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VINTAGE JUNK MARKETS VS ANTIQUE MALL SHOPPING
The newest trend in decorating seems to be shopping at vintage markets and junk shows. These Vintage Shopping venues pop up every couple months or quarterly all over the valley and they draw crowds.. I myself prefer shopping at Antique Malls where everyday is a Vintage…Continue
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the greeting card industry worked to teach the public the
There is currently a petition for PayPal to exempt vintage sellers from their new 180 days return policy which becomes effective this November, 2014.
As of this writing, the petition has acquired over 800 signatures practically overnight. If you would like to sign your name and/or leave a comment, please do so here...…Continue
Added by Metro Retro Vintage on October 5, 2014 at 2:25pm — No Comments
1918 Aristocrat Gold Bell Tube Handle W Blades
All Items Sold for Best Offer
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Added by Alfred Newman on August 27, 2014 at 10:00pm — No Comments
super easy and fun project!
recycle/upcycle/reuse old greeting cards as tags and craft scrap embellishments…Continue
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in 1942 Rust Craft published a booklet "Mail From Home" to give tips for correspondence with soldiers. this 16 page booklet could be picked-up at your local card shop..providing they were 'authorized Rust Craft dealers' or consumers could mail away for it directly through RC.
Added by vintagerecycling on May 24, 2014 at 10:30pm — No Comments
during WWII the government issued war bonds to raise money for everything from
tanks and planes to uniforms and food. The Greeting Card Industry did it's part to support the war effort supporting soldiers, boosting morale, conserving paper, reusing materials, and selling War…
LaLa Antique Jewelry specializes in acquiring the most beautiful, interesting and collectible estate, vintage and antique pieces.We have been successfully selling estate, vintage and antique treasures on eBay since "2012". With a 99.9% positive feedback references your purchase will be made with complete…Continue
Added by Lala Couture Jewels on April 10, 2014 at 1:30pm — No Comments
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Large Lot of Vintage Gillette Collectible Products
Make Me an Offer, What Have You Got to Lose!
If you are interested in purchasing this lot of fine collectible Gillette products please contact:…Continue
Added by Alfred Newman on March 2, 2014 at 1:13pm — No Comments
The holiday season heralded new shopping trends that were once only seen at Antique Shows and Flea Markets.
The new deal is , what is the best deal.
Retailers offering huge discounts with free shipping and free shipping returns has caused vintage sellers to tighten the cinch on their budgets one…
Added by RC Antiques on February 5, 2014 at 5:30pm — No Comments
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Early needlework was an artistry & talent. Young girls were trained and schooled at an early age in needlework technique and design. The very task of creating fabric began with the production of ones own raw materials. For those who have an appreciation for the artistry of sewing & the early…Continue
Added by Vintage Touch/Deanna Moyers on January 20, 2014 at 4:06pm — No Comments
1921 MINT Gillette Milady Décolleté Shaving Kit
RICHARDS RAZORS; MAKE ME AN OFFER I CAN'T REFUSE!
jade pearl tints case
This great vintage kit is a 1921 GILLETTE Milady Decolletee jade
pearl tints case, Gold-plated, double-edged razor and blade safe…
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