This beautiful plate is perfect to hold cookies for Santa! Plate appears to be hand-painted and is in excellent condition. Back is marked: Hutschenreuther, Selb, Bavaria, Germany, 25. It has the lion and circle trademark and also the initials LHS. There is a name (below the 25) that is probably the person who decorated the plate, the name is “M. Mower”. Plate measures 9 ¾” diameter and absolutely gorgeous!
Neat glass cork top bottle shaped like a toy soldier! Measures 14 ½” tall and it doesn’t matter if you turn him front or back – the mold is the same – frontal view! Bottle is in excellent condition – no chips or cracks. Glass has some bubbles, etc. Other than “MSRF” on bottom, there are no manufacturer’s marks. Neat display item!
This is a pretty holiday display piece – a glass sleigh! Measures 4 ¾” long, 3 ¼” tall, 3 ½” wide and is in excellent condition. It has black and gold paper label/sticker: 24% Lead Crystal, Made in USA. There are so many uses for this item – fill with candy, a votive candle, fill with pretty guest soaps or potpourri, or purchase and display with our item #CH424 (lead crystal Santa)!
There are 8 Noma bubble lights in this listing and they all work! These are the more difficult to find C-6 size and have the glass slugs. Great!
Neat lighted Mrs. Claus! Made of hard plastic, she measures 13 ½” tall and is in very good condition with minor flecks of missing red color. Made by Union Products of Leominster, Mass.
This listing has four New Year’s postcards! Two postcards were printed in Germany, are postmarked 1907, and have cancelled one cent stamps. The other two have also been mailed – one is postmarked 1909, the other 1922 and both have cancelled one cent stamps.
These Christmas postcards have pretty verses! All have been mailed but only one postmark date is legible – 1925 and it has a canceled two cent stamp. the other two have canceled one cent stamps.
Five Easter postcards – one with written “to” and “from”, the others were mailed. Two are postmarked 1922 and have cancelled one cent stamps. One is postmarked 1926 and has a cancelled two cent stamp. One is postmarked 1906 and has a cancelled one cent (front facing) stamp – the address interesting, Evansville, Ind., R.R. No. 7.
This listing has five Easter postcards and each has a cross and flowers! Three have been written on but not mailed, one has a child’s scribbles (not mailed), and one is postmarked Apr. 14, 1911 with a cancelled one cent stamp.
There are three pretty Easter postcards in this listing! The one with a bird on a rose stem was printed in Germany. All three have “to” and “from” names but only one was mailed (date is not legible) and has a cancelled one cent stamp.
This listing has two neat Easter postcards! The bunnies in a basket card is a Tuck’s postcard. It’s postmarked 1912 and has a cancelled one cent stamp. The other postcard is unused.
This listing has two neat vintage Easter postcards! Neither has been mailed but they have handwritten names.
This is a very pretty Easter postcard and is from the “Easter Lily Series”. Postmarked 1909 and has cancelled one cent stamp. This postcard would be lovely framed and displayed.
Printed in Germany, this is a very pretty Easter postcard with yellow daffodils and a silver color cross! Postmarked Mar. 23, 1916 and has canceled 1 cent stamp.
This is a really neat Easter postcard! There’s a gold color egg with a bunny pulling a wagon of Easter lilies. Postmarked Apr. 13, 1927 and has canceled red two cents stamp.
Each of these Easter Greetings postcards have flowers and a cross and are from “Series 7000”. None have been mailed but have handwritten “to” and “from” names.
Five birthday postcards! All have been mailed with postmark dates of 1903, 1910 (2), 1922, and 1924 and four have canceled one cent stamps (one stamp has been removed).
I’ve grouped together five Valentine postcards in this listing! One has been mailed, postmarked Feb. 14, 1927 and has a canceled 2 cent stamp. The other three have writing but were not mailed. Neat!