The cuticle tool is 4 1/2" in length. The tip of the tool has a slight bend and some of the petals on the daisies are dented in.
The button hook is 8" in length.
The handles are decorated in a daisy motif and are marked "Sterling".
The ends of the tools are metal which have darkened with age and have some light rust.
It is approx 14 1/2" long
They are approx 4 1/2" in length.
Condition is mint in package.
It is 8 1/2" long and 5 1/2" tall
It has green marbles for eyes
The coin slot has some chips around it
It is 6 1/2" tall.
It has the initials RH on the front of his hat.
There is a tiny nick at the rim of the base.
Marked Japan on the bottom.
It is approx 8" tall.
Appears to be a beefsteak tomato.
The bottom has an impressed mark "1989 H&HD" "Mexico"
There is a flea bite chip at the tip of one of the stem leaves.
They are approx 5 1/2" tall and very cute.
They have their original rubber corks.
The salt shaker is marked Twin Winton Calif on the bottom.
The rubber cork on the salt shaker is brittle and will need to be replaced.
Part of the cork has crumbled off otherwise the shakers are in great condition.
It is 2 3/4" tall & 8" in diameter.
There are 8 raised ridges on the inside of the bowl.
No chips. There is a crackle iridescent finish.
Glows under black light.
Unmarked, possibly manufactured by Tiffin Glass Co.
She is 9 1/2" in length.
Blue hand painted details.
Marked Made in Portugal incised # 78 on the bottom.
It is 54"L x 36 1/2" W.
There are twelve 7 1/2" x 7 1/2" embroidered squares with a blue border.
There are squares of Families, Children, Cats, Chicks, a Leprechaun, Service Station, Fawn and a Puppy.
Each square has the name of the embroiderer on it.
There are a few stains. No tears or rips.
It is a 1st edition dark blue hardback book with Marilyn Monroe on the front of the dust jacket.
It is 11" x 12" has 144 numbered pages.
Published by Portland House.
Gently used, tight bindings.
The 1st blank page has a white label affixed to the top right edge.
It is 11" tall.
Marked "Treasure Craft" "Made in USA" under the lid.
The letters are hand written from two sons one in the U.S. Air Force stationed at various locations in the U.S. and the other son was in the U.S. Navy.
They are writing home to their parents and fiance. Nice military stationary.
There is a telegraph and a few photos also.