As always, some wonderful finds. Click on the photos and links.
By special request an old but goodie from putz house artisan Howard Lamey---his "Barn putz house"--and yes there are little rocking chairs on the porch. See it from start to finish (3 pages with lots of details!) at the forums: http://bit.ly/1h9zddm
When it comes to Christmas trees...some of us like the real thing, some of us like artificial--and then there is a whole class of vintage Christmas people who just love the old aluminum trees--especially the variety known as the POM-POM; here's Rita's tree in all its vintage glory. Want more aluminum Christmas trees? Go here http://bit.ly/1NZug5x
And finally a great 1942 novelty merchandise ad--with a war theme. Again, click on the photos and enjoy.
Carol sent us the link to this neat old doll house; graphics are quite interesting http://bit.ly/1MTTX90
A wonderful online antique shop called The Gatherings; worth spending some time at--click here
RW asked for the whereabouts of a little red brick printie putz that Howard made some time ago---this is probably it----click here.
Check out these 1957-1958 Kellogg's Corn Flakes fire engine premiums; go to TOYS & STUFF HERE
Looking for tiny glass deco beads in more than the usual colors? Check out Meyer Imports http://bit.ly/1jwlSw9
1990 Noma Halloween Catalog; more here
These extremely rare hard to find Noma Candles (Christmas lights) are catalog #106 manufactured in 1935. They used special series-wired (C-6) T3 1/4 3 watt bulbs. The candles are 4" tall and have a cloth cord. http://bit.ly/1dsUpq7
Check out this blast from Everything Croton Vintage past: THE GOLDEN GLOW CONVENTION - See the set of photos from the Rye convention again here courtesy of Barbara, PUTZ HOUSE HEAVEN--click here
SEE THE LAST EDITION OF MORE FABULOUS VINTAGE WEBSITES, FINDS, ETC. FROM EVERYTHING CROTON HERE.