Vintage Halloween
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Vintage Halloween

Vintage Halloween

Vintage Halloween-inspired artisan pieces from Roger’s Gardens, Newport Beach

 (Roger’s Gardens)
Vintage Halloween

Vintage Halloween-inspired artisan pieces from Roger’s Gardens, Newport Beach

 (Roger’s Gardens )
Vintage Halloween

This Halloween Pops sucker holder was produced by the E. Rosen Co. of Providence, R.I., sometime from 1948-52. It is valued at $500.

 (E. Rosen Co. of Providence)
Vintage Halloween

Vintage Halloween-inspired artisan pieces from Roger’s Gardens, Newport Beach

 (Roger’s Gardens)
Vintage Halloween

This is a boxed set of six assorted leaf face seals produced by Dennison and first appearing in their retail catalogs called Bogie Books in 1924. It is valued at $180.

 (Dennison)
Vintage Halloween

This is a winged ghost table decoration produced by Beistle of Shippensburg, Penn., in 1925. This is hard to find complete and is valued at $400.

 (Beistle)
Vintage Halloween

Vintage Halloween-inspired artisan pieces from Roger’s Gardens.

 (Roger’s Gardens)
Vintage Halloween

This suitcase candy container is marked “Made in Saxony” and dates to 1910-14. It has a number of faux stickers like Black Cat Hotel, Oct 31st, Pumpkin Hotel, Great Witch Railway and Halloween Express. Made from lithoed paper, it contains a thicker cardboard slide box to hold hard candies. Measuring just 1.25 inches high by 0.5 inch wide by 1.75 inches long, it is valued at $1,000.

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Vintage Halloween

Vintage Halloween-inspired artisan pieces from Roger’s Gardens.

 (Roger’s Gardens)
Vintage Halloween

This non-embossed diecut of a broom and witch staring grimly ahead was made by Beistle during the late 1950s. It is valued at $300.

 (Beistle)
Vintage Halloween

Vintage Halloween-inspired artisan pieces from Roger’s Gardens, Newport Beach

 (Roger’s Gardens )
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