Week before last the blacksmith and I went to "town" for a tag sale. These sales are usually a whole house sale where everything is priced in cabinets, drawers, closets, etc. It has always been interesting to me to see how the people lived in the house.
The house at this sale was so interesting. It was a 3 story house with a full basement of which some had a dirt floor. Originally you could tell this home was heated using coal. In every room were steam heaters, those tall cast iron big things! The kitchen sink was for me, to die for. The big cast iron sink with built in drain boards. It wasn't for sale.
This was the light fixture in the parlor. It was for sale too. Personally I hope it didn't sell. If I would buy that house and the light fixtures were gone, I'd be so upset.
Now to show you some of the things for sale. **
SCORE for me . . . a Martha Washington sewing cabinet. Doesn't it look beautiful between our two sewing rockers?
SCORE an Ameribag for $10. Can you say BARGAIN?
SCORE A 1929 Singer sewing booklet in a binder.
The sale was so good, we made 3 trips in one day. The following day, had we been in town I would have gone back for 1/2 price day.
So tomorrow there is another tag sale in "town". It's hosted by a different group.
Polyester batting . . ***
Some cute old fabric ***
Thread, thread, thread ***
Beautiful vintage canisters***
Look at those vintage Gurley candles!!! ***
Vintage aluminum children pans! I so want these! ***
FABRIC *** . . .
and more. I didn't even include all the pictures.
Did I mention thread?
I think I already said fabric once or twice.
There is so much stuff at this sale I don't know how it can all sell in two short days. It includes all the normal household stuff, furniture, dishes, tools, bedding, towels, and appliances.
So guess where we will be bright and early tomorrow morning???
** Pictures from McCorkle Facebook page.
***Pictures from Estate and Garage Sale Managers Facebook page.