Bruce Cherner Antique Silver
All Items : Souvenirs : Pre 2000 item #961246 (stock #1935)
Bruce Cherner Antique Silver
$95.00
for year aught eight (that's 1908, not 2008), 4 5/8 by 3 1/4 inches, one minor fleabite on reverse, visible in our second photo above the letter "d" in "calendar", but fine overall condition.
All Items : China : English : Wedgwood : Pre 2000 item #914676 (stock #1899)
Bruce Cherner Antique Silver
$40.00
diameter 9 1/4 inches, fine condition, retailed by Jones McDuffee & Stratton. A superb rendition of this grand old railway station, one of the few which is still in use, or for that matter still standing...
All Items : China : English : Wedgwood : Pre 2000 item #914660 (stock #1897)
Bruce Cherner Antique Silver
$40.00
diameter 9 1/4 inches, fine condition, made for Poor Brothers jewellers, North Adams, Massachusetts. Be sure to see the fun facts to know and tell about this engineering wonder in photo number two.
All Items : China : English : Wedgwood : Pre 2000 item #914657 (stock #1896)
Bruce Cherner Antique Silver
$40.00
ware plate, diameter 9 1/4 inches, excellent condition, "Home of United Women's Efforts Lynn Women's Clubhouse..." on reverse, retailed by Jones McDuffee & Stratton.
All Items : China : English : Wedgwood : Pre 2000 item #914646 (stock #1894)
Bruce Cherner Antique Silver
$50.00
souvenir plate, retailer Jones McDuffee & Stratton, diameter 9 1/4 inches, fine condition.
All Items : China : English : Wedgwood : Pre 2000 item #876754 (stock #1760)
Bruce Cherner Antique Silver
$150.00
the famous Copley Square landmark designed by H.H. Richardson and immortalized in this the rarest of all calendar tiles, 1896. 4 3/4 by 3 3/8 inches, obverse is in excellent condition, reverse has a few minor chips as shown.
All Items : China : Pre 2000 item #788559 (stock #1674)
Bruce Cherner Antique Silver
$95.00
New York circa 1920, 4 1/2 by 6 inches, fine condition. We were initially a bit hesitant about this listing-- after all, here is Bruce Cherner Antique silver not a hand painted china emporium. What ultimately won me over was how this image evoked a very personal memory of seeing Bobby Short at the Café Carlyle, which unlike its cousin the Astor still thankfully exists...
 
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