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Labor Day Number Poster for Collier’s magazine, Vol. XXVII, No. 22 (August 31, 1901) Artist: Edward Penfield (American; 1866–1925) Color lithograph The New York Public Library, Art & Architecture Collection

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Christian Leibeck, dividers with adjustment & patent drawing, 1997. Germany. Via Lexikaliker

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Found these axes at the Goodwill today. The smaller is a Norlund Saddle Cruiser (double headed) and the larger is still a mystery, though it appears to be some sort of standard double headed fire axe. Both came with the leather sheaths and each were under $10. Total score.

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I don’t steal clothes. I don’t need to, not really, I have so many clothes I can literally wear a different top every day of the year. I have more than 60 marvel t-shirts, 19 of those are Iron Man. I’m a serious tshirt geek. That said since I used to work in retail I love detaching tags, even if it’s just to fuck with the shop. I bought one of those mini torch-like magnets for cheap o...

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Artist: Raj Kumar Jagdishia Title: Steampunk Lamp “Hello everyone. This is my free time work. I got this idea from “www.pinterest.com”. I hope you’ll like it… Thanks and C&C are welcome.” Amazing work and those details… wow

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