fortapache

Twin Peaks, California

My posts should say it all. Toys, militaria, electric fans, depression glass, graniteware and whatever looks good in my house. And gnomes for outside the house.

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GI Joe Action Pilot Crash Crew Set 1966 - Toysin Toys
Vaseline Glass Bowl - Glasswarein Glassware
GI Joe Green Beret Machine Gun Outpost Set 1966 - Toysin Toys
Butterfly Collections - Animalsin Animals
Graniteware/Enamelware Roaster - Kitchenin Kitchen
Pearl Wick Hamper - Furniturein Furniture
My Living Room The Wall of Ancestors - Photographsin Photographs
License Plate and Metal Signs And Carson's Sign - Advertisingin Advertising
GI Joe 1965 Deep Sea Diver - Toysin Toys
Montgomery Wards Quik Lighting Gasoline Iron - Tools and Hardwarein Tools and Hardware

Comments

  1. Thank you Bigsarge.
  2. Thank you very much Cpomedx
  3. Thank you Bigsarge.
  4. Thank you Bigsarge.
  5. Thank you Bigsarge.
  6. I just started Vaseline glass collecting after finding out that Vaseline glass is not green. I posted a piece or 2 of green depression glass thinking it was Vaseline glass and the sellers had marked i...
  7. Thank you very much Kerry. I miss a lot of stuff too even though I check every day.
  8. Thank you Bigsarge.
  9. Aimathena was last seen on the back of a milk carton.
  10. That is some serious barbed wire.
  11. That is pretty cool.
  12. Now I love it!
  13. I would love it too if it were right side up which you can do by posting it from a computer. Sorry to be a Grinch but we have to take a drink everytime someone posts a picture sideways or upside down.
  14. I love it too. That is a very striking pattern.
  15. Was it badly repainted? Looks like it is just worn to me. If it is just normal wear restoring it could lower the value. I would leave it as is.
  16. Thank you clockerman
  17. Love your stuff. Hope you can get it right side up soon.
  18. Good to see depression glass here again. Nice piece.
  19. Very cool helmet. That tail was probably quite impressive when the horses were galloping.
  20. Thank you walksoftly Belltown GreenglassloveE
  21. Looks great right side up. Fantastic collection. I am a fan of original condition myself.
  22. Thank you very much Weirdpucket.
  23. Thank you again TallCakes.
  24. My slinkys never lasted long. Would get a twist in them and never work right. Had the pix too.
  25. Not only do you have Gumby and friends but there is a cool fan behind Felix. Has an interesting cage design.
  26. Thank you aghcollect tom61375 Virgina.vintage
  27. Thank you very much TallCakes. The description has been updated.
  28. I have a tray like that and a bunch of sea shells so I may just steal your idea.
  29. Yes that is Thunderbird 3 of the 1960s puppet show The Thunderbirds. Looks 60s to me but I have no real info on it.
  30. Great 70s toy. Thanks for posting it.
  31. Thank you southcop.
  32. Thank you nutsabotas6 vetraio50 aghcollect geo26e Trey austrohungaro tom61375 officialfuel
  33. I have a dresser set with a very similar color. Don't think we ever did figure out what it was exactly. Hopefully someone here will recognize yours.
  34. Could be for the reenactors, probably likely. The frogs seem to be the rarest part of a bayonet set.
  35. Thank you kindly racer4four and Vincent. I am putting together a larger display for this and other pieces.
  36. Thank you very much Manikan.
  37. Thank you very much antiquerose.
  38. I don't mean to beat up on this revolver, would be happy to own one myself. But it seems this revolver was out of date by the late 1800s. Solid frame had dominated the commercial market by this time f...
  39. Keep posting them. That one is great.
  40. Thank you for another interesting episode. I take this was not the most successful firearm in history.
  41. Looks like the German WWII frog but not quite. My guess is another country that used the mauser or other German rifle.
  42. Thank you tom.
  43. Thank you tom61375
  44. Yes the moderator will change it for you. You can delete the others. Also you can post up to four pictures which is recommended. Also I note you seem to live in a log house as do I. Looks great.
  45. Oh my oh my. It is all that.
  46. Looks like this is the smaller scale of this model. I built this one when I was a kid did a not so great job on it. Ended up in my fish tank.
  47. Thank you very much inky.
  48. Thank you Manikan and ho2cultcha.
  49. They never mark it Mystery Solved.
  50. Great piece. I love old technology.
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