Excellent condition McCoy sugar with lid! It’s from the pretty Strawberry Country dinnerware line and bottom is marked: 1414, McCoy, USA.
This listing has a covered butter dish from McCoy’s Strawberry Country dinnerware line! Bottom is marked: McCoy, 7013, USA. The top’s dry ring has a few tiny dings/rough places – not detrimental – and the bottom has some crazing – again, not detrimental. Nice!
Set of 4 McCoy soup bowls from the pretty Stonecraft dinnerware line! These are the cream color with pink and blue stripes/bands. Bottoms are marked 7109, USA. Bowls are in mint condition – they look new and unused!
These hankies are heirloom quality! They are in the original box and have never been removed/used. I removed the straight pins that were holding the hankies to a piece of paper. These hankies have age/storage yellowing – I have not laundered but will at buyer’s request.
This is a pretty hanky! It’s white with a bouquet of flowers “tied” with a bow and there are two little butterflies waiting to taste the flowers. Hanky measures 14 ¼” x 13 ¾” and is in wonderful condition.
Another unusual hanky – this one has pretty colors and an interesting design! Hanky measures 14 ¾” x 14 ¾” and is in wonderful condition.
Isn’t this an unusual hanky? There are dark gray and light gray sections and the design is white lilacs. Hanky measures 13” x 13 ½” and is in excellent condition.
This is a lovely hanky – it’s yellow with a floral design of yellow mums and white carnations! Hanky measures 14 ¼” x 14 ½” and is in excellent, like new, condition.
Postcard from Veterans Administration Hospital in Indianapolis, Indiana! Postmarked 1959 and has three cancelled one cent stamps.
Interesting postcard depicting Clark County Memorial Hospital! Postmarked 1958 and has cancelled 3 cent Liberty stamp.
Dated and postmarked July 27, 1923, this is an interesting postcard! It’s number “15168. Around the Mountain Tops, Pike’s Peak Auto Highway”.
Printed in Germany, this postcard has a country road and rural scenery. It has been mailed but has no postmark date and the one cent stamp was not cancelled.