Some great things today. As always, click on the photos and links.
First up, an oldie but goodie: a wonderful find courtesy of Scott, and sliced into three parts for
your viewing pleasure, a rare 1945 ad for A TREE GROWS IN BROOKLYN, one
of the best films ever. Superb acting, great casting. Put this movie on your must-see list.
followed by a page from the 1933 Walter & Stevenson Toy
Catalog, Australian, courtesy of Rebecca's Collections.
There is so much
putz house inspiration here for the crafter, Britains pieces,
dollhouses, flattie potential/inspiration, etc. It's a goldmine; see the entire catalogue here. Again, click on the photos and links.
AND MORE--KEYSTONE BUILDINGS, FLICKR ALBUM! SAYS REBECCA: These tiny model buildings are probably made by Keystone of Boston. The two storey houses are about 2 inches
tall; the garage is 1 1/4 inches tall. The figures in the photos are
1:160 Z scale plastic model railway figures by Preiser. GREAT GRAPHICS, MORE HERE
TO KATHY; here is the Shamrock paper candy box pattern you are looking for from PAPERGLITTERGLUE
The "latest" products at Meyer Imports: miniatures, glitter and more. Click here.
Train-time; the K-Line Colonial House http://bit.ly/1Og8iL2
Oehmen has made molds for replacing the missing bisque figures that
originally came with some of the earlier vintage made in Japan putz
houses. Read more here
For the reader looking for those "unusual" vintage putz house windows, it's hard to tell from your description but perhaps these are the ones you are referring to? Go to http://bit.ly/1O0Jr3a
For the reader looking for more "model train catalogs", check this out.
TO SEE THE LAST EDITION OF MORE FABULOUS VINTAGE WEBSITES, FINDS, ETC. FROM EVERYTHING CROTON, CLICK HERE
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Lloyd Nolan was so young here. But his voice was even then very distinctive, and I knew right away who it was. One of my favorite movies of all time.ReplyDelete