"Fumes," a taxidermied alligator smoking a pipe
in a relaxing, and utterly unnatural position, was priced at $325.
Can't you just imagine all the decor possibilities?
A 1949 "Suitcase" Sentinel, the first portable television,
was available for $199.
One table held a beautiful display of vintage hatboxes, shoes, and ladies' accessories, including this swanky faux leopard print head wrap and scarf. I was mightily tempted...
At the other end of the collecting spectrum, a dealer had a yard full of rusty treasures, including vintage sleds and this old Gulf gas pump:
If, for some reason, you needed a Greyhound bus sign,
this dealer could hook you up:
And what did I buy? Something I've always wanted (who wouldn't?!): a vintage cast aluminum kiddie spring-rider animal from a playground.
We mounted it on a piece of plywood cleverly embellished with fake grass for an authentic outdoor look. It now serves as an additional seating option in the living room.