Twin Peaks, California

Yes Twin Peaks is a real place. Not quite a city or town but a place with a post office and as Alpine was taken they came up with Twin Peaks. The odd thing being tYes Twin Peaks is a real place. Not quite a city or town but a place with a post office and as Alpine was taken they came up with Twin Peaks. The odd thing being that there is only one peak. Anyway my speciality is toys of the 1960s although I collect much more. I have a particular weakness for taxidermy which includes everything from insects to bear skin rugs although I don't have a bear skin rug yet. (Read more)


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  1. Thank you Efesgirl jscott0363 fleafinder TassieDevil kerry10456 brunswick Caperkid PhilDMorris vetraio50 bijoucaillouvintage valentino97 Potterymad NevadaBlades gargoylecollector
  2. Thank you vetraio50 Efesgirl mikelv85 jscott0363 fleafinder TassieDevil brunswick Caperkid nutsabotas6 pw-collector ttomtucker valentine97 newcombe67 rniederman NevadaBlades gargoyleco...
  3. Thank you very much NevadaBlades. I was hanging out at the Stonewood Shopping center in the late 60s/early 70s. There was a toy store in old downtown Bell I really liked though.
  4. Thank you martika gargoylecollector
  5. I haven't been to an opera but I have been to the symphony twice. King Crimson and Peter Gabriel are more my speed. If it was like the opera in the 1943 Phantom of the Opera movie I would go possibly....
  6. Thank you very much TassieDevil. That does seem to be one name for it so I should add that to the title.
  7. Thank you very much Efesgirl. I can't find another like it on the net. It was a great buy.
  8. Thank you very much Thomas. People were chatting here. It was quite nice.
  9. Thank you very much TassieDevil. It's a good way to spend a day. Plus there others in the area in addition to the 6 I mentioned.
  10. Thank you very much Scott. That sounds like a pretty fair sized antique mall.
  11. Thank you very much Mike. All the 5 and Dimes here are gone but many live on as antique malls.
  12. Thank you very much Efesgirl. We had one at a shopping center I used to go to when I was a kid.
  13. The plaid on this works as it opens up to be a picnic table. Looks like picnic tablecloth.
  14. Thank you Efesgirl racer4four fleafinder jscott0363 TassieDevil brunswick Bruce99 pw-collector vetraio50 mikelv85 NevadaBlades newcombe67 Caperkid
  15. Thank you very much newcombe67.
  16. Thank you shareurpassion vetraio50 mikelv85 racer4four NevadaBlades SpiritBear valentino97 Caperkid
  17. Thank you NevadaBlades.
  18. Thank you NevadaBlades.
  19. That is an especially nice inside. Whenever I see a trunk I always want to open it up and see what is inside and rarely see something this nice.
  20. Lovable little pair of bears.
  21. I like little glass animals.
  22. That is a really good looking model. Looks as good as the model kits by a master builder.
  23. For planting bulbs?
  24. It's a beautiful machine. Great that has the original receipt.
  25. And thank you very much TassieDevil. It took a bit of looking.
  26. Thank you very much fleafinder. Me too.
  27. Thank you very much racer4four.
  28. Thank you very much shareurpassion. I have seen porcelain ones but not a large one. I posted a large glass one 2 days ago.....
  29. Thank you fleafinder PhilDMorris jscptt0363 iggy brunswick packrat-place
  30. Thank you very much Scott. I just keep an eye out for the unusual colors.
  31. Thank you gargoylecollector Caperkid fleafinder jscott0363 iggy
  32. Thank you sklo42 gargoylecollector Caperkid racer4four
  33. Thank you very much racer4four and Vincent. I'll make another post after I round up a crew for it.
  34. Thank you very much SpiritBear. Never have given it much thought. But as I look around it seems I am partial to solid colors.
  35. Thank you gargoylecollector.
  36. Looks beautiful.
  37. I need to keep an eye out for something like this.
  38. Thank you jscott0363 brunswick SEAN68
  39. Thank you aura NevadaBlades mikelv85 jscott0363 bobby725 SEAN68 mcheconi
  40. Thank you very much Scott. I was quite happy to run across it.
  41. Thank you NevadaBlades mikelv85 jscott0363 SEAN68 mcheconi
  42. Thank you NevadaBlades fleafinder highlander56 jscott0363 SEAN68
  43. Thank you NevadaBlades charmsomeone SEAN68
  44. Thank you Oroyoroyisthatyourhorse NevadaBlades Charmsomeone
  45. Thank you NevadaBlades.
  46. Thank you fleafinder mikelv85 jscott0363 brunswick packrat-place SEAN68 mcheconi Manikan
  47. And thank you very much fleafinder.
  48. Thank you very much mcheconi.
  49. Thank you very much Thomas. #2000 coming up.
  50. And thank you very much Scott.
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These photos were taken between 1900 & 1943 los Angeles Time Magazine - September 11, 2001 ( Collectible Edition 9/11 )


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