Thrift Store Treasures Are Endless! (50 pics)

Posted in PICTURES       25 Jan 2020       5528       3

“Yes, I brought them home several years ago and can’t let them go. Sadly there were only 4, but I’m always on the hunt to complete the set.”

“Found this sweet Yoda backpack at a thrift shop today. Now my husband can run through the forest pretending he’s Luke Skywalker.”

“Found these weird salt and pepper shakers. It’s a giraffe eating a tourist’s toupee.”

“I found a Gollum cutout at a flea market. I live with 2 other people. Let the games begin.”

“Easter island tissue box cover: $6. Kinda pricey but worth it.”

Izismile Video Collection

“I think I maxed out when I found this work of art at a garage sale as a child. Now proudly displaying it in my first apartment!

These vintage teeth stools were found at a local thrift shop. They were likely originally made for a dentist’s office.

“I give you... the jean-joggers! Denim in the front (not stretchy, just regular denim!) and joggers in the back. They were my husband’s size but he wouldn’t let me buy them for him!”

Yes, this is a giant pin. Yes, you can actually use it.

“Found this T-Rex fossil showerhead at Goodwill.”

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“I liked the hotdog leash, but I think it would only be fitting for a dachshund.”

A new trend — popcorn on your head

“My kids say he’s creepy, but I’ve displayed him every December since I found him 5-ish years ago. Father Christmas? Old Man Winter? I don’t know but he’s the weirdest ceramic tree I’ve ever come across.”

“I see your tiny furniture and raise you... a tiny chandelier!”

Here is your new Christmas toy — Santaur.

“This tiny sewing machine for $1.50”

“I collect pillow purses, but my prized possession is this one shaped like a fish.”

“So at first I thought this was a vomit shoe, but it’s actually filled with... Dish soap? Dish soap and some rocks.”

Couture or nightmares? Dress made of barbies and dolls...

“Picked up this beautiful lady today at the Goodwill, she is a real Nutcracker.”

These are life-size figures

First edition — only $3!

St. Vinny’s impulse buy. $40 and it pulls out into a bed. I am in love!

if this is supposed to say JAZZ, they failed horribly. if it’s not, I’m staying far away from D.C.



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Female 4 month s ago
#40 Decent!
       
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Stuck 4 month s ago
#28. Nice book find. First edition, but what PRINTING of the first edition? An autographed first edition AND first printing can be worth $20,000 to $70,000.

A first edition 16th printing looks exactly like this picture, and sells for around $200 retail without autograph. Still a nice find, but the printing number makes a big difference.

Thinking it through, the earliest editions would not have the round "Pulitzer Prize Novel" on the front, because it hadn't won yet. That was added to later printings, which were still "first editions."

There were only 5,000 first edition, first printing copies sold. Many, possibly even most, went to libraries.
       
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Back 4 month s ago
^ Stuck knows their stuff. A+
       
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