To our valued email list subscribers and readers. We continue to get notices of upcoming event cancellations. We just received another concerning the Pasadena College Flea Market. They have cancelled April’s 2020 event.
Rather than us continuing to generate emails on this subject we suggest you check on any travel destination of any event. Prior to making any trip in the coming future. Go to the actual source for the latest updates. Our site may not get official notices, or even a heads up from a contributing individual/member.
We personally are adhering to any local or federal mandated rules, or even suggestions, or recommendation. Hoping this passes sooner rather than later.
4th of July Sale. Sale will run from Sunday July 1st thru Wednesday July 4th. Everything in store is 15% off except items marked “firm”. On Wednesday the 4th, we will be serving ice cream sundaes free of charge.
Be sure to come in for the President’s Day Weekend Sale. Three days of 15% off nearly all items in the store. Are you visiting Las Vegas this weekend? Don’t miss this sale. Over 60 dealers to choose from at this one location.
This appears to be a pre 1950’s Bostrom-Brady #2 Transit Level. Known as a Builder or Farm Level. Some parts brass, other parts copper or possible red brass. Manufactured by Bostrom-Brady Mfg. Co. Atlantic, GA U.S.A
We believe it is in in its original wood box. The box is vintage and original looking. Corners of the box are joined using finger joints. Hinge pins appear to be a nail with tail bent over and trimmed off.
The box has a wood padded cradle to hold the transit level, as well as a place to secure a Plumb Bob. The Plumb Bob is missing. There is no paper instruction sheet, and any Bostrom-Brady label or tag that may have existed is not on or in the box.
There is a unique label attached to the inside of the hinged lid. It adds some dated material to the piece. Making it somewhat unique, more desirable, and perhaps adding some additional value to a collector.
Has a label inside the box from: William T. Lindstrom Co. Surveying Instruments Drawing Materials Repairing of Scientific Instruments 127 E. Sixth St Los Angeles, CAL. Hand dated 7/31/53
If we speculate a bit we could assume this piece had some type of repair, or perhaps was resold in 1953 by the William T. Lindstrom Co.?
If you owned this piece what would you do with it?
Two Pearl Necklaces just in time for Christmas. Going in the shop today (12/17/2017).
Some call these South Pacific Circle Pearls. They are not the typical more spherical shape. Beautiful and very classic.
Both of these are a 32 inch continuous loop/strand necklace. No clasp. One is mostly a white ivory color. The other is has a slight gold color to the white ivory coloring.
Please note: Chanel background is for display only and not for sale.
Vendor #24 Charleston Antique Mall
560 S. Decatur Blvd
Las Vegas, Nevada 89107
702 228-4783 Click for Map to street address Glass 6ft case just inside the main entrance
Early 2016 we expanded into a Booth area too – Ask front desk for both of our locations Gemstone lapidary specimens finished and Raw
Amethyst Geodes cut and polished
Carved Stone Asian figures – Amethyst, Fluorite, Jade, etc
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