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  • Koss Headphone Hangers
  • Koss Headphone Hangers
  • Koss Headphone Hangers
  • Koss Headphone Hangers

Koss Headphone Hangers

SOLD: When Koss introduced these headphones in 1970 “as the first dynamic stereophone to deliver true full frequency, high-fidelity performance”, broadcast and recording studios quickly made them the go-to cans for the professional. But even with such tremendous interest, Koss took them off the market in the 1980s in hopes of driving customers to newer […]

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  • Kodak Brownie Secret Box
  • Kodak Brownie Secret Box
  • Kodak Brownie Secret Box
  • Kodak Brownie Secret Box

Kodak Brownie Secret Box

SOLD: This authentic 1930s Kodak Brownie Junior Six-16 Box Camera makes the perfect secret box! Although Kodak stopped making film for this model in 1984, a few adjustments and a little TLC have given this piece a brand new purpose. Display it on a table or shelf and all the while use it for safekeeping […]

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  • RR Signal Switch Docking Station
  • RR Signal Switch Docking Station
  • RR Signal Switch Docking Station
  • RR Signal Switch Docking Station
  • RR Signal Switch Docking Station

RR Signal Switch Docking Station

I’ve had this dream for a while, to open a little bistrot. 5 years ago we moved to Médoc and since then this idea has been brewing steadily, produce has been sourced, inspected, sampled

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  • Panasonic Receiver Hooks
  • Panasonic Receiver Hooks
  • Panasonic Receiver Hooks
  • Panasonic Receiver Hooks
  • Panasonic Receiver Hooks

Panasonic Receiver Hooks

SOLD: From back panel of a vintage stereo receiver to one-of-a-kind wall hooks — perfect for all your hang-ups or a special gift for your favorite DJ! As built in the seventies, the Panasonic SA-40 (as seen in photo 5 for reference only) was a handsome, 70-watt FM/AM receiver. Yes, I was lucky enough to […]

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  • 1920s Headphone Wall Hooks
  • 1920s Headphone Wall Hooks
  • 1920s Headphone Wall Hooks
  • 1920s Headphone Wall Hooks
  • 1920s Headphone Wall Hooks

1920s Headphone Wall Hooks

SOLD: These Little Tattler headphones are beautiful examples of early audio, but their days of transmitting sound are long gone. At just shy of 100 year old “antique” status, I was pleased to give them a new purpose by mounting them on reclaimed wood and adding hooks. Use them to hang your favorite ‘working’ headphones; […]

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  • Hal Leonard Headphone Hangers
  • Hal Leonard Headphone Hangers
  • Hal Leonard Headphone Hangers
  • Hal Leonard Headphone Hangers

Hal Leonard Headphone Hangers

SOLD: Real vintage headphones upcycled as headphone hangers for your stuff! When I found these beauties, the electronics were waaaay past their prime. Now, they have new purpose and it has nothing to do with how they sound (or how they used to sound). If you’ve ever taught music, played in a school band or […]

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  • Footed Server II
  • Footed Server II
  • Footed Server II

Footed Server II

SOLD: Made from non-working vintage audio, this footed server is a one-of-a-kind piece ready to display your special desserts, a collection of votive candles, or to assume a permanent place on your table or counter. As seen in the pictures, a Sansui turntable platter is topped with a unique rubber slip mat (the piece that […]

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  • Turntable Cake Pedestal VIII
  • Turntable Cake Pedestal VIII
  • Turntable Cake Pedestal VIII
  • Turntable Cake Pedestal VIII

Turntable Cake Pedestal VIII

SOLD: Custom order for wedding cake display.

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Brand New

New logo. New website. New energy. Spring really is a time for new beginnings. My thanks to JSB Creative for the logo and the photos and to Wonder Crate for the website design and development. Their talent and creativity are rivaled only by their extreme patience with a very opinionated client.

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  • 1940s Multi-Tester Secret Box
  • 1940s Multi-Tester Secret Box
  • 1940s Multi-Tester Secret Box
  • 1940s Multi-Tester Secret Box

1940s Multi-Tester Secret Box

SOLD: Don’t judge a book by its cover and don’t be fooled into thinking you’re getting a working meter. Although this is an authentic Radio City Products Co., Model 449 multi-tester that was made in the 1940s, I’ve repurposed it to store your most secret stuff. Looking absolutely normal on the outside, you can slide […]

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