Welcome to Part 3 of my ongoing series about vintage collecting where I share my collections.
Sometimes until I sit down to write these posts I don’t even realize how many collections I have or have just started.
An old Minolta 35 mm camera that started it all. It was my Dad’s camera.
A vintage Brownie Hawkeye flash camera set found at Shop Goodwill.
A Kodak Brownie movie camera was also a Shop Goodwill find.
Then I found this adorable old camera. It’s a Kodak Bantam camera from 1938. It’s my favorite.
Sometimes I display vintage camera’s and clocks together.
Don’t you love the fun tea-pot clock?
My vintage blue Royal typewriter almost started a collection but I sold the other two typewriters that came my way.
Picnic jugs are my latest collection.
This one is a recent find here.
This jug by Standard was my first picnic type jug.
I just can’t stop buying pretty vintage Christmas ornaments.
Who can pass up Shiny Brite Christmas ornaments?
These were a recent estate sale find.
Big tins and little tins, I love them all!
Kept one, sold one. Win, win!
I’ve had these Valentine tins for many years.
I debated about keeping this Eight O’Clock Coffee tin but it sold very quickly in my booth so there was no time to change my mind.
This one is still in my tin collection. I had two and sold one.
I have a thing for vintage brooches.
Several of these brooches were my Mom’s.
This one has very tiny cross stitches on it.
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