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Antique Double bed with excellent mattress/...

Solid wood antique double bed for sale. Orthopedic mattress and base were $900 new. Was $650 now reduced to $595. Buyer will need to dismantle […]

12 hours ago

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Canadian Mint Coins

Have a large amount of uncirculated coins for sale all at face value. These are pure silver and in $20:00,$25:00,$50:00,$100:00 and $200:00 face value.

August 12, 2017
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Vintage 1941 Singer Featherweight 221-1 Sew...

Vintage 1941 Portable Singer Featherweight Sewing Machine model #221-1 with carrying case. The sewing machine is in good working order and has low mileage. With […]

August 9, 2017
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Magnificent Antique Courtyard Doors. Brought back with us from Beijing. Have been kept in-doors as an art installation for years. Late 18th century. Crafted from […]

August 9, 2017
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Antique table and chairs

We have a beautiful antique dining room table and chairs set. This piece is over 100 years old and been in our family for nearly […]

July 30, 2017



Super RARE piece of aviation history ! An all original 1914 Curtis JE 4 `JENNY` wooden propeller with its very unique angled geometry ! 6ft […]

July 27, 2017
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A magnificent American Made Oak Architect Drafting Desk 3 drawers with brass lock (keys have disappeared) Circa 1930 Length 72″ (6ft) Width 32″ Height @ […]

July 23, 2017
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Antique clock

Selling an old antique clock with mother of pearl inlay. Really cool!!!

July 17, 2017


Dining table

Early 1900s Maple Table with turned legs. 1 leaf seats up to 6. Beautiful condition. $1000.

May 26, 2017
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