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Black Glass 1950's Tray Dish In the Early Days if The Horseless Carriage
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Eclectic antiques and vintage items are found here, always a variety. We shop local auctions, estate sales and more to find great deals. No reasonable off refused!

All items are available for local pick up. I'm happy to combine shipping when possible. Contact me with your zip code for an accurate shipping price.
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Vintage 1950's black glass dish or tray, it can also be used as an ashtray. In the early days of the horseless carriage, with facts about early anti-automobile rules and regulations on the back. Copyright Charles A. Kaiser. The dish measures 8-7/8" x 6-3/4".

Please study the photos are they are an important part of each description. U.S. sales only. Most of my items come from estates so I don't know if they come from smoke free/pet free homes. I normally don't accept returns since most items are vintage. If you are not satisfied we will work something out. I am happy to combine shipping on multiple purchases to save you money.

 

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