The seller says, "The menu dates to the 1920s and features artwork by John Held Jr., a celebrated illustrator during the 20s whose art graced the covers of many magazines and even the cover of F Scott Fitzgerald’s book Tales of the Jazz Age. Held’s work was so common, usually portraying characters engaging in fun filled activities, that his work is now closely identified with the flapper era. The menu consists of four pages and measures 9” by 7 7/8” closed. It is in very good condition with the exception of a crease running through the lower center and a bit of handwriting on the back. Incredible that breakfast only cost between 25 cents and 75 cents while dinner was $1.50. Nice railway collectible, especially due to the John Held Jr illustrations.
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Up for bid on eBay is a German card signed by the artist R. Crumb.
The seller says, "This is the only one of very few of these cards signed in existence. They are so rare it blew Robert away as he does not even remember doing them back in 1969. You will not get the opportunity to get one of these ever signed, take my word as Robert would only let one go from his archive."
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The seller says, "...this vintage maroon pistol box...dates from the 1930s. The label is in very nice condition and is complete, with nice bright colors. The inside labels, which are part of the packaging, are clean and readable. This is the way it has been in my collection for many years. Due to recent illness, I'm selling off my collections over the next few months."
The seller adds, "How many hundreds of dollars can you add to your Pre-War .38 Super when you go to sell in in an original Factory Box?"
Up for bid on eBay is a fun and incredibly rare 1926 original Paramount Pictures exhibitor's press book from the Paramount Pictures 15th Birthday Group.
The seller says, "This folio offered an epic heralding of their upcoming season the golden age of silent movies and tinsel -town era Hollywood. Many of the films advertised are among the most iconic of the era, Alberto Varga worked for the studio as did Henry Clive, Tony Sarg, Cardwell Higgins among others. Sadly, this came to us incomplete, so this is only a partial representation of all of the wonders of 1926 paramount. Still it is as well preserved as we have ever seen on of these, featuring all original salesmans packaging, and 33 pages of highlights. Including Louise Brooks, Gilda Gray, Zane Gray, Esther Ralston, Harold Lloyd, W.C. Fields, Clara Bow and Emil Jannings."
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Up for bid on eBay is a vintage original 1942 War II poster from the U.S. Government Printing Office by Lawrence Beall Smith.
The seller says, "The image captures the patriotic optimism of American youth Three children with toys and a flag, on a lawn scattered with small white flowers, are surrounded by the shadow of a swastika as it is menaced by the shadow of fascism. The oldest boy is prematurely becoming a man as he protects his younger, frightened siblings from the realities of war, even as they play at it. Posters like this encouraged over 85 million Americans to help with the war efforts through the purchase of war bonds."
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