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INDUSTRIAL / BARN VINTAGE METAL PENDANT

VINTAGE METAL LIGHT WHITE ENAMAL INTERIOR BLACK EXTERIOR HAS BEEN PAINTED FROM ITS ORIGINAL GREEN MADE IN THE USA

January 17, 2019
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$95.00

Vintage BENJAMIN Industrial Pendant Light

Black Industrial Pendant Light BENJAMIN MADE IN THE USA Metal / white enamel interior / cast iron top Has been spray painted black from its […]

January 17, 2019
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priceless

WANTED COINS/ STAMPS Gold and Silver FOR $$...

Always buying for CASH ,your unwanted gold and silver jewelry ,coins ,collections , bank notes,stamps and estate items. Call Susan or John anytime for FREE […]

January 17, 2019
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195.00

Wolf Fur Throw

A sumptuous wolf fur throw, 32×48 inches, made from a fur coat. Backed with the satin coat lining. Fur is thick and extremely soft. Just […]

January 16, 2019
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$2500.00

COURTYARD ENTRANCE DOORS

Majestic Court Yard Entrance Doors RARE Late 18th Century Northern Province of Shanxi . Constructed from Northern Elm Rear side of doors complete with original […]

January 13, 2019
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$1975.00

ANTIQUE WOOD CAROUSEL HORSE

Antique Carved Wood an “ALLAN HERSCHELL” original Carousel Horse ” THE JEWELLED JUMPER” Made in the USA, Vintage 1920 -1930 In excellent condition with some […]

January 13, 2019
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$110.00

ANTIQUE BOUILLOTTE BRASS TABLE LAMP

ANTIQUE 3 ARM BOUILLOTTE DOUBLE SOCKET BRASS LAMP WITH ORIGINAL SHADE FRENCH STYLE POST 1940 HEIGHT: 27″ / 69cm GOOD VINTAGE CONDITION FAINT WATER STAIN […]

January 13, 2019
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Wanted Antique Junque Anything Vintage Old ...

always looking for small older things to add to my collection. one thing or many things…cash paid.

January 9, 2019
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$1500

Men’s Rado D-Star Swiss watch

Men’s Rado D-Star men’s Swiss watch. Excellent condition Over $2500 USD new, $1500. Fits large man. Jack 778.535.5555

January 6, 2019
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Figurines

3 “Goebel” Hummel figurines “Wayside Harmony” boy on fence #111/1. $25.00 “A fair measure” boy weighing something #345. $40.00 “Mothers darling with bags” #175. $45.00. […]

December 28, 2018
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Assorted figurines

Large Staffordshire flower vase, has some loose flowers, not in the best shape $10.00 3 small Staffordshire flower vases, excellent condition $25.00 for all 3 […]

December 28, 2018

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