I'm a vintage freak. I get it from my mother.
  1. Pieces from a Beatles board game
    Circa 1964, Christmas present from the 'rents.
  2. Rust-o-vision 3D glasses
    Circa 1978, handed out exclusively during Neil Young's "Rust Never Sleeps" concert fantasy movie. Found at a Cape Cod flea market. Super rare. Super cool.
  3. "Give 'Em the Ax" pulp fiction novel
    Circa 1944. Mom gave this to me just because. I think it's totally badass.
  4. Vintage photo that went terribly wrong in development
    The one in the middle looks like his face was melted off and he is now just a skeleton. I don't know when this is from but I bought it at a flea market for 10¢ and it was worth every penny.
  5. Dollhouse holographic TV that shows a cowboy riding a horse when you tilt it up and down.
    Circa 1940s-1950s. I'm obsessed with this lil thing.
  6. Creepy tin types of children
    Circa mid 1800s-early 1900s. I love these just as much as I hate these. The small one is from my mom, the large one is a flea market find.
  7. Specialty matchbook that makes a meat illustration out of the matches
    Circa 1950s-1960s. I have a thousand and one vintage matchbooks but this one is my fav. Christmas pres from my mom.
  8. Page from a Beatles fan zine where they are all in giant fur coats
    Circa 1967. Self explanatory.
  9. Green tinted glasses
    Circa 1910-ish? Bought at a flea market.
  10. Floating head advertisement for soap
    Circa early 1920s. Where is her body? What have they done? Bought at a Maine flea market.
  11. Souvenir pin from the Empire State Building
    Circa 1940s? Found at a flea market on the Cape.
  12. Universal "Game Counter"
    Circa 1895. I don't know what to do with this but it's just so pretty.
  13. Various tickets to social events
    Circa 1906 (Lady's Ticket to the First Grand Dance) and 1925 (Pie Social.) Why don't pie socials happen anymore?
  14. A Holes VHS that's been sticking out from underneath my bed for months