Saturday, July 12, 2008

Finds From Brimfield

BRIMFIELD, MASS. – Here are a couple of paper goods followed by three sets of teeth I purchased here at the flea market capital of the world (click on images to see larger size);


This was the size of a match book.

Working out with oars.

The Monster Lady of Crinoline at Turin
from Harper's Weekly, April 3, 1858. My wife, renown book artist, Tamar Stone works with crinoline in some of her art projects (Her work is in The Fun & Games (and Such) at the Center for Book Arts until Sept. 13th and will have a major exhibit at Ursinus College in Collegeville, Pennsylvania in September.

Real teeth, real value.

More tomorrow. Will they be more exciting? No, I can't make any promises.

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