Stirrup Room Dance and Dine Cocktails 1950’s Lucite and Steel Baker City Geiser Grand Hotel

Heres a true Oregon Artifact From the Restoration of the Geiser Grand hotel once owned by my dads First Cousin. He began restoration and helped save parts of downtown. But he had to sell the beast as it was a money pit. Imagine being the first one in to help restore this mighty old Grand ...

Call for Philip Morris Original Tin Litho sign I Love Lucy Sponsor AP640

These old Tobacianna signs are hard to find from the I Love Lucy Period. Similar to a sign I have seen in the coffee shop they sometimes frequent to plot against the latest antics of Lucy and Ethel. How do I know. Ive seen them all at least 20 time!! We didn't have YouTube back ...

New Digs in Hollywood, Ca

Well its been a month!. We have moved into 3 new locations.As before everything is still online but the actual location of the items are now spread over 3 locations. Venice, Hollywood and Now Oxnard. At our Hollywood Office/ Showroom we stroll have the best of the best in Pottery, Tile ,Vintage Mexican Silver, Art, ...

Hires Rootbeer Bottle cap Tin Litho Sign. Original Condition. A1175

This beautiful Hires Rootbeer Sign is a Great survivor. Circa 1950's.Large and in charge as they say 34.5 x 34.5 in size. Well Marked Made in the USA. Factory marked as well. Very little wear to edges is all. As close to Mint as you may find. Hires Root Beer was created by Philadelphia pharmacist Charles Elmer ...

Vintage Haeberlin-Metzger Tin Box A1208

An extremely charming biscuit tin... well, actually, a gingerbread tin... by one of the most legendary manufacturers of gingerbread in Germany.  The closure has air-rusted but otherwise in excellent condition. 5 3/8" high x 10 3/4" wide x 5 1/2" deep. Price on request. The history of the Nuremberg gingerbread can be traced back to the late ...

Victory-V Lozenges Art Nouveau Store Display Clock A1207

The Victory V brand of lozenges put out a large variety of promotional objects. We have never seen another example of this particular store display clock. A rather magical object, in our estimation. Circa 1900.  And the brand survives to this day. Somebody somewhere in Britain still stocks it. Some rust and age spots, and the ...

American Tin Litho Apollo Candies Store Display A1168

"They're different… Apollo DELICIOUS Hard Candies". Well, they're gone (and we bet they were darn delicious at that) but their terrific metal display endures, and, as an object in its own right, it has achieved the glamor of a piece of found futurist sculpture. A miniature architectural treasure, its lettering and paint set off its ...

Nectar Tea Porcelain Enamel British Railway Station Sign AP599

Excitingly, it comes with a very yellowed fragment of the Instructions to the stationmaster for hanging it up, from WH Smith, the great booksellers and stationers of the age of steam. This is the famous tea cup sign, produced by Patent Enamel Co. Ltd, Birmingham, England, one of the earliest and most renowned enamel sign manufacturers. ...

“Truck ’em to the Stock-Growers” Tin Litho Sign AP598

"For Price - For Fill. Cattle. Hogs. Sheep." Unambiguous. And a design bulls-eye. 8.5" x 11.5". In excellent condition. A stockgrowers association was an organization of cowmen in the Old West of the United States who attempted to restrict entry onto the range by controlling access to limited water supplies. Some of these organizations still exist, although ...

Life Buoy The Health Soap Sign 1930s AP596

Lifebuoy was introduced by Lever Brothers in 1895 in England. Originally a carbolic soap containing phenol, different varieties were later introduced without the medicinal carbolic smell, such as the coral-colored Lifebuoy during the late 1950s and Lifebuoy Minty Refresher in 1966. Lifebuoy was one of the most popular soaps in the United States from approximately 1923 ...