The bell even stays lighted! After 65 years, the plastic push-button on our original doorbell kinda caved in and disintegrated. I kernoodled a bit re: where had I stashed it. And in about three tries, I found it.
Life in a Gold Medallion All-Electric Home
Part 2: Advice For Buying Your First Vintage Camper - "She has good bones!" — COMETCAMPER
If you have just bought a mid-century modern suburban-type house and found a gold medallion affixed to the exterior wall, you might be wondering what this is all about. In the 1960s and '70s, this badge meant that you were entering a house of technological marvels. No, it did not mean that the home had a Jetsons -like system of automatic dog washers and food preppers. It simply meant that the home had a relatively new innovation of the time: It was 100 percent electrified.
That's what I said when I bought my first vintage camper. She did have good bones, but I think if I had known the tidbits of information I'm about to divulge to you, I would have had a better idea of what I was really in for! So, let's get to it! This is Part 2 of a post about what to look for and what to avoid when checking out potential camper projects.
The total electric gold medallion was awarded to all electric homes built in the late 50s to early 70s. Back then, electricity was affordable an an all electric home was futuristic. Without a bank account, where can i get a medallion stamp? It lists the model of the rifle as well as its serial number.