Doug Graham, Auctioneer # AU005976
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Category: ANTIQUES (4 records) AYP Today Warehouse Sale 14 - Closed - The bidding starts on 3/18/2020 @ 6:00pm EST and begins to end on 3/25/2020 @ 7:00pm

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A black wooden possible Pencil Box. The top has a lovely scene that shows three people in the boat while other three people wave onshore. It measures 8 inches long. The second is a black metal Document Box that was made for The Union Trust Company of Pittsburgh. "For safekeeping return to the Union Trust Company of Pittsburgh". The red dog is holding a sign that reads, "Keep your own key and counsel."
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Two antique Pairs of Wire Rim Glasses and one Glasses Case that is monogrammed LCS. The second pair looks like a pair of early safety glasses with side vents that have holes in them.
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Seven Movie Card that were given as tokens by when you weighed yourself at a S.S. Kresge and Co. store. Your fortune was also printed on the back. The cards including Herbert Marshall Paramount Pictures, Russ Columbo Universal Pictures, Renee McCready Radio Pictures Player, James Craig Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Joseph Wagstaff Fox Movietone Productions, Bette Davis Warner Bros. First National Pictures and George Bancroft Paramount Player. These came in an original set that contained 200 cards. The were printed by Peerless W.M. Co. in N.Y. USA in the Thirties.
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The Life of Tom Mix booklet that was given to Ralston Straight Shooters and a Tom Mix Ralston Straight Shooter Member Card and four smaller of Tom Mix Booklets including Downs the Sidewinder, Tom Mix Deals Death to the Scorpion, Tom Mix Shoots It Out, and Tom Mix Wins His Way. These are a series of adventure stories about Tom Mix and Tony his horse at the Diamond Ranch. They were published by national circle company in Cambridge Massachusetts in 1934. Thomas Edwin Mix (1880-1940) was an American film actor and the star of many early Western movies between 1909 and 1935. Mix appeared in 291 films, all but nine of which were silent movies. He died in an automobile accident.
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