My first favorite unique find was this radiator water bag. I've never seen one of these for sale before. Can't you just imagine someone buying this at Jimana Inn in Arizona and driving to California back in the days when you had to worry about your radiator overheating?
A little less unique but something I always like are these Spun Head Santas. Their whole body is made from the same spun cotton.
I also found three sets of party forks that were souvenirs from different places. These say California and Niagara Falls.
A real apothecary jar. Well, I found two but I thought the shape was too odd and it had a slight crack in the glass plus someone else grabbed it before I realized what I had acutally found. Anyway, here is my real apothecary jar and an old brown glass medicine jar. The clear jar is so unique.
I found a dusty box with seven large jars with various labeled and unlabel ingredients. I'm not quite sure what to do with the contents just in case anything is toxic. I will have to call the local collection facility in my city and get their suggestion for disposal of the contents. What a unique predicament this is.
I also found a large blow-mold Santa and reindeer. I love these kitschy plastic decorations. I checked the electrical cord and it works perfectly. The package in front contains Christmas cupcake picks still in their original package.
I will be adding some of these items to my Stuff to Treasure store so please stop by and check it out or Like my Facebook page to find out when new items are listed. I hope everyone had an amazing and fun day of thrifting. Did anyone else find any history today?
This is linked to:
Apron Thrift Girl, Cherished Treasures, Coastal Charm, Hey What's For Dinner Mom? and Mod Vintage Life