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Shoe Display Stands 48.4 Cast iron, 9â€ť post, 5â€ť diameter round base. Crystal Fix. Co. Chicago, Ill. 48.5 Â Carved wood stained post that screws on to a triangular base with clawed feet. The post is 19â€ť long and the shoes sit on wood ovals that screw into wood attached to the post. Matches hat stand #2010.44.4b. 48.6 Â Carved wood stained dark brown, screws on to octagon base with an 8â€ť diameter and 30â€ť long. Shoes sit on wood ovals that screw into a horizontal piece of carved wood.
I Miller brown Shoe Box, in the center of the lid what looks like a torn piece of white paper, in top left corner saysâ€ť I. Millerâ€ť in black and pictures 3 single shoes, a yellow sandal, red high top boot and blue pump against a gray/black background. 12â€ť x 5â€ť x 3-1/2. First store opened in 1926. DATE: 1926 through early 30s.
Lady Esquire Shoe Dressing in a clear glass bottle with an embossed design. Paper label in teal and pink w/black print says â€śLady Esquire Shoe Dressing, White Shoe Cleaner, Beautify your Shoes,â€ť with a small pink oval framing a young lady in silhouette. Original teal box has the same picture as the label. On the bottom â€śmfg. by Knomark Mfg. Co., Brooklyn, N.Y. makers of quality shoe dressings for more than a quarter of a century.â€ť Some product remains in the bottle. 6â€ť x 2.â€ť DATE: 1940s through mid 50s. === 2010.49.1a Fair Handy Hat Fasteners in original box. Fasteners are black, 4-1/2â€ť long and shaped like a hairpin with a clasp similar to a safety pin. Both the box and card holding the fasteners are white and have the same art work, a photograph of a woman in a red coat holding a hat to show how they are attached. 25c Pair. Detailed directions on back include â€śMade of best brass, will not rust or corrode, Patâ€™d April 25,1905.â€ť DATED: Early 1900s.
Lord and Taylor leaf green Shoe Box, lid with one long stem red rose across the center of a stem, known as â€śThe American Beauty Roseâ€ť the store logo in 1945. Bottom of box has a mailing form. Box 11â€ť x 6-1/4â€ť x 3-1/2.â€ť DATE: 1945 to early 50s.
Oâ€™Connor & Goldberg Shoe Box covered w/dark blue paper and gold printing. Pictures a very ornate art nouveau scene depicting an arched trellis w/a lady in a flowing gown on a swing, with the swingâ€™s rope being pulled by a young man. Printed on the sides, â€śOâ€™Connor & Goldberg Costume Bootery Paris 23 and OG Chicago, Madison Street.â€ť 12â€ť x 5â€ť W x 4â€ť D.
Wood Shoe Lasts, industrial one stamped 616X, AAAAA 8, the other a. Stamped 921, AAAA 7-1/2. On the side is a round logo with a lion in the center and the initials MLC, the words â€śMorton Last Co., Cincinnati, Oâ€ť border the circle. Difficult to identify the 2nd and 3rd letters in the company name so â€śMortonâ€ť could be incorrect. 10â€ť toe to heel. b. Stamped 616X, AAAAAA 8 and Krentler Bros. 8.40, Milwaukee. 10â€ť toe to heel.