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Bukley Moss signed limited edition print
Rare print 584/1000 signed Moss 81c framed 18.5 x 12.5"
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Toni &Timi Dolls by Annette Himstedt German Boy & Girl
Up for sale are these lovely Toni and Timi German dolls by Annette Himstedt. * Year 1987 / 1988 * Toni (girl) has red hair and brown eyes * Timi 9boy) has blond hair and blue eyes * Both are 22.8 inches tall. * Both are in excellent condition with no cracks, tears, bumps or bruises
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1928 Vaseline Glass Teaberry Gum Stand/Display Box
Up for sale is this lovely Vaseline Glass Teaberry Gum stand/display. It is in near perfect condition. The only flaw is two one inch scratches on the inside bottom of the box. You will also receive a generous supply of Teaberry Gum! The box is 5 3/4 " wide x 2 3/4" high x 4" deep. The stand is 3 1/4 " high 7" wide and 4 3/4 " deep. Please email us if you have any questions.
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Antique Framed Print "Pelias Killed By His Daughters"
Very old antique art print in a beautiful ornate wooden frame. The artist is Moreau de Tours and the 1878 painting from which it's taken is "Pelias Killed By His Daughters". In Greek mythology, Pelias was the son of Poseidon and seized the throne of Thessely against the wishes of the gods. He was told by the Oracle that a man with one sandal would appear to challenge his position of power and when Jason (of the Argonauts) showed up after losing a sandal whilst crossing a river, Pelias figured he was the threat and could be eliminated by being sent upon an impossible task...to retrieve the Golden Fleece. Upon Jason's returning with the fleece (Uh-Oh!) Pelias still refused to give up his throne and the godess Medea was PO'd, convinced Jason was the rightful heir to power. Medea convinced Pelias's daughters that if they killed their father and put him in the cookpot he'd re-emerge a strong, young man. Didn't happen...they just ended up with a pot of mush. Pretty gruesome those ancients... Anyhow, for the price of $295 plus shipping and insurance (calculated based upon final destination) this unique piece can be yours. Please feel free to email or call (910) 612-3820 with any questions.
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1937 Audubon "double elephant" Ruffed Grouse
Stunning example of James Audubon's "Ruffed Grouse" in a vivid hand-colored lithograph issued by the History Institute of America in 1937. "Double Elephant" size, professionally matted and framed many years ago and only now removed from the frame to clean the interior of the protective glass. Obtained from the estate of a prominent local family, it's always been protected from direct sunlight and is in excellent condition, presently residing in the office of our 1911 home. Shipping cost will be the responsibility of the buyer, calculated based upon destination and adequate insurance added to the total. To reduce cost it can be carefully packaged without the frame or glass to reduce weight and in fact deserves a better frame.
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Gothic Solid Bronze Wall Sconces (pair)
Pair of single candle solid bronze Gothic wall sconces from a local 1900 home. Believed to have originated from Europe, country unknown, they are very heavy (nearly 20 lbs each) and depict a dragon or gargoyle with a man's face on the backplate. I've been searching the Internet for many months and can find nothing even remotely resembling these pieces so they are pretty much unique. Each measures 17 1/2"H x 17 1/2"D and are spectacular! Originally paid over $1,200.00 many years ago. Sold only as a pair... Local pickup or shipped with adequate insurance, final cost calculated dependant upon buyer's location.
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IN FLANDER'S FIELDS AND OTHER POEMS AUTHOR JOHN McCRAE 1919
THIS BOOK WRITTEN BY JOHN McCRAE IS 1919 EDITION (FIRST EDITION) JOHN McCRAE WAS A LIEUT-COL. M.D. IN WW1 BORN 1872-1918. THIS BOOK ALSO HAS AND ESSAY IN CHARACTER BY SIR ANDREW MACPHAIL AND ILLUSTRATED. PUBLISHED TORONTO, BRIGGS 1919. JOHN MCCRAE WAS CANADIAN AND PHYSICIAN WHO FOUGHT BOTH IN BOER WAR AND WW1. WAS ALSO A SURGEON DURING THE BATTLE OF YPRES. HARDCOVER: BLUE WITH GOLD PRINT. CONDITION GOOD, SOME SCUFFING ON COVER BUT MINIMAL, SOME SEPARATING FROM BINDING, NO CREASING OR TEARING OF PAGES, OR WRITING ON PAGES AND NO MISSING PAGES. SOME WEAR ON CORNER OF COVER. INTERESTING PAPER CLIPPING FOUND INSIDE PRESUMED 1919 INTITLED "WEAR A POPPY TODAY" RAINBOWS ARE URGED...ARTICLE IS READABLE. FRONT ENDPAPER HAS NAME OF OWNER . I AM NOT AN EXPERT ON BOOKS AND INFORMATION I HAVE HERE IS FROM RESEARCH...ANY FEEDBACK APPRECIATED please contact for more shipping options and if outside Canada and U.S. return accepted only if item is not described as above and all costs responsibility of buyer for return fees and must be packaged properly..if insurance needed please contact...thanks
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Mickey Mouse and Walt Disney Partners Hub Bronze Statue
A 15 Inch Tall Bronze Statue of Mickey Mouse and Walt Disney "Partners Hub". By Blaine Gibson.
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Civil War Library
379 Titles, over 425 Volumes, Over 100 First Eds. ALL categories,Battles in chron. order, Bios. and autobios. 90% Confederate.etc. 5th edition Broadfoot values over $12,000. Complete list Emailed upon request, 11 pages, serious inquiries only, please. A wonderful library for someone who really loves books the way I do. I will deliver books myself free within 150 miles. Sorry no shipments to Alaska or Hawaii.
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1967 Ford Fairlane
42K miles
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