Bootson

Deephaven, MN

I am interested in many things.

Posts

See all 72
I need help to find this Noritake pattern - China and Dinnerwarein China and Dinnerw…
Incense Burner made in Japan - looks iron but is ceramic. - Asianin Asian
Help ID this Knife / Cleaver ?? - Tools and Hardwarein Tools and Hardware
"Like A Dog With A Bone" ...couldn't pass it up. - Animalsin Animals
OK here's another "mystery to me" - art glass - Art Glassin Art Glass
Glass Figurine to ID - Art Glassin Art Glass
Garage Sale 7/11/13 
Any Info On This Little Bison marked DAK - Art Potteryin Art Pottery
Roy Rogers, Feather Pillbox & Expandable Paper Hats - Hatsin Hats
More pictures for PaperHoarder - Photographsin Photographs

Comments

  1. "Happy trails to you"
  2. I like those hinges. Many of the old boxes and trunks I see have had the hinges replaced at least once.
  3. Great post! I found an old Stereo Realist viewer last week that had a few slides with it. I have seen them before, but not for a while, and was struck by the wonderful 3D quality of those 60 y...
  4. OK ... now now you must have at least one of everything. :-)
  5. Looks Great, ...and I'd be willing to bet it doesn't have that "vintage aroma" that my studio has. :)
  6. Looks a lot like you too :)
  7. Nice condition ...look at those straps and buckle! I'm sure my dad (Pacific Thtr) would say, if they didn't need it anymore, that would be just about the first thing a guy would like to get rid of....
  8. Nice pictures Petey, I love those planes.
  9. the man in the image is lighting a pipe so my guess is it is a match safe / holder.
  10. Nice old truck Kerry. mikelv85 - I remember sitting inside the engine compartment with legs and all, working on our old '55 Ford PU. I was a bit smaller and more limber then though.
  11. I have picked up a few items from soldiers, who's full time job in the military was to entertain the troops.
  12. A military version of Charlie McCarthy?
  13. I was looking at old posts and since this is still a mystery thought I would bring it back up.
  14. AmberRose - Stories like that make me elevate my anxiety level .....all the treasures I could have saved that are being lost everyday. "Seek professional help" you might say ...not quite yet ...just ...
  15. mmmmm cookie.
  16. I did find this interesting history. http://www.kiplingsociety.co.uk/rg_ubique1.htm
  17. I think this would have been a souvenir for the loved ones of soldiers. Like a lot of embroidered pillow covers that I see frequently. I can't help with the translation right now ... latin I suppose.
  18. I'm late to the party but HAPPY NEW YEAR! Fun group of photos. Nice use of potato, great dog. Shows why you should never get your hand close to a dog's food when it is eating.
  19. I wish the same for you Vetraio50.
  20. An interesting history and great family connection.
  21. Looks a little more sheepish than bullish to me.
  22. Don't know what it is ...but I like it.
  23. Have not been there yet but I am doing a little more work out that way, so if I get a chance I'll stop and take a few picts.
  24. Dassel is just a little West of me but I have never been there. Now I have a excuse to go.
  25. What a fantastic machine, I wonder if one was ever built.
  26. Thank you for posting those links, I like those knives.
  27. I have always thought this type of knife was one of the best designed and made knives. I passed some up many years ago because I just a little more expensive than what I could afford at the time. No...
  28. I put in a request at replacements.com and they identified it within a few hours. Manufacturer: NORITAKE Pattern Name: N3763 Pattern Code: N N3763 They don't have any replacement pieces in that ...
  29. Thanks for the tip DrFluffy. Thanks for the loves kerry10456 and aghcollect.
  30. Considering what retailers charge school kids for these it ought to be made with platinum. :)
  31. Here is a little info from Wikipedia on the airplane in picture 1. The Douglas DC-3 is a fixed-wing propeller-driven airliner. Its speed and range revolutionized air transport in the 1930s and 1940...
  32. That is an incense burner, it's kind of hard to see in the pictures. I'll post some better pictures.
  33. As a side note, I did pick up a "decorator" canoe model like the first one in your post about fakes. Its 28" and looks brand new. I only paid $10 for it at a garage sale and I'll probably trade it ...
  34. Great photos. I see I'm late to the party, you guys are already "bombed" ....nyuk nyuck nyuc. :) How do you spell nyuck anyway?
  35. What a wonderful find. But as you point out BIG. If you have trouble finding a spot for it I could probably make a spot, to store it for you, at my place. :-)
  36. Nice hat. OMG, is it even possible that you have run out of helmets??! :-)
  37. You are only a little ways south of me. Hmmmmm
  38. Looks Great! I love to see them as a group. When you get the store are you going to sell any? I'll take that one, and that one, and can I see that one? :-)
  39. 182 years old and still sounds too familiar.
  40. I am not an expert on artillery shells. This one is obviously for a 5 inch gun but I wonder why it says 38 cal. I suppose the word 'SALUTING' designates this round was for ceremonial use and had no p...
  41. One of the coolest things made out of leather I have seen recently. About how big is it?
  42. Oooops ...forgot to add the link. http://www.ebay.com/itm/Lg-Antique-Buffalo-Skinner-Heavy-Duty-Fishmonger-Cleaver-Knife-w-Clipped-Point-/290929755229?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item43bcc3c45d&nma...
  43. This is the best match I have found so far and now I can add buffalo skinner and fish monger to my search.
  44. Thanks for the love DrFluffy.
  45. I don't know how I missed your comment till now fhrjr2. I didn't get an email as usual. I don't think I have seen that website, I'll have to check it out. "blubber knife", "jungle bolo" hmmm, It ...
  46. I think the box type could be called "clamshell"
  47. Thanks for the loves petey & fhrjr2
  48. OK then. Option two. A bank of teeth from a nut crusher.
  49. I think what looks like a 7 might actually be a 4. http://www.old-smithy.info/bayonets/yataghan%20models.htm
  50. My guess is automotive camshaft and differential housing.
  51. See more

Likes

Mourning mother ambrotype De Vere Ltd. | Monorail Camera | 1948-52 | 5x4. Mid/Mod Italian Wire Sculpture for ROSENTHAL-NETTER These are my three Bass Guitars. Glass Clam Shell Chandelier -- Project Complete

Following

kyratango
posted 5 hours ago
Budek
posted 9 hours ago
vetraio50
posted 13 hours ago
kerry10456
posted 13 hours ago
aghcollect
posted 18 hours ago
Vintagefran
posted 21 hours ago
AmberRose
posted 2 days ago
Roycroftbooksfromme1
posted 2 days ago
walksoftly
posted 3 days ago
BHock45
posted 3 days ago
Manikin
posted 4 days ago
rniederman
posted 7 days ago
petey
posted 15 days ago
scottvez
posted 16 days ago
nldionne
posted 25 days ago
toolate2
posted 25 days ago
fhrjr2
posted 27 days ago
DrFluffy
posted 1 month ago
ttomtucker
posted 1 month ago
Chadakoin
posted 2 months ago
Aimathena
posted 3 months ago
Stillwater
posted 3 months ago
CollectiblesUnlimited
posted 3 months ago
grubin
posted 4 months ago
stefdesign
posted 5 months ago
miKKoChristmas11
posted 7 months ago
ericevans2
posted 9 months ago
TheRoper
posted 9 months ago
bushrat
posted 10 months ago
michelleamieux
posted 1 year ago
antiquarius123
posted 1 year ago
vintagemad
posted 2 years ago
Whimsiestudio
posted 2 years ago
cis2you
posted 3 years ago
notplanejane
posted 3 years ago
SimpleMe
posted 45 years ago
See more