This Original Wagner Ware 1891 Cast Iron 5 QT Dutch Oven in the original box has a glass lid. It was made in Sidney Ohio and never used.
This is a group of four Florida related tokens. One wooden nickel from the Daytona Beach Boardwalk. Bronze National Park 100 Anniversary with Florida Everglades featured ( 1972). 50 year anniversary Naples Pier light bronze or nickel (1973) and a Miami grocery store token for the food stamp program.
International brand Gold Plated Victorian pattern item # 4015048
This is a new in the box, never used, set of Gold Plated Stainless Steel Flatware in a Wooden Chest 42 pieces, service for 8.
8 Salad Forks
8 Dinner Forks
8 Dinner Knives
8 Dinner Spoons
1 Cold Meat Fork
This knife has been in the box since new. Occasionally handled but never carried or used. It was purchased as a Xmas present in 1978.Puma 910 Prince Folding Knife with green and yellow Puma box and certificate. Stag handle with stainless steel blade 3.75 inch (total length 8.5 inch). Puma website confirms age. See screen shot. Closed knife 5 inches, very nice quality feel.
These continue to increase in value. There is a small mark , like it was done on purpose above the A in Puma on the last picture. Has to be from factory also. This is a handmade knife.
This is for all 12 Issues of National Geographic’s year (1997), with 2 Leather Cases that are in Excellent Condition. No rips or tears, just a few spine dings as seen. (see pictures, some maps are included as well)
These magazines have so much information. Great reading material for the whole family.
This is an original badge, that was produced for protesters against the Viet Nam War. The Viet Nam War like all since World War Two was illegal and unconstitutional. Protestors at the time were upset with the draft and mainly wanted peace. Patriots failed to stand up to defend the Constitution, no one demanded that Congress declare War. Some equate this with a losing strategy. This pin was worn in the March on Washington from a Quaker College in Wilmington Ohio to the Ohio State House in Columbus, along back Country roads in peaceful protest. All as part of the over arching March on Washington DC to bring the soldiers home. Measures 1.75 inch in diameter.