FyndIt is a helpful website that connects people who want stuff with the people who can find it. It’s a great place for collectors to go when they can’t seem to find what they are looking for. Members also use our site to showcase unusual and interesting stuff they have found. Each week we like to highlight some of the best Finds from the FyndIt community.
This week, one of our members posted a 19th Century Replica Vampire Slayer Kit. According to the description, the kit includes a wooden cross with rosary beads, a vintage Holy Bible, vintage pliers (for pulling teeth), pointed silver cross, vampire ashes (in bottle,) vampire teeth (in bottle), vampire blood (in bottle), six shot pistol (replica non firing), silver colored bullet (for pistol), paper cartridge pack (for pistol), replica percussion cap tin (for pistol), wooden mallet, wooden stake, four glass bottles that include brimstone, acrimony, vampirism and powdered garlic.
So, if there is a vampire on the loose and you need to take care of business, get your own Vampire Slayer Kit here. It also looks cool on the shelf.
Tis the season for zombies! Our community of Finders have posted some great Halloween Finds inspired by the undead. FyndIt users scour shops and online stores searching for the coolest and most unusual stuff they can find. Once they’ve discovered something totally awesome, they post it to FyndIt to share with others. Browse our list of Finds to see if there is something that you can’t possibly live without!
The Find of the Week is a special edition vintage Fossil Superman watch with telephone booth bank. Produced in 1993, this second edition to the Superman collection, depicts comic art from the golden era of America’s #1 superhero. Captured in mid-flight, Superman adorns the face of the watch. It comes packaged in a miniature telephone booth, an appropriate changing spot for Clark Kent.
FyndIt member mikestang99 has posted the 1993 rare vintage Fossil Superman watch with telephone to the site as a Find. If you are a Superman collector or in the market for a handsome watch, don’t miss out on this opportunity to find out where to get it. As most collectors know, this watch only comes up for sale from time to time and there are currently none available for sale on eBay. Click here to get your own collectible Superman timepiece complete with telephone booth.
Do you know where to find cool stuff for sale on the internet, at the flea market or in the corner of an old antiques store? If so, post it to FyndIt as a Find and you could earn money connecting collectors with rare items.
Browse the types of Finds that have been posted to FyndIt and see if you can add anything that would be of interest to someone else. So interesting that they would be willing to pay you money to find out where to get it.
These are not your average run of the mill garden gnomes! FyndIt’s Find of the Week is a group of hard-core garden gnome rock stars. Do you know a KISS fan who also loves garden gnomes? This hand painted set of gnomes would make the perfect gift for that headbanger with a heart for little forest people. Find out where to score this set of KISS Garden Gnomes.
Do you know where to find cool and unusual stuff online or in stores? You could earn money finding kitsch items and posting them to FyndIt. You never know, something you find could be the one thing that someone else has been looking high and low for! Post your great discovery to the Finds on our site and if someone is interested in the item you posted, they will pay you a little coin to find out where to get it.
The Find of the Week for January 6th, is a horror comic released by EC Comics in the 1950’s titled The Haunt of Fear #17. Filled with zombies, witches, crypt keepers and things that go bump in the night, this horror series was snuffed out by the comics code in the late 1950’s.
The comic code was put into place over the growing concern about the negative effects depictions of gratuitous violence in comics was having on the youth readership. The code was created by comic publishers as an alternative to government regulation over the content published in comic books. Publishers would submit comics to the association for review and if the story line and illustrations met the code, it was given the seal of approval by the Comics Code Authority.
Horror comics such as The Haunt of Fear, had to cancel their publications after the comic code was put into place, because comic characters of the likes of vampires, zombies and werewolves were considered too gruesome and violent for the comic book audience. After the 1950’s, horror comics all but disappeared, that is until the code was completely dropped by all comic publications in the 2010’s.
A FyndIt member has located a very good copy of The Haunt of Fear #17 with a CGC universal grade of 4.5. If you are a zombie lover, horror fan or pre-code comic collector don’t miss out on finding out where to get this vintage horror collectors comic.
The Find of the Week for December 30th, is a beautifully handcrafted comic book villain walking stick. This one-of-a-kind Batman collectible is carved out of myrtle wood and captures the evil sinister laugh of The Joker. This unique walking stick would look great displayed in a collection or being used to steady oneself on difficult terrain. The amazing detail and quality of this cane would make any “bad guy” look good.
Check out other cool Finds at FyndIt. You never know, someone may have found something you are looking for.