Connect with Us Proper DOT dustyoldthing_belowtitle July 4 – Featured Antiques on Dusty Old Thing Dusty Old Thing Share on Facebook Pin from: Julie Burnett Morton: “Tiger cedar chest circa 1925” from: Holly Witsaman Lego: “Can anyone give me any info on this little metal tray. I found it in my Great Grandmother’s sewing tin. It has to be over 100 years old” from: Holly Witsaman Lego: “Antique ashtray I pick up at a church sale” from: Holly Witsaman Lego: “Grandmother’s set, from England” How Did Early 1900s Immigrants Live? One NYC Museum Aims to Tell the Story: Click “Next Page” below! Next Page Share on Facebook Pin RevContent Proper DOT dustyoldthing_belowcontent Recommended At Least You Didn’t Burn the Beer: Sexist Vintage Ads Get a Twist Aretha Franklin, “The Queen Of Soul”, Has Died At Age 76 10 Weird & Wonderful U.S. Cities You Should Visit Right Now 14 Salt of the Earth Sayings from Popeye Get Dusty Old Thing stories in your Inbox!