Pink Striped vintage Mercury Glass Christmas Ornament, Large Ball Glass Ornament
Gorgeous vintage large glass Ball Christmas Ornament.Made of thin delicate medium fuchsia pink colored glass, featuring two thick white painted stripes and two thin blue ones.Overall there is a tiny bit of oxidation and minimal paint wear from age and storage.This vintage ornament has its original metal scalloped edged cap, metal loop and hook.Would make a lovely addition to you vintage themed Christmas tree.Measures 3 inches tall to the top of the Metal Cap and 2 ½ inches wide.
Lingerie Lou Character Doll by Doll Bodies, Inc., vintage 1950s Plastic Doll, gardener farmer doll with fruit basket
Here is a very sweet 1950s Doll Bodies Lingerie Lou Doll, she is a Dress Me Doll type.She is a character doll with bright blue sleep eyes, a brown curly mohair wig, painted lashes and eye brows and red lipstick.This
vintage doll is wearing an outfit that quite possible could have been
handmade. Her long dress is maroon with a little white flower pattern.
It has ¾ sleeves with a white collar and white cuffs. Her matching
bonnet is tied on her head with a large bow and her outfit is finished
off with a matching white apron which is tied in the back. Her dress has
a working snap closure in the back and she is also wearing a slip and
pantaloon style undergarments. She has white painted molded shoes and
red painted socks.Also, she is carrying in her right hand a white plastic basket filled with plastic fruit, which is safety pinned to her apron.This Lingerie Lou is very clean and her neck and shoulder joints are tight, her legs are frozen.One her back she is marked “This is an Original Lingerie Lou Doll”.Measures 7 inches tall.
Celluloid and Fur vintage Stuffed Doll, celluloid mask face, excelsior stuffed body, jointed limbs, antique cloth doll
Beautiful vintage doll with a Celluloid Mask Face and fuzzy (plush fur like) cloth body stuffed with an excelsior type material.His
thin plastic / celluloid mask face is just darling with blue eyes, a
light pink closed mouth and sculpted hair. His chin has a flaw it has a
hard vertical crack that extends horizontal across the chin and is
thinner on the lower right cheek.His entire outfit is similar to
a winter snow suit and is covered with plush / stuffed animal like
cloth and fur. The fur is light grey and has thinned throughout. With
more fur worn off on the back than the front.His arm and legs are tightly jointed with (what feels like metal disks) connecting each joint. He
has soft felt mitten hands and boot shaped feet. The outside of the
left hand has a black stain and the outside of the right hand has a hole
in the fabric where some of the straw/excelsior is showing. The boots
have sown in thread laces and there is a dark stain on the outside of
the left boot.Please note that there is also a small rip in the
fabric on the backside top of the left leg, but it is still held
together well.This antique cloth doll is unmarked but looks very similar to the 1911 Ideal Baby Mine Doll.Measures 11 ½ inches tall, 5 inches wide at the arms and 2 ½ inches deep at the belly.
Michael Querzola vintage Italian Celluloid Doll, Red White and Blue Dress, 1950s Plastic Doll
Beautiful vintage celluloid plastic doll made by Michael Querzola from the 1950s – 1960s.
She has a lovely face with bright blue sleep eyes, rosy cheeks and pink lips.
Her hair is black and in pig-tail braids.
ethnic Italian outfit is brightly colored red white and blue trimmed in
white lace and ribbons. Her matching bonnet is secured to her head and
decorated with a lacy floral band. Underneath her full, floral trimmed
skirt she has on a white cotton lace slip.
Please note that she does not have socks or shoes on her cute feet.
is has a very light stain on the lace on the left side of her bonnet.
Otherwise, she is very clean, her neck, arms and legs are tightly
jointed and she is in excellent vintage condition.
On her back she is marked MQ with a Tree Symbol and “Made in Italy”.
Measures 6 ½ inches tall and 2 ¼ inches wide at the shoulders.
Charlie Brown’s ‘Cyclopedia Volume 1 Featuring Your Body, Hard Cover Educational Funk and Wagnalls 1980 Children’s Book
Comical and educational Charlie Brown’s ‘Cyclopedia Super Questions and
Answers and Amazing Facts hard cover book. It is based on the Charles M.
Schulz characters, published Random House and distributed by Funk and
Wagnalls Copyright 1980.
This book is Volume 1 in a series and
features Charlie Brown and the Peanuts gang explaining anything and
everything that has to do with the human body, from blood cells to
Each page is full of fun biological facts and colorful illustrations and comic strips.
vintage encyclopedia book is in excellent condition, with a few
superficial marks on the outside of the cover from age and storage. The
upper right corner of the front of the book has its original sales
sticker that reads “General Mdse .9¢”
It is 54 pages, measures 11 inches tall, 8 ¼ inches wide and 3/8 inch deep.
Marvel Super Action starring Captain America Comic Book Volume 1 Number 1 May 1977, Big Premiere Issue, vintage comic book
The mightiest super heroes team up in this Marvel Comics Group, Super
Action starring Captain America, Big Premiere Issue! Volume 1, Number 1
May 1977 issue comic book.The cover reads “Big Premiere Issue”.First page reads “Stan Lee presents: Captain America, Living Legend of World War II, This Monster Unmasked!”“Originally
presented in Capt. America #100, Peerlessly produced and proudly
presented by “Stan (the Man) Lee and Jack (King) Kirby, Embellished by
Syd Shores, Lettered by Artie Simek, Treasured by Irv Forbush”.Features super hero characters: Captain America, Iron Man, Thor, Black Panther and more.Good
condition, front and back cover have a bit of light wrippling from
storage, bottom right corner of front cover has a tiny crease. The pages
are off-white. The staples are tight although the lower staple doesn’t
go all the way through the center page (seems to be from the factory).
Lays flat, no water stains or marks, 32 pages.
Marvel Team-Up Comic Book Spider-Man and Iron Man August 1978 Volume 1 Number 72
Collectible Marvel Comics Group, Marvel Team-Up featuring Spider-Man and
Iron Man “Crack of the Whip!” Volume 1, Number 72, August 1978 issue
comic book.First page reads “Stan Lee Presents: Spidey and Iron
Man–Together! Bill Mantlo guest writer, Jim Mooney guest artist, Irv
Watanabe letterer, Francoise Mouly colorist, Bob Hall editor, Jim
Shooter editor-in-chief.”Good condition, a few wrinkles on the
front and back cover. The back cover has a tear in the edge (pictured).
The pages are aged off-white, staples are tight. No missing pages, no
water stains, no marks, not warped, lays flat, 32 pages.
Spider Woman Marvel Comics Group Volume 1 Number 7 October 1978
Cool collectible, Marvel Comics Group, The Spider-Woman, To Know Her is
to Fear Her! Volume 1, Number 7, October 1978 issue comic book.
page reads “Stan Lee Presents: The Mysterious Spider-Woman! Mary
Wolfman writer/editor, C. Infantino artist, Leialona E Gordon inks,
Parko letters, G. Wein colors.
Good condition, a few wrinkles on
the front and back cover. The bottom corner of back cover has a fold.
Upper left corner has a bend from storage. The pages are aged off-white,
staples are tight. No missing pages, no water stains, no marks, mainly
DC Comics Batman Comic Book Volume 41 Number 324 June 1980, Is this the end of Catwoman
Awesome DC Comics Inc., Batman Comic Book Volume 41 Number 324 June 1980 issue comic book.
This collectible volume is titled “Batman, Is this the End of the Catwoman…?”
page reads “Len Wein writer, Irv Novick and Bob Smith artists, Glynis
Wein colorist, Ben Oda letterer, Paul Levitz editor”.
condition, a light corner fold on the lower right front cover and a tiny
fold on the upper right corner. The back cover is in good condition.
The entire comic lays flat, the staples are tight, the inner pages are
off white, the coloring is great, no water marks or stains, no missing