Trying to ID this for a friend who found it an old garage.
It's approx. 14" wide by 10" tall.
It has 3 clamps at the base which move in or out.
The center rod can be turned by the handle at the top.
Appears to be home-made because of the welds.
We're just curious about what it's purpose is...
Found this bayonet at an estate sale
It is approx. 21 1/8" long.
The bore is about 18 mm diameter.
There are no marking that I've found.
Any info is appreciated.
Let me know if the pics are too big.
I found these at a yard sale that had alot of old horse tack, etc.
I'm interested as to what the heck they are.
One looks like a quirt of some sort, but I have no idea on the other 2.
Any info is appreciated.
Sorry for the wash-rinse pics, I had to clean these up. Paid $5 for the boxful.
FireKing fruit mugs, FK Anchor Hocking meadow green stuff, and Mikasa bud vase.
My question is: does anyone recognize the juice glasses, or the trademark?
I found these wings in a junk box at a yard sale.
I thought they might be Allegheny Airlines, but could not find any info on the interwebs.
They're about 3 1/8" by 3/4". There is nothing on the back that would help.
Fones and Fishin' Reels
Just wanted to share some goodies I found this weekend.
Viet Nam tiger stripe camo shirt and field telephone.
Nice old Koss and Pioneer headphones from the 70's.
Pflueger and Penn fishing reels.
Total cost: $28 US
Fortunately, I didn't buy any of that cheap old...
Not many sales around here lately.
But, I did find this old Macintosh at an estate sale today. The ladies running it didn't know what a Macintosh computer was.
I paid 4 whole dollars for it. They didn't know if it worked or not, so I took a chance.
I just need to clean off the old finger...
Here are some GS finds from last week. More sales are popping up with the warm weather.
1962 Mattel Midge Doll
Delta L 1011 Tristar
Calypso Depth Gauge ( How it got to NC, I have no idea.)
Anyone recognize this vase? It looks like something I might see in Spencer's...
I hope my taxes din't help pay for this....
QUEENS, NY—The Robert Mapplethorpe Children’s Museum officially opened its doors to the public Tuesday, drawing over 1,000 visitors with its interactive exhibits and youth-oriented activities aimed at making the photographer’s signature nude...
Found these at a garage sale.
One of the packs is still sealed with an IRS stamp, so they might be casino cards.
I've scoured the interwebs and can't find anything on this logo.
The cards are brown and Bigelow "Redislip".
I picked up these playing cards, but can't find any info on the logo on the interwebs.
The sealed pack has an IRS stamp, so I assume they are casino cards.
Does the logo look familiar to any of ya'll?
Any help is appreciated.
My father picked this up somewhere. He asked me what it was, I had no idea.
My only thought is that it is some adapter to key a skeleton lock?
I have no clue. Searched the lock forums and got no hits.