Items For Sale
Here are a few of the unique items offered for sale by galaxie 13. Please use the contact button for more information on a particular item or to arrange a purchase. Shipping costs to be determined by size, weight and buyer location.
Val Evans Personal Magician Trunk W/Contents
Val Evans (1896-2001) was a magician who created many effects including "An Invitation To Lunch", a version of Rising Cards and the "Stop Trick." Evans was a World War I veteran as well as a sideshow barker in addition to his career as a touring magician. His career was cut short when he developed agorapobia, and refused to leave his home. He was a member of IBM 122 Boston and the last surviving charter member of SAM Assembly 9. He authored two books, "Patter, Gags and Bits of Business for Magicians" (1935) and Stacks and Stacks of Cards (1940). This trunk was one of his personal touring trunks and contains many small magic tricks and displays. Not being magicians, we are not sure if the contents are in working condition or complete, but it sure is an impressive collection. A few of the pieces are shown in the photographs to the left.
Ford Mustangs by AMF Wen Mac 1966 & 1967
This is a pair of Ford Mustang battery operated toy car manufactured by AMF Wen-Mac in the 1960's The orange one is a 1966 and the blue one is a 1967 Fastback GT 2+2. Each car measures 16" in length and runs on two "D" batteries. The motors run both in forward and reverse, through a switch on the bottom. The headlights and taillights light up when the cars are running.
Price: $100 Each or $175 Pair
1960s Hawaii Travel Bureau Advertising Poster
This poster was printed in the 1960's by the Hawaii Visitors Bureau and features a photograph of a beautiful island girl. The poster measures approximately 22"x28.5" The colors are bright and crisp, but there is a small tear at the bottom, tack holes on each corner and a small rip neat the upper left corner. (each of these flaws are on the white border and do not effect the image itself. There is also a couple of light creases, which do not show when the poster is framed.