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1950s Picquot Ware Tea Set With Tray.5 Pieces
These items are amazing in their construction and beauty. They were designed in 1938 but the advent of WW11 prevented production. They were eventually produced in the 40's, 50's and 60's by Burrage and Boyde of Northampton.
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Ring to orderVintage Wooden Table Top Pub Skittles Game.Possibly from the 1950s or earlier - there is no makers name. \n \nFabulous and fun games of table skittles, with sliding counter to keep score. \n \nMade in wood and hand painted. \n \nThere is a mechanism that makes the skittles stand up after they have been knocked down - the handle may be missing, but it still works well. \nThe skittles are attached under the board by a string. When the skittles collapse, they can be drawn up again by pulling on theThe Stonehouse Emporium£48.00Ring to order1960s Unsold Stock Plastic Locomotive Boxed.RareManufactured in Hong Kong by Telsalda in 1967, this brightly coloured plastic Chu Chu train with rolling motion and bouncing balls in the funnel, is part of a lot of vintage toys from a toy shop in Scarborough, that closed down. \n \nOriginal box in good condition. \n \nToy has not been played with \n \n7 1/4" x 5 1/2" x 4 1/4" \n \nUnused stickers. \n \nRare, as aimed at younger children.The Stonehouse Emporium£32.00Ring to order1978 Marx Colossal Fossil Fight Game. Boxed.RareThis is the original Marx toys Colossal Fossil Fight game. \n \nRare to find in this condition. \n \nEach of the two players use a dinosaur to pick up bones from the bone yard and place them into their den. There are three types of bones (legs, ribs, and skulls) which are worth one, three, and five points, respectively. Once all the bones are removed from the bone yard, the player with the most bone points in their den is the winner. \n \nOne of the 25 bones is missing; there are 14 leg bones, three skulls and seven ribs. \n \nThe instructions are missing. \n \nBox in very good condition, though there is a scuff to the front (see photo) \n \n16 1/2" x 13 3/4" x 5 3/4"The Stonehouse Emporium£39.50Ring to order1960s Vintage Corgi Major Toys 1119 HDL Hovercraft SR - N1 BoxedThis model Hovercraft was made by Corgi in The Major Toys range, between 1960 - 1962.\nDiecast metal and plastic.\nOriginal paintwork.\nBall bearing spring loaded wheels.\nOriginal box in good condition.\n \n£46.00
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