Local July Antiques Fair

Every year in July a preservation society raises money for a revolutionary-era landmark by running an antiques fair on its grounds. I went this past Saturday and found a few things that caught my eye.

Wouldn’t these wooden sap buckets be great on a shelf lined up as a collection?

Vintage kitchen towels with fun graphics of fruits and vegetables.

Art Deco canisters perfect for a red kitchen!

Old cameras were displayed on one table- ten dollars each!

A 1960’s metal lunchbox celebrating the Mercury’s orbit around the earth.

A bunch of match covers waiting for a collector.

Can you guess what these are? Wind-driven exhaust fans from a barn roof.
Here’s what I bought…

I couldn’t resist this fun Twiggy paperdoll! Everything in the box was intact including the uncut clothing!

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