The Closet Supports the Community

The Closet contributes to the community in many ways, including through scholarships to students entering college and grants to local community service organizations. Another way that The Closet benefits the community is through its voucher program. Authorized organizations can provide their clients with vouchers up to two times a year, once for spring/summer items and…

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(SORRY – SOLD) Antique Sturditoy Toy Truck

This is an antique toy truck by Sturditoy, also known as the Pressed Metal Company. This company made toy trucks during the 1920s until 1933, and this appears to be a 1920s version. It has been very nicely restored/repainted and is missing several parts (the rear doors and the front headlights). If you examine the…

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(SORRY – SOLD) Antique Doll Stroller

The Closet has for sale a very appealing antique doll stroller constructed of wood, wicker, iron and canvas. It appears to be Victorian style, from the late 1800s/early 1900s, though its actual vintage is unknown. It is in beautiful condition given its age and would look fabulous with a collection of vintage dolls!  The Closet’s…

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Visit The Closet’s Booth at the Herndon Festival

June brings the Herndon Festival, and The Closet has a booth in the Business Expo area on June 1st and 2nd.  Stop by to chat, learn more about The Closet, let your kids play a game, and register for a Closet gift certificate raffle.  For more info on the festival go to this link:  http://www.herndonfestival.net

(SOLD) Poosh-M-Up Jr Vintage 1930s Pinball

This is a 1930s vintage baseball themed pinball game.  It is manual rather than electric, still works, and includes one ball.  Manufactured by the Northwestern Products Co, St Louis, Missouri, this example still has great colors.  The graphics are classic examples of vintage entertainment art, making this a desirable collectable for toy, pinball, or baseball…

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