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Vintage Pinup Postcards

Lots of Vintage Pinup Postcards from the 1940’s and onwards. These listings features rare vintage & sometimes risque vintage pinup postcards. Some may have been used and have writing on the back, some maybe unused. Most are standard vintage card size of 5.5 inches wide and 3.5 inches tall. Collectors look for crisp corners with no folds or bends, no rips and no color fading. Some of these listings maybe for collections of vintage pinup postcards. Very rare post cards are waiting to be sold right now!

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Posted on Aug 25th, 2016 by Pin Up Collector     

Retro and Vintage Tshirts

I don’t have enough fingers or toes to count the times that I’ve found the holy grail of vintage t shirts, only to find that they are filled with moth bites or 20 year old mustard stains. There are many precautions I take when buying vintage clothing.

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Posted on Aug 24th, 2016 by Pin Up Collector     

Rolf Armstrong Pin-Up Prints

Rolf Armstrong’s portraits of famous actresses and idealized “girls-next-door” made him one of the highest paid commercial artists in America. Widely considered the “Father of Pin-Up Artists,” his first calendar pin-up, created in 1919, defined the vision of feminine beauty for the next forty years. Here are a few listings of some vintage pinup prints available online.

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Posted on Aug 24th, 2016 by Pin Up Collector     

Rockabilly Dresses

Are you into womens Rockabilly clothing and accessories? Rockabilly Dresses are inspired by vintage pin-up girls, and retro fashions from the 1940’s and 50s with accessories like skulls, cherries, gingham and leopard print patterns. There is a classic sexy charm that these retro rockabilly clothes convey. Check out some of these available Rockabilly Dresses available online.

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Posted on Aug 23rd, 2016 by Pin Up Collector     

Unpublished Pictures of Elizabeth Taylor

While not really considered a pin up girl, Elizabeth Taylor was a true “Movie Star”. Elizabeth Taylor was the biggest star of the LIFE MAGAZINE era. She appeared on the cover a record 14 times, starting when she was just 15 years old, and over the following decades many LIFE photographers like Paul Schutzer, Peter Stackpole, Allan Grant, and George Silk captured the astonishingly beautiful movie star as she basked in love, work, motherhood, and the kind of international fame that few entertainers these days can ever hope to achieve.

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Posted on Aug 23rd, 2016 by Pin Up Collector     

1000 Pin-Up Girls (25th Anniversary Special Edtn)

“Girls, Gags & Giggles” – this was publisher Robert Harrison’s recipe for dishing up the American pin-up to the U.S. male. In the 1950s, his girlie magazines sold by the millions, before becoming icons of pulp and trash culture. These skilfully illustrated girls with their curvaceous forms and inviting lingerie soon overtook America’s national dessert, […]

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Posted on Aug 22nd, 2016 by Pin Up Collector     

The Glamour Art of Rolf Armstrong

Rolf Armstrong’s luminous portraits of famous actresses and idealized girls-next-door made him one of the highest paid commercial artists in America. Widely considered the “Father of Pin-Up Artists,” his first calendar pin-up, created in 1919, defined the vision of feminine beauty for the next forty years. Today, the very same characteristics that defined Armstrong’s art in the first place—grace, vibrancy, and an indescribable lifelike quality—are attracting a growing number of modern art devotees everywhere.

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Posted on Aug 22nd, 2016 by Pin Up Collector     

Memphis Belle Posters

Memphis Belle was the nickname of a B-17F Flying Fortress during the Second World War that inspired the making of two motion pictures: a 1944 documentary film, Memphis Belle: A Story of a Flying Fortress, and a 1990 Hollywood feature film, Memphis Belle. It was one of the first U.S. Army Air Forces heavy bombers to complete 25 combat missions (the first being Hell’s Angels). The plane and crew then returned to the United States to sell war bonds. The original airplane is undergoing extensive restoration at the National Museum of the United States Air Force in Dayton, Ohio.

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Posted on Aug 21st, 2016 by Pin Up Collector     

Tee Time Poster Print

New York City Iron Workers, Golf, Tee Time. The old knickers meet the high construction beams over New York City that was once part of our countrys skyline. A very cool image from an old era. Tee Time Pinup Posters and Prints Online

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Posted on Aug 21st, 2016 by Pin Up Collector     

Rosie The Rivetor Posters, Pins, Signs & Buttons

Rosie The Rivetor Posters, Pins, Signs & Buttons Who was Rosie the Riveter? Find out more about the contributions by women to the World War Two Home Front from the Rosie the Riveter Memorial.   What Is the Rosie the Riveter Memorial? The Rosie the Riveter Memorial: Honoring American Women’s Labor During WWII, is the […]

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Posted on Aug 20th, 2016 by Pin Up Collector     

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