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Monday, February 2, 2015

Thriftasaurus #119

Thriftasaurus #119

Hello! Hope you all had a great week. This week I didn't find too much... I found a huge lot of vintage towels! These aren't them all, just showcasing some patterns. I think maybe 12 to 15 unused towels in all! 


I also found a Horizon Blue 024! My second one since November, which I had ended up selling. I am not into 024's.


Also bought this Ronald McDonald glass. No year. Anyone know what decade it's from?


Hope you have a great week hunting! I'm finally on the end of my sickness... so happy! LOL.

Link up if you got some fab finds this week below.

   
   

22 comments:

  1. Those vintage towels are very cool. I haven't gone out yet this week but I think I hear the thrifts call me!!

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  2. I remember towels like that coming in boxes of laundry soap, they were never very thick!!

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  3. I remember towels like that coming in boxes of laundry soap, they were never very thick!!

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  4. Good to hear that you are feeling better again. Good finds on the vintage towels.
    Joy

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  5. Some nice finds.
    Thanks for the party.
    Have a great week.
    Denise

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  6. I'm no expert. However I was a teen all through the 70's, and that McDonalds glass looks really familiar. My guess is that it is from the 70's.

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  7. i love that vintage towels are not very thick! they never take very long to dry - perfect for drying hair. and the patterns are always so pretty and cheerful. nice score!

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  8. Those towels are so kick ass it makes my head hurt!!Love!

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  9. Loving your vintage towels! Cute glass too, but sorry can't help with dating it.

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  10. I'm loving the vintage towels too, esp the purple butterfly one. I've just found your blog through the lovely Susie (above) and hope to join in the fun on a regular basis, as I visit charity shops every week and often come home with something.

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  11. I am not sure about the year for the Ronald McDonald glass but I am sure we had one or two or six of them! My thrifting is at an all time low, just not creative just now. It will come back.

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  12. I looked for the McDonald's glass in three different collectible drinking glasses reference books and could not find it.

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  13. Hey, I hope you are ok. I miss seeing your thrifting finds!

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  14. I'm guessing 70s (or maybe really early 80s.) We had a complete set with Grimace and the Hamburglar.

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  15. I just stumbled across your blog for the first time today, its great!The vintage towels are so dainty and pretty. I'm a sucker for anything with a floral print

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  16. Just Checking in to see if you are okay!

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  17. I have one flowered towel very similar left from my Mom

    I think I have a plastic MsDonald's Bank to match your glass
    maybe early 1970's my son gave it to me for Mother's Day

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  18. I love your vintage finds! Warm greetings from Montreal!

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