7 mei 2014

nostalgic sign


F. HEITZ JR. 
ITEMS FOR WEDDINGS & PARTY'S

Part of the Zuiderzeemuseum in Enkhuizen is an open air museum where you can walk through the streets of a village and picture yourself in the first half of the 20th century. Besides nice small houses , a church, and maybe the more obvious like for instance an old post office and a bakery, there was this place where people would go when they had to organise a party.

  
Not sure if the items displayed would look very exciting today, but well, why not? ;)

Linking to signs, signs.

12 opmerkingen:

  1. Nice to have someone else organize the party. Means you might actually have the energy left over to enjoy the party yourself. :-)

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  2. I love these kinds of signs! Great find.

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  3. The sign is quite dignified, but the face in the lower left of the window looks like he is up to something.

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  4. I guess there have always been party organizers!

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  5. Now I want to know what their parties were like!

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  6. Attractive sign and windows. I like the idea of the open air museum.

    ~Lindy

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  7. Een hoedje was voldoende om feest te vieren destijds. Zouden we weer moeten doen...:-)

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  8. that face in the corner DOES look like he's up to something, how funny!

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  9. Oh that face is sort of scary last pic.. I like your signs.

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  10. I love hats, and those ones don't look too 'funny', so I might have worn one of them back in the day!

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