Today we are happy to be offering NINE pieces of Atomic Mid Century Canonsburg Temporama Dinnerware. Thinking of starting a Temporama Dinnerware collection? This is a GREAT start! There is 3 large soup bowls, 2 salad bowls, 1 berry bowl, 3 sandwich plates. All sizes to add to your collection. In very nice used, vintage condition. I only saw a brown dot on one. Please ask any questions you may have about the fabulous pieces. Remember we are a brick and motor store. You can stop in and pick them up ...
Lady's Platinum semi-eternity Diamond Wedding Ring stamped 10 % IRID Plate, and weighing 3.15 grams. This is a Beautiful and Elegant that would say all of the right things to that special lady on Christmas Day. This is a very Beautiful Ring.
This platter in the 'Florette' pattern was originally made by the The Jeannette Glass Company (Jeannette, Pennsylvania) in the 1950s. It was produced to exact specifications and proportions again in 1990.
This oval platter measures 11" by 16" and features gold florettes and stars along the rim. It has a tree-shaped indention in the center and a well at one end to allow juices or fat from meats to drain rather than puddling underneath them. It's in perfect vintage condition with no chips, cracks or ...
Item description: “Hear the Beatles Tell All” Unique Shaped Picture Disc
LP is in Plastic Protective Envelope it came in. “The shocking truth about their personal lives!”
Approximately 11-1/2 inches in diameter Features George, Paul, John, and Ringo’s flesh colored photos, the reverse side has many teaser questions about the interviews on this record.
Jim Steck and Dave Hull post probing questions to the Fab Four!
Live in person interviews recorded during their historic U.S. tour.
Brand New Hardcover Book
SUN TZU AT GETTYSBURG
Ancient Military Wisdom in the Modern World
By: Bevin Alexander
List Price: $26.95
(NOT a Book-of-the-Month Club edition)
Ten major battles or campaigns that could have been won by using the principles of The Art of War.
Imagine the impact on world history if Robert E. Lee had listened to General Longstreet at Gettysburg and withdrawn to higher ground instead of sending Pickett uphill against the entrenched Union line. Or if ...