I promise, folks, I am really only buying a few small things.
I am concentrating on filling a single box instead of my truck.
A vintage glass Mixmaster batter bowl.
Cream and sugar once silverplated.
Triangular brass cricket box.
The tiny red book behind the box is a Book Of Mormon.
I did not have a small one in my collection so it is a keeper.
Two sconces that complement each other, but are not identical.
They look like Italian tole, but are not marked.
A utensil basket.
Two divided Buffalo china plates.
The clerk sold this "picture frame" to me for half price.
Yes, it is a primitive cabinet door frame instead.
With all the original hardware.
Plus someone had cleaned and waxed it.
Chicken wire, chalkboard, tin - all would look great on this.
I am selling it like it is for someone to buy herself a project piece.
I am continuing to add to my ephemera collection to sell.
I had gotten woefully low on photos, postcards, and letters.
This is a great group of 100 vintage snap shots from about 1920 to 1950.
I will scan these to make merchandise tags, then sell.
Other items I am buying are large lots of cabinet photographs.
I found these on eBay.
It seems in January ephemera dealers offer large lots at fantastic prices.
I did find a couple of pieces of furniture, but you will see them when I get a chance to sand and paint.
This weekend is loaded with estate sales and auctions.
I am trying to decide which way to go.
East or West?
North or South?
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