walksoftly

Crandall, Manitoba, Canada

Love old photo's, shiny thing, rusty things, vintage advertising & unsolved mysteries. 35 years experience as a welder, machinist, designer, manufacturer & troublLove old photo's, shiny thing, rusty things, vintage advertising & unsolved mysteries. 35 years experience as a welder, machinist, designer, manufacturer & trouble shooter, in agriculture & construction repair & maintenance. (Read more)

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Happy St. Patrick's Day - Postcardsin Postcards
HAPPY VALENTINES DAY - Postcardsin Postcards
Brass etched ewer 
Merry Christmas from up North - Postcardsin Postcards
Lifeboat article local invention - Paperin Paper
Belfor crystal bud vase - Glasswarein Glassware
Austrian necklace - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
Diner photo - Photographsin Photographs
Royal Visit 1939, Brandon, MB - Photographsin Photographs
Maternal Grandparents - Photographsin Photographs

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  1. I really like the graphics on this one!
  2. http://articles.sun-sentinel.com/1989-02-21/news/8901100147_1_horse-owners-paintings-mrs-bell
  3. Perhaps this chart will help you determine the CD number, I would try looking at the section "Cable, single or double petticoat, w/ears (250-279)" http://glassian.org/CD/sections.html
  4. The style is the shape/design, the mold is the device that it was formed in.
  5. Some more info for you CD 122 http://www.hemingray.info/database/detail.php?source=search&cd=122
  6. When you get a canopy for it she will be ready to launch from the flight deck.
  7. What we know today as tractors started out as traction engines to differentiate them from stationary engines which had no wheels or drive train & thus no traction. There must be more great images in ...
  8. What you have is a cross arm, the "legs" as you call them are braces that came together in a V shape & a bolt was placed through them & the pole to brace the cross arm. The name is Hemingray not Hemi...
  9. The horse in the lower left is "Jay-Eye-See" famous harness racer who is known for breaking the trotting record in 1884. Owned by Jerome I Case of Racine Wisconsin, manufacturer of farm equipment. ht...
  10. Sweet!
  11. Cool, do the wings still fold up?
  12. Yes, the box is cool too!
  13. Link to the one that I have posted: http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/57238-movie-projector-powers-cameragraph
  14. Love this a lot, thanks for sharing & welcome to CW.
  15. Sorry don't own any, you'll have to find your own to beat the Tokima DigiRobot into oblivion!
  16. This seller claimed it to be Gladding McBean. https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/building-garden/planters-jardinieres/gladding-mcbean-pottery-planter/id-f_638477/
  17. @eye4beauty, I'm trying! It's futile... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s5az1CrVUHY
  18. It's the end of the world as we know it, women & children in the lifeboats first! This might save us all if you act quickly. http://barrie.canadianlisted.com/ad/gallery/1306849/ Be safe my friend, ...
  19. Very interesting article!
  20. This one is not ready to take over the world. :)
  21. You are most welcome Tony.
  22. Its got me stumped.
  23. Does the back dial move or is it fixed It looks like the center stem should move in & out to follow the slots in the backside assembly.
  24. Tic Toc Doc! Great restoration & write up of how you accomplished it!
  25. More great family photo's, love them! Thanks for sharing.
  26. antifyre pistole http://denhams.com/antique-auction/july-2005/?page=12 you'll see many more if you do a Google image search for "antifyre pistole"
  27. Just in the photo category, unless you have some cabinet cards or RPPC's.
  28. I tried to do some looking online in regards to the uniform, but didn't find much. You may want to find a local military Historian to help you. Fine looking man , thanks for sharing.
  29. Welcome to CW! I enjoyed looking at your website, it's very well done! I have lot's of old family photo's posted here on CW, but never thought of creating a website. I do have a lot on Ancestry.ca a...
  30. L. A. Sayre & Company http://virtualnewarknj.com/busind/ironsteel/sayre.htm
  31. I can understand why you fell in love with them!
  32. National emblem of Scotland In verse The Thistle and the Rose Scotlands' highest chivalric order 'The Order of The Thistle'. http://www.scottish-at-heart.com/scottish-thistle.html
  33. Great family photos, thanks for sharing!
  34. Thanks for the love RC, all is well.
  35. Chardon, french for thistle. Never understood why some European countries find these flowers so appealing, there just a nuisance weed here.
  36. http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/36146-vintage-lemon-squeezer
  37. Yes, a lemon squeezer. Google cast iron lemon squeezer & you will see similar ones.
  38. Very impressive, love it!
  39. You're welcome.
  40. http://www.insulators.info/articles/dominion.htm No. 42 was first produced on February 6, 1927, and was still being produced in August 1959. Earlier No. 42 insulators were of CD 154 design, and the...
  41. You & the bell get a workout then, that's good! :)
  42. Do you use the bell & yell at bad drivers to make the workout more realistic? :)
  43. Impressive!
  44. What a kind gesture, & for it to be a watch that you don't have makes it even better. Couldn't happen to a nicer guy. Kudos's to Dave!
  45. That's would take some "TIME" getting use to! Thanks for for sharing & have a great day Kerry!
  46. Wow, never seen one of these, thanks for sharing it with us!
  47. There is a ball club in Seymour Wisconsin part of Eau Claire. Perhaps you could contact the ball club or local archives there.
  48. Great find, not one that I've ever seen either.
  49. Totally amazing! Very nicely displayed for a horde! :)
  50. Very interesting helmet, nice to see you back!
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