20th Century Finds is an online vintage store based in the San Francisco Bay Area
. We sell antique, period, and estate jewelry, and women's vintage handbags, clothing, and accessories from the 20th Century. We are known for outstanding customer service and professional-worldwide shipping.
Our focus is selling original items from the 1920s to the 1960s, yet our collections span all 20th Century decades. We provide beautiful items that are unique, nostalgic, and cherished. We cater to many tastes and styles. The classic and timeless. The whimsical and flirty. The romantic and sentimental. The stunning and elegant. Plus more.
Our online store site is different from many other online vintage stores. Comments and requests of vintage collectors and customers were seriously considered when we updated it this year. Take a look
. Become a member and gain access to private member pages and enjoy discounts, specials, gift bonuses, and sales not offered to the general public. And your privacy is always protected
.Come expand your vintage style with us!
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If you do not understand copyright laws (including the term "commercial use") and you would like to share my photographs (on this Site or anywhere else), but are afraid to because you are unsure of what you can and cannot do, please contact me. You can share my photographs under certain terms. They can be found HERE
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As this site is a forum to share thoughts, for those of you who may have had your own copyrights violated, I would be happy to share my successful experience in prosecuting violators with very little effort. Just contact me.
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