And now, the treasure.

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You knew the husband wouldn’t come home empty handed from all those antique stores we visited, right?

It was a banner day for ephemera and since the market is pretty much dead right now, these little gems were only a few dollars for the batch.

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An old Maine prohibition postcard.

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It’s takes 160,000 children to keep me in gin? Thank you boys and girls. River appreciates all your hard work.

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Continuing in the alcohol vein… vintage beer coasters for the man cave.

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So many brews I’ve never even heard of.

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1939 World’s Fair. Very collectible.

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Trade cards. These used to go for $20+ each.

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And because I still haven’t found any crates to house them, another old vinyl record.

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20 thoughts on “And now, the treasure.”

  1. Ballentine Beer used to advertise on Phillies baseball games way back in time. The one coaster you have there shows their “Sing Along With Mitch.” Man, did seeing THAT take me into the “Wayback Machine.” Rolling Stones “Some Girls” is a classic. Well played.

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  2. Those are definitely collectables, very interesting. How many old crates are you looking for? I just know your looking and you haven’t had any luck. But there is a place here off of I-10 that had some the last time I visited, I know your not into Budweiser but they had other beer and soda crates you might like.

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