I purchased these two kitchen towels sometime ago at the same estate sale where I purchased the “risqué” towel set that we recently sold! Like those towels, these had never been used and had faint storage lines and a musty smell – I have laundered, lightly starched, and ironed them and they turned out great with vivid colors! These towels are not the “new” issues that are surfacing – I have seen those and they are made of very lightweight material...
These Mojud stockings are “Carmolon nylon stockings” and “one size fits short, medium, tall”! They are in the original shrink plastic packages and the color is “Paradise”.
These Mojud stockings are “agilon nylon seamless stretch” and are size C (10 ½ - 11 – 11 ½). They are in the original shrink plastic packages and the color is “Dandy Black”.
This pair of Mojud nylons is size 10M and are “seamless supreme”. They are in the original box and the color is “Teakwood”.
This listing has 4 pairs of Mojud “seamless supreme” stockings! They are in the original box, size 10 M, and the color is called “Harmony”.
There is one pair of Mojud “seamless supreme” stockings in this listing! They are in the original box, are size 10 ½ M, and the color is “Paradise”.
Another excellent Mojud listing! There are two pairs of “seamless supreme” nylons still in the original box. They’re size 10 ½ M and the color is “Brownette”.
There is one p air of Mojud seamless stockings in this listing! They’re size 10 ½ m, color is “Sierra”, and they are in their original box! Very nice.
This listing has 12 EAPC cups! They are in excellent condition.
I’ve grouped these two lovely Hallmark ornaments together! Neither one is in its original (correct) box but the boxes they were stored in did offer a measure of storage protection (the boxes are a little rough). There’s a Christmas 1982 satin ornament with plastic sleeve that shows a horse drawn stagecoach with Christmas 1982 on front...
This plastic Santa has the neatest face! Made by Empire Plastics and dated 1996, Santa measures 19” tall. Neat!
Super nice soup mugs from McCoy’s Strawberry Country line! Bowls have two little round handles and bottoms are marked: McCoy, Lancaster Colony (mark). There are 4 soup mugs in their original box and the little McCoy production booklet is enclosed. Box has evidence of storage/wear and soups have typical production flaws (pin-pops, etc). These bowls are difficult to find items in this dinnerware line.