Offering a 1934 Royal Model P. It has been fully refurbished, and the Royal typewriter has its original gloss black finish. Fantastic typing on this one. Click for more details.
Offered at $325.- SOLD
A 19th century Hitchcock chair, with a very sturdy rush seat. There is very subtle original stenciling over the classic Hitchcock black paint. The seating surface looks to have a bit of age to it, but in very good condition and very tight. The chair construction is completely intact and comfortable.
Use it to complete a collection of Hitchcock chairs or mix it into a classic or shabby chic decor.
The chair was acquired in New England, which is home to the Hitchcock company.
The chair will ship by UPS. Please be in contact for shipping charges to your location. International shipping is offered. Buyer is responsible for shipping & handling charges. All furnishings ship with a great deal of care, and are insured for the full sale price.
Offering an original 1940’s Western Electric Telephone. It’s in very fine condition, with very few scratches to the handle or bakelite telephone base. The 1950’s cord going to the receiver has a few cracks in the wire covering. This does not affect the interior cord and the receiver works perfectly. Both the speaker and microphone are crisp and clear. The rotary dial is smooth and made of metal. The ringer is fantastic and reminds me of so many brilliant 1940’s movies.
I’m personally amazed at how nice the shine is and how little wear is present. The original four-prong plug is attached and can be plugged into the wall outlet with an $8.00 adapter from an electronics store. It could also be wired right into the wall outlet.
I’ve personally tested the phone by attaching the wires in the plug, to a phone outlet. All the functions work perfectly. Early telephones were meant to last forever and almost never break.
Please be in contact for shipping and handling charges. International shipping is available.