Pretty silver tone filigree cross measures 2 3/4 x 2 1/8 inches. Stamped Sarah Coventry. Has accents of 4 faux pearls and a faux amethyst.Nice long double link chain. Overall measurement with pendant when closed is 15" long. Excellent condition.
Large costume silver tone metal cross with 5 faux turquoise stones. Cross measures 2 1/2" x 4" plus the double link heavy duty chain. No makers name
Old vintage stickpin or most probably a hatpin. The one rhinstone decorated end screws on to the pin at the other end.. Prong set clear and smoky stones, none missing.
Pretty little vintage silver bracelet with a natural turquoise stone. Appears to be an Indian handmade item. Needs to be reshaped.
Pretty costume jewelry pendant with a prong set oriental jade center stone. Accessorized with glue set faux pearls.Antiqued gold tone. Pendant measures 1 1/2" by 2". Chain closed with pendant, hangs to 11 1/2" long. Costume jewelry from The Vanderbuilt Jewel Collection. Original box included.
This prety little rhinestone set of costume jewelry still has the original box. Prong set emerald green stones set in gold tone settings. Chain is gold filled. Pendant hangs, while closed to a length of over 9". Earrings have screw backs. Nice condition.
Nice vintage necklace from the 1950s. Hollow silver beads and bugle beads alternation to a pleasing indian style. A silver pendant with a 1/2" by 3/4" piece of turquoise stone. Screw clasp. Closed it measures a total of 8 1/2' long. I did not clean it because some people like the old look of the silver. Perfect condition
Words and music by Kermit Goell and Mabel Wayne. Feature photo of Abe Lyman. A red Cross collectible. Very nice condition.
Great cover illustration with Uncle Sam with his dukes up! BY Cliff Friend and Charlie Tobias. Excellent condition.
This selection was from Dick Powells "Maxwell House Coffee Time" program on the radio, 1940. Cover art of Uncle Sam standing proud and tall, in red White and Blue. Lyric by Charles Newman and music by Lew Pollack. Very good condition. One tiny tear on spine.
From the 1931 movie with same title. Words by Edward Heyman and music by John W. Green. Cover photo shot of Helen Forest, and other stars in military attire. Good condition, with exception of one tear on the spine. hard to see.
From 20th century-Fox in association with the army air forces presentation by Moss Hart. "Winged Victory. Music by meade Minnigerode, george Pomeroy, and Todd Galloway. Movie with Pvt Lon McCallister, Jeanne Crain,Sgt. Edmond O'Brien, Jane Ball, Sgt.Mark Daniels, Jo-Carrol Dennison, CPL Don Taylor, Judy Holliday, Cpl.Lee J.Cobb, T/Sgt. Peter Lind Hayes, and Cpl Alan Baxter. Very good condition.