First up, the latest from putz artisan Howard Lamey--his interpretation of a vintage Lionel piece--see it from start to finish here.
It's followed by one of of the nicest die-cut vintage Christmas cards we have ever seen, circa 1950's, and courtesy of Joanne O. No marks, no copyright.
That's followed by an original 1947 promo ad/"telegram" for the film and its command performance in London. Click on the photos and enjoy!
p.s. You can get a lot of repro publicity stills at John Allen's booth--at the Peekskill Attic Treasures flea market--they're not printed on the best paper but are perfect for framing for the price and add a nice touch to your vintage displays. He'll be back in the spring.
BY SPECIAL REQUEST: An outstanding collection of antique and vintage cardboard and paper Christmas houses---candy containers too--from one of our favorite sites http://bit.ly/2BvJOPd
And from Barbara, an oldie but goodies, the store window village; MORE HERE
FANS OF "BUBBLE LIGHTS" will find plenty of info HERE.
FROM FACEBOOK--BOY DO WE WISH WE COULD SEE THIS OHIO CHRISTMAS TRAIN SHOW! MORE HERE.
SEE THE LAST EDITION OF MORE FABULOUS VINTAGE WEBSITES, FINDS, ETC. FROM EVERYTHING CROTON HERE.
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