Wow…just wow.

I’m on a junk high right now. This will be a  week to remember in my treasure hunting memories….


BUT…before I begin the haul unveiling…here is the winner of the book from yesterday’s FLIPPIN’ FRIDAY….drumroll please!!!

Winner is…..Laurie with Franciscan dinnerware story…great flip story!Thank you to everyone who submitted their story….GREAT reads!

Email your address to me to get your book! (my email is found on the About page at the top)

Stayed tune next week for another “Flippin’ Friday”!


So…here are just some of the highlights of my “haul” from this week…there’s just too much to take pictures of….

A ton of vintage celluloid pins and other little goodies. The teapot shaped items are celluloid curtain tiebacks…CUTE! The guy was selling each of these for $2.00 a piece.

Found these little vintage mica houses at a thrift store…originally marked $4.00 .. found out Christmas was 1/2 price that day…so $2.00 for all….whoo-hoo!

These are cool teapots with metal covers…I’ve never seen these before….neato! $5.00 a piece.

Vintage Texas Aggies PENDLETON wool blanket……wow! Only $6.00 at an estate sale.

Retro Dickson Three Kings candle holders….I’m starting to like the Dickson line….very cool. $1.00 for all of them.

Vintage sheets and Vera Neumann napkins…$4.00 for all.

1957 BIG Front Door paper panel lithograph…..very big..and very cool!

This was an A+ week in the junk department for me!

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7 Responses to Wow…just wow.

  1. shannon says:

    Wow you’ll do great with that Pendleton blanket!! Score!! Nice finds!

  2. Joani says:

    Wow! What a great bunch of stuff! I esp. love the pins!

  3. latenightcoffee says:

    Hey thanks! It was so much fun out there this week…love these kind of days!

  4. marina says:

    Wonderful finds you scored here: I like the teapots very much.
    And I love your blog: I added your address to my blogroll.
    Love the “flipping friday” meme.
    See you soon 🙂

  5. Barbara says:

    Love the little Christmas houses. What a lovely display they’ll make.

  6. Laura says:

    Oh, my! I love the teapots with the metal “cozy” covers! They’re quite unique!

  7. Pam says:

    What a deal on the mica houses. Great finds.

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