Sweeney's Emporium

"Offering the rare and unusual from one collector to another"
Orders: 800.858.2646     Customer Service: 913.962.2100

Email: oldwest1@sweeney-emporium.com

What's New At Sweeney's Emporium

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Superior California Gold Quartz Stickpin:
$300.00
Beautiful 19th Century example fashioned into a closed book motif with alternating patters of white and gray gold quartz. The pin and gold frame will test 10k-14k. Housed in a vintage jewelry case. (GL-7)
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English Colt Accessories:
$300.00
A nice group of accessories consisting of: An unmarked pewter oil vial - Mint L shaped screwdriver - Key - A rosewood cylinder to hold primers, patches, etc. - Rosewood handled screwdriver. Place with your British Cartridge Colts or remove the L wrench and add to your English percussion revolver case. (Cat. #18373)
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Rare Colt Cap Tin:
$495.00
"Eley Bros. . . . . Caps . . . . Colt's Pt. Repeating Rifles . . . ." Original paper wrapping. Only one of these for several hundred like-kind made for the Colt revolvers. (GL-12)
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U.S. Gold Dollar Stickpin:
$250.00
A Type One Dollar (1849-1854) on a real gold stickpin. Excellent condition with solder on coin's reverse. (GL-2)
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Desirable CCBCo Select Six Combo Box:
$2,000.00

Super label and all six inserts for lures are nice. Has original cloth strap to hold up lid. Exterior is exception. Usual staining and now toned to tan from original light green. Hardly a break in paper over the rear lid hinge. Cataloged from 1927-1933. NO baits. You can find all of them from this era with little effort. A list of correct lures is included. (Cat. #18325)

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U. S. Gold Coin Stickpin:
$275.00
A Type Three Gold Dollar dated 1856. EX condtion on a gold stickpin and housed in a vintage jewelry box. (GL-3)
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Scarce Brooklure Combo Box & Lures:
$1,200.00

Great label & six box inserts. The green exterior weave pattern paper has some surface wear. Missing only on a thin line at the hinge area. 6 excellent cond. Shur-Strike lures, all with glass eyes except paint eye Darter. PE Darter. The lures are: Black Mouse; Floating Runt, Yellow Perch; Darter, Frog; River Runt, New Red Side; Baby Surf Oreno, Peanut Butter; Bass Oreno, Red/White. When these boxes are available, they are often rougher condition or have inferior lures. Usually attributed to Sears, but sold by Spiegels in Chicago. (Cat. #18323)

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Monocle:
$75.00
Seldom Seen! A gold filled chain and rim on the lens. (GL-4)
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Cased Pince-Nez Glasses:
$250.00
10k, which is unusual for early eyeglass frames. Patented 1917. Has the original kidney shaped leather case from an optician in Mankato, Kans. (GL-6)
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Jeweler's Pocket Watch Case:
$95.00
Exterior is worn red velvet. Interior is blue velvet and satin. Inner lid marked "Mermod & Jaccard. . . . St. Louis, MO". Holds up to a 12 size watch. (GL-8)
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Condom Tins:
$450.00

What a conversation starter! Nine different variations of early tins that each held condoms (2 still do). 6 are Merry Widow variations, 1 Price Perfectos, 1 Safety First, 1 Trilby. Housed in a small display case.
(Cat. #18275)

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Pocket Watch Case:
$110.00
Exterior has worn red silk. Interior is filled with cream color silk. Jeweler marked "J.L Davison. . . Mason City, Ills." 
 Holds a 14 size watch. (GL-9)
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Deluxe Pocket Watch Display:
$150.00
This case is leather covered with gold color edging. The top pivots back, showing a purple and cream silk lining. Jeweler "G.H. Sherman, Paola, Kans." For a 16 size watch. (GL-10)
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Kansas City Distiller Match Safe
$90.00
This one advertises beer AND whiskey. "Gutschluck Beer, Mocking Bird Whiskey...Stulz Bros." are embossed on the lid. Gray metal with hints of old finish. Pre-Pro (Cat. #18222)
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