Tuesday, August 22, 2017

Antique Store Close Out Auction, Part 3

Hey all, I know it doesn't normally take me this long (or 3 parts) to show off my treasures from an auction, but it has been a busy couple of months!

So, without further ado...

When I visit Disney, I wouldn't think a Disneyland Hotel ashtray is a souvenir I'd pick up... but who knows... maybe it was a 'free' souvenir (aka someone swiped it)! ;)

I'd be surprised if the glass rolling pin lasts a week in the booth.
Also, take a look at that cool glass funnel!

How cute is this Swingline Tot stapler?

How about some Playboy bunny ashtrays?

SOOOO tempted to keep the green stoneware pitcher!!

Tempted to keep the planter, but trying to limit myself to McCoy ones...

Again, with another yellow planter I wanted to keep!

Pottery is usually a good seller!

New old stock perfume bottles, "Aromatic Ammonia Spirit Stimulant" bottles, and "Pine Tar Soap" shampoo bottles...

There will be a Part 4.
It will be Halloween and Christmas.
Oh yes, you heard that right!
Stay tuned!

Do you want to see what else I've already shared?
Check out Part 1 and Part 2.

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  1. Look at all those bottled!!!

    I love the yellow planters and the Tot stapler. Can't wait for next time!

  2. I have this thing for small yellow, aqua and green pottery - planters, whatever. Like I'm stocking up for some future cottage. Yea, right. But I haven't sold any of it yet.....just fostering it...still.

  3. You always have the best stuff. Love the bottles and I agree that yellow planter is pretty special.

  4. I don't know where to start! Great items! Happy Thursday!

  5. Score! Another great haul, Melissa! Thanks for sharing @ Vintage Charm!

  6. LOVE the Disney ashtray! That's probably an older California Disneyland ashtray and would definitely have been from a time when smoking was allowed in all hotel rooms. I know in the 70's and 80's, back when I smoked, everyone took hotel ashtrays as keepsakes when on vacation. It was kind of expected. LOL. I used to have quite an ashtray, and matchbook, collection. :-)


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