Aunt Jennie's Attic
All Items : Holiday : Contemporary item #1105569
Aunt Jennie's Attic
$20
This beautiful canape plate is part of the Fitz and Floyd collection. Its production ended in 1999.Decorated with fruits and vegetables, it would make a perfect addition to your Thanksgiving table. It measures approximately 9 1/2 inches in diameter. I have 2 available and both have their original packaging. Price is per plate. Condition is excellent.
All Items : Holiday : Christmas : Hallmark : Pre 2000 item #974141 (stock #01-NC1)
Aunt Jennie's Attic
$15
This happy miniature baker nutcracker is the first in the Nutcracker Guild series which was introduced in 1994. The ornament measures just 1 1/2 inches, but is sculpted in amazing detail with a mouth that opens and closes just like its larger counterpart. I have other ornaments from this series so I would be happy to combine shipping. Both the ornament and the box are in excellent condition. Thanks for visiting our site.
All Items : Paper : Pre 1940 item #972166 (stock #val-3)
Aunt Jennie's Attic
$3.50
This cute valentine house is in good condition and the fence folds out for a 3-D effect. 3 1/2 by 4 1/2 in.
All Items : Paper : Pre 1950 item #972155 (stock #val-4)
Aunt Jennie's Attic
$3.50
This folded valentine is in used condition with pencil writing on the back and minor reinforcement repairs where it folds on the back. As seen in the pictures, the repair doesn't affect the front side. The paper is slightly aged, adding to the vintage look. 3 1/2 by 5 1/2 unfolded.
All Items : Paper : Pre 1950 item #972135 (stock #val-4)
Aunt Jennie's Attic
$4.50
This vintage mechanical valentine shows a girl with a radio. When you move her bow, the radio dial moves to spell out L-O-V-E ME. The card is in good used condition with pencil writing on the back. It is made by A-Meri-Card in the USA. Measures 3 1/2 by 4 in. It will stand but the stand hasn't been punched out yet.
All Items : Paper : Pre 1950 item #971926 (stock #val-2)
Aunt Jennie's Attic
$10
This cute valentine has moving scissors and arm to "cut you out of my heart." The front of the card is in good shape considering its age, with a slight bend when the scissors move through the slot. There is writing on the back and some glue and paper where it has been in a scrapbook. A real cutie! According to expert information just received, it is from the 1935-36 era based on the style and style of print.
 
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