1. David Rose and His Orchestra Play the Stripper And Other Fun Songs For the Family. :)
    #antiquefind #vintagevinyl #vinyl #retro

     
  2. Cruising With Ruben & The Jets

    “This is an album of greasy love songs & cretin simplicity. We made it cause we really like this kind of music (just a bunch of old men with rock & roll clothes on sitting around the studio, mumbling about the good old days). Ten years from now you’ll be sitting around with your friends someplace doing the same thing if there’s anything to sit on.”

    Baritone Saxophone, Tambourine – Motorhead Sherwood
    Bass, Vocals [High Weazlings, Dwaedy-doop] – Roy Estrada
    Drums [Lewd Pulsating Rhythm] – Atrhur Dyre Tripp III*, Jimmy Carl Black
    Engineer – Dick Kunc
    Guitar, Vocals [Low Grumbles, Oo-wah], Producer – Frank Zappa
    Lead Vocals – Ray Collins
    Piano [Redundant Piano Triplets] – Don Preston, Ian Underwood
    Tenor Saxophone, Alto Saxophone – Bunk Gardner, Ian Underwood

     
  3. Teenage Head, Frantic City

    Frantic City is the second studio album by Teenage Head. released in 1980. The album was certified Platinum in Canada in 1983.

    Bass – Steve Mahon
    Drums – Nick Stipanitz
    Guitar – Gordon Lewis
    Vocals – Frankie Venom

     
  4. Antique Occasion Card Salesman Sample Book

    1870-1880 Occasion Card Salesman Sample Book.

    Incredible little salesman sample book for occasion cards. A wonderful collection of art, sayings and beautiful fonts! Even includes prices to order the cards.

     
  5. Some incredible ribbons from our massive Dundas/Hamilton history collection. Museums are jealous :)
    #cabinetcurious #DundasON #antiquefind #antiqueshop #antiqueshopping

     
  6. Dragon Yak Bone Pendant

    Dragon pendant. Made of real powdered yak bone on an adjustable rope.

    This item is NEW and NOT an antique.

     
  7. Pair of Vintage Funeral Lamps, 1940’s

    Pair of two vintage funeral lamps from the 1940′s.

    Ruby glass lamps to hold the candles, with ornate intricate design for the stand.

    50″ high.

     
  8. Annabelle, The Doll Possessed

    Possessed by a Lying Demon.annabel

    In 1970, a woman shopping in a thrift store bought a Raggedy-Ann style doll for her daughter, who was in college. Her daughter liked it and put it in her apartment, but soon she and her roommate both noticed odd things happening involving the doll. It would move by itself, often being found in another room even though no one had touched it. They found small scraps of parchment paper, which they didn’t even own, with childish handwriting scrawled on them. They even found the doll standing impossibly on its rag doll legs one day.

    The frightened girls contacted a psychic medium, who told them that the doll was possessed by the spirit of a young girl who had died in the apartment building. “Annabelle” said that she liked the college girls, and wanted to stay with them, so they told her that she could. Unfortunately, granting the spirit this permission lead to increased paranormal activity in their apartment, including having a male friend get attacked by the doll one night, leaving vicious scratch marks all over his chest and torso.

    At their wit’s end, the girls contacted renowned psychic investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren. The married duo soon found that the doll is not possessed by the spirit of a child at all; rather, it is possessed by a demon who had lied about its identity in order to get close to the girls, perhaps intending to possess one or both of them. The girls gave “Annabelle” to the Warrens, who encased it in a glass display cabinet in their Occult Museum in Connecticut. The sign on the glass reads, “Warning: Positively Do Not Open.”

    Source

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  9. Ethiopian Wooden Headrest

    Deaccessioned from the William Jamieson Niagara Falls Museum Collection.

    This is an Ethiopian ethnic Borana Oromo wooden headrest handcrafted from a single piece of wood. This artifact reflected the culture of the tribe. Pillows or headrests are common house hold items amongst Ethiopian various tribes. Its primary use was as a utilitarian piece used to protect elaborate tribal hairstyles.

    A rare and desirable piece with a rich history. Comes with documentation of authenticity.

    Full rich honest patina on this item.

     
  10. West Riding Constabulary Cap, 1930’s

    British Police, West Riding Constabulary cap complete with chin strap. Comes with King’s Crown cap badge.

    In good condition. Size 7 (stated inside cap)