Press-Down Car

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These classic tin toys look as though they drove right out of a Dick Tracy comic. Press down on the rear, pull it back and it propels itself forward. Available in taxi, police and fire chief versions. Collect them all! … Continue reading

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Juggling Balls

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Another classic throwback to an era when video games and techno toys didn’t rule the roost. Colorfully striped and made of leather. Instructions included. $9.

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Anteek Coffee Table

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Anteek Coffee Table This rustic beauty features a long and slender profile for those areas where every square inch counts. Fashioned of Ponderosa Pine and stained red, it goes nicely against a wall or in the center of a room. … Continue reading

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Arco Iris Mirror

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Sure to sweep you off your feet, this colorful creation consists of a rainbow of recycled broomsticks, brought to life again like never before. Inset into Ponderosa Pine, the Arco Iris Mirror is available in either 29″W x 36″H or … Continue reading

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You Can Quote Me

An ingrained sense of community. An undeniable satisfaction in simple pleasures. Joie de vivre. These are benchmarks of a small town.

-from Small Wonders by John Frazier

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You Can Quote Me

Today’s small town is often noted – if not praised – for its diversity of constituents, its variety of thought, its tolerance for debate and discourse. But that’s just my opinion. My neighbors probably don’t see it that way.

-from Small Wonders by John Frazier

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