Thanks to all of you who listened to my rant about my new camera.
I have decided to sit and sift through everything without interruption.
In the meantime, I am using my phone camera.
Thank goodness for iPiccy.
So sit down with my Distressed Donna doll and see what my Friday finds are this week.
Well, duh, if I am sorting books for the AAUW book fair, there will be books.
Boxes of them.
I found more tiny translation dictionaries.
And the German reader.
This book was threatened with the fate of being taken to the landfill.
Marbleized cover with quarter leather panels.
Marbleized end papers.
One volume of many.
We could not find the others.
He needed saving.
More Hardy Boys and Nancy Drew.
Let's throw in Cherry Ames.
Also found some Trixie Belden.
Searching for Donna Parker - she was my favorite.
I have hauled out boxes of Reader's Digest.
I have a customer who is an event decorator and uses them in floral arrangements and table decor.
An early three-volume set of Les Miserables.
A child's guide to worship designed and illustrated by Enid M. Chadwick in conjunction with a priest of the Community Of The Resurrection.
Printed in February, 1962, in Mirfield, England.
Great graphics and vintage typography.
Sold to me as galvanized shelves.
I am thinking heavy-duty tool chest trays because the wear is only on the bottom.
A set of History of the Bible - several volumes are missing.
Some mold - cleaned with white vinegar.
Love the gradient of cover colors.
A little yellow swivel desk chair.
About second grade size.
A four-drawer chest - popular item in the booth.
Very sturdy little fellow, but his white is deceiving.
He needs cleaning, sanding and a paint job.
I got through this whole post without a camera rant.
Planning a trip to Columbia for a flea market run this weekend.
Well, that will make me very happy!
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