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Wilkes Vintage Finds


Wilkes Vintage Finds was opened on Etsy.com in October 2010.  This vintage shop offers rare and hard to find items for sale.  These items range from 19th century carte de visite photographs to 1990s NASCAR die cast cars.

Etsy.com is based in Brooklyn, NY and began in 2005.  Wilkes Vintage Finds is just one of over 800,000 Etsy shops worldwide.  

A great deal of research has been necessary to accurately described and price the items in this shop.   Of course, in the very nature of being a vintage item of at least 20 years old, some items do show their age and wear.   I endeavor to discount the price on items according to condition which ranges from MINT to POOR.

I do believe the adage that "One Man's Trash Is Another Man's Treasure".  Many vintage items in general need TLC.  Perhaps, with some cleaning and minor repairs, many vintage items can have many more years in being both decorative and functional.


Please visit Wilkes Vintage Finds to see the latest vintage items for sale in this shop.


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My interest with writing began by composing poems about nature in my childhood. I also co-wrote a play in my 4th grade class when I lived in New Rochelle, NY. It generated enough positive feedback that my class put on the play in the school auditorium. I was fortunate to have a lead part. After my high school graduation, I entered the working world. For over 30 years I have been steadily gaining writing, editing and digital publishing skills. I began by composing letters and emails to company clients. I contributed to articles written for The Commuters Register based in Windsor, CT. Since 2009, I have added social media, digital publishing and blogging here in Wilkesboro, NC. Since 2010, I write ad copy for the listing descriptions for each of my 3 Internet shops open at Etsy.com. In 2012, I entered a poem about my dog Red in the World Poetry Contest. The poem was chosen for publication. I have written articles for the Winston-Salem Frugal Living Examiner and Hub Pages. In 2012, I acquired The Wilkes Gazette digital newspaper that was renamed the Wilkes County Gazette in 2014. I write under both my own name and my pen name, Jeanne Armonk.

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