Steals of the Week: Very cool vintage items
This edition of Steals of the Week spotlights five of the vintage items we found to be the most awesome. Check it out:
Admittedly, our philosophy at PennySaverUSA.com (“how can we save the most money and get the most free stuff”) is not exactly text book material, but we still appreciate vintage items featuring Rodin’s “The Thinker”. A seller in Bakersfield, CA is offering two bronze bookends from the 1930s with a replica of “The Thinker” contained within each for just $60 (or best offer).
Seeing as how PennySaverUSA.com’s headquarters are located in Orange County, we can’t help but be suckers for orange vintage items. This stunning Vintage Orange Royal Haeger Pottery Vase has breathtaking beauty and is available for $250 (or best offer) in Elkridge, MD.
While not quite as pretty as the vase, the next Steals of the Week vintage item has its own charms. It’s a cute brown desk located in Pasadena, CA. The seller is willing to part with it for $100 and is looking to unload it quickly.
Next among our Steals of the Week vintage items is a real treat for all the music lovers out there. A seller in Punta Gorda, FL has vintage receivers and speakers for sale. It even comes with a turntable and an eight track! It will set you back just $40 (or best offer) to own this piece of music history.
We reserved the last spot in Steals of the Week for a vintage 1941 Kenmore Imperial Sewing Machine & Cabinet. This iconic American instrument costs only $65 (or best offer) and is located in St. Petersburg, FL.