From the Parlour
JR0556 Salesmans’ sample with carrying case—flip clock advertising
Vintage 1950’s “ACTION AD” NEON ADVERTISING Clock
Amazing looking neon advertising clock with original Ad Cards that flip down every 5 seconds (12 times per minute) Clock is 24″ wide x 12″ tall x 7″ deep
JR0277 Miniature Brass spittoon
Vintage Miniature Brass Spittoon, 2″H
JR0241 Brass vase
JR0221 Record/Disc cleaner kit
JR0276 5 cent Metal Piggybank
JR0950 Antique bubble domed glass framed antique picture
This antique bubble glass has a convex glass and portrait of an old lady and her husband
JR0951 Antique bubble domed glass framed antique picture
This antique bubble glass has a convex glass and portrait of an old man and his wife.
JR0718 Arsitocrat Gillette Gold Plated adjustable razor, Limited Edition Model 1800
Gillette Aristocrat safety razor in case, gold tone, with blades, case measures 2 1/2″ x 8″ x 1 3/8″
Can of “Nevr-Dull” Polishing Compound
The Original Magic Wadding Polish “Labour Saving”
JR0599 Wilkinson Sword Commemorative “HRH Prince Charles & Princess Diana” wedding
A Wilkinson Royal Wedding sword to commemorate the wedding of H.R.H. Prince Charles and Lady Diana, limited edition, with straight double edged blade, length approx 81cm, cast silver plated hilt incorporating rose, thistle, shamrock and leek, with applied enamelled arms to guard and pommel, wire bound grip with its silver bullion knot, certificate of authenticity, etc.
JR0600 Commemorative RCMP Sword
JR0702 Antique China cabinet with curved leaded glass upper windows and door.
Oak Leaded Glass China Cabinet. Carved scrolling crest with flowers, leaves and shell carving, upper section has curved leaded glass panels with a door in the center that has griffin heads on either side; the round columns are set away from the cabinet with acanthus carved capitals and acanthus carvings in the middle; cabinet is held up by claw feet. Dimensions: 72 in. high x 46 in. wide x 18 in. deep.
JR0689 Holcome & Hoke Butterkist Popcorn machine
Popcorn/peanut vending machine; 82″ x 35″ x 26″.
A rich mahogany case sets off the elaborate nickel plating on this near-perfectly restored Homcomb & Hoke popcorn machine. Exact year cannot be determined as manufacturers did not use serial numbers. The plant was built in 1914 and is still in use today. The machine dates probably to sometime in the 1920’s. This particular machine is a wonderful size and boasted to increase your profits up to $3120 yearly. Machine is in working order and will provide hours of fun and entertainment to the new owner. Glass panels in spinning light atop machine are reproduction that only add to the look of this rare example.
Mutoscope Viewer Lighted Marquee Top Sign.
This decorative cast iron marquee with copper colored accents is often seen on the Clamshell type Mutoscope machines. Currently showing a poster for “Chicago Street Girls” with an image of a nude woman. Advertising poster is behind a sheet of plastic. No flaws to note. Condition: (Excellent). Dimensions: 30″T. x 16-3/4″W.