"...we are in Kansas City and received a referral about a small town farm store that was a 3 generation family store. Long story short, the 3rd generation finally decided to sell the company because of problems finding staffing... Turns out the entire attic of the store was used for storage, and they used to sell clothing and buy by the truckload in the 80's. They stopped selling clothing 20 years ago, and had all this stored in the attic the entire time. We have only posted about 15-20% of the items we received... "Out of the blue find and nothing to do w me personally - but you can click some images to go direct... or here for all. Not just old Carhartt, deadstock chambray and denims too and lots more...
Sunday, December 29
10E2647: Holy NOS | E.M.Sales
Came across this storybook ebay reseller E.M.Sales recently, featuring a 53foot semi trailer full of NOS car parts, fishing equipment, farm clothing, and boots...
Monday, December 16
10E2646: Heritage (62W) Double Fronts | Carhartt Reissue
I had a correct vintage pair like this but JUST donated to my boss... great to see these reissued. Made in USA at $59?! Cannot sniff at that. Hoping the legs are straight. link UPDATE - waist is almost cut straight (good) but do not size down - they will pinch...
"Each piece in the Heritage Collection include a throwback "Car in Heart" logo patch, which was used from 1889 until approximately 1900 on bib overalls created for railroad workers. Additionally, Carhartt is reintroducing its "Red Duck" fabric, which first appeared during World War I when it was used in response to the inability of manufacturers to obtain blue denim dyes [...] The fabric remains Carhartt's renowned brown duck fabric, but in a red tinted colorway unique to this collection."
Friday, December 13
10E2645: "Cast Iron" Cleaners
Found these scrubs made in Massachusetts. Not a sponge. Sponges are gross... Braided nylon 'puck' you might say - for kitchen scrubbing but especially cast iron. 2 for $10. Contact EmptyNestBags for yours.
Tuesday, December 3
10E2644: Knives Out
Rip-roaring whodunnit... Lot of elements; from Sleuth and the mystery writer / plot controller, to Murder On the Orient Express "did everyone do it - and excessively accented detective", and much more. Yes the house itself is also a character in this one...
If you live in the Boston area and want to see this properly you HAVE to see it at Fine Arts in Maynard. A piece of the plot revolves around a car chase and more along Maynard's Main Street. And if you have seen the movie, yes those stores on the right are real.
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