Bridge Beach Model 888 Vintage Stove

This Bridge Beach Model 888  Stove is an exceptional example of  vintage craftsmanship.

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PASADENA CITY COLLEGE FLEA MARKET Picker Paradise

Are you a professional “Picker”?  Or a “Particular” person?  The type that isn’t satisfied with mass produced products?   One of those types that loves to look the the odd, the old, one of a kind, and downright out of the ordinary?

Pasadena City College Flea Market will provide you endless hours of just such finds to satisfy your soul.

Estimates of up to 500 vendors in one spot.  We have been there!  Read our full article for info and location details.  Link to full article on Pasadena City College Flea Market

We welcome our latest Antique Shop Listings

We have two new business listings you need to check out.  Better yet, locate their shop and have fun checking them out in person.  These are both in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Do you live in Las Vegas?  Or are you visiting this up and coming 4th of July Holiday?  Be sure to come in out of the heat and shop in the comfort of either location.  Someone says there is also a discount sale happening over the 4th!

Thelma’s Place
NextGen Pickers

4th of July SALE 2018

4th of July Sale

4th of July Sale

Charleston Antique Mall – Las Vegas,  Nevada

4th of July Sale.   Sale will run from Sunday July 1st thru Wednesday July 4th. Everything in store is 15% off except items marked “firm”.  On Wednesday the 4th, we will be serving ice cream sundaes free of charge.

Charleston Antique Mall
560 S. Decatur Blvd
Las Vegas, Nevada   89107
(702) 228-4783
Click for Map to street address

CRAZY MILITARY ART

This piece of art was found at a recent Estate Sale in Las Vegas.  You just never know what you might find.

Follow link to full article.  Can someone comment or email use more info on the actual shell so we can update the info?  ~Thank You!

VINTAGE BIBLE

This posting is more about the love of Ancestry Research, rather than about finding a Vintage Bible.


After I retired, I spent about a year doing extensive research on my own surname and family tree.  Had I stumbled on an old family Bible such as this, connected to my family,  I would have thought I struck gold.

While this Bible’s condition is well worn, tattered, missing metal or leather clasps or straps, and the binding is coming apart.  None the less, it is a beautiful vintage Bible.

The page that has a description, and we wish a copyright date, shows the following.

Holy Bible
Containing the Old and New Testaments
Together with the Apocrypha
Translated out of the Original Tongues
And with the former translations diligently compared and revised
to which are appended
A Concordance, The Psalms of David in Metre,
An Index, Tables, and other Useful Matters.
The Text Conformable to the Standard of the American Bible Society
Philadelphia:
Charles H. Yost,
Bible Publisher
No. 815 Filbert Street

At some level, it would be incredible if someone see’s this post and this leads to having this Bible find its way to it’s rightful place.

We believe this Bible to be C. 1870’s.   There is no copyright date that we can find anywhere.

Our Appraised value of this Bible in “As is Condition” is $500-$800.   The Book is going up for sale.   We may ship this off to be sold in a high end auction.  For now, contact or inquiries can be made through email to:
Info@toponautic.com

To a family that can link a surname to this book, it could be priceless.

Some of the Surnames written in the Bible are: BALL, MURRAY, LITTLE, and  LINSON.   See the transcribed info from three pages with inked handwritten entries.  The handwriting appears to have been done by the same person?  Some is difficult to make out and when in doubt we have provided a few possible alternatives.

On the MARRIAGES page

Eulass Ball
Margaret Murry
Married Jan 18, 1835
By Rev R. (DALBEY DALBY DALBRY DABBEY or DABBRY)

Cyrus M. Ball
Susan M. Little
Married May 5, 1863

Cyrus M. Ball
Mary E. Linson
Married Jan 15, 1878
Rev P. P. (STIVORDS ?)  hard to tell correct spelling
At Lebanon, O     (This would be Lebanon Ohio

On the BIRTHS page
Eulass Ball was
born

Cyrus Murry Ball was
born Feb 28, 1878

On the DEATHS page
Enlass Ball died

Margaret Murry Ball
died May 31, 1886
from cancer

Note:Found Grave Marker on Find A Grave
Eulass Ball
1802 – 1 Dec 1841
Greenlawn Cemetary Plot Section 3
South Charleston
Clark County, Ohio USA

Note:Found Grave Marker on Find A Grave
Margaret Murry Ball
22 Mar 1812 – 31 May 1886
Greenlawn Cemetary Plot Section 3
South Charleston
Clark County, Ohio USA

Susan M Ball died  (Note: Surname Little ?)
March 2, 1867
Aged 21 and 8 days (hard to read.  This may not be correct)
tuberculosis

Cyrus Murry Ball died
Friday Dec 3, 1926 aged
89 years and 28 days
brights disease  (Note: Bright’s Disease is a historic classification of Kidney Disease)

Note:Found Grave Marker on Find A Grave
Cyrus M Ball
23 May 1837- 3 Dec 1926
Greenlawn Cemetary Plot section 3
South Charleston
Clark County, Ohio USA

As author of this blog article, I became fascinated by some of the information I found.  That led to some limited genealogy background investigation on some of the surnames found within this Bible.  My notes are notated in light gray font.

Eulass Ball for an example was a graduate of Lexington Medical College.  He was one of the pioneer physicians of this country.  One of only eight in the area at the time per one article I read. (Ref:Book “Portait and Biographical Album of Greene and Clark Counties, Ohio” Page 264 

Mary E. Ball wife of Cyrus M. Ball is also referenced in the same above referenced page.  A lady that had received every advantage of education and training.  Her Grandparents were early pioneers and large land owners.

Cyrus M. Ball was incapacitated by paralysis of some nature.  Mary E. Ball had oversight of their affairs.  Cyrus Ball owned 1100 acres of land.

At one point they built a mansion (started April 1889) at a cost of about $35,000.  It is presumed that it was the largest and finest farm house in the state, if not the United States at that time.  It even had hot and cold water throughout.  Connected by telephone to South Charleston, one and one half miles away.