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How it looked at the sale
I got it out of the garage at the Sale to get a better look at it. The painted floors and chamfered trim were all in place. Its 51" long. It had been stripped. No papers, windows or doors. I was sad about this but it does give me a chance to restore it properly and also get to choose the wallpapers etc.
Posted by Mary Noel on August 8, 2018 Slideshow

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6 Comments

Jan
7:54 AM on August 24, 2018 
It looks in good condition or age.
Jane
8:10 AM on August 10, 2018 
So sad that all the wonderful papers etc have been taken out. But it is fun to choose your own wallpapers.
lallyp
6:23 AM on August 9, 2018 
So lovely not to have the usual mouse droppings & cobwebs!
Val Hill
2:08 AM on August 9, 2018 
It does mean that you can make your own mark on it though
Mary Noel
4:28 PM on August 8, 2018 
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Yeah...its remarkably large. The wood is so dry its not as heavy as I would have thought and myself and another lady were able to lift it easily to get it into my car. Due to its size though it does take some careful planning when moving it.
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4:23 PM on August 8, 2018 
It's 51" long? Really? Wow! That's only 7" shorter than me! How much does it weigh? It is remarkably clean

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