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1995 32c "1899" Winton Automobile - Catalog # 3022 Related Products: U.S. #3022 1995 32¢ 1898 Winton Antique Autos November 3, 1995 30 ,000 ,000 10 .1 x 11 The 1899 Winton was the first “production” car ever sold in the United States. With a list price of $1,000, the two-seater phaeton (an open carriage four-wheel vehicle) featured a horizontal single-cylinder engine, two-speed transmission, and laminated wood frame. Twenty-five of the cars were sold in that first season. Its creator, the Scottish-born
Color Creations from Nature's Studios, a 1927 catalog of Cadillacs and LaSalles published by Fisher Body Corp. in Detroit. The catalog has 30 pages of illustrations and text. Most of it shows an animal or mineral on one page with an offsetting page showing the car designed after it. The car illustration page generally shows both exterior and interior views of the car. Each page measures 9 3/4 x 13 inches. There is a stain on the lower portion of most pages as well a few minor dings on a couple pages. Also
1995 32c "1894" Haynes Automobile - Catalog # 3020 Related Products: U.S. #3020 1995 32¢ 1894 Haynes Antique Autos November 3, 1995 30 ,000 ,000 10 .1 x 11 In 1894 Elwood Haynes (1857-1925) designed and produced one of America’s first successful automobiles. Haynes enlisted the help of Elmer and Edgar Apperson for the actual construction of this buggy-type machine, which featured a single-cylinder, one-horsepower engine. It was first driven on July 4, 1894, and traveled at speeds of 6 to 7 miles per hour.
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1998 10c Modern Bicycle s/a coil - Catalog # 3228 Related Products: U.S. #3228 10¢ Bicycle Transportation Series Coil August 14, 1998 1 ,110 ,000 ,000 Serpentine die cut 9.8 vertically In 1998, a second stamp was added to the American Transportation Series. The ten-cent Green Bicycle was issued to replace the Automobile bulk-rate stamp. In keeping with the design of the series, only a detail of the bicycle, the handlebar area, is shown on the stamp. The new Postal Service term "PRESORTED STD" appears
» 1996 Aston Martin DB7 Sales Catalog 1996 Aston Martin DB7 Sales Catalog Description Since the dawn of mechanical transportation, vehicle manufacturers issued sales brochures and catalogs to tout their wares to the public. Usually these brochures were very informative with features, options and specs all available in one nice format for a potential customer. This 40-page catalog was printed by Automobile Quarterly. It contains historical content and also tells the story of the new DB7. Overall condition
1952 3c A.A.A. - Catalog # 1007 Related Products: U.S. #1007 3¢ American Automobile Association March 4, 1952 Chicago, IL 117,415,000 11 x 10½ Deep blue U.S. #1007 commemorates the 50th anniversary of the American Automobile Association. The stamp pictures a crossing guard protecting two young girls from stepping into the road where 1902 and 1952 model year cars are driving. The Founding of the American Automobile Association On March 4, 1902, nine automobile clubs met in Chicago to form the American
1995-2001 American Series, 27 stamps - Catalog # 2902 / /3550 2902 / /3550 1995 -2001 American Series Coil Stamps 27 stamps Three new definitive coil series were introduced in 1995: “American Scenes,” “American Transportation,” and “American Culture.” The 5¢ Butte stamp was issued for use on bulk rate (third class) non-profit mail. It pictures a colorful butte scene and is the first entry in the new “American Scenes” series. Set also includes the 5¢ Mountain stamp and the 5¢ Wetlands stamp. The 10¢
2005 37c Sporty Cars, Bklt Pane of 20 - Catalog # 3935b U.S. #3935b 37¢ America on the Move Booklet Pane of 20 August 20, 2005 Detroit, MI Studebaker Starliner When they opened their blacksmith and wagon-building shop in South Bend, Indiana, in 1852, the Studebaker brothers had a motto: “Always give the customer more than you promise, but not too much, or you’ll go broke.” Studebaker eventually became the world’s largest wagon manufacturer. The company entered the auto market with an electric car in 1902.
The Flivver King: A Story of Ford America Upton Sinclair Half Price! Among the finest of modern American historical novels, Upton Sinclair writes history from the bottom up and the top down. This book shows the compromise and conflict between the two extremes. Its two stories—those of National Socialist Henry Ford and Ford-worker Abner Shutt, unfold side by side, indeed dialectically. They are, in the end, one story: the saga of class and culture in 'Ford-America'. Workers and bosses, flappers and Klansmen,
Hubley Catalogs: 1946-1965 by: Steve Butler Hubley Catalogs 1946-1965 by: Steve Butler Steve Butler SCH -2002 -0764315633 -WH3 Description A tremendous resource for toy collectors and dealers, this new book compiles the catalogs of the Hubley Manufacturing Company from 1946 to 1965. Each page is reproduced in full color, making it an invaluable reference for identifying and dating Hubley toys. Hubley was incorporated in 1894 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and produced wonderful toys throughout its history.
By Kenneth Eisbrener, Foreword by Byron Olsen. Whether you are just beginning your collection or you have been collecting for years, The Complete U.S. Automobile Dealer Literature Checklist is an essential tool.p Catalog your collection and identify the literature you need to make your collection complete. Keep a copy next to your computer for those on-line searches and another copy to take to swap meets.p It's a catalog, a checklist and a guide all in one. The ideal way to organize and expand
1995-2003 American Culture, 16 stamps - Catalog # 2908 / /3770 1995 -2003 American Culture Series 16 stamps Three new definitive coil series were introduced in 1995: “American Scenes,” “American Transportation,” and “American Culture.” The American Culture series shows items of our nation’s popular culture. The art director for the series, Carl Herrman, said, “The series tries to take a look at American creativity and at things that no other country could claim.” The 15¢ Automobile Tail Fin stamp features
» 1985 Lincoln 65th Anniversary Historical Sales Catalog, "The Legend of Lincoln" 1985 Lincoln 65th Anniversary Historical Sales Catalog, "The Legend of Lincoln " Description This is the 31 page catalog that originally was given out at the dealership TO SPECIAL CUSTOMERS ONLY that year. This special historical catalog was printed exclusively for Lincoln by Automobile Quarterly. Truly very high class!
1960 4c Wheels of Freedom - Catalog # 1162 Related Products: U.S. #1162 4¢ Wheels of Freedom October 15, 1960 Detroit, MI 109,695,000 11 x 10 1/2 Dark blue U.S. #1162 was issued to coincide with the opening of the 1960 National Automobile Show in Detroit, Michigan. The stamp pictures a steering wheel with a car, truck, and tractor in each section. On either side of the wheel are the Western and Eastern Hemispheres of Earth. Detroit – the Center of the U.S. Automotive Industry This stamp was issued to honor
Eleven pre-war Rolls Royce pamphlets, magazines, sales literature and catalogs, lot of 11 Eleven pre-war Rolls Royce pamphlets, magazines, sales literature and catalogs, lot of 11 Eleven pre-war Rolls Royce pamphlets, magazines, sales literature and catalogs, most are reprints the 1960’s and 1970’s by the Rolls Royce Owners Club, includes early rental service agreement, a 1920 catalogue in miniature, a Rolls Royce School of Instruction booklet, 1922 U.S full-line sales brochure, issue of the Rolls Royce
Related Products: U.S. #3931-35 37¢ America on the Move Booklet Stamps August 20, 2005 Detroit, MI Quantity : 640 ,000 ,000 Studebaker Starliner When they opened their blacksmith and wagon-building shop in South Bend, Indiana, in 1852, the Studebaker brothers had a motto: “Always give the customer more than you promise, but not too much, or you’ll go broke.” Studebaker eventually became the world’s largest wagon manufacturer. The company entered the auto market with an electric car in 1902. After World War
Related Products: 50 Horizontal Mounts, Black, Split-back, Pre-cut, 48 x 34 millimeters (1-7/8 x 1-5/16 inches) U.S. #3934 37¢ Nash Healey America on the Move Booklet Stamps August 20, 2005 Detroit, MI Quantity : 640,000,000 Nash Healey Early in 1951, Nash Motors brought out the Nash Healey, the first sports car introduced by an American manufacturer in 20 years. Nash Motors had been formed by Charles William Nash (1864-1948), the highly successful former president of both Buick and General Motors. In
LOOK September 21 1971 9/21/71 1972 NEW CARS VIDA BLUE ISSUE DATE: September 21, 1971; Volume 35 Number 19, 9/21/71 IN THIS ISSUE:- [Detailed contents description written EXCLUSIVELY for this listing by MORE MAGAZINES! Use 'Control F' to search this page.] * This description copyright MOREMAGAZINES. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 COVER: U. S. Cars 1972: Looks 16th Annual Automotive Preview. THE NAME OF THE GAME IS CHANGE: LOOK's Sixteenth Annual New CarPreview, By Al Rothenberg. THE LOVE STORY,
Related Products: 50 Horizontal Mounts, Black, Split-back, Pre-cut, 48 x 34 millimeters (1-7/8 x 1-5/16 inches) U.S. #3931 37¢ Studebaker Starliner America on the Move Booklet Stamps August 20, 2005 Detroit, MI Quantity : 640 ,000 ,000 Studebaker Starliner When they opened their blacksmith and wagon-building shop in South Bend, Indiana, in 1852, the Studebaker brothers had a motto: “Always give the customer more than you promise, but not too much, or you’ll go broke.” Studebaker eventually became the
Westinghouse: The Life & Times of An American Icon Westinghouse is a feature-length documentary about the life and times of George Westinghouse, his companies, legacy, personality, partnership with Nikola Tesla, and conflict with Thomas Edison. George Westinghouse is considered America’s greatest industrialist and the only man who would go up against Thomas Edison, and win. His victory over Edison during the Battle of the Currents set the stage for the entire future of electric power. The Westinghouse air
Seth Thomas Clocks 1928 Catalog No. 780 19 West 44th Street, New York This is truly one of our most amazing and rare catalogs. 1928 was the first year that Seth Thomas introduced their line of Electric Clocks. This Catalog has them.... .... as well as Westminster Chime Clocks, Ships Bell, Metal, Cabinet, Desk, Boudoir, Wall, and even Automobile Clocks, and many more. Seth Thomas was born in Wolcott, Connecticut in 1785 and went to work for clockmaker Eli Terry in 1807. In 1810, he bought out Terry’s factory
Nash /Rambler Pre -1958 DVD 's & Manuals 36-01 Color Catalog Full 400 Line, 2dr and 4 dr, Engine, specs, 12 pages 1936 Nash "400" Good, minor soiling $59 .00 40 -01 Nash Color Ad "and Away Goes Your Heart " Convertible /Lafayette Good condition , $6 .00 41 -01 "Nash for 1941" Partial color Foldout Amb /600 1 $24 .00 41 -02 "Go Nash and Save Money Every Mile" Mailer Envelope 1 $5 .00 41 -03 Nash Salesman's Daily Dozen Follow-Up Sheet 1 $4 .00 41 -04 "Hold Everything" Partial
Shopping Cart FORD MODEL T SUPPLY BOOK-PARTS & ACCESSORIES 1920 FORD MODEL T OWNER'S SUPPLY BOOK-PARTS & ACCESSORIES BRAND NEW REPRINT OF THE 1920 EDITION OF THE WESTERN AUTO SUPPLY CATALOG. SHORT MONTHS AFTER THE INTRODUCTION OF THE FORD MODEL T THE WESTERN AUTO SUPPLY AGENCY BEGAN TO FILL THE SUPPLY DEMANDS OF WHAT WAS TO BECOME THE LARGEST SINGLE MODEL AFTERMARKET IN AUTOMOTIVE ANNALS. THE PUBLISHER DETERMINED THAT THE 1920 EDITION OF THE WESTERN AUTO CATALOG UNABRIDGED IS THE MOST REPRESENTATIVE &
NASCAR: The Ride of Their Lives NASCAR: The Ride of Their Lives Sports /Recreation Kevin Costner narrates this fascinating documentary that charts the spectacular rise of NASCAR. What began as a pastime of bootleggers grew to become one of the most popular spectator sports in America. Richard Petty, Dale Earnhardt Jr., and Jeff Gordon are among the racers who share their thoughts on this truly American success story. Meanwhile, classic racing footage brings back the thrills of the sport from its earliest