The old Gandy Ice Cream Maker to the right was found in New York and bought at an EBay auction.
The old "GANDY'S" advertising creamer to the left was won on EBay auction on Jan 12, 2005. It went for $51.00. (Description: - miniature individual size of 1-15/16" X 1-3/8" at base. This one has the old mark on bottom "Diamond superimposed over an I in an O" from the Owens-Illinois Glass Co. - Double sided SCARCE BLUE pyro lettering - "GANDY'S" in a banner over large "G" in a diamond - same on front & back. In very good condition - no chips or cracks.)
More Gandy Dairy bottles from Abilene Texas
This Gandy Ice Cream sign was found in Florida. It has the same logo as the Gandy Dairies in Texas.
This beautiful picture was drawn by Herbert Gandy of England is titled "Love Token".
It was discovered in an old Magazine in 1800s.
1) Advertisement above left was printed in 1898. The size is 5 ¼ x 8 ¼ (Original Athchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Advertisement: The California Limited - The perfect train) C. A. Higgins, Asst. General Passenger Agent, Chicago Art signed, C. Gandy. 2) The Indian boys advertisement for Santa Fe Railroad was published in the Schribner's Magazine in 1899.
Mrs. Arthur Gandy and her children won a Lifebuoy contest. Their picture was publiched in the Ladies Home Journal in 1924.
The old leather business card holder was found in New York.
It has a gold imprint with "Gandy 1929" on it.
We found a business directory listing a Gandy Leathering Co in New York.
Vintage copper lamp made from
GANDY METAL SPINNING WORKS
Cleveland, Ohio. The Copper light
is 14 " tall with a 7 1/2" wide shade.
This old 1952 post card is of Gandy's Restaurant 203 Cherry St. in Jamestown, NY
This famous restaurant was operated by the Russell family for over 33 years.
It specialized in Seafoods, Steak and Chops.
It was located in the heart of Jamestown on Routes 17 and 60 only a few minutes drive from
beautiful Chautauqua Lake and the World Famous Chautauqua Institution.
An old seafood plate and menu from Gandy's was also found on EBay.
Serena from London bought this charming teaset on EBay. The owner did not know anything about it's history. If you can add some information on where this set came from please email Serena. You can visit her wonderful webpage called The Crooked House and see her beautiful collection of tea cups and art.
If you have anything with the name "Gandy" on it or would like to share your Gandy items by sending us your picture please
Email us at Mauri@gandybooks.com