Recent Junk Finds in November


I found a few of these things in town at a local Christmas shed sale, and some of it in a Twin Cities' Goodwill on Black Friday.

This vintage (homemade) plywood wastebasket with leather laces cost me $6.  I have already started the makeover on this piece.






I found this cool wooden chair at the same shed sale for $10.

It was in good shape, and has a great shape as well.

This oak captain's chair was made in Canada, and is in pretty good shape.

This is a matching oak mate's chair.  I purchased them at Goodwill for 50 cents each.

This copper pig watering can still had a Smith & Hawkins's tag on it's tail.  It was priced at $5.99, but I got it at 50% off.

This sign has a Kirkland's tag on the back.  The Goodwill price was $4.99, but sold at 50% on Black Friday.  

I may give it a new look, as I doubt I will mark off the days until Christmas on the chalkboard!

This Goodwill heavy wood vase/bowl was found at 50% off.   It was priced at $9.99, and original retail price tag was $29.

This green enamelware (not vintage) milk can was found at Goodwill for $3.99, and sold at 50% off.

This small heavy duty wooden crate was a Goodwill find at 50% off of $5.99.

This heavy duty tray was found at Goodwill for $4.99 and purchased at Black Friday 50% discount.

This Goodwill picnic basket was new.  It is unfinished wood!  Priced at $5.99, but sold at 50% off.

It has a little riser in the bottom.

This little junk store tool box was priced at $2.00.  It needs a makeover, and a handle!

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2 comments

  1. Great finds. The first chair looks to be hard rock maple. I don't think they make furniture from maple anymore. My parents sold maple furniture in the 60s to 70s. It was very expensive back then and of high quality workmanship. Itll be interesting to see what yo do with the chair.

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  2. Great finds. The first chair looks to be hard rock maple. I don't think they make furniture from maple anymore. My parents sold maple furniture in the 60s to 70s. It was very expensive back then and of high quality workmanship. Itll be interesting to see what yo do with the chair.

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