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Black Americana Chalkware Boy with Watermelon Bank

A wonderful and original piece of Black Americana from the late 1940s / early 1950s. This young black boy sits with his knees drawn and arms outstretched to keep the partially cut watermelon secure on his lap. He wears red overalls and a matching red cap, with the slice from the watermelon serving as the coin slot.Stands 12" high and is in excellent condition, with only a few minor nicks in the paint, the two most notable ones being at the watermelon rim. There's not even..

$120.00

Larger F&F Mold and Die Black Americana Uncle Moses Pepper Shaker

According to Antique Trader's Black Americana, F&F Mold & Die produced its figural hard plastic Uncle Moses and Aunt Jemima salt and pepper shakers in two sizes, 3-1/2" and 5-1/4". This fabulous Black Americana treasure features Uncle Mose in the larger pepper form. If you're needing both shakers, you're in luck — you'll find I've listed Aunt Jemima separately in consideration of the shopper who may already have one, now needing only the other. This Uncle Moses is ..

$12.00

Larger F&F Mold Die Black Americana Aunt Jemima Salt Shaker

According to Antique Trader's Black Americana (2nd ed.), F&F Mold & Die produced its figural hard plastic Aunt Jemima and Uncle Moses salt and pepper shakers in two sizes, 3-1/2" and 5-1/4". This fabulous Black Americana treasure features Aunt Jemima in the larger form. If you're needing both shakers, you're in luck -- you'll find I've listed Uncle Moses separately in consideration of the shopper who may already have one, now needing only the other. This Aunt Jemim..

$12.00

National Silver Pottery Black Americana Mammy Cookie Jar

Adding to our Black Americana collection, this wonderful Mammy cookie jar was distributed by the National Silver Company in the late 1940s / early 1950s. According to the Illustrated Value Guide to Cookie Jars, Book II, the National Silver Company 'was another distributor that did not manufacture any of the products they sold. It is difficult to tell who made the cookie jars for them since they had several different companies commissioned to manufacture the items they sold.' ..

$85.00