Friday, January 20, 2012

Perfect Launceston weather!

We are having lovely 24, 25 degree days with days of 28 29 intermingled.
Last night was a hot one and at 1.30 am it was still 17 degrees!

Anyhow this warm weather is certainly bringing out the tourists
with people from Adelaide SA, Sunshine Coast QLD and Perth WA 
visiting Recycled Relix.

Here are some of the new items in store now!

I may have to take this home..... just love the look.
It is a Hutschenreuther Cup Saucer and Plate from Bavaria
c1940s 1950s

The Gold CS&P is also a Hutschenreuther, the rear left is 
marked Bavaria and the rear right is Felda Rhon.
Both these makers made china for the Third Reicht.

On the left is the Kodak Brownie Six-20 c1947 and still in
working order.
On the right is the Kodal 1A Autographic JR c1913 again in working order
and with lovely detail....

And for the purist - it also has its PEN held in the brackets 
of the Autograph compartment. 
When you took the photo you would write on the film with the pen.
The pen itself is worth $50 as they were often lost and 
this is the first one I have seen complete!

A Wind Up Monkey c1920s 
or should I say an UGLY Wind Up Monkey!

Edwards & Co Coffee & Chicory Tin and 2 Tasma Bottles c1925

From top to bottom: A Launceston Bank for Savings Coin
with Colonel Paterson on the rear,
An old Fob Compass,
and a Seikoshi Longines Fob Watch 

A pair of Roumanian Silver serving spoons.....

A Vintage Mount Royal Half Hunter Fob Watch 
with a rolled rose gold ladies watch.

Wedgwood Jasperware plates and ashtray in the 
original boxes.

Retro Orange Pumpin Light Shades or candle covers.

Early 1900s Joseph Sankey and Son Copper Candle Holder.

Have a lovely weekend!

1 comment:

  1. I snuck into your shop today (although I am not sure how covert my operation was with three smalls in tow) ... and I lay by-ed the butterfly mirror ... it called my name! So lovely! So I will see you again soon xx