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poepdoos - wc met ombouw incl opberg?

Afbeeldingsresultaat voor kolenhok ouderwets

Afbeeldingsresultaat voor kolenhok ouderwets

Delightful vintage toy kitchens. Visit my blog http://cdiannezweig.blogspot.com/ and my site http://iantiqueonline.ning.com/    Vintage Tin Kitchen Toy* by ilovehesby, via Flickr

Vintage tin kitchen toy utensils, cookware, bakeware in the vintage red and cream plaid picnic basket :)

The 'Miraculous Chair of Palermo', parturition chair, early 18th century [Science Museum] "Birthing Chair"

This adjustable chair let 18th-century women give birth in something approaching comfort

The 'Miraculous Chair of Palermo', parturition chair, early century [Science Museum] "Birthing Chair"

De wc! Bij opa en oma in Vianen weigerde ik om naar het toilet te gaan. Véél te vies. Dan maar ophouden.

De wc! Bij opa en oma in Vianen weigerde ik om naar het toilet te gaan. Véél te vies. Dan maar ophouden.

Need this to feed a trough

Need this to feed a trough

I always wanted this one, but at least I had friends who did. Loved the elevator!

Fisher-Price Garage: a classic! Always played with this at Susan's! So many awesome memories!

gratis spaarpotjes bij je eerste spaarrekening

gratis spaarpotjes bij je eerste spaarrekening

Bedstee. En onderin werden de aardappels bewaard

Bedstee. En onderin werden de aardappels bewaard

The Walker sisters at home in Sevier County, Tennessee, c.1962 ~ Margaret Jane (seated) & Louisa Susan. The Walker farmstead was originally built & settled by 1870. The farm was placed on the Nat'l Register of Historic Places in 1976. It has since been restored & maintained by the Park Service in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park (bottom pic). Wikipedia entry ~

The Walker sisters at home in Sevier County, Tennessee, ~ Margaret Jane (seated) & Louisa Susan. The Walker farmstead was originally built & settled by The farm was placed on the Nat'l Register of Historic Places in

The patrimonial chair in Europe, the end of the XVIII century.

Adjustable birthing chair, Europe, Why don't they use something like this still? My thought is gravity must work better when you aren't laying down.

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