Sit back and relax in a comfy chair and read all about the latest vintage junk treasures we found. Mr. Deanie once again found most of them. He is my very own treasure! The thing he brought home on Friday made my heart beat faster. It was love at first sight.
One look at this new-to-us vintage junk treasure and I was hooked! Its sleek lines, its shiny black exterior and those gorgeous glass keys had me at first glance. This beauty that I fell in love with is a Royal 1935 typewriter! I will love it for awhile before it is pried out of my hands and sold to its new owner. If you want to know more about typewriters that I have
tried not to hoard found read here.
Now let’s see what other vintage junk treasures we found recently. It seems like vintage cameras are popping up everywhere. So here are two more beauties.
The one on top of the books is the Kodak Duaflex Camera with Kodak Lens and was made from 1947-1950. The folding camera is a Kodak Jiffy Six-16 camera which was made from 1937-1948. It was advertised as the simplest folding camera ever devised. It originally sold for $9.00.
Vintage Pyrex is never passed up if it has not been placed in the dishwasher which wears off the finish. The mixing bowl set is Woodland pattern. The square cake pan is in the lime color.
We found a Buddy L firetruck missing its wheels and a Tonka tow truck. Then we found a Zig-Zag Comic Express wind-up train.
A nice Stanley No. 36 Folding wood rule, a Corbin Cabinet Lock and a Fishing Barometer.
Two stainless steel percolators, a green lettered Pyrex measuring cup, a 1969 Barsottini Vino Rosso Friar/Monk decanter and a United Metal Works electric clock.
8 gallon Robinson Ransbottom crock with lid and a 4 gallon crock with spigot and lid.
Mr. Deanie found this print yesterday. This vintage print is referred to as Morning, the Dance of the Nymphs. It is by the French artist, Jean Baptiste Camille Corot (1796-1875). It shows mythological nymphs and satyrs dancing in the forest at dawn.
Wishing each of you a great journey in your hunt for vintage junk treasures and make sure to have fun along the way! Remember you are making memories!
Wishing you many blessings in 2017.
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