ANTIQUE & COLLECTIBLE FIGURES

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Sold c1890s Jockey Banjo Playing Smoker, 7 3/4" x 4". Missing end of banjo and his cigarette are fixable. If perfect these have sold for $1500 to $2000. As is $500. Sold Early American's Ebony Series "Banjo Man" figure, 9 3/4" tall. Ceramic, great detail, excellent condition, no damage. Note cat behind crate. $75.
c1890s "Sunny Jim" banjo player, 7 1/2" tall. Very good cond, some paint wear, no broken pieces, no missing fingers. One tuner is missing. This is not a bank. $1100. Sold 1920s Cast figure, two women at a piano, one with a tenor banjo, 5 1/2 x 7". Copper colored. Often seen converted to lamps or painted, this one is in excellent, unblemished, original condition, $45. 1981 Sesame Street Figures Kermit (with banjo) and Miss Piggie, 2" x 2 3/4". Hallmark Limited Edition. Pewter. Mint condition. Retired piece. Marked "A Jug Of Wine, A Loaf Of Bread, And Moi!" $200
Carved Banjo Player - by Tennesse folk artist L. Sexton, purchased in 1998. Note the whimsical face with tongue sticking out & boot turned over keeping time. $200. Vannoy Streeter, late Tennessee folk artist's wire sculpture "Banjo Man" figure made from coat hangers and picture wire, 9 3/4" tall. Note the detail in the face, hands and banjo peghead. I bought this from him in 1997 -- he sent me the cup as thanks -- shortly before he died. They go together for one price. $150. Top - Cowboy banjo player, enamaled on base metal. Safety clasp back. Mint. $50
Bottom - Cowboy banjo player, silver. Push-pin back. Mint condition. $100.
Upright Bass Player, Silver. 1 1/4" tall. Exquisite detail! Click for larger image. $50 Lledo, Made in England, "Days Gone" rendition of classic Model "T" and Model "A". 2 3/4" x 1 1/2". Click for larger image. Kodak truck was originally made for Kodak dealers, only. $10 each
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Please be careful in your selection. Call (774) 207-0284 with questions. Purchaser to pay for packing, shipping & insurance. No returns allowed -- these are too fragile to ship more often than necessary.