Set of 5 Rolling Stones key chains from the 1994 Voodoo Lounge Tour . These are an officially licensed product and are much sought after .The plastic viewer when held up to the light shows an image of the band live.
Hell they are still in the original bag and are in mint condition.These puppy's are 2 inches long and the view screen is almost 1 square inch.A must for Stones fans or collectors of Rolling Stones memorabilia!
This is a very kool and hard to find 70's Heineken Bar On Draught Sign. As you can see the sign works and is in near mint condition.The sign is striking and eye catching with it's bold and crisp colors.
This puppy measures in at 19 x 13 x4 inches. Most of the Heineken sign made are not of this size and that adds to the rarity of this one. Made by the the Van Muching &Company out of New York who were the importers of Heineken to North America from 1946 to 1994.For a great and informative read on Heineken and beer-marketing check out Philip Van Munching's 1997 book "Beer Blast"
This is really a great piece and not just for a man cave!!
If your older than 40 grew up in Canada you are familiar with the Dingbats.Created by Charles E. Frosst & Co of Montreal their calendars and poster advertisements where a mainstay in dental and doctor offices and waiting rooms. William Dudley Burnett Ward (AKA: Dudley Ward ,1879 -1935)was an illustrator, cartoonist and poster artist was the man behind the Dingbats. These 2 beauty's are by Ward in 1933 We don't know the age of the posters but as far as we can tell they are probably from the 40's or 50's.Framed and come in at 19 by 15.5 inches!
First up is "ATragedy In Dingbat Land" from 1933.The birds have lost an egg and the ever helpful dingbats are there to help.Has a bit of water damage at the bottom but other than that it is in pretty good condition
Next is "A Fishy Episode In Dingbat Land",also from 1933.The dingbats have landed the big one and are in a heap of trouble. Has a bit of water damage at the bottom but other than that it is in pretty good condition
Highly collectable, great pieces of Canadian advertisement and just kool art.Dingbat art and advertising has become rare and very hard to find and it's only going to get hard to find. They will look damn good in any home or office!!