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Salvation Army collectibles available on Etsy

Submitted by on September 5, 2013 – No Comment

Etsy is an online marketplace for creative craftsmen and women! Thousands of handmade items and vintage finds for the particularly discerning shopper are added every day to the site.

And, once in a while there’s quite a trove of great Salvation Army goodies for sale too. Here’s a curated look at the current findings.

Vintage Sheet MusicAntique sheet music by Jack Caddigan and Chick Story, “Salvation Lassie of Mine.” Copyright 1919 by Leo Feist.

The sheet music above is available at the OakwoodView store on Etsy for all of $6! Add a mat and a wooden frame and it would make a great gift for your favorite fan of all things Salvation Army.

Booth StatuettesPair of statuettes of Salvation Army founders William and Catherine Booth.

About 12 inches high, the striking statuettes of the Booths are ceramic with a matte black painted finish. The pair would be an ideal addition to the bookshelf of any friend of our Army and are available at the GypsyJacksAntiques Etsy page.

Vintage letterpress shieldAntique letterpress printers block of The Salvation Army shield, circa 1930.

The PreserveCottage Etsy store features lots of old letterpress finds, including our logo shown above! For $10 plus shipping, you can add it to your collection.

But that’s not all! There are many more collectible items available on Etsy for the casual or serious Salvation Army fan, and in plenty of time for Christmas.

Click here for a link to a list of what’s currently available.


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