It’s supposed to be bright and sunny today so we’re going to start our Fourth of July sidewalk sale early! We’ll be hauling project furniture and boxes of books out beginning this morning!
The weather has been rather unpredictable lately – one minute it’s raining (or we’re having a tornado!), the next the sun is shining brightly. That makes it hard for us to display furniture and other items outside because we really don’t want stuff getting damaged from the wet.
However, it’s not supposed to rain for the next few days. Presuming it doesn’t rain on the Fourth of July, we will have a SIDEWALK SALE with project furniture and other items from our Salvage Closet (which is presently so crammed full, no one can get in to look at the stuff), and a pile of yard sale goodies, plus loads and loads of books. And there will probably be free stuff, too!
Here’s a listing of some of what we have. Please review the photos below to see what condition these items are in:
- a grandfather clock kit – needs to be put together but otherwise in good shape and it works! (or so we are told)
- SOLD! (one of them) 2 vintage wood side/end tables (don’t match)
- SOLD! 4 dining room chairs with fabric seats
- a large wood coffee table, just needs to be refinished
- SOLD! a blonde mid century modern side table that’s pretty wobbly
- SOLD! (some) several chairs that need to be refurbished or re-caned
- 1 large wooden planter
- a nice green braided rug – just needs to be stitched in one area
- SOLD! a wooden step stool
- a small hamper
- SOLD! a small end table
- an end table with drawer
- CURB ALERT! a vintage student desk with stains on top
- a small oval dining room table with leaf (no chairs), in good shape just needs to have the legs attached
- another old student desk; no chair
- a country-style blue fabric headboard & foot board for a twin-sized bed, no rails
- CURB ALERT! a miniature desk-top organizer of some kind (about 15″ high)
- CURB ALERT! an oak medicine cabinet
- a mid century modern style floor lamp
- 3 white desk top lecterns made of particle board
- and an assortment of other small items
Prices: Vary but average $10.00 or less. Plus 5.5% State of Maine Sales Tax of course.
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Heritage Collectibles and Heritage Books & Maps have been combined into one shop:Heritage Collectibles, Books & Maps, located at 189 Main Street in Lewiston. We’ll still have two separate blogs: https://heritagecollectiblesmaine.com andhttps://heritagebooksandmaps.com.
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Papa’s Thrift Shop has been re-opened at 5 Park Street (it’s in the same building as Heritage Collectibles, Books & Maps but with a separate entrance around the corner from the 189 Main Street address)! Papa’s website is: https://papasthriftshop.com/
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In memory of my beloved husband John K Snyder… 20 Sept 1956 – 21 Oct 2016.
He loved our shops, especially Heritage Books, Maps & Ephemera – it was his baby.
He loved me, and oh how I loved him.
Follow our blog at https://warrior-project.org, in honor of my husband, and all others who have been lost to internal demons that in the end, overwhelmed them.
All of the profits after expenses from Heritage Collectibles, Books & Maps and Papa’s Thrift Shop will go to help fund The Warrior Project, a suicide prevention drop-in and counseling center in the process of being developed.
(Please Note: The Warrior Project is in no way intended to be reflective of, or piggy back off, Wounded Warriors which serves those military personnel wounded after September 11, 20o1. Like too many others, John was a warrior long before then.)