Monday, August 22, 2016

My Finds from the 2016 127 World's Longest Yard Sale - Part 2


Hey guys!  I'm back to share the rest of my finds from my 127 yard sale trip.  You can peek at the rest of my buys HERE.  So much like last year, I bought more soda crates!  They're great sellers for me.


It's not in the best shape, but it's still perfect for farmhouse decor!


I can't get enough of these little metal bathroom shelves!
As soon as I put them in my booth they're gone.


I was SO excited to spy this set.  After a little negotiating, it was mine!
This isn't going anywhere but into my Hoosier cabinet!


Another couple buys for myself.
Added to my Hoosier cabinet.


I bought a bunch big and small pennants this year.
These three were keepers.
Indiana is my alma mater.
And my hubby collects vintage aviation stuff.


Vintage material, feedsacks, and THE CUTEST kittens riding a spaceship seersucker material.


Vintage cardboard hotdog holders.
And a never opened bag of trinkets!


I'm a sucker for vintage office supplies.
Especially ones in little boxes.


An up close shot of the new old stock paper parasols I showed you last week.
The pink and blue would be cute for a baby shower.


A stack of Homer Laughlin Riviera.
This is a pretty valuable pattern.
Unfortunately several are chipped.
Not bad for being 80-90 years old.


2 Fire King Sunrise Swirl plates

Does anyone know anything about this plate??
It's a clear plate with orange fired on color on bottom and black graphics on top.


5 Lu-Ray cups!

Okay, I think I got everything now!
Thanks for visiting!
Melissa

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13 comments:

  1. Some of the most unusual and unique items can be found at these places.

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  2. Ooooh I would keep those jadeite jars too! You always find the best stuff.

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    1. Thank you for sharing your wonderful vintage finds at Snickerdoodle!

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  3. Melissa, you did it again! Love the Hoosier items too!! Surprised those bathroom shelves are hot sellers now. I had one a while back that took forever to sell...must have been before the rush...LOL. Love ALL your finds!

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  4. Oh my goodness, what awesome finds! I love them all!

    Tania

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  5. Oh gosh, Melissa! LOVE, LOVE, LOVE! Your know me and jadeite, and that enameled set is so cool. I recently found a brush like that one, with green wooden handle, and I kept it. :)
    Try this link for the plate you're trying to id: Foley China 253Aba3d78011560a350d8ef7aa1fffc6783%257Ciid%253A3
    Rita

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    1. http://m.ebay.co.uk/itm/FOLEY-CHINA-E-BRAIN-FAIRY-SILHOUETTE-TRIO-/172309353397?hash=item281e7013b5%3Ag%3AEKIAAOSw9NdXtDBd&_trkparms=pageci%253A14a4df28-699d-11e6-b149-74dbd180c516%257Cparentrq%253Aba3d78011560a350d8ef7aa1fffc6783%257Ciid%253A3

      Hopefully this is the entire link. Sorry about that prior partial.

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  6. Crazy for those crates! What a haul - I love old office supplies too.

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  7. I love the stuff you found. I always love old office/school supplies. The graphics are so cool. The green stuff is awesome!

    xo Dianne

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  8. You have a knack for finding coke boxes...I never see them!! Love all your fun finds.

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  9. Ahhhh-mazing finds! Love that spice/canister set!!!! And I see some LuRay! :) I gave you a feature this morning for Let's Talk Vintage. . . hope your day is filled with many blessings.

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  10. I'm jealous of your Hoosier! I want one myself and to add all those little goodies that you found to it :) Beautiful!

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  11. You made so many terrific buys this year, Melissa. Thanks for sharing all about your trip along with your treasures so we could live vicariously (or jealously) through you! Your stack of soda crates is just fab, wouldn't they make a great end table, just as they are? You could store things in each tray, using the top for a lamp and your drink. Thanks for linking up your posts with us at Vintage Charm :)

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