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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 1960'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 feed sack material and MZ for magazines other than quilting magazines 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.  Thanks and Good Antiquing. Country Creations Antiques / AGZ Enterprises Inc.  Jackson, WI 53037.

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A very nice little pocket tin from BiSoDol mints. It contained 12 mint tablets for upset stomach relief. It was made by Whitehall Laboratories, Inc., New York,...

$8.00

A Leica Photography magazine from August 1939. This is the 25th Leica Anniversary issue. This 26 page magazine is filled with photography data on Leica camer...

$15.00

A Leica Photography magazine from February 1939. This 26 page magazine is filled with photography data on Leica cameras, accessories, photograhy articles and ...

$15.00

A 1950 GE photo data book. This 128 page pocket book is filled with photography data on films, filters, exposure guides, color and light temperatures, light m...

$10.00

A 1933 small pocket notebook that was a souvenir notebook from the Chicago World's fair. It was produced by the Chicago & North Western Railway. It conta...

$10.00

The story of Little Red Riding Hood as told by the makers of Red Riding Hood shoes. Craddock - Terry Company of Lynchburg, Virginia were the manufactures of ...

$25.00

An old medical bottle of Formidine Dressing made by Parke, Davis & Co. of Detroit Michigan. It originally contained 200 grains of this non-toxic, odorless...

$17.50

An old medical bottle of Formidine Dressing made by Parke, Davis & Co. of Detroit Michigan. It originally contained 200 grains of this non-toxic, odorless...

$22.00

A Tin of Rexall Antiseptic Surgical Powder. It contains 1 oz of this surgical powder. The powder is made of Chlorthymol, Camphor, Phenol, Balsam Peru, Alum E...

$25.00

A early roll of Rexall Pro-Cap Adhesive Plaster in a metal roll tin. It contains the original 1 wide by 2.5 yards long roll of tape. It is in excellent cond...

$15.00

A cardboard container for Quick Brand self adhesive gauze bandage with the original bandage still inside. This contains a 1 wide by 15 yards long gauze banda...

$17.50

A great clean tarnish free tin from Star Type Cleaner made by Eberhard Faber of NY. It was product #1228 and the tin of cleaner sold for $.50. The tin is in ...

$22.50

A very nice early plastic egg laying chicken toy with 3 gold eggs. This plastic chicken was painted a bright gold and has 3 gold colored eggs with it. The pa...

$45.00

A tin telescoping drinking cup with a cover. This portable, collapsible or telescoping tin cup was made for traveling. It measures 1 in height by 2.5 in di...

$12.50

A great little child's SAD iron. It has the cast iron base and the removable handle and metal covering for the base. It has seen lots of use and play by the ...

$39.00

A metal tin that was used as a sewing container that also has a pin cushion on the top. The fabric is a tan velvet and has no wear but there is one very small...

$12.00

A Victorian era pin cushion made from the foot of a deer. It has a light green fabric covering held in place by a tan and light green fancy lace. It is in ex...

$75.00

A 1900 printing of Little Prudy written by Sophie May and published by Hurst & Company of New York. This is book #1 in the series of 6 books first publish...

$12.00

A 1900 printing of Little Prudy's Sister Susie written by Sophie May and published by Hurst & Company of New York. This is book #2 in the series of 6 book...

$12.00

A 1900 printing of Little Prudy's Captain Horace written by Sophie May and published by Hurst & Company of New York. This is book #3 in the series of 6 bo...

$12.00