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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 mikelv85 Efesgirl sklo42 brunswick Caperkid
  2. Thank you very much Thomas.
  3. Thank you mikelv85 ravage60 Efesgirl TassieDevil brunswick Caperkid
  4. Thank you very much ravage60. Tobacciana seems to be rather popular.
  5. Thank you sklo42.
  6. This is my favorite from the series too.
  7. A fantastic scale. Looks perfect in your store. Looks like you are in rural area.
  8. Great item. Love that it has the old style Mickey.
  9. Those are indeed good covers.
  10. Thank you Efesgirl aura clockerman
  11. Thank you vintagelamp.
  12. Thank you vintagelamp.
  13. I was thinking cK too. What about Erring Magic Ken?
  14. The marble inlay is a nice touch.
  15. You do seem to have an adequate bicycle light collection.
  16. I love those old projectors.
  17. Pretty cool. It seems the cog railway is still around.
  18. Thank you Caperkid SEAN68
  19. Thank you Caperkid SEAN68
  20. Thank you officialfuel SEAN68
  21. Thank you SEAN68.
  22. Thank you SEAN68.
  23. Thank you SEAN68.
  24. Thank you SEAN68.
  25. Thank you SEAN68
  26. Thank you SEAN68.
  27. Thank you SEAN68 geo73
  28. Thank you SEAN68 charmsomeone
  29. Thank you kyratango SEAN68
  30. Thank you SEAN68.
  31. Thank you mikelv85.
  32. I remember the movie. The Viking kid makes friends with the enemy Viking kid. Everyone lives happily ever after.
  33. It could be used a lighter than air vehicle IE a balloon. Would put the steam in steampunk.
  34. Sounds like you had some fun road trips. I should check out the National Parks a bit more. Grand Canyon is great. Not only do you get the canyon but it is off Route 66 with many sights to see.
  35. I had a black light and a bunch of posters along with this one. They were groovy.
  36. Congrats on your eBay win. That little multi-tool could come in handy.
  37. Thank you officialfuel.
  38. Thank you valentino97 NevadaBlades vetraio50
  39. Thank you PostCardCollector Efesgirl TassieDevil kyratango jscott0363 racer4four brunswick aura PhilDMorris blunderbuss2 fleafinder valentino97 NevadaBlades pops52 vetraio50
  40. Thank you very much valentino97. Shoe hooks are obvious, the awl thing, tweezers, a nail file. Still a few I don't know. The tweezers have a long handle but you need to grip the metal part so that doe...
  41. Thank you very much Phil.
  42. Thank you very much PostCardCollector. Yes it does.
  43. Thank you Efesgirl mikelv85 Caperkid TassieDevil jscott0363 racer4four brunswick ravage60 PhilDMorris
  44. Thank you very much Phil. It is still liquidy a bit.
  45. And thank you very much TassieDevil.
  46. Thank you very much Efesgirl. No UPC codes there.
  47. Thank you ttomtucker vetraio50 vintagelamp
  48. Thank you very much TassieDevil. That one seems to predate mine but that helps me narrow it down to late 1930s through 1940s.
  49. Thank you pops52 blunderbuss2 vetraio50 nutsabotas6 vintagelamp
  50. Thank you very much nutsabotas6. Great choices.
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