1905 photograph of my grandmother and her oldest step brother and sister. I've placed it in a vintage basket, hanging from a rafter in the attic.
Extremely pedestrian acrylic painting of an Ivy plant wrapped in red foil, on the ground next to our house, painted in 1973 when I was a sophomore in high school. No wonder I didn't remember it at all until I found it last week, packed away in an old art attaché that has moved with me several times but hadn't been opened since the '80s at the latest.
Some scale model car kits I've collected. Some were bought just 5-6 years ago, but many of them date back to the 70s and 80s. There is a Deora kit in the upper right, a custom pickup I believe has been mentioned in the blog in the past. In the foreground is Hoohoo's silver clarinet from the 1930s in its original case. For some reason, there were colonial feather quill pens in the case with it. Whatever the reason they were placed in there, it worked. They're still in perfect condition. Click on the image to see the car kits in greater detail.