13 Wyoming Color Postcards 5 linen used + new 1 1908

Wyoming Postcards

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Milk Glass Hobnail Pattern 10″ lamp shade

Hobnail Shade 3

Hobnail Shade 1

Hobnail Shade 2

Realized $12.72 3/7/10

Blue White Wildflower Stoneware Rolling Pin

Rolling Pin Wildflowers

Rolling Pin Wildflowers 2

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Vintage Agricultural Chemicals Thermometer Treflan Balan Elanco

Treflan Thermometer back

Treflan Thermometer front

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Bradley Hubbard Nickel Plate Center Draft Oil Lamp

B&H Lamp 1

B&H Lamp 2

B&H Lamp 3

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Franklin Mint BMW Z8 Roadster Diecast Car 1/24

BMW Z8 1

BMW Z8 2

BMW Z8 3

BMW Z8 4

BMW Z8 5

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Ertl International Cub Tractor 1991 Special Edition 1/16

Cub Tractor 1

Cub Tractor 2

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Lutheran Church Hamburg Minnesota Souvenir China Dish

Hamburg Church Plate 2

Hamburg Church Plate 1

Realized $19.31 3/7/10

Thingery – My Word

I coined “Thingery” a long time ago and offered this entry at Wikipedia, which stuck:

User talk:Thingery

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A Thingery is a type of business which turns stuff into Things through a process which is much like spinning straw into gold, mainly marketing their wares online.

Thingeries are entrepreneurial, independent and usually eco-responsible.

They are consumer-focused, often offering a variety of Things which at first glance seem unassociated with each other, but that is exactly their attraction. They are consumer-driven and consumers actually prefer a chaotic ever-changing collection of things when browsing on the Internet.

Tonight I wondered how my word was doing so I Googled it and found this scholarly discussion:

Scholarly Discussion of Thingery

Nintendo Power Magazine vol 50 Links Awakening

Nintendo Power 50

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