A great roadside attraction pennant featuring Robbie the Chimp.. obviously a staple at Ghost Town in Idaho. Not sure if "Ghost Town" still exists, but it reminds me of countless tourist traps that I begged my parents to stop at during family road trips we took when I was a wee lad.
Kit Cat clocks! I wanted one of these so bad as a kid.
Casper Board Game from 1959
It had been years since I'd seen one of these
Meat Grinders Galore
Hot water bottle just like Grandma used to have.
I used to see a lot of Nick Knacks like this growing up.
The Magical Burger King - circa 1970s
The stuff nightmares are made of
1950's Goodyear Highway Patrol Bike
Awesome Kitschy Florida Souvenir
Awesome Hawaiian Shirt
Loved it even more..
when I found hidden Disney characters in the print!
Great Zenith AM radio
More wicked cool radios
Ceramic Whiskey jug
Polynesian Wahine and Menehune sculptures
2 liter German Beer Stein. I so wanted to buy this, but didn't have nearly enough clams on this particular day to do so.
This Stein was a steal at $4.00
and ended up making its way home with me
1960s Bonanza Ponderosa Ranch tin cup
A couple of really old bikes. I'm such a bike geek, that I didn't notice the creepy statues in the background until I looked at the picture more closely before uploading it. I have the Doctor Who TV Series to thank for giving me the heebie jeebies when I see "statues" like this now.
A 1960s metal sign. This is a legitimate sign and not a reproduction or novelty piece. Kind of funny and morbid at the same time huh?
That's it for now. Rest assured I will be posting more pictures from my next retro treasure hunt right here. (hopefully sooner than later).