During visits to shopping centers or walks it is very common to stop at the stores that most attract our attention. In recent years, it has become quite a trend among young people to go on urban excursions to find vintage stores, flea markets or antique markets, where you will find a lot of valuable clothes, accessories and treasures that are a few years old.
In general, these objects were abandoned or donated by others who perhaps did not appreciate their importance or wanted someone else to give them value. The following purchases are clear examples that with due care and maintenance you can acquire and have great and old things, which you can later show off to your friends.
1. A real 1910 Singer sewing machine, passed down from my great-grandmother.
2. This slow cooker is over 50 years old and still good.
3. This Westing House refrigerator is from the 1950s.
4. This stove is 70 years old but it still burns.
5. “I found these vintage glasses from the 60s.”
6. Waffles made by a 50+ year old machine.
7. “Those boots are as old as my grandfather.”
8. Have you ever seen a lunch box so old and in such good condition?
9. “The toaster is 50 years old and they still use it at home.”
10. A 1951 coffee grinder.
11. “It’s still on but no one knows how it worked.”
12. A blender from the 80s that still makes delicious recipes.
13. My little collection of Dooney & Bourke bags – from the 80s and 90s.
14. It’s a 1985 Spirit of St. Louis radio, a beautiful gift from my grandfather.
15. My parents’ Kirby vacuum cleaner is 45 years old.
16. Pocket watch over 100 years old.