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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.
This week we’re checking out our favorite taxidermy, some repurposed and functional art, and a fallout shelter water storage can. Let’s go!
Taxidermy African Impala in West Town, IL
What a great way to start out the week! As you may know, I love taxidermy but this piece really takes the cake. Look at how happy this taxidermy African impala is! It’s just got the biggest smile on it’s face. It’s just so happy to have a place to hang for the rest of time! – $250
Day of the Dead Portrait in Chicago, IL
This charcoal painting from the 1800’s has been repurposed with a new face! It comes with the original frame and glass, and is ready to hang! Sure to spook any of your guests. – $145
Gold Leafed Black Bear Skull in Chicago, IL
This is literally a real black bear skull, how cool! What makes it even cooler? It’s covered in gold leaf paint. It’s the perfect skull for that true baller in your life! – $295
Vintage Fallout Shelter Water Storage Can Table in Chicago, IL
As well all know, the world is slowly coming to an end! Why not pick up this converted vintage fallout shelter water storage can and kill two birds with one stone? Not only is this the perfect coffee table but when the world does come to it’s inevitable end, you’ve got somewhere to store all that water you’ve been saving up. Perfect! – $100
Industrial Steampunk Edison Original Robot Lamp in Santa Ana, CA
When someone uses the term “steampunk” to describe their creation, you can count me in! This repurposed and functioning robot lamp was made from a reclaimed 1958 MCA Wire Recorder Dictascriber machine which is great. Instead of throwing away this out-of-date machinery it’s nice to see it being used as a piece of art/lamp! – $225
There you have it! All the weird things I found on Krrb this week. What about you? Did you find anything strange? Let us know in the comments.