Boy, am I way behind. Lots of adventures this past week, and photos galore, but me too busy on a freelance design project deadline to share any of them.
Fortunately, I've got a handle on that project now, so it's treasure time!
Mr. VJIMT scooted off early Thursday morning to a local flea market, and found some great deals. Like this cool blue doll trunk with amazing decals.
I love the graphics on this decal even though it's worn and torn. Or maybe because it's worn and torn?
There's one on the other side too.
The Argus C3 camera, produced from 1939 to 1966 in Ann Arbor, Michigan. It is fondly referred to as "The Brick" due to its boxy shape and heft. It really does feel like a brick in your hand!
Pale green metal cloth tape measure.
I'm pretty sure these silver pots are worth a little something. My research shows they are manufactured in the 1920s by one of Denmark's greatest designers, Just Andersen, who was also a sculptor and silversmith. They are made of pewter and have wrapped rattan handles.
And what do you know, a typewriter! Pale fallow brown color, great glass keys, perfect working condition, and number four in our 2013 countdown.
Still to come -- yard sale Saturday, Clover Market Sunday, and the weekly Etsy 365 Project recap!