Neat little 7/8" diecast metal "Old Timer" cars in nicely illustrated box. Box is 4" long with good graphics. They roll too. Box and individual cars are all marked "Japan". These were in a sealed case and are in extremely good condition. Box says they are the "Smallest Old Timers Ever Made". Unsold old stock recently rescued from a store near New York city. Circa 1960.
These are really nice. Carded keychains. The keychains have six good quality plastic pictures attached with Rolling Stones concert tour pictures on them. They are licensed items and are dated 1983 and marked Musidor B. V. Cards are 6 1/2" tall and beautifully illustrated.
Vintage 5" tall hand painted rubber spider with tin clamps you bent around your finger to make a ring. The plastic on the bag makes it hard to see in the picture, but the graphics on the header card are great. Shows a guy screaming. Circa 1960. These are unsold Halloween stock from our favorite toy store in Kentucky .
Vintage 1980 John Lennon memorial pinbacks. These are first quality pinbacks that were distributed by the Ludlow Sales company in New York city right after John Lennon's death. They sold like hot cakes and were distributed all over New York city for a brief time in 1980 and early 1981. These are from an original case that was never opened and are in great condition (some will show rust on the reverse, but the fronts are all perfect). About 2" square and marked "John Lennon" "1940-1980".
Large cardboard 11" tall skull and crossbones. Has a hole at the top to tack on a wall. They are marked "American Merri-Lei Corp" on the lower left bone. Merri-Lei was in Brooklyn and went out of business around 1960. These are likely from around then.
These are in perfect condition. Circa 1960 hand painted Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs figures. For perspective, the Snow White figure is about 3" tall. These Snow White sets still in the original packages are very scarce. They broke easily because of the brittle hard plastic, but these are mint. Very detailed. Many are carrying moveable objects like lanterns and shovels. These came from a really nice large find at Keystone Novelty in Pennsylvania.