I'm pretty sure those Spice of Life Pyrex canisters are unused. The glass is spotless, not even any water spots. The rubber (or maybe they're plastic) gaskets inside the lids are perfect. Sometimes those are yellowed, cracked and a bit sticky. These weren't that cheap (the prices at my local Goodwills are not that great). But I figure if I can't resell them for a good price, I'll keep them for myself and use them. Those 4 mugs say Big Dipper and Little Dipper. The Little Dipper ones are kid-sized. So stinking cute. The 8-track tape is Christmas Songs. I got a stereo/record player/8-track player a while back.
Got these Ohio Blue Tip matches at an antique store. There are 3 boxes wrapped in paper. I have an opened box of these matches somewhere. Can't decide if I want to unwrap them separately and sell each box or sell all 3 wrapped.
And of course, I bought several books. I say again, if you're thrifting with me and can't find me, check the book section - that's where I'll be. I'll have to do a book count someday. I'm guessing I've got 300-400 books. I thought the Seven Little Postmen Little Golden Book was an early vintage one because the gold edging is pretty worn and the story and images are so very retro, but alas, this is a reprinted version from the 1980s. The Question and Answer Book is from 1963.
I also got a set of Tupperware Ice Tups. They were soaking in warm, sudsy water when I was taking pics. I'm guaranteed to buy at least one book and one Tupperware item on any one thrift venture. They are my all-time favorites.