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All Items : Jewelry : Necklaces : Pre 1960 item #922628 (stock #322)
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This beautiful squash blossom necklace is made of turquoise stones set in sterling silver. I believe that it is all handmade. The beads are hollow and are joined together with a seam in the middle. It measures 26" in total length (circumference). There are 12 squash blossoms set on a double strand of silver beads. Each blossom has a central oval stone surrounded by 7 smaller, more round stones. The naja measures 2" tall by 1.75" wide...
All Items : Ethnic : African American : Pre 1960 item #919338 (stock #320)
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This recipe box was manufactured by Fosta Products in the 1950's. It is red hard plastic with a large mammy or Aunt Jemima face on the front, and the word "recipes" written on the top in black block letters. It measures 3.5" high, 5.25" long and 3" wide. It is completely FULL of recipes (probably from the same era). It is in very good condition. There top of the lid is slightly faded in color, and the letters "p" and "e" (in recipe) are partly worn...
All Items : Ethnic : African American : Pre 1950 item #919334 (stock #319)
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This cream and open sugar was manufactured by the F&F Mold & Die Company and were issued as a premium by Quaker Oats in the 1940's. They are yellow hard plastic, with figural handles representing Aunt Jemima & Uncle Mose. Each piece measures 2 1/4" in height and is in excellent condition with no apparent damage and almost no paint wear. They are both marked on the bottom "F & F Mold & Die Works, Inc., Dayton, Ohio, Made in U.S.A." These are guaranteed to be original...
All Items : Cookie Jars : Pre 1960 item #799758 (stock #264)
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During the 1920's The Quaker Oats Company acquired "Aunt Jemima". Since that time, she has been used in numerous advertising premiums. This cookie jar is such an example. During the 1950's Quaker Oats offered this svelte "soft plastic" version. This is the second time Quaker Oats offered a plastic Aunt Jemima cookie jar - the first was a hard plastic version manufactured by F&F...
All Items : Ethnic : Native American : Pre 1910 item #786739 (stock #257)
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This amazing pouch was made by Native Americans, most likely the Iroquois. The front of the pouch is made of a tan, heavy cotton material, with brown and green beads applied in a floral design. All of the beadwork is hand stitched and original. The back of the pouch is a pink satin type material. Hand stitching connects the front to the back. The pouch still contains the original papoose...
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