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Plodding Historian Jun 18
Wow! Just having a browse through the collection and came across this one... Um. Detach Lisa. Think of the times in which it was created. Pick your jaw up off the floor.
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Bison Books Jun 19
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burwoodbooks Jun 19
Odd lot du jour at Nantwich 20/6 - "Suitcase of tea cards, snapshots of Torquay and Beaconsfield and a quantity of books. Condition reports are not available for our Interiors Sale."
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Main Street Books Jun 22
Can't decide which I like more out of this bundle of vintage magazines: this personal ad, or this grandma making apple butter:
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The Ephemera Documentary Jun 23
I remember a faint light, casted by the fire from the grass-root houses, being the only guidance for walking around a small village on the highlands at night.
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Dominic Winter 23h
Educational treats, from way before alphabet pasta... A wooden gingerbread hornbook mould, c.1800 beech wood, hand-carved in intaglio with an alphabet hornbook, 23 x 14.5 x 3.5 cm Exceedingly rare. £400-600 quirky
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GraceAlleyTreasures 16h
Check out Lot of 54 EARLY MERCHANDISE COUPONS
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RusticMtnTreasures Jun 23
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Jonathan Falk Jun 21
Replying to @siqintbruce
and ephemeral
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Kelly Morgan Jun 15
With Therese's proclivity for photography, I don't think it's a coincidence that Carol stopped for a cigarette right in front of an ad for a new Canon camera.
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CircularVintage Jun 20
Back in 15 -- gotta let my phone charge for a few -- with ephemera and paper lots. Photographs, postcards, greeting cards, travel and wedding stuff and more headed your way for $10 and under. . . .
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Judith Price Jun 16
Fun fact- people who buy yellow sand moulds are the most likely to leave them behind to become marine debris. 'sTears2019
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The Ephemera Documentary Jun 20
Houses in Papua New Guinea Highlands are really simple and made completely using local organic material. They are almost always surrounded by vegetation, which keeps the air fresh.
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sandritocat Jun 22
Excited to share the latest addition to my shop: Vintage BUTTERFLY ephemera, 20 Butterflies and 3 Bees, Junk Journal, Scrapbook, Smash Book, Travel Journal, Art Journal, Paper Ephemera
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RusticMtnTreasures Jun 21
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Musk Rose Vintage Jun 20
Antique , Theatre Souvenir The Chocolate Soldier at the London 1911 via
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Danbury Museum Jun 20
These are both too odd and too funny not to share...Ferrets and rats and worms, OH MY!
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