Twin Peaks, California

Yes Twin Peaks is a real place. Not quite a city or town but a place with a post office and as Alpine was taken they came up with Twin Peaks. The odd thing being tYes Twin Peaks is a real place. Not quite a city or town but a place with a post office and as Alpine was taken they came up with Twin Peaks. The odd thing being that there is only one peak. Anyway my speciality is toys of the 1960s although I collect much more. I have a particular weakness for taxidermy which includes everything from insects to bear skin rugs although I don't have a bear skin rug yet. (Read more)


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Sun-Rise Beverages Bottle 1965 - Bottlesin Bottles
Imperial Glass Nucut Pattern #537 Circa 1912 EAPG - Glasswarein Glassware
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Millers Falls Hand Drill No 2 129-1930 - Tools and Hardwarein Tools and Hardware
Westmoreland Vaseline Glass 1 Cup Measuring Cup - Glasswarein Glassware
1951 Chevrolet Jet Plane Hood Ornament - Classic Carsin Classic Cars
Butterfly In 6" Case With Display Stand Atrophaneura Horishanus - Animalsin Animals
Don't Drink Out of This Antique Graniteware Thundermug - Kitchenin Kitchen
Depression Glass Cake Plate Hocking Glass 1931-1935 - Glasswarein Glassware
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  5. Thank you very much TallCakes. I looked up the #537 Footed Jelly and went with that. The description has been revised.
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  7. Thank you very much Thomas.
  8. You can't go wrong with old tools.
  9. It is a kriss knife. Those are used Indonesia and the Philippines.
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  37. Am painting the town a "Coat" of red.
  38. Awesome home office. Looks like you could open a diner in there.
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  40. That would be hazardous waste removal. Probably done by guys in astronaut suits costing $50,000 to remove it.
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  42. Thank you very much racer4four. I thought it could be a moth too. Did some research and found out it is a butterfly.
  43. Thank you Caperkid PhilDMorris racer4four mikelv85 Jancal20 JImam
  44. bb2 even computers are easier to work on a car now. Who would have thought.
  45. Thank you aura.
  46. I will bet the serial number is on the underside of the machine. The table seems to be 1930 and the machine 1960.
  47. I use my hand drills when I only need a hole or two. It's easier than hooking up the cord etc. It's a Craftsman 1071, I am thinking 1930s.
  48. Excellent collection. I think top left is my favorite.
  49. Thank you very much racer4four. The dunny can be a bit smelly. Did they move it to a new spot after it got full? Some people dig a new hole and move it.
  50. Found it. Apparently it is a fruit bowl, I did a bit of research just now. It is about a foot across.
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