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We are Country Creations Antiques, a division of AGZ Enterprises, Inc., and have been in the antique business since 1976. We specialize in antique quilts, quilt tops, blocks and original vintage fabrics from the 1860's to the 1980's. Plus sewing collectibles, such as, old children's sewing machines, buttons, needle cases and much more. We have a large selection of children's and juvenile series books from the mid 1800's to the 1970's. These are first editions for the serious collector and also later editions and printings for the casual collector who is looking for memories and not first editions. We also have a general mix from advertising collectibles to small furniture.

 In an attempt to help our customers and make our pages easier to search, we have instituted the addition of a 2 or 3 letter code at the end of some of the Item Description lines. These include the letters QLT if you are searching for antique quilts, QTP for antique quilt tops, QB for quilt blocks, QM for back issues of quilting magazines, FSK for vintage feedsack material, PTB for patterns and pattern books, QK for quilting books and MZ for magazines other than quilting magzines and CK for cookbooks. All vintage fabric can be found using the words vintage fabric and if you want it broken down by age, use vintage fabric 1880 or vintage fabric 1930. Use the "SEARCH STORE" feature and enter the code or item name or number. Books are searchable by the title or the character name, IE: Raggedy Ann or Nancy Drew or if you want to see all of the books available, use the word "book" when you search. All items on sale at reduced prices can be found using the words: SALE ITEM. Thanks and Good Antiquing. Country Creations Antiques,  Jackson, WI 53037.

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This is a 1944 copy of Hand Knitted Socks by Beehive yarn company.  It is a sixth edition from Patons & Baldwins, Inc. of New York.  There are 34...

$5.00

This is a 1955 copy of this knitting magazine from Jack Frost yarn.   It has 14 pages with no tears or markings.   There are&nbsp...

$5.00

This is a 1967 copy of this knitting and crochet magazine from Fashions in Wool.  It has 23 pages with no tears or markings.   Th...

$5.00

This is a 1948 copy of Classic Sweaters magazine from Coats and Clarks, The Cotton Spool Co.  It has 15 pages with no tears or markings.&nb...

$10.00

This is a 1945 copy of Edgings magazine from Coats and Clarks, The Cotton Spool Co.  It has 23 pages with no tears or markings.  The covers are ...

$10.00

This is a 1944 copy of Doilies magazine from Coats and Clarks, The Cotton Spool Co.  It has 23 pages with all intact and no tears or damages.  T...

$10.00

This is a 1942 copy of Quilt magazine from Coats and Clarks, The Cotton Spool Co.  It has 23 pages with all intact and no tears or damages.  There is...

$10.00

This is a 1945 copy of Quilt magazine from Coats and Clarks, The Cotton Spool Co.  It has 23 pages with all intact and no tears or damages.  There is...

$10.00

This is a 1983 reprint of this 1910 cookbook by General Mills when Gold Medal flour was produced by Washburn Crosby Company.   It has 74 pages and in...

$10.00

A solid brass bung for liquor or beer barrels.  Made by Krsauss and stamped with the number 8.  It is 5" tall and 2" wide and 1.5" in ...

$30.00

A multi tool military pocket knife made by Camillus.  Camillus made this style of knife from 1870 to 2007.  It was manufactured for several different...

$20.00

A very cute mini ceramic sheep or lamb figure.  It is only 1.25 inches wide, 0.65 tall and 0.50 deep.  A great little animal figure or it m...

$12.50

A very cute mini doll that is marked Germany on the back.  It is only 1.125 inches tall and 0.50 inches wide.  A great little doll or it may have bee...

$12.50

A very nice older sub-minature camera of the hit type made in Japan around the 1940-50 period.  The shutter still works on both the instant and bulb setti...

$35.00

An early bakelite sewing kit in a tall red and white column.  It has the thimble on the top and the thread and needle holder that is inside the colunm.&nb...

$35.00

A metal beer bottle opener in excellent condition from the Theo. Hamm Brg, Co. of St. Paul, Minn.  

$5.00

A copper letter opener from Voelkel and Luser, Inc. Jewelers, 2705 Vliet Street, Milwaukee, Wis.  It is in excellent condition with no marks or scrat...

$7.50

A bright polished gold metal tin that was probably used as a pill  container or possibly a snuff container. It is in excellent condition with no marks or ...

$7.50

A brushed metal pocket ashtray for the discriminating smoker.  This pocket ashtray is about the same size as a cigarette or cigar lighter and allowed gthe...

$7.50

Two early pocket rulers that are 6" long with adbertising on each.  One is a wooden ruler from the Milwaukee Gas Light Company and is advertised as &...

$5.00