If anyone is interested, I’d love a set of these Pawn Star Bobble Heads, please. But I’ll need an extra Chumlee because I somehow just know that when I play with them, he’s at risk…
Spotted for sale at Antiques On Broadway, this incredible five piece set of Western leather furniture with wagon wheel spoke accents.
The five piece ensemble includes couch, chair, glass-covered cocktail table, and two small side tables; priced at $1600.
From my copy of Bull Cook and Authentic Historical Recipes and Practices, by George Leonard Herter and Berthe E. Herter, advice on how to survive a hydrogen bomb attack:
Skeletor on the other.
I don’t know how much it sold for; not only was it in a box with several other retro transistors, but there were multiple auction rings going on and I missed seeing it actually sell.
My parents are coming to visit for a few days, and I’m super excited to see their reaction to my retro chalk toilet seat:
Stand close, its shorter than you think.
Complete with retro 70’s flowers. And only 75 cents!
PS Hubby, of course, says it only applies to company. *wink*
She finally got to the show, finally got a photo of her in her pretty hat published, and there Ethel is – blowing her nose. …Looks like Johnny’s eating a booger too. Oh, everyone was so proud.
This is the back cover of “367 prize winning household hints” from The Armour Radio Show Hint Hunt, a booklet from the daily CBS radio show. (Some tips are better than others — or at least the prizes awarded would be different.)
According to the booklet, which looks to be from the 1940s, there was to be a series of Hint Hunt booklets; however, this is the only booklet I’ve seen, the dirty rotten liars.
If this vintage cow girl costume doesn’t make you wanna play dress up (for Halloween or otherwise), I doubt little will.
I’m pretty sure there will be witnesses who remember her committing this train robbery.
Great for rounding up cattle — and pugs.
Now that I’ve sold you on how practical this is, let’s get down to some facts… It’s said to be a 1950s burlesque costume — though with the Marie’s Custom Uniforms label maybe it was an equally cool, in my opinion, diner waitress uniform. The gun holster is from the 70s and the pistol a new prop.
Now that you’re packin’ heat, may I interest you in a duel with a pistol blow dryer?
This hot mug steamin’ full of the 80’s totally wants to make you hang out on your mom’s sofa, right? (Atari 1980 Olympic Sponsor Coffee Mug for sale at Etsy.)