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1 Andover Stamping Company, Andover, NY. QUEEN ANTIQUE CHOPPING or MINCING KNIFE.
1904 - 1910. 
6 bell-shaped, japanned, thin steel blades are held by a cast steel handle. The blades, as a unit, are rotatable around the base of the handle. 5 7/8 h. x 4 1/2 w. at the base of the blades. One blade impressed PAT'D QUEEN 1894. Little of the original black paint remains on the handle. Scattered wear to the japanning & scattered light rust on the blades. Fred H. Rundell of Horsehead, NY was issued Pat. No. 518,279 on April 17,1894 for this chopping knife. He (then of Andover, NY) was also issued at least one other patent: 831,746 on September 25, 1906 for a culinary utensil. He may also have held patents on other kitchen tools manufactured by Andover Stamping. F. H. Rundell, as principal of the Rundell Manufacturing Company, has signed a contract to remove the establishment to Andover, Allegany County, [NY] where natural gas may be obtained for power purposes at from 10 to 15 cents per thousand. Mr. Rundell for the past six months has been in charge of enameling works at Johnstown, Pa. He came to Watkins some four years ago, removing his plant to this place from Corning. (Watkins Democrat, April 23, 1903). Andover Stamping Company became the successor to the Rundell Manufacturing Co. in 1904, at which time they began manufacturing the New Queen Chopping Knife along with the Alberta Kettle, Star Carpet Stretcher, Combination Dipper, Patent Bake Pan, Perfect Scraper, Little Jim Tack Puller, Ideal Can Opener and Housekeeper's Delight. (http://www.alleganyhistory.org/places/towns-and-villages/a-e/andover/andover-related-articles/2459-andover-stamping-plant). Rundell was General Manager of the Andover Stamping Plan until it closed in 1910 after declaring bankruptcy. See also:http://www.andoverfreelibrary.org/archive/1900/1904/07_27_1904_01.pdf 
Price: 30.00 USD
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2 Berney-Bond Glass Co. MILK BOTTLE: YORK SANITARY MILK CO. YORK, PA.
1929 
Quart. Round. Crystal. Front embossed YORK SANITARY MILK CO. between 2 rings. Backembossed Registered / One Quart Liquid. Large Y & 29 embossed on bottom. BB48 embossed on the base (indicating the bottle was made by Berney-Bond Glass Co. between 1920 & 1930 when it was acquired by Owens-Illinois) and 29 on the bottom giving the year of manufacture as 1929. Scattered light scratches & scuffs. NOTE: Price includes the shipping cost over & above that added automatically in the shopping basket for the furthest postal zone from 17110. If you are a buyer in a closer zone, inquire about saving on shipping. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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3 Clum Manfacturing Co., Milwaukee, WI. SCARCE No. 62 MODEL T-FORD IGNITION KEY.
Late 1920s. 
Brass. 62 on back of bow. 1 3/4 l. with pin frosting on both sides & Ford in script on thefront, belong which is the diamond logo of the Clum Manfacturing Co. of Milwaukee, WI. The diamond shaped key was introduced by Ford in 1919, were made from nickel silver with pin frosted bows on both sides, and with Ford in script on one side. In 1926, these keys were produced in brass. Original patina. Near Fine, i.e. minimal signs of careful use. NOTE: Shipping for this item via 1st Class Mail is $1.50. Your shipping charge will appear as $4.00 in the Shopping Cart, but will be lowered before your credit card is charged. 
Price: 22.50 USD
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4 D.O. Cunningham Glass Co., Pittsburgh, PA. SQUEEZE SODA BOTTLE FROM DUNCANNON (PA) BOTTLING CO.

Crystal. 7 Oz. Crown top. 8 vertical ribs filled with stippling. Front embossed 7 Fl. Oz./ Squeeze / Trade Mark / Reg. in a diamond slug. Base embossed D.O.C. 719-1 (D.O. Cunningham Glass Co., Pittsburgh, PA 1882- 1937). Bottomembossed SQUEEZE D.B.C. DUNCANNON PA.. Some light scattered cloudiness & some minimal wear around the base. NOTE: Price includes the shipping cost over & above that added automatically in the shopping basket for the furthest postal zone from 17110. If you are a buyer in a closer zone, inquire about saving on shipping. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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5 Dover Stamping Co., Boston, MA. BLOOD'S PATENT WOODEN TABLE TOP FLOUR SIFTER FROM 1860S.
Early to mid 1860s. 
All pine construction. Box frame with bootjack legs on 2 sides and other sides partially open for insertion of a pan. Open top with an axle holding wooden rocker, the handle of which moves 2 wooden rollers across a curved wire screen secured to sides by tin strips. Nail construction with original nails. Rocker detachable for cleaning. One side faintly stenciled Blood's Pat. Sept. 17, 1861 and about 30% of the original paper label on the other. 8 1/2 h. (excluding rocker) x 9 x 10 1/2. 13 h. with rocker in fully raised position. The Blood sifter was a product of the Dover Stamping Co., Boston, MA, which they first patented on Sept. 17, 1861. A second patent date (January 9, 1866) appears on later models, so this one can be dated from the early to mid 1860s. The original paper label read: Blood's Improved Sifter. Patented September 17th 1861. Sifts Flour, Meal, Squash, Apple, Pulverized Sugar, Whiting, Drugs, with great rapidity and ease. Family Use ever offered to Housekeepers. It has won its way to public favor solely by its own-spirits. It is easily adjusted to any Pan. Box, Firkin or Barrell, or maybe used upon a molding board and is operated without putting the hands into the material. Directions-Fill to the central rod and siftwith a short quick stroke. Remove the central rod for cleaning. Manufactured solely by Dover Stamping Company, 38 & 90 North Street, Boston, Mass. Works well with all parts original & original patina. Shows obvious signs of use,but no damage not to be expected from unabusive use. NOTE: Price includes the shipping cost over & above that added automatically in the shoppingbasket for the furthest postal zone from 17110. If you are a buyer in a closer zone, inquire about saving on shipping. 
Price: 285.00 USD
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6 Ekco. NEUWEILER BEER & ALE BOTTLE OPENER.

Steel cap lifter & can piercer. 4 l. Neuweiler Beer & Ale on top. Louis F. Neuweiler's Sons Allentown, Penna. & Ekco - CHGO on bottom. Bull No. I-16-15. Untarnished &Fine. NOTE: Shipping for this item via 1st Class Mail is $3.00. Your shipping charge will appear as $4.00 in the Shopping Cart, but will be lowered before your credit card is charged. 
Price: 2.75 USD
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7 Frontier Asthma Co. Buffalo, N.Y. 1938 FRONTIER ASTHMA CO. BOTTLE.
1938 
Amber. 8 Oz. Machine-made. Cork top. 5 1/2 h. x 2 1/4 d. Embossed Frontier Asthma Co. Buffalo, N.Y. on the side along with embossed graduations of 1/4, 1/2 & 3/4. Bottom embossed Bottle Made in U.S.A. around 14 {Diamond IO Mark} 8 The 14 indicates the bottle was made at Owens-Illinois's Bridgeton, NJ plant and the 8indicates it was made in 1938. Some scattered areas of very light cloudinessnoticeable when held to a light o/w Fine. 
Price: 8.00 USD
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8 Gillette Safety Razor Company. 1934 & 1944 GILLETTE BLUE BLADES.
1934 & 1944. 
1934 BLADE: Double edge blade in unopened wrapper. Latest patent: 1930 reissue. Blade date coded E 4 (1934). Small scrape on face of wrapper & edge wear. 2 BOXES OF 1944 GILLETTE BLUE BLADES: 5 double blades in wrappers in one box, 3 in wrappers in the other. Latest patent 1936. Blades date coded O (1944). Both boxes have been opened & one has the back partially removed. See scan for details of condition. NOTE: Shipping for this item via 1st Class Mail is $3.00. Your shipping charge will appear as $4.00 in the Shopping Cart, but will be lowered before your credit card is charged. 
Price: 5.00 USD
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9 H. Fishlove & Co. Chicago, IL. 1940 GAG NOVELTY: Fifth Columnist.
1940 
Folder card with cover showing a mask, bearded man thru a diecut & reading Reward For The Apprehension And Arrest Of This Man. Beware...He Is At Large! Unmask This Man See Description Inside. Opens to read Unmasked! & He's A Fifth Columnist! and show a pig, snake, rat & skunk. Copyrighted 1940 H. Fishlove& Co. 3 1/4 x 5. Designed by George Howard Wallace then of Pittsburgh, PAand sold to Fishlove. Includes a photocopy of a page from the 9/14/40 issue of The Billboard magazine advertising & reporting on the novelty. Some glue spots in the interior & slight soiling to the covers. NOTE: Shipping for this item via 1st Class Mail is $1.50. Your shipping charge will appear as $4.00 in the Shopping Cart, but will be lowered before your credit card is charged. 
Price: 4.00 USD
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10 H. Fishlove & Co. Chicago, IL. 1940 GAG NOVELTY: THE POTT BROTHERS.
1940 
1940 GAG NOVELTY: THE POTT BROTHERS. Album of American Favorites TOM & PAUL - The POTT BROTHERS Known to Every Household on the box lid. Box contains pictures of the brothers' busts in picture frames, but T. Pott face is a 1 metal Teapot. P. Pott's face is a 7/8 ceramic Chamber Pot stenciled Ladies & impressed Japan. Box is 4 x 3 x 1 1/8 h. Side of lid printedNo 737 Pott Brothers Copyrighted 1940 H. FIshlove & Co.. 4x 3x 11/8. Designed by George Howard Wallace then of Pittsburgh, PA and sold to Fishlove. There appears to be something missing around the hole in P. Pott's face which would hold the chamber pot more tightly. A few, small, minor scuffs,bottom of box has some soiling o/w Fine. 
Price: 12.00 USD
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11 H. Fishlove & Co. Chicago, IL. 1942 GAG NOVELTY: Fresh Dates.
1942 
Box lid labeled Fresh Dates with pictures of dates. Opens to a picture of woman slapping man & another of her and walking back back to a city, a small 1943 calendar, a little Date Book, & a pencil. #766 `Fresh Dates' Copyrighted 1942 H. Fishlove & Co.. 53/4 x 3 3/4 x 1 h. Plus original cover letter of 3/19/1943 signed by J. Fishlove, President, which accompanied payment to the inventor, George Howard, then of Pittsburgh, PA, and a sample of the novelty. Some light scuffing on the bottom of the box, the letter is thrice folded & has quite a few calculations in pencil on the back, which may have been related to income & expenses o/w Very Good, i.e. signs of careful use with no significant defects. 
Price: 18.00 USD
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12 H. Fishlove & Co. Chicago, IL. 1947 GAG NOVELTY: Child Training Easily Applied.
1947 
Real book format with cover label reading: Child Training Easily Applied Raise YourChildren Properly/ Prof. S. P. Ank/ former child psychologist. The label is pasted over the cover of a real book (The Open Door Language Series, Second Book by Scott Congdon & Peet Frazee published by Houghton Mifflin). Book opens to reveal the center of the book's pages cut out to create a cavity holding a wooden paddle picturing a child being spanked. DIRECTIONS GraspHandle Firmly and apply vigorously when needed are printed in the bottom ofthe cavity. A blank label covers text on the back cover of the original book. 5 1/2 x 7 1/2 h. x 5/8. Unmarked, but also included is the original cover letter (12/19/1947) to the inventor, George Howard Wallace then of Pittsburgh, PA, from H. Fishlove & Co., which accompanied payment for the idea and a sample of the novelty. The letter refers to this novelty as #204. Some very light foxing on the cover label o/w Fine. The letter is thrice folded with wrinkles & age toning. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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13 H. Fishlove & Co. Chicago, IL. 1947 GAG NOVELTY: Rear View Mirror - Easy to See Behind.
1947 
Box lid pictures a woman driving car. Opens to a wooden commode seat & cover mounted on a drawing of a bathroom. Commode cover opens to expose a mirror.#785 `Rear View' Copyrighted 1947 H. Fishlove & Co. 3 1/4 x 5 1/2 x 1/2h. Plus original cover letter of 8/27/1947 signed by J. Fishlove, President, which accompanied payment to the inventor, George Howard, then of Pittsburgh, PA. Some very light foxing on the bottom of the box along with the 785 & 162 written in ink & letter is thrice folded o/w Very Good, i.e. signs of careful use with no significant defects. 
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14 H. Fishlove & Co. Chicago, IL. Circa 1940 GAG NOVELTY: Royal Flush.
C. 1940. 
Envelop reading Fun In Bathroom / Amuse Your Guests With `Royal Flush' / Attach ToToilet Chain Or Handle. Envelop (4x 4) contains a cardboard diecut of a Royal Flush in playing cards labeled Pull For A Royal Flush with a string for attachment to toilet handle or chain. Also a paste-on decal showing a dog, a tree, & When You Gotta Go - You Gotta Go. No copyright and markedonly No. 739 Royal Flush, but is a C. 1940 product of H. Fishlove, Chicago. Designed by George Howard Wallace then of Pittsburgh, PA and sold to Fishlove. Envelop has partially torn flap o/w Good, i.e. signs of age & someuse. Contents are Fine. NOTE: Shipping for this item via 1st Class Mail is $2.00. Your shipping charge will appear as $1.50 in the Shopping Cart, but will be lowered before your credit card is charged. 
Price: 12.00 USD
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15 Handy Walden. COLUMBIA BEER BOTTLE OPENER.

Cap lifter & can piercer. Columbia Preferred Beer on top. APP. Mod. Handy Walden U.S.A. 60 on bottom. 3 3/8 l. Bull No. 1-11-34. This brewery operated in Shenandoah, PA until 1968. The can piercer blade has some scratches and light spots of tarnish o/w Fine. NOTE: Shipping for this item via 1st Class Mail is $3.00. Your shipping charge will appear as $4.00 in the Shopping Cart, but will be lowered before your credit card is charged. 
Price: 3.00 USD
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16 Handy Walden. IRON CITY BEER BEAT `EM, BUCS! BOTTLE OPENER.
1960s. 
Cap lifter & can piercer. Iron City Beer (in oval) It's Real Beer on top. Beat 'em, Bucs!& Handy Walden Inc. N.Y.C. 64 on bottom. 3 3/8 l. x 5/8 w. Handy Walden Catalog No. 22H. 1960s. Bull No. I-11-83. Minor tarnish spots o/w Fine. NOTE: Shipping for this item via 1st Class Mail is $3.00. Your shipping charge willappear as $4.00 in the Shopping Cart, but will be lowered before your credit card is charged. 
Price: 5.00 USD
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17 Handy Walden. SCHLITZ BEER PRE-TAMPA BOTTLE OPENER.

Steel cap lifter & can piercer. Schlitz in a rectangle & The Beer That Made Milwaukee Famous on top. Bottom has Schlitz in a rectangle & Jos. Schlitz Brg. Co. Milwaukee,Wis., U.S.A. Breweries at Milwaukee, Wis., Brooklyn N.Y., Los Angeles, Calif. and Kansas City MO. Tampa, FL not listed. Bull No. I-11-136. 3 1/4 l. x 5/8/ w. Unmarked Handy Walden. Some tarnish under the lip of the can piercer o/w Fine. NOTE: Shipping for this item via 1st Class Mail is $3.00. Your shipping charge will appear as $4.00 in the Shopping Cart, but will be lowered before your credit card is charged. 
Price: 4.00 USD
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18 Knox Glass Co. (?). MILK BOTTLE: IRWINS DAIRY, INC. CAMP HILL, PA.

Quart. Square. Red pyro on crystal. Front: Irwins dairy, inc. Camp Hill, PA RE 7-0509. Back: Try Our Delicious Ice Cream in a zig zag frame. Side: Leave Me a Note (Milkman's Face) For Delicious Eggs Creram Butter Chocolate MilkButtermilk RE 7-0509. Other Side: Stop (in a stop sign) Think Before You Act - Don't Take Chances With Carelessness RE 7-0509. One Quart, Liquid, Reg., & Sealed (faint Keystone logo?) NU embossed around heel. A keystone would indicate manufacture by Knox Glass Co. of Knox, PA. Bottom embossed25/61. Pyro in excellent condition. A few very light scattered scratches & scuffs. NOTE: Price includes the shipping cost over & above that added automatically in the shopping basket for the furthest postal zone from 17110. If you are a buyer in a closer zone, inquire about saving on shipping. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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19 Novol Chemical Mfg. Co., Brooklyn NY. / William Dixon, Inc., Newark, NJ. VINTAGE DENTAL PORCELAIN ANESTHESIA DISSOLVING CUP, HOLDER & ALCOHOL BURNER.
C. 1930s. 
Inverted nipple-shaped porcelain cup (2 1/2 d. x 1 3/4 h.) The inside of the flared rim is transfer printed Novol TABLETS -- 1/2 oz. The well is printed, starting with the lowest graduation, 3, 4, 5, 1/4 oz & 10 in blue. Includes the brass wire cup holder. Made by the Novol Chemical Mfg. Co., Brooklyn NY. Chips around the rim of the cup. Holder shows some tarnish. The Dixon alcohol burner consists of a glass reservoir stamped Dixon No 1 Made in USA and a nickelplated brass burner, which threads into the reservoir collar. A wick snuff cap is held by a chain. A wick showing use extends into wick shaft. Measures 3 1/4 h. & 2 1/2 across the bottom of the reservoir. Made by William Dixon, Inc., Newark, NJ. Very minimal signs of use with no significant defects. 
Price: 14.00 USD
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20 Owens-Illinois MILK BOTTLE: P.M. BUPP, YORK PA.
1933 
Quart. Round. Crystal. Front embossed P.M. Bupp, York PA. Back embossed with B on neck & Registered One Quart Liquid. Pat. Nov. 22, 27 1650440 & BB 48 (indicating manufacture in Owens-Illinois's Berney-Bond Glass Co. plant). embossed around base. Bottom embossed with B & the Owens-Illinois diamond OI logo (with theClarion, PA factory number on the left, the 1933 date number on the right, & 289 under the logo). Some scattered light scratches & scuffs. NOTE: Price includes the shipping cost over & above that added automatically in the shopping basket for the furthest postal zone from 17110. If you are a buyerin a closer zone, inquire about saving on shipping. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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