Purchased this gem at an auction in Missouri a few years ago. The story that the family told us was very interesting. At a German POW, Camp American POWs observed a German woman carrying her son everywhere because he was disabled. So the Americans worked together and built this wheelchair for her to use for her son. In time the handle has been lost. This one of a kind is priced for $50.00.
You won't find too many of these today. Sometimes referred to as a Beetle because it clicked when winding the yarn. Made of Oakwood in the 1800s. Most were handmade. This one is 45" tall and 27" wide. You can own this awesome piece for only $145.00.
Vintage Service Station Mobil Pegasus Tire Metal Stand. This stand-up display is the most sought-after in very good condition. This vendor specializes in 1950's petroleum display pieces and car items. This stand measures 39" tall by 36" wide. Be the only one on your block to own this beauty. On the other hand, this item is $625.00.