I promise not to talk too much.
A turquoise beauty.
Loved her drawers.
Sold and now a creamy white.
A large rusty tool box.
Complete with a bin.
A stack of engraved silverplate.
Love the graphics on rebound classics.
Complete with the library cards.
Checked out by Ronnie in 1970 and never returned.
Regency Romances - three are the same - from a closed bookstore.
Two Sears Catalogs - 1969 and 1975.
Notice both catalogs use a blond boy and a brown-haired girl.
Your man could be styling in a leisure suit.
1970's style maxi dresses.
I actually owned the middle two - no kidding!
I be styling.
A lady parked next to me in the thrift store parking lot and pulled these four suitcases from her truck.
I asked to buy them.
She gave them to me, and I donated money to the thrift shop.
Fair or foul?
With a guilty conscience I donated more than I would have paid for them.
A tiny hat box.
A metal spool of wire.
Gold leaves - a project.
Gold tissue box - don't know.
Toffee tin - sell.
French book on religion.
Two rescued New Testaments.
Funky "pearl" earrings.
1970's blue plaid teddy bear.
My languishing Etsy shop is to be revived next week.
He is headed there.
Meanwhile if you see something, I will list the item as a "Reserve" for you.
Rose Annuals from 1952 to 1979 from the dueling National Rose Society and American Rose Society.
Not sure - booth or Etsy?
Two huge canvas totes of books.
I know I promised some book loot posts, and I have one ready for next week.
Let's just say I could never photograph all the books I have bought in the last four weeks.
Close to 150!
Anyone want to come over for a cleaning and tagging party?
Snacks provided, of course.
Adult beverages if needed.
Use this discount code to receive 10% off your purchase at the Distressed Donna Etsy store:
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