Modest and Nostalgic - MoNos

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Raleigh Chopper. Someone (some cool/rich kid)  in the neigborhood had this. Alas it did not come with the babe.

Raleigh Chopper. Someone (some cool/rich kid) in the neigborhood had this. Alas it did not come with the babe.

Inexpensive, made in U.S.S.R, single shot 22lr bolt action rifles (this one is TOZ). Every tightwad farmer had one for pest control. Used to destroy beer bottles with this as a kid when visiting grandparents in the countryside. (better guns (i.e. Sako or Valmet) were reserved for real hunting)

Inexpensive, made in U.S.S.R, single shot 22lr bolt action rifles (this one is TOZ). Every tightwad farmer had one for pest control. Used to destroy beer bottles with this as a kid when visiting grandparents in the countryside. (better guns (i.e. Sako or Valmet) were reserved for real hunting)

Ultima Thule -series by Tapio Wirkkala. It is even nowdays very likely that a nostalgia-aware host will serve you Koskenkorva or Finlandia vodka from Ultima Thule shot glass. I dunno whether this qualifies as "modest" per se, but the context usually makes this glassware modest.

Ultima Thule -series by Tapio Wirkkala. It is even nowdays very likely that a nostalgia-aware host will serve you Koskenkorva or Finlandia vodka from Ultima Thule shot glass. I dunno whether this qualifies as "modest" per se, but the context usually makes this glassware modest.

This was always so ultra-pop yet modest. Ericsson Ericofone aka Kobra.

This was always so ultra-pop yet modest. Ericsson Ericofone aka Kobra.

Iittala Mariskål. Whenever you visited an older relative you could expect her (it wal always her, not him) to serve some old-fashioned bonbons in a Mariskål.

Iittala Mariskål. Whenever you visited an older relative you could expect her (it wal always her, not him) to serve some old-fashioned bonbons in a Mariskål.

Tonka cars.

Tonka cars.

Sarvis plastic cups. They were everywhere, even in the army canteen you could find them.

Sarvis plastic cups. They were everywhere, even in the army canteen you could find them.

Vauxhall Viva (1968 Model). My dad owned one. 60s and 70s were still brit car days.

Vauxhall Viva (1968 Model). My dad owned one. 60s and 70s were still brit car days.

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