Vintage Pyrex Coffee Percolator vs Keurig Single Cup Coffee Maker

Today's Coffee Makers Verses Vintage Coffee Makers

Why buy a Keurig disposable coffee maker over a vintage Pyrex stove-top percolator? Well our Keurig lasted 5 months, our Pyrex has been around since the 1950s.

Read more → Blog - Model Train Collecting for Millennials

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Before video games came to our homes in the late 1970s kids played with toys like Erector Sets, Tinker Toys and model trains. In the 1950/60s both father and sons bought, built and collected together but as the 1960s faded so did the togetherness of collecting and playing with model trains. Happily today model train collecting is alive and well thinks to the baby boomer generation. I personally had two train sets, my first was a Marx O-Scale and my second was an American Flyer H/O scale.

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Collecting Vintage Pyrex Kitchenware

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Collecting Vintage Pyrex Kitchenware

Pyrex was created by Corning, Inc in 1915 for the use in laboratories. In the late 1930's they introduced a line of cooking and bakeware. These items could go from the refrigerator to the oven and back. So became the go to cooking items for housewives from the 40's until now.

Read more → Blog - New Vintage Collectibles Website

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Welcome to the new location for hosted by Shopify. Indypicker has been selling online since 2008. We also have an Etsy shop for now, but this site houses all our great vintage items we find from the states of Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee and North Carolina.

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