Post 812: Things That Go Bump in the Basement

Shelf thing
We had this in our basement. It’s pressed wood with some sort of plastic covering. I thought I’d list it for free before chopping it up and taking to the land fill. The picture isn’t very good because it’s sitting in the bulkhead stairwell.

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Post 786: Innuendo

Lovely High-end Love Seat and Chair
condition: good
make / manufacturer: Chintz & Company
– A beautiful set of a couch and chair with removable slipcovers made of high quality fabric
– New cost $8,000 from Chintz & Co in Yaletown
– High quality furniture
– Chair is in perfect condition
– Couch has a small rip, but can easily be covered by draping a blanket over the arm
– Pristine off white under slipcovers
– Getting new couch need to clear out – first one to come this weekend gets it!

Submitter NinjaChow tells us “Sparks is either delusional or needs a dictionary.” I think Sparky is trying to hook up for the weekend. High-end, draping a blanket, first one to come gets it. Nope, nothing suspicious there. Thanks, NC!

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Post 780: Back to Work

1920’s writing/craft desk & homemade bookshelf
have a desk I have had for 20 years. It’s from 1920, is compact (3.5 feet high, 1.75 ft deep, 3 ft wide), solid walnut.
It’s in okay shape, one working but busted drawer. Very very stable though! You could stand on it. Real good for a craft desk or laptop.
With it is a bookshelf made from the door of an old house that was demolished near me. Slightly wider, fits over top. 5 feet high.
Take them away! They are only outside today because we are moving. They haven’t lived outside.

 

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