Held by a couple who moved all their antique store merchandise here from Missouri.
Then they decided to sell it all.
And they were serious about getting rid of everything.
Two Coca-Cola crates.
That rusty something - looks like a fireplace fender.
Metal Pepsi bottle carrier.
The display shelf was created from an old sewing machine cabinet.
It is the base where the machine locks in.
Idea for Melissa of Melissa's Antiques.
A tin of small billiard balls.
A large rusty tin.
A tool caddy.
Two baskets - one signed by the maker.
When I expressed interest in a Thermos, they insisted on unpacking as many as they could round up.
I ended up with nine.
The blues and gold - both Thermos and Aladdin.
The dark red and silver one is an Icy/Hot made by Thermos.
Fall's coming - bring out the apples.
A beautiful pottery one.
A cheerful wooden one which opens up.
A stack of music sheets framed in glass.
Walking up from the street, this caught my eye.
A leftover piece of a folding table.
Tiny metal casters.
A project piece.
A mission oak coat rack.
A large luggage rack.
Two balcony posts from an old house.
Most of these items are now in my booths at Riverfront Antique Mall.
More but no time to photograph it all.
As I drove away, the two were still flagging me down with more merchandise.
The funny thing was I did not plan to go to this sale at all.
It was off the route I had planned for the day.
I only went because it started at 7AM - an hour before any of the others.