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AnnaB

Upstate NY, USA

I love all things old, unusual, rusty, musty, dusty... Over the years I have accumulated quite a pile of random and miscellaneous objects through garage/estate salesI love all things old, unusual, rusty, musty, dusty... Over the years I have accumulated quite a pile of random and miscellaneous objects through garage/estate sales or dumpster rescues, but now i'm trying to make a determined effort to learn about their history. Antique bottles, vintage dolls and toys and art glass have a special place in my heart. I don't know a lot about anything, that's why most of my posts appear in Unsolved Mystery section, but i love learning and discovering, so the clues and info I get on this site are very valuable to me in this process, and i thank everyone for their help and shared knowledge. (Read more)

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Stamps, Stamps, Stamps! World-wide Postage Stamps c.1920's-1960's - Stampsin Stamps
Antique Mohair Bears Excelsior Filled c.early 1900s - Dollsin Dolls
Vintage GE Record Player Console - Electronicsin Electronics
The Nighmare Before Christmas film (Tim Burton) 1993_Character Figurines - Christmasin Christmas
Trash Rescues- Vintage Toys 1970s? - Toysin Toys
Roman Glass Bottle- Ancient Judea 1st Century AD (as marked) - Bottlesin Bottles
Old Asian Fondue Fork? - Asianin Asian
Tom Sawyer Book Illustrated by Norman Rockwell, 1936 - Booksin Books
New York City Map - February 1961 - Paperin Paper
Prehistoric Coprolite Fragment - Animalsin Animals

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  1. It's beautiful, and i really love its age patina. Hope you can keep it where possible. Looking forward to seeing the "after" photos.
  2. I agree, educational it is for sure! Although it would be nice if it was at least worth as much as I paid for it LOL Mrstyndall, WendyWeather- thanks for stopping by and your loves!
  3. Buckethead, Jenni, Phil, fortapache, Thomas, Iggy- thank you kindly for your comments and appreciation. Always nice to see you stop by! Vynil, vetra, Tassie, Toyrebel, dlpetersen, Roy, Ken, Sean, M...
  4. WendyWeather, thank you for your nice comment and advice. I agree it would look pretty cool restored. We haven't even gotten a chance to check if it powers up yet....so many projects, so little time =...
  5. Very cute! =)
  6. Buckethead-thank you! Enjoy the holiday season as well! =) I've been researching these stamps little by little, and so far, nothing came up as valuable, rare or special, although they all seem spec...
  7. Vynil, Re-In-Vintage- thank you for your loves!
  8. Thank you so very much- Sheluvsjewelry yougottahavestuff Roycroftbooksfromme1 Mrstyndall vetra Phil Toyrebel Thomas bottle-bud Jenni fortapache Johnsmith
  9. Phil, your home looks like a museum! Absolutely spectacular and breathtaking. You have an exquisite sense of fine things in life =)
  10. Thank you all so much for stopping by and your loves! Jenni, Thomas, Toyrebel- thank you friends for your kind comments, always appreciated! Phil, thank you! It's never too late! As I'm starting to ...
  11. Very elegant and delicate design! Love it.
  12. Omg, I only realized on the third look what kind of "turkey" they are about to it...LOL!
  13. Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours, Brian!
  14. Rose, very nice clocks! These were made during the time when quality mattered. After 70's everything went downhill, hitting rock bottom in 1990's. Enjoy this piece of history.
  15. Happy Thanksgiving to you, too Bill, Thomas, Vynil, and the rest of CW circle of friends! Peace to your homes.
  16. Don't know who the maker is, but these plaques were very popular in Soviet Union as a sign for a restroom. There was also one with a boy or girl taking a shower used as a sign for a bathroom where you...
  17. Phil, what a sad story...thanks for stopping by and sharing your love! Jenni, thank you for your lovely comment =) Hope the storm spared your neck of the woods. Thomas, always great to see you! Tha...
  18. Favorite*...my computer went nuts before I finished. It's absolutely stunning. Love your posts Phil!
  19. Looks like a cornflower, my fovorite flower
  20. Lisa, Watchsearcher, Re-in-vintage, Vynil- thank you for stopping by and your loves!
  21. Absolutely stunning! Love this opaque jade green, my favorite color.
  22. AnythingObscure, thank you so very much for your comment, it sounds like you sure know what you are talking about and I'll follow your advice. I'd still be curious to find out if we can get any sound...
  23. Amazing photos and views! Definitely added to my list of places to visit.
  24. Oh no, I think daddy long legs are cute! Sometimes i rescue them from troubles their long legs get them into LOL It's the other kinds, like Sac spiders, that make me cringe, but i know they have a rea...
  25. They are stunning!
  26. I wish all spiders in my house were like this one! Then I wouldn't mind them LOL
  27. Amazing photo!
  28. This collection is waaay more interesting than what I ever found on my digging expeditions. Very nice and versatile lot! Some of them look pre-1920 (non-machine made). The way to tell is took how far ...
  29. A perfect display for your toys! Congrats on your first barrister. Once you have one, you'll want more. I'm a proud owner of 3. It all started with the Globe one, and it's still sitting in the garage ...
  30. Hi Thomas, cool lot! I had the one on the right and the one on the left, both of which i found in the 1950-80s dumps. The one on the right is a Crisco Oil (i know this because the one I found had a ca...
  31. Wow, very cool finds! Diamonds in the rough.
  32. I second Jenni- perfect addition!
  33. Fortapache, yes, indeed =) thank you for your love and stopping by! Passion4Cameos, thank you as well for stopping by and your appreciation.
  34. Bracken3- thank you! Spirit, i think you got it absolutely correct, it's still a hard one to remember L:oL
  35. Roy, Jennifer, Tassie, Recordmantime, kwqd, vetra, Jenni, Toyrebel, Johnsmith- thank you for stopping by and your loves. John, kwqd- i checked the site, there's a lot of resemblance, but this one is ...
  36. Thank you so much everyone for so many loves! Malkey, Jenni, BB2, fortapache, Passion- thank you kindly for your comments, much appreciated. Thomas, very fascinating facts, thank you for mentioning!...
  37. Happy belated Birthday, SpiritBear Robert! Best wishes and many more to come! Thank you for sharing.
  38. Fossilized bottle =) Thank you for- again- explaining the process in layman terms. I'll post mine now, maybe by looking at it you can tell what processes took place there, it has a lot of rainbow/shim...
  39. Ken, fortapache, Collectables, Roy, Thomas, aura- thank you for stopping by and your loves, much appreciated!
  40. It looks awesome, the oxidation gives it a true ancient character! It's a pretty amazing experience to hold something this old in your hands. I always wanted a Roman bottle too as a centerpiece for my...
  41. Thank you Jenni and Vetra! I think it is called a coin sword ( i was kidding about a fondue fork =) but most of the Asian coin swords are made completely out of coins, and this one only has a coin ha...
  42. It looks like the signature reads "Farkos Rosalia", but nothing is coming up on the net. Beautiful works though!
  43. The letter after "T" is a Russian letter "Yu", CW doesn't allow to type Russian letters. It's a classic Soviet era ring. The massive pink gold rings with precious stones were popular back then. Gold ...
  44. Scott, missed you a lot...been absent from here myself, this summer has indeed been a challenging one. Hope you are well! Best wishes always!
  45. Awesome bottles, Spirit! No, I'm not getting emails about comments.
  46. Very nice! I have a similar set. I got it for free out of a dumpster at one of estate sales LOL Apparently the sales people didn't think it was worth the bother selling it.
  47. Scott, I'm so happy to see you back!! I was wondering where you were. I hope everything is well with you! Thank you for your kind comments always. Jenni, yes, she is =) Thank you! Phil, indeed, ...
  48. kwqd, cool purchase, now you are ready to drink tea like a real party leader! =) The podstakannik is supposed to protect you from burning yourself on a hot glass. I would be hesitant to pour hot water...
  49. I should just add that these tea cup holders were predominately used by the Railroad Transportation Authority and could be found mainly on the passenger trains. The old ones are collectible now as an ...
  50. Vynil, Jenni, Thomas, Phil, Bobby, Buckethead, Roy- thank you for your wonderful comments and appreciation. Vynil, Bobby, thank you for your generous compliments. Yes, Jenni, I can totally relat...
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