It's followed by one of our favorite toys from a past auction @ Croton's own SeriousToyz--check out this wonderful piece of lithographed tin, a wind-up made in Germany monkey, produced by Arnold, US Zone, 1940's, 4.25" - AND AN OLDIE BUT INCREDIBLE GOODIE--Judee St. P's amazing Christmas putz village! Click on the photos.
A great collection of vintage train/Marxville accessories http://bit.ly/10XskIn
A Montgomery ward putz house set 1950's http://bit.ly/1u2OuDO
So you love the vintage clip on mushroom glass Christmas tree ornaments but the last time you checked them out on EBAY, you ran for the hills.
Check out these vintage inspired repros--admittedly not cheap--but certainly less than the real thing:
A very young Pat Boone
publicity shot, circa 1960
Want more vintage? Go here
JEANNE ROBERTSON: A very funny lady, courtesy of Croton's own Tom Faranda's Folly http://tomfaranda.typepad.com/folly/2014/11/jeanne-robertson-dont-trick-or-treat-without-the-right-costume.html
LOVE the storefront, especially the old hand-painted signs.ReplyDelete
"Marble Bar" is an old name for soda fountains. I don't know if "New York Marble Bar" was a chain in Australia or a single store. But there's an interior stock photo (for license) of a Brisbane "New York Marble Bar" at this URL:
wow look at that christmas village. is there a loveseat under all that? yes I bet there is!ReplyDelete