Original Reggie Jackson's Reggie Bar introduction give away T shirt. This T shirt was a give away advertising item to introduce Reggie Jackson's new Reggie Bar. The Reggie bar was introduced shortly after the NY Yankees 1977 World Series Win. This rare T shirt is in unused condition complete with its original packaging. It was made in U.S.A and it is size M 6-8. There are two (2) available.
Measuring 14 inches long by 11 inches wide, this delightful watercolor features a charming rendition of a young, straw-hatted black boy straddling a fence while clutching a plump watermelon! Signed "M. Shirreff" in the lower right corner.
Remaining in its original frame, this watercolor retains its vibrant color. A lovely piece of Black Americana executed with some naivete!
Please ignore any white streaks seen in photos; these are the result of light reflection off of the glass.
Measuring 15 inches long by 13 inches wide, this delightful, unsigned, watercolor features a charming rendition of a young black boy straddling a fence while clutching a plump watermelon!
Remaining in its original frame with original wooden and paper backing, this watercolor retains its framer's identifying sticker which reads, "Staton's Art Shop 5409 Germantown Ave." Perhaps this Germantown address indicates Philadelphia area origin? In the interests of proper conservation, the new owner shou...
This long march era Mao Ze Dong statue features Mao in a Red Army uniform and straw made shoes. Mao Ze Dong was one of the Communist Leaders who led the red army through the Long March to Yanan. Size: 11" tall by 4" wide and 4" deep. This is a hand glazed color ceramic statue.
Fabulous circa 1940's set of four (4) shot glass Rumpus set. This set of shot glasses was made by the FEDERAL GLASS CO. of COLUMBUS, OHIO and comes with original box. All four glasses are in Mint Condition and the box is in very good condition. Three of these glasses are Black Americana and the other one features a humorous scene with monkeys...
This Cultural Revolution poster shows Mao Ze Dong sitting on a rock, titled "Mao Ze Dong in Jing Gang Shan", this poster was developed by Zhen Jiang province's musuem and published by Zhen Jiang People's Publishing House in 1971.
Offered is a truly one-of-a-kind piece of Black Memorabilia!
This 1920-30s, hinged, wooden game piece box features an original, hand-executed, ink-on-paper drawing of a black figure in a tuxedo that has been pasted to the box cover. The drawing has been preserved with a shellac covering.
The box contains fifty, sequentially numbered 1-50, wooden game pieces painted red and white. The game pieces are in mint condition and appear to have only been lightly used...
Measuring only 2.75 inches high, this darling 1920's Black Memorabilia souvenir piece is in amazing condition considering its delicate, sea shell construction.
A tiny bisque black boy holding a watermelon slice is seated on a throne of sea shells. The name of the location that this sea shell souvenir was meant to commemorate is worn and is no longer readable.
Two very minor chips are present as shown in photos which do not detract from the beauty of this piece!
Measuring 7.75 inches high, this fabulous late 1940's French business card holder celebrates the iconic Josephine Baker!
The statuette is constructed of lucite and is placed on a painted wood base. The piece is very nicely hand-painted and detailed. It depicts Ms. Baker in her famous banana skin skirt, wearing large loop earrings and holding her long, slender, silver cigarette holder. Her anatomical assets are duly accented in aluminum...
Wonderful vintage 1940s hand-made sewing needle case of a little black girl with yellow bows in her braided hair and a pumpkin colored dress. Front of dress lifts up and there are two flaps for storing sewing needles. Very nicely made with fine detailing to face and hair construction--her little curls are tiny French knots. Excellent condition. Measures 6" long by 3" at the widest.
Titled "Vietnam will definitely succeed. American Imperialism will definitely be defeated," this original Chinese poster shows a Vietnamese gorilla soldier holding a rifle, a black shadowy figure representing the U.S. army. People's Art Publishing House, 1965. 0.16 Yuan. 30" x 20"
Titled "Act in a Revolutionary Play, be a Revolutionary," this poster depicts a young girl getting dressed to play the lead character from the Red Lantern, a modern Peking Opera play created during the Cultural Revolution. China Art publishing house, 1973. 0.15 Yuan. 30" x 20".
This original poster is titled "I am helping Grandpa with his new revolution." It shows a boy and a girl working a design print with a farmer. May 1974. Tianjin people's art publishing house.
This poster states Factory must learn from Da Qing, the model oil field from the Cultural Revolution era. Titled "Not miss any farming time", this poster shows the farmers working in front of a factory building, gathering around a tractor. June 1974. Shan Xi Xinhua Bookstore. Minor tear from the edge as shown but the image portion of the poster is in good shape. 30" x 30".
Great replica World Champions ring made in a limited quantity to give out at the Cardinals home stadium after they won in 1982. This ring is in MINT condition and is great piece of Baseball Memorabilia. Made of a heavy weight metal.
A 1-1/8" diameter brass watch fob issued to commemorate Queen Victoria's diamond jubilee. This fob could be worn as a pendant, and it has the legend 60th ANNIVERSARY OF THE CORONATION OF QUEEN VICTORIA CELEBRATED AT LONDON, JUNE 22, 1897 MADE IN AMERICA and REGINA ET IMPERATRIX 1837 1897 VICTORIA. This item is in very good original condition with no dents, bends, corrosion, losses, damage or repairs other than a pleasant patina from use and age...
This wonderfully rare, 1920s piece of Black Memorabilia ephemera is in utterly fabulous condition!
Measuring 7.50 inches long x 3.25 inches wide, this Belgian cigarette or cigar, heavy paper/cardboard box features a fabulous litho of a very dapper Black Gentleman smoking one of the "JOHN" cigarettes. Its small size offers many options for display including framing for shelf or wall enjoyment.
A truly scarce find in phenomenal condition!
A wonderful example of hand-crafted Black Americana Folk Art!
This wonderful Depression Era piece features a whimsical 10 inch long cutout figure of a little wooden black mammy with hand-painted “surprised” mouth and eyes! She is dressed in a machine-stitched cotton costume with great yellow ric-rac accenting —a wonderful kerchief on her head, and a cute little apron.
Her feet feature two brass-finish hooks, presumably to either hang keys or pot holders from...