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See what I go through? All for you..„ #recycling #green#vintage #clothing (Taken with Instagram)

See what I go through? All for you..„ #recycling #green#vintage #clothing (Taken with Instagram)

Unopened and almost unscathed, this box of 'Flash' cleaning powder makes a lovely little collectable.  Salvaged from the demolition of a house that sat still in time with almost all its original contents for nearly 30 years, from furniture to kitchenware, clothes and books.  You will find Vintage style branding, old English currency and even a mop voucher dated September 1968 printed on this piece. An interesting piece of memorabilia.

Unopened and almost unscathed, this box of 'Flash' cleaning powder makes a lovely little collectable. Salvaged from the demolition of a house that sat still in time with almost all its original contents for nearly 30 years, from furniture to kitchenware, clothes and books. You will find Vintage style branding, old English currency and even a mop voucher dated September 1968 printed on this piece. An interesting piece of memorabilia.

Check this website out! its so fancy! the currency is in Lei which is apparently Romanian. love the styles! omg amaze Chotronette

Check this website out! its so fancy! the currency is in Lei which is apparently Romanian. love the styles! omg amaze Chotronette

Lot 2 in the 9.3.13 Auction! Vintage African Kuba style beaded belt. Intricate detailing, the entire surface is lavishly adorned w/ colorful glass beads & cowrie shells in rows sewn onto a cloth backing. This was a sign of wealth in the Kuba Kingdom located in the Democratic Republic of the Congo; they used to use Cowrie shells as currency – the more you had the wealthier you appeared. There is an oval shaped medallion w/ turquoise inlay. #jewelry #fashion #clothing #POGAuctions

Lot 2 in the 9.3.13 Auction! Vintage African Kuba style beaded belt. Intricate detailing, the entire surface is lavishly adorned w/ colorful glass beads & cowrie shells in rows sewn onto a cloth backing. This was a sign of wealth in the Kuba Kingdom located in the Democratic Republic of the Congo; they used to use Cowrie shells as currency – the more you had the wealthier you appeared. There is an oval shaped medallion w/ turquoise inlay. #jewelry #fashion #clothing #POGAuctions

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