Above, I found a lovely vintage Ideal Tinkle Chime Rubber Face Lamby, with original tag, some Target deer ornaments, a cute retro print dress, a Lot of Misusa appliques, just to name a few!!
The lot of felt appliques have already been added to my Etsy shop this past week. I will keep two. Rest are up for grabs. So cute and a lovely applique to any vintage purse, bag, blouse or jeans!! The ideal 1950s tinkle chime lamb is in great condition and still has its tags. You can rock him back or forth and he has that roly poly doll chimes sound in him. Just cute!! I didn't know Ideal made them!! She is already listed in my Etsy shop.
Then, I found this lovely retro made sprinkle jar, with fake round sprinkles. I will use this for a scenic pic with my dolls. I remember these type of sprinkles as a kid. They were yummy too! It's so cute and nostalgic fun too! The pastel colored beads in the baggy, I'm going to use on a key chain! Next, I found this rare vintage 50s rubber face plush bear purse from Japan shopping site. I've always wanted one, and his condition wasn't great, but I love his coloring. Sweet face for sure! He has a zipper at the back so you can put your wallet, keys and go. Just adorable. I will be keeping him!
Also, through Etsy I found this lovely vintage Lucite Daisy dry flower brooch, made in Japan. I have been looking for this type of brooch since seeing the very same type on a Japanese manga ad below!! I knew that one day I might find one, and here it is!! Still has its original Japan sticker too!
Speaking of ads, I finally found a Chubby Tubby ad on Ebay and bought it!! I've always wanted one, just for the cute illustrations of all the cute Tubby bears with wings. I've seen these cupid tubby bears, and one day I hope I can find one! A cute piece of vintage Rushton history!! Now, I just need to frame it. Next, I was looking for some cute pins to put in my Fawn pin cushion and found these lovely celluloid Japan tulip pins on Etsy. I bought two colors, yellow and pink. They are a great addition to my fawn pin cushion too, don't you think?!
Last, these amazing Heiko Nostalgic wrapping paper gatcha pouches from Japan!! After seeing a fellow Japanese collector share her pouches on instagram, made me want to get a set too! I was able to find a seller online I could buy a set from. I remember the strawberry bag print, the fruit print, and the toys print. We had a shop that sold Japan Sanrio toys, etc. exclusively on Guam, named, "Julie's" late 70s and early 80s. The shop was situated, where the Nanbo Insurance complex is now. Then, late 80s, Julie's moved into the Agana Shopping Center, and rename itself, for the life of me, I can't recall?! I'll have to add it later into this post, when I do. LOL Anywho, Lita and I used to go there to just browse through all the Sanrio stuff and all the US dolls and toys in the 80s. When we bought something, they use to put our purchases into the toy bag wrapper, even if it was just candies. Ahhh, the memories!! You don't get that kind of personal touch any more...
Thank you for reading! ~ ggsdolls