Collectable Cultures Of Black Americana

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Rare! (Negro) Courier Magazine Section Dec 1954. Good condition with wear includes minor soiling, a large cease from being folded, & discoloration. Shipped with USPS First Class Package.
Rare! (Negro) Courier Magazine Section Dec 1954
Up for auction today is an estate fresh Antique 1860's CDV Photograph - African American Women Holding a Caucasian Baby. The CDV photograph measures 4 inches tall and 2 3/8 inches across. If you need more pictures of anything please do not hesitate to ask. (PLEASE CHECK...
Antique 1860's CDV Photograph - African American Women Holding a Caucasian Baby
Anti-Slavery Newspaper “The Liberator” Abolitionist William Lloyd Garrison, Boston Friday April 3rd 1846, whole # 795. Overall, the newspaper is in good condition with wear includes soiling, stains, discoloration, faded areas, creases from being folded, tears, missing c...
 Anti-Slavery Newspaper “The Liberator” Abolitionist William Lloyd Garrison 1846
Rare! Jet Magazine Oct 1957 Cover Photo of Dorothy Dandridge. Good condition with wear includes minor soiling, discoloration, faded areas, & browning to pages due to quality of paper. Shipped with USPS First Class Package.
Rare! Jet Magazine Oct 1957 Cover Photo of Dorothy Dandridge
[AFRICAN AMERICAN WOMAN PHOTOGRAPH WITH HANDWRITTEN POEM, 1925] LARGE PHOTOGRAPH OF AFRICAN AMERICAN WOMAN DATED MAY 1, 1925, WITH HANDWRITTEN 10-LINE POEM BY HER ON THE BACK SIGNED “GOLDA” beginning “All by myself I think of you…” etc., inscribed in lower right corner...
1925 AFRICAN AMERICAN WOMAN cabinet photo inscribed dated with poem on back
A collection of 4 original photographs, nightclub photos in folders from various segregated Chicago clubs. The photos are each 5x7 in their original printed/illustrated folders. Please send along any questions and thanks for looking.
Collection of 4 Photographs Segregated Nightclubs Jim Crow Era Chicago Photos
Early black American original tin type photoCorner clippedNo partial refunds
Antique Black Americana tin type photo woman 2x3”
Very Cute Vintage Mammy Memo African American Wooden Wall Hanging Roller Paper Dispenser Note Pad. There is a hole in her left arm to hold a small pencil. This used to hang next to our wall phone in my parent's home. It is so cute. The measurements are 10" x 4 1/2&...
Vintage MammyMemo African American Kitchen Wooden Wall Hanging Roller Note Pad
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Antique Southern American Country Family Homestead Chromolithograph Print
UP FOR SALE IS A 11" TALL BLACK AMERICANA POTTERY COOKIE JAR BY MCcOY , AS IS AS SHOWN THANK YOU FOR LOOKING GOD BLESS.
VINTAGE ORIGINAL "MCCOY" BLACK AMERICAN WOMEN COOKIE JAR
5 vintage cello pinback buttons from the same estate- big 3 1/2" MLK pin , great cond with minor scratching, 2" Poor People's Campaign 1968 , tiny brown spot. 2 1/8”people power, light scratching. 2” Black football is beautiful (Southern U. vs No. Carolina A&a...
MLK Dr King MARCH ON WA Poor People's Campaign 1968, Malcolm X, Black Football
Early black American original cabinet card photoCorners wornCrack in right outer edge..see photoNo partial refunds
Antique OVERSIZED original cabinet photo card black American family 6.5x8”
BLACK MAGICA Pictorial History of the Negro in American EntertainmentByLangston Hughes & Milton Meltzer This fascinating volume was Langston Hughes' last book and presents the vast, sweeping story of African-American entertainers, the artists and the musicians, the...
Black Magic...Negro in American Entertainment
Maya Angelou signed paperback book “Wouldn’t take Nothing for my Journey now”. Ms. Angelou added a lengthy inscription in the book which reads “Please accept this token of thankfulness for sharing a North Carolina thanksgiving Joy!”. Condition is "Used". Shipp...
Maya Angelou famed writer “Wouldn’t take nothing..” wonderful inscription
From the city where the event took place, one of the best issues to have on the assassination of Martin Luther King. Seems to be complete with the insert, the April 5, 1968 Commercial Appeal newspaper of Memphis, Tennessee. Overall nice condition with just some spotting...
Martin Luther King Assassination - Civil Rights - ON-SITE MEMPHIS 1968 Newspaper
Spanish American War ~ African American Soldier William Burton Oval portrait of him in uniform; later photograph in hospital / Soldiers' Home Holiday postcard mailed to him in the 1920s at the National Soldiers' Home in Dayton, Ohio from his brother Fred, along with an...
c1900 African American Soldier~SpanAm War~Oval Portrait~Hospital Photo~Ephemera
Rare and wonderful, 1890’s Black Americana Figural Tobacco Jar in the form of the head of a “Dandy”. This simply fantastic Tobacco Jar / Humidor measures approx. 5 1/4” tall and 2 1/2" by 3" at the base. The Jar is made in the form of the head of a handsome yo...
1890s BLACK AMERICANA FIGURAL TOBACCO JAR IN FORM OF AFRICAN AMERICAN MANS HEAD
Great vintage black Americana tablecloth as shown. This piece measures 50 x 51" and is in Very good condition and ready to use or display. No holes, rips, tears, damage and comes from a smoke-free and pet-free home. Please see photos as there are a couple MINOR age...
VINTAGE BLACK AMERICANA TABLECLOTH TABLE CLOTH - 50" x 51", NICE CONDITION!!
JET MAGAZINE | MAY 20, 1971 | HOW BLACKS REMEMBER MALCOLM X. Shipped with USPS Priority Mail.
JET MAGAZINE | MAY 20, 1971 | HOW BLACKS REMEMBER MALCOLM X
1890’s African American Cowboy with white Cowboys having CHEERS at Saloon studio Photo, Condition is Used. Shipped with USPS First Class.
African American Cowboy at Saloon With White Cowboys Having Beers Photo
Our World Magazine (Lot of 4 )1955 - 1954 - 1950 - 1949 Condition - 1. November - 1955 - Vintage Condition - Wear and Tear, yellowing of pages, detached pages, Pen Mark on cover2. April - 1954 - Show some signs of wear and tear from handling / age, Missing back cover. O...
Our World Magazine (Lot of 4 ) 1955 - 1954 - 1950 - 1949
1914~ Real Photo postcard with hand written letter on back from Margret, I wonder if the Slave is Margret? Slave Sold For $1500 As A Child Returns To Same Slave Block Before it got Demolished in 1916. Condition is "Used". Shipped with USPS First Class.
Ex SLAVE LADY Sold For 1500 Returns To Same Auction Block Before Demolished~1914
Please review all photos. item you see is the actual item you will receive. This comes as shown. I don't use filters nor do I clean the photos. I make sure to include as many photos of flaws as possible when presence. If more photos are needed or you have any questions...
Vintage Photo
Newspaper Clipping "Helping To Bring History Alive One Collectible At A Time"! UGLY Times! August 19, 1911 FROM THE EVANSVILLE JOURNAL, Evansville, IN Newspaper Clipping "RELIC HUNTERS" Really? Neatly Clipped Ad From rare & scarce newspaper, medi...
Clipping from Newspaper "Relic Hunters" After the Lynching Coatesville, PA 1911
UP FOR SALE IS A ANTIQUE ORIGINAL BLACK AMERICANA " WILTON" 1930'S CAST IRON AUNT JEMIMA , 13" TALL DOOR STOP, IN THE CONDITION AS SHOWN, THANK YOU FOR LOOKING GOD BLESS.
ANTIQUE ORIGINAL "WILTON" CAST IRON BLACK AMERICAN WOMEN DOOR STOP
This lad is finely dressed with matching vest and jacket, a white collar, and a neat gold pin. He holds his hat out of respect for the photography process. Great lighting on his face! His hand rests on a 'natural' sculpture, and there's a painted classical scene beyond....
BLACK AFRICAN AMERICAN LAD MATCHING VEST & JACKET GOLD PIN HOLDS HAT TINTYPE
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, CITY DIRECTORY for 1925. This Directory notes its "Colored Residents" with a (c) beside their name in the Directory. Makes this Richmond, Virginia, Directory a true document of the JIM CROW SOUTH that tried to keep the races separate. Not a...
1925 Original RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, CITY DIRECTORY - "COLOREDS" marked with a C
Measures approximately 4 1/2" x 3 7/8" when closed. No rips or tears. BEAUTIFUL. Racist poem is hidden behind the matches and refers to the pictures on the matchbook.
RARE BLACK AMERICANA Lion Giant Feature Matchbook Occidental Restaurant
Ultra Rare! Ebony Magazine April 1949 Cover Mary McLeod Bethune. Poor condition with includes chip pieces, tears throughout magazines, soiling, discoloration. Faded areas, loose pages, owner‘s signature on front cover, spine starting to split, bend corners throughout ma...
Ultra Rare! Ebony Magazine April 1949 Cover Mary McLeod Bethune (Poor Condition)
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