MLB Autograph Baseball Card Set

Includes Autographed Card!

Mega unsearched set includes 375 baseball cards from the 1980s and 1990s in their original, unopened packs! All the big brand names are here, from Topps, Score, Donruss, Pinnacle and more. Plus, each set will include one genuine autographed card.

The really exciting part? Randomly inserted into 1 out of every 200 sets is an authentic autographed Mickey Mantle vintage baseball card — a card worth up to several hundred dollars online! Limit of 5 sets per order.

This item is non-returnable.

Save 10% when you buy 2 or more!





Mrs. Beasley Vinyl Plush Doll

Mrs. Beasley, Buffy’s favorite doll on the popular 1960’s TV sitcom Family Affair, never spoke on the show, but this reproduction says eleven phrases just like the cherished original you remember.

Pull the cord in her back and hear her say: “I do think you’re the nicest little friend I ever had,” “Speak a little louder, dear, so Mrs. Beasley™ can hear you,” and more. Her voice is newly recorded in character by actress Cheryl Ladd.

With a soft body, vinyl head and blonde hair, she wears the familiar blue dress with white polka dots and yellow trim, sewn-on shoes, and the distinctive black, square frame glasses. Very limited quantities.

Mrs. Beasley™ & © 2000 Family Affair Co. All rights reserved.

This doll is not suitable for young children. For children 14 years or older.

John Wayne Bust

The perfect gift for John Wayne fans.

The bust measures approximately 11 cm (W) x 18cm (H) and his signature is etched on the attached stand. It is made from quality resin and is 100% officially licensed merchandise.




Betty’s Attic: Nostalgic Collectibles

We are so excited that Betty’s Attic® has invited us to be one of their affiliates and allow us to bring their merchandise to our followers. Its appeal is limitless, from “baby boomers” hoping to find items that remind them of times past to twenty-somethings admiring the atmosphere of another generation.

Keep looking to see what we will be able to find.





The Chautauqua Belles Tour of Mansion Series I

Review by Linda Morris

In 1885, after her dear Mother Patricia’s death, with both parents gone, Rebecca Galloway leaves her home in Newfane, New York. With a friend’s letter of recommendation, she travels by train to a Victorian Mansion in an elite section of Buffalo, New York in search of employment as a maid in the home of Alyce and Parker Eaton. Sadie, the trusted family cook, gives Rebecca a trial as a house maid, which Mrs. Eaton later approves. Her services are needed to serve that evening’s birthday dinner for Alyce’s younger Brother Marshall Chambers who is visiting with their parents from Rochester. Little does Rebecca know that, later that evening, a cruel twist of fate at the hands of Marshall will forever change her future.

It isn’t long before Sadie realizes that Rebecca is pregnant and gently confronts her. The scared young woman tells her of Marshall’s attack when she delivered the pitchers of the evening’s water to the bedrooms before bedtime. Sadie offers Rebecca support to help her figure out a solution by the time she begins to show and no longer will be allowed to work for the Eatons.

Alyce is livid when she discovers Rebecca’s secret, and she orders her out of her home. Sadie steps in and tells her about Marshall’s attack. Rebecca is allowed to stay overnight while Sadie comes up with arrangements for the young woman to stay with members of her family. By morning, Alyce, who has been unable to conceive, comes up with a plan to allow Rebecca to stay as long as she gives her child up to the Eatons to raise as their own. On the eve of June 19, 1886 Rebecca goes into labor.

Fast forward to 1904 in Madelia, New York. Rebecca Galloway lives in a room with her beautiful daughter Patricia in Anne and George Kaufman’s home-store, where she works as a clerk. Patricia has no idea that she has a twin sister living in Buffalo as the daughter of the Eatons. When her mother finds out that she is dying of cancer, she is forced to reveal the secret of the birth of her twin daughters. Even the Eatons never knew about a twin. They only knew that Rebecca disappeared from their home sometime after Sadie handed them their beautiful daughter, the first of two baby girls born that night.

While Anne and Rebecca have been as close as sisters, leaving Patricia in Anne’s care isn’t possible. Husband George has a roving eye, and Rebecca fears for her daughter’s safety when she is no longer there to protect her. She makes Anne promise to send Patricia to the Eaton’s in Buffalo immediately after her funeral. Will Patricia’s journey to find her twin sister lead to acceptance or rejection when she finally meets her and her parents?

This Christian Historical Fiction, arranged in three parts, weaves the devout Christian Faith of Rebecca, Patricia, and other characters throughout the storyline. Locations include the Hotel Athenaeum at the Chautauqua Institution in Chautauqua, New York. This title is part of “The Tour of Mansion Series 1” that includes homes based on actual historical mansions that are open for public tours.

I have always been a fan of Historical Fiction Novels, and this one didn’t disappoint. The characters were interesting, and the plot held my interest such that I finished the 352 page book in two days. This well-written novel incorporates well-researched facts as to historical time periods and locations. This was my first read as part of a three-month free trial of Kindle Unlimited. I definitely will be reading another in the series.





I Am Not A Monster

I Am Not A Monster started out great. The problem was the first chapter did not have anything to do with the book. The women showed up close to the end for a few paragraphs but it did not add anything to the story. One problem was the book was written in Spanish and translated into English. In some places it just didn’t work. It was very hard to read and understand at times. Some paragraphs started with someone talking and the reader had no idea who it was for a few pages. Then there is the ending. It could have been great, but the author chose to let the murderer tell us about it. After reading the whole book without a clue it was really a let down. It could have been great if it had been written different.

Thank you NetGalley and AmazonCrossing for my digital copy in exchange for an honest review. 





ThunderShirt Sport Dog Anxiety Jacket

If your dog is scared of fireworks, thunder or any other loud noise this ThunderShirt jacket is a MUST try!! Even if you dog is not afraid loud noises but does do have anxiety, the swaddling effect of these shirts will help to calm them. They can also be used to help keep your dog warm while outdoors when the weather is cold.

The jackets come in 7 or 8 sizes. There are also a few different types from ThunderShirt also.





Murder at Melrose Court

A 1920s Country House Murder

Heathcliff Lennox Book 1

This book is a cute cozy mystery with a surprise ending. It starts with a body on the doorstep and just takes off from there. There is dry humor and wit. The characters are characters and at times I found myself laughing and shaking my head. I really enjoyed the mystery and hope the author writes another book with Major Heathcliff Lennox soon.