The best find of the day was this glass washboard seen here with a smaller metal one that I found at a previous sale.
I couldn't resist metal roller skates with leather straps. The skate key is missing but they always got lost.
At the last minute, I grabbed this large, old, rusty mailbox. I might use it as an umbrella stand or planter. The distressed paint and rust add so much character.
I love these wonderfully illustrated children's sewing cards and books.
The illustrations in the books are large and cute enough to frame.
I also found some needlework and this lovely, daisy pattern tablecloth.
At another sale, I found this pale, teal-color, covered butter dish. I believe it is called Recollection Madrid and is from the 1970s. The color is beautiful.
And as an example of happy serendipity, I found a vintage movie screen to go with the movie projector I thrifted last week.
This is linked to:
A Little Knick Knack, Apron Thrift Girl, Blue Creek Home, Brambleberry Cottage, Coastal Charm, Common Ground, Finding Fabulous, Hey What's for Dinner Mom?, House of Grace, My Romantic Home, Tales from Bloggeritaville, The Colorado Lady, The Thrifty Groove, The Thrifty Home and Very Merry Vintage Style