A place where you can hock those unwanted collectibles.
Consigning for online auctions.
Honest and straightforward.
Top-notch photographic images.
What you see is what you get.
Over the course of the next few months I shall be liquidating my 60 year long time collection. Check back periodically. Starting next week detailed photographs will be posted. Everything will consist of box lots. No Tire Kickers or Pickers. Here's a short synopsis. A few thousand records consisting of only rock and roll from the 60s 70s and 80s. Heavy on the Hendrix, Beatles, Rolling Stones, Jefferson Airplane, King Crimson and any other bands that really had a foothold during that period. A few hundred old embossed bottles. Vintage photographs, Large glass negatives, Magic Lantern slides. Vintage rock and roll magazines consisting of Hullabaloo, Circus, and all the other pulp ones that showed up every week. A few hundred pieces of The Dukes of Hazzard Collectibles from 1981. Oil paintings and prints. New Jersey Bergen & Passaic County history books. Bell System Collectibles consisting toys, awards, and everything they ever gave to the employees. A big stamp collection consisting of stamps prior to 1964 and first day covers in nice mounted volumes. A big pile of Topps baseball cards prior to 1966 including a lot of extras like Beatles, Monkeys, Munsters, Mars Attacks. Miscellaneous tin toys and early diecast. Soda and beer wall hangings. Stereo components consisting of Sansui 8080DB, MacIntosh, and Marantz. Huge lot of New Jersey Transit Trains and Toys. A Dozen Lionel giraffe zoo train cars.
Will barter for food and drink at your establishment.
Rare Museum quality Thomas H, Handy Saceraz Cocktail whiskey bottle.
Prepared and Bottled by Thomas H, Handy & Co. Sole proprietors. New Orleans, Louisiana.
Would make a nice corporate gift for the new museum.
Nice display for your friends bar or restaurant.
Having seen the bottles on display this may be one of only a few still existing.
Entertaining high end offers only.
We will not respond to tire kickers.
First bombardment Fort Sumter.
Friday, April 12th. 1861
Charleston photographers James M. Osborn and F.E. Durbec visited and photographed the aftermath of the first bombardment of Fort Sumter on Wednesday, April 17th., meaning that they were among the first photographers to document the Civil War.