All Items : Toys and Games : Teddy Bears : Boyds Collection : Contemporary item #1099104 (stock #M4110)
This is a neat collectible item – a Boyd’s Bear made for Longaberger! This is an angel bear and is in new condition with the original hangtag identifying her as “Starr Bearyproud”. Cute!
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This is a super Santa candy container! He has some minor color loss to his arms and boots – this container was produced with red arms, black boots and belt, and white “fur” – it did not have all-over color. The plastic head (lid) is in super condition and container still has the original paper sticker/label on bottom! Per label, “Santa Claus”, (list of ingredients), J.H. Millstein Co, Jeanette, PA”. Neat Item!
All Items : Toys and Games : Teddy Bears : Boyds Collection : Contemporary item #1085752 (stock #M4086)
These cows were so cute that I couldn’t resist purchasing them at a sale in Indiana! They measure approximately 10 ½” tall and are in excellent condition (one is missing the original paper tags). Per the tag, these are from Boyd’s Bears “Chairman of the Board” line. Super neat items!
Very nice Smile Face lunch box! Although this is a metal lunchbox, it is a newer (not vintage) production. Side has: G Whiz! Loads of fun for the whole family!” TM & Brainiaks, Inc. Van Nuys, CA 91405. Lunchbox is in new, unused condition. It has a couple tiny flecks of missing red paint that probably occurred during storage. Cute item!
This listing has a super collectible Barbie – not only is she a University of Kentucky graduate bur she’s a Millennium graduate! Excellent condition, never removed from box.
This listing has a Parker Brothers Ouija board game! Box has copyright date of 1972, Parkers Brothers of General Mills Fun Group, Inc.” The box shows some wear – one corner is split, there is a name written in upper left corner and there is what appears to be white-out on the letter “J”. The board is in like new condition...
This bottle of “Tweedie” toilet water is approximately 2/3 full! Front of label states this is “Tweedie, Toiletries for Little Girls”. Back of label states “Your very own fragrance … TWEEDIE all set for you to spray. Try a little on your hanky … it’s like carrying a bouquet of flowers!” This is a 2 oz. bottle (now 2/3 full) and it is not a spray, and you know what? It does have a pleasant floral fragrance!
Uncut paper dolls by Tom Tierney! The paper dolls are in book form published in 1984 and the paper dolls are “Great Black Entertainers”. In wonderful condition – looks like cola spilled on the first page (see photo) – that’s it! Priced to reflect imperfection.
I have two of these children’s Christmas stockings! They’re filled with little plastic toys! There is a poodle, a bear, a space gun, a space ship (saucer), a tiger (a rhino in the other), plastic glasses, nose and mustache combo, 2 hand-held games, a badge, a swan, and two boxes that I assume are also games of some sort. These stockings were made after zip code inception – I would guess them to be from the 1970’s – and per label, they are not recommended for children under 3 years old...
This is a neat lunchbox! Issued in 1975, this is the Betsey Clark lunchbox – also called Hallmark Kids. Lunchbox is in very good condition with minor color rubs – see photos – there is no thermos. Reference book shows a 1999 value of $60.00
This listing has a cute little cat fact/head rattle and 6 hard plastic teething toys on a chain! The rattle handle is soft plastic, cat head is hard plastic and has “beads” inside to make the rattle sound when shaken. The teething toys have different shapes – a round clock face, a puppy, a duck, a kitten, a house, and a bunny. These items are not for use – they are display only as they were probably produced before baby safety guidelines were developed.
This is such a cute Aladdin lunch box! Made in 1975, it has a patch-quilt type look cute happy dog with flowers on a denim-look background. It has the original thermos but it’s missing the cup/top. Both pieces are in very good condition with very minor “use” evidence. Neat lunch box that is not your everyday find!
THIS IS SO CUTE -- A SMALL WOODEN "BOX BAG"! CHILD SIZE -- MEASURES 3 1/4" TALL (NOT INCLUDING HANDLE), 5 3/4" LONG, 2 3/4" WIDE -- AND HAS A HANDPAINTED TRAIN ENGINE AND 1 CAR ON LID. INSIDE LID HAS MIRROR, INSIDE BOTTOM HAS "COLLECTORS ITEM, DECORATED FOR YOU BY GARY GAIL DALLAS, MADE IN HONG KONG". LITTLE PURSE IS IN VERY GOOD CONDITION -- MIRROR HAS A DARK SPOT AND THERE ARE LITTLE CHIPS ON 2 BOTTOM CORNERS AS WELL AS MINOR SCUFFS, ETC. FROM USE. CUTE ITEM -- SELDOM FOUND IN THIS SIZE!
THIS LISTING HAS TWO CLEAR GLASS CANDY CONTAINERS SHAPED LIKE MILITARY HATS! PER REFERENCE BOOKS, THESE ARE CIRCA 1942. MEASURE 3 3/8" LONG (AT LONGEST), 1 7/16" TALL (AT TALLEST), AND 3" DIAMETER (TOP). OUTSIDE HAS FIND HORIZONTAL LINES AND 3 EAGLE INSIGNIA -- ONE AT CENTER AND ONE ON EACH SIDE. THE LEDGE IS HALFWAY DOWN AND THE EAGLES FACE TO THE RIGHT WHICH INDICATES THE CONTAINERS WERE MADE BY PLA-TOY CO. OF GREENSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA...
MADE IN 1968, THIS LISTING IS FOR A BRUNCH BAG! ZIPPERED BAG IS GREEN VINYL WITH GOLD COLOR BANDS AT TOP AND BOTTOM. PER LARRY AIKENS "GUIDE TO VINYL AND PLASTIC LUNCHBOXES", BAG WAS MADE BY ALADDIN INDUSTRIES. IT IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION -- LOOKS NEW -- AND IT CAME WITH A KING-SEELEY THERMOS AND A SMALL CLEAR, COVERED SNACK CONTAINER! SUPER ITEMS.
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EXCELLENT CONDITION KEN TRAVEL CASE! MADE IN 1962, CASE IS A LIGHT PURPLE (LILAC) COLOR, FRONT HAS KEN AND ALSO KEN AND BARBIE STANDING BY A SPORTS CAR. LOWER LEFT CORNER HAS "PONYTAIL", RIGHT CORNER HAS REGISTERED AND COPYRIGHT "1962 BY MATTEL, INC.". INTERIOR IS CLEAN WITH ONLY "USE" EVIDENCE BEING A COUPLE TEARS ON THE CARDBOARD "SHELF" -- COULD BE GLUED...
NEAT AND DIFFICULT TO FIND THERMOS -- DONNY AND MARIE! IN VERY GOOD CONDITION -- HAS MINOR BLACK COLOR LOSS (FLECKS) AND HAS LOST THE SCREW-ON CAP FOR OPENING. GREAT COLLECTIBLE ITEM!
VERY COLORFUL LUNCH BOX AND THERMOS! THIS ONE IS WALT DISNEY'S SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS AND WAS PRODUCED BY ALADDIN INDUSTRIES OF NASHVILLE, TN. LUNCH BOX HAS MINOR COLOR WEAR ON EDGES AND ONE LOWER CORNER HAS A SMALL PUSHED-IN PLACE -- I DON'T KNOW IF IT COULD BE PUSHED OUT FROM THE INSIDE OR NOT. THE THERMOS HAS COLOR WEAR CAUSED BY RUBBING AGAINST THE METAL HOLDER IN LUNCH BOX. THIS IS A VERY NICE SET AND IS A GREAT ADDITION TO A COLLECTION!