Usually my posts about estate sale finds are titled something like "Estate Sale Friday", but today was an "Estate Sale Tuesday". You've gotta like that. Kansas is the land of milk, honey and all week estate sales.
I picked up a set of "The Book House" books full of stories for children. They're from the 1920's and have great illustrations.
The front desk bell works, and I'm wondering if I should sell it, or keep it at home and ring it to let the help know I want something. Oh wait, we don't have help; guess I'll sell it.
I'm not sure why I bought the big heavy roll of burlap webbing, I guess I just liked the look. I'm not even sure what it's for- maybe upholstery?
The flower frogs will be used to hold pictures- or artwork, like these pieces made by Lori Oles.
All the little scissors scratched my itch for vintage sewing goodies, so these bakelite buttons and celluloid bodkin were just a bonus. I can't pass up a good wooden advertising ruler, either. This one is for Wells Pleating and Button Company in the Dye Building in Dayton Ohio.