These two tufted vivid gold club chairs feature low barrel backs and lots of swank vintage charm.
They date most likely from the 1960s but are in good condition besides slight damage at the arm as pictured.
Generously proportioned and luxuriously tufted chippendale style armchair in a dark, bottle green color. Nailhead studs and a rich mahogany frame make this most fitting for a study or any room with serious aspirations!
Minor wear at the back which may be repaired using a leather dye & repair kit.
Vintage 1940s Streamline Moderne walnut and steel faux grained walnut cash register.
Solidly built with steel clad wood frame and handsome base of walnut. There is a black Vitrolite glass counter. Wood and Bakelite encompass the interior till that is complete and damage free.
In need of repairs to be operable, otherwise just cosmetic cleaning and detailing would make it more than presentable.
All keys appear to be included!
It’s very heavy!
Price is for all. This includes three with severe frame damage and in need of repairs by a professional.
The pale celadon silk on all most likely dates from the 1920s to 1940s. They are very nicely carved and in a rich, deep mahogany finish which is in very good condition considering their age.
A handsome circa 1905 Singer treadle sewing machine with iron base and tiger oak veneered case.
The decals and gilding are all original and in very good condition. The options from restoration to repurposing are numerous!
The case has some missing appliqués, the others are located in the drawer. The case also has veneer damage and wear tear consistent with its age and original purpose. The leather belt should also be replaced if you intend to make this machine functional again.