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Auction Date Jul 14 Auction
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Reynoldsburg, OH
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AUCTION STARTS ENDING: SATURDAY, July 14th at 8pm. (Selling 2 'items' in the first second of every 1 minute).

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1.Antique cherry and tiger maple one-drawer-stand. Made by hand during Lincoln's lifetime, probably in the Ohio Valley. It is lovely and strong, no faults to declare. A quintessential example of an American Antique!
2.Lovely hand 'sponge' decorated mixing bowl exhibiting 2 colors. A deep bowl with ribbed sides. This was surely one of her favorites! Strong and in great shape you shouldn't hesitate to use it this holiday season.
3.Antique coffee grinder ready to grind your bean of choice. Hanging on the wall, just a few turns of the cast iron handle gets the gears crushing the coffee releasing that wonderful scent. A very satisfying grind! Original condition with a glass front, it can be yours!
4.Lovely antique copper boiler. Lovingly cared for, with an old hand rubbed patina. Original wooden handles.
5.Cambridge Glass crystal trumpet vase with Chantilly lace etching. Find the value under the category 'Elegant Depression Glass of America'.
6.Charming farm house milk pitcher made around 1895 in Utica New York. Before settling down and opening a pottery, Noah White was a barge operator during the Civil War. He founded what is now refereed to as the Whites of Utica.
7.Years of German technology and instrumentation has positioned Bulova as one of the finest Clock Makers in the world. Here is a mantle or bookcase torsion pendulum clock. Commonly known as an 'anniversary clock' meaning you only need to set it once a year, also refereed to as a 400-day clock. A mechanical clock which keeps time with a mechanism called a torsion pendulum.
This can be an heirloom for future generations in your family.
8.A must-have in European and American homes for hundreds of years was the hand hewn trench bowl or trencher. A dough bowl was what it was called in my Southern Ohio Grandmothers kitchen. Simply using it often kept the wood vibrant and oiled. In modern homes treating as you would a butcher block or cutting board is recommended. Making for a traditional center piece on the farm-house table.
9.Ethan Allen Furniture Co. was a major buyer of American Pine in the Mid 20th Century. It was light, strong and resilient to the rigors of an American family. The timeless design of the brace-back Windsor chair has earned a spot in nearly every museum showcasing furniture design. These strong and sturdy chairs are large and roomy! The round table has 2 large leaves and custom pads for family get-togethers. Unbelievably, this set was purchased in 1969. It has raised one family and is ready and willing to raise another. Just beautiful.
Purchased at Haas Furniture in Columbus.
10.Standing attentively in the corner of the dinning room is this faithful 2-piece Ethan Allen pine corner cabinet. She proudly displayed several pieces of her beloved sponge painted stoneware along with her vintage pewter. What will you keep displayed in it?
Purchased at Haas Furniture at the same time as the dinning set.
11.It is very rare to see so many Stangle Pottery 'Town & Country' blue sponge decorated pieces made for the table in 1 Estate. Please see the other large pieces in this catalogue that were offered seperatley from the core pieces seen here. All the items pictured below are included in this lot. All are in very very good condition! Bring a lot of wrapping paper!
12.Three large Stangle Pottery serving bowls are being sold in this lot. Mashed potatoes and beans? Ok, keep one set aside for an occasional "bowl" of ice cream.
13.Fabulous cherry parlor table or tea table as they were called during the Victorian Period. The home decorator kept a log of her acquisitions. Under the picture processed at a Foto-Mat she writes "Cherry Queen Anne table made around 1849." The original owners name is written by the shipper underneath.
14.Franciscan Desert Rose china, a Classic! Here old pieces 'old marks' and new reside in the same cabinet. Everything pictured here is selling as an eclectic service set. Notice both the tea cups and the coffee cups. In another lot in this catalog are the matching glass tumblers (not included here.) Lovingly cared for and in very good condition. None of it needs to be retired.
15.Vintage Pewter tea service by the Woodbury Pewterers of the Henry Ford museum. Classic!
16.Hand made (not old) Floral Spray applique quilt. Very clean and bright. Full size.
17.Some of the best furniture in the world is made in Hickory North Carolina. This Southwood wing-back is a replica in form of chairs commonly found Colonial American homes. The low sheen fabric is original and shows no sign of use. Her logbook of design shows she purchased this chair in 1982 for $532.17. Buy it right and you'll never have to replace it.
18.A very fine cherry tea table. Her notes say it is Ethan Allen and was purchased off McVay's showroom floor for $399.75 in the spring of 1982. It remains in showroom condition.
19.Two large serving platters by Stangle Pottery Co, a coffee pot as well as the water pitcher as pictured. Excellent!
20.Lovely flamed Mahogany top-to-bottom and side-to-side. Chippendale in style with paw feet and open arch pediment. Drop front bookcase secretary. Note: A small diameter hole was drilled in the back in order to pass just the lamp cord thru. The the lamp was then assembled. The new owner can cut the cord or transport the piece with the miniature desk lamp inside. Her notes indicate that she believed it was manufactured in the 1920's.
21.Old paint green ladder back chair. She purchased it at an antiques auction in 1978. The paint was applied professionally and has preserved the chair in a spectacular way.
22.American pattern glass pitcher and two stemmed goblets. A well-to-do family would have owned this set in 1900.
23.Blue glazed crock pitcher in a 'wood shake' pattern. Antique, VGC.
24.An antique crockery mixing bowl in a light mulberry glaze. Rarely seen color, NICE! Don't let this one get away..
25.American Walnut drop-leaf farmstead table. For all the woes and potential dings a kitchen table will experience, this one has seen a kind and gentle life. Enduring and dense walnut was a good choice for a long life.
26.A collection of vintage and antique granitware spoons and ladles as pictured.
27.A strong-shoulder mixing bowl crock with a bail handle and three feet like a gypsy kettle. Won't this look cool with colorful gourds this fall?
28.Black Walnut one drawer table. Approx c1890. Hand made and offering a beveled top for the furniture customer shopping for something different as she approached the year 1900. Her notes indicate she paid $90 before she had it restored and a new finish applied. It looks great!
29.You'll see this label on very expensive high-end furniture offered by Wayfare.com and other costly retailers. Solid cherry and true straight lines make this curio cabinet so appealingly handsome. Approx 74" tall with a mirrored back. Six panes of glass and glass shelves allow ambient light to mix with the brilliant showcase lights installed by the factory. I expect the retail price on this cabinet was on the high side of $900.00. What would will you keep in it?
30.Fenton pink opalescent hobnail brides basket. Great condition.
31.An unusual form for Victorian furniture from the last quarter of the 19th Century. Apparently manufactured to appeal to men with its 'gloveboxes' being raised a good 6 inches. A tall mirror and linear design along with the non-fuss full skirt at the bottom was a fresh look opposed to all the other fussy Victorian dressers. Lovely walnut shaved burl was chosen for the drawer fronts. She purchased it at an Antiques Auction in Gahanna in 1977. She had the highest bid at $250.00.
32.A large storage box with a tray. Both levels are full of vintage glass and newer hand blown ornaments along with a variety of wood and plastic. Nice find!
33.Antique cherry one drawer stand used in the Master Bedroom. Hand made and dovetailed. Don't you think the Cabinetmaker would be proud to see his table in such good condition 120 years after it was made?
34.Beautiful Gone-with-the-Wind style oil lamp converted to electric. Locate in the rear bedroom. Hand painted glass font and shade.
35.BEING SOLD AS, THE WAY PICTURED. I was told there should be another tray, that there is 1 missing! I am told this cabinet should have 4 trays in the upper area. Cherry Finish.
36.Full size super-thick DOUBLE-Pillow Top bed in like-new condition! This was top-of-the line! With double pillow top, its like having 2 beds! Designed to flip or to be rotated at the change of every season for the ultimate lifetime of the bed. Google this label. The bed frame is not complete. you can have the components pictured.
37.Quality pewter table service for 4. Nice weighty flatware! Now lets see.., which fork for salad?
38.Group of blue and white pottery and stone ware. Three pieces are hand made Williamsburg Pottery with cobalt decoration.
39.Life size (and weight) baby dolls. They even smell like a baby! No pets, no smoking, no kids.
40.The glass shade has been added to this vintage Fenton style glass oil lamp. Its a little heavy for stability sitting directly on the chimney. You decide if it is stable prior to lighting. It is lovely..
41.Hand painted under glaze wall plates from Portugal and 2 framed prints.
42.Victorian frame and Victorian Lithograph of a winter scene. Behind glass.
43.Concrete garden statuary. Seated boy and standing girl.
44.Small white chest of drawers for a sewing room or childs room. Approximately 36" tall.
45.Group including an ironing board, fan and luggage.
46.All items pictured including the paper shredding waste can, family bibles and desk items.
47.Crystal and clear glass serving trays and bowls. c1940's thru the 1970's. Nice group!
48.Two nice heavy bird baths. The one on the left (made to be a fountain, not tested)is weighty, feels like concrete to the touch at first blush, but is probably a lighter composition and mildew resistant. It is not plastic. I do not see evidence of it having a pump. The hoses are included.
49.Blue and white strong shoulder crock bowl. Good condition!
50.Collection of 19th century farmers kitchen utensils. A long wooden stirrer like this would have been used with a copper boiler like the one seen in this catalog.
51.A crystal makers mark ornament from the Waterford Glass Co. Hang it in a window, curio cabinet or decorate a plant for a touch of whimsie.
52.Ethan Allen pine corner cabinet and hutch. These were used in two different rooms just brilliantly! There is no back panel on the bottom unit. Great shape.
53."From Google: The tin-glazed handpainted French faience known as Quimper Pottery, pronounced “cam-pair” has been manufactured in Quimper, a town in Brittany, France for over 300 years.
Each piece of Quimper is completely handmade and painstakingly hand-painted. Each piece of Quimper is unique. One artist handpaints each piece from start to finish."
Selling the plate and the cream soup bowl.
54.Antique three gallon crock with a crack thru the bottom side. Good for holding kindling wood or a planter on the porch. The blue paint/decoration was added in the past 40 years. Makes a unique trash can in an old home.
55.Document safe for file folders, important papers or ammunition.
56.Selling 1 antique farmhouse chair. There are 4 solid old chairs in this home that do not match exactly. Plank bottom chair with half-spindles.
57.Selling 1 antique farmhouse chair. There are 4 solid old chairs in this home that do not match exactly. Plank bottom chair with half-arrow spindled back and mouse ears.
58.Beautiful little card box/music box. Cabinet maker made by hand. Lovely inlaid wood decorated lid.
59.Clayton House makes very good, long lasting furniture. This sofa is extremely clean, cool cotton based upholstery. She spared no expenses on her furniture. I feel sure it has been fabric protected. Non smoking, pet free home. No fading.
60.Walnut Parlor Table that been customized to be a convenient coffee or tea table in front of the couch.
61.Please, pick up what you've bid on. We are all counting on you!
62.Selling 1 antique farmhouse chair. There are 4 solid old chairs in this home that do not match exactly. Plank bottom chair with half-spindles and mouse ear back.
63.Nickel plated floor lamp. This is high quality. Not shiny like chrome, but more of a burnished-pewter sheen. Costly!
64.Book Jack bench. Sturdy.
65.Ethan Allan platform rocking chair in rose velour. Super clean! Her notes indicate she paid $450.47. Like new.
66.Her records show that she purchased this wash stand made of chestnut, in 1976 at a Granville Estate Auction. Nice hand rubbed oil finish. Notice the candle stands on the back splash. Great shape!
67.Ethan Allan fixed position formal room chair in rose velour. Super clean! Her notes indicate she paid $450.47. Like new. Matches the rocker.
68.Solid Cherry Pembroke table with drop leaves. Purchased at McVays in 1982 for $349.75.
69.Group of wall decor as pictured. On the right are two drawings of old Lancaster oh. The mirror holds the phrase below. The oil painting of the 'sleigh on snow' in the center was purchased at a Garth's Americana Auction. Hmm...
70.Creamware brown banded crock bowl.
71.Signed Williamsburg Pottery. Pretty cobalt decorated stoneware, hand painted wall plaque with hanger. Shaped deeply like a pie pan.
72.The remains of a Nickels and Stone label is seen on the bottom of this modern style Lincoln rocker. Strong and able. Ergonomic back for comfort. Quality!
73.Extremely pretty handmade area rug with rich colors. The family was told it is old and becoming fragile. Frankly I didn't see anything fragile about it. Sometime the threads holding the braids together get weak or break allowing the braids to separate (not unravel). You wouldn't know it untill you rolled it up. I see nothing in the braids that would keep you from enjoying this rug in any home. I would guess a professional rug cleaner may have been intimidated by the liability of cleaning it. Home makers have been re-sewing/mending braided rugs for hundreds of years. Approx 110" in length. Nice! Pet-free, Smoke-free home.
74.Southwood Chippendale style sofa. Super clean, rarely sat upon. Purchased at McVay's Ethan Allan store. Retail price was recorded in her own handwriting as being $1000.30. This is a timeless design found around the entire world! You'll find this same design in high-end stores near you.
75.Beautiful 4 sided hand painted ceramic lamp. Stunning! Her notebook shows she purchased this lamp in 1979 in San Francisco's 'China Town' for $170.00. Super clean shade.
76.Flatware chest for holidays or special occasions. Nobility Plate.
77.Milk glass hobnail swag lamp. Plugs directly into the wall.
78.Pine 1 drawer country style cabinet. Nice size for a hallway or foyer. NOTE: There is no back panel on this item.
79.PAIR. "Canister lamps" looking like the shipping tins from China containing Tea sold in General Stores at the turn-of-the-Century. Her notebooks shows she purchased these in 1982 at McVay's for $305.00.
80.Brilliant colors in this framed painting of boats at bay (Dinning Room) behind glass.
81.Teflon coated cooking surface on this blue enameled roaster. Like new. The folded table linens are included.
82.Decorative items including three Santas. The red Santa is very old, but being shown without legs.
83.Vintage hooked rug measuring 51" in length. Under the coffee table in the good living room.
84.Very nice bird prints behind glass. locate in the dinning room.
85.Karastan Oriental runner purchased at an Antiques Auction in 1984 for $170.00.
86.Group of Precious Moments figurines.
87.Selling just the wooden desk and chair.
88.Antique white ironstone chamber jar. Used as a waste can in her hallway bath. Disarmingly charming.
90.Group of outdoor products located in the garage including bird seed, salt and Roundup. All are full or at least half-full or better.
91.Reynoldsburg High School yearbooks including the graduating classes of 1974 and 1972.
92.Depression yellow, Heisy Lariat and Fostoria American pattern glass.
93.This is the Large and the Medium size coolers offered by Playmate. There was 1 made smaller that is more like a lunch box, who needs that anyway!. Clean.
94.Bench top cabinet with contents as shown.
95.Cage Bingo and a new candle.
96.The old salt wooden figure, duck and dogs. In the garage on the shelf.
97.In the garage on the shelf, you will locate these household compounds including costly Liquid Plumber.
98.Windex, Ultra Glass and other household compounds. All are full or at least half-full or better.
99.Old shipping box used as a blanket box. At least 110+ years old. Looks like cherry and poplar.
100.Ceramic Christmas tree in great shape. The sleigh and hurricane shade are included.
101.Several vintage Santas and a German Nut Cracker.
102.In great shape (in need of a bath) propane grill. perfect for a couple or a single Chef grilling outdoors. Dark green.
103.Drop-leaf 1 drawer stand in pine.
104.Rocker-recliner in rose. Clean.
105.JUST ONE LAMP. Brass cylinder jar like the shipping tins that Tea came in. Notes indicate the retail price was $239.00 (for 1 lamp!) at McVay's.
106.Three baskets, and a new candle.
107.Lovely Italy painting on canvas behind glass.
108.A Boston landmark restaurant first founded in the late 1700's. Was a huge hit during the Ciivl war. I would think this advertising bean crock was made in the early years of the 20th Century.
109.Lovely tea set including 6 Chinese cups.
110.Hand painted under glaze clock. From Google: The tin-glazed handpainted French faience known as Quimper Pottery, pronounced “cam-pair” has been manufactured in Quimper, a town in Brittany, France for over 300 years. Each piece of Quimper is completely handmade and painstakingly hand-painted. Each piece of Quimper is unique. One artist handpaints each piece from start to finish."
111.Complete with head board, footboard and side rails. This iron bed dates to the 1870's. Iron beds are the cool thing like brass beds were 20 years ago. She purchased this at an Estate Auction in 1977.
112.Noritake China in the Whitebrook pattern. A beautiful vintage pattern in excellent condition.
113.Strong shoulder crock bowl with a brown tin glaze. Note chips in the photo.
114.Set of six Cambridge Glass, Georgian pattern tumblers in their trademark color named Carmen. These are great!
115.Hard anodized non-stick pans by Technique. All in good clean condition. Sure she used them, you'll see that, but there is no damage to declare.
116.Both of the stoneware items have chips.
From Google: The Bigmeat name is synonymous with high-quality Cherokee pottery. Matriarch Charlotte Welch Bigmeat (1887–1959) was steeped in the pottery tradition.
117.Mahogany 2 tier stand under brown paint. Strong and capable. Perfect for a printer or TV.
118.Romney wooden shipping crate. Primitive in the garage.
119.Concrete fountain head and an earthenware friendship/family figure. The circle of humanity is not broken as previously described.
120.Vintage floor lamp in very good condition. Super heavy and stable.
121.Singer sewing machine, stand for an older machine and all the sewing notions pictured.
122.Cast iron adjustable bridge lamp.
123.A tray that is adjustable including the ice cream scoops and kitchen utensils.
124.A handsome ceramic chicken, resin chickens and a decorated storage box.
125.Pair of architectural prints behind glass, purchased in the Provence region of France. Very bright colors.
126.Crystal stem ware as pictured. Very thin. No makers mark, but I assume they are French Crystal.
127.Both are full and sealed with foil. One is premixed, the other not.
128.Basket of garden and flower bed items including a metal beetle.
129.Aluminum extension ladder by Keller.
130.Collapseable crate on wheels. Good condition.
131.Two wheel dolly that folds into a 4 wheeled cart.
132.One of those easy-to-use garden hoses with new nozzles. Nice and clean.
133.Pink weed puller new in the box.
134.Antique (c1870's) cherry wash stand. Picture an English Ironstone pitcher and bowl sitting on top. Very nice! Approx 38" tall.
135.Oreck portable vacuum for the car, boat and RV.
136.Nice 'suspended' chaise lounge. Like new. Needs a rinse. It looks like the lawn mower blew grass on it.
137.Cordless hand vacuum on the fireplace hearth.
138.One folding chair and a stationary chair. There are 2 cushions later in this catalog.
139.Ice hockey toy in rough condition.
140.Half of a horse hanes/collar with brass knob.
141.Large group of long handled tools including the green push broom that looks good as new.
142.Selling just the tomato cages and flower pots. Nothing else in this picture.
143.Pretty print and hand towels for guests.
144.Group of electronics including phone, clock and flashlight.
145.Home partylite style botanical print. Approx 30' long.
146.Pair of her favorite dolls in the master bedroom.
147.Service for 4 in the box plus the items pictured outside of the box. Not the vintage hankies.
148.An adjutable drawer tray with all the kitchen knives pictured. More than 10.
150.Mid-Century sapphire stemmed goblets or bowls. I don't who made these. They look like a Wayne Husted design for Blenko, Viking or an Italian maker.
151.This is a lantern that has 4 individual, removable lights that can be carried around. Brilliant!
152.Large print of a European sea port.
153.Ginger jars, hand decorated and 3 battery operated flame-less candles.
154.Plank bottom primitive chair with a full spindle back.
155.Framed copy of a famous print. Child in crib.
156.I don't know if this box belongs to the doll or not. Non smoking, pet-free home.
157.Folk Art style pantry boxes and a small painting on canvas with an easel.
158.The 3 dolls on the right are Santon Dolls from the Provence region of France. On her trips to France she would bring a traditional santon figurine/doll home with her. Made from the earth the santon has been a role model to children as well as a way to honor hard working trades people. Commoners such as Bakers, Farmers, Blacksmiths etc. Many lessons are taught from these informal folk figures for both girls and boys. Not simply a toy but a figurine when collected by an adult. Large elaborate dioramas are developed. A very different toy/educational tool/honorable statement to tradesman. Very different from our GI Joes and Barbie dolls.
159.Step ladder that folds easily and fits behind a door in the pantry. The buckets are included in this lot.
160.Fruit basket bowl, muffin tin and a stainless steel cullender.
161.Group of good clean cookbooks.
162.Two sets of measuring cups. Like new.
163.Kitchen utensils hanging in the pantry. The yellow circle is actually three rubber pizza pans. I think this is that new kind of rubber like substance they are making cookware out of and bein sold at Bed, Bath and Beyond.
164.Plastic food storage solutions.
165.Pizza stone for even baking and the blue cutting surfaces.
166.Cutting boards, scale, milk bottle and wooden spoons.
167.These household compounds are at least half full or more. In the pantry.
168.Group of clippers and trimmers in the garage.
169.Cool white ceramic pigs head wall hanger. A very common English kitchen decor.
170.Cuisinart food chopper. Perfect for hummus and tomato salsa.
171.Onion soup bowls, pepper & salt mills and an olive oil decanter.
172.A very handy stainless steel lidded water boiler or sauce pan.
173.Longaberger basket, chicken napkin rings and a tile trivet. Oh, and the OSU night light.
174.Cupboard full of wine glasses and tumblers.
175.Silver trays, vases and a hand loomed door mat in real clean condition.
176.Cupboard of tumblers both glass and thermal plastics.
177.High gloss chicken and pig corn holders. They are connected by protective tubes that keep them together and out of harms way, Genius!
178.Yellow metal lemon squeezer and yellow lidded storage boxes. The jars are included.
179.Red salad tosser and other kitchen items on the shelf in the pantry.
180.Lower cabinet of items including the stainless steel bowls.
181.Plastic food storage bowls with lids. Better than mine!
182.Vintage hankies and 2 mouse figures.
183.Desert Rose decorated tumblers and a blue enameled bud vase.
185.Figurines depicting various trades. In the curio cabinet.
186.A cut stone prosperity tree and collected bells.
187.Group of costume jewelry as pictured.
188.Vanity stool, formal bed pillows and plastic storage bags.
189.Fun figurines and a ceramic flower bouquet.
190.Group of earings as pictured. Not the tray.
191.Convalescent items as pictured. Sometimes its necessary.
192.Elephant, duck and other figurines.
193.Electric deep skillet.
194.In the hall closet are a few towels and household linens.
195.Several door mats and small rugs for standing on that cold tile floor.
196.Pair of patio chair cushions. kept in good condition in the basement.
197.Roasting pans, wok and a coffee maker.
198.Two pairs of walking weights. Unused.
199.Mirrored dresser tray, brush, comb and hand mirror. Some teeth in the comb are broken. Can you replace the comb in that frame?
200.Anna, a doll from Holland.
201.Kitchen gadgets including a basket and wine opening tools.
202.Old and new Christmas ornaments as pictured.
203.Pr-decorated Christmas tree, approx 38" tall.
204.Vintage boxes of unused tinsel.
205.Ledger folio and a picnic basket.
206.Group of watches and a couple of necklaces.
207.Two under the bed storage boxes, and a laundry basket of household goods. Frames, etc.
208.Group of Early American pattern glass including the syrup and spooner.
209.Group of Christmas items down stairs. Including wreathes, tree and more.
210.A wine bottle collar to prevent dripping, a wine bottle cork and other decorative kitchen items.
211.Tea pot, covered sweet-meat dish and an Akro Agate style vase.
212.Ceramic cat, sponge decorated tea pot, lidded butter crock, and creamer.
213.$238.05! Still sealed in the box, never opened! Nothvale pre-lit Christmas tree. The pictures and the words are taken from the QVC website.
"This lifelike Northvale instant tree is pre-lit with 550 brilliant lights, evenly spaced for a look straight out of Santa's workshop! The tree's ReadyShape design allows the tree to come out of the box looking great, with little or no shaping required. That means you can spend less time preparing the tree and more time decorating and enjoying it! From Bethlehem Lights.
Includes tree, replacement bulbs, fuses, power strip, and metal stand. Pre-lit with 550 lights. Tree disassembles into three pieces. Measures 6-1/2'H x 48"Diameter."
214.Five totes mostly full of contemporary Christmas decorations. Five totes! Use what you need and give the rest to that friend that wishes they were as organized as you!..
215.Anchor Hocking casserole dish with a lid and a insulated bag to carry your Macaroni Cheese casserole to the church picnic.
216.Like new walker. Light, adjustable and fold able. Like New.
217.This a door chime that pleasantly chimes like a hammer dulcimer when hung on a door. Clamp and a pad lock are included.
218.Good clean digital bathroom scale.
219.A small shepherds hook to hang a plant and an iron plant stand for flower pots. The stand is approx 23" tall.






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