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GUIGNOL CINEMA DE LA JEUNESSE VINTAGE MAGAZINE ISSUE: LE FILS DU PASSEUR 100% Guaranteed Old and Authentic - NO REPRODUCTIONS Approx. Size(inches): 8 x 10 Approx. Age: 1932 Condition: Fair/ Good. See photos. 1930's French magazine 52 pages of stories, illustrations and comics. This piece is no longer in the greatest of condition. While the inside pages are virtually untouched, the outside covers, especially the spine, have suffered from years of wearing and age. Though the outside has seen better days, the inside has some wonderful illustrations and comic strips, as well as some great stories, if you read french. Please see out photos for a closer look!

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Vintage LOOK Magazine, November 29, 1955.  140 pages. Cover: Janet Leigh and Tony Curtis in ParisArticles: LOOK Magazine applauds Henry Viscardi Jr. and Abilities, Inc., which employment for the physically challengedThe position of the Jews in America today, by William AttwoodAnita Colby writes in defense of the single womanArmy versus Navy football, the last big game, Annapolis and West Point.Army versus Navy football, the last big game, Annapolis and West Point.The case for Nixon as Republican nominee The longest major strike in America at that timeMovie review of “Guys and Dolls” with Jean SimmonsAmerican toy manufacturers: Who are America’s real Santa Clauses?, Alfred C. Gilbert (Erector sets), Joshua Lionel Cowen (Lionel trains), Robert Barton (Parker Brothers: Monopoly), Herman G. Fisher (Fisher-Price toys), Robert W. Kerr, Benjamin F. Michtom (Ideal Toy corp) and other toy manufacturers.Carol Channing on Broadway Steve Allen

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Sighthound Christmas Cards. Lovely vintage lady with two sighthounds are featured in this new holiday card, detail from a magazine cover. Inside the message is "Hope your Holidays are the Best Ever!"  Cards are 5-1/2 x 4-1/4, with envelopes. You get 4 in this set.  Watermark will not appear on your cards. Part of all p

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LOOK Magazine, September 7, 1971. TV: Turn-on or Turn off? A special issue on TV. Many great vintage ads: RCA, Squirt, Sears, Coke, Hiram Walker 74 pages. Good to very good condition.

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Le Rire Vintage Magazine Cover 1895 "Laughter") was a successful French humor magazine published from October 1894 until its final issue in April 1971. Founded in Paris during the Belle Epoque by Feliz Juven, Le Rire appeared as typical Parisians began to achieve more education, income and leisure time. Interest in the arts, culture and politics intensified during the Gay Nineties. Publications like this helped satisfy such curiosity. It was the most successful of all the "Journaux Humoristiques." We bought these two vintage covers at an antique dealer in Paris. Perfect for framing. Date: December 14, 1895 Cover Newsprint Page Theophile Alexandre Steinlen

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1950 Vintage WOMAN MAGAZINE, National Home Weekly, Fashion, Beauty, Cooking 100% Guaranteed Old and Authentic - NO REPRODUCTIONS Approx. Size(inches): 10.5" x 13.5" Approx. Age: 1950 Condition: Fair/ Poor, see photos. Company: The National Home Weekly Please see our photos for a closer look at this item. We are happy to combine shipping on multiple items, message us. Thank you!

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Vintage LOOK Magazine, August 21, 1956, Measures 13x 10.5, 100 pages. Cover Story: British Women Are Beautiful; Scandal Hits the Big Ten; Ballad of Harry Belafonte; Why Stalin Had to Die. Plenty of ads !

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"MARION GODART Paris Chic Puces D'Oreilles Hémisphère Bonbon Vintage rusty brown shiny clip-on earrings by Marion Godart. They are made of a hollow brown plastic half spherical rounds filled with tinfoil, giving them a nice mystical shine. Real imaginative Marion Godart design. Very lightweight. They measure 1 1/4 \" diameter and 3/4\" high. Vintage from the 1970s, old stock, never been worn. Marion Godart is a well known French jewelry designer from Paris working with Resin, Lucite and Bakelite since the 1960's. She is known for her brightly colored quirky, yet chic costume jewelry. Inspired by artistic trends of the beginning of twentieth century, her creativity plays with shapes, materials and ethnic influences and color always forms the frame. A pop and unconventional style that gives all pieces joy and dynamism! Marion Godart does not sign her work, but her pieces cannot be mistaken. I'm not a vintage expert, I try to show clear pictures and describe the condition as accurately as I can. All pieces are vintage and pre-owned and will show some wear from age. Please note that colors may not allways be captured right in a photograph and can appear very different on different screens. If you have any doubts or questions, please ask before ordering to avoid disappointment."

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