Game of Chance

Antique Mills Gooseneck Bell “Spearmint” Slot Machine. Fresh out of a Texas barn, this machine although well used and weathered, still holds value with it’s hardened, ornate iron appearance and it’s promise of good fortune.

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Phone Home

Someone along the way turned this antique phone into a lamp. When you take the receiver off the hook, the light comes on! When you hang it up, the lamp turns off. $125

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Victorian African Grey

This is a beautiful Victorian African Grey in a free standing glass case. In ‘great’ condition.

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Set Sail

I just really love this old Viking ship. $75

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Pit Viper

Just an old, coiled Pit Viper ready to strike. $85.

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Very Fawn of You

Two vintage baby fawns under glass. $495 each.

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Mood Lights

Just a couple of the great swag lamps we have in the shop right now! $65-125.

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Medical Charts

Two wonderful medical charts just came into the shop! The ‘skeleton’ is dated 1895 and is from London. The condition is wonderful!! $600. The other chart is titled ‘Winslow Health and Hygiene Series’ and is from the late 1930′s/1940′s. It also is wonderful condition. $350.

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WWII Era Work Apron

This apron epitomizes the work ethic in the US during the first half of the 20th century, specifically during WWII. This apron smells of the hard labor of the working class man and woman who busted knuckle on steel to give their generation and future generations a life of freedom and hope.

This apron has issues and I love each one. From the grease and oil which is present in touch and aroma, to the visible wear from years of hard, reliable use.
SOLD.

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Ephemera of Finance

Used and unused checks from Girard Trust and Republic National Bank, a receipt from the once great jewelry giant Linz Bros as well as a receipt from the iconic, Dallas based Neiman Marcus (when they were still quite a young company).

All are records of money collected and money spent. Not much has changed aside from our penmanship.

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