RAILROAD Memorabilia & Antiques + Americana: Dog, Cat, Kitchenware, Restaurant Collectibles
Set of FOUR 1950s Forest Green "Charm" Dessert Bowls w ORIGINAL LABELS by ...
Sweet Cobalt Blue Glass Victorian Jeweler's Torch / Wax Seal Lamp
1970s Pyrex Corning "Old Town Blue" Margarine DIsh complete with Lid
Vintage Miniature Revere Ware Copper Clad Toy Whistling Tea Kettle
THREE Original Vintage 1950s Western Cowboy Theme Bolo Neckties
Breathtaking Signed Hand Made Victorian Buggy Blanket w/ Embroidered ...
Missouri Pacific Railroad Tiny Eagle Pattern China Single Egg Cup
SALE Antique Austrian Bluebird Porcelain China Tray Hand Painted
$64 USD SALE
About Time's Treasures Railroad & Country Collectibles
Our Service PledgeWE GUARANTEE YOU'LL BE 100% SATISFIED -- every item, every purchase, every day! As buyers ourselves, we promise to treat you like we would want to be treated! You are dealing with people - not a large wholesaler - and we welcome your trusting us to personally serve you.
WE GUARANTEE SAFE DELIVERY OF EVERY INSURED ITEM. We use USPS and others to protect against shipping damage or loss. However, insurance coverage is optional on most items, if you prefer to decline it.
About UsPLEASE CONTACT US IF YOU HAVE RAILROAD ITEMS FOR SALE ! WE BUY as well as sell, and if you have questions about railroads or railroadiana we'll be happy to try to help out or get you information.
We are looking especially to buy RUTLAND RAILROAD and New York/New England area railroad artifacts.
We specialize in train memorabilia, but we also carry other interesting collectibles and antiques including dog and cat figurines, restaurant ware, glassware and household items.
We are proud of our honest and accurate descriptions and the personal touch we put into our service. We stand by our merchandise and will do our best to insure your complete satisfaction.
We have been in the railroad hobby for over 25 years, and are members and supporters of Railroadiana Collectors Association Inc.(RCAI), Key Lock & Lantern, Rutland Railroad Historical Society and the New York Central System Historical Society.
We are happy to answer and welcome any questions you may have, so please email!