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As a Producer for Collectors Weekly, I collect a little bit of everything, but my weakness is vintage menswear, and I've already got too many clothes for one closet As a Producer for Collectors Weekly, I collect a little bit of everything, but my weakness is vintage menswear, and I've already got too many clothes for one closet to hold. :) (Read more)


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  1. Interesting - you might try contacting whoever runs this Hermes site (or posting it there as well):
  2. Wow no - tell us more! Manikin (among others) will be very interested to hear more. :)
  3. yeah I'd say so - condition looks great
  4. sure thing! Welcome to CW :)
  5. check out the bottom left of the model cars page for some reference sites:
  6. I think it's great, love the layers. :)
  7. Loos to say "CAFE" something behind Stonewall's. Where'd you find the sign?
  8. Lovely pieces! CW did a brief article on the topic as well:
  9. Noah Rothbaum's book on American Whiskey might also have info on some of these vintage brands / labels:
  10. Beautiful piece - so the seals seem to be an ice block with tongs, a musical staff / notes, and Hermes with the caduceus (entwines snakes / symbol of medicine) and initials. Not sure how or why they ...
  11. Love that pyramid cake! :)
  12. whoa, I love this! Such a beauty.
  13. Great tip - thanks!
  14. haha, thanks for the note Kerry! I still need to put new elastic in mine so he doesn't look so crazy. :)
  15. Hmmm, perhaps a calendar or menu would hang from the string?
  16. Does it open from the bottom to allow a bottle to slide inside? I would think the dimensions of liquor bottles from the era would have had some standard sizing, so you may be able to find one on eBay...
  17. Love those colors - remind me of a pantone promotion. :)
  18. reminds me of this saddle blanket here: Still could be Mexican, or native american....?
  19. yeah the glazing / floral shapes are what say Mexico to me, but the faces are pretty weird!
  20. looks to be mexican pottery to me
  21. this article might help!
  22. I think this is a fishing float:
  23. I think this shape is generally called a captain's chair, but I don't know anything about your particular design. Good luck!
  24. maybe for opening clams or oysters? Very cool.
  25. Lovely chair - not sure of its history, but thought you might be interested in a similar (but different model) that I have: Links in the comments on tha...
  26. Hi Katherine, Part of the reason you don't see the linkage is that we have removed thousands of for-sale postings from the Show & Tell portion of our site. We also feature eBay auctions in every ca...
  27. antique cat palace?!
  28. beautiful and ghostly!
  29. Hmmm, if you stamped that into a thin piece of rolled dough, you would then have segments in those shaped you could easily pull apart (though why you wouldn't just want solid cutout lines, I don't kno...
  30. paper towel or string holder?
  31. Hahaha, that's amazing / hilarious Sean! Thanks for sharing. :)
  32. yeah - thanks Racer4 :) I hope to stumble across some more lovely Arabia finds in my hunting...
  33. Thanks Virginia and all for the loves. <3
  34. thanks Sean :D
  35. this 1972 paper supposedly has an ad for Babs (but you can only see the text at the bottom, the full size image is only available for pay):
  36. I know it's crazy! love them regardless :)
  37. Just came across this post that clarifies about the history of this bank (it was actually designed by Bernd Diefenbach in 1972 for Dresdner Bank in Germany):!ELEPHANT-MONE...
  38. Could this be trench art? Scott Vez, are you around??
  39. that does seem to be a factory error, like this pair listed on eBay:
  40. the guy on the right looks like Ronald Reagan! But I doubt it's him.
  41. gorgeous lines !
  42. Definitely - the spiral detail at the bottom is great too. :)
  43. love these! Do you know what the blue version was for? They also remind me of containers for sport balls that we used to use in P.E. way back when...
  44. Cool, would love to see more of your images!
  45. Gorgeous pieces you have!
  46. Do you know what that building is? Looks interesting...
  47. Will do - have a great weekend!!
  48. Not yet :( had too many other projects going on lately... Need to do some mending this weekend!
  49. hey Sean, yes I am! Haven't been thrifting in the last couple weeks, but plan to go this weekend. ;0)
  50. Sounds like you know a fair bit about this style of pottery, but here's a link to an article CW did on the topic:
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