This listing has a Cardinal China Company laundry sprinkler! He’s the “Sprinkle Plenty” sprinkler and is in super condition. The only “use” evidence is some crazing – that’s it! There is a production non-color/glaze on the tip of one foot (it is not a ding), it’s not detrimental in any way. Neat item!
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”.
Per card, this is “Union County Ohio No. 35-80-01” and is located “2 miles S.W. of Pottersburg”.
Per postcard, this covered bridge is located “one mile North of Mt. Healthy, Ohio” and is the “only remaining covered bridge in the county”. Postcard is in excellent condition, but the production run cut off the first line of the description which probably contained the name of the bridge.
Isn’t this a pretty postcard? It’s covered bridge known as “Morgan Co. #35, located 1 1/2 miles S.W. of Eagleport, Ohio”.
Per postcard, this bridge is known as “Vinton County #4” is located in “Jackson Twp. 33” , and was built in 1875. Postcard is in wonderful condition, prior owner wrote “Vinton 4” on back.
Per postcard, this is “Salt Creek Bridge – Muskingum County #31”. Card also states that it is “The only remaining bridge in Ohio with Warren Truss Construction”. Postcard is in wonderful condition but prior owner wrote on back “The OHBA owns this CB! We bought it in 1960”.
Per postcard, this is “The Root Bridge #8” located “S. of Qualey, North of Decaturville, Ohio”. Postcard is in wonderful condition – prior owner wrote on back “CB is now painted red”.
Neat postcard! Per card, this bridge is the “Only one of its kind in Ohio” and was “built in 1831”. Postcard is in very good condition but prior owner wrote “Newton Falls, Ohio” on front and “Trumbull” on back.
“The Henry” or “Washington County #6” covered bridge is located “w miles North of Cutler, Ohio”. Postcard is in excellent condition but prior owner wrote “Wash No 6” on back of card.
Per postcard, this is “Scofield Covered Bridge in Huntington Twp., Brown Co., Ohio (33-08-21)”. Postcard is in excellent condition but back has handwritten notation “Bridge is now in storage”.
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”.
Per postcard, this was named “The William’s” but was later known as “Martin Bridge” and was located in Washington County, Ohio. It “was victim of a flash flood March 4, 1963”.
Per postcard, this is a private bridge and it’s “Morgan County #2, Known as the Porter Covered Bridge” located 2 ½ miles WNW of Bristol, Ohio. Postcard is in excellent condition, however, prior owner wrote “Morgan 2” and “removed” on back of card.
Aren’t these cute ornaments? There are 4 in the listing and each has a small brush tree with glass bead “decorations”. Ornaments measure 5 ¾” at longest.
here are plastic light covers in this listing – 7 houses and 1 church! Neat!
This is a cute little Treasure Pine aluminum tree! It’s the 2 foot table top size, has a wooden center pole and base, has 13 straight needle limbs with paper storage sleeves, and is in the original box. The little pom decorations are not original to the tree but were in the box when I purchased so I’m including them – there are a total of 10 but the glass centers are broken in 3 of them.
This is an unusual find – a large red glass Christmas greeting ornament! It has snowflakes, “Merry Christmas” and a “gift tag” – all in white – and apparently it can be personalized by writing a name on the “tag”. Per box, ornament is from “Christmas Ornament Decorators Service, 608 Fifth Avenue, New York 20, New York”. Ornament is in very good condition with a couple minor color separations and a few dark dots...