Friday, December 14, 2012

Happy Valentines Jackpot!!!

Whoo Hoo, doing my Happy Friday Dance!  I have a busy weekend planned and can't wait to get on with it!  Such a fun time of year!

I have been teasing y'all for a couple of posts about the "Jackpot" that I hit at an estate sale the other weekend.    Well here it is!
Mega vintage Valentines!  I got an entire box, almost 100 valentines!  It wasn't priced and I approached the fellow with the pricing gun with concealed excitement and asked how much.  He took one look and said "Looks like a bunch of junk paper to me, how about $1.00?"  I said that works for me and was jumping up and down with joy!

I mean they really should belong to me... Here's why:
Look at the name on those adorable envelopes..LINDA.. see they were meant to be mine!
When did they quit making such cute valentines?

Look at this envelope!  A pixie on it! 

Here's one that wasn't used!

Love this one!

Paper doll valentines!  I've never seen these before..

So many!!!

Of course this one is my favorite.. A me!

So many of them were signed like this... They just put numbers for letters of the alphabet and you figured out who they were from!  It must have been quite the trend as 1/2 of them were signed like this!

I almost got this little box of goodies for $1.00  I am a sucker for little boxes of goodies!

A Beatles trading card

Tiny little books and a JFK postcard
Some cute little plastic animals

And these 3 beautiful Christmas corsages! 

Right after Christmas I will be scanning the Valentines and uploading them to Flickr so that we can all use them for our Valentine crafting!!  I can't wait to get started!

Hope everyone has a wonderful weekend!




Kim K. said...

Yippee for you! Yippee for me because you are willing to share for Valentine crafting! You are one lucky lucky lady. $1. That's awesome! How fun that they were held onto and you were able to rescue them. Happy Friday!

Holly- Cutie Pie Cottage said...

Oh fun! After Christmas you'll have these to play with!

Love the secret code signatures. :)


WOW, What a HUGE SCORE!! I almost fell off my chair!!!
I love when that happens!
Have FUN!!

Shirley Hatfield said...

I have been enjoying my Aunt Jane's scrapbook full of 1940's valentines for years...isn't it fun to get a big bunch all at once? Thank you for sharing your "Christmas Coffee" memories with you I could almost smell the coffee! It's one of my favorite scents...I don't drink it, but it reminds me of vacations and eating coffee shoppe breakfasts. Sigh!!!

Erica of Golden Egg Vintage said...

I'm sooo happy for you! We all need one of these Jack Poy kind of finds now and then! And this one was fantastic!
FYI, I will be hosting a Vintage Valentine Candy Box Swap! I'll post about it real soon.
I think you might have enough Valentines to participate! LOL
Erica :)

Erica of Golden Egg Vintage said...

**** Jack POT hahah

vintage grey said...

Look at all these pretties!! So fun and a great deal!! Happy weekend to you! xo Heather

Tammy's in Love said...

Way to score deals Linda! I was about to produce my Monopoly "Share the Weath" card with those Valentines! My friend Flickr! LOVE LOVE LOVE. The Majorette is PERFECT!!!

Nan said...

Will look forward to those Valentines on your Flickr account. What a find that was and the fact the guy thought they were junk paper lol.

Celestial Charms said...

Wow, a true treasure trove...and in perfect condition, too. Lucky you.

Mountain Mama said...

Oh my gosh some of those valentines look very familiar! I think the older ones are so cute. I'm not impressed with the new ones at all. You sure got a lot of fun stuff.

My Vintage Mending said...

Linda you always find the good stuff...These are amazing...Happy Holidays...Renee

The Custards said...

Hello and thank you for calling in - that is certainly a very nice box of goodies indeed!
Best wishes for 2013

harriette said...

Look at all those Valentines! What a score, lucky you!! Newest follower, I am enjoying your blog ;)