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bob clark replied to bob clark's discussion Slush-mold "Dune Scooter"~Any guesses on the maker? in the group Whadja Find Today
"Sorry.... thought it was obvious from the photos that this is pot metal with rubber tires. The postcard photo I included is from the Michigan area where they evidently sold rides to the public. So - just to be clear:  This is a slush mold dune…"
Jun 24
tomsantiquesetcetera replied to bob clark's discussion Slush-mold "Dune Scooter"~Any guesses on the maker? in the group Whadja Find Today
"tires rubber or plastic? What is body, plastic, fiberglass or metal? There's dunes in Idaho, Oregon, Calif, Ariz and lots of other places including the Sahara, Gobi, etc. It looks locally made IMHO too. "Barbie dolls" had some jeep…"
Jun 24
bob clark added a discussion to the group Whadja Find Today
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Slush-mold "Dune Scooter"~Any guesses on the maker?

This little jeep came along with a quantity of 50s Dinky vehicles recently and I am trying to determine the maker & age.  My first thought was that it was by Barclay, but in going thru the O'Brien book, nothing came up.  Looked at others like KTC, but no luck there, either.3 inches long, with the words "DUNE SCOOTER" molded into the body.  There is a cardboard piece covering the bottom opening (supposed to be glued, but got taped down at some point) that I removed for photos.  The axles are…See More
Jun 23
tomsantiquesetcetera replied to bob clark's discussion Spanish-American War Paper... what?? in the group Whadja Find Today
"Another possibility. Some old books had photographs in them and very thin, light brown, tracing-like paper to protect them. If the photo was of Adm. Dewey then the protector may have had a print of the same picture on it. Your picture of Dewey shows…"
May 17
bob clark replied to bob clark's discussion Spanish-American War Paper... what?? in the group Whadja Find Today
"Yeah, Tom - I'm familiar with tobacco cards and these definitely are - not those.  I was thinking more of a tissue lining insert in a box of ceegars, but these seem almost too large for that, either.  I think the gov't back then…"
May 12
tomsantiquesetcetera replied to bob clark's discussion Spanish-American War Paper... what?? in the group Whadja Find Today
"Not much found. Flag has 3 rows of 8, 3 rows of 7, stars = 45 stars. That flag flew from July 4,1896 to July 3, 1908. Dates your paper to that time period. Discovered that cigars and cigarettes of that era came with a paper insert. Size not shown…"
May 12
bob clark added a discussion to the group Whadja Find Today
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Spanish-American War Paper... what??

I came across these nearly-transparent paper illustrations pasted in a scrapbook made from an old fashion book.  As you can see, the words printed in the fashion book show thru the glue-ins.  Each of the four is about the size of your hand - 3x6" or so.  For the life of me, I can't figure out what they might have been associated with originally.  Possibly paper to wrap a bundle of cigars?  The paper is super thin - think dress pattern paper, but even thinner and more transparent.Anyone seen the…See More
May 11
bob clark replied to Christine Sabol's discussion Bisque Statue in the group Whadja Find Today
"Well, there's prices people want and then there's prices people get..."
Apr 9
bob clark replied to Lloyd Levine's discussion What were these keys used for ? in the group Whadja Find Today
"I guess anything is possible - they represent a lot of tumblers to turn, meaning lots of security (unlike the simple locks on dressers & doors). You might stop by a locksmith - they see this stuff every day and should know. Just stop back and…"
Sep 11, 2016
bob clark replied to Bjorn's discussion Can anybody identify what this is? in the group Whadja Find Today
"I do believe this is an early receipt box as Bjorn has suggested.  I remember similar from my childhood where a 2- or 3-piece form printed on rolls would be pushed up just enough to grab with the fingers and pull out, tear off and separate.…"
Sep 11, 2016
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