Antiquing in Bangor.

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* warning – photo of taxidermied deer to follow *

The search for vintage beer or whisky crates continues…

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And it’s not going well. Crates abound, but none of them are alcohol related… so boo to that.

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If these weren’t so expensive I might have grabbed them. Bound to be interesting reading.

And because you never know what you’ll find at antique stores?

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A bag of ducks.

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I’ve seen this type of taxidermy before and it always stupefies me. Did they only kill the front half?

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By all means, feed them. And do it immediately… before they suck out your soul while you sleep.

**shivers**

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I tried to talk the husband into buying this antique incubation table but he was having none of it. I know he won’t let me have chickens, but it would have been great for keeping hors d’oeuvres warm in the man cave.

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I examined this booklet and found absolutely nothing new.

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Hutch made of tree bark? Um… no. Lord Dudley would be climbing it on a daily basis.

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I have no explanation for this whatsoever.

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22 thoughts on “Antiquing in Bangor.”

  1. That last photo is quite a conglomeration of incongruous commodities. You might have found the what-looks-to-be an antique baby carriage/sled useful for transporting boxes/crates of adult beverages from the house to the man cave.

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  2. I love raking around antique shops, you never know what one will come across. Like that huge chicken head on a sleigh, lol. There are so many antique shops near where I work now I have to take a lunch trip to go visit some and see what I come across. Well, good luck on your alcohol themed crate search.

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  3. Actually, fun fact, the dominant bananas basically went extinct in the ’50s and were replaced with the Cavendish variety so common today. So, that banana book probably made sense when it was published.

    Glad I could “slip” that little factoid in.

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  4. You found some very interesting things here. The baby did look like a soul sucker and what the hell happened to the rest of the deer?? Did you look on the other side of the wall?

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