VISTA ALEGRE porcelain dish representing a former military Gunboat 1798) with the brand of "Maritime Museum - Lisbon on the back. Measures 4 1/4" x 6 1/2". Perfect condition, gold edge trim.
Nice WWI Military Navy graniteware cup with measurement markings inside the cup area - Marked USN - Rare, gorgeous, and a real beauty! Made of heavyweight gray granite with black trim. Measures 2 1/4" tall. Measurements show 1-2-3-4-5-6 ounces. Almost perfect with only a couple of small rubs on the sides, NO CHIPS or dings. An awesome crossover collectible for the Military enthusiast or the collector of graniteware. USN on the bottom.
This trench art vase was made in the WW1 era. Made from what appears to be a 22 mm brass artillery shell. Measures 5 3/4" tall, and is decorated with punch designs and flared cut top. 2" diameter at he top. These momentos of war are very collectible, especially the early ones. Nice condition. I have more photo details if you need to see them, (just ask).
Lucky you, if you have the mate to this little sailor shaker. Kewpie doll face and big bell bottom trousers. Measures just under 3" tall. Hand painted detailing. Red Japan stamp. No cork. 5 shaker holes in his hat. No chips or damages.
The first issue in the World War II: A Remembrance Collection by Jim Griffin. This plate portrays the 50 year anniversary of D-Day, June 6,1944- June 6,1994. Limited edition by the Bradford Exchange. 8" diameter – Excellent Condition and includes box and Certificate of Authenticity.
The second issue in the World War II: A Remembrance Collection by Jim Griffin. This plate portrays The Battle of Midway, Victory in the Pacific. Limited edition by the Bradford Exchange. 8" diameter – Excellent Condition and includes styro box and Certificate of Authenticity).
First issued plate in the Visions of Glory series by artist David Cook and the Bradford Exchange. Measures8" in diameter and has lots of lavish gold trim that highlights this great plate. Pristine, never displayed condition. Comes with certificate of authenticity and original styro box. I have 2 avaiable. I will be listing others in this series.
THis is a wonderful collectible knife. WWII fixed blade theatre fighting knife. Excellent condition and comes with a fancy leather sheath that has always ben with it. Measures 7 1/2" long and is marked Boulder Colo. Patd Made in USA. I believe this is made by Western. An awesome price for this great collectible knife.
Made by Flaccus, this milk glass candy container was made in 1898 civil war era. Uncle Sam sits atop the Merrimac. Measures almost 5" tall and is 6 3/4" long. Very nice condition. A couple of micro chips on the edge and his hat that maybe just a roughness on the mold edge. a small hairline crack that I just noticed about 1" long on the lid (very hard to detect). You will be very impressed with the condition of this old piece of history! Please ask if you would like to see more photos.
WWII sheet music from 1942 with flag and a man with his hand & hat over his heart paying respect. Has the "By war bonds and stamps for Victory" logo in the lower left corner. Cover artistry by Barbelle. By Paul Roberts and Shelby Darnell. Very nice crisp condition, and no writing,tears or bends!
Nice old military sheet music by Lawrence Mansfield Matt. National Guard New York. Photo of a highly decorated officer on the cover with the name "Hall". This was a dedication to the 22nd regiment. Cover artist Starmer. Pages seperated, and one small tear at the top, but basically in very good condition.No stains, writing or discoloration. (Corner darkness is a shadow ) Over sized, and would be great framed for someone who collected military items.
Great oversized militarty music by Lieutenant Gitz Rice, and words by Harold Robe. WWI Military, Music sung by John McCormack at all his engagements.Large full body photo of Lt. Gitz Rice, signed on the cover. Great clean condition. 2 corners slightly bent, and one very small tear on the spine. Nice clean crisp condition for music of this age. Photo shows a shadow, that is not discoloring on the cover.