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This fabulous piggy was made to promote the Kerns Meat Food company. He probably spent time displayed in a butcher shop or market advertising the Kerns line of products. He stands 21" tall and is made of a composition/paper mache type material. He has suffered some abuse over the years and shows the scars including dings, chips, wear and extensive material loss to the base. Even with the damage (we politely call it character) he is a special, one of a kind piece.
Baskin-Robbins was formed in 1945 when Burt Baskin and Irv Robbins merged their ice cream parlors. The 31 Flavors concept began in 1953 and since then, Baskin-Robbins has become the world's largest chain of ice cream shops. This clock once hung in one of their parlors and is still in good working condition. It is battery operated, measures 14" across and is dated 1965 on the bottom of the clock face. Here's your chance to bring back some childhood memories by hanging this one in your kitchen.
This fabulous antique advertising poster or broadside announces a vaudeville style performance of Babes In The Woods performed by Professor O.P. Teele's Automatic Theatre and Royal Marionettes.
This advertisement declares the show will feature Walking and Talking Automatic Figures upon a real stage. Juggler, Acrobats, Clown, Balancer, American Sailor, Comedian. The performance will include Marvelous feats of Ventriloquism - Vocal, Instrumental and Mechanical Music.
This poster is printed on thin paper and measures approximately 12" x 22". The poster is undated but the performance probably took place between the 1890's and 1910's. The poster was printed by the Wyalusing Rocket Newspaper of Wyalusing, Pennsylvania.