[David Weidman Screen Print Postcard, 1968]
Who could resist this lovely Weidman screenprint? I love his colorful, geographic style and I've never seen this print. I love this Willendorf-like goddess and the message here.
(It also looks a lot like a piece from my favorite Dr. Suess collection.)
[Wooden Korean Charm Necklace]
I forgot to take the picture of the back of this cute (possible 60s era) necklace charm. It says "Love is Giving" in white lettering with "Korea" in black underneath it.
[Kokeshi Doll Japanese Postcard]
This Kokeshi postcard goes nicely with my growing collection. I framed it hastily in a dollar store frame I had on hand until I find a better one.
[Various VHS Tapes]
"The Thrift Center" had a 50% off sale so I got a few VHS tapes for .35 to .50 cents each. The cover for "Kidnapped" alone was worth the .35 cents. (I don't know about you, but that's the lascivious look I'd have on my face if I had a virile young buck tied up in my quarters.)
(I also bought a couple of college text books for .25 cents each, too boring to photograph.)
Thrift Core Shop Preview...
I was happy to get a call from Southern Crossing Antiques to set up shop early. I moved in this Friday. I wanted to re-sell wares online but my schedule prohibits me from being a successful online dealer. We'll see how this experiment goes.
[Second Shelf in my Corner of the Shop]
My corner of the shop is far from complete, but it definitely reflects my personality; colorful and quirky. Hopefully some kindred spirit will gravitate toward it and relieve me of some inventory. (Any local readers interested in a "Thrift Core Reader Discount?" let me know!)
What did you find this weekend?