Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Labor Day Finds

Even with the Labor Day weekend, I managed to find a few sales. I found this great group photo at an estate sale for $15.
It is from De La Salle Institute 1913, a private school in Minneapolis. Not one smile among the bunch.

I also found this beautiful Victorian spooner - and six silverplate soup spoons.

This is a metal harp book stand - I think it is meant to hold music books.

It is holding a collection of vintage children's Halloween books.

Including these 2 that I found this weekend, love the graphics, and especially love a Halloween book in French!

Found this great little candy tin, made in England. And an art nouveau style lady with a very long neck.

I will be doing a giveaway soon with some of my favorite things, hopefully next week, so be sure to stop back!

Linked up Nifty Thrifty Tuesday hosted by Coastal Charm, and Thrifty Finds hosted by Southern Hospitality.


  1. You found some really cool stuff. I am loving the children Halloween books the most!

  2. Love that spooner...thanks for coming to NTT!


  3. Nice...I'm sure they told those young men not to smile! I love the books, too!

  4. Nice haul! I really like the spooner- I'm always on the look-out for cool cut glass pieces. What a fun class portrait- don't you just wonder who these people were and what became of them?
    ~ Sue