As alwys, some wonderful finds, oldies but goodies too. Click on the photos and links.
First up---elected scans from a 1962 Raylite catalog--featuring those vintage plastic Christmas novelties you are sure to remember.
There's also some great old repro stills of The Scarlet Pimpernel with Merle Oberon and Leslie Howard--and a very sweet Jane Withers too--of Josephine the Plumber fame--the originals would have all been early to mid 1930's. Click on the scans below.
FAB PIECE OF VINTAGE MARX TIN LITHO--THE SPARKING TANK; click here.
The first Rockefeller Christmas Tree; click here
Get them while you can--1970's Christmas "Scripts" from Japan--Old Stock Die-Cut Foil Paper Holiday Greeting--currently being offered at Blumchen; click here
DOWNTON ABBEY JEWELRY! From Victorian Trading; SOME VERY PRETTY PIECES--PERFECT FOR THE HOLIDAYS--more here
Fab stuff at CHRISTMAS TRADITIONS https://www.christmastraditions.com/WEBU.html
A "TASTY" CHRISTMAS MENU FROM 1885 BROOKLYN; NOT MY CUP OF TEA BUT HEY........TO EACH HIS OWN.....https://ephemeralnewyork.wordpress.com/2014/12/22/a-tasty-christmas-menu-from-1885-brooklyn/
ODD LITTLE LIGHTED WALL TREE; this is one for the books! Click here. Some neat photos.
ODD LITTLE crystal lights; more here
CHRISTMAS LIGHT REFLECTOR ARTICLE! Click here.
Love love love Henrietta's Cranberry Salad--Fantastic with just about any roasted meat---from turkey to pork--this has become a holiday tradition at our house---and is made at least twice a year https://familychristmasonline.cm/recipies/salads/cranberry_salad/cranberry_salad.htm
p.s. HO-HO-HO CHRISTMAS RECIPEStried and true! Some fab ones here
SEE THE LAST EDITION OF MORE FABULOUS VINTAGE WEBSITES, FINDS, ETC. HERE.
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