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NOTES.RIGHT OFF THE BAT LET ME APOLOGIZE FOR SOME OF THE PICTURES.

THE U.S. ARMY PRINTS & THE POSTCARDS HAVE MUCH MORE VIBRANT COLORS THEN SHOWN.

I GUESS MY FLASH WASHED THE COLORS OUT.

DETAILS.IF YOU WISH TO PREVIEW ANYTHING YOU WILL HAVE TO WAIT.

RIGHT NOW EVERYTHING IS PACKED AWAY.

WATCH THIS SECTION FOR UPDATES.

1.1955 U.S. ARMY IN ACTION PRINT "FIRST AT VICKSBURG".

THIS PRINT IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION!

THE FOLLOWING IS FROM ANOTHER WEBSITE.

"Confederate Lines, Vicksburg, Mississippi, 19 May 1863. In this assault against bitter resistance the 1st Battalion, 13th Infantry, lost forty-three percent of its men, but of the attacking force, it alone fought its color up the steep slope to the top. General Sherman called its performance "unequalled in the Army" and authorized the 13th Infantry to inscribe "First at Vicksburg" on its color. Although it took two more months of hard fighting to capture Vicksburg and split the Confederacy, no episode illustrates better the indomitable spirit of Americans on both sides."

2.VINTAGE, BUT IN VGC, ARE THESE RAGGEDY ANN & ANDY DOLLS.

I COULD FIND NO ID MARKS OR TAGS BUT THEN AGAIN I DID NOT LOOK UNDER THE CLOTHES.

THEY ARE CURRENTLY PACKED AWAY AND NOT ACCESSIBLE.

3.GAF VIEWMASTER COLLECTION INCLUDES THE PROJECTOR IN EXCELLENT WORKING CONDITION,

20+ DISCS IN VG TO POOR CONDITION,

A CASE,

AND THE RED VIEWER IN VGC!!

4.BOX FULL OF MARBLES & SOME JACKS WITH FAINT REMNANTS OF RED PAINT.

THE 2 DICE ARE WOOD.

5.40+ VINTAGE FUSES!

A VARIETY OF SIZES, BRANDS AND CONDITIONS.

6.HUNDREDS, PERHAPS A THOUSAND DRAGON BALL Z COLLECTOR OR GAMING CARDS!!

POSSIBLY SOME VERY VALUABLE CARDS IN THIS BOX!

UNSORTED AS FAR AS I KNOW.

7.SIX ELVIS ALBUMS.

CARDBOARD COVERS ARE IN VG TO GOOD CONDITION WITH NORMAL STORAGE WEAR MARKS.

MOST HAVE AN INNER PAPER SLEEVE.

ALBUMS LOOK TO BE IN GOOD CONDITION.

8.A NICE VARIETY IN THIS LOT.

FROM THE WWII WORLD WAR TWO YEARS THE COLUMBUS CITIZEN NEWSPAPER IS COMPRISED OF FRONT PAGES FROM THAT TIME PERIOD!!

OTHER ITEMS AS SHOWN.

9.OLD STOCK CERTIFICATES ARE IN EXCELLENT CONDITION!!

ALSO IN THIS LOT IS THE BAR OF LIFEBUOY IN ORIGINAL BOX,

HANK WILLIAMS STORY MAGAZINE,

AND 2 VINTAGE PAIR OF EYEGLASSES ALONG WITH A CASE.

10.JOHN GLENN 45 RECORD ALONG WITH A CARD.

K'9 CARDS, MOVIE CARDS, AND THE LIKE NEW SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD DECAL.

11.OUR FIRST OF SEVERAL PAIRS OF SKIS.

PLEASE LOOK AT THE PICTURES AS i HAVE NO EXPERIENCE WITH SKIS.

FROM WHAT I SEE THE BRAND IS K2 WITH A NUMBER OF 4500 AND THE WORD ESCAPE.

12.A TOTAL OF 4 CLASSIC CAR PRINTS FROM THE 1970'S.

PRINTS ARE ALL 36 X 23.

13.1974 U.S. NAVY PRINT/POSTER IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION AND IS 25 X 36!!
14.VINTAGE POSTCARDS GOING AS FAR BACK AS 1924 AND MAYBE EARLIER.

FLORIDA, D.C., NEW ENGLAND STATES, AND SOME MIDWEST.

ALL APPEAR TO BE USED.

15.A HIGHLY DESIRABLE MCM BOOKBAG THAT DOES NEED TWO REPAIRS.

THE STRAP AND A ZIPPER.

TO BE CLEAR I AM NOT SURE IF THE ZIPPER NEEDS REPAIRED OR IS SUPPOSED TO LOOK LIKE THAT.

OTHER ITEMS INCLUDE ANOTHER BACKPACK, PURSE, HATS, CAR FLAG, AND WICKER PICNIC BASKET.

16.APPROXIMATELY 65 MATCHBOX, HOT WHEELS, ERTL, AND MORE BRANDS.

THE JAG RACING CAR KIT MAY BE COMPLETE AND DOES INCLUDE THE DECALS!!

BOX IS IN GOOD CONDITION.

17.2 VINTAGE BOX CAMERAS INCLUDE A BROWNIE 2A MODEL B,

AND A BLACK CAMERA WITH THE LAST PATENT DATE BEING 1910.

THIS CAMERA HAS A WOOD BOX.

18.VINTAGE 45'S AND 33'S.

PHOTOS SHOW A SAMPLING OF WHAT YOU WILL FIND.

19.A VERY NICE BOX OF ALBUMS!!

THESE LOOK TO BE IN VERY GOOD CONDITION.

SOME WRITING ON A FEW OF THE COVERS.

20.THE # 7 OSU JERSEY IS, I BELIEVE, A SIZE LARGE. (I FORGOT TO PICTURE THE SIZE AND JUST CAN'T REMEMBER)

WE ALSO HAVE THE "TRAIL OF TEARS" BRASS BOOKENDS,

AND THE LARGE COKE BOTTLE PIGGY BANK!!

21.TAKE A VERY CLOSE LOOK AT THIS LOT.

NOT ONLY ARE THERE ITEMS HERE THAT MAY HAVE SOME VALUE, YOU WILL NOTICE A FEW ITEMS HERE THAT I BELIEVE GO WITH OTHER MERCHANDISE YOU WILL FIND IN LATER LOTS.

NOTICE THE RING ON TOP OF THE DECK OF CARDS....IT IS 925 STERLING AND FAIRLY HEAVY.

THERE ARE OTHER PIECES OF JEWELRY IN THIS LOT THAT MAY HAVE VALUE.

22.2 1976 BLACK WOMEN IN HISTORY COLORING BOOKS ARE UNUSED AS IS THE PEANUTS COLORING BOOK.
23.MAX BURTON BY ATHENA STOVE TO GO 12 VOLT HOT LUNCH BOX NEW IN ORIGINAL SHRINK WRAP.
24.OFFICE AND COMPUTER ITEMS INCLUDING

A NEW IPAD 2 OR 3 COVER,

AND THE SHARP CALCULATOR WITH PRINTER.(PRINTER IS UNTESTED.)

25.AND A ONE AND A TWO...

HOW ABOUT A LAWRENCE WELK AUTOGRAPHED BOOK!!!

OTHER ITEMS AS SHOWN.

26.FROM ROAD CHAMPS ARE THESE FOUR DIE CAST BUSES OF DIAMOND RIO

TRAVIS TRITT

HANK WILLIAMS JR.

AND BILLY RAY CYRUS!!

27.FROM THE 1979 OHIO STATE BASKETBALL BANQUET IS THIS GLASS COMMEMORATING THE 1978-79 SEASON.
28.28 PAGES FULL OF SPORTS CARDS FROM A VARIETY OF SPORTS!!

I TRIED TO PICTURE SOME NOTABLE PLAYERS BUT THERE WAS A LOT TO CHOOSE FROM!!

29.COLUMBUS CLIPPER COLLECTIBLES AS WELL AS A BRIAN GRIESE PHOTO.

NOTICE THE COMPLETE 25 CARD SET FROM 1981!

I BELIEVE THE AUTOGRAPH'S ARE AUTHENTIC.

30.FROM ROAD CHAMPS ARE THESE FOUR DIE CAST BUSES OF

RICKY SKAGGS,

GEORGE JONES

LORRIE MORGAN

AND MARTY STUART!!

31.DISNEY COLLECTIBLES AND MORE!!

THE 16MM CAN IS EMPTY.

OTHER ITEMS INCLUDE THE 3 STOOGES 8MM MOVIE,

CHEST,

AND BOOKS.

32.VINTAGE TOYS AND BOOKS AS WELL AS AN UNTESTED SPEAK AND SPELL.
33."OLD FASHIONED" MOVIE TIME POPCORN MAKER.

MAKER DOES POWER ON!!

34.40" PLASTIC GHOST!!

HAS A SMALL CRACK.

HAS A HOLE FOR A LIGHT (NOT INCLUDED).

35.STAR WARS AND INDIANA JONES COLLECTIBLES!!
36.LARGE LOT OF VINTAGE CABINET CARDS AND WHAT I BELIEVE ARE CDV CARDS!

I HAVE PICTURED BUT A SMALL NUMBER OF THE CARDS IN THIS ALBUM.

WE BELIEVE THERE ARE CLOSE TO 50 CARDS IN THIS ALBUM!!

MANY OF THE CARDS HAVE THE NAMES OF THE STUDIOS AND TOWNS.

I SEE A LOT OF GALION AND OTHER TOWNS IN OHIO.

THE PAGE SIZE THE LARGER CARDS ARE DISPLAYED IS 8 X 10.

THAT GIVES YOU AN IDEA OF THE ACTUAL SIZE OF THE CARDS!!

THERE IS AT LEAST ONE TIN TYPE (SMALL) IN HERE.

37.FROM RACING CHAMPIONS WE HAVE THESE 5 DIE CAST FORD PICKUP'S IN THEIR ORIGINAL PACKAGING!!
38.CINCINNATI RED'S AND DETROIT TIGER'S!!
39.THE VINTAGE PHOTO ALBUM IS FULL OF FAMILY AND OTHER PHOTOS FROM WHAT LOOKS LIKE THE 1930'S OR 40'S.

OTHER PHOTOS ARE 5X7 AND 8X10'S.

SOME MILITARY!!

40.FROM RACING CHAMPIONS WE HAVE THESE 4 DIE CAST CHEVY IMPALA'S AND ONE PLYMOUTH SUPERBIRD IN THEIR ORIGINAL PACKAGING!!
41.2 VINTAGE ONE GALLON BALL AND DURAGLAS GLASS BOTTLES.

THERE IS WHAT APPEARS TO BE A CRACK ON THE BOTTOM OF THE BALL BOTTLE.

42.VINTAGE AND NEWER BOOKS.

MANY OF THESE ARE FROM THE AMERICAN DOLL COMPANY.

43.SONY PLAYSTATION 2 AND A GUITAR FROM THE RED OCTANE LINE.

I DID FIND A POWER CORD OR ANY OTHER ACCESSORIES FOR THE PS2.

THE CORDS SHOWN MAY OR MAY NOT GO WITH IT.

44.ENERGIZER BUNNY ORNAMENTS,

LAMB MOLDS,

A WESTERN GERMANY MUSICAL BELL,

AND OTHER ITEMS AS SHOWN MAKE UP THIS MAINLY CHRISTMAS LOT!!

45.HERE IS A NICE LOT!!

THE NEW HAVEN TRAVEL WIND UP CLOCK DOES WORK!!

THE "SNAPSHOT" ALBUM WITH THE WOOD FRONT AND BACK IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION AND UNUSED!!

THE ELF ORNAMENTS APPEAR TO BE NEW IN THE BOX OR VERY WELL TAKEN CARE OF!!

AND 2 WOOD BOXES. (I BELIEVE ONE (CARVED ON THE SIDES) IS CEDAR)

46.WE BELIEVE THIS LOT ARE ALL VINTAGE PHOTOS FROM THE CIRCLEVILLE AREA.

THE PUMPKIN SHOW PARADE PHOTO DEFINITELY IS FROM CIRCLEVILLE!!

IS THAT A CIGARETTE IN THE CLOWNS MOUTH?!?!

47.FROM RACING CHAMPIONS WE HAVE THESE 5 DIE CAST HOT ROD'S IN THEIR ORIGINAL PACKAGING!!
48.VINTAGE B&W PHOTOS OF SOME LOVELY WOMEN!!
49.FROM RACING CHAMPIONS WE HAVE THESE 5 DIE CAST HOT ROD'S IN THEIR ORIGINAL PACKAGING!!
50.FROM RACING CHAMPIONS WE HAVE THESE 5 DIE CAST CAMARO'S AND EL CAMINO'S IN THEIR ORIGINAL PACKAGING!!
51.OUR LAST OFFERING FROM RACING CHAMPIONS, 5 DIE CAST HOT ROD'S IN THEIR ORIGINAL PACKAGING!!
52.IN THIS OFFERING WE HAVE A FULL OR ALMOST FULL 1923 MAXWELL CAR BOTTLE FROM AVON WITH THE ORIGINAL BOX IN ALMOST PERFECT CONDITION!

NOTICE THE VINTAGE WOOD LETTER HOLDER WITH THE SMALL PORCELAIN KNOB!

OTHER ITEMS AS PICTURED.

53.2 VINTAGE GREASE GUNS, ONE OF WHICH IS AIR POWERED I BELIEVE.

I WAS UNABLE TO TEST ANY OF THE FLASHLIGHTS BUT ONE HAS A TOOL KIT INSIDE!

THE RED OILER IS MARKED WITH THE NAME GOLDEN ROD I BELIEVE.

54.UNTESTED IS THIS DELPHI SIRIUS(?) SATELLITE RADIO.

I WOULD CALL IT VINTAGE BECAUSE OF THE CASSETTE ADAPTER.

A LOT OF PARTS HERE BUT NOT SURE IF IT ALL GOES TOGETHER.

55.VINTAGE SHEET MUSIC AS WELL AS A MUSIC STAND AND ONE DRUMSTICK!!
56.VINTAGE CHRISTMAS CAROL SONGBOOKS!!

ALL IN VGC!!

57.VINTAGE TOYS AND ONE XBOX GAME.

THE CELLOPHANE IS RIPPED ON THE ERNIE TOY BUT IT DOES NOT LOOK LIKE IT HAS BEEN REMOVED FROM THE BOX.

58.TOM TOM GPS IS TESTED AND IN WORKING CONDITION!!

I BELIEVE ALL THE PARTS ARE HERE TO GET YOU UP AND NAVIGATING!!

59.VINTAGE AND POSSIBLY ANTIQUE ELECTRONICS.

ALL UNTESTED.

LOOK AT THE PICTURES FOR INFO ON THESE ITEMS.

60.ELECTRONIC EPHEMERA

AND SOME VINTAGE CAR SPEAKERS FROM RADIO SHACK!!

61.VINTAGE FORD MUSTANG AND CHILTON'S AUTO REPAIR MANUALS AS WELL AS VINTAGE PARTS CATALOGS FOR MG CARS.
62.PAY ATTENTION.

THIS LOT INCLUDES A 1971 VW OWNERS MANUAL

1966 CHAMPION SPARK PLUG APPLICATION CHART

GATES AUTOMOTIVE CATALOG

WESTERN GERMANY MUSICAL BELLAND OTHER ITEMS AS SHOWN.

63.VINTAGE EPHEMERA MADE UP MOSTLY OF TOURIST DOCUMENTS FROM DC, SOME OHIO, AND OTHER MATERIAL.

NOTICE THE 1947 DC STREET GUIDE AND MAP.

IT IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION.

64.THE 2 ITEMS TO PAY ATTENTION TO IN THIS LOT ARE THE COLUMBIA BIKE OWNERS MANUAL

AND THE 1916 MOTOR AGE MAGAZINE.

NOT IN THE GREATEST CONDITION BUT STILL A NICE COLLECTIBLE.

65.ANOTHER GROUPING OF COLLECTIBLE EPHEMERA & DOCUMENTS.

THE 2 1940 EDITIONS OF CURRENT SCIENCE ARE IN GREAT CONDITION.

THE 1914 BOOKLET OF THE INDIANA & OHIO INSURANCE COMPANY MAKES FOR VERY INTERESTING READING.

66.GO SLOW...THERE'S A LOT TO TAKE IN HERE!

I BELIEVE THAT THE TIN CANDLE WALL SCONCE IS APPROACHING ANTIQUE STATUS.

IF SO, IT IS IN GREAT CONDITION!

OTHER INTERESTING ITEMS ARE THE TRAYS, MINIATURE CLOCK IN A BOX, LL BEAN CUP, AND THE HAT!!

67.THE SPEAKERS ARE FOR A COMPUTER.

THE SONY STEREO DOES POWER ON BUT NO SPEAKERS.

AND WE HAVE 2 UNMARKED SPEAKER FRONTS

AND 3 REMOTES.

THE MIDDLE REMOTE IS BRAND NEW.

THE SDTV TUNER IS A MAGNAVOX BRAND.

68.2 VINTAGE KIRBY VACUUMS.

UNFORTUNATELY I COULD ONLY GET THE ONE WITH THE RED BAG TO POWER ON.

MAYBE I WAS DOING SOMETHING WRONG WITH THE OTHER ONE BUT I COULD NOT GET IT TO TURN ON.

THE KIRBY TURBO DOES HAVE GREAT SUCTION BUT PROBABLY NEEDS TUNED UP.

69.ALL ITEMS IN THIS LOT POWER ON.

ALL ARE ALSO IN GREAT CONDITION!!

BELL & HOWELL AND RADIO SHACK CASSETTE PLAYERS/RECORDERS

AND A SONY CD/DVD PLAYER!

70.OUR SECOND U.S. ARMY PRINT IS FROM 1953 AND TITLED

MERRY CHRISTMAS, 1776.

PRINT IS IN GREAT CONDITION.

FROM ANOTHER WEBSITE

"Trenton, New Jersey, 26 December 1776. General Washington here matched surprise and endurance against the superior numbers and training of the British, and the Continental Army won its first victory in long months of painful striving. Trenton eliminated 1,000 Hessians and drove the British from their salient in New Jersey. It saved the flagging American cause and put new heart into Washinton's men. Alexander Hamilton's Company of New York Artillery (now D Battery*, 5th Field Artillery) opened the fight at dawn, blasting the bewildered Hessians as they tried to form ranks in the streets. *While this may have been true when the caption for this painting was written, a reorganization and redesignation changed the unit's designation to 1st Battalion, 5th Field Artillery, which today carries the history of Alexander Hamilton's artillery company."

71.THE FIRST OF MANY DOLL AND BARBIE COLLECTIBLES.

SEE THE PHOTOS FOR MORE INFO.

MANY OF THE ACCESSORIES CAN BE FOUND IN MISCELLANEOUS LOTS THROUGHOUT THIS AUCTION.

72.COLLECTIBLE AND/OR FRAMEABLE PRINTS OF CLASSIC AUTO'S INCLUDING CORVETTES & MUSTANGS!!

THE VERTICAL PRINTS ARE 36 X 23.

I DID NOT MEASURE THE V8 AFFAIR PRINT BUT I BELIEVE IT IS OF A SIMILAR SIZE.

73.OUR NEXT PAIR OF SKIS ARE K2 5500.

THERE IS SOME DAMAGE UP TOWARD THAT ONE TIP.

74.PORCELAIN AND METAL VINTAGE DOOR KNOB DISPLAY IS 75".
75.I CAME UP EMPTY ON MY RESEARCH FOR MANY OF THESE ITEMS.

THE METAL AIRPLANE IS QUITE HEAVY BUT THERE ARE NO ID MARKINGS ANYWHERE.

I HAVE NO IDEA WHAT THE COCKPIT AREA WOULD HAVE BEEN USED FOR.

THE DIE CAST 1957 CORVETTE IS MARKED ON THE BOX READERS DIGEST!

THE BOWLING PIN IS A COLOGNE BOTTLE.

OTHER ITEMS AS SHOWN.

76.THIS VINTAGE, VERY COLORFUL, LADIES HAT WITH NETTING IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION.

OTHER THEN THE UNION TAG I COULD FIND NO OTHER MARKINGS OR TAGS.

THE BOX IS NOT ORIGINAL TO THE HAT.

77.COLLEGE LEVEL SUBJECT BOOKS AS SHOWN.
78.VINTAGE, PLASTIC BLINKING CHRISTMAS BELLS.

IN EXCELLENT CONDITION AND IN ORIGINAL BOX.

79.IN A MEDIUM SIZE WE HAVE THIS MOTORCYCLE JACKET FROM POWER TRIP.

IT SEEMS TO HAVE ALL THE PADDING INCLUDING RIB, SHOULDER, AND ELBOW PADS.

THE JACKET HAS NO WEAR AT ALL!

ZIPPER AND LINING ARE IN GREAT CONDITION.

80.THIS 100% LEATHER JACKET IS IN GREAT CONDITION WITH ONLY ONE SMALL SPOT IN PHOTOS 3 AND 4.

IT IS A SIZE MEDIUM.

81.THE "FLASH" HAT IS REALLY COOL!!

THERE IS NO POWER CORD FOR THE CAR CD/AM/FM PLAYER BUT THE BATTERIES ARE GOOD AND IT DOES POWER ON.

THE RADIO WORKS JUST FINE BUT THE CD JUST SPINS FOR A SHORT TIME AND THEN STOPS.

MAYBE NEEDS A GOOD CLEANING??

82.ANOTHER LARGE LOT WITH A LOT TO TAKE IN!!

THE 2 TRAYS ARE IN EXCELLENT CONDITION.

THE HULL PIECE IS GOOD.

ISSUES WITH THE DAFFY GLASS AND THE ENAMEL ON METAL PIECE.

THE KROMEX CAKE LID IS SITTING ON THAT GLASS 3-FOOTED PLATE YOU SEE IN THE LAST PICTURE.

OTHER ITEMS AS PICTURED.

83.THE MADE IN ITALY METAL POT WITH LID IS SOMETHING I HAVE NEVER COME ACROSS.

I AM COMING UP EMPTY ON MY RESEARCH.

THE OTHER METAL POT IS MISSING A SCREW ON TOPPER.

AS YOU CAN SEE THE 7-UP BOOKLET IS FROM 1961 AND IS IN GREAT CONDITION!

84.ABOUT 35 VINTAGE USED POSTCARDS FROM ALL OVER THE COUNTRY AND POSSIBLE SOME FROM OTHER COUNTRIES.

THE EARLIEST POSTMARK I FOUND IS FROM 1918.

FROM WHAT I RECALL THERE WERE MANY FROM THAT SAME TIME PERIOD.

85.A VERY LARGE LOT OF DOLLS AND DOLL PARTS AS WELL AS ACCESSORIES FROM BARBIE SETS.

MANY OF THE DOLLS ARE BARBIES BUT THERE A FEW THAT I DO NOT BELIEVE ARE BARBIES.

86.I AM ADVERTISING THESE HARDWOOD LOUVERED CAFE DOORS AS NEW EVEN THOUGH THERE IS A WATER STAIN ALONG THE BOTTOM.

I BELIEVE THAT HAPPENED IN OUR WAREHOUSE.

KILZ AND PAINT WILL COVER IT.

87.I THINK THESE ARE CROSS COUNTRY SKIS.

BRAND NAME OF ROSSIGNOL.

OTHER INFO AVAILABLE IN THE PICTURES.

88.I BELIEVE EACH ONE OF THESE SIX CLASSIC CAR PRINTS ARE APP. 18 X 13.

ALL ARE FRAMED BEHIND PLASTIC AND APPEAR TO BE IN EXCELLENT CONDITION.

MY RESEARCH SHOWS THAT THESE PRINTS ARE FROM GOLDEN PRESS AND PRINTED IN THE EARLY 1960'S.

89.OUR THIRD U.S. ARMY PRINT IS FROM 1953 AND TITLED "THOSE ARE REGULARS, BY GOD!"

PRINT IS IN GREAT CONDITION.

FROM ANOTHER WEBSITE:

"Chippewa, Upper Canada, 5 July 1814. The British commander watched the advancing American line contemptuously, for its men wore the rough gray coats issued those untrained levies he had easily whipped before. As the ranks advanced steadily through murderous grapeshot he realized his mistake: "Those are regulars, by God!" It was Winfield Scott's brigade of infantry, drilled through the previous winter into a crack outfit. It drove the British from the battlefield; better still, after two years of seemingly endless failures, it renewed the American soldier's faith in himself."

90.35 VINTAGE/ANTIQUE BIRTHDAY CARDS IN THE FORM OF POSTCARDS/RPPC'S.

THESE CARDS ARE BEAUTIFUL!!

I WOULD SAY ALL ARE IN EXCELLENT CONDITION WITH NICE BRIGHT COLORS!

THE EARLIEST I FOUND, AND THERE ARE SEVERAL WITH THE SAME YEAR, IS 1912.

I BELIEVE MANY OF THESE WOULD HAVE BEEN HAND PAINTED.

91.LINENS CONSISTING OF KITCHEN TOWELS, PLACEMATS, MATERIAL, NAPKINS, LACE STILL IN PACKAGING, AND MORE.
92.THE SET OF KITCHEN CONTAINERS ARE MARVELL-KILGORE.

OVERALL IN FAIR CONDITION WITH SOME PEELING AND SCRATCHES.

THE SET OF STAINLESS TABLEWARE MAY OR MAY NOT BE COMPLETE.

THE VINTAGE ALUMINUM TRAYS WITH FLORAL DESIGN ARE IN GOOD CONDITION WITH NO MAKERS NAME THAT I COULD FIND.

93.THE COUNTED CROSS STITCH SAMPLER PANEL IS IN TERRIFIC CONDITION.

I LIKE THAT WHOEVER TOOK THE TIME TO MAKE IT SIGNED IT!

UNLESS I AM MISTAKEN IT LOOKS LIKE THE WHITE EGG DISH USED TO HAVE A CENTER PIECE.

THE HAND PAINTED JAPAN BOWL IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION AS IS THE CLEAR EGG PLATE.

94.THIS LOT HAS SOME VINTAGE WELDING AND TORCH EQUIPMENT AS WELL AS THE VALVE HEAD COVERS.

AND WE HAVE THE VINTAGE OIL CAN SPOUT FROM THE HUFFMAN COMPANY OUT OF DAYTON.

95.A VARIETY OF SPORTING RELATED MERCHANDISE.

THE .22 CALIBER PELLET CONTAINER LOOKS TO BE ALMOST FULL.

HATS, TEXAS RANGER WOOD DECORATION, AND SOME KIND OF LEATHER POUCH ROUND OUT THE LOT.

96.4 EDITIONS OF GOODE'S WORLD ATLAS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION!
97.THE GREEN BOWL IS 10.5W X 5.5T.

WE HAVE 3 OF THE 3-WHEEL DOLLY CASTERS.

PLANT HANGERS AND A MAGNETIC KIT OF SOME KIND FINISH OUT THIS OFFERING.

98.THIS UNDER CABINET STEREO APPEARS TO BE NEW IN BOX.
99.A BOX FULL OF HARDWARE AND COLLECTIBLES INCLUDE THE LARGE BROOKFIELD INSULATOR WITH STEM,

SOME KIND OF A LARGE HOME MADE WOOD CLAMP(?)

AND TONS OF OTHER USEFUL ITEMS!!

100.THIS CERTIFICATE DOES HAVE SOME ISSUES BUT WHAT A GREAT HISTORICAL FIND!!

I SEE 2 YEARS ON IT..1874 AND 1876.

IT IS SIGNED BY HENRY FLEISCHMAN!!

101.LITERALLY HUNDREDS OF BARBIE SET ACCESSORIES.

MANY MAY GO WITH ITEM 71.

102.ONCE AGAIN I BELIEVE THESE ARE ROSSIGNOL CROSS COUNTRY SKIS.

THEY LOOK TO BE IN VERY GOOD CONDITION.

SEE THE PHOTOS FOR MORE INFO.

103.THE MD & VD CARDS ARE 8 X 10,

NESCO IS 4.5 X 8,

AND THE LARGE FRAMED CABINET CARDS ARE 8 X 15(APP.)

AS YOU CAN SEE THE MOTHERS DAY AND VD CARDS ARE UNUSED BUT DO HAVE SOME MARKING ON THE LEFT INSIDE PAGE.

JUST GORGEOUS CARDS WITH VIBRANT COLORS!!

104.THE HUMMEL CARDS ARE IN EXCELLENT CONDITION.

ALMOST ALL OF THE LINENS ARE NICE AND CLEAN.

THE ONE IN THE 1ST PHOTO ON THE TOP LEFT HAS SOME SPOTS.

THE VICTORIAN PHOTO IN THE CONCAVE GLASS FRAME IS IN VERY GOOD CONDITION AND MAY HAVE SOME AGE ON IT.

105.VINTAGE GILBERT DAVIS TUNE-UP TOOLS IN ORIGINAL WOOD CASE!!!

AND YOU GET SCISSORS!!

106.COLEMAN BATTERY POWERED LANTERN (UNTESTED), 2 STAPLERS, PLASTIC COKE BOTTLES, AND A FULL GLASS BOTTLE COMMEMORATING THE 75TH CIRCLEVILLE PUMPKIN SHOW.
107.GORGEOUS VINTAGE POSTCARDS!!

MANY OF THESE ARE FROM THE EARLY 1900'S!!

MOST ARE IN EXCELLENT CONDITION!

PHOTOS GIVE YOU AN IDEA OF THE LOCATIONS YOU WILL FIND.

108.ART 101 KIT IN WOOD CARRYING CASE.

I CANNOT VOUCH FOR THE QUALITY OF THE TUBES OF PAINT.

PENCILS AND PAINTS LOOK UNUSED.

109.DOLLS OF ALL SIZES AND 2 SHERAM PUPPETS BY LUCY.

ORIGINAL BOXES ARE IN FAIR TO POOR CONDITION.

110.1950 U.S. ARMY IN ACTION PRINT "RAID ON PLOESTI".

THIS PRINT IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION!

THE FOLLOWING IS FROM ANOTHER WEBSITE.

"Raid on Ploesti, 31 May 1944. Throughout the war in Europe, American and allied air power struck heavy and repeated blows at strategic Nazi industries, curtailing production and forcing the Nazi Government into a costly program of industrial maintenance, reconstruction, and rebuilding underground. Steel production, ball bearing manufacture, synthetic rubber plants, armament works, oil production plants, and other industries, received heavy punishment at the hands of the strategic bombers. The refineries at Ploesti were an important source of petroleum products for the Nazi war machine. Beginning in June 1942, a series of destructive raids kept production at a reduced rate. In all, AAF bombers made 25 attacks on Ploesti between June 1942 and August 1944; the RAF made three. The raid here depicted shows B-24?s of the 15th Air Force attacking the area on 31 May 1944. On this raid 481 planes dropped more than 1,000 tons of bombs from an altitude of 19,000 to 24,200 feet. Sixteen bombers failed to return."

111.OLIN SKIS WITH CARRY ATTACHMENT AND POLES.

THEY LOOK TO BE IN GREAT CONDITION.

112.EPHEMERA FROM THE 1980'S CONCERNING STEAM ENGINES AND TRACTORS.

THESE ARE REPRINTS FROM OLDER DOCUMENTS.

113.A FANTASTIC COLLECTION OF VINTAGE POSTCARDS DATING BACK AS FAR AS 1910!!

MOST ARE IN VERY GOOD CONDITION.

THEY ARE ALMOST ALL FROM OHIO LOCATIONS.

114.THE AL AGNEW WOLF PRINT IS 13 X 15,

LIGHTHOUSE 13 X 18,

AND WOLF & EAGLE 16 X 20.

115.COLLECTIBLE DOLLS ON STANDS.

3 ARE GOOD BUT ONE HAS BEEN GUILLOTINED.

UNKNOWN MAKERS.

I JUST FOUND THAT ONE TAG WITH THE NAME GLENDA.

116.SPORTS RELATED ITEMS.

SEE THE PHOTOS FOR INFO.

117.SORT OF A MISCELLANEOUS LOT.

ALL OF THE POT HOLDERS APPEAR TO BE HAND MADE.

UNDERNEATH ALL OF THEM IS A VINTAGE HANGING LIGHT THAT WILL NEED REPAIRED.

118.VINTAGE 1986 MILTON BRADLEY TORPEDO RUN BOARD GAME!!

MANY PIECES PRESENT BUT ARE ALL OF THEM PRESENT?

THE BOARD IS IN VGC.

THE BOX DOES SHOW SOME WEAR.

119.COLLECTIBLE DOLLS WHOSE EYES SHUT WHEN LAYING DOWN.

UNKNOWN MAKERS.

120.FOUR VINTAGE GREASE GUNS IN A BLACK MILK CRATE.

PICTURES SHOW ID MARKS I FOUND.

121.35+ VINTAGE ANTIQUE GREETING CARDS IN THE FORM OF USED POSTCARDS.

MANY OF THESE WOULD BE HAND PAINTED.

ALL ARE IN VGC!!

DATED AS FAR BACK AS 1908 WITH FRANKLY MOST OF THEM BEING FROM THAT ERA.

ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS!!!

122.VINTAGE GREASE GUNS IN AN OLD GALVANIZED TUB.

WITH A GOLF CART!!

123.THIS APPEARS TO BE A 1984 REPRINT OF A 1928 AUTOMOTIVE CALENDAR.

CLASSIC CARS ON EACH PAGE COULD BE FRAMED.

GOOD CONDITION WITH JUST THAT ONE TEAR ON ONE OF THE PAGES.

124.I BELIEVE THESE ARE DECALS FROM SOMEONE NAMED MICKEY FROM A COMPANY CALLED WALLFRIN??

AT ANY RATE THEY APPEAR TO BE IN GOOD CONDITION!

125.LUBRICATION CHART FOR A 1934 V-8 FORD!!

MEASURES 17 X 22.

126.POSSIBLY KEN DOLLS FROM THE BARBIE LINE OF DOLLS.
127.I BELIEVE THIS TO BE AN ORIGINAL RINGLING BROTHERS PRINT FROM THE EARLY 1960'S.

SOME SLIGHT DAMAGE ALONG THAT TOP EDGE WHERE MAYBE TAPE WAS USED.

MEASURES 21 X 29 (APP.)

128.35+ VINTAGE/ANTIQUE GORGEOUS GREETING CARDS IN THE FORM OF POSTCARDS.

MANY OF THESE WOULD HAVE BEEN HAND PAINTED!!

MANY FROM THE EARLY 1900'S!!

THE COLORS ARE FANTASTIC!!

129.THIS 1890 AUTOGRAPH BOOK MEASURES 4 X 7 AND IS IN AMAZING CONDITION FOR IT'S AGE!!

THERE ARE SOME WRITINGS IN THE BOOK BUT NOT MANY.

THE SPINE IS A LITTLE LOOSE BUT NOT BAD.

GOLD GILT ON THE COVER IS NEARLY ALL INTACT!!

JUST A MAGNIFICENT FIND!!

130.VINTAGE UNUSED CHRISTMAS CARDS!!

I DON'T SEE A LOT OF ENVELOPES.

A LOT OF THESE CARDS HAVE THE SILVER AND GOLD GLITTER THAT ALL THE CLASSIC CHRISTMAS CARDS HAD.

I WOULD GUESS 60-75 CARDS.

131.APPROXIMATELY 10 THEMED AND/OR GENERAL USE PAPER TABLECLOTHS IN VARIOUS SIZES.

ALL ARE NEW IN ORIGINAL PACKAGING.

WE ALSO HAVE A VINTAGE WESTINGHOUSE ROASTER THAT I DID NOT TEST.

THE CORD IS SUSPECT AND I DO NOT BELIEVE THE ROASTER IS COMPLETE.

THERE IS ALSO A SMALL DEEP FRYER THAT I DID NOT GET A SEPARATE PICTURE OF.

132.THE CLOTH GOOSE TABLECLOTH IS 62" IN DIAMETER.

IF I RECALL THE OTHER TABLECLOTHS ARE PLASTIC.

133.U.S. ARMY IN ACTION PRINTS!!

TWO FOR ONE MONEY!!

I PUT 2 IN THIS LOT BECAUSE BOTH HAVE SOME DAMAGE ALONG THE TOP EDGE AND TOP CORNERS.

THEY COULD VERY EASILY BE TRIMMED TO FIT A FRAME AND NO ONE WOULD KNOW THE DIFFERENCE!

THE "MOROS" POSTER IS FROM 1953 AND THE "REMAGEN" 1954.

I AM NOT GOING TO POST THE CAPTIONS.

THAT WOULD MAKE THIS POST WAY TO LONG!

134.VINTAGE BARBIE DOLLS AND A LITTLE MERMAID DOLL WITH A FOUNTAIN.

WE'LL CALL THIS THE DARK HAIRED BARBIES.

135.FROM THE MARLIN ROCKWELL COMPANY IS THIS 26 X 34 1967 CALENDAR!

DOES HAVE A FEW SMALL TEARS ALONG THE RIGHT EDGE.

136.VINTAGE AMTRAK CALENDAR FROM 1978 MEASURES 24 X 34.

DOES HAVE SOME SPOTTING ALONG THE TOP PART.

137.AND HERE IS OUR BLOND HAIRED COLLECTION OF BARBIES!
138.I FOUND THIS NEW "OLD STOCK" THUNDERBIRD CLASSIC CAR PRINT STILL IN A SEALED TUBE.

LIKE ALL THE OTHER POSTERS OF THIS TYPE IT MEASURES 23 X 36 AND WAS PRINTED IN 1973.

I DID NOT PUT IT BACK IN THE TUBE AS I DID NOT WANT TO TAKE A CHANCE OF DAMAGING IT.

139."REMEMBER YOUR REGIMENT" IS THE TITLE TO THIS U.S. ARMY IN ACTION PRINT.

DOES HAVE SOME DAMAGE ALONG THE BOTTOM LEFT EDGE.

THIS ONE IS FROM 1953.

"Resaca de la Palma, Texas, 9 May 1846. Here Captain Charles A. May's squadron of the 2d Dragoons (now 2d Armored Cavalry Regiment) slashed through the enemy lines in an attack that climaxed the opening campaigns of the Mexican War. Their bravery proved that the 2,500 American soldiers under Zachary Taylor had enough self-confidence and pluck to shatter the Mexican force of 6,000 and eject it forever from Texas. Thereafter throughout the war our Army never lacked daring. May's attack order was simple and effective: "Remember your regiment and follow your officers."

140.COLLECTIBLE PLATES MOST WITH PAPERS.
141.COLLECTION OF DOLL, POSSIBLY BARBIE, CLOTHING.
142.THIS LARGE 40 X 48 MURAL IS OF FORT MACKINAC.

IT IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION WITH JUST A FEW WRINKLES ALONG THE BOTTOM EDGE!!

143.COLLECTIBLE PLATES INCLUDING A BEAUTIFUL MOTHERS DAY PLATE WITH GOLD TRIM ALONG THE EDGE.

ORIGINAL PAPERS WITH SOME OF THEM.

144.AT FIRST I THOUGHT THIS WAS ANOTHER POSTER!!

IMAGINE MY SURPRISE WHEN THIS KNEE SUPPORT FELL OUT.

THEN I LOOKED AT THE LABEL.

APPEARS TO BE UNUSED.

NO STAINS OR FUNKY SMELLS.

145.OUR LAST ARMY PRINT.

SAVED THE BEST FOR LAST??

PRINT IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION!

THIS IS FROM 1956 AND IS TITLED "I'LL TRY, SIR".

"During the fiercely opposed relief expedition to Peking in the Boxer Rebellion in 1900, when two companies of the U.S. Army's 14th Infantry Regiment were pinned by heavy fire from the east wall of the Tartar City and the Fox Tower between abutments of the Chinese City Wall near Tung Pien Gate, volunteers were called for to attempt the first perilous ascent of the wall. Trumpeter Calvin P. Titus of E Company immediately stepped forward saying, "I'll try, sir!" Using jagged holes in the stone wall, he succeeded in reaching the top. He was followed by the rest of his company, who climbed unarmed, and hauled up their rifles and ammunition belts by a rope made of rifle slings. As the troops ascended the wall artillery fire from Reilly's battery set fire to the Fox Tower. In the face of continued heavy Chinese fire, the colors broke out in the August breeze as the sign that U.S. Army troops had achieved a major step in the relief of the besieged Legations. For his courageous and daring deed in being the first to climb the wall, Trumpeter Titus was awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor."

146.THE GREAT AMERICAN POPCORN MACHINE!!

POWERS ON AND STARTS HEATING UP IMMEDIATELY!!

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