I have not removed this neat item from the frame – it is exactly as I purchased – based on the size, I am guessing it is a postcard. It has a copyright date of 1930 and is in very good condition with minor chipping at one corner and a missing piece at bottom (see photos). The sentiment is lovely and was apparently treasured by the receiver. A lovely gift for a special friend.
This pretty glass caddy/holder is not aluminum but would beautifully display a set of aluminum tumblers! Excellent condition!
These are so neat! There are two solid perfume compacts – one is shaped like a book, the other like a musical instrument. Both have the perfumes – I couldn’t identify the scents but they’re very nice. The book measures 1 3/8” long, 1 ¼” wide, the other is 2 3/8” long, 1 1/8” wide (at widest). Lovely collectibles!
These old leather postcards are so neat! There are 6 in the listing and none are the same although a couple of the cards appear to be souvenirs from Goldendale, Washington. Five of the postcards measure 5 3/8” long, 3 ½” wide, one was mailed from Portland, Oreg to Goldendale, Wash. It has a postmark date of 1906 and written on front bottom is a note – “arrived o.k. at 6:15.” One of the cards has “Mfg. By D.M. Averill and Co., Portland, Ore”...
I purchased this lovely necklace many years ago at an antique shop in Ohio – it has been in my jewelry box and now it’s time to share! Necklace measures 16 ½”, it has green apple color glass beads and round glass bead “dangles” that resemble apples (?). One or two of the dangles are missing but it doesn’t detract. Neat necklace, an eye-catcher!
I’ve grouped these 2 pair of earrings together – they’re really neat! One pair is gold-tone and has an airplane – stamped on backs: Beechcraft Queen, Model 80. The other earrings are gold-tone, have an eagle, and have some color loss on edge and backs. Both pairs are clip-back style.
These earrings are so very pretty and are so unusual! They’re screw-back style and they have a circular shaped dangle (1 3/8” diameter) made of beautifully grained wood with orange color Bakelite. Gorgeous, eye-catching earrings!
This listing has an 18” gold chain with 3 round gold beads and 2 elongated textured gold beads! Necklace and beads are 14 Kt and in the original box. Great gift!
These earrings are so neat! One pair has tiny shells, measures 1 1/16” diameter, and has clip back styling. The other pair has a star and a leaf (?) and is oval shaped with screw-back styling. Eye-catching earrings!
There are 2 pairs of lovely confetti Lucite earrings in this listing! One pair is black with silvery, very light reflective confetti, measure 1 3/8” diameter, and are clip back style. The other pair has confetti hat reminds me of aurora borealis rhinestones in that they have so many different colors depending on the light angle! They measure ¾” diameter and are also clip back style. Super!
These earrings are unusual! They’re round shaped (measure ½” diameter), and have a pretty horse design under what appears to be Lucite. Earrings are screw back style and are stamped “Sterling, Amco”. Very nice!
Neat retro item! This is a sterling necklace with sterling initial “L” pendant. Necklace and pendant are stamped 925. Pendant has marcasites for added sparkle. Necklace measures 18”, pendant is 1 ¼” long (including bale) and 5/8” wide (at widest). Pretty!
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Excellent condition set of bubble lights! There are 8 lights – including a difficult to find purple color and 2 clear color ones – all work great. They have glass “slugs” instead of chemicals so the liquid is not at all cloudy. Super!
This is an adorable little angel ornament that is equally at home as a tree topper for a small tree! She measures 3 ¾” tall, has feather “hair”, glass beads on her dress and one in her “hand”. Her head feels like papier-mâché and her face is hand painted. Lovely!
This neat ashtray is the same golden yellow color of most Happy Face (Smile) items! There is one major difference – it has a frowning face! I’m not certain if it’s a “don’t smoke” frown or a “put your ashes here” frown – either way, it’s a most unusual piece of unmarked McCoy and a great addition to any collection!
Very nice McCoy green pepper cookie jar! This is the skinnier pepper (like the yellow pepper jar) and it has very pretty color – there are slightly different shades of green! Marked on bottom: McCoy, 151, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA. Jar is in wonderful condition with minor crazing – that’s it!
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This listing has a super nice McCoy tee pee cookie jar! Marked on bottom: McCoy, USA, 137. The jar has excellent cold paint and is in wonderful condition – there is a ¼” slice type glaze ding on bottom edge of lid (not visible when on jar and not very noticeable when off) – that’s it! As with many of McCoy’s cookie jars, the lid does not fit snugly. This is a very nice cookie jar and an excellent addition to any collection!
Neat creamer and covered sugar from McCoy’s Country Accents line! Creamer measures 5” tall (at tallest), sugar is 5” tall (to top of lid’s knob type handle) and both are in wonderful condition. It is unusual that these two pieces have a production “crackle” glazing (looks like crazing). It is production, not from use because it is uniform and the geese still have their original cold paint accents. Very nice set!