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Items can be purchased using personal checks, money orders, and Paypal. My address is Stuart Schneider, 820 Kinderkamack Road, River Edge, NJ 07661 and my Paypal name and email address is Stuarts1031@ (note, I put a space in my email address so that automatic email harvesters don't get my email address). Postage and handling, and insurance (if you want it) will be added to your order once the weight is figured. I mail using the US Postal Service with delivery confirmation. Email me to reserve the item numbers that you want and don't forget to include your name and address if you are a new customer.

Terms: You can return any item to me within 10 days for any reason. If I misdescribed it, I will refund your postage both ways. If you are dissatisfied, you pay postage both ways.


1910 Pear's Soap advertisement. About 5 1/2 x 7 1/2 inches. $15.00, item #Soap108



October 1, 1882 engraving of the Great comet as seen from the H.M.S. Orion on Lake Timsah, Egypt. (The actual image does not have the irritating moire pattern.) It is 3 1/2 x 10 inches. Item #19-1882, (SOLD)

A beautiful 1910 series of 6 German real photo postcards showing a couple romantically looking at the comet. Postally unused. $120.00, item #PC6CARDS

1910 Pear's Soap advertisement. About 5 1/2 x 7 1/2 inches. $15.00, item #Soap109 1910 Sapolio's Soap advertisement. About 5 1/2 x 7 1/2 inches. $15.00, item #Soap110

1910 Sapolio's Soap advertisement. About 5 1/2 x 7 1/2 inches. $15.00, item #Soap111

A real photo comet postcard from 1910 celebrating the wine harvest. $28.00, HC 205


1910 Halley's Comet Rag sheet music by Harry Lincoln. Repair along left side (10 3/4 x 13 3/4 inches). About 12 x 15 inches. $32.00,

item #HCRag 112


1910 glass slide showing Halley's Comet as illustrated on the Bayeux Tapestry. $24.00, HC207

1910 Edmund Halley cigar box label. Mint, it is 9.0 by 6.5 inches. $16.00, item #HC122

In 1908 a comet appeared in the skies, discovered by Professor Morehouse who, using a spectrometer, discovered that there was cyanogen gas in the comet's tail. This led to the belief that we would all be killed by cyanide gas when Halley's Comet arrived in 1910 and the Earth passed through its tail. In 1910, this stereocard was sold by Keystone views to take advantage of the interest in Halley's Comet. (SOLD), item #HC123-2

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