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The tougher the better. How many kids' lunchbox thermoses survived the wear and tear of daily dropping? Here's a nice, heavy duty Vintage Thermos from "the day".

Cassette tapes. Yep I had these tapes in the 80s

Vintage foldup wire basket - I found one of these at a yard sale, great for blanching vegetables.

1958 Motorola Portable Radio. This was the first time radios where small enough to take with you. It was absolutely revolutionary. People could not believe it, and EVERYONE had to have one to take to picnics or the beach etc. The technology became available because of the space race, and knowing they had to have small transmitters for the space capsules. Biddy Craft

Mercurochrome... If you read the words above and cringed then you know exactly what I'm talking about! It came in a little bottle with a cap that served as a dropper or just had a stick on it. It was this reddish orange color that stained everything it touched including your skin for days. And it was what my mom used on every cut or scrape throughout my childhood. Just the mention of it brought tears to my eyes.

The doll I had was similar to this one... You put records in her back and she talked.

Vintage telephone, from the 50s before that there was no curly cord. Just cord like on an iron.

Portable record player. It played two sizes with the help of a little plastic contraption.

Vintage Old School Scissors. In first grade I used these to cut my eyelashes off. Where was the teacher??? I'd love to have those lashes today.

Vintage Acrylic Photo Cube 70s Decor... Incredibile, questa ce l'ho!!! Era dei miei nonni, ci sono dentro le foto di mio fratello...