1956 silver quarter. Circle necklace silver.

1956 Silver Quarter

1956 silver quarter
  • provide housing for (military personnel)
  • a district of a city having some distinguishing character; "the Latin Quarter"
  • Each of four equal or corresponding parts into which something is or can be divided
  • A period of fifteen minutes or a point of time marking the transition from one fifteen-minute period to the next
  • A period of three months regarded as one fourth of a year, used esp. in reference to financial transactions such as the payment of bills or a company's earnings
  • one-fourth: one of four equal parts; "a quarter of a pound"
  • Provide (mirror glass) with a backing of a silver-colored material in order to make it reflective
  • made from or largely consisting of silver; "silver bracelets"
  • Coat or plate with silver
  • coat with a layer of silver or a silver amalgam; "silver the necklace"
  • a soft white precious univalent metallic element having the highest electrical and thermal conductivity of any metal; occurs in argentite and in free form; used in coins and jewelry and tableware and photography
  • (esp. of the moon) Give a silvery appearance to
  • 1956 (MCMLVI) was a leap year starting on Sunday (link will display full calendar) of the Gregorian calendar.
  • 1956 is an album by hip hop group, Soul-Junk. It was released in July, 2000 on 5 Minute Walk. Some tracks were selected to appear on the MTV reality show Road Rules.
1956 silver quarter - Hard to
Hard to Find Jukebox Classics 1956
Hard to Find Jukebox Classics 1956
With so many labels and so many CD's, you'd think it would be easy to find all the top hits from the fabulous 50's. Not so! To remedy this musical misfortune, Hit Parade Records inaugurates their new year-by-year CD series with Hard To Find Jukebox Classics 1956. This exciting, audiophile-quality disc is bulging with 24 classic pop, vocal group, folk, and early rock 'n' roll hits. All these platters made the Top 40 - sixteen hit the Top 10, three made it all the way to #1 - but just try and find these terrific songs today!
Hard To Find Jukebox Classics 1956 includes eight songs never available on CD till now, including Fess Parker's "Wringle Wrangle" (#12), Dorothy Collins' "My Boy - Flat Top" (#15), and the stereo single version of Morris Stoloff's #1 smash, "Moonglow & Theme from 'Picnic'." Others, like the Cheers' tragicomic "Black Denim Trousers" (featuring Bert Convey) or Tony Bennett's rapturous "Can You Find It In Your Heart " are very difficult - if not impossible - to find on CD these days.
Hit Parade Records is a new Canadian label dedicated to finding, restoring, and preserving lost treasures like these. Exclusively distributed in the United States by Eric Records, Hit Parade employs many of the same creative folks who lovingly compile those great Eric CD's - including Greg Adams, whose detailed liner notes with biographies of all the artists will fascinate you for almost as long as the full hour it will take you to listen to Hard To Find Jukebox Classics 1956! And, don't miss Hit Parade's other great collections, Fabulous Fifties Divas and Fabulous Fifties Crooners as well as The Complete Original Hits Of Georgia Gibbs.

85% (5)
Cathedral of the Holy Cross, Coat of Arms
Cathedral of the Holy Cross, Coat of Arms
Coat of Arms of the Anglican Diocese of North West Australia, brushed and pierced steel, on western side of entrance to Cathedral of the Holy Cross in Geraldton, Western Australia. The Arms were granted in 1956. The 1st quarter is the original Anglican Diocese of Australia created in 1836, the 2nd and 4th show a pearl shell, boomerang and spear indicated the vast extent of the diocese, and the 3rd shows a black swan for the State of Western Australia. The shield is surmounted by a bishop's mitre
Gasmask Tintype
Gasmask Tintype
Finally got to do more wet-plate work yesterday. I love the smell of ether in the morning :-) Steve patiently posed for me with his German WW2 child's gasmask that barely fits him. Exposure was f/8 @ 8 seconds in open shade on quarter plate aluminum shot with my 1956 Speed Graphic. More to come... Happy Thanksgiving. Don't forget your gasmasks! (to protect you from the bird flu)

1956 silver quarter
1956 silver quarter
'50s Retro Candy Decade Birthday Gift Box - Nostalgic Candy: 1956
1956 Birthday box contains 40 kinds of retro nostalgic candy: Includes: Atomic Fireball, Bag-O-Gold Bubble Gum, BB Bat, Bit-O-Honey, Bottle Caps, Candy Buttons, Candy Cigarettes, Candy Lipstick, Candy Necklace, Charleston Chew, Chick-O-Stick, Chiclets, Chuckles, Coconut Long Boy, Dots, Doscher's French Chew Taffy, Dubble Bubble Gum, Fun Dip, Giant Taffy, Jr. Gobstoppers, Good & Plenty, Jujubes, Lemonheads, Licorice Pipe, Lotsa Fizz, Mary Jane, Necco Wafers, Now & Later, Pixy Stix, Pop Rocks, Razzles, Red Hots, Root Beer Barrel, Sixlets, Smarties, Sugar Daddy, Sweet Tarts, Tootsie Roll, Wax Lips, and Zotz.

See also:
silver gift articles
silver necklace with charms
silver dipped rose
pitbull silver bikini
silver chain by the inch
silver heart bookmark
silver candle tray