121 photos of readers’ thrifty vintage finds — keep your Uploads coming!

1960s morse supertone hi fiUpdate: Uploader closed. Come back every Friday to see what we share next. We’re a clan of incurable collectors, so I plan to feature an “upload your thrifty vintage finds” once a month as part of my new, regular Friday upload feature. So far, we have 121 photos uploaded so far in this go-round. In June, readers uploaded 257 photos, including clg1977’s:

Today’s yard sale find: 1960’s Morse “Supertone” Hi-Fi console for the living room. clg1977 Melrose, MA

Now that it’s tag sale season, I bet you’re finding all kinds of treasures out there. Show ’em off! Upload your photos this weekend — it’s easy, here’s all you need to do:

Upload photos of your recently purchased thrifty vintage treasures, belowTips:

  • If you can figure out the settings, please set your camera to no bigger than “medium” images, so files aren’t too large — large files really slow down the slide show. 
  • (2) Uploader DOES work but message you get on screen *may be* funky and confusing. Upload ONCE and trust the image it there — I just need to “set new photos free” from my control panel and will be checking throughout the weekend to do so. 
  • (3) Terms of Use apply.

Tips to view slide show: Click on first image… it will enlarge and you can also read my captions… move forward or back via arrows below the photo… you can start or stop at any image:

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Comments

    • hannah says

      Will – there’s a site that ‘talks’ to this site, where you upload your picture. I forget what it was, have to wait for Pam or someone with a better memory. 🙂

  1. Chzplz says

    The Willis & Co. stereo cabinet is mine. Made in a little town outside Montreal by a company better known for making pianos.

    And it was plucked from the garbage in my 1960’s MCM neighbourhood. A little cleanup and it looks great! Hides all my modern stereo and computer equipment inside, and the remotes still work through the fabric covered speaker openings.

  2. says

    Well, shoot! How’d I miss the uploader on this! I got the coolest lamp and wanted to add a photo – guess I’ll wait till next time!

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