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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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A nice red plastic iron that is a bank. It has a yellow handle and a metal bottom. It is a souvenir from the state capitol in Phoenix Arizona. The original lab...

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There is 1 1/3 yards of this 1930's fabric. It is 36 wide and 100% cotton. It is white with shaded lavender and green and teal flowers. It sells for $14.00 pe...

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This is a 1920's crib coverlet that is 40 x 46 in size. It is white with blue embroidered blocks that are 7 1/2 square and a blue border. Each block represen...

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There is 1 1/3 yards of this 1920's fabric. It is 34 wide and 100% cotton. It is a multicolored star patchwork print. It sells for $16.00 per 1/2 yard.

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This is a 1930's quilt done in a tulip pattern in pink, green and white. It has a cotton batting and a white backing. The hand quilted is very fine with 16 sti...

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This is a One World Needle Book advertising the world's best needles. It was made in Germany and there are pictures of the Eifel Tower, the Sphinx, the Statute...

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A Century of Progress cardboard needle case from the early 1900's. It is in excellent condition with no tears or markings. Still contains some of the original ...

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There is 4 yards of this 1950's fabric. It is 36 wide and 100% cotton. It is green, blue, pink, black and purple in a village pattern. It sells for $10.00 per...

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There is apx. 6 yards of this 1960's fabric. It is 42 wide and 100% cotton. It is in bright primary colors of red, green yellow and blue. It is flowers in squ...

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This is now a 1/2 yard piece of 1930's fabric. It is 36 wide and 100% cotton. It is an 11 pointed star in muliiple floral print patterns.

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This epsom salt was made for the Rexall stores by United Drug Company, Boston and St. Louis. The tin is in very good condition with a few very minor scratches....

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This is a cardboard container with a metal top and bottom. It is unopened and still contains the original cleansing powder. It was sold under the brand name of...

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This tin was from Cook's Breakfast Cocoa. It was made by the Cook Coffee Co. Directions are listed on one side and the other side lists recipes for cocoa icing ...

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A papier mache Easter bunny or rabbit candy container for the 40's or 50's. The pink accent areas have scratches in the paint along with wear to the top edge o...

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A nice small pocket tin for Edgeworth pipe tobacco. It was made by Larus & Bros. Co., Richmond, VA. U.S.A. It is in great condition with no scratches or den...

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