Over time I have accumulated a fair number of collectible items that I have treasured and enjoyed for many years. I am getting to the point where I just don’t need them anymore and it is time for them to find new homes where they will be loved and appreciated by the next generation.

I have researched all the items to the best of my ability to provide accurate information about them, but there may be some information I have missed or have been unable to find. When this is the case, I opt for my best reasonable guess as to their value and heritage. I always welcome new information or input from the more knowledgeable collectors out there, so please do let me know if there is anything I can add.

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This a marked Coro Duette Art Deco style pave rhinestone fur clip/brooch with Rhodium plating. The patent numbers 1798867 & 1852188 reflect the patent dates for the frame mechanism of 1931 & 1932. It breaks into 2 pieces and features both clear and blue rhinestones. There is some darkening & yellowing of some of the small stones, and slight damage to 2 of them. There is damage to one of the center baguette stones.
3 1/2″ x 1 1/2″

Price: $70.00

This is a Hot Wheels die cast, Redline, Spectraflame aqua 1969 VW Beach Bomb with a dark interior and 1 original orange surfboard. No rear windshield. Made in Hong Kong, it is in used, original condition and comes with matching collector’s button with tab.
2 1/2″ x 1″ x 3/4″

Price: $115.00

A beautiful Northwood carnival glass round bushel basket in blue. It is marked with the Northwood logo on the base and is free of any chips, dings, or damage. Circa 1920.
5″ x 4 1/2″

Price: $75.00

An awesome early 1900’s brass Autolite carbide miner’s head lamp with a rubber Bumpergrip. It is in good used condition, has been fired, and has a blade style hook that attached to a special miner’s hat. This lamp appears functional, but I have not personally tested it.
4″ x 3″

Price: $25.00

A set of 4 vintage bottles dug from a dump in Jerome, Arizona in the 1980’s. They could all use some cleaning but are damage free. Good starter pieces for a kid’s collection. Sizes range from 4 1/2″ tall down to 1 3/4″ tall.

Price: SOLD

This is a late 1800’s salt glazed stoneware ginger beer bottle made by Bourne, Denby. It is impressed around the shoulder with Green & Ledicott Ltd., Southend. The bottle has a few small nicks at the edge and originally came with a screw-in top.
6 1/2″ x 2 5/8″

Price: $25.00

I believe this is a very early Mickey Mouse child’s spoon. I found lots of other ones with somewhat different markings, but none exactly like this one. It is silver plated & marked Branford, and the differences are his short curved legs, smaller round feet, and odd eye placement. It has been used and shows wear and tarnishing.
5 1/2″ x 1 1/4″

Price: $50.00

This is a pretty Marigold carnival glass soda bottle with orange peel surface, manufactured by Canada Dry for their Sparkling Qrange drink in the 1930’s. It is marked on the bottom Canada Dry Ginger Ale Incorporated #18. There is no damage, but there is a little old bottle cap rust stain around the lip that could be cleaned off.
9 3/4″ x 2 1/2″

Price: SOLD

Probably early 1930’s, this is a hand decorated & signed flat enameled metal Santa Claus head stocking holder hook. It has a small hanger on the back to hang on a wall. A fun piece for vintage Christmas decoration collectors.
9 3/4″ x 4 1/8″

Price: $20.00

This is a beaded oval pressed glass perfume bottle with a ground neck & stopper. This was originally part of a larger vanity set and is quite tall and heavy. There are a couple of tiny bubbles in the glass and it is unmarked.
7 1/4″ x 2 3/4″

Price: $20.00

This is a Lesney Matchbox die cast, regular wheels, blue 1968 Iso Grifo car with a white interior. Made in England, it is in used, original condition.
3″ x 1 1/4″ x 5/8″

Price: $12.00

This is a Lesney Matchbox die cast, regular wheels, yellow 1964 Euclid Quarry Truck with a bed that raises up. Made in England, it is in used, original condition.
2 3/4″ x 1 1/8″ x 1″

Price: $15.00

This is a lot of three vintage California postcards. All have been used and have writing on them. Hollywood & Vine is postmarked 1949, Catalina glass bottom boat is postmarked 1907, & the Santa Cruz seagulls is postmarked 1926.
Each approx: 5 1/2″ x 3 1/2″

Price: $10.00

This is a lot of five different pottery shards. These came from an old Arizona collection and were acquired on private land. These make cool display pieces, can be used in crafts, or made into jewelry.
Pieces range from¬†1 3/4″ x 1 1/4″ x 1/4″ to 2 3/8″ x 2 1/4″ x 1/4″

Price: $10.00

This is a very pretty Imperial purple slag glass cruet in the Octagon pattern, manufactured between 1951-1972. It has the IG mark of that time period on the base, and is in pristine condition. Although it is missing its stopper, it is still a nice addition to the dinner table.
5 3/4″ x ¬†2 5/8″

Price: $20.00

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