4 Antique Folding Chairs (Manly Vintage) $40


For your consideration is a nice antique folding chairs in sturdy and butt-ready condition. Antique but functional.

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Dimensions Unfolded:

Width 15 inches

Depth 20 inches

Height 34 inches

I will deliver these chairs to anywhere in the Chicago area, once you have made a $5 deposit via paypal. The $5 would then be subtracted from the total price. I will not accept a money order from Nigeria, so please don’t try to scam me! CASH ONLY!!!

The Machinist’s Skull and Wheels

The Machinist's Skell and Wheels

I’ve been in the vignette mood lately

Antique George-Scherr Co. Machinist tool box. Outside of the box is distressed, but entirely solid. The 7 drawers are in excellent condition, with what appears to be the original green felt. Definitely for the man who loves his tools, but also right at home with a little lady as a jewelry box. c 30s. 20″ wide. 13.5″ tall. 9″ deep. $215.

Bull Head Mount. Wire mount on back for complete ease while hanging over your kids beds. 20″ long. 16″ wide at horns. 7″ deep. $85

Pair of metal industrial wheels. Rusty and beautiful. 5″ diameter. $50

Set of three apothecary bottles. Perfect condition, each with a rubber stopper. 6″, 5″, and 4″ tall. $25

Contact us at manlyvintagechicago@gmail.com

Taking Craigslist to another level


We’re trying to take selling on craigslist to another artistic level. Does it mean more or less sales? I’m not sure. While the rest of craigslist is Faded Glory, we’re trying to be Viktor and Rolf. (Okay maybe I’ve overplaying our hand a little). One thing is for sure, its not enough for us just to snap a few blurry over-flashed pictures and call it quits. We must dominate and outdo everyone.

My take on the 1970s. All for sale, all the time, at the soul crushingly low price of best offer please.

I offer you this. On Craigslist.

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How to Build an Igloo

This classic short film shows how to make an igloo using only snow and a knife. Two Inuit men in Canada’s Far North choose the site, cut and place snow blocks and create an entrance–a shelter completed in one-and-a-half hours.

The commentary explains that the interior warmth and the wind outside cement the snow blocks firmly together. As the short winter day darkens, the two builders move their caribou sleeping robes and extra skins indoors, confident of spending a snug night in the midst of the Arctic cold!