Another gorgeous vintage hand tinted postcard, courtesy of Joanne O. It's followed by an oldie but goodie--a vintage German Santa Claus candy container featured in a previous auction @ Croton's own SeriousToy.com - if you've got serious stuff, they've got serious bidders! And that's followed by a 1947 ad for one of the best movies ever made: THE GHOST & MRS. MUIR.
Tierney, Harrison and Sanders were never better. Click on the photos.
Hoping to make these today and modify them into small trees--we shall see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HtYSgK_WlIY
Now here's an outstanding collection of vintage Snowmen Christmas ornaments: http://bit.ly/2lUTnU4
A rare find from 1955; vintage Paramount Raylite "five" spot candolier http://bit.ly/2y5Nkxl
Vintage bottle brush trees http://on.fb.me/1IoNZKE
Wow--here's an outstanding--and early find from the Gong Bell Manufacturing company: a very large streetlight in primo condition: http://bit.ly/2y5tr9z
And now the latest "sale-ing" adventures of Rob and Monica: "Back into our old routine"--they've found some neat things as always--there are lots of photos.
We have to admit, however, we just love the turquoise and white television set!
Want more vintage? Go here for an outstanding collection of photos--lots of vintage and antique Christmas--and putz houses too!
Thanks, Maria! We loved the turquoise television too! We hope to find another some day!ReplyDelete
The vintage snowman collection is amazing! (Rob)