "bible" is with black printing on cheap white paper, and eight pages long. In most cases the artists, writers and publishers of these tracts are unknown. The art is usually crude...
This is an elegant dinnerware set of Noritake fine bone china made in the SEDGWICK pattern which was produced from 1970 - 1975. It has a multi colored floral band and center on a pure white background. It is in Nearly New condition! This complete service for 8 includes: 8- 10 1/2 in. dinner plates, 8- 8 1/2 in. salad plates, 8- 6 3/8 cake plates, 8- cups and saucers, a covered sugar bowl, a creamer, an oval platter and an oval vegetable bowl. It is valued at $1300...
This is a catalog of the Hamburg- American Steamship Lines. It is a "photographic reproduction of the Company's various types of steamers comprised in the Transatlantic service". Almost like a stock prospectus, this wonderful book lists the types and tonnage of its entire fleet as well as the corporate history. The booklet is divided into chapters based on sister ships of the same class...
This service for 8 dinnerware set is Hollie Hobbie Girl With Rose and is from 1975. It depicts Hollie standing wistfully at a gate holding a rose. The theme of the sets is "Happy is the home that welcomes a friend." This NIB set has 8 cups & saucers, 8 dinner plates and soup bowls, a platter, a vegetable bowl, creamer and sugar bowl. The set was bought at an estate sale and comes with its certificate of authenticity. Pick-up/delivery is available in Phoenix. Contact us for shipping quote.
This very fine English bone china by Royal Doulton is the green and gold on white Spring Zephyr pattern last made in 1961. This service for 4 includes: 4 Dinner Plates (10 1/2 in.), 4 Bread and Butter/Cake Plates (7 1/2 in.) 4 Lunch Plates (9 in.), 4 Fruit/Dessert Bowls, 4 Saucers and 1 Serving Platter (12 in.) It is valued at more than $650.00! Remember--if you live near us --pick-up is available! E-mail us if you'd like more information: BigFootCatPhx@aol.com
This fine china from Mikasa is in the Charisma Gray pattern distributed from 1982-93. It has a gray band border with pink, blue, yellow flowers and a gold rim. Set includes 8 dinner plates, 8 luncheon plates, 8 soup bowls, 8 cups and saucers, 1 sugar bowl, 1 creamer and 1 serving bowl.
This American Brilliant Cut Glass bowl is unsigned and unknown. It is an exquisitely simple design of hobstars and glass geometrics. It is 3" high and 8" in diameter and is in excellent condition.
This magnificant American Brilliant Cut Glass bowl is a signed Krys-Tol from the Jefferson Glass Co. From 1907 to 1928, Jefferson produced cut glass. Afterwards,the Krys-tol trademark was used in various forms on utility pattern glassware. Our bowl is 4" high and 9" in diameter. Other than a couple of nicks in its sawtooth rim, it is in very good condition. The price reflects these imperfections.
From our inventory this classic hard covered book (no D/J) is being offered for your consideration. Purchased at an Estate sale it is a stated Second Edition, published in 1929, and printed in Great Britain. It was formerly a library book at Northwestern University and has the card holder attachment inside the rear cover. The text is 241`pages in length, and there are scattered pencil notes neatly written on some pages...
This magnificent 2 handled latticed basket features hand painted blue flowers at the intersection of each piece of applied gold trim lattice. Each handle is a double which criss crosses at its base. At these bases are applied 3 dimensional multi-colored hand painted flowers and leaves. Bot the rim and handles have applied gold trim/ Although the exterior is more ornate than usual, there is no design on the inside. From this, we can surmise that it was intented to be a flower pot holder...
This fine china is from Paden City Pottery and probably dates from the 1940's. Paden City Pottery (West Virginia) was in operation from 1914 to the mid 1950's. PCP32 is one of the many floral patterns they produced--it is a small spring bouquet om white in the center. The edge is gold followed by cream and with "curly" gold border. This is a service set for 4. Each setting contains 7 pieces! A dinner plate, bread & butter plate, dessert plate, soup bowl, fruit bowl and cup & Saucer...
This is a fine Noritake china luncheon service for 8. It is in the vintage retired GLENDON pattern which was produced from 1953 to 1961. The pattern is platinum wheat, platinum trim and verge on a white background. This luncheon service includes 8 dinner plates (10 1/2 in.), 8 salad plates (7 1/2 in.) and 8 fruit bowls (5 5/8 in.).
This beautiful Royal Dux nude figurine was designed by Cernoch. She has Silver hair and blue eyes and is demurely holding a red rose.She sits on a burgundy stool decorated with gold accents. The piece is 9-1/2" tall and sits on a base that is 4-1/4" x 2-3/4". Mint condition and marked with pink triangle and foil label, she will make the perfect addition to your collection.
This set for 4 is from one of the Ohio "pottery" companies- Homer-Laughlin. It is the Eggshell Cavalier Berkshire pattern and consists of 4 five piece place settings of dinner & lunch plates, berry bowl and cup & saucer and large oval platter. This pattern was produced from 1950 through 1970.
This is Vol.#1-Numb.1 and is in Mint Condition. Although published in 1978 it has never been read or reviewed. This is a hard to find item for the SERIOUS COLLECTOR. Viewing of cover is available upon request. Kindly E-Mail us if you have any questions. BigFootCat says, "DUE TO ADULT CONTENT MATTER YOU MUST BE 18 YEARS OR OLDER TO VIEW OR PURCHASE THIS MAGAZINE".
This glassware set includes 6 water goblets (iced tea glasses), 6 wine glasses and 6 sherbert glasses. They are in the vintage Lenox Antique Brown pattern.
This is a set of dinnerware from Pfaltzgraff in the retired WYNDHAM pattern. It is a service for 12 and it has 12 Dinner Plates-10 ½”, 12 Mugs, 12 Salad Plates-7 ½”and Salt and Pepper Shakers
This Farberware China is the Bellini pattern which was produced from 1998 to 2003. BELLINI suggests the Italian Renaissance with its pink, yellow and purple flowers banded with 22k gold. This set includes 8 dinner plates (10 7/8 in.), 8 large soup bowls (8 3/4 in.) and 8 salad dishes (8 1/8 in.)