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1926 - 27 Caille Master 5-Speed Twin at Jack Craib's Caille Outboard Motor Information Pages

1926 - 27 Caille Master 5-Speed Twin at Jack Craib's Caille Outboard Motor Information Pages

1926 - 27 Caille Master 5-Speed Twin Motor Information

1926 - 27 Caille Master 5-Speed Twin Motor Information

Mills Wizard Fortune Teller coin-op machine,  Mills Novelty Company, metal table top fortune teller with a rotating paper disk that shows the patron's fortune. In the 1910s Mills Novelty made an early floor model spinning fortune teller. Then they made this countertop wood case model, the "Wizard" in the early 1920s. Then they made the final and best model, an aluminum cast front Wizard in 1926.

Mills Wizard Fortune Teller coin-op machine, 1915 The humble beginnings of a Zoltan booth

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ELTO / EVINRUDE Light Rudder Twin Nautical Outboard Motor  USA  1920's  Shown here is a Rudder Twin Rowboat Motor that is strictly for display.

Early ELTO / EVINRUDE Light Rudder Twin Nautical Outboard Motor

View this item and discover similar nautical objects for sale at - Shown here is a Rudder Twin Rowboat Motor that is strictly for display.

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Victorian photographic posing stand, used to help subjects stand still during long exposures. NOT used for post-mortem photos.  There is no way there is enough structure or means of support for the weight of a dead body.

Victorian photographic posing stand, used to help subjects stand still for several minutes during long exposures. These were NOT used for post-mortem photos. They are not strong enough to support a dead body, never mind help it stand in a natural pose.

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Description: Donkey Wonder, Roovers Brothers of Brooklyn (New York). First produced in 1891 and electrified in 1910. Newer reproductions have also be made.

Description: Donkey Wonder, Roovers Brothers of Brooklyn (New York). First produced in 1891 and electrified in Newer reproductions have also be made.

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