22 Immortal Things From The Past

These timeless relics highlight the ingenuity and creativity of bygone eras, each one telling a story of history and heritage. Picture ancient tools, vintage gadgets, and classic designs that remain influential and admired even today.

Radio clock my mother got in 1978 when she was 12 years old, still used everyday.

My grandpa’s 1965(ish) HP 21 Calculator.

53 years old and runs like a top. They don’t make ’em like this anymore.

Braun HL 1 – stood on my grandfathers desk running daily since the 70s. Now it’s standing on my desk.

Rubber boots from 1962, still waterproof after 61 years.

Clark Stopwatch. It caught my eye at a flea market. Paid $2 bucks. The timing is still dead on balls accurate.

This truck out lived its owner and became a family legacy.

50+ year old Coleman stove still works.

The Riddler has given me nearly 30 years of quality drinkware. I still use it to sip on some bourbon every night. McDonald’s just doesn’t make things like they used to.

Who needs a Spotify subscription, or even internet, with these babies, and my CD collection!

In 1927 this desk was moved into this office and has been here ever since. Leopold Desk Company.

Forklift I saw being used. The owner said it’s from the 60s.

A palette knife I bought brand new more than 30 years ago. I created countless paintings with it.

My dad owns a piano business. I just bought my first house and the same week he calls me and says he got me a present. A mover my dad knows was about to take this to the dump for someone but called my dad first and he nabbed it. 1892 Knabe.

BSA motorcycle. Same couple on the same motorbike in 1955 and 2015.

These have lived in my grandparents trunk my whole life now I get to pull them out at family gatherings.

My 100+ year old weekly user.

My mom bought this clothes hamper for me in 3rd grade. I’m 28 and still using it.

Needed a new coffee machine, got this for $30 used.

Corelle dishes. My mom bought these at 18 when she moved out. She’ll be 63 this year.

My grandfather’s 1964 cub cadet he purchased new. He used it regularly up until the early 2000s. The family decided to get a full restoration done on it. After a year, it’s ready to go another lifetime

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