Poseable Peanuts Christmas figurines/ornaments
1980s

Poseable Peanuts Christmas figurines/ornaments

1980s

Japanese peacock vase
simple
elegant
shiny

Japanese peacock vase

simple

elegant

shiny

fancy calligraphy set
includes instructions.

fancy calligraphy set

includes instructions.

superior racquetball bag

holds two racquets (included)

no glove, no love (glove included)

4 colors of Padre beads
~28’ long; red, blue, white, yellow.
“Padre beads are wound, opaque, light blue glass beads from China . Through Spanish and Russian traders, Padre beads spread rapidly into the Southwest and Northwest. In 1778, English explorer, Captain James Cook made several references to the effect that it was difficult to obtain supplies and furs from the Pacific coast Indians without this particular blue bead. Captain Meriwether Lewis, from the Lewis and Clark Expedition, had this to say about Padre beads and the Indians tribes along the Columbian River… only the blue and white beads were accecptable, the most desired, are the common cheap, blue beads called “Chief Beads”… Padre beads were made in a variety of colors, but blue and white were the most sought after by the Northwest Indians.” Quoted form the website: http://www.thefurtrapper.com/.

4 colors of Padre beads

~28’ long; red, blue, white, yellow.

“Padre beads are wound, opaque, light blue glass beads from China . Through Spanish and Russian traders, Padre beads spread rapidly into the Southwest and Northwest. In 1778, English explorer, Captain James Cook made several references to the effect that it was difficult to obtain supplies and furs from the Pacific coast Indians without this particular blue bead. Captain Meriwether Lewis, from the Lewis and Clark Expedition, had this to say about Padre beads and the Indians tribes along the Columbian River… only the blue and white beads were accecptable, the most desired, are the common cheap, blue beads called “Chief Beads”… Padre beads were made in a variety of colors, but blue and white were the most sought after by the Northwest Indians.” Quoted form the website: http://www.thefurtrapper.com/.

6” peacock vase
antique Eiho, stamped
vintage, patina

6” peacock vase

antique Eiho, stamped

vintage, patina

vintage picnic set

stunning plaid/leather bag

excellent condition

'trav-l-bar'

for a helluva picnic

holds 3 btl

negroni, anyone?

candy machine

'mint-o-matic'

yes, children

gaymenstork said: Do you still have the tall statue and the clock for sale?

yes, we do. the clock is available today and the statue will be here in a shortly.