We’re getting a spring Nor’easter tomorrow?! However, this morning was partly sunny and perfect for junkin’ as some of us like to call it. I went to a few yard sales and scored Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Jimi Hendrix and Lou Reed on vintage vinyl for $4 total. They needed a good cleaning but other than a smattering of cracks and pops they sound great!
Anyone else into classic rock?
After the yard sales I drove down to the Arundel flea market.
Howie, a purveyor of old paper and pop culture relics always has fun boxes of ephemera.
I bought this vintage Crane’s note pad from him for $2. I like to use old note pads and stationery to write out my grocery lists.
You never know what you’ll see at the flea!
I like the sculptures and the yellow kitty bank.
Dealer Matthew Silver sells in Arundel and also the Waterfront Flea in Brunswick if you need some mid-century goodies.
I wonder what these mannequins originally modeled, and where.
This dog looked back at the mannequins and gave them the side-eye.
Here is my favorite score. It’s a HUGE antique Devotional Family Bible that only cost $1! It just needs a little TLC: The binding is detached from the spine.
Other than some foxing (brown spots caused by oxidation) on the frontispiece the pages are clean and bright!