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Petrol can vintage image

Petrol can vintage

£15.00
Seer Green

retro petrol can, ideal for classic car enthusiast, good solid red enamel with pourer

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Irish Shillelagh image

Irish Shillelagh

£10.00
Croydon

Irish Shillelagh in brand new condition. Would suit an Irish pub or someone who collects Irish ornaments.

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UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER image

UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER

£35.00
London

underwood typewriter for sale as per photo on line £35. Cash buyer to collect N12 9NL.

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UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER image

UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER

£50.00
London

UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER. 0ld fashioned typewriter as per photo on line. Needs new ribbon otherwise in working order. £50 Cash Buyer to collect N12 9NL call jim 0792 1062980

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BEH REGENT CLARINET image

BEH REGENT CLARINET

£45.00
High Wycombe

student type circa 1960 {hang on the wall} original case. poss req service.

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Commemorative Candle image

Commemorative Candle

£15.00
Beaconsfield

Princess Diana Pink Candle, boxed as new. Ideal for royal memorabilia collector.

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BUSH Retro Radio Receiver image

BUSH Retro Radio Receiver

£45.00
Beaconsfield

Bush Retro Radio Receiver. Type TR82C. Battery Operated.

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