I apologize for this week's Friday post being a little late. The kiddos and I were out for a good majority of the day taking in the Lincoln Highway Buy-Way sales. It was very similar to last weekend's World's Longest Yard Sale in that it was miles and miles of endless sales. (Junker's heaven in other words.) Then Hubby had a softball tournament and I wanted to stay late to watch him play in the championship game. (They got 2nd)
But now I'm finally getting it finished up.
Total spent - $29.75
Deep Fryer - $2
Hubby has been wanting one of these, but I was reluctant to spend the money on a new one. But I'm willing to make him happy for $2. : )
Small clipboard and Uno game - FREE
Blue canning jar - $2 (keeping)
This particular style is from the 1910-1923 range, so I was happy to find it.
Little wooden crate - .25
A friend of mine recently did an adorable little project with one of these and it inspired me. So when I came across this one I had to have it.
RC Cola crate - $2 (keeping)
I found this at a fairly new little shop that I came across called The Junk Ladies. It was 2 friends selling all the treasures they've collected over the years. Sounds like a dream job to me. : )
Vintage level - $3 (selling)
Vintage Pesticide sprayer - $1.50 (selling)
Oil can - $1.50 (selling)
Burlap sack - FREE (keeping)
6 milk glass vases gathered from different sales - $1.20
I got all of these for a friend. She's planning to open an Etsy shop this fall and is gathering these to sell in sets.
Ironstone/China set - $2 (selling)
The platter is ironstone, the little pitchers are marked some kind of china or other (I can't remember now and I'm too tired to go look because it's now no longer Friday).
Milk glass pedestal bowls - .50 (selling)
Cute little French porcelain pitcher - .25
Set of 8 Homer Laughlin bowls - .50
I came across this bag for .05. I almost passed it by, until I realized these were in there.
This style of Bingo card has been showing up a lot lately in cute little vignettes. These are blue instead of black, and so maybe won't be quite as popular to sell, but hey...for .05 I'm willing to try.
And last but not least, my favorite find of the day. Another vintage Poosh-M-Up game - $10.
You may remember I found one of these a couple of months ago, though nowhere near in as good of condition as this one. I listed it on Ebay and it sold a day and a half later for a lot more than $10. So I was willing to fork over the dough on this one. It even has the marbles with it.
So there's my story.
How 'bout you? What great finds have you come across this week?
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