$25.00

Shave Brush

The Plymouth horse hair shave brush. From a time when even shaving was an art form.

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$45.00

The Maytag

This old Maytag clothes washer provided many, many years of service and pinched a few errant fingers as well!

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$45.00

My iPod circa 1950

On a clear night, you could dial in far away stations.

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$45.00

The Magnavox

Before television, all the pictures were in your head, as you listened to your favorite shows on the radio

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$45.00

The Old Electrolux

Heavy as a tank and still running today!

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$45.00

Malted Milk Shakes

Hot summer days were the best time for ice cold milk shakes. “What flavor is my moustache?”

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$45.00

The Percolator

We marveled at how this thing could make coffee, just sitting on the counter!

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$45.00

The Kitchen Canisters

There was always more in these cans than what was labeled on the front. One of them hid the household money for...

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$45.00

The Egg Timer

How many minutes were spent sitting in the corner with soap in my mouth, watching this thing tick away!

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$45.00

The Coffee Pot

This pot was on the stove every morning seven days a week. And after dinner too!

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$45.00

Nan’s Espresso Pot

Thousands of cups of espresso from just one of Nan’s espresso pots.

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$45.00

Another Espresso Pot

Another one of Nan’s espresso pots

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$45.00

Singer Sewing Machine

Grandma used this to sew bandages during the war!

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$45.00

Double-Handi Washboard

“Place washboard in tub of soapy water, vigorously scrub clothes up and down washboard, rinse,...

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$45.00

GE Refrigerator

It worked just fine for over 70 years. You had to slam the door, though. And Nan would always ask if you did…

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