Wednesday, November 26, 2014

MORE FABULOUS VINTAGE WEBSITES, FINDS, ETC. FROM EVERYTHING CROTON

Some wonderful finds for you today--first up, a fab photo (no copyright restrictions) from LOC--for the Wilson Store, circa 1910, 1920--a window filled with the latest baby carriages--it's followed by a close-up of the window so you can see all that vintage goodness.

And these are followed by a great battery operated 1950's made in Japan poodle with bone--and her name is Mimi of course! We don't know which we like better: the graphics on the box or the actual toy!

Click on the photos and enjoy!

And from Tom Hull, a mini hacienda putz house, made in Occupied Japan; click on the link and keep scrolling down the page once you get there http://bit.ly/1xU3JAO

Keep scrolling down this page for some cool Christmas paper mache—unfinished—objects—prices aren’t bad either http://www.thecraftshoppe.com/christmas.html and http://www.thecraftshoppe.com/christmas2.html

And drumroll please...WELCOME to the November, 2014 update of Trains-N-Towns(tm), the Official Newsletter of BIGIndoorTrains.com

This newsletter serves families who like O Scale trains and Christmas Trains, including those who are interested in combining On30, O gauge, or vintage toy trains with collectible villages or vintage accessories. It is produced in conjunction with the Big IndoorTrains(tm) and Big Christmas Trains(tm) web sites. Click on the following link.  http://www.bigindoortrains.com/trains_n_towns/14_11_newsletter_indoor.htm

2 comments:

  1. My sister had one of these poodles, very similar, but it was FIFI, lol.

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  2. Check out the curtains up top of the window.

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