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 the actual death bed from Planet of the Apes, Michael Jackson artwork, and an antique Marbro lamp. Let’s go!
Rare 1930’s Celluloid & Cloth Wind-Tumbling Clown in McHenry, IL
If there is one thing that creeps me out more than anything, it’s babies! Specifically dolls that are made out to look like babies. This vintage baby doll is made of celluloid and cloth. It also moves, with the winding key you can get this little guy shaking and moving all over, if that’s what you want your scary baby doll to do! – $63.99
Actual Death Bed Prop from Planet of the Apes (2001) in Los Angeles, CA
In need of a new bed? Love the 2001 Tim Burton film Planet of the Apes? Well you are in luck! Why not grab a hold of the actual death bed from the film and sleep easy knowing our society hasn’t been taken over by apes (yet)! There’s also a number of other furnishings from the film available. – $2,100
1960’s Treasure Chest Adult Novelty Bank in McHenry, IL
Here we have a risqué little treasure chest. From the 1960’s, when you push the button and insert a coin she lifts her outfit and reveals “more money please.” This is perfect for the pervert in your life or just as a fun, little toy in the bar. Either way, the boys will love it! – $60
“I Love Michael Jackson” Art in Mesquite, TX
The King of Pop will probably be relevant long after our lifetime so why not celebrate his talent with some Michael Jackson artwork. This 11 x 14 piece was made with acrylic and holographic hexagrams on stretched canvas and would make a great addition to an pop-music obsessed home. – $150
Mid-century Marbro Harlequin Lamp in Los Angeles, CA
Finally, rounding out the week, we’ve got this mid-century Marbro harlequin lamp. It’s a hand painted plaster lamp and features a harlequin rocking out on the mandolin. Made in approximately the 1950’s, this lamp will surely light up any room physically and visually! – $400
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.