First issue of the rodder's journal. Good Condition, little wear by the binding. $100.00 shipped to the continental U.S. Contact Brien by text or call at 203-984-1890.
Lenox porcelain of Mickey and Minnie. No scratches or dents. In mint condition, missing box. If you re interested email me and I can send you more images from other angles
Excellent condition framed Tarkay Serigaph. Matted and in gold frame under glass , numbered 5/45 signed.
Lovely Victorian dresser made of solid walnut. Four drawers with ornately carved handles. Original marble top with a beveled edge. There are a few stains on the marble. The top lifts off. I assume it was designed this way to be moved easily. Circa: 1880s Height: 35" Depth: 19" Length: 40" Drawer Height: 5 1/2" Very good condition with stains on marble mentioned above. Available for pickup in We...
Fire King kitchen storage jar retro olive green daisy pattern. This jar is in near mint condition showing only a slight "mis-spray" of the pattern, shown in pics above. It is a heavy white milk glass with an olive green screw on top and a daisy transfer pattern. The daisies are perfect other than where noted, with no dishwasher fade or scuffing. The insideis clean and shiny and looks never used...
Lenox First Blessing Holy Family Set of 3 (in box)- $100.00 Lenox First Blessing Nativity- Melchoir Second in Series (in box) - $30.00 Lenox First Blessing Nativity Ox (in box)- $75.00 Lenox First Blessing Nativity Fisherman (in box)- $30.00 Lenox First Blessing Nativity Standing Camel (in box)- $30.00 Buy complete set/ or per item to complete your set
Antique bed is 54" wide. Headboard is 57" tall and footboard is 36" tall. Side rails are included.
Antique cabinet measures 41" wide x 23" deep x 31" floor to top of counter surface and 67.5" floor to top of cabinet.


This antique wardrobe is 42" wide x 22" deep x 61" floor to top of closet. Floor to top of dresser is 38". Mirror over dresser top is missing and door needs to be reattached.
Original 1912 Gray Telephone Pay Station Model 23D in great shape. Making a secure and reliable pay phone turned out to be tough to do, and in 1889 William Gray got a patent for an innovative coin payment mechanism he was able to defend for decades. Gray distributed its pay stations through other companies including Western Electric, ultimately selling out to Automatic Electric.