The 5 Strangest Listings on Krrb This Week


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Krrb is a great place to find everything and anything secondhand, handmade and vintage. We can only imagine how these finds ended up on the classifieds in the first place. Whether or not you were looking for these unusual listings, The 5 Strangest Listings on Krrb This Week are for sale, each in need of a new home.

Who’s ready for this week’s weird stuff? Buckle your seatbelts because here we go!

Rare 1905 Leather Pyrography Pokerwork Postcard in West Town, IL


Look at this nifty little thing! It’s essentially just an old-timey text but we can call it a “postcard,” if we must. It’s made out of leather, from the year 1905 and in great condition. If you’re from Portland you might as well drop whatever you’re doing and buy this now! $15.

Vintage Instant Camera Colorburst 300 by Polaroid in Evanston, IL


As rare as it is to see still-functioning retro technology, this camera is in great working condition! All you need to do is buy the film which is incredibly hard to find these days but the picture quality itself is worth it. There’s something about the feeling of a real photograph as opposed to all this technological instagrammin’ that’s going on with the kids these days!

Vintage AMF 503 Fire Chief Pedal Car in Queens, NY


I think my grandparents had one of these here Fire Chief Pedal Cars and let me tell you, she rides like a beaute! Made in 1968 and in original condition and working order, how could you go wrong? Buy this for your kid or the kid in you. $325.

Golden Gumball Garden Terrarium in Vancouver, Canada


“Hey kiddo! You want a gumball? Well too bad!” is what you’ll be saying to all the children that enter your home. This gumball machine was repurposed into a terrarium. It’s always good to be given a second chance in life, you guys! Also, there is a cactus in it! $200.

Pencil Drawing of a Masked Cowboy by Seamus Conley in Los Angeles, CA


This pencil drawing looks like a freakin’ photograph, you guys. I’m always amazed by a person’s ability to create something that looks so lifelike with pencils. Also, this cowboy looks super badass, don’t you think? It’s framed and ready to hang! $750.

There it is guys! Who’s going to buy what? Let me know @MrChrisDonahue.

  • At this point (Q3 2014), it’s only finances that are keeping us from buying the pedal fire truck and “driving” it around town with the cowboy drawing. And I mean, like… ONLY finances.