Posted 4 years ago
I haven't posted on here for a while but that doesn't mean I stopped collecting.
Picture 1: I found this 1958 cooler at an antique shop in Oshkosh, WI for only $160. It was made by TempRite MFG. Co. Inc. It is in really great shape. A little bit of paint is missing and there are only two small dents. Also in picture 1 is two old Coke bottles. The one on the left is the "Bottle Pat., D Nov 16, 1915. I paid $20 but it is in excellent condition and it is so far the only Sheboygan, WI (where I'm from) bottle I've found. On the right side is a straight sided bottle. I paid $50 there is a chip on the lip of the bottle but I've really been wanting a straight sided bottle.
Picture 2: I found this 1950s aluminum 6 pack for $45 at a different antique shop in Oshkosh, WI. It is in great shape. I've also really wanted one and now that's one less thing I need to find.
Picture 3: This is an updated picture of my service pin collection. Now I've got everything from the "pledge pin" to the "35 Year" service pin.
Picture 4: I found this 1960s dispenser bank actually at Goodwill for $8. The book says it is worth $200 with the box in near perfect condition. The label itself is kind of faded but I'm thinking it must still be worth at least $50-$100 with a faded label.
Next time I'm gonna try to post things when I get it. So I don't have to write these long posts.