See the food chopper in the back, behind the the with all of the wonderful gears? It says "100 Universal." Is that the same thing as the Universal No. 1 Chopper my husband is looking for? If it is, does he want one that sits on the counter instead of clamping to it? (I'm thinking the answer is no, not if he plans on using it.)
Its tag says that the wonderful rusty thing with all of the gears (and doesn't that look like a wind up key sticking out of the top?) is an apple peeler. It sure doesn't look like the ones I own!
From a distance, I thought the chair was kind of cute. Then I read the words on the seat. I want a chair that blesses my house from things that go bump in the night! If I could figure out where to put it, I'd have checked the price tag.
Lots and lots more food choppers, and not a No. 1 in the batch. I love how they're displayed.
And a pretty dollhouse, way above my head so I couldn't see the graphics inside.
I thought these card table playhouses were a newer invention, but this one dates from 1951. According to an article in Popular Science, it's an oversized paper bag made by the Kennedy Car Liner and Bag Company and can be refolded for re-use "unless play gets too rough." It's also flameproof.
That adorable baby picture I fell in love with a few years ago is still hanging over a doorway in this shop. And I'm still too short to make out the price tag...