The Beacon Two-Twenty Five produced by Whitehouse Products, Inc., Brooklyn , New York from 1950 to 1958 is the big brother to their previous incarnations the Beacon and Beacon II, both smaller 127 roll film cameras. #vintage #camera

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Pretty Things

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Vintage Bakelite Bracelet Earring Set Butterscotch Gold Wide Bangle

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Bakelite powder box

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ummmm bakelite..

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Beauty Shop Hair Dryers

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Hair Combs, Barretts, Hair Curler, and Hair Pin

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It's a Hot Wave Perm

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1960's Beauty Parlor

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Seamed Nylon Hose

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Baby Carriage

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Singer Sewing Machine

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Maytag Washing Machine

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Hand Brooms

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Fridge

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Stop Sign, They Used To All Be Yellow Not Red As They Are Today

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Cheese Or Fruit Strainer

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Wooden Folding Ironing Board

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Baby Buggy

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Tan leather lace up antique shoe from 1914

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Antique Cosco Baby Rocker.

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Cream & Saddle 3 Strap Shoes Brass Buttons

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Pair of children’s shoes, C.S. Gilman, about 1851 Bethnel Breen Museum of Childhood, London

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Blue Baby or Childs Shoes - Mary Janes

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