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 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
Bubble glass - Glasswarein Glassware

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  1. Definitely a bigger shelf, possibly a whole cabinet!
  2. You're very welcome Brat, you are too kind :)
  3. “I mean, they say you die twice. One time when you stop breathing and a second time, a bit later on, when somebody says your name for the last time.” ? Banksy A person lives on as long as ther...
  4. Could you post a better picture & what is your mystery?
  5. She beautiful! Marwal ckalkware
  6. By the date alone it should rule out the Revolutionary War.
  7. "A life is like a garden. Perfect moments can be had, but not preserved, except in memory."
  8. Love her expression!
  9. I don't think that this is a samavor. I think it is a vessel to hold water or oil for ritual or ceremonial purposes.
  10. I thought that was a cap on the spout & the other side was the handle. Can you get a better image of that critter on the side.
  11. Great picture!
  12. Do you think the animal on the side cold be a chameleon?
  13. My thoughts are with you & your family, take care my friend.
  14. You can get small hand held fluorescent blacklight units on Amazon. great to carry with you when shopping.
  15. Check out this site; http://www.925-1000.com/indhtmlex.
  16. Looks like a chameleon.
  17. You're very welcome! xoxo
  18. You mentioned it the other day. Have a good one. :)
  19. Happy Birthday Inky!!!
  20. Unfortunately not all manufacturers are very helpful, or you just got someone that wasn't to interested in helping.
  21. You're welcome. I have a few, but have never seen that kind of relish dish before. The info came from replacements.com
  22. 1932 - 1960
  23. You're welcome. Only took a few minutes on Ancestry, glad to help.
  24. Got it.
  25. Once you scan them I will post my email address.
  26. Are these photos of photos, if so can you scan them?
  27. Photo #3 could easily be changed to B&W if you want.
  28. Adorable...Happy Birthday Patsea!!
  29. Have you checked them with a black light?
  30. Great images!
  31. G E Tent was from Boston & was in Harvard in 1901 also was in the fraternity Om. D. Private George E Tent, 5th Mass., F., listed in the Annual Report of the Adjutant General of the Commonwealth of Ma...
  32. To the left side of your post it says "edit post" - you can change pictures The first picture appears cut off, not showing the base.
  33. Bigger pictures would help us help you.
  34. Amazing!
  35. Great graphics!
  36. Impressive!
  37. ‘Figures Décoratives’ by Alphonse Mucha. Published 1905 by Librairie Centrale des Beaux Arts, Paris. “This beautiful folio reflects Alphonse Mucha’s mastery of the female form. As Art Nouveau’s mos...
  38. Great kitchen decor, love it!
  39. Thank you, always glad to help, I love the research, always learning something. Keep us posted. Yes it is a great site with lot's of knowledgeable people.
  40. Hi lovelythings No earlier than 1925, I don't know how long they produced that knife. If you could find catalog or advertisement references it may give you a more precise timeline. You may want to ...
  41. What part don't you understand? The patent drawing & how it works?
  42. I think that I found it; P. GIESEN http://www.google.com/patents/US1647405
  43. D R P Deutsches Reichs-Patente represents the highest category of protection a design could be granted in Germany
  44. Thanks for stopping by & giving this some love filmnet & vintagelamp
  45. Thanks for the love & comment shareurpassion!
  46. What is the fort that you mention.
  47. It would be great to see how something like this was made, it's amazing what can be done with glass!
  48. Cool, that a huge nail!
  49. Great post!
  50. I did some looking for info yesterday, but had no luck.
  51. See more

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