A collection of vintage TV stands from the 1950's, 1960's, and 1970's, ranging from classic Mid-century modern TV stands to the wood-grained '70s. Vintage TV stands for sale!
Aerolux light bulbs are a truly fascinating electrical oddity that first appeared in the 1930's. The bulbs have decorative filaments inside the glass shell that illuminate with an eerie glow, thanks to the neon gas trapped inside.
Vintage electric blankets aren't just nostalgic oddities from your childhood...they are incredibly effective instruments of winter comfort. Here you can find a curated collection of vintage electric blankets for sale.
The iconic Konica Pop camera is a favorite among 35mm film lomography enthusiasts. This Japanese-made point and shoot was manufactured between 1982 and 1985. It came in a wide variety of totally rad '80s colors, including this popular red model.
The Marx Navarone Playset from 1974, Marx WWII plastic army men, vehicles and accessories from from the 1960s and 1970s!
The Dual 1219 turntable, manufactured between 1970 and 1972, was a high-end unit with an original retail price of $189.
This commercial-grade Shredex "Watergate" Top Secret 2001 desktop paper shredder is a heavy-duty piece of industrial equipment that was favored by US Military and Government offices. Made in West Germany, this 1983-1984 model was popular due to its compact size (8.5" x 8.5" x 6") and "affordable" retail cost of $497.00. Commercial units could run upward of $8,000.00 during the shredder boom of the '80s. One of these Watergate 2001 models was reportedly purchased by none other than Richard Nixon for use in his New Jersey home! Seriously! A true story from the president of Shredex in a 1984 People interview! The Shredex Watergate Top Secret 2001 quietly and powerfully destroys documents, checks, microfilm, and even microfiche into tiny particles.
The Commodore Amiga 2000 computer system.
AmigaOS Operating System Windows Desktop
The Amiga 2000 processor cabinet
The Commodore Amiga 500 computer and its peripheral devices.
This Commodore Amiga 500 computer is shown above with power supply, mouse controller, and the Amiga 1080 color monitor. Below is a shot of the keyboard / processor, which looks a lot like a big, souped-up Commodore 64C.