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.

Do we have some tricks and treats for you this week? You better believe we do!

1959 Grundig Radio in Brooklyn, NY


If you want an old radio that doesn’t actually play sound but has a light on it that works than this 1959 Grundig Radio is right up your alley! It actually is in good condition minus the whole not having sound thing but maybe with a little elbow grease you can fix that! $50.

1930 Cigarette Dispenser in New York, NY


This didn’t come with much description at all but you get the idea. Put a bunch of cigarettes into this thing and then whenever you have company you can all chain smoke and pretend to be rich or whatever. Perfect for your upcoming Halloween Party if you fill it up with fake cigarettes—jokes on them! $85.

Taxidermy Jackalope in Brooklyn, NY


Huge fan of taxidermy animals right here but this one is truly special. It’s a Jackalope, an animal that doesn’t actually exist. Make believers of those who visit you. $225.

Used Bowling Pin in Brooklyn, NY


Strike! Missing that tenth bowling pin to complete your set? Well, now you’re in luck! This bowling pin is in excellent condition and it’d make for a great decoration around the house. What a steal! $10.

Tiki Bar Stools in Long Beach, CA


And last but certainly, absolutely not least these Tiki Bar Stools. Perfect for that home bar you’ve always wanted. Now who wouldn’t love sitting on a seat that looks like an alien’s face? Answer: No one. $600.

There you have it, y’all. Couple of weird decorations, some bar stools, but most importantly—proof of a jackalope. What a treat!


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