Junk Treasures #12

Welcome to Junk Treasures #12. I found almost all of these treasures at one sale. My nephew let us know that his neighbors out in the country were having a large garage sale. There were lots of vintage and rusty crusty treasures! The icing on the cake was that the people were great! I had a wonderful time visiting with them and hope to see them again.

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This is a 1960s large glass ice bucket or wine cooler. It was made by Anchor Hocking in the USA. The brown drip pitcher is Hull and the white coffee mug is Fire King.

 

Great vintage midcentury Eskimo fan, Harmony House alarm clock, Eveready and Rayovac flashlights and a vintage Shawnee planter.

Great vintage midcentury Eskimo fan, Harmony House alarm clock, Eveready and Rayovac flashlights and a vintage planter. The fan needs a good cleaning!

 

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Rex-Ray midcentury fan, Wolverine adding machine, Bar Aid and transistor radios.

Rex-Ray midcentury fan, Wolverine adding machine, Bar Aid and transistor radios. This Bar Aid was made in Japan, probably 1950s. It has recipes for 80 drinks! You just dial the number of the drink you want to make!

 

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An old metal chicken feeder, baby size A & W root beer mug, Niferex advertising cast iron ashtray, Towa typewriter oil can and Glasbake Queen Anne baking dish.

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My two little pickers in training helped find a lot of these items. They did a super job! They found these adjustable window screens in the free pile!

 

Vintage West German barometer with built-in stand, scotty dog coasters, vintage photo album and folding ruler.

Vintage West German barometer with built-in stand, scotty dog coasters, vintage photo album and folding ruler.

maninswimsuitThis is one of the photos from the little photo album. It is priceless! Look at what they are wearing. I love it!

sifter

I love the patina on this small sifter.

kitchenjunk

I buy a lot of vintage kitchen items as they are good sellers for me.

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Here is one of my 2 Junk Containers. This one has shelves on 3 walls. I am still organizing it but I will show you soon how I organize my junk treasures and how you can too! You can use my methods whether you have a giant container like mine or a small closet space. This is 8 feet x 24 feet. I have one other the same size that holds finished/ready to sell furniture or other large items. I am so blessed that Mr. Deanie got these for me. I think he wants the garage back!

I am always so very very honored to have one of my posts featured at a link party.

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This post was featured this last week on 3 blog sites! Thank you! I am humbled. The sites were:

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Please visit these three blogs! You will be glad you did!

 

Thank you for taking the time to read this far! I really appreciate it and love to read comments.

Wishing each of you a great journey in your hunt for vintage items and make sure to have fun along the way! Remember you are making memories!

Wishing you many blessings in 2016,
Dianne

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