A mudman rests under an orchid umbrella
The front face of John’s grandfather’s gold pocket watch.
Don’t worry about the world coming to an end today. It is already tomorrow in Australia. — Charles M. Schulz
The gold watch is a family heirloom passed down from John’s grandfather.
We’re thankful for for our modern wheels and tires, especially when we hit the road construction areas of the Gunflint Trail. That said, at least the oldies were puncture-proof.
The museum contains numerous models of the Nina, the Pinta and the Santa Maria. This model appears to have been crafted from sheet metal.
“In fourteen hundred and ninety two Columbus sailed the ocean blue.” Part of the mall contains a small museum dedicated to Christopher Columbus.
The Columbus mall is billed as the largest antique store in Wisconsin. After wandering through the first five sections (some sections had additional subsections labeled with letters), we still had three more sections to visit.
An old sign board advertising Schlitz Beer. It’s out of this world!
A very old ceremonial mask.
Where’s the damage? Who’s got the needle?
Have a cup or two and put little jive into your step.
An unidentified sculpture for sale.
Substituted for “Never Marry an Old Man”
The Columbus Antique Mall and Museum is located in an old converted three story canning factory which contains this industrial elevator.
Did ya eva see a bulldog wearing a derby and smoking a cigar? We found one in the Columbus Antique Mall in Columbus, WI.
Don’t stop till the derby ends . . . roller derby, that is.
They were standing on a shelf in an antique mall with nary a horse in sight.
This life-sized John Belushi resides at M. Schettl Sales, purveyors of weird statues and oddball art, in Oshkosh.
She would never say where she came from . . . she comes and goes . . . Goodbye, Ruby Tuesday
The torn case lining testifies to the condition of its contents. We think it had earned its keep.
An oldie, but goodie.