Very pretty light blue color Fire-King mixing bowl! Marked on bottom: Fire-King, Oven Ware 15, Made in U.S.A. Bowl measures 6” tall, 8 ½” diameter and is in excellent condition!
This listing has a fish shaped glass ornament with a spun glass tail! Measures 5 ¼” long (at longest) and is light gold color with red accent color and black eyes. He has some age discoloration spots and a small chip on tail – may be attached to the tail glue but I couldn’t be certain.
Super collectible Fitz and Floyd items – Santa bookends! They’re weighted and each has 2 paper labels. One label has Fitz and Floyd, Inc. with copyright date of MCMLXXVI, FF and the other label has FF, Japan. Both Santas are in wonderful condition but as can be seen in photos, their red paint is flaking. This is cold paint – not fired-on – and it removes very easily when wet. They could easily be repainted or color touched up. Difficult to find items.
These ornaments are so neat! Two are dated (1978 and 1986). The 1978 ornament has “Merry Christmas 1978” and has a little boy looking at a Christmas tree. The 1986 has a bird (Dove?). The ones without dates have a Santa, a partridge, and a group of carolers. All are in wonderful condition (the 1986 is missing its metal hanger loop). Each has lots of detail. Pretty!
There are 5 postcards in this listing! One “Why don’t you write?” is postmarked 1908, one “Sincere Greetings” that is unused, two “Greetings from” (one dated 1907, the other not mailed but has handwritten “to” and “from”), the last one is “Greetings” postmarked but is not legible.
These birthday postcards have neat verses! The two with “A Happy Birthday” are unused. The other three have been mailed with postmark dates of 1917 and 1921 and have cancelled one cent stamps.
Five Happy Birthday postcards in this listing! Four have been mailed with postmark dates of 1909, 1910, 1914, and 1919. Three have cancelled one cent stamps, one stamp has been removed. The other postcard has handwritten “to” and “from” names but was not mailed.
Five birthday postcards! All have been mailed with postmark dates of 1903, 1910 (2), 1922, and 1924 and four have cancelled one cent stamps (one stamp has been removed).
Five birthday postcards – three have been mailed and have postmark dates of 1909, 1913, and 1914 and have cancelled one cent stamps. The other two have handwriting but were not mailed. Neat!
There are five really neat birthday postcards in this listing! Three have handwritten “to” and “from” and two have been mailed with postmark dates of 1916 and 1920. Both have one cent stamps with one appearing to have not been cancelled.
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.