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Chuck's Turtle Collectibles (50) (North Downtown Lansing)

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One-of-a-kind Hicatee turtle handcrafted by a Ketchi Mayan from the village of Santa Cruz for $40.00

Not sure what the beads on this are. Could be a flat seed or small chip of wood/shell. They are not heavy enough to be small stones. Beautiful belt with hanging rattles (very musical!) is 28” long, plus string ties for $45.00

~48” loop string of the same ‘beads’ as the belt, all dyed the same reddish brown for $20.00

~63” loop string of the same ‘beads’ as the belt, dyed in various colors, for $20.00

80+ loose beads. These were in with the woven stuff. They strongly remind me of some tagua beads I bought long ago, but tagua does not occur near the Seri people. Selling in random groups of 20 for $6.00, or all 80+ for $20.00

Tightly woven flat-bottom basket from Middle Caicos for $25.00

Vintage turtle-shaped bottle openers. 3, each slightly different. $6.00 each or all 3 for $15.00

Group of keychains:
Spongebob Awesome. Like new. (couldn’t find one exactly like this on-line) for $9.00
Red metal turtle shape for $3.00
Florida sea turtle license plate with ‘helpingseaturtle.org’ info on back for $6.00
Green/orange/yellow cloth turtle fob for $3.00
Nice two-tone carved wooden turtle for $6.00
First World Congress of Herpetology key ring for $10.00
Charles Darwin Research Station key ring for $8.00
Carved wood turtle key ring for $3.00

Group of turtle bottle openers:
Terrapin Beer Co. for $5.00
Carta Blanca Protegela Caguama turtle-shaped key ring for $12.00
Aluminum Snapping turtle bottle opener. (Chuck glued a thin magnet to the back of this) $6.00 (2 available)
Old, well-used wooden Florida souvenir bottle opener for $3.00
Another vintage advertising bottle opener (Gene Davis, Collison, Ill. Phone 20) for $8.00

Group of turtle magnets:
Radical Reptiles cloth turtle for $3.00
Hand-beaded turtles with magnet glued onto plastrons. Yellow with carnival violet, rose with teal, or violet with yellow. $10.00 each or all three together for $25.00
Plastic? Clay? From Turkey for $8.00
Plastic? Clay? From Puerto Rico for $5.00
Layered eraser? From Hawaii for $5.00
Converted ornament (with magnet glued to back) for $2.00
Yellow scute center turtle for $3.00
Wooden carved turtle for $4.00
White toenail turtle for $3.00
Ceramic turtle with magnet glued to plastron for $4.00

Another group of turtle magnets:
Beautifully inlaid wood carved turtle for $7.00
Composite turtle with magnet glued on back from Loreto, B.C.S. Mexico. This guy has damage on his bottom jaw and is only $1.00
Nice, carved wooden turtle for $4.00
Nice, carved wooden turtle with shell carapace for $5.00
Very nice, carved wooden turtle. I cannot tell if the carapace is inlay or lightly etched and stained to this pattern. Quite attractive either way, for $7.00
Tiny turtle made of several different types of wood for $4.00
Crocodile magnet hiding among all the turtles for $4.00
Composite leatherback turtle for $3.00

Group of 13 assorted refrigerator magnets honoring turtles and/or turtle folks. Selling them as a group for $10.00

Very unusual item, this is an actual un-assembled beer can cylinder from the Brickskeller’s endangered species series, from the mid 1970’s. I’ve collected reptile brewerania for decades and not run across one of these before. Selling it for $15.00

Group of pins:
20th Anniversary of Disney’s Conservation Fund with baby sea turtle for $5.00
I Love Turtles (naturally) from stopseaturtlefarm.org for $3.00 (two available)
Wildlife in North Carolina Magazine 1993 with sea turtle for $3.00
TMNT for $2.00
15th Annual Sea Turtle Symposium 1995 oval for $6.00
Weird stuffed turtle with alien head for $2.00

Group of assorted turtle items:
TSA Light-Up Eraser, new in package for $4.00
Heavy cast-iron turtle with chain attached for $8.00
I Love Turtles (naturally) bottle opener/magnet for $10.00
Turtle X-ing pin for $2.00
Luggage tag from Rolf Wittmer (Tip Top Fleet in the Galapagos) for $8.00
Piece of magnetite (natural magnetic stone) for $3.00
Small turtle magnet for $2.00
Very cool ornament made with shells and woven grasses for $12.00
Necklace made with seed beads and a stylized carved stone turtle for $10.00

In the Sack? Save the Leatherback package of condoms for $5.00


If this ad is still up, the item is available; please do not contact me just to ask that.

If you are interested, either call or email (no texts). I usually check my computer a few times each day, or you can often reach me quicker by calling the house phone between 7am and 8pm. (click ‘reply’, then ‘show phone number’)

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