Up for your consideration is an original signed and inscribed photograph of dancer an actress Vera Ellen. This photo is probably from the 1940s. The inscription reads: "Hello, Mr. Levy, good luck, good wishes always - from Vera Ellen".
"Mr. (Abe) Levy" was a Winnipeg-based executive with Regal Films Corporation, the company which distributed MGM Films in Canada in the 1940s and later became MGM Canada in the 1950s...
Up for your consideration is an original signed and inscribed Red Skelton photo probably from 1943 or 1944. The inscription reads: "Best of Luck To Abe Levy - Idood It - Red Skelton". " Idood It" was a 1943 MGM film starring Skelton and Eleanor Powell.
Abe Levy was a Winnipeg-based executive with Regal Films Corporation, the company which distributed MGM Films in Canada in the 1940s and which changed its name to MGM Canada in the 1950s. Red Skelton was under contract to MGM...
This is a vintage enamel fry pan. It is missing some paint on the inside.
14k White Gold Necklace featuring a Heart Shaped Pendant set with 21 Beautiful Genuine GARNETS. There is a cluster of 7 DIAMONDS set above the Heart as accent to the Garnets. The Heart itself measures 1/2 inch x 1/2 inch. With the Diamond station it measures 3/4 inch in length. The chain is 16 inches. The Total Weight of the Garnets = 1.66 CARATS and the Diamond Total Weight = .06 CARATS.
This magnificent STERLING SILVER pin features a dragonfly with Multi-Color Enamel. There are Marcasite Eyes that act as accent to the Enamelling. This pin measures 1 7/8 inches x 2 3/8 inches and it IS in MINT condition.
This Victorian Gold Pin can also be worn as a pendant - and it appears to be in Superb condition. It is a 14k Yellow Gold Bar Pin (and pendant) featuring a BEAUTIFUL elongated Black Onyx with a swirl of Seed Pearls. This pin measures 2 5/8" in length and it is 1/2" wide.
This Suite of BLACK PEARLS feature Black Pearl Stud Earrings, a Black Pearl Bracelet and a Black Pearl Necklace 17 inches in length. The Necklace and Bracelet are clasped in STERLING SILVER. The Bracelet is 6 inches in length appropriate for a small wrist size.
Antique Style Sterling Silver SEWING scissors holder with ornate scrollwork. Approximately 4 inches long. Rare sewing accessory.
PLATINUM Cross with exquisite scrollwork. This Platinum Cross measure 1 inch x 3/4 inch and it is in Pristine condition.
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Very nice 14K gold locket with a decorative four leaf clover. Has room for 2 pictures and the locket is in the shape of a heart. Quality piece of jewelry.
Very nice and dainty antique 14k yellow gold pendant with a round diamond 0.05 carats in size.
This is a first edition, signed copy of "My Life in the Negro Leagues - An Autobiography" by Wilmer Fields. Fields was born in 1922 and died in 2004. He played for the Homestead Grays of the Negro Baseball League. He had a very interesting career both on the field and after retirement. Has the original dust jacket. The top corner on the back of the dust jacket has water staining but the book and all the pages are not affected.
Cobalt bluee glass ink bottle. Had a screw on cap at one time in its life. In excellent condition with no chips or cracks. About 2" high.
This is a very old tin butterfly. Some of the original green paint has faded. This is from 1920s or 1930s. It is small - not much larger than the penny as shown in the picture. We don't know what is ws from or if it was a pin at one time.
This is a circa WWII era plastic pin of three sailors, arm-in-arm dancing and singing - or maybe they're drunk and dancing and singing! Anyway, very unique item we got from a local estate here in Kenora. About 1.5 inch across in perfect condition.
This is a classic danish designed Eames Era caveman match holder. The figurine is very well done and it is marked on the bottom. Approx. 2" high.
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We have seen a lot of bottles but this has to be one of the most unique we've ever had. It is a hand-finished bottle manufactured in Great Britain. It has an indented shape all around, probably to facilitate holding which is very unique for its time. We don't know what this may have held - it could have been medicine, alcohol or some food product such as cooking oil - who knows. Great inscription with what looks like a reg number and "In Gt. Britain" - circa 1900 - maybe earlier.
Authentic Edison Record from 1908 with its original case. The label, case and record are in mint condition.