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aldergrove british columbia Canada


  1. mechanically reproduced.
  2. I appreciate the information , Thank You.
  3. Thanks Canyonroad
  4. Yes there are some engraving i post more picture.
  5. I paid $100.00 for the set.
  6. I sold them for $500 Canadian wow
  7. Well it looks like a toilet style chain.
  8. Holy Grail of Vintage Space prototypes.
  9. Thanks a lot Stwillia76 .
  10. Wonderfull Great to find some great stufff.
  11. It is 16th century but Who painted it?
  12. Thank you kingstonlam
  13. My guess is that it may a device used for faceting gemstones. There may be traces of abrasive compounds in the box.
  14. it was My first opportunity to buy southwest pottery
  15. 62" wide 26 1/2" high.Phil
  16. Got a picture of the lamp David?
  17. Its Mint Man.
  18. How did You manage to obtain such a nice piece? Random picking? Good score.
  19. I traded it for some sterling silver.
  20. The ultimate in scavenging, Good story.
  21. How about Salvador Dali? Surreal with a sense of humor.
  22. Thanks for the info
  23. Mysterious black velvet I think they chipped their teeth by family members it is a good thing to do ? Self Sharpening teeth.
  24. Rick3335 Thank You for the info, I will do some research in that direction.Will post updates .
  25. Yes it is mint and the beads are glass.
  26. Jwewndell222 You are right. Cheers
  27. One day. Beautiful
  28. Thanks Tube Amp. I cannot find any info on F.W.Balkwill.
  29. Is it a Picasso style?
  30. Perhaps it was "re purposed" way back in the 1800s. That's why nobody knows what it is. It used to be a ________? then it was a___?now it is a _____________ or an unfinished backyard invention? I ...
  31. 4 3/8" diameter 4" long
  32. Everything is carved .
  33. Walksoftly You are probably right it appears to Me like old leather . I cut a slice off and put a hot flame to it and it would not burn after the hot flame was taken away . And would not burn except...
  34. Thanks PW-collector
  35. Walksoftly You are right on the money .Thank You.
  36. The handle pivots in the hole and causes the top piece to rotate in a horizontal plane .Sort of like an old steam train has an eccentric shaft on the drive wheels.
  37. The handle goes through the hole as shown in photo #1
  38. I was told it is a prayer rug.
  39. It is made of wood and hand carved.
  40. I saw it online at an auction and said well that is it is amazing I phoned in an an absentee bid without even examining the piece and won and . There it is
  41. I think it is Frankart.
  42. It is 12"x18"
  43. If teak floats maybe that's how they got it. On the beach. On a second look it may be walnut. The bottom is slightly curved and radiused as well. It looks like a tool ,of course it's a tool . It ...
  44. i guess its probably worth $20.00
  45. Here is the story I acquired these in a lifelong collection of Colonel D Rochester Canadian army . Colonel Rochester was in the 8th infantry royal engineers at the end of ww2 Anyways these items...
  46. Looks like a sealing wax stamp used on envelopes.
  47. Yes worth a few thosand if it is perfet
  48. Looks like early Ikea ,except you can take it apart.
  49. Seems to be in very good condition and I would call it almost as good as it gets .Excellent condition. It does not matter how many there are or commonality , it matters what condition it is in. I ...
  50. Have a look for anything at the base that looks like any kind of writing,or man made marks.
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