Swanson - Beans and Franks - TV Dinner box front panel - Late 1970's Early 1980's
Just a front panel, and not one of the classic wood grain boxes, I include this as I'm quite certain this was the TV dinner I had at least a couple of times as a kid. I remember the beans and franks, and the chocolate cake, and recall skipping the apple slices.
vintage rotary phones
I love the idea of using a good old rotary phone, love the sound that it makes when dialing a number. Although I do own a couple I only use them as a decor piece and as an 'emergency' phone. I don't mind the long process of dialing phone numbers, the two things that keeps me from actually using it, is that most businesess now have an automated services and menus. And you can't use a rotary phone if you want to multi-task unless you're strap on your office chair checking emails, uploading…
A Walk Down Memory Lane With the Rotary Phone [Video]
The Rotary phone. A dinosaur from the not-so-distant past that many of us grew up using. You might be surprised to learn that the rotary telephone was
Throwback Thursday: Bottle Caps Candy
Sometimes I think of something retro and it sends me down a trail. Bottle Caps are like that. This candy was popular during my childhood. It came in a packet (exactly like you see below, 1972) and had flat tablets that were shaped like soda bottle caps. The tablets were flavored like soda pop, too: grape, orange, cherry, root beer, and cola. I remember these were sold at the little convenience store near my neighborhood's community swimming pool. I would ride my bike or walk there with my…
14 vintage Halloween treat bags #vintagetoys
vintage Halloween treat bags You will receive 14 vintage paper Halloween treat bags. Each measures 5 x 7 inches. There is some yellowing due to age and one has a folded corner. Please see the photos. A great addition to your Halloween collection or for your party. I will return unused shipping funds over $1.00. Thanks!
Plug board from operator console
circa 1900 10 line manual telephone exchange made by the National Telephone company , was used in one of the central Birmingham Exchanges