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Sao Paulo, Brazil

Amateur photographer, stuff collector...too much interests in life to choose one.


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Albin Sprenger "Astron 2000" Heater Fan ca. 1960 - Officein Office
MAICO 1940s Type EO40 Table Fan - Officein Office
"Por Siempre Ambar"  ANJOU perfume botttle - Bottlesin Bottles
Child mannequin torso - Advertisingin Advertising
Chalkware store display 1930s - Advertisingin Advertising
A rare Guinness item? - Brewerianain Breweriana
Mid-Century Terracotta Female Head - Art Potteryin Art Pottery
1930's Franke & Heidecke Rolleiflex Award Bronze Medal - Camerasin Cameras
Circa 1920's/1930's French Mayonnaise Mixer - Kitchenin Kitchen
1930's Football (Soccer) Trophy - Footballin Football


  1. Thanks Phil, your collections inspire me to keep my eyes open for good stuff, my friend.
  2. Thank you vetraio50
  3. Thank you Manikin, Caperkid and brunswick!
  4. Phil, what a find! I bet you didn't believe your eyes when you saw it for sale. And I wonder all the interesting items it has in its pages. Is it a thick catalog? You did an archeological job on the c...
  5. What a great story. I wish I started collecting earlier to have memories like this. A beautiful piece, like nothing made nowadays.
  6. Hey! You got a fan too!
  7. Here's a webpage with a selection of Albin Sprenger fans and heaters. They were really concerned with product design:
  8. Thank you fortapache.
  9. Lovely piece. These can't be found down here.
  10. Wow, these are so cool, lucky you!
  12. And another one
  13. Found the original post for the elephant
  14. I found another piece from the same collection, but unfortunately the Pinterest user that had the image uploaded closed the account. But the image is still on Google cache and can be seen here https:/...
  15. Crazy times huh?
  16. Do you test your cameras, I mean, do you take pictures with them? This is a nice camera.
  17. Great article gorgeous piece.
  18. This is so beautiful. Design trends made Jaguar quit their gorgeous hood ornament, that lives only in their company logo now. We have jaguars here in Brazil, the real ones. Even here in São Paulo whic...
  19. Wow, look at these joints! These were made to last and to grant one would pass it to the next generations. And it is a beautiful piece of furniture that would certainly fit the decor style of modern l...
  20. And the Oscar goes to this post!
  21. Hey Manikin thanks! Hope you are doing great my friend!
  22. Late to the party! But happy to see you're back. Can't wait to see your stunning pieces again. This mascot is gorgeous and your post is what I like to read here, with all the info and details about th...
  23. Well, well...I see I lost a lot of nice stuff going on in this place. And certainly one of the best is to see you are back my dear friend. And these vases are magnificent. Welcome back Phil.
  24. What an outstanding piece my friend. Congrats!
  25. I'm sure she never suspected these would last for so many years. A beautiful work.
  26. Mani, what was her first name? Nice picture from a time when smiling wasn't proper in a portrait.
  27. Merry Christmas Manikin! Have you been a good girl? What a nice piece of history you have here. Here in Brazil the sleeping cars are still known as Pullmann cars too. I never suspected why..."vagão Pu...
  28. Merry Christmas my friend!
  29. Stunning!
  30. Missing knobs are part of the present for people who love old stuff. Fun for me is to find that missing part or to make something work again after 80, 90 years. Nice present and a great post.
  31. This guy is in a bad trip, no doubt...look at the size of that parakeet!
  32. Thanks bladerunner, they became a huge success among friends.
  33. Very, very beautiful piece my friend. A true masterpiece.
  34. Really nice...I envy you. I'm just visiting CyberAsylum. I don't know him.
  35. I want one!
  36. Found another screenshot of the original website in December 2007
  37. Couldn't find the company, the website is closed since 2007. I found two pages stored at the Internet Archive Wayback Machine, but there aren't any pictures available. Anyway, there are model names an...
  38. I remember listening to this album for the first time back in 1980 or had a huge effect on me, as it sounded like nothing I've heard before. Nice!
  39. simply love it...these could be on a magazine, great job!
  40. Very beautiful bladerunner22
  41. Thank you bladerunner22.
  42. Thanks Trey, Manikin, vetraio, Caperkid, nicefice and Kydur.
  43. Fortapache, thanks for the love! The blades are originally made of steel. No brass for this poor thing. And the body is almost entirely made of an alloy similar to zamac. Very cheap.
  44. If you decide to replace the blades, there's this company that have used parts for sale:
  45. Apparently it is from the 1920s. Take a look at this video:
  46. I don't know what is happening...I included a link in my comment for you to click and see the pictures.
  47. The base model seems to be this one
  48. I don't believe it does. The general condition doesn't seem to be good. This type of object must be in good original condition or well restored. Anyway, it is a curious object and would make a nice pi...
  49. Probably home made blades.
  50. god I'm cheap.
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