Offering a lovely vintage 1950s wooden Shillelaghs pear crate. Yakima Fruit & Cold Storage Co. Holds 4/5 bushel. Measures 19.5 x 12.25 x 9 . Label does show some damage. Overall both the crate and label are in great shape considering age. Cross posted.
Offering a vintage 1950s United mountain grown Colorado peaches crate from Palisade,Colorado. Wood construction, slat style. Label reads UNITED Mountain Grown Colorado Peaches. Measures 17 1/2" x 12" x 5 . Excellent vintage condition. Cross posted.
Offering a vintage Phenix American Club Cheese wood box. The Phenix Cheese Corporation began operations in 1900. Kraft purchased the Phenix Cheese Corporation In 1928. Thus, this box dates between 1900 and 1928. Corners are dovetailed and tight. Inking is beginning to fade, but understandable based on age. Measures 12 x 4.25 x 3.5 . Great vintage condition. Cross posted.
Offering a vintage wooden crate used by the Atlas Powder Co. to ship explosives from its Wilmington, Delaware plant. This particular box contained dynamite at one time. The corners are dovetailed for extra strength and all four corners remain tight. The graphics are mostly clear and readable on all four sides. This crate would make a unique shadow box or wall shelf for displaying books or colle...
Very sturdy wood crate with dove-tail joinery. Color graphics on three sides. Condition appropriate to age. Measures 23 1/4" x 15 1/2" x 11.5". Searchlight Diamond Matches, manufactured by the Diamond Match Company, USA. Cross posted.
Offering a vintage steel milk crate dated 1976 and is marked "Home Town Dairy 1976". The crate has some minor rust on the bottom, but over all is still in excellent condition. The crate measures 12.75" square and is 11" tall. These metal crates are great to use for storage and adds an Industrial look to your decor. Cross posted.
Large vintage cast iron ice tongs. In perfect working condition. Used to move blocks of ice before refrigeration. Measures 14.5 in length and 9.5 wide. A perfect addition to any rustic decor or antique tool collection. Cross posted.
The original Tickle Me Elmo doll from 1997 still in the original box from the FAO Schwarz store! A collector's item. They came with batteries that are still in the box (separate from the doll), not usable of course, ha. I'm not kidding, but back in 1997 this doll was a "must have toy" and some parents paid over $5,000 to get one. I bought it the day after Christmas, oops, and have had it since....
Never been removed from original box. She has lemon hair and her name is Erica Oleda. Photos and contact info on Advertigo website.