We have a 7 day unconditional, no ifs, ands or buts, satisfaction guaranteed policy. If after receiving a piece it doesn't work, send it back for a complete refund, just let us know within 7 days . We also have an unconditional exchange policy, regardless of how long you've had an item, we will apply 100% of the purchase price of any piece towards an upgrade or exchange, or if you like we'll take it back and give you a 100% store credit. I don't think we could make it any easier!
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SOLD - A Vermont Marble Company Civil War era advertising photograph #6-1066-2250

SOLD - A Vermont Marble Company Civil War era advertising photograph #6-1066-1450

SOLD -A Vermont Marble Company Civil War era advertising photograph #6-1066-1450

SOLD - $2000 - A very large and cute Jersey Dairy Cow advertising piece . Now happily residing with Melanie and Michel Baumann, proprietors of one of Vermont's finest restaurants, the Chanticleer in East Dorset Vermont, quite conveniently around the corner from our home. Wanna give yourself a treat? Eat at the Chanticleer! They give good cow....

Boston Advertising stoneware. Antique One gallon 19th Century Cobalt blue decorated stoneware advertising jug. w/ strap handle. "J.P.W. Von Laer sole proprietor of Von Laer Lemon & Lime fruit juices, 38 India St, BOSTON" . Has a few small dings on top, and is stained as shown in photos.

An I am a Whooper for New Hampshire pin back button made by Felt Crafters of Plaistow. Whooper pin from the 50's 1.75" pinback button. This award was a 1950s brainstorm of Governor Hugh Gregg of New Hampshire. Recipients would receive an "Honorary Whooper" certificate, bestowing upon them an honorary citizenship of New Hampshire, and thereby allowing them to "Whoop it up for the Greatest of All States." In addition, Gov. Gregg also asked the state's regular citizens to help boost New Hampshire agriculture, recreation and industry, by celebrating "Whooper Week."
 

 

Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus poster, "The Greatest Show on Earth" #6-12273-450

 

 Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus poster, "The Greatest Show on Earth" #6-12273-450

  Original French Travel Poster, Ca. 1920's. Chemins De Fer De L'Etat - Excursions en Bretagne, Le Chateau De Comburg. by Henry De Renaucourt. Archivally stabilized, then mounted on museum quality Japanese rice paper which is then affixed to Egyptian conservation grade linen. Never shown or displayed these are immaculate and bright! 41" X 29.5"
  $2500 - "Prince Kar-mi, presenting MYSTERIES of the SPIRIT WORLD and DEMONSTRATIONS of OCCULT POWERS, by a series of ASTOUNDING FEATS THAT HAVE NO COUNTERPART ON EARTH" Three Sheet Linen Backed Poster, 1914, Joseph B. Hallworth, National Printing and Engraving Co. IN EXCELLENT CONDITION- #6-4156-1050
   SOLD - $295 - A very fun Cast stone or cement frog advertising piece for "G. P. Sherwood, Dorchester stone"- 4" high #2-1193-2155
   $125 - "Boston Butchers Wax" cast iron advertising floor polisher
Antique One gallon 19th Century Cobalt blue decorated stoneware advertising jug. w/ strap handle. "J.P.W. Von Laer sole proprietor of Von Laer Lemon & Lime fruit juices, 38 India St, BOSTON" #6-5065-850
A 1.25" across 3" high as shown. Douglas MacArthur (January 26, 1880 - April 5, 1964), was an American general who played a prominent role in the Pacific theater of World War II. He was poised to command the invasion of Japan in November 1945 but was instead instructed to accept their surrender on September 2, 1945. MacArthur oversaw the occupation of Japan from 1945 to 1951 and is credited for making far-ranging democratic changes in that country. He led United Nations forces defending South Korea in 1950-51 against North Korea's invasion. MacArthur was relieved of command by President Harry S Truman in April 1951 for insubordination and failure to follow Presidential directives. MacArthur was a ruthless commander and often forcefully made the enemy surrender. MacArthur fought in three major wars (World War I, World War II, Korean War) and was one of only five men ever to rise to the rank of General of the Army. MacArthur remains one of the most controversial figures in American history. While some have greatly admired MacArthur for what they consider his strategic and tactical brilliance, others have criticized his actions in command, his military judgment, and his challenges to President Truman in 1951.
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