|FROM TOP: lovely decorative mystery item, Masonic ring,|
bunch of old keys that Masonic ring was attached to, wheatie,
token, round thing with CW uniform button inside, shell, three,
minie balls. CENTER: another lovely decorative mystery item.
|They read (from top):|
The Open Way
Anything For Your Smoking
. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Artist as a Young Man Modern
only 29 cents
The Open Way (again)
Dear obscure American friends!
Library Edition New York City
Crazy beatnik poetry!
The only sense I can make out of any of this is that two of them went together to read "(Portrait of the) Artist as a Young Man Modern Library Edition" which was first published in 1928, though I have no idea where.
|1899 Barber quarter!|
|Thimble, soft lead tag of some sort, dog tag for "Maisy."|
|I'm with the band.|
|Fun in the sun with m'hun.|
|It just doesn't get better than this for your Dirt Girl.|
|Every time I see this view, all I can think is "Hmm,|
wonder what's under all that?"
|Christmas cookie dough extruder! Who knew?|
Apparently everyone but me!
|Nice three-ringer. I've found a bunch of|
these in my neighborhood and always
wonder about them.
|This one's particularly cool because it's a solid-bottom.|
|1919 wheatie and two flat buttons.|
|I know... it's a modest hoard, but I like it. Mostly, I|
like that the oldest thing -- by several thousand years --
is the arrowhead that isn't even metal.