Launceston is turning it on at the moment
- we are having lovely blue sky days.
With this beautiful weather people are starting to spring clean
and it is amazing what they find in their cupboards!
Here is just some of the new items in store now.
c1820s English Mahogany Apprentice Chest
The Amateur Mechanic & Work Handbook
a bundle of 7 with amazing detail.
April 1941 Cavalcade with interesting War pictures
Early 1930/40s Ceramic Fairing Horse
Copper & Brass Kettle
18th/19th Century Copper Kettle hand forged
with dovetail joints and plenty of character
Early Copper Kettle with Dovetail joints
c1860s Copper & Brass Kettle made in
Germany by Gebruder Bing, Nuenberg
Late 1800s Ginger Periodical - full of interesting
and titillating, quirky stories and jokes
with the odd bit of
erotic artwork (for the time) thrown in.
Hudsons Soap advert pasted on
to cardboard and in a frame.
Early 1900s Copper Tankard made by
JS & S of Staffordshire, England
1 1/2 pints
Salt Weekly publications put out by the
Australian Army & Airforce as an Education Journal.
There are 21 booklets from 1941 to 1945.
Locally sold Tasmanian Blackwood and Kauri Pine
Expanding Coat Rack.
In excellent condition with George Hubbard,
Launceston label on reverse.
Hope you have a great week and the weather stays as it is!