Salvation Army provided me with all three of these paint by numbers. My hometown is pretty rural so I'm sure the deer PBN sets were chosen by their previous owner as a reminder of hunting. The early 1800 sea side town scene is really attractive but lacks a frame.
I found the five Blue Heaven dishes at the Goodwill one week and the serving bowl the next. Man, I hope I haven't missed any in-between...
I'm pretty certain that this Delta case is a reproduction. I'm not sure if these were originally used for hat boxes or for make-up, not that it matters; some lucky gal will get themselves a nifty new bag!
On the way to my hometown I made a stop at a neighboring town's Goodwill and picked up this nice Brother "Wizard" Infinite Tabulator manual typewriter. The case is in perfect condition and there is just the barest hint of wear on the typewriter.
I really like these cool triangular, chalkware bookends. They have an off white base color with a light gold highlight; they almost glow. I can not find any info on the maker but I have the gang at Modish.com looking into it. I found this and the next item in another neighboring town, at a tiny antique store/ tiny antique mall (I also found that Lane Acclaim coffee table, that I dropped, at this same spot)
Lastly, I found this great wooden 45 RPM record (we modern indie, punk and garage rockers call 'em "seven inches") box. The town where I found these last two items is about a third the size of my hometown but I always seem to find some gems when I stop.