Antiques and Nostalgia 2018

Class 81

Laura Taylor (chair 519-463-5230)

NEW: Entries will be received on Thursday between 2:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.  and remain until 4:30 p.m. on Sunday


  1. All exhibitors must have a current Membership.
  2. Antiques must be at least 75 years old.
  3. Exhibitors may only enter 1 entry in each section.
  4. Exhibitors must own the article exhibited.
  5. Historical interest and approximate age of item would be appreciated.
  6. Articles will be removed from display area only by DAS Directors.
  7. Exhibitors tags must be securely fastened.
  8. Items will be judged on age and condition.
  9. Items must not have been entered before at Drumbo Fair.

NOTE: We will do our best to return all entries in the condition in which you brought them. However, all antiques and nostalgia items are exhibited at the owner's risk.

Section 1st 2nd 3rd
1-24, 26-31 $5.00 $4.00 $3.50
25 $2.00 for each entry


Section 1 to 10 sponsored by Drumbo & District Heritage Society


  1. Ink well
  2. Paper dolls
  3. Pipe
  4. Tobacco cutter
  5. Depression glass i.e. candy dish
  6. Dresser set i.e. comb, brush, mirror
  7. China shoe
  8. Old hymn book
  9. Locket - include its history
  10. Fishing lures

Section 11 to 20 sponsored by Barbara Blake in memory of Bernard Blake

  1. Spokeshave
  2. Camera
  3. Hair curling tongs
  4. Cigar box
  5. Award medal
  6. Bow tie
  7. Baby shoes, include history, if possible
  8. Watch fob
  9. Boot jack
  10. Memorabilia from 1939 Royal Visit

Section 21 to 23 sponsored by Dennis & Linda Baker:

  1. Cast iron door stop
  2. Oldest school book
  3. Family group photo, names attached

Section 24-25 sponsored by Princeton & District Historical Society:

  1. Heirloom Quilt, any size, made prior to 1950. Please attach a short history of the quilt
  2. A Stumper" - What is it? Stump the Judge! Identify the article and its use and place answer in attached envelope

NOSTALGIA - "Communication"

Section 26 to 30 sponsored by Phil Harmer and Janet Harmer in memory of their parents, Ray & Esther Harmer.


  1. Phone
  2. Radio
  3. Record player
  4. Early cell phone
  5. Telegram
  6. Early postcard