All still available. Leave a comment with what you’d like, and we’ll email you the address and arrange a pickup time.
Lots of little candlesticks, of all kind of materials. Long candles as well.
Brown Sketchers, women’s size 7.
IKEA throw blanket.
Christmas decoration. These are quite tall – about 14″ to 20″.
Darda brand. Car is missing.
Here are more details and pictures on the bedroom set that is being offered free.
Need dimensions; the headboard is 57″ wide from the outside of the wood. Considering the distance between the slots for the bedframe, it is fairly clearly intended for a DOUBLE box spring and mattress.
The drawers run on one wooden slide underneath.
The wood of the drawers is thin but real wood, not MDF. This picture gives a good idea of the light green wood-grain veneer.
What looks like two small drawers in the bottom of her dresser is actually one larger one.
Fitton-Parker furniture company, Southampton, Ontario.
The headboard with the footboard sitting on top.
The slot that the bed frame hooks into.
The ends of the bed frame, showing the hook that slots into the headboard.
Simply leave a comment if you are interested in any of these. I’ll email you the address and we can arrange a pick-up time.
The popcorn maker is gone, but there is still a microwave cover to keep food from spattering.
Fax machine. Comes with a roll of paper still sealed in the box.
Samsung dot matrix printer.
Old-style touch-typing course. Contains records – on vinyl! – to listen to. Have been helpfully recorded onto tape by someone in the family.
Showing the contents of the course. “Five 7-inch 11 1/3 RPM Long Playing Records Custom-Pressed Expressly for Smith-Corona by Columbia Record Productions.”
Proctor-Silex toaster oven.
Another view of the same toaster oven.
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A dozen baskets.
Another half-dozen baskets.
Please leave a comment to request any or all of these items. Please bring your own packing materials.
Head has been broken off and glued back on. Chip on back of bonnet.
No markings on bottom. Opening at the back to hold small utensils or a sponge.
Battery-powered, sings and dances when activated by motion. About 12″ tall.
Magazine racks. Back one is metal and still available.