Adorable little vintage Bambi deer is attached to this little green vase or planter. Measures almost 4" tall and is in pristine condition. Look at those big Bambi eyes!!
Hallmark Merry miniature Madame Alexander collection. This little doll is Little Red Riding Hood #2. Comes in original plastic showcase and is dated on the back 2001. All original tags.
Dated 1957 and Wedgewood marked. Light blue and white jasperware table lighter. Ronson refillable chrome lighter, Design is an angel driving a chariot and a Roman with an arrow in his hand. Perfect condition.
Bauer made this #18 mixing bowl. 1950's Chartreuse or lime with speckles. Measures just over 8" in diameter and is 4 1/2" deep. Marked faintly Bauer 18. Excellent except for one very teensy chip (See photo).
US Historical Society & Jefferson Pewter 1989 STAINED GLASS Mallards at Dawn by Phillip Crowe. Rare and unique plate, numbered limited edition measures app. 10” diameter. It comes in original box but no paperwork.Mallards at Dawn Stained Glass and Pewter Plate, Stained Glass from the original work by Phillip Crowe. The scene, interpreted in layers of individually-applied enamels, depicts Ducks flying over a pond and a labrador retriever...
A great vintage ceramic bank for the dog collector. This is a nice collie measuring over 7" tall. Slot for coins, but rubber stopper is missing. Would be easy to replace. Marked E-3128. Nchips or damages.
This is a big figurine!! Measures 15 1/4" tall. Made of heavy glazed pottery or ceramic. realistic looking little fawn. Perfect condition with no chips or cracks. Appears to be older.
Vintage 1936 sheet music with art deco cover. Words by Jack Lawrence and Eric Coates. Average condition, all pages intact. Tiny punch holes where it has been kept in a binder in the past.
Vintage 30's sheet music from the production "For me and my Gal" starring Judy Garland.Music is also "For me and my Gal" Words by Edgar Leslie & E. Ray Goetz. Music by George W. Meyer. Cover photo of Judy Garland. Great condition except the factory crease on the cover. All music still intact and good for use.
Music from 1943 with music and Spanish lyrics by Consuelo Velazquez, and english lyric by Sunny Skylar. Average condition. Everything is here but there are small punch holes where it has been kept in a binder along the spine. Deco art cover would look great framed, and would cover imperfections.
A great Kate Smith cover on this vintage 1933 sheet music called "Marching along together" by edward Pola & Franz Steininger. entire American lyric by Mort Dixon. Wonderful condition with no tears, stains or writing.
Great old 1909 sheet music selection from F.C. Whitney's production "The Cocolate Soldier". Titled My Hero. Music by Oscar Strauss, and English libretto by Stanislaus Stange. Oversized music and in great condition for a piece of this age. All music intact. Spine is starting to seperate.
Very Rare piece of sheet music from 1914. A historical piece, and a black memorabilia collectible, plus the great picture of Sophie Tucker on the front cover. Cover art by Starmer. Oversized measuring 10 1/2" x 14". Front cover reads: Written for laughing purposes only. When the war breaks out in Mexico I'm going to go to Montreal. (good idea!! even now days!!) Words by J. Brandon Walsh and music by Ernest Breuer...
Vintage sheet music from 1934. The beat o' mu heart by Johnny Burke and Harold Spina. Great condition with the exception of a date and signature on the upper left corner cover.
Original American Sheet Music - The Waltz You Saved For Me, Waltz Ballad, Lyric by Gus Kahn, Music by Wayne King, Emil Flindt, Introduced and Featured by Wayne King. Authentic, non-reproduction, vintage piece. Good average condition, with no tears, stains, or marks.
Vintage piano sheet music titled "Singing the blues" with guitar arrangement by Melvin Endsley. Published By: ACUFF-ROSE Publications, Nashville Tenn. 1954. Excellent condition and features a nice cover photo of Guy Mitchell. No tears, or stains or markings.OVERALL GREAT CONDITION. ORIGINAL AND COMPLETE.
Vintage WWII sheet music from the paramount production "Here come the waves". Cover features stars Bing Crosby, Betty Hutton, and Sonny Tufts. In the background are thousands of Waves. Titled Ac-cent-tchu-ate the positive (mister in between). Words by Johnny Mercer and music by Harold Arlen. This would be perfect, but the creases on the front are factory done. Nice clean crisp copy. Dated 1946.
A wonder clean" as recorded by heart throb Sonny James in 1956. Music by words by Carole Joyner & Ric Cartey.