Claiborne, Craig. New York, Harper & Row, 1961. Good in good dust jacket.
Truett, Randle Bond. New York, Hastings House Publishers, 1954. Fashion notes by Phillip Robertson. First ladies and their gowns are illustrated in photographs. good in chipped dust jacket.
Hindle, Brooke and Lubar, Steven. Washington, D.C., The Smithsonian Institution, 1996. Very good in good slightly scuffed dust jacket.
Marked on the bottom Shawnee U.S.A. 769. This planter has a green glossy glaze with the waterwheel accented by a brown matt finish. No cracks, chips, crazing or other flaws.
This set of Shawnee figures consists of a chinese man with chopsticks and his companion, a woman with umbrella. They are glazed in muted greens and pink. Marked on the bottom with USA and an unreadable number.
Francis, David W. and Francis, Diane DeMali. Fairview Park, Ohio, Amusement Parks Books, Inc., 1988. 125th. anniversary edition, revised and enlarged. Illustrated boards, published with no dust jacket. Very good.
These sweet Cocker Spaniel pups are the last in the Field trips series by Lynn Kaatz for Knowles China Company. The plate was issued in 1992 and is boxed with all documentation.
Issued in 1992, Chesapeake Retrivers are the seventh in the Field Trips series by Lynn Kaatz. Boxed with documentation.
Number five in Lynn Kaatz's Field Trips set, this plate depicts English Setter pups with a Grouse Tales book. Boxed and with all paperwork.
Another Lynn Kaatz plate, the third in the Field Trips series, this features a pair of Beagles in a lithographed produce box. Boxed and with documentation.
This graceful starfish pin appears to be dancing happily. The pin is signed Coro and the brushed gold finish is studded with power blue faux turquoise stones and rhinestones. It measures 2 1/2" by 2 1/2".
This sterling charm bracelet is so chock full of charms, I think one more might break the camel's back. The bracelet weighs about 155-160 grams. It holds 45 charms most of which (31) are marked sterling. There is also one coin in a coin ring, 1 marked pewter, one plastic, one capped stone, and 10 which are not marked or unreadable. Most are destination charms, e.g. Old Faithful, Cedar Point, Wall Drug, Jackson Hole, Nevada, Cypress Gardens, Silverton Colorado, etc...