This 1901 class photo of the Mechanical Engineers of the Sheffield Scientific School of Yale University was taken in front of Winchester hall. What makes it particularly interesting is that it is annotated: all 34 members of the class are numbered on the photo and identified on the back. 10 1/2 by 8 1/2 inches framed.
John C Campbell Folk Art School Doll c 1930
Take a good look at this lady. The details are amazing. Pearls. Hat. Gloves. Purse. The works. The hand-crocheted and silk dress is just the beginning. Underneath are a crocheted petticoat and bloomers. She measures 12 inches tall. In great condition. From the John C Campbell Folk School c 1930.
Hand-Turned Dumb Bells c 1910
Pair of hand-turned, maple dumb bells c 1910. 1.5 lbs. Still visible: Model A.W. Made in U.S.A.
Hand-Stitched buckskin Sioux Doll
This charming Sioux Indian doll is made of hand-stitched buckskin, with an embroidered face and yarn hair. It dates to the 1930s. 6 in. by 14 in..
WWI Era German Monkeys
Don't blame them. They were just made during the First World War. They never saw action... except maybe in a child's playroom. We're showing only two here but there are four monkeys altogether. Each one is 24 in. tall with jointed arms and legs. And great, great faces. Good condition too.
PRICE: $375 each
Rare (fully working) Vintage Bubble Gum Dispenser
It is very rare to fine a fully working vending machine of this vintage, particularly one with it's original lock and key (see photo below). This elephant circus themed dispenser dates bak to the '40s and has its original paint. The Victor Vending Company, Chicago. 7 in. by 8 in. by 15 in.
Front View with Working Lock and Key
1930s Day of The Dead Mask
From Mexico. This hand-carved Day of the Dead mask still has its original paint. 5 in. by 5 in. by 8 in. Boo!
1910-1920 Puppet Stick
Heads will be on sticks!! This early puppet stick is probably Thai or Indonesian and dates back to the beginning of the last century. She measures about 10 inches tall by 3 inches wide. Her eyes open and close.