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1950s Memorabilia

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Scandinavian wallpapers and other objects from the midcentury.
http://www.interior1900.com/
Antique and replica memorabilia. Slot machines, juke boxes and signs.
http://www.classicmalt.com
Antique and replica memorabilia. Slot machines, juke boxes and signs.
http://www.classicmalt.com/
Novelty gifts and collectible memorabilia featuring tin toys, retro T-shirts, babycham, and more.
http://www.kitschshop.com/
Sellers of 1950s collectibles. Crockery, appliances, furniture, kitschenalia, glasses, and glamour.
http://www.kittykitsch.com/
Egg Chairs, Ball Chairs, Free-form Sofas, and Eames designs.
http://www.krypton1.com/
Satisfy your Lust for Modern with a selection of 50's, 60's and 70's items for the home and including a large selection of vintage books, music, and textiles.
http://www.lustformodern.com/
Offers concert banners, Betty Boop, John Deere, tin signs and trays, Wacky Wobblers, Monopoly items, and tin thermometers.
http://www.memorablecollections.com
New, handmade original Tiki Mugs and items for the bar. Limited edition, numbered designs.
http://www.munktiki.com/
Antiques dealer selling 1950's collectibles. Like dishes, teapots, cookie jars, linens, dolls, battery toys, children's books, to name some.
http://www.nancys-dolls-antiques.com
Professionally restored 1950s and 1960s Coke machines and gas pumps. Specializing in custom restorations.
http://www.beermachines.com/
Life size gas pump replicas, with gum balls, TV and refrigerators. Wall clocks with real tires.
http://www.tripback.com
Seeburg jukebox, repairs and restorations.
http://www.ohioseeburgrepair.com
Antiques and Collectibles from 1930-50s. Unusual gift items. Art Deco, Soda Fountain items, milk glass, Fostoria and Anchor Hocking.
http://www.oldenfinds.com/
American and English furniture, clocks and decorative arts dating from about 1750 to 1850.
http://www.paulphillipsantiques.com/