It also gives me a few days to decide / decipher what I am looking at in the auction photo.
I kind of thought this looked like it might be a camp blanket in the middle of this stack. But none of the other items in the pile appeared to be vintage. So, what price is worth a gamble of it being a camp blanket?
As you can see, it turned out to be a great southwestern motif.
I'm selling it on ebay.
The exterior of this box appeared cooler than in the auction photo.
I love the stenciled numbers.
The graphics on this tool box did not appear in the photo,
but it was still available when I went to pick up my other stuff and I was able to purchase it.
This cool photo was taped to the corner of the toolbox.
Probably a very memorable time in one man's life.
Cast iron is not one of my favorites,
but I love the handle on this piece.
This little bench was hidden behind a bunch of gardening stuff
in the on-line photo. Most of these auctions require you to take
everything that was in the photo that you won. Be prepared.
Take boxes. Realize the auction people are busy and will not
be able to help you load.
It only took a little sanding and paint for it
to look cute as can be.
This was my favorite purchase,
my husband liked it so much that it ended up in our yard.
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