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May 10, 2022 15:59 |  #406

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UL listed no less.

Been around since 1893.


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May 10, 2022 21:51 |  #407

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I've thrown away so many antique and vintage things over the years. :rolleyes: vmad Now that I'm doing photography I kick myself several times a day as I hunt for interesting things to shoot.

During that 1907 house cleaning, we threw away empty bottles of cough syrup that contained codine in them. Those vintage props would be great to have. I brought back a few items but we dumpstered so much stuff that was 1910-1950 years. :-( The three clawfoot tubs stayed with the house too.


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May 10, 2022 22:48 |  #408

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During that 1907 house cleaning, we threw away empty bottles of cough syrup that contained codine in them. Those vintage props would be great to have. I brought back a few items but we dumpstered so much stuff that was 1910-1950 years. :-( The three clawfoot tubs stayed with the house too.
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Isn't it amazing how beautifully painted some of those old sewing machines were?


I've never been one to have the foresight to keep old things, let alone the discernment to decide which to keep. So, now my penance is carefully, searching for interesting tidbits to photograph. And yes...they'll be passed along when I'm done with them. :-)


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May 12, 2022 20:55 |  #409

Keystone K-108

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May 12, 2022 22:12 |  #410

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Wow. This is a really nice mechanism! Does it work?




  
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Wow. This is a really nice mechanism! Does it work?

It's a beautiful piece. I'm embarrassed to say that I haven't even plugged it in. I'm not sure it'll matter if it doesn't... I'm tempted to keep this one just because is so freakin cool! Lolol

Do you know anything about them?


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ptcanon3ti wrote in post #19377402 (external link)
It's a beautiful piece. I'm embarrassed to say that I haven't even plugged it in. I'm not sure it'll matter if it doesn't... I'm tempted to keep this one just because is so freakin cool! Lolol

Do you know anything about them?

Not this particular one, but I used to operate a couple of similar ones when I was in middle school in mid 80-s. The 16-mm films were quite common in soviet classrooms and 35 mm was used in our school movie theater. I think I still remember how to load and start it. :)




  
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May 13, 2022 10:11 |  #413

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Not this particular one, but I used to operate a couple of similar ones when I was in middle school in mid 80-s. The 16-mm films were quite common in soviet classrooms and 35 mm was used in our school movie theater. I think I still remember how to load and start it. :)

Well you know far more than I do. I'm going to plug it in today to see if the motor runs, and whether or not it bursts into flames. :eek::-P


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May 13, 2022 20:32 |  #414

my scale...

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My 1970's CB radio. These were our cell phones back in the day. My handle was "The Kamikaze". :-)

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The days when Radio Shack had some great products and helped beginning hobbyists into the electronics field. Miss being able to get some of the simple goodies they had. I have the Radio Shack 2026 radio frequency scanner.




  
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The days when Radio Shack had some great products and helped beginning hobbyists into the electronics field. Miss being able to get some of the simple goodies they had. I have the Radio Shack 2026 radio frequency scanner.

I agree. It was sad to see them go. That makes me think of Heathkit. I will have to see if they are still around.


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