19th Century Iron Bench, an Awesome Double Arm Lamp and a Few Better Books!

Coming UP!! Free Appraisal Day! This Saturday, April 27th, 11am to 2 pm! Bring in Your Favorite Antiques and/or Collectibles for a Free Appraisal! Will Paulsen and Steve Hoffman are the Appraisers. This is an Open Appraisal – All Items Considered. Come Take a LOOK! Refreshments Served.

Double Arm Brass Student Lamp – Used in PBS Series ‘Mercy Street’ $225.00, Booth 6.

American Cast Iron Bench – Curtain Pattern – Late 19th Century/Early 20th Century – $1250.00.

19th Century Jelly Cupboard – Booth 41, $950.00.

McKee Sunkist Reamer – Fluorescent Yellow – Booth 1, $79.00.

24″ x 36″ Oil on Canvas – ‘Aspen Forest’, Signed/Framed $575.00 – 33ha.

New Arrival: Nice Selection of Books on Violins – Come Take a LOOK! (Cased) This: ‘The Violin, How to Make It’ – Early 1900’s (No Date) by Carl Fischer. Softbound. Booth 318 – $15.00.

‘Hornblower’s Ships; Their History and Their Models’ by Martin Saville, 1st – 2000, $16.00 – Booth 318.

Famous Recipes from Old Virginia – 1941 – by the Ginter Park Women’s Club – Richmond. 2nd ed. $45.00. Booth 318.

Fenton – Made for QVC, Cobalt Overlay – Hobnail 80 oz Jug – Booth 420, $125.00.

Thanks for Visiting!

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