Silver hinged bracelet. Circa 1940. Marked E.S., HECHO EN MEXICO, 925, TAXCO, STERLING. Chased and repoussed double scorpion shape. 1 1/8 - 3"wide X 2"diameter. Excellent condition with age appropriate patina.
Onyx and sterling figural pin. Circa 1940. Marked STERLING, 925, MEXICO. Chased and repoussed silver with bezel set onyx cabachons. Sword and scabbard chatelain style brooch. Each part has double c-clasp, no safety. Sword can be sheathed and worn as one pin. Sword measures 2 7/8" long x 1 1/4" wide. Scabbard measures 2 1/4" long x 7/8" wide. Together they measure 3 1/2" long x 1 1/4" wide. Age appropriate patina to recessed areas. Excellent condition.
Onyx and sterling figural earrings. Circa 1940. Marked JP in triangle, 925, STERLING. Screw back findings are marked HECHO EN MEXICO, D.F. (Distrito Federal or Mexico City). Pre-Columbian motif. Carved onyx face with dangles and silver repoussed headdress. Each earring measures 1 1/8" high x 1" wide. Age appropriate patina to recessed areas. Excellent condition.
Classic Western novel. 1946 reprint, Doubleday and Company, pp. 328. Hard cover, no dust jacket. Frontispiece and interior color illustrations by Thomas Hart Benton. Overall very good condition. Some shelf wear to spine. Additional photos of item available upon request.
Mechanical, tin lithograph noisemaker. Circa 1940. Marked U.S. METAL TOY MFG. CO., MADE IN U.S.A. Lucky #7 horse and jockey move up and down when clicked. Excellent color and detail. Minor paint rub to bottom edge. Makes a great party favor for Derby Day.