This is a neat item for a poodle collector – it’s a gold tone poodle zipper pull! Poodle measures 1 ¼” long has “coral” red/orange eyes, and is in the original box.
What a treasure – a pop-up Nativity! It folds flat for storage and front has “Gloria in Excelsis Deo”. There’s also a name that appears to be V Kubawta (or KubawFa) and it’s also on the inside (could be artist or designer’s name?). Super condition!
FROM MY COLLECTION, THIS LISTING HAS 3 GEISHA GIRL SANDWICH/DESSERT PLATES. THEY MEASURE 7 1/8" DIAMETER AND ARE ALL SAME PATTERN -- WOULD MAKE A STRIKING WALL DISPLAY. EXCELLENT CONDITION WITH NO CHIPS OR CRACKS!
Make your own sliced butter “pats” with this handy gadget from the early 1940’s! It’s marked “Portionetto” and “Germany Pat”. I saw in one of those gadget catalogs that this item is being reproduced due to popular demand/customer requests! This one is not a reproduction, it is an original!
This is a pretty postcard! Per back, it’s “Bethlehem – The Manger”. Also has “Copyright 1975 – Ed. Franciscan Printing Press – Jerusalem”. Postcard has not been mailed but has a couple places on back where it was apparently taped or glued to something and small amount of the postcard paper came off when removed. Nice collectible!
Postcard – “Putnam County, Indiana. 14-67-08 Black Bridge, 1860-1962, formerly located 1 mile west of Greencastle over Big Walnut Creek. Burr Arch 110 feet.”
Postcard of Blue Creek Covered Bridge, Franklin County, Indiana! Excellent condition.
Unmailed postcard, “Cade’s Mill Covered Bridge”, No. 23-02.
Per postcard, this is the “75’ Cain Archer Covered Bridge #29” of Noble County”. Postcard is in excellent condition but back has handwritten “Noble 29” and “removed years ago”.
Neat postcard of “Historic Old Water Power Mill, Carroll Co., Indiana”. Per card, “equipment is still in operating condition” and “the mill is now a museum”.
Postcard of Clifty Bridge, Mill Race Park in Columbus, Indiana!
Unmailed postcard, “Coburn Bridge”, De Kalb County, Indiana.
Postcard – “Cornstalk Bridge. It was built in 1917 over Cornstalk Creek in Putnam County near Raccoon, Indiana. It is 82’ long and 16’ wide.” Postcard has a small bend/tear at upper right corner.
Unmailed postcard, “Adams County, Indiana, #14-01-02, Ceylon Covered Bridge”.
Postcard of ramp covered bridge, over Salt Creek at North entrance, Brown County, Indiana State Park. Excellent condition.
Unmailed postcard, “Brown County, Indiana, 14-17-01, Bean Blossom Covered Bridge”.
Unmailed postcard, “Carroll County, Indiana, 14-08-02, Lancaster or Beard Bridge”.
Never mailed postcard, “Greetings from Centerville, Indiana”.