Vendor # 5 thrives on finding the unusual. Packaged in an authentic Kodak box container are 8 X 10 negatives and photos of "The Last Supper", John F Kennedy Bust Statue, and a Manley Popcorn commercial machine all taken by the same photographer.
Photos were taken some time in 1963.
Compete for $750.00
Photos and Negatives with Kodak box
Photo's of the wood sculpture "The Last Supper" by Domenic Zappia which is now on permanent display at the Country Club Christian Church in Kansas City, Missouri. Each of the 13 full-dimensional figures weighs about 200 pounds. They were carved out of 500-pound blocks of laminated basswood custom fabricated by an Arkansas mill. Finished in 1962, the sculpture took four years to complete.
This unique find was used around the early 1900s for showing photographs. Produced by the World Manufacturing Company in New York. For projecting on-screen reflections of opaque objects and enlarging them to four and six feet.
Also seen in several old movies portraying the 1900s. This magic lantern comes with the original dovetailed box.
Booth # 17 for $240.00
Here you will find one of the best of all Cadillacs in Baby Carriages
Even the cushion is original and in excellent condition.
On those cold days, you are able to cover your baby with protection
Easily disassembles for cleaning.
The handle does show wear. Considering this Marmet Royal Baby Pram Carriage is almost 60 years old you will find it in very good condition.
Another awesome find at
Bates City Antiques
Not very many can be found on the internet and not in this good of condition.
This very small child's desk has 3 blackboards that are attached with a hinge. Back in the earlier days paper was more scarce and slates were used in classrooms.
This desk goes back to the late 1800s. Vendor # 67
This beautiful piece was displayed in my kitchen for over 30 years. A rare Harlequin Blue Periwinkle Syrup Pitcher in very good condition. Vendor # 5 $ 425.00