Welcome to Deanie’s Stash, this is the place I like to share vintage finds and give you more information about those finds. If you are new, thank you for stopping by. If you are a frequent visitor you will realize that I have been gone for a few months. I am back and ready to share some more vintage junk treasures.
Most of the finds this past year were found by Mr. Deanie, so I have to give him the credit for finding most of the vintage junk treasures in 2017.
This is a vintage tabletop pinball machine named The Rambler. As you can see at the lower right there is a plunger to pull that would shoot your marble out. It was made in the 1930s.
This tin toy was made in West Germany and has a slide lever to make it work. It is in excellent condition. The countries names are in German. It works well. The rockets fly outward on the chain while it is spinning.
A classic bakelite Viewmaster made by Sawyer’s in Portland, Oregon. It is a Model C made between 1946-1955. It came with a number of great reels in their original envelopes.
Two packages of vintage Tinkertoys.
A box of classic Disney Golden Books.
A vintage Amerscope microscope in wooden case, instruction manual, lens tissue and instruments. This is a nice metal microscope.
A Musicaire radio Model No. 30. It has a Bakelite case which needs some cleaning and polishing. The cord needs replacement. It would be a nice project to restore. The Musicaire radios were sold by Coast to Coast stores.
This is a nice nautical theme General Electric clock, model 41186.
A vintage Revere Eight movie camera in nice Bakelite case.
1950s American Bisque cookie jar – cute bear.
And no good vintage junk treasure finds would be complete without at least one Pyrex piece!
A red Pyrex mixing bowl and 2 Pyrex Friendship bowls made from 1971-1974.
I hope you have enjoyed our recent vintage junk treasures and will stop by again soon.
Wishing you many blessings in your life in 2018.
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