Here's a near-mint original color portrait celluloid pin of John F. Kennedy. It measures 3 3/8 inches across and says...OUR 35TH PRESIDENT. Very clean front and back. Nice JFK item...a great 1960 campaign pinback!
This original 1950's GEE WHIZ TRANSFER PICTURE BOOK -'DECALCOMANIAS' features temporary tattoos of the LONE RANGER and TONTO and other subjects that include sports, transportation, flowers and wild animals. There are 5 colorful sheets with 16 small tattoos on each.These were also called 'cockamamies' back where we came from. Directions tell you how to apply these though we're not sure they'd still work and they're worth more unused. Tattoo book measures 4 1/2 by 8 1/4 inches...
Here's a rare, original ROLLING STONES item that was published in London in 1964. This accordion FOLDBOOK opens to reveal...12 SUPER GLOSSY PICTURES OF YOUR FAVORITES...the Stones, of course! Measures 3 1/2 by 4 3/4 inches folded but look out...this opens up to 3 1/2 FEET LONG! Covers are in color and inside photos are black and white with captions on the back. Rare early Stones item with Mick Jagger, Brian Jones and the gang...in excellent condition.
Many of your favorite 1960s women movie stars are probably among these 16 cards that came in penny arcade machines. Included are Ann-Margret, Deborah Walley, Ursula Thiess, Paula Prentiss, Suzanne Pleshette, Juliet Prowse, Joan Blockman, Carroll Baker, Diane Baker, Sandra Dee, Lynn Loring, Jane Fonda, Annette Funicello, Joey Heatherton, Mary Ann Mobley and Tuesday Weld. Cards measure 3 1/4 by 5 1/4 inches. All have an autograph facsimile. These are all in unused, near-mint condition. Lot of 16.
This vintage pillbox hat is made of soft, lustrous black mink tails. The inside is lined. There's no label but inside band measures 20 inches around...perfect for a petite size. Fur is supple, soft and shiny. Hat is in excellent condition. Genuine fur is the rage of the runways this season... this hat will compliment any outfit.
This vintage Marilyn Monroe drawing aid is still in its original envelope. This tool is clear plastic, shaped like Marilyn in a pin-up pose. It measures 8 1/2 by 4 1/4 inches. On it is printed...MARILYN MONROE DRAWING AID - EVERY CURVE OF MARILYN'S BEAUTIFUL BODY REPRESENTS A DIFFERENT DIRECTIONAL CHANGE OR ANGLE. ALIGNS WITH STRAIGHT EDGE. 4 POINT CONTACT. COPYRIGHT 1956 NMMM...
There's great detail in these comedy mask cufflinks that have movable mouths. These are silvertone metal and are marked OXFORD. These are very well made. Faces measure 3/4-inch high. Circa 1950. This unusual set is in excellent condition...could be the start of a miniature ventriloquist act.
This original vintage 1965 Beatles Fan Club and Tour book has 32 pages of great black and white photos of the Fab Four...starting with a portrait of them wrapped in scarves on the cover. Guaranteed to be original, the book measures 12 x 12 inches. There's a 2-inch cut off the page before last (where the publisher's name was printed) because that's how the vendors could get a refund from the distributor for copies not sold. Otherwise, book is in near-mint condition.
This is the last Beatles Fan Club Book issued by Apple in 1971, just prior to their breakup. This original 24-page magazine contains great black and white photos, a complete catalog (to that date) of Beatles singles and albums available. Also lists records by other Apple artists. Measures 8 1/2 by 11 inches. Near mint condition.
So pretty!...this vintage ring reflects art deco styling. It's marked '925'...sterling silver set with fine sparkling Marcasites and at the center, is a multi-facet cut lavender rhinestone jewel...maybe a real gemstone. This ring is size 6.5. It measures 13/16 at widest. It's in excellent condition.
This original early BEATLES item was published in London in 1964. This accordian FOLDBOOK opens to reveal...12 SUPER GLOSSY PICTURES OF YOUR FAVORITES...the Beatles, of course! Measures 3 1/2 by 4 3/4 inches folded but opened up it's a whopping 3 1/2 FEET LONG! Covers are in color and inside photos are black and white with captions on the back. Slight edge wear. Overall...rare, original and in excellent condition.
This original 1964 magazine...THE BEATLES FILM...is an 'exclusive behind the scenes story and photos' of the Beatles first movie...A HARD DAY'S NIGHT. The plot relates a 'typical' day in the life of the Beatles and this 48-page magazine has loads of great color and black and white photos from the film and production of it. This magazine was apparently published before the release of the film which hadn't been titled yet...