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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 PostCardCollector Otaco4me
  2. Looks like TC is correct. Ribbon not so much.
  3. It is a WWII Italian Carcano bayonet.
  4. I had a friend who jumped out of airplanes. After being shown a series of photos of the planes from which she jumped it seems jumping out of them is the safest way to get out.
  5. That is a nice one. Not only that, it is the nicest nice one I have ever seen.
  6. Perfect for the laboratory. Now you just need powdered bat wing, snake scales etc.
  7. Thank you blunderbuss2 Manikan SEAN68 elanski
  8. Thank you very much elanski.
  9. Thank you SEAN68.
  10. Thank you SEAN68.
  11. Thank you SEAN68.
  12. Thank you SEAN68.
  13. Thank you vintagelamp pops52 SEAN68
  14. Thank you vintagelamp SEAN68
  15. How sad. So sorry to hear that.
  16. Thank you Caperkid mikelv85 racer4four nutsabotas6 Nicefice brunswick jscott0363 NevadaBlades pops52
  17. Thank you very much pops52. Good to know I am not the only one.
  18. Thank you very much Scott.
  19. Thank you very much AzTom. It's an HO train building by Tyco. There is supposed to be a ramp. Should be around here someplace.
  20. Thank you Caperkid NevadaBlades mikelv85 TassieDevil nutsabotas6 Nicefice brunswick jscott0363
  21. Thank you very much mareredware. I think we can scratch babies off the list.
  22. Thank you very much Thomas. It isn't legal for trade so butchers can't use it.
  23. Thank you AzTom.
  24. Yes the Soviets borrowed a few ideas for the Germans. I visited an Russian sub built in 1972. It was based on WWII U-Boat design. Looked more like 1942 than 1972
  25. Thank you Manikan vetraio50 vintagelamp
  26. Thank you TassieDevil racer4four mikelv85 jscott0363 aura mareredware Nicefice NevadaBlades nutsabotas6 Caperkid Efesgirl Manikan vetraio50 Eyesareblue vintagelamp pops52 ttomtucker
  27. Thank you very much mareredware. I thought it was for cotton balls or tissue.
  28. Thank you very much Scott. Went to find more pieces today but didn't find any.
  29. Thank you very much racer4four.
  30. Thank you very much TassieDevil. Thanks for the info on the hair receiver.
  31. Thank you NevadaBlades TassieDevil PhilDMorris racer4four mikelv85 jscott0363 aura mareredware brunswick bobby725 Nicefice Caperkid
  32. And thank you very much Thomas.
  33. Thank you very much Scott. Less trips to the faucet is nice.
  34. Thank you bobby725 sklo42 martika
  35. Thomas let me know if you need more info. I was thinking of doing a post to show the difference between enamelware and graniteware.
  36. Thank you very much Martika.
  37. It is not uncommon. In the long ago there were no dials. I am thinking this is from when dials were first introduced and were not universal. I have a no dial phone that could have been a dial phone my...
  38. Thank you lisa.
  39. Thank you ttomtucker kerry10456 AmatoorPikr ToniM Efesgirl clineeh
  40. Thank you kerry10456.
  41. Thank you CokeKid-04 ttomtucker EmmaPeel iggy
  42. Thank you Caperkid Nicefice AnnaB brunswick aura
  43. Yep 1910 model 29.
  44. Thank you bobby725.
  45. Thank you very much pops52.
  46. Love those illustrations. Most are fairly accurate although Megalosaurus and Iguanadon are pretty far off. But that is part of the charm too.
  47. Pops52 certainly does have great photography skills. I do everything you are not supposed to do.
  48. Thank you Caperkid mikelv85 GeodeJem racer4four NevadaBlades jscott0363 brunswick iggy Nicefice blunderbuss2 vetraio50
  49. Thank you very much blunderbuss. They were dragged kicking and screaming ito swept wing design.
  50. And thank you very much Thomas.
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