This original embroidered cloth patch was made for the release of the Beatles 1968 animation film...YELLOW SUBMARINE. This SGT. PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND patch measures 3 inches across. Sew it on anything...it's in unused excellent condition. (Buy 3 and save.)
These 2 original Exhibit cards feature one of America's favorite cowboys...Gene Autry...with autograph facsimiles. The circa 1950 cards have a blue tint and measure 3 1/4 by 5 1/4 inches. These cards were gotten in old penny vending machines. One has pinholes at corners. Both show some corner wear...one has some crinkling across forehead. Both are still in very good condition.
NOT a reproduction...here's a colorful lithographed ORIGINAL old fruit crate label for BLACK JOE JUICE GRAPES - 13 by 4 inches. These were intended to go on the sides of fruit crates. This was never used and is in near-mint condition...a great one to frame up.
This lot of 3 vintage matchbooks are souvenirs of the defunct Pan American Airlines. These are circa 1957-1958...one of the backs has a pocket calendar for those years. One matchbook advertises the CLIPPER CARGO service. The other 2 show artistic illustrations for destinations...New Zealand and Tahiti. The matches are gone but the matchbooks are in excellent condition.
These 2 vintage postcards came from Akron Ohio...home of the Goodyear Blimp. One card is captioned 'Goodyear Air-Dock...the world's largest building without interior supports'. The other card calls the same place...'Goodyear Aerospace Building Complex' with the 'Air-Deck'. Dock or Deck, these are great original vintage postcards for the airship fan...both unused and in excellent condition.
He's a charmer, that Donald. This large vintage pendant shows THE Donald on his best behavior...a true angel in duck feathers. The pendant measures 2 1/8 by 3 1/4 inches. It's enamel-painted on goldtone metal. Back is marked WALT DISNEY PRODUCTIONS. Seems like it should be 'ProDUCKtions' in this case. Excellent condition. A great vintage collectible for the Disney/Donald collector.
This old and original postcard-size Exhibit card is from the 1950s and features pitching ace BILLY PIERCE of the Chicago White Sox. Card was made by the Exhibit Supply Co. to be sold in penny arcade vending machines. Card has an autograph facsimile. Card measures 3 1/4 by 5 3/8 inches. Marked 'Printed in U.S.A.' at bottom right with blank back. The card has a tiny crease at top right corner but is overall in very good+ condition.
These 2 original pins are Air Force souvenirs. One is from the Air Force Academy. The other says...McGuire A.F.B. New Jersey and shows a jet plane in the center. Pins measure 1 3/4 inches across. Both are in excellent condition.
This original circa 1930s Felix the Cat Orange Dry soda bottle cap features the rambunctious cat holding a bottle of his own. Cap is tin lithographed in black and orange. Has the original cork liner. Measures 1 1/4 inch across at bottom. A few minor nicks to the litho but overall Felix is top cat...and cap.
This old Victorian era postcard is postmarked 1903 and it's the biggest early advertising card we've ever seen. Made for (name looks like) J. Conroy Co. in Cincinnati Ohio, the card promotes the furniture store at holiday time of year. The card is illustrated with a Victorian lady at her desk and a rocking chair. Card measures 9 by 5 1/2 inches. Slight bit of wear/tear at mostly top edge. Overall in very good condition.
This vintage trade token was made for the 1961 Greater Providence 325th Anniversary Celebration - 1636 - 1961. One side of the brass or bronze coin says...'Good for 50c in cash or trade at any cooperating business in Greater Providence until 6 p.m. June 27, 1961'. The Rhode Island premium coin measures 1 1/4 inches across. You're too late to cash it in in Providence but not too late to add it to your collection.
This 1964 Topps LOU BURDETTE card #523 looks like it would grade high. It's in very clean condition with sharp corners and good centering. The surface is glossy...clean front and back.
Here's a set of 5 WINGS - BACK TO THE EGG promo cards...issued for Paul McCartney and Wings in the early 1970s. Cards measure 1 3/4 by 2 7/8 inches and feature photos of each band member including Paul's first wife, Linda. Backs have a bio of each band member. All cards are in near-mint condition.
She's not what you'd expect to see on a box of vegetables but she's PLENTI GRAND and with those legs, can probably sell ice to Eskimos. NOT a reprint...this old original lithographed crate label features the great pinup wearing some scanty underwear and sexy shoes. Label measures 7 by 9 inches. Great for framing...it's in perfect condition.
This original old 1912 book is titled...Tommy Tiptop And His Baseball Nine...Or The Boys of Riverdale and Their Good Times...by Raymond Stone. Published by Charles E. Graham & Co. Book is illustrated and it's a nice story about a boy and his favorite sport. 126 pages. Inside front page has a pasted-down Santa face with inscription... 'Merry Christmas to Bobby 1934'. Some wear to book corners/edges and pages are slightly age-yellowed. Spine is tight. Book is overall in very good condition.
If you needed to mail a letter between Albany N.Y. and Rutland, Vt., you might have had to run fast to catch this 'United States Mail Highway Post Office' bus. It's the first P.O. on wheels we've ever seen and this original old real photo postcard came from a Florida Postmaster's collection. The photo was taken by H.B. Rood of Poultney, Vt. Card has an undivided back and notation as seen. It's postally unused. Excellent condition.
This original vintage Cracker Jack plastic whistle is circa 1950s. It was a premium toy you'd find in a box of the delicious sweet popcorn. Whistle measures 7/8 by 1 5/8 inches. Marked 'The C.J. Co.'. It's in excellent condition.
This original 1928 sheet music has a great art deco cover, representing the start of the Jazz age. This Denton & Haskins EDITION MODERNIQUE OF HOT PIANO SOLOS is titled TURQUOISE. They list some of their other titles on the front. Silhouettes of the piano player and some swinging dancers. We like their tag line...'You can't blow 'em cold'. Music is unused, in near-mint condition.