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About Jacqui Swan

  • Member Since: January 14, 2010



desk or table lamp

desk or table lamp

January 22, 2019
Green Sportek fleece


Sportek size medium fleece – green

Sportek Green fleece, size medium Not sure if I’ve even worn it once non smoking home

January 22, 2019
Reebok Ladies M Black Down filled Reebok Vest


New Reebok down vest – black – ...

Very nice, puffy down vest Reebok Never worn Non smoking house

January 22, 2019


Very old (glass) desk/table lamp 20″...

Very nice, old lamp, glass 20″ high

January 22, 2019
Majora faux fur jacket


New Ladies “Majora” faux fur ja...

Cute Ladies faux fur jacket – never worn, warm and cozy Label says size large, but I’d say it’s more of a medium non smoking […]

January 22, 2019
God poster 35 x 24


Large Poster on backing board with hook 35&...

Large poster, 35″ wide x 24″ high on a poster board with a hanging hook

January 22, 2019


New Naturalizer size 7 leather shoes

Ladies, size 7, leather shoes, brown, made in Brazil I bought them and they don’t fit, so they have been in the closet for awhile.

January 22, 2019
Wine Storage

$10 each 2/$15

2 wine racks – not used

two wine racks, not used one still in wrapping they hold about 11 bottles $10 each or 2 for $15

January 22, 2019
Blue wool jacket


Ladies mid length wool coat

Ladies, mid length wool coat, size medium, navy blue very warm due to the wool content very lightly worn non smoking house

January 22, 2019
Puffy Jean Jacket


Warm, puffy, jean jacket – Ladies M

Ladies, denim jacket, very warm (could be down filled or similar) lots of pockets non smoking home The colour is darker blue denim than photo […]

January 22, 2019
Jones jacket


Ladies “Jones” down ski jacket ...

worn a few times, been in closet ever since ladies “Jones” brand, down jacket size small Non smoking home

January 22, 2019
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