Accepted forms of Payment:

Cash or Credit/Debit Cards


Pharmacy Sales Rep Merchandise, 50-70 years old!
Déjà Vu! Our client discovered more RR lanterns, old bottles, tobacciana, 
grooming products, and perfumes and colognes in eye-catching bottles and 
packaging. Almost enough to start a small perfumery! These neat old items have 
been resurrected after 50+ years in storage, when our client’s husband was a 
sales rep for McKesson-Robbins in the Cedar Rapids area. Items from ‘back in 
the day’ when DRUG STORES carried everything from medications to bandages 
and shampoo to deodorant, along with small appliances, paint, razors, and most 
even had a soda fountain. Take a trip BACK IN TIME (again) with this unique 
collection! Many items are new and still in their original boxes. A few items less 
than we brought you last spring, but just as interesting. PLUS, we are adding a 
quantity of vintage family items and choice collectibles, ranging from kitchenware 
to old fishing items, as well as unique furniture pieces. Though some pieces 
(but certainly not all) are dusty, we are sure you will enjoy the hunt, again.

We hand out numbers 1 hour prior to the sale start time and
invite you to enjoy some refreshments while you wait.
Our sales always start promptly at the stated time.

Accepted forms of payment are cash and credit cards.


Another ‘time capsule’ collection of neat old Rx treasures: 

Wallace and McDermott sterling silver necklace and earring set: vintage go-to aftershaves and hair tonics: umpteen perfumes and colognes in eye-catching bottles (some NIB): Tobacciana; several dozen pipes and 5 Emperor pipes (NIB), lighters and servicer kits, cigarette cases, filters, flints, papers, and ashtrays: old watches and watch bands: metal ‘bunion pad’ display box: alarm clocks (some NIB): Writing instruments include; pencils, pens, pen sets, and a calligraphy set: perpetual calendars: unique office supplies:16mm Kodak film (still in the packages): Men’ grooming; Gillette and other safety razors, electric razors (many in original packaging), hair clipper set, honing stone, and shaving mugs: shoe shine kit: toiletries and first aid sundries: and much, much more!


RR lanterns, including Rock Island: early 1900s platform farm scale: old tackle box and fishing poles: 1957 silver certificate one dollar bill (with only a wallet crease): BB facts books from 1937 and 1938: ephemera from the 1920s through the 1950s: 16 and 32 ounce soda bottles (some are still full): old coffee tins and a very nice Pennzoil oil can: Dairy milk bottles; including creamers, quart, and half-gallon sizes: Crocks; Western 10 gallon, unmarked 10 gallon and 5 gallon: brown stoneware moonshine jug: large Tramp Art frame and framed religious art: vintage framed photographs: primitive whirligig: very old suitcases: mantle clock: World War II era newspapers: metal wire cage desk/wall mount fans: box cameras and one Agfa folding camera: really old games and toys (some paper, some plastic, and some wooden. We love the juggling balls from Captain Kangaroo!): Old greeting cards; including birthday, Christmas, Easter, and Valentine’s Day: antique toaster: Ladyfare items; French Ivory vanity items, hankies, fancy compacts, hobnail fragrance and powder holder, round mirrored vanity stand, ‘Turn Loc’ leather purse (NIB), and more: Boston Terrier door stop: Jack be Nimble wood pencil box: Royal Standard manual typewriter: and the metal ‘Ketch-All Automatic Mouse Trap’ that you just have to see!

“Back in the day” and other nostalgic things:

Rival grind-o-matic: Dazey can opener: HIMARK suitcase style picnic basket set (new): metal cooler: Fisher Price record player: Playing cards; Canasta, Pinochle, and full decks (NIB): Fiesta 10 transistor radio (NIB): huge folding wood clothes line: wood apple baskets with lids: enamelware: metal chore pails: floor and table lamps: Old sewing notions; buttons, darning threads, embroidery floss, wood spools, needles, scissors, threaders, and thimbles: old summer porch rug: steamer trunk: old beat-up wood bench: St. Regis lunch box with pint vacuum bottle (NIB): and much, much more!


Jadeite ‘Jane Ray’ glass tableware: hobnail and milk glass vases: depression era glass: pink glassware and personal salts: Shirley Temple cobalt blue glass creamer by Hazel Atlas: art glass: pressed glass pedestal cake stand: and much, much more! 


Frankoma: Hall: Fiesta: Royal Copley: Red Wing: Vohann of California: Universal Potteries: Marcrest Oven Proof stoneware: vintage planters: and more!


Milk glass Hen-On-Nest: Canning jars; Atlas, Ball, Drey, and Presto: Pyrex cream and sugar: Westclox timer (NIB): economy bakeware: nut chopper: well loved and well used mixing bowls: aluminumware: 9” skillet: chevron syrup pitcher: bear bottle bank: waffle iron: and much more!

Tools and Hardware (some old, some modern): 

One man tree saw and other saws: many, few old hand tools: quantities of vintage, and newer, hardware (some NIB): painting supplies: sander: jig saw: and more! 


Antique tiger oak pieces include; a buffet with mirror, round dining table with 6 chairs and 2 leafs, huge desk, and desk chair: petite modern 3 stack barrister bookcase: comfy leather-like loveseat: maple table with 4 chairs (2 captains) and 2 leafs: vintage record cabinet with records: upholstered footstool: truly ornate coffee table: Kenmore fold-away sewing machine: plant stands: and much, much more!