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1959 PENNWOOD DIGITAL NUMECHRON TYMETER TV CLOCK, model 700, works fine, but makes low working noise, lights up, marbleized burgundy plastic casing and cream plastic digits, 5 1/2" x 5" x 3 1/2", very good condition, casing and crystal has some scratches and wear, small split on the crystal plastic around the light on/off switch for the light,  these are not uncommon, but they are in great demand    #25313    $85.00
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Wonderful modern Streamlined design 1940's TOASTSWELL #885 TOASTER, with black plastic handles running vertically and shooting star decoration, works great, fine condition with mild scratches here and there, but one deeper scratch on each side, may be missing a covering for the light-dark knob but maybe not as I am not certain what it is supposed to be like, crack on the plug (will need to be reinforced at the very least - probably will need to be replaced) looks much better than my poor photos    #CHM27748    $45.00 
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vintage art deco chrome ashtray

vintage art deco chrome ashtray

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1950's GREEN ART DECO 8" WIZARD HUSKY" WESTERN AUTO SUPPLY CO. FAN,  has a hole so you can hang it on the wall, fan head position swivels, one speed, no on-off switch (plugged in it goes, unplugged it does not - that was how it was made - not that difficult to add toggle switches to the cord though), excellent condition but needs some major cleaning, runs well but makes a little bit of noise like the blades are barely nicking something, the rungs to the cage are not 100% parallel but as none of them look bent, I think that might be how it was made.  Every fan of this kind I have seen has that same unparallelness.  Looks very cool, great deco base      #DC28829    $18.00....
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CHROME HAIR DRYER AND STAND,  both marked "made in the USA, Handy Industries, Inc., Racine, Wis.";  I have no idea of its age except that I think it is old enough that asbestos could be an issue with it;  works well; has on/off switch and hot/cold switch; comes out of stand; stand has holes to attach to wall; but is very stable sitting on a table; base and handle are black plastic; good for nails, crafts, etc.; looks great with the chrome and bullet shape; excellent condition, with a few scratches and the company name partially obscured on the base    #DC242543    $35.00    NOW $25.00
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1940's - "50's GE TOASTER 72T82, chrome is in outstanding condition with just the most minor of faults, but one of the 3 heating elements does not heat properly and the times doesn't work so it doesn't pop.  Asking what I paid for it    #DC25652    $12.00
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1940's SUNBEAM MODEL 20B TOASTER WITH WORLD'S FAIR ART DECO DESIGN, extra wide slice holes which accommodate bagels, toast lowers itself, works great, very good condition with 2 repaired breaks at the feet on one side of the toaster (they do not show up much and you can turn that side to the wall), some of the glue from the repair is smeared on one end of the toaster, also with mild scratches here and there - looks much better than my poor photos and how it sounds    #DC27749    $18.00

SIMILAR TO ABOVE  -- looks the same to me, except the cord is covered with black plastic instead of the striped cloth, SUNBEAM MODEL T-20-C, looks great with very little scratching and no pitting, UNFORTUNATELY, the automatic toast lowering mechanism is not working, and without that part working it is impossible to know if the toasting wires work     #DC27749b   $7.50 
 
 

#FA29900b FEATHERWEIGHT SEWING TABLE, I think a Singer product, light colored wood, some irregularities in the color on the top      #FA29900b    $125.00
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"WHAT'S IN YOUR TELEPHONE", 1923 WESTERN ELECTRIC AD WITH CROSS SECTION OF CANDLESTICK TELEPHONE showing all the different raw materials used in making a telephone work, 6 1/4" x 10", excellent condition with a small dog-ear on the top right corner    #TEL27691    $15.00
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VINTAGE SINGER 99-31 SEWING MACHINE WITH CASE, WORKS GREAT, considered a 3/4 size machine, it is only slightly heavier than the featherweight machines, weighs 25 lbs with the case (most the weight is in the case), very portable and great for quilting guild meetings, it is a low shank machine so it takes the same attachments as the 221 featherweight, comes with original case, 4 bobbins, an instruction book and an extra pressure foot (skinny foot with indents for the needle to go in and out of on both sides); the copyright date on the instruction book is 1955 - I think that is the year the machine was made as well; the machine has a light in the back and a black plastic pedal, the serial number is AM263994, "99-" is on a gold and black plate on the front of the machine, "Singer Manufacturing Company" is written in gold across the to of the machine, "Simanco, Made in the U.S. A." is embossed in the metal on the under side of the machine and is also written on a plate on the bottom of the pedal; the condition of the machine is excellent - the machine works well, the japanning is is bright and shiny with some light scratching overall, the wheel has a few dings in the japanning, the decals are near mint, the light works and is in great shape, the pedal works and is in a great shape although it has some light overall scratching.  The instruction book has some wear and some staining but it is complete and study enough for use.  the carrying case is solid and strong for carrying the sewing machine but it has some aesthetic defects as you can see from my photos, also the paper on the inside of the case is a bit torn and has some yellowing    #APPL28044    $75.00   HOLD
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vintage art deco French Line ad
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1920 ART DECO G-E FAN AD WITH RAINBOW, shows small bird in wicker bird cage, 6 1/4" x 9 1/2", near mint condition    $12.00 
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1951 SINGER FEATHERWEIGHT SEWING MACHINE IN SINGER AD, SCHWINN PHANTOM BICYCLE AD ON THE REVERSE, 10 1/4" x 13 1/4", very good good condition with small edge tears all the way around, some yellowing of the edges, staple holes in the right margin, light crease on top right corner (not into the printed area)    #APPL29180    $12.00
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1945 SINGER AD FEATURING THE FEATHERWEIGHT,  10 x 13 1/2", good condition with wear on the corners and edges, the page also has a light crease on the bottom left corner and some light crinkling    #APPL30352    $10.00
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1961 SINGER SEWING MACHINE AD, 2 PAGES, featuring the Slant-o-matic 500, the Slant-o-matic Special, the Style-o-matic 20 lb. aluminum machine, the Slant- needle Deluxe, the New Featherweight portable, the Style-mate, the "Young Budge" machine, and the "Spartan, prices on tags on the machines, 2 pages that are unattached, 8 1/2" x 11" each, excellent condition but with the staple holes from the magazine    #APPL30943    $12.00 

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