Beautiful heavy, metal 7 up cooler. This item is in great shape - the inside is as if it were almost new with some rust on bottom, but is still structurally sound. On the front and reverse it has the 7up logo in red. This aweseome item measures 18’ wide x 17’ tall and 13’ deep. Circa 1950s or prior. . It is at Third Street Market, 520 S 3rd Street, Greenville, Illinois 62246. Phone number: 618-664-0083. Call for hours but you can bank on Third Street Market open daily. Booth #94
Splendidly re-done blacksmith’s trunk. Circa 1900 trunk that was owned by a blacksmith in East St. Louis, Illinois. It is a wonderful two-tone trunk measuring 37-1/2 x 20 x 24. On rollers with new hardware. This is very heavy, solid trunk. It is at Third Street Market, 520 S 3rd Street, Greenville, Illinois 62246. Phone number: 618-664-0083. Open daily; call first for hours. It is in Booth#94
Asian Water Paint Set
Beautiful Japanese waterpoint set. In a very nice Asian box with heavy glass lid. This set measures approximately 9 x 7 inches and contains 12 paint ingots each approximately 2-1/2 x 1 x 1/4 inches. One side of each ingot is emblazoned with the sign of one of the 12 zodiacs and the other Asian lettering.
This is a set of 12 pigments called Ganryo from Japan. Ganryo is Japanese for pigments technically the colors used in Asian paintings and many crafts. Ganryo are opaque and durable and relatively resistant to fading. The age of this set is from the 1960’s and it has never been used.
This item can be viewed at one of our antique mall locations. Please contact us for details.
This gem will be available for viewing in case #94 at Warson Woods Antique Mall in St. Louis beginning in April!
Beautiful heavy, metal Griesedieck Brothers Beer cooler. This item is in great shape - the inside is as if it were almost new and has the glavanized tray insert and stopper cap on front. On the front and reverse it reads ‘Griesedieck Bros / Good GB Beer’. This aweseome item measures approximately 18’ wide x 17’ tall and 13’ deep. Circa 1950s or prior.
Well done gold leaf cedar hope chest. This piece measures approx. 45” x 20-1/2” x 19-1/2”. Circa 1920s hope chest with original product sheet intact as sold in glassine envelope on inside lid. In superior shape. This item can be viewed at Mineral Springs Antique Mall, 300 E. Broadway, Alton, Illinois beginning the weekend of March 9.
Cabinet card of a flooded city or community in or near Chicago, IL. With Aurora, IL photographer imprint mount recto, verso. In period hand verso ‘L.A. Rice. / The Stolf Island / times of a flood in 1858’
Three Newsboys Theatricals
Three Newsboys: Nat Goodwin, Ada Rehan , Adelina Patti. Rehan was born April 22, 1857 in Limerick, Ireland and died in Jan. 8, 1916, New York, N.Y. Rehan’s original name Ada Crehan. American actress of the late 19th century, one of the finest of her day, whose great popularity grew from performances of Shakespeare and adaptations of European comedies. Ada Crehan grew up in Brooklyn, New York, where her family settled shortly after the Civil War. Her parents moved to the United States when she was five years old. She made her first stage appearance in Newark, N.J. in 1874 in a small part in Across the Continent. Rehan followed her older sisters onto the stage. Adelina Patti, (1843-1919), was a world famous opera singer who was born in Madrid, Spain. Patti began as a child performer at age eight and she spent her life touring all over the world as a concert star. Her 1861 Covent Garden debut, as Amina in Bellini’s ‘La Sonnambula,’ established her as a prima donna. She was renowned for her unerring self-confidence, fine ear and intonation, and effortless flexibility.
Alaska Yukon Pacific Exposition Photograph
Alaska Yukon Pacific Exposition Photograph, ca. 1915: 5 ½ x 3 ¼ mounted on card bearing the following inscription on the reverse: “Ma – Julie Comstock and Sam at the Electric fountain. Manufacturers building at the right. Metalurgy [sic] building at the extreme left. Tom”
Obviously Tom sent this photograph home to his mother.