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1930 Underwood Typewriter
very nice brown woodgrain portable typewriter with case. No pay pal. Money Order/Check accepted. Buyer pays shipping costs
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Albert Pick Hotel Glass
This heavy tumbler is 3 ¾ inches high. It was collected by my great grandfather but I am not sure of it’s origin. There are no chips or scratches. The name and logo are in excellent condition.
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carved asian chair
1800's heavy carved asian chair. This is a one of a kind for the u.s. This chair should have been distroyed at the turn of the century in 1900.
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Newspapers JFK,s & Life and Look Magazine
12 Newspapers & 3 Magazines San Jose News EXTRA "Kennedy Slain" 11/22/1963 San Francisco Chronicle "Kennedy Slain By Sniper" 11/23/1963 San Jose Mercury "Pro-Castro Texan Held as JFK Killer"11/23/1963 "Hero's Burial for JFK" 11/24/1963 "Accused Assassin Shot down in Jail" 11/25/1963 "Flame Lights the Grave" 11/26/1963 "It's Cape Kennedy" 11/29/1963 Life Nov. 29 1963 Life Dec. 6 1963
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Cary Safe
This Cary safe was made in Buffalo New York. The date on the safe is 1890. This safe has been in the family for more than 100 years. Owner will not ship the safe
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Nascar Thunder by Thomas Kinkade
This is a limited edition and comes with a certificate of Limitation & Authenticity. While there were only 3000 total prints this print is one of only 995 printed on canvas. It measures 18" X 27" It is beautifully double-matted and framed in a dark walnut color. Spectacular piece of art.

The race is off! In the foreground, 43 mighty race cars thunder by as "The King" himself, Richard Petty, waves the green flag for the start of the 50th Running of the DAYTONA 500®. As I paint furiously, the electricity and spectacle of the moment is almost overwhelming. In my Studio Masterwork release of the "Great American Race" I intend to capture the power of the starting moment, while honoring this one-of-a-kind NASCAR® event. I have always believed that a painting can capture the pageantry and energy of historic events like no other medium, and my goal as I painted NASCAR® THUNDER The 50th Running of the DAYTONA 500® was to document this classic event for race fans everywhere. -Thomas Kinkade

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Royal Crown Derby "Blue" Mikado Bone China Pieces
Five RARE single egg cups. Eight cups & saucers (cup size 2 3/8"h x 3"w); 8 - 10 3/8" scalloped dinner plates;8 - 9 1/8" scalloped luncheon plates;1 - 7 1/4" scalloped dessert plate; 6 - 7 18" scalloped dessert plates;8 - 6 1/4" scalloped B&B plates; 1-3"round mini creamer; 1-3 3/4" open mini sugar bowl;1 - 11" square, gold handled scalloped cake plate. All items are gold rimmed, free of cracks, chips, visible defects.
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Chinese Da Qing Qianlong Nian Zhi "Period Make" Plate
Beautiful decorative Chinese plate. No chips or cracks. Trim has slight wear in one small area. Number or initials on plate in addition to stamp. Shipping international may need to be recalculated.
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Antique Wrought Iron Floor Lamp
Beautiful antique wrought iron floor lamp in working condition. Lamp has an ornate ship piece that raises as lowers the height with a beautiful base.
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Robert Davey Signed/Numbered Print (R. Davey) "USED NEST SALESMAN"
This print by R. Davey is signed and numbered and in excellent condition. Robert Davey's use of design is outstanding often using Pennsylvania Dutch patterns to illuminate his work. He sometimes chose to paint his own mat around his paintings. While he was well known for his depiction of birds, usually done in a humorous way, they were never trite. Robert Davey was born in San Francisco where he also grew up. He began exhibiting his work in 1945 at the Maxwell Galleries and Gumps in San Francisco, Ca. where he had several shows. He has been represented in both watercolors and oils at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. One of his paintings was selected by the American Federation of Arts to be included in a special showing at the Manufacturer's Hanover Trust Gallery in New York City. He was also represented in a retrospective showing of San Francisco artists held at the Museum Legion of Honor. His work is in the permanent collections of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the city of San Francisco and the Monterey Peninsula Museum of Art. He resided and had a Gallery of his own for many years in Carmel, California where he sold hundreds of his paintings which went all over the world. Robert Davey died in 1994. International shipping cost may differ. All sales final.
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