Enjoy watching these back to back videos. The first is dedicated to the models and photographers of the 1920's. The second is the Roaring 1920s: My Sweeter Than Sweet, 1929: https://youtu.be/L1g6wt585ec
My latest acquisition is a fabulous collection of 1930's Big Little Books that were found at a Northeastern Pennsylvania estate. I'll be listing them in my store over the next week or two. Some extremely rare and wonderful books to add to your own collection. Most are in excellent to near mint condition. Stop by often to find more new antique and vintage collectible items for sale.
So many times I'm asked what makes a great antique find. Here's an article that helps to distinguish what makes for a fabulous antique find. The 5 signs are rarity, aesthetics, desirability, authenticity, and wonderful condition. http://www.dummies.com/how-to/content/the-five-signs-of-a-valuable-antique.html
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London is a city filled with incredible history. Every old building has lived many lives before this one, with generations living in it and eventually leaving. It’s just hard to track down what those lives actually were, since usually all evidence has left with its inhabitants. By chance, one building has remained a time capsule for its past life. The way it existed over a hundred years ago is still intact, giving us a once-in-a-lifetime peek into the world as it was so long ago. Malplaquet House, a mansion in London, has been uninhabited since 1895. But Wait Till You See What’s Behind...