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30 Pc Black Memorabilia Americana Collection Memorbilia Memoribilia Collectibles For Sale

30 Pc Black Memorabilia Americana Collection Memorbilia Memoribilia Collectibles

WARNING: some of these descriptions contain disparaging and even racist terms which are contained within original historical material. No offense by this collection is intended or should be inferred. Some people find the pieces to be an ethnic slur because they depicts African-Americans in a negative light. The pieces generally were made/manufactured when Blacks did not have equal rights in the United States. However, many people who own these collectibles are proud African-Americans and view them as important historical symbols of their heritage to be preserved. Nevertheless, those who are understandably sensitive, or unfamiliar with black memoribilia/Black Americana collectibles, may not care to read any further. Thank you.
QUESTIONS?: Use the ASK A QUESTION feature at the bottom of the page under the item description and I will respond publicly ASAP
THIS 30+ (THIRTY) PIECE COLLECTION CONTAINS:
ANTIQUE NIGGERHAIR TOBACCO CAN IN EXCELLENT CONDITION: This is a scarce original tobacco can for NiggerHair (Nigger Hair) Smoking or Chewing Tobacco in GREAT CONDITION with paper tax stamp (partially worn) attached. This was a product of the B. Liedersdorf Company in Milwaukee WI, successors to the American Tobacco Company. This tin measures about 5½ inches in diameter and about 6½ inches tall. It has some VERY MINOR paint loss, scuffs, scratches, rust spots and dings/dents but is in exceptional condition for piece of this age. SEE PIX. Comes with ORIGINAL handle AND cover. It is COMPLETE and displays very nicely with great character. The can says that the product was registered in the US patent office on April 3, 1878. This product was renamed with the less-offensive “BiggerHair” label some years later.
BLACK MAMMY COOKIE JAR: Ceramic Black Mammy Cookie Jar measures 10" high, 5" wide at the base, and 7" wide at the elbows on hips. In excellent condition without chips or fractures. Scarf is purple, dress is red, and a print/shawl is white with red flowers. With fine gold details - SEE PIX. Historically, a mammy is a Southern United States archetype for a black woman who, often enslaved, worked for a white family nursing the family's children. The word "mammie" is a variant on the word "mother", and means "mommy" in Dutch. The term is rarely used in contemporary times and is generally considered an ethnic slur in the United States.
TWO-PIECE BLACK MAMMY AND HUSBAND SALT-AND-PEPPER SHAKERS SET: Ceramic set is in in great shape. SEE PIX. About 4½” tall in black-and-white with red spoons. Black Mammy pepper shaker has two holes on top and cork stopper on bottom. Black male salt shaker has three holes on top and cork stopper on bottom. In very good shape with a couple of very small flaws to paint.
SECOND SET TWO-PIECE BLACK MAMMY AND HUSBAND SALT-AND-PEPPER SHAKERS SET: Ceramic set is in in good shape but not is of the same age/quality as set above. About 4½" tall with plastic stoppers. SEE PIX. Black Mammy pepper shaker has two holes on top in red dress/scarf with white apron. Black male salt shaker has three holes on top and is dressed in yellow shirt, red slacks, and white apron/hat. In excellent condition.
PAIR BLACK GIRL/BOY CERAMIC HOT PAD HOLDERS WITH HOOK: 2-piece thick ceramic wall pieces with wire hooks to hang on wall and brass cup-hook at bottom for hanging hot pad on wall in kitchen. Black girl with red dress, red scarf with white polka-dots, brown skin, black hair, white eyes and red lips. In excellent condition with no chips or flaws. Black boy with white shirt, white chef’s hat, brown skin, black hair, white eyes and red lips. In excellent condition with two minor chips to back only, about 1/16" to 1/8" each. SEE PIX.Each measures about 7" tall, 3-3/4" wide, and about 1" thick.
CIGARETTE/MATCHES HOLDER WITH ASHTRAY COMPARTMENT: Ceramic figurine has dividers to hold cigarettes, matches and ashes. In excellent condition without any chips or cracks. Measures 5"wide, 3½" tall and 2" deep at base. Shows laundry hanging on clothes line (white/green bloomers, white overalls with blue stripes, and white/orange bloomers), with three black youths playing on clothes line and posts. SEE PIX. Marked “Made in Japan” on base stamped in black ink.
SMALL BLACK MAMMY TOOTHPICK HOLDER: Ceramic Black Mammy in red dress and red scarf with polka-dots, white apron, and holding black purse. SEE PIX. Measures about 3½” tall in perfect condition.
BLACK MAMMY HANGING NOTEPAD: Plastic Black Mammy in white dress with light green trim and red polka-dots, hangs on the wall with pencil (looks like she is holding a broom) and paper notepad for grocery list, etc. SEE PIX.
1917 “GREETINGS FROM THE HAPPY SOUTH” POSTCARD SET WITH ONE CENT POSTAGE STAMP: fold-out postcard booklet with 20 views/two-sided postcards and descriptions of scenes in the South for visitors from the North stating “This folder contains a set of typical Southern darky scenes, reproduce from actual photographs, showing the care-free and happy life of the Negro down in Dixie.” SEE PIX.
1941 “DOWN IN SUNNY DIXIE” POSTCARD SET: fold-out postcard booklet with 16 views and lyrics to song Dixieland For Me, by Kropp Company and Milwaukee WI. SEE PIX.
OTHER ITEMS INCLUDE (no room for more pictures but use Ask Question feature and I will post a picture for the item you want to see):
Handmade fabric Black Mammy toilet paper cover with floral dress, pink apron and scarf. Torso and head have flat bottom to sit on top of toilet paper roll while dress/apron cover and hide toilet paper roll.
Original Ralph Marlin Buckwheat man’s tie in black and white
“Sho’ is Fine” brand corn and cane syrup Post Card from G2 Ltd. in New Orleans LA"Mammy-Ann" open kettle cane syrup Post Card from G2 Ltd. in New Orleans LA
Old Mammy Shortening fiberboard hot pad with wire hook to hang on wall
J. P. Alleys Hambone Suites Five Cent Cigar advertising magnet, round 2½"
1946 “The Negro in America” Public Affairs Pamphlet No. 95 by Maxwell S. Stewart (original price 20 cents)“Raise Riots Aren’t Necessary” Public Affairs Pamphlet No.107 by Alfred McClung Lee (original price twenty cents)
Page containing ad from The Saturday Evening Post ,August 19, 1933 for Colgate’s Ribbon Dental Cream showing young black boy eating watermelon stating “Mebbe it will stain mah teeth – but here Ah goes.”Cream of Wheat one-page ads from 1916, 1921 and 1908.
Sheet music/cover including“I’m Going South” by Lewis and Winkler“Dancing Down in Dixieland” by Olman and BiboThe Darktown Strutter’s Ball “I’ll Be Down to Get You in a Taxi, Honey", etc. by Shelton Brooks“Mammy’s Lullaby" by Herman“Lazybones” by Mercer and Carmichael
1987 Calendar by Billy Gordon “You’ve Had Worse Things in Your Mouth” with water damage
OTHER INFORMATION:
All representations made herein are made in good faith but do not represent any warranty or guarantee as I am not an expert and it is up to you to do research, ask questions, inspect the goods for sale and satisfy yourself of every detail.
Black memorabilia: Black Americana is a type of African-American memorabilia that was mostly made from 1920 to 1960.

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