From the Wade whimsies set #10 issued in 1979. The little tan kangaroo is in perfect condition. Stamped Wade England These Red rose tea premiums have become quite a popular collectible for people who love miniatures.
Cute little Wade whimsies green frog from the Red rose tea Canadian series #1. Perfect condition. Issued from 1967-1973. These cute little miniatures have become quite the popular collectible . Marked Wade England on bottom.
These little Wade Giraffe figures are a little different in color and texture. Both are marked Wade england. I believe one is from the whimsies set #4 and the other is from the Red Rose tea set #1. Not sure which is which. Issued in 1973. Perfect condition. Price is for each little miniature giraffe. Please specify when ordering.
This little bush baby has three blended coloring. It is from the Whimsies set #2, issued in 1972. He is in perfect condition. Marked Wade England. These little Red rose tea miniatures have become a very popular collectibles.
This is the Wade Red Rose Tea premium figurine. More recent. This is Noah and his wife from the Noahs Ark series. Perfect condition. I actually have 2 of these little whimsies. Each is a different color. One is a light tan and the other a pale green. Let me know which color prefered when ordering. Price is for each figurine. Perfect condition.These little miniatures have become a very popular collectible.
This little lion has a tan body with a chocolate brown head. He is from the Wade whimsies set #4 distributed in 1973, He is in perfect condition. Marked Wade England. These little Red Rose tea miniatures have become quite a popular collectible.
From the Wade whimsies set # 11 in 1979. The bison or buffalo, in two colors, tan body and the chocolate brown head. Perfect condition. Marked Wade England. These little Red Rose Tea miniatures have become a very popular collectible.
Little tri colored kitten with a ball of yarn. Issued in 1971.This one from the Whimsies #1 set. Marked Wade England. This little red rose tea miniatures are becoming a very popular collectible. Perfect condition.
Very old cameo pin. Reverse cut cameo design in glass. Cameo is reverse painted in gold. Set in an old bronze type setting(possibly brass) with fancy old tooled pattern. Large size measures 2 1/2" long by 2" wide. Strong pin back with safety closure. A grand piece of old vintage costume jewelry. My guess is that it is probably around 100 years old.
Old sheet music by Irving Berlin 1936. Lyrics by Edgar Leslie and music by Joe Burke. Picture of Luigi Romanelli with a cigarette in the lower left corner. Robins on a rose swag decoration. Lightly soiled. Would still look good framed, and all music intact.
From the 1937 Warner Brothers production Melody for Two, starring James Melton, Patricia Ellis, and others. Lyric by Al Dubin and music by Harry Warren. Great condition, light hand written name in upper left.
From the Movie of the same name starring Bing crosby. Intact, no rips or repairs. Pretty nice condition, a little wear along the fold. Picture of a young Bing Crosby on the cover. Light handwritten name on the cover.
From the 1936 musical "The show is on" by Vincent Minelli. Lyrics mostly by Ted Fetter & music by Vernon Duke. bit also by Hoagy Carmichael and Stanley Adams.. Music & cover in terriffic condition! Small handwritten name in upper left.
The Cradle Song by Johannes Brahms. Great condition!!! 1939
Featured picture of Freddie Martin, cover artist Newbold. Lyrics by Joe Young and Fred E. Ahlert. Cover in real good condition other than a handwritten name in light pencil.
Featured cover photo of Lou Breese. words and music by Cliff Friend and Dave Franklin. Cover ib very good condition, with the exception of a small handwritten name. 1936.
Cover artist Merman, featured photo of Marvin Fredric. Words and music by Will Groz & Jimmy Kennedy. Cover in great condition other than a handwriten name on the cover.
Sheet music by Jack Sharpe and Jerry Herst from 1937. Titled So Rare. Very good condition other than a handwritten name on the cover. Featured photo of Martha Mears.