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NEWSPAPERS

4 CHALLENGER SHUTTLE DISASTER NEWSPAPERS.  Three Newspapers from Wednesday, January 29th 1986 and one from Tuesday January 28th: The Los Angles Herald (Jan 28th), The Los Angeles Times (Jan 29th), The Daily News (Santa Clarita, CA edition, Jan 29th) and the Wall Street Journal (Jan 29th).  Two of the newspapers -- the Daily News and the L.A. Times -- have color photos on the front page.  All newspapers are in good shape (with some oxidation). However, the front page color pic on the L.A. Times has a two inch scratch in it, almost a cut -- $25 

CELEBRITY

Twenty-four Al Gore Bubble Gum Cigars with box.  Cigar  wrapper imprnted with the words: "You Win With Gore."  Sold in stores during the 2000 election campaign.  No longer available to the public at large.  Mint in shrink wrap -- $20

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SPACE

Space Shuttle model given out by NASA.  Has small (eighth of an inch) cut in top of cargo bar.  Still displays beautifully  -- $75

GUMBALL  MACHINES

6' tall gumball rocket ship, red & white, circa 1970s -- SOLD  

BEER SIGNS

 

A pair of giant inflatable Budweiser Olympic shoes used to promote the 1992 Summer Olympics. Shoes measure approximately 32" X 21" X 12" and come with real laces. Lettering on both sides of the shoes reads: "Budweiser," "Bud Summer Games," "USA" and (in smaller lettering) "Proud Sponsor of the 1992 U.S. Olympic Team." Olympic symbol is also featured. Overall condition is near mint with some minor dirt stains which can probably be washed off but which, in any case, do not effect the shoes display value -- $20

Moose Head Beer sign, rear lighted with waving flag.  Scratches only apparent when held up to bright sunlight -- SOLD

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Coors sign in frame -- $17

CORPORATE PROMOS

Coca-Cola bottles from the 1994 Worldcup, featuring the flags of Brazil and Argentina.  The carrying case and bottles are in near mint condition although, as you can see, the bottles have been emptied of their contents and the caps pressed back down on bottle -- $20

 

 Marlboro sign (metal) measuring approximately 21 1/2" X 17 1/2," like new!  Made in 1997 -- SOLD!

NASCAR playing cards (2 packs) in collectible tin container with embossed NASCAR image of Dale Earnhardt and his "signature" on front of tin.  Each card has NASCAR logo on its back.  Card and tin come MIB -- $20

The Triumph of Man, a seven inch fold out record album given out (or sold) at The Traverlers Insurance Pavilion at the 1964 World's Fair in New York.  Inspirational stuff about mankind's progress, excellent condition -- $25

 

SPACE PATROL BELT AND HOLSTER:

 

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SPACE PATROL BELT AND HOLSTER -- LIMITED EDITION (6 left out of 25).   This holster faithfully reproduces the extremely rare holster for the Space Patrol ray gun (actually a dart gun, which was used as the actual ray gun prop on the show). The belt is 1.5 inch top grain cowhide, with the special Space Patrol belt logo with rocket silk screened on the back, AND PERSONALLY SIGNED BY BUZZ CORRY (Ed Kemmer). The silk screening is done with heat cured Maxopake ink, and the photo silkscreen was created by scanning an original belt logo. The belt itself and the logo are also top coated with leather sheen for protection and looks. The holster has a snap closure just like the original (except the leather is much higher quality in this reproduction), with all rivet construction. The holster flap has the Cadet emblem as it appeared on the deluxe model. The emblems are cast resin, molded from original parts. The belt buckle back is steel, and is epoxied to the oval buckle back for durability. The belt will be sized as per the specifications of the purchaser. The holster is entirely wearable and functional. Most original holsters that survived are no longer usable because the cheap leather, assembled with staples and dyed only on one side, has become brittle. And for most of us, the belt certainly wouldn't fit! NOTE: Raygun not included!  -- $175 Plus $11 insured priority shipping with confirmation -- within the U.S. only! 

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