VINTAGE J.H. BUNNELL & CO. N.Y. 150 OHM ELEGRAPH SOUNDER
It is untested
Wires are connected underneath
One of the round plastic tubes is broken
What you see in the pictures is what you will receieve
Antique item from the 1920's. Fire extinguisher made of copper and brass. Plate marking "Manufactured by National Mfg. Co. Ltd. Brockville ONT." Item shows it's age with some wear and marks. Hose appears to be damaged near the top.
Kryptok developed a new form of bifocal lens to great acclaim 120 years ago. The Kryptok len's bifocal side was machine finished at their factory - controlling output and consistancy resulting in a surface more stable and difficult to improve upon.
The wooden mailing box in this listing has both Kryptok and Consolidated Optical Toronto markings with a two cent canadian stamp, and a second Consolidated Optical Toronto label and two cent stamp on either side of its sliding top. The box measures 8.5cm x 6.6cm x 2.8cm.
This vintage wooden dovetail mailer box is in good used condition with marking, minor damage to the top's slider groove, tearing/missing piece to the Consolidated Optical label and wear /damage to the two cent stamps.
Vintage Blaupunkt Palma 3D type 2435 Tube Radio
Unit does power on, but needs repairs to function completely. This is a project piece for someone with some time and love to spare for a beautiful piece of Audio History!
Antique Vintage Glass Miniature Hygienic Feeder Baby Bottle English Double Ended
ITEM IS USED, BUT IN GOOD SHAPE FOR ITS AGE
It is 5-1/4" long and 2-1/4" wide
Until the late 19'th century babies feeding equipment was difficult to clean and therefore very unhygienic. In 1894 the first 'banana' shaped feeder, the Allenburys' feeder, appeared on the market. It was made by the partnership of Allen and Hanburys and was marketed as being 'most easily cleansed'. It quickly became popular. Other companies soon followed the example. The bottle shown here is the Hygienic feeder. The bottle is made out of clear molded glass and has a flat base to keep it stable on a surface. It is boat shaped and fits neatly into one hand, allowing the other hand to support the baby. At one end of the bottle there is a hole for pouring in the feeding mixture. To prevent it from pouring out, a metal cap is put on after filling. At the other end a similar hole, covered by a rubber teat, lets the baby suck out the feed. The baby needs a teat to regulate the flow of liquid into its mouth, so it doesn't drink too fast and choke.
The words Hygienic Feeder are mounded onto the top of the bottle. This brand name emphasizes the growing awareness of hygiene and cleanliness. This design of baby's bottle proved so popular that it sold well into the 1950's.
Lot of 6
Q.R.S. Music Rolls
Nickelodeon Player Piano Rolls
7894 Besame Mucho Rhumba Fox Trot, played by J. Lawrence Cook
Q-169 (original QRS-3100) Moonlight and Roses (Bring Mem'ries of You)
played by Harold Scott
XP-209 Elvis Presley, Vol. 3 played by Arndt, Watters, & Wansborough
Q-116 (original QRS 2109) Let Me Call You Sweetheart
played by Scott & Watters
10-583 Evergreen "A Star is Born" played by David Gramza 1977
1370 Old Fashioned Waltz Medley- Daisy, Daisy, After the Ball, Sidewalks of New York, Sweet Rosie O'Grady and others
*small tear near start*
All in original boxes, boxes in great shape.