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.

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Antique Wood Bowling Ball & Three Pins

 

This bowling set dates back to the 1800's.  The ball measures approximately 7" across (25" circumference) and weighs 11 pounds and 5 ounces. The pins are each about 9.5" tall and weigh around 1 pound 4 ounces. If you are a fan of the program "Storage Wars" you probably remember this set...Brandy & Jarrod found it in a locker a few seasons back and we bought it from their shop in Southern California.
 

Price: $350 (Wildwood, Lakeland FL)

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Vintage Buster Brown Shoe Store Display

 

How many of you remember Buster Brown Shoes?  Well if this piece doesn't jar your memory, nothing will!  Buster is a vintage shoe store advertising display that measures 21" tall and 24" across the top of his hat. He is made of fiberglass and was originally intended to sit on the top of a helium tank to inflate balloons. Buster is in very good condition with some light wear and a couple of scratches on the top of his head but no cracks, chips or other problems. You won't find a better conversation starter than this fellow at any price!

 

Price: $500 (Indian River, Melbourne FL)

 

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Vintage Denoyer Geppert Human Torso Model

 

This human torso medical model was manufactured by Denoyer Geppert for use in a classroom. He stands over three feet tall and originally came with removable organs. Sadly, this poor fellow has lost his internal organs but retains his brain, which may be a curse as he can still ponder his unfortunate predicament. Even with his obvious shortcomings he could have several uses...you could turn him into a large nightlight for your child's room...or maybe not.

 

Price: $225 (Tobacco Barn, Asheville NC)

 

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