Geared to serious film fans, these 6 issues of FILM FAN MONTHLY are all from 1971. Included is the July/August issue which marks the 10th Anniversary of the magazine. Covers feature Una Merkel, Carmen Miranda, Fred Astaire and Vera-Ellen, Humphrey Bogart and Lizabeth Scott, and Olivia De Havilland in Gone With The Wind. Lots more inside. Some wear to cover edges but these are all in very good condition.
These are unique and fabulous vintage earrings from the 1960s. The lucite dangles are in the shape of callalily flowers. They're clip-on earrings...very light and comfortable...almost like celluloid. The callalily has a long black bead with rhinestoned pearl in the center. Earrings measure 3 inches long and are in excellent condition.
This lot of vintage cruise ship cardboard baggage tags include... American President Lines (2), Pacific Far East Line (2), French Line, and United States Lines. The largest...French Line...measures 3 5/8 by 6 3/8 inches. It has a crease at top right corner. All the tags are clean and unused with original strings. Lot of 6 vintage tags.
This original circa 1944 CAPTAIN MARVEL PICTURE PUZZLE is still in its original package. Never used, it shows one of the first flying superheroes, Captain Marvel, who was a popular comic character of the Golden Age of comics. The colorful envelope measures 7 by 10 inches. There's some wear/tear to envelope edges/corners and tape on inside flap but puzzle inside is intact and in near-mint condition.
This vintage novelty GOOD TIME - MARILYN MONROE Parfum was made in Paris France. It's still in the original wrapping...never used. The slim package contains 8 ML or .28 Fl. Oz...not much perfume but you're probably not buying it to use anyway. Box measures 1 inch across by 5 1/4 inches high. Box sides show Marilyn in some of her sexy poses. Great Monroe and/or perfume collectible!
This original vintage PENNY BRITE doll lives up to her name...she's still bright and wearing her original red and white dress with flower appliques. Back is marked Deluxe Reading - 1963 A-9. Her hair is full and rooted...very stylish for 1963. Head, arms and legs are jointed and move. She must have lost her shoes running to be photographed. Overall, Penny is in excellent condition.
These were the romance novels of the Victorian era. Published by the Arthur Westbrook Company in Cleveland, this lot of 3 original books are titled...Claire, Adrian LeRoy, and At War With Herself. These are all circa early 1900s. Measure 5 by 7 inches with colorful covers. Each is over 200 pages, printed on pulp paper. Considering the fragile nature of pulps, these are in very good to excellent condition...
This 1962 CAROLINE'S DOLL BOOK was published by G.P. Putnam's Sons shortly BEFORE her father, President John F. Kennedy was assassinated. The soft cover book is a spoof of caricatures of JFK, Jackie, Bob and Ted Kennedy, other politicians, celebrities and even some 'group' dolls who are made fun of with a line like...The Oleg Cassini Doll...You wind it up and it dresses the Jackie Doll. Book is by Joyce Haber with drawings by R. Raylor. Measures 10 by 13 inches...
NOT a reprint...this original 1890 Wehman's Cook Book is a 100-page soft cover book that tells you how to make...'kidney gravy, oyster chowder, pork fruit cake, mutton pie, hard times pudding'...and many other yummy dishes. Back cover is an ad for some of Wehman's other books available at the time. Among them TRAMP, COON AND RUBE JOKES. Pages are slightly age-yellowed but overall, this is old, unused warehouse stock in excellent condition.
NOT A REPRINT...this early Wehman Bros. book is from 1908...the NEW BOOK OF ETIQUETTE AND POLITENESS. It's 136 pages of all the 'dos' and 'don'ts' for the proper gentleman and lady of the Victorian era...
This lot of original vintage 1940s-1950s postcards feature African-Americans back in the days when they were called blacks, Negroes and 'colored folks'. These are all linen-finish postcards that have never been used. One card is captioned 'Uncle Tom...an old-fashioned Southern Negro'. Another is 'Old Black Joe'. One card is a comic illustration showing Mammy doing the wash. The other two cards show blacks in the cotton fields. All the postcards are in unused, excellent condition.
Here's an original 1930s two-sided cardboard sign for MARTIN SODAS. One side advertises MARTIN DELICIOUS SODAS - CREEMI CREAM, CREEMI ROOT BEER and CREEMI SARSAPARILLA - 5c. The other side is for MARTIN FRESH FRUIT SODA. Both sides show a bottle and the line...LABORATORY TESTED FOR YOU AND YOURS. Sign measures 11 by 14 inches. Marked at corner...'Gun Hill Printing Service - Broadway - New York'. Overall, sign is unused and in excellent condition.