JAPAN 1950’S MECHANIZED TIN BATTERY ROBOT MINT IN BOX

I AM A ROBOT! TAKE ME HOME TO YOUR LEADER

I AM A ROBOT! TAKE ME HOME TO YOUR LEADER

Very first Robby the Robot made. By the Nomura toy company of Japan in 1957. From original movie Forbidden Planet is arguably the best science fiction movie of the 1950’s. In the era of The Cold War, fears were materialized in mutated, giant insects, monsters or alien invaders! Robby is the Icon of any decent tin toy robot collector.

VINTAGE 1940’S WOOD GERMANY PUZZLE GAME TOY FIGURES

WE ARE PUZZLE TOYS

WE ARE PUZZLE TOYS

Vintage wood puzzle toys made in Germany 1940’s . The first jigsaw puzzle was produced around 1760 by John Spilsbury, a London engraver and mapmaker. Spilsbury mounted one of his maps on a sheet of hardwood and cut around the border. The Golden Age of jigsaw puzzles came in the 1920s and 1940s with companies producing a wide range of puzzles reflecting both the desire for sentimental scenes. These are very rare hard to find!

1940’S WEISS COSTUME RHINESTONE JEWELRY SET

Dazzling Darling!!!

Dazzling Darling!!!

This is a stunning rare amber color Weiss signed rhinestone jewelry set. Albert Weiss, a native New Yorker, started his company in 1942, on Fifth Avenue in N.Y., after having worked for Coro and Marvella Jewelry. 

Mr. Weiss worked primarily in clear and colored rhinestones and was very well known for his creations of butterflies, bugs and flowers. Costume jewelry is collected and worn by millions of ladies around the world.  

1940’S NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN MADE SQUASH BLOSSOM STERLING TURQUOISE NECKLACE

Squash Blossom

Squash Blossom

This beautiful hand crafted 1940’s sterling turquoise Native American made Navajo Indian made 26” necklace. Most jewelry made was masterfully made and skills past down through generations.  One of the most important forms of Navajo and Southwestern Native American jewelry, is the Squash Blossom Necklace. Most are made of a string of plain round silver beads, interspersed with more stylized “squash blossoms”, and feature a pendant, or “naja”, hung from the center of the strand. The squash blossom beads are copied from the buttons which held together the pants worn by the Spanish, and later, Mexican caballeros. These buttons represent – and are modeled after – pomegranates

1930’s BAKELITE ART DECO BRACELETS

VOGUE READY

VOGUE READY

SONY DSC

These are wonderful 1930’s bakelite bracelets. Bakelite is probably the most collectible — and valuable — plastic in existence today. Bakelite was discovered in 1909 by a New York chemist, Belgian-born Dr. Leo Hendrik Baekeland, the son of a shoemaker. In the 1920s, production began on bakelite jewelry ; the colorful pieces were attractive and affordable to those affected by the Great Depression. They could be produced in various colors, but the most common were yellow, butterscotch, red, green and brown.

1923 ORIGINAL MOTORCYCLE TOBACCO CARD mint!! FULL SET FRAMED

"RIDE TO LIVE-LIVE TO RIDE"

“RIDE TO LIVE-LIVE TO RIDE”

This is ALL ORIGINAL VINTAGE AND ANTIQUE CARDS Cigarette/ Tobacco cards FULL SET! 50 cards Issued in 1923 by Lambert and Butler ,From the set , Motorcycles. High Book price all cards are super mint!! Condition: It is professionally custom framed 22 ½” x 26” . There are a few cards that came loose has to be reset. Motorcycle begins in the second half of the 19th century. By 1920, Harley Davidson was the largest manufacturer, with their motorcycles being sold by dealers in 67 countries.

1890’s ART NOUVEAU EMPIRE ART GOLD EJ&B BRONZE VANITY JEWELED BOX

Keepsake Box

Keepsake Box

1800’s early 1900’s art nouveau bronzed box 6” X 9” X 2 ¼”. It is very detailed it is all hand crafted design of grapes on side and fine gemstones with great design, bronze lady in center. It is marked Empire Gold Art E.J.&B. Art Nouveau is considered a “total” art style, embracing architecture, and most period decorative arts including jewelry, furniture, and other textiles. Most popular during 1890–1910. English uses the French name Art nouveau (“new art”), but the style has many different names in other countries. Academic art of the 19th century, it was inspired by natural forms and structures, not only in flowers and plants, but also in curved lines. Architects tried to harmonize with the natural environments.