I never left the basement.
Heavy on pics because I loved everything I bought.
Two Navy duffel bags from the forties.
A homemade Eeyore.
There were tables and tables of toys.
A tiger from Japan.
A red mouse - Dream Pets by R. Dakin.
The tag also has The Imposters. Clues anyone?
A rubber bunny that squeaks.
A chalkware Wimpy - Popeye's buddy - probably a carnival prize.
A whole stack of crocheted items from poodles to doll jackets.
The plastic bag holds Eye Of God (Ojo de Dios) medallions.
Sweet tiny mittens.
A patchwork doll blanket.
A charming stuff animal obviously made by a child.
There were framed photos of the dolls wearing the crocheted jackets.
Two tiny aprons - one is for Christmas.
A box filled to the brim with doll tea sets, linens, and utensils.
I could not photograph them all.
A tiny embroidered tablecloth and napkins for a doll table.
I just missed getting the doll table - it sold when I walked up.
Some utensils were aluminum. I have seen eggbeaters this size, but never a meat grinder.
The plastic spoons are the official Dairy Queen spoons.
Several partial tea sets of aluminum.
Love this fleur de lis set of plates and saucers.
Tiny egg cups and S&P's.
A roll of admission tickets.
A little red wagon.
Nine foot ladder.
A Spartan ladder made by the Carolina Ladder Company in Charleston, SC.
For dessert I went to a barn sale.
Bought a huge mailbox, a rake head, a blue tackle box.
A tiny funnel and a brass numbered tag.
So theme of the day was fifties and tiny.
I am still sorting through it.
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