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As Country Lady Antiques, aka, Barb, I have been in the antiques business for over 30 years. My husband Jim, aka the Country Gentleman, joined me in the business when he retired several years ago.

We deal in vintage advertising such as advertising tins, signs and related items. Look to my site for talc tins, spice tins, food containers, tobaccos, veterinary items, tooth powder tins, pinbacks, advertising mirrors, etc. I also deal in country and kitchen items such as pantry boxes, kitchen utentsils, small furniture and country accessories. And last, but not least, we also deal in ephemera such as tradecards, early cookbooks, pamphets, etc.

Icrafts). You can find us at various antique shows. Find us at Brimfield (J & J and Brimfield's Green Acres 3 times a year;, Madison-Bouckville, N.Y., Indianapolis Advertising Show, Baltimore Bottle Show, Kutztown, Pennsylvania Extravaganza as Antiques Market as well as other shows. These are just some of the shows we do. Email me for a schedule. Hope you enjoy my website and that you find something for your collection.

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Here's an old advertising box for Sanapak Baby Clothes. There's the image of a baby sitting on a bubble on the lid with bubbles all around. The sides are graphi...

$38.00

Here's an old advertising medicine container - Rawleigh's Vegetable Cathartic and Liver Pills from the W. T. Rawleigh Med. Company of Freeport, Illinois. There ...

$38.00

Here's an old advertising ink blotter- Sanford's Ink. There's the image of a bottle and box of Sanford's Blue Ink and of Sanford's Library Paste. It is unused. ...

$20.00

Here's an old advertising face powder box -Carmen Powder from the Stafford-Miller Co., St. Louis. It is the color "Carmen Rouge. There's the image of a pre...

$48.00

Here's an early advertising trade card for the Southern and Western Insurance Company of Cincinnati, Ohio. There's the image of a little boy rolling a barrel wi...

$10.00

Here's a fairly scarce trade card. It's advertising a minstrel show to be held at the Bush St. Theatre. It would be starring Emerson's New Minstrels - Smith, Wa...

$60.00

Here is an unused postcard relating to Women's Suffrage. The card shows a cat with holding a card that says "Vote for Shes." At the bottom it says &qu...

$40.00

Here is an early New York City theatre program - Times Square Theatre. It is a 1924 edition. This and several other theatres were owned and managed by the Selwy...

$10.00

Here's an early trade card advertising oysters and where to buy them - C. C. Fechtig, Hagerstown, Maryland. The front of the card shows a cotton plant with head...

$40.00

Here's an early advertising shoe trade card - John Mundell & Co. Solar Tip Shoes. There's the image of a child holding a pit with the caption "A Man of...

$10.00

Here is an early trade card from E. W. Hoyt & Company of Lowell, Massachusetts. It advertising Hoyt's German Cologne and Rubifoam Teeh Liquid Dentrifrice. T...

$35.00

Here is an early advertising sewing-related trade card from John Clark Junr. & Co....Clark's Mile-End Spool Cotton. Image of a man holding a spool of thresd...

$20.00

Here's an early advertising medicinal bottle that still retains its wrapper - Ukatine. Says it "cures diseases of the kidneys and liver." The top of t...

$15.00

Here's an early advertising sachet bottle from the California Perfume Company of New York...American Ideal. It has the image of a pretty lady on its label. It l...

$75.00

Here's an old political pinback showing McKinley photo image with stars and stripes in the background. The celluloid looks to be good with just some "bumps...

$50.00

Here's a scarce advertising celluloid pinback for Mennen Talc. It shows the image of a baby's face with the caption-"Mennen's for Mine Baby Week." Col...

$58.00

Here's an old political tin pinback button showing . There is the photo image of McKinley and Roosevelt. This is circa 1944. If you collec political memorabilia...

$35.00

Here's an old political celluloid pinback button showing McKinley and Roosevelt. This is circa 1900. There are no breaks or foxing to the celluloid. There is th...

$68.00

Here's an early pin cushion holder with a butterfly motif on the front. The interior has a name - Mrs. H. R. Wilbur, Otego, N.Y. There is light staining to the ...

$25.00

Here's a scarce advertising celluloid mirror - Cedarburg Milk Co. The celluloid handle is in the shape of a milk bottle. The image shows a baby, a milk bottle, ...

$135.00