HEMMINGS MOTOR NEWS LOT 1985, 1986: Oct, Nov, Dec 1985, Nov 1986
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All complete and in Excellent Condition unless noted
1985 October (pages missing-incomplete)
1985 November, December
$40 for the Lot
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Antique wooden sewing table available. Has been in the family since the 1950s. Asking for $200 willing to negotiate. Please call 774-955-9486 or email [email removed]
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Town and Country Press Favorite Estate Vintage #Modern Essentials
Redefinding Timeless Glamour. Excellent Bridal Statement Piece
Semi-Precious howlite Navy with light pink resin with antique brass
Published 1868 by B.B. Russel, Boston. Cover of spine has small piece torn at the base. That is inside the book. Otherwise, fair to good condition. Leather cover. Gilt lettering. Slight watermarks above tissue-covered frontpiece. Illustrated. Maps included. This belonged to & is signed by my great-great uncle, John F. Ridley who was a Yankee & escapee of Libby Prison. Resided in MA.
528 page. Large book, by George Weiss. A review of redevelopment of American Merchant Marine, with brief bios of men & companies representative of the shipping world, by J. W. Leonard. The NY Marine News Co., 1920, with photos. Good condition.
By W.W. How & H.D. Leigh: Longman's, Green & Co., London, NY, Bombay. This was printed by Ballantyne, Hanson & Co., Edinburgh & London. Illustrated. Also lithographs of maps, plans. Good condition.
This is signed by, "Emily Treadwell Clark Adams, 1898", of Salem MA.
By Thomas Babington Macaulay, edited by Wm. J & John C. Rolfe with notes by editors. Engravings. Published by Harper & Bros., Franklin Square, NY. This belonged to my 2nd cousin, Bert P. Doe, editor "Exeter NH Newsletter". He signed, page 99, "Bert P. Doe, Oct. 27, 1896". The pencil notes are his, as he memorized in order to recite in public. Cover has water damage, but book is intact ...
Published by John P. Jewett & Co., Cleveland Ohio. Stereotyped by Hobart & Robbins N.E. Type & Stereotype Foundry, Boston. By, Maria S. Cummins. 2nd best-selling domestic novel of the 1850's, about an orphan girl. Outer binder base half torn away. Otherwise, natural wear.
American Buffalo Nickel Indian Bracelet has 7 coins in Front and has 7 inside Bracelet. Dates in Front of Bracelet are 1934-P, 1935-P, 1936-P and 1937-P. and the inside dates are 1937-P, 1936-P and 1935-P. The coins are very nice and dates are very clear. The Front of the Bracelet starts with the Buffalo then the Indian head and has Hematite Black Beads between the coins and a Hoop lock. ...
---- over the head black and clear crystal faceted beads, sparkly and irridescent seed bead spacers, 36"long - $8 ea, $15 for two....or set of 9 for amazing neck piece $60
---over the head amethyst with faceted purple crystals and seed beads plus antique glass faceted bead spacers. Approximately 36", $12 each or as a group of four for beautiful spectacular neck piece $45