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    10 Route 28 (Main Street) West Harwich, MA 02671 - Mailing; PO Box 11 Harwichport, MA 02646

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Old, Odd, Cool and Collectible Cadillac Hood Ornament!!!

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Old, Odd, Cool and Collectible Carnival Head!

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Old, Odd, Cool and Collectible Setter!!!

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Old, Odd, Cool and Collectible Ohio Railroad $5!

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Old, Odd, Cool and Collectible Junk Art!!!!

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Old, Odd, Cool and Collectible Advertising Signs!!

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Old, Odd, Cool and Collectible hand carved double sided head!!

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Old, Odd, Cool and Collectible Meerschaum pipe!!!

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Old, Odd, Cool and Collectible Vinyl Records!!

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Vaseline glass

vaseline glassVaseline Glass earned that name from the trademark yellow or yellow green color of the glass. Developed around 1830, it was then known as canary glass, crafted by blowing glass dosed with small amounts of uranium dioxide. Franz Riedel, an Austrian artisan, first realized that adding the chemical produced a clear, lovely transparent yellow and a green - yellow here. Victorian bowls, candlesticks, plates were produced by French manufacturers such as Baccarat, American Stellar glass. Around 1920, with the onset of the cold war, uranium was strictly limited.  "True" vaseline glass can be identified by shining a black light through it - it glows in a vivid "otherworldly" light.