This cocktail glass has the image of engine #4902 and the Pennsylvania Railroad log in red. The remainder of the train is white.
Dimensions: 4 1/2" tall, 3 5/8" top diameter and 3" heavy bottom.
I have 2 of these glasses for sale at $20.00 each.
This Gorham sterling yo-yo is 2 1/4" in diameter by 1 3/8". . It is hallmarked Gorham sterling cover 30 steel body. Circa 1930s. There are a few dings in the sterling. Definitely for the person who has everything. There are the letters the letters "R" and "G ?" on the top. It's so faint you can hardly read it.
The front of the USAF Air crew member wing design depicts an eagle carrying arrows and olive brances in its talons. The center of the Air Crew Member design is necely detailed and has light wear on some of the highlights from handling. The front of the wings have a dark grey6 patina. The backside has an overall dark tarnished finish. It is hallmarked Sterling in raised letters and has a double clutch backs attaching pins.Circa 1944-1945
This Gorham sterling tape measure is 1 1/2" in diameter. It is hallmarked Gorham, sterling #18. The tape does move in and out as it should. The release button works as it should. The end of the tape needs a stop.
In Charles Dicken's The Pickwick Papers (1837), Tony is a coachman who inherits a pub from his wife, He is the father of Sam Weller, who works for him at the inn. Circa 1936-1960
"Old King Cole was a merry old soul" are the words of the nursery rhyme that inspired the design of this jug. The collar frill was remodelled around 1939 and variation two can be found with both deep and shallow white ruff modellings.
This is variation No. 2 circa 1939-1960 .
In Charles Dicken's classic, David Copperfield, Wilkins Micawber is Copperfield's landlord and friend. A sanguine idler, Micawber unmasks Uriah Heep as a villain and rewarded with passage to Australia, where he settles happily in a prominent neighborhood.
Plane, 747 Jumbo Jet Charm - Sterling Silver is 1 1/16th" long without ring. It is hallmarked "ster".
These DESERT ROSE 8 oz glassware wine (ENGLAND BACK STAMP) by FRANCISCAN CHINA are in excellent condition. These were made circa 1985. They are 6 1/8" tall.
This Tuck postcard has a divided back. It is unused. It is # 9347 (Sable Antelope).
I do not have the original box the item came in. The item is in mint condition. The Spanish name is Damita de Pie. It is item # 01005590. It was issued in 1989 and retired in 1993. It is 7" tall and glazed.
This Swarovski crystal has the Swan logo, the identification label and the certificate and edition # is 2778/3000. This mask is out of production by Swarovski and only available on the secondary market.
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