Harrowsmith (Ontario, Canada) SELLER MANAGED Downsizing Online Auction - Wilton Road

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Antique chest of drawers mostly pine with dovetailed drawers and original pulls and hardware. 19" x 43" top. 41" tall

Shop vac tested and working. Measuring tape, staple gun, rivet tool, ladder guards, socket sets.

Painted Chest Of Drawers green colour 4 drawers. 16" x 33" top. 34" tall.

32" x 78" red door. 32" x 80" white door. 28.5" x 77" beige door.

Cardinal and turtle wind chimes and heavy Rooster door stop.

Electric snow thrower 19" model no 622. Used twice.

Heavy duty dolly

2 red folding chairs with attached head pillow. Minor dirt on seat. Adjustable pool or beach chair

Heavy duty ramps 33" long 9" lift

Handmade Pottery variety of artists. As is

23" x 16" trays on each and 2 feet tall both with castors no issues.

2 RH sets and 1 LH set. Includes Taylor Made Burner 9.5. Includes vintage.

Black leather pair size large good snowmobile. Tan deer skin leather gloves are smaller likely Medium size.

Antique pressback chairs leather in tact on seats. 40" to top of Chairs. Missing spindle bottom of one chair.

Various garden tools for the yard

Includes roof screws, 2" deck screws and much more.

Pine top with white legs 45" x 33" x 30" tall. All Pine colour 32" x 44" x 28" tall. Top has white paint marks.

60s and 70s vintage skates

Anchor vintage possibly 1950s and 15lbs

Wooden child's Sleigh. 28" long by 13". Plastic made by Pelican with pull string 3' long and 26" wide could hold 2 toddlers.

Vintage 60's Nottingham Raleigh bike made in England. Needs new rubber and has on small hole in seat as seen.

Hose and reel. Extension nozzles and extension gutter cleaner

22" x 10" by 27" tall

Measuring and precision tools

All handmade and most signed by artists. Casserole dishes, veg steamer, butter dishes, coffee mugs, gravy servers, plate, sugar n cream, etc as is

Sanders, drills, heat n strip all black n decker, belt sander and jigsaw are Mastercraft. Cordless drill is Craftsman. ALL tested and working. Wiring fraying on some.

Lot of tools and metal tool box

Hand saws various kinds and 3 table saw blades.

30"wood Saw and various garden/ yard tools

Hammer lot including sledge

Oval mirror no issues

Shaw direct HDDSR 600 HDMI receiver with remote and instructions and two Starchoice Navigo satellite TV Receivers. All working with remotes.one Bell Expressvu remote

7 lubricating tools

3 wood planes made in England including a Wooden No 4 and 2 Stanley's. other vintage tools include pocket level, ruler, tape measure, level, and hand tools.

Hand Made Pottery including set Of 6 wine glasses, steamer set, butter dish and servers. As is

Originally for attic or beds

Fishing gear lot

Antique military box with initials 20" x 12" x 8" and military navy duffel.

8 Horse Shoes

32" came wooden with rubber end. Wooden cane 39" with ice Attachment which is transferable.

4 blankets including pink minky dot approx 95" x 70" and 5 pillows. Various sizes. As seen in pictures no major issues

RCA VHS player and Compact Malaya DVD players. Vivitar Film camera and film, misc electronics.

18" iron style sign hanger and plant hanger 10"

2 junior sticks LH and RH and one RH senior plus a goalie stick.

Both tested and working

home made rummoli board with 2 decks of cards and auto battery operated card shuffler

Truck backrack 67" centres of posts with adjustable locations. Total length is 6'. With tie loops. Misc hitch hardware including chrome pull hooks.

52" long may be adjustable. Easy access to 3 pairs of skis. Ski clamps adjustable and may. E transferable. No keys.

37" wide by 2 feet tall

68" long and 33" tall and 34" deep. Blues green and burgundy in pattern. Non smoking and no pets. Only one mark as shown.

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