|New Old Stock bathroom faucets >> See the ENTIRE STASH right here with just one click <<||Sink drains (maybe 5.5s?) >> For vintage NOS Crane stock click here <<||Super rare I bet — Crane towel bars for a sink >> For vintage NOS Crane stock click here <<
|What’s behind this door? Retro Renovators know! >> For vintage NOS Hall-Mack click here <<||Shower heads yum — >> New Old Stock Kohler faucets here <<||Crane faucets, rare and spendy — >> For vintage NOS Crane stock click here <<|
|Lotsa kitchen faucets, see my Renovate-Safe awareness-builder below — Amazing stash of New Old Stock plumbing hardware here !||Hall-Mack tow’l-scopes are the rockin awesome >> For vintage NOS Hall-Mack click here <<||Hall-Mack shelf brackets >> For vintage NOS Hall-Mack click here <<|
|Hey even flashlights! Amazing stash of New Old Stock plumbing hardware here !||NOS Kohler — >> New Old Stock Kohler faucets here <<||Oh vintage Crane how do I luv the >> For vintage NOS Crane stock click here <<|
Seems like another exciting stash of New Old Stock plumbing supplies — Kohler, Crane, Hall-Mack and more — bathroom faucets, kitchen faucets, revolving toothbrush holder and more — had been uncovered in Iowa. The stash has is now online. Go get yours! Remember: NOS may not be to code, for things like lead in the plumbing, etc.; get with your own pro to assess what you are dealing with so you can make your own informed decisions.
Links above, but here is the main one right here again:
Every week I seem to be getting a new message from a reader — someone who has just made an offer on, or bought a 1950s 0f 1960s house — all excited that there is one of these in the bathroom: A Hall-Mack Concealed Scale. I’ve spotted these fold down bathroom scales and written about them several times, but to help these readers, I thought I’d do this stand-alone story so they can get right to it.
This week’s vintage Hall-Mack miniseries concludes with 18 special accessories found in my 1962 catalog. Above: The Tow’lescope (I have two MIB) and the even more rare Extendo-Bar, which I have never seen in real life. Heck yeah there is more →
What happens in 1959 when you are building a house, and you are a plumber, and your brother, a tiler. You end up with three — count ’em: Three! — close-to-original condition, lollipop-pastel-colored tile 1959 bathrooms in your house. Carolyn is just the second owner of this treasure chest, and she isn’t changing anything. Yesterday we looked at Carolyn’s amazing pink bathroom — oh, that Cinderella! Today: her blue bathroom, vintage wallpaper still intact.Heck yeah there is more →