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Complete 7 Piece Eastlake Victorian Parlour...

Over 150 years old, solid walnut that has not been stripped. Reupholstered in blue velvet with braided trim to keep original design. Set includes setee, […]

5 hours ago


Hockey Cards for sale

Back in 1990 and 1991 I caught the hockey card collecting bug. 17 years later, not so much. Seriously downsizing my collection and offering a […]

May 23, 2018
Rorstrand Ostindia Plate


Rorstrand Ostindia Teaset

Rorstrand Ostindia tea set c/w plates in good condition $ 300 OBO.

May 23, 2018
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Whats my stuff worth ? FREE evaluations sta...

10th STEFFICH Antiques road show at Steffich Fine Art ,Grace point sq ,Ganges.Bring down your gold and silver ,coins,stamp collections,fine art , old books and […]

May 21, 2018


Antique Stoneware Bed/ Foot Warmer

Antique Hot Water Stoneware -Bed/Foot warmer Lovatt’s Langley Ware (1888 -1910) “Lovatts Langley Ware England” embossed on base. Glazed stoneware pottery with a floral design […]

May 18, 2018
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Wooden fireplace mantel with cast iron inse...

Cherry wooden Fireplace Mantle with cast iron, Victorian, Tile Insert. Both are in excellent condition.

May 11, 2018
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Laurel & Hardy

These fun collector Laurel and Hardy salt and pepper shakers are stamped with the authentic Beswick mark, (made in England). They are in mint condition […]

May 11, 2018


Antique odd thing

Not sure what this is but the top opens in two sectios

May 1, 2018


antique tea cart

Moving must sell. In good condition.

May 1, 2018



Vintage Wooden Courtyard Doors Purchased from HINCHCLIFF and LEE ANTIQUES Retailed @ $5288.00 Have been kept in-doors as a decor installation in former home. Late […]

April 27, 2018
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