Friday, July 25, 2014

Wednesday, July 23, 2014




Had to make a quick trip down south to see family but we're back now and the SHOP is up again.

Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Ralph Goltry





Ralph Goltry was born in 1884 near Chanute, Kansas in the Big Creek area. He studied with Charles A. Wilimovsky at the Kansas City Art Institute. When he graduated in 1904 he toured the western United States in his model T Ford making a living painting signs.

In 1922 he moved into a house in Phoenix which had a porch on the second story he could use as a studio. Goltry became a founding member of the Phoenix Art Guild. Fellow Kansas artist, John Stuart Curry, often came to visit and the two would tour and paint the Southwest together. Ralph became active also in the Taos, New Mexico art community.

During the remainder of his life, Goltry remained in Phoenix and sold his paintings of the local landscapes. He died in 1971.

I'm selling this on Ebay right now, check out the listing HERE for more pics and info . 

Thanks,
Davy at Old -Son

 

Friday, June 20, 2014

Vintage 1930's Wool US Navy WW2 Submariner Coat / Jacket @sz 36-38 Small RARE



 Has all the original buttons

 Tag is gone but the stitches are still there
 the banding around the middle 3 buttonholes is letting go a bit










 inside stitching where the tag was, and broken hanging loop











overall, a beautiful coat in great condition for its age and rarity. I'm selling this on the Ebay HERE

Thursday, June 19, 2014

1930's US Navy Submariner Details


Center photo via the incomparable SANFORIZED. The top and bottom photos are of my vintage Submariner which I'm putting up for sale tomorrow.

Monday, June 16, 2014

1930's U.S. NAVY SUBMARINER (coming soon)



Check out this great Submariner over on SANFORIZED (p.s. I have one of my own that's going up for sale soon . Keep checking in.)