Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Vintage Thingie Thursday

Coloradolady invites you to join her at for the best vintage show in town.You can also say hello by clicking her button.

During my roaming around, I spotted this very old, well worn book. In fact, I was afraid to handle it very much, as it WAS VERY OLD AND EASILY TORN.  I found it to be a very interesting vintage find.


Betsy@My Salvaged Treasures said...

Your precious book looks like it was very well loved. Thanks for sharing it:-)

Joy@aVintageGreen said...

I love those old books. I found one of my Mom's the other day, about how to be a housewife. Mom is 92 1/2 and I am guessing it was a wedding present. I've gone over to Colorado Lady to share my painted toy chest bench post this week.

Have a great week yourself. We had sunshine today (a break from the rain).


Rajesh said...

That is a classic.

Sue McPeak said...

What a great find LV. It does look very fragile, but the graphics are so interesting. 1918 that's amazing. Happy VTT.

Antiques And Teacups said...

What a fun book. That's one I have never seen. Thanks for your kind comments about allergies. I'm glad you don't have them either!

Karla Cook @ Roads to Everywhere said...

What a neat old book! Cool find!

Glenda said...

I do love old books! It makes you stop and wonder about the people who have read them over the years!

Annesphamily said...

Always a wonderful vintage find from you! My sister just found a note, written on some type of wooden post note from 1945. My aunt was living in Southern California before she married my uncle and my sis said her grandson was playing the organ in the attic and it fell out of the organ! What a treat!
I have a calendar, intact, from 1927 the year my mother lost her older brother and her father in a mining accident. It is very precious to me!
Suzanne always has lots of wonderful shares!
Hugs Anne