As always, some wonderful new finds, oldies but goodies, special requests and more. Click on the photos and links.
First up from 2012, a scenefrom Linda's 2012 Christmas putz----here it is during the day---all rights reserved Linda S--and to see it at night; click here.
How many of you remember "paint by number" kits? This pair of "oriental" inspired paintings were marked 1952 and 1953. I can still remember the pungent little plastic pots of oil color.
those who don't know, paint by number kits were invented, developed and
marketed in 1950 by Max S. Klein and Dan Robbins.
Klein was an engineer and owner of the Palmer Paint Company of Detroit, Michigan---Dan Robbins, a commercial artist---The kits came with little compartmentalised boxes where the numbered colour pigments were stored. (My earliest paint by number memory was THE LAST SUPPER!) You can read more here.
They're followed by the Ideal Diner Set, 1950's, and featured in a previous auction at SeriousToyz. It sold for $239.68 at auction.
You can see the diner in red here
And here's a diner that Howard Lamey of littleglitterhouses.com whipped up; click on the link http://www.littleglitterhouses.com/paul/diner/hl_shortys_diner.htm
A movie for your bucket list: SINCE YOU WENT AWAY https://everythingcroton.blogspot.com/2022/04/another-movie-for-your-bucket-list.html
SEE THE LAST EDITION OF MORE FABULOUS VINTAGE WEBSITES, FINDS, ETC. FROM EVERYTHING CROTON AT https://everythingcroton.blogspot.com/2022/04/more-fabulous-vintage-websites-finds_25.html
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