Well, the calendar says it is September now AND we are also past Labor Day, which is the unofficial start to fall time. That's good enough for me. Time to start getting into the Halloween swing of things. And what better way to start than with a brand new edition of One Man's Trash.
And what a score I have to share with you. Take a look at this vintage Disney Halloween record. I just so happen to have a two year old who has recently discovered (and fallen in love with Huey, Dewey, and Louie). And she also is starting to understand what Halloween is too! (We've been talking it up a lot lately!) In any case, this darling record was a no-brainer when I discovered it at a little antique shop a few weeks ago.
The record itself is in great shape, and dates back to 1974. It contains Halloween songs and stories, as shared by the great Disney company. To be honest though I would have still bought this just for the album cover. It is darling. Great vintage graphics and in very good condition.
The cover noted that there were two bonus masks inside. Yeah right, I thought. Now that would be too good to be true. But alas...
They were there! They were paper masks on each side of the interior record cover. No one ever cut into them, so they were still there, and in perfect condition! Double score! The first mask is a Jack-o-lantern.
But the second mask- oh that second mask!. I am in love with this vintage Witch Hazel mask. She sure is a beauty!
So how much did I pay for all this gorgeous vintage Halloween goodness? One dollar!!! Yep, I also couldn't believe my good fortune. It was meant to be. And I couldn't resist checking to see what similar records are selling for. A quick search today shows upward of $25 for this exact record in far lesser condition.
So there's a little look at my most recent vintage score. And just in time for Halloween, which is right around the corner. What vintage treasures have you been finding lately?