Mixed Pompon Dahlias with their brilliant globular flowers in bright, cheerful colours. Ideal for borders and spectacular as cut flowers in a vase.

Nawww look at the pom pom dahlias! Mixed Pompon Dahlias with their brilliant globular flowers in bright, cheerful colours. Ideal for borders and spectacular as cut flowers in a vase.

Primary School tapestry

I remember doing this in Junior school, hated it back then, now love cross stitching! Did this as well

vintage solitaire game - My lovely Aunt had one just like this.

oh yeah, wore them as a teenager in the late 70 and early 80s....but actually bought a pair a few years ago and now get a new pair each summer...love them

Blast from the past: Dr. Scholl's Women's Original Sandal - I have a pair of these in my closet but they are not the originals. The originals stayed on much easier.

Sports Biscuits. I devoured plenty of these little biscuits in my time fishing the soggy remains out of the bottom of my tea cup after dunking. Back in the 70’s they mainly confined sports activities to proper Olympic sports, football, swimming and tennis, to name but a few…

Sports Biscuits - back in the they mainly confined sports activities to proper Olympic sports, football, swimming and tennis, to name but a few…

Vintage tin money box

Vintage tin money box - I remember these, forever losing the key but loved it.

Mr. Ed the talking horse - Mr. Ed was a parade and show horse, named "Bamboo Harvester". He was foaled in 1949 in El Monte, California. The Mister Ed Company bought him & had been owned by the president of the California Palomino Society.

Ed the talking horse - Mr. Ed was a parade and show horse, named "Bamboo Harvester". He was foaled in 1949 in El Monte, California. The Mister Ed Company bought him had been owned by the president of the California Palomino Society.

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