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Bob
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Two turn tables and a cast iron pole!
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Boot
Reply with quote  #127 
Long Trail sign gone first 10 minutes $400
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DP
Reply with quote  #128 
Back home from Madison Bouckville.
Sold Sunday - Wendsday. did well I thought, then did one better...
Sold out!
came home last night carrying Mr. Peanut my show tent, tables and a showcase!
Top that!
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Bob
Reply with quote  #129 
Sold out but you brought back Mr Peanut? He wasn't for sale? Some times you feel like a nut, some times you dont.

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DP
Reply with quote  #130 
I pulled a few of the best items. Peanut, Staffordshire hen, sm showcase, tent and tables.
Oh he's for sale but very rare
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Joe
Reply with quote  #131 
Good move DP, must of been sweet not having to pack up so much stuff. Mr. Peanut should come to boysweekend fall event...... He would hate me by weekend's end. I would melt him down and recast him to a crow.
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Erik
Reply with quote  #132 
Still at the show. Today was excellent. Best show I have
Ever done. Sold half of what i brought. Well into five figures.
Baseballs sold 6k. Half packed. Pouring out.
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Bob
Reply with quote  #133 
Great News. Sounds like this one is better then Brimfeild.

That camera I got is a Nikon S model view finder with accessories. This in not pristine but it has tons of period accessories. Several lenses, light meters and special view finders. Its an early 50s camera. For 10 bucks it looks like I could get several hundred for it. One sold on Ebay for 996 many over 500 so it looks like for some reason this is a collectible model. Got two more guitars today too. Junky ones but I bet I can get them to stay in tune.

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Erik
Reply with quote  #134 
sold a lot while packing sunday, finally home last night 7pm. no van issues. took me almost an hour to count all the money. going to a 17 room farm house in chittenden county tuesday and then another estate south of me. next show stormville ny 9/30. be there or be...  
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Erik
Reply with quote  #135 
Bob you have been replaced. 

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Bob
Reply with quote  #136 
Thats ok she is better looking them me. I have plenty to do without moving your junk around. Hopefully you rolled home lighter this show.  I take you made it back in one piece?
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Erik
Reply with quote  #137 
we had almost no merch in the van, just the tent tables and our personal stuff. about half of the trailer empty. shipping 27 today. no rest for the wicked. 
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Bob
Reply with quote  #138 
Shipping 27 sales today. You are a force of liquidation
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Erik
Reply with quote  #139 
todays pick
17 virginia civil war letters with great content. 

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Joe
Reply with quote  #140 
That's old.

My wife today brought home a newer Nikken (expensive stuff), bed mattress a friend gave her - years ago I unloaded our house of all things junk, and since then, I inspect all things used/old coming in to our home - so I take out the magnifier and it's loaded with flea flakes. I mean LOADED. It didn't get by the front porch. You junkers must bring some shit (pun intended), into your abode.

I am never (been years) sick, and my head rarely gets stuffed up.... etc. We don't have an outdoor pet, I go out to eat 2-3 times a year, I don't own old stuff, and I don't work around people. I swear, most folks get sick from their outdoor pets, eating out at bad restaurants, working/playing with too many people and living with old dirt.

Just say n'
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Erik
Reply with quote  #141 
what doesnt kill you makes you tougher. 
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Bob
Reply with quote  #142 
Joe, flea dirt is dried blood. You dont need a magnifier to see it. You find it where they eat. If that mattress had flea dirt the owners would have bites and they would not have been using sheets. You might have seen dead skin or mattress material. Mattresses slowly abrade over time.

We are experts in Fleas. We hate them and when we find one we go crazy with combs and vacuuming. We have been flea free since I came back from Texas with a van load of furniture.

We seem to have lost the tics this summer too. We only found a few early and then none. Last year we found at least 100

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Erik
Reply with quote  #143 
from the estate I am cleaning out this week. 1953 and this thing still works like new they dont make shit like they used to. 

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Bob
Reply with quote  #144 
Nice one. My sister has a dryer that plays How dry I am when its done. It used to be mine, slanted front, bubble door. Still works and its 60 years old. It was in my first house which she bought from the people I sold it to. She took the dryer to Milton and last I knew wanted to loose it.


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Erik
Reply with quote  #145 
 all the train set stuff from the brandon house went to the dump today. took up the whole van. headed to westford for a load tomorrow. 
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Bob
Reply with quote  #146 
The Liquidator strikes again! I am stashing my collection till the spring. We are heading out for a 2 week road trip on Thursday.
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Erik
Reply with quote  #147 
your season is over already? the market is just getting good.  
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Bob
Reply with quote  #148 
I am going to look at a truck in the am. One ton chevy gas with a 16 foot fiberglass back. This could be my new utility rig.

As far as I can see several shows a season are enough if you pick them right. I really want a truck that holds the whole inventory.

Anyone one want a creepy Conversion van that is well sorted? Runs like a top, lots of room, probably take 3K for it. You get good sneaks, excellent brakes, great sound system. No rust about 15 mpg real easy to fix if it ever needs work. Runs like a clock currently. Try and find an 1986 cleaner.

The new one may be a dog so I will really not need to move the old one. Dregs list is ify.




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Joe
Reply with quote  #149 
Makes sense for you to get a box truck. Good luck with being a junker. I should be doing that myself - and did for a little while - but I really don't want to deal in stuff. I'll just work my craft and eventually just do really easy choice jobs part time. I do still keep my eye out for a good deal on something I can flip on GL or ebay, but that's about it. 

I flipped one of these back in the early 80's for a whopping $1100.00 profit. And I rode it for a couple of months before selling it. Awesome girl bike. 

http://burlington.craigslist.org/mcy/4639825109.html

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Bob
Reply with quote  #150 
I remember that Dream. I think I made it run for you if I remember right. The Carb slide was stuck.

I drove that van around. Its a time capsule. 1988 Chevy with a fuel injected V8 and 10,800 miles. Needs some brake work and a little interior remodel. The 16 foot box is fiberglass with wooden shelves that would have to be removed. Huge inside space. The guy was pretty firm at 4500 bucks. I am going to wait till I get back from our trip and see if he still has it. Very clean for an 1988.
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