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Upcoming Estate Sales and Auctions for June 6 – 9‏ » Ashley's Finds ...

If you’re not on the Ashley’s Finds email list, I received a call last week from a TV producer in Los Angeles looking to create a reality show about estate sale shopping. The Ashley’s Finds mailing list most likely has our best candidates, so I emailed everyone to get a list of who’s interested. It’s been so much fun reading everyone’s submissions for the reality TV show! This is so...

Rob Sage Auctions May 19 2012 Pottageville Auction

Here is a look at our May 19 2012 auction in Pottageville Ontario. Our second annual Victoria Day Weekend Auction! Rob Sage Auctions Is An Auction Company Op...

xenon xenon says:
Is this "antique" bookcase really antique? I hadn't fathomed glass doors on a bookcase.?
I'm shabby chic meets balinese couture would this mesh?
Diogene's Dog says:
The bookcase is a called an attorney's bookcase. It is modular for ease of transport. It is probably a reproduction. The only way to tell the age would be to look at the joinery and the glass....

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