First up--sliced and diced into close-ups--this 1894 Christmas photo from the archives of the National Library of Ireland; love the toys--the train, doll, and other gifts, e-ups of the toy train, doll, and other gifts. See more from their archives here. It's followed by Howard's latest in the Ten Cent City line--the red brick printie ; click here and scroll down the page for the pattern. Again click on the photos and links.
EVERY PUTZTOWN NEEDS A FORD ROTUNDA--http://bit.ly/2lA4FZj
GNOME FLATTIE BUTTONS; fantastic---perfect for putzing! MORE HERE
MODEL TRAINS: WILLIAMS O GAUGE GALLERY - Williams manufactured a nice line of electric toy trains, most of them being updated reproductions of Lionel models. They included can-motors rather than the open-frame motors of Lionel's post-war period...read and see more here https://bigindoortrains.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=11&t=157&p=622#p622
ROB AND MONICA HAVE POSTED ANOTHER FLASHBACK UPDATE---some fab finds and adventures---click here...INCLUDING A VERY RARE VINTAGE FAMILY AFFAIR PAPER DOLL SET AND MUCH MORE
Crazy Uncle Auctions Presidents' Day Auction runs thru March 15th. In addition to some outstanding sports items (click on the image for a 1929 signed Lou Gehrig photo), history buffs will find presidential items as well including documents signed by Washington, Jefferson, Kennedy and Lincoln. Benjamin Franklin too. See the outstanding catalog offerings at https://crazyuncleauctions.com/catalog.aspx
And check out the fabulous "Americana" offerings here.
VINTAGE BOWLING! BRUNSWICK; MORE HERE
SEE THE LAST EDITION OF MORE FABULOUS VINTAGE WEBSITES, FINDS, ETC. FROM EVERYTHING CROTON HERE
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