First, the remaining sale times:
Friday, January 18, 10:00-3:00
Saturday, January 19, 12:00-3:00
(Snow Date: Sunday, January 20, 10:00-3:00)
Some items will be half the prices listed below on Saturday, January 19 if they haven’t sold by that date.
I’m still working on getting the shop organized but there’s plenty that needs to be sold (more than is listed here)!
Come on in during the above times and get some great deals… bring a truck to haul off your purchases!
Okay, so here’s the info:
Heritage Collectibles, Books & Maps is closing its physical location, and moving primarily to on-line sales, as well as flea markets, and of course, the Undercover Antique Mall in Oxford.
We’re presently in the process of removing everything we plan to keep and sell through the above venues; there will still be plenty left over that we no longer have the room or need for, which we’ll be selling for pretty cheap… and some will be available for free!
Payment: PayPal or cash only (unless you are known to us, in which case we can take a check). Prices discounted by 10% for any cash sales over $100. (It helps if I don’t have to pay the PayPal fees.)
Note: Unless you have a valid dealer certificate, the 5.5% Maine State sales tax will be applied!
Here’s a partial list, which I’ll continue to update so please keep checking back! You’ll find photos of some items below. Some items are very inexpensive or free; others are priced at a fair market retail – if they don’t sell, I’ll just keep them. However, if you’re buying a LOT, feel free to discuss pricing.
… lots of framed contemporary photographs (vehicles, teddy bears, animals, wizards & unicorns, scenery) about 24″W x 15″H; great for flea markets! – about 30 at $3.00 each
… unframed posters; the same type of photos as above – about 125 in lots of 25, at $12.50 per lot
… one very heavy oak look (press board?) bookcase, 3 shelves – $35.00
… 4 steel shelving units – $50.00 each or $175 for all 4 (they originally cost about $250 each)
… one oak look press board bookcase with rounded edges – $15.00
… white bookcase (the heavy cardboard back needs to be reattached) – $15.00
… white Pottery Barn (?) bookcase / display, intended to hang on the wall – $35.00
… vintage wooden music / magazine display with 14 pockets, oak look – $15.00
… vintage wooden magazine / music display, dark wood – $35.00
… small two shelf bookcase on wheels – $10.00
… SOLD! oak look bookcase with drawer below – $35.00
Books, By the Box, Contemporary Fiction
… NOW! just $2.00 per box, most of which have between 25-50 books in them!
… There are at least 35 boxes left. Please come take them all!
SOLD! Books, Christmas craft books by the box, 4 boxes, about 25 full colored hardcovers per box – $15 per box (these originally cost around $8-$10 per book; at a flea market you should be able to get $3-$4 each)
Books, Maine Legislative Record (17 from the 1960 through the 1980s) – $2.00 each or $25.00 for all 17 of them
SOLD! Books, Religious & Spiritual, about 700 books – I’ve been advertising these for $301 for the entire lot (that’s 43c per book; during this sale only, I’ll take $100 just so I don’t have to haul them home and sell them off, piece by piece).
… the books that are still in the shop (I’m still working to get them loaded and moved out), that are not part of the above-mentioned box lots, are between $1.00-$5.00 each, well below their retail value.
… black metal art grids, 8′ x 2′, with 3″ grids – 17 in all, $30.00 each or $450.00 for all of them (if you were to order them from the manufacturer, you’d find the cost of shipping would almost double the price!) – There were originally 19 (I miscounted!) but I’ve SOLD 2 of them, so there are 17 left.
… art grid wall brackets – 2 per 8′ grid, $2.50 per set, or $34.00 for 17 sets
… black metal brackets for hanging inventory from the art grids – bags of 12 for $3.00
… 8 foot wooden display “tree”, for corners or flat against the wall – $35.00
… grey steel lectern – $25.00 (original cost about $200 or so)
… brown velvety chair, comfy and great for a camp or porch; has what appears to be a cigarette burn hole in the seat – $5.00
… SOLD! antique blue side chair, wooden arms, velvety seat & back – $15.00
… large caned rocker; some of the webbing is beginning to fray – $10.00
… bentwood rocker – $10.00
… 8-10 antique straight chairs – $8.00 each, or take all for $6.00 each
… about 10 vintage card tables covered with local business advertising – $5.00 each or $40.00 for 10
… 8′ folding table in near perfect condition- $25.00
… 5′ conference table, solid and very nice – $100.00
… 4 conference chairs – $35.00 each; $100 for all four
… brown wood entertainment center – $10.00
… black tiered plant stand – $5.00
… vintage blue rocking chair – $10.00
… little yellow chair – $5.00
… 4 student desks (must be assembled) – $10.00 each or $30.00 for all 4
… 2 chairs to match the student desks above – $5.00 each
… 2 antique student desk & chair one-piece combos – $25.00 each
… 5 vintage school desk/chair one-piece combos – $10.00 each or $40.00 for all 4
… 2 large matching lamps – $5.00 for the set
… assorted lamp shades – $3.00 each
… SOLD! cedar hope chest (someone painted it pink) – $40.00 (originally $95.00)
… small white cabinet – $5.00
… round wooden kitchen table & 4 chairs (one doesn’t match but is similar) – $20.00 for the set
… wooden art holder with shelving, solid and very heavy- $75.00
… map cubby – $10.00
… small wooden “project” desk – $10.00
… two vintage trunks – $40.00 each (originally as much as $125.00)
… box of vintage wallpaper – $5.00 (was $20.00)
… beautiful over-sized chaise lounge – $95.00 (originally was $400.00)
… 1 blue office chair – $4.00
… 1 small computer desk – $4.00
… SOLD! 1 vintage metal 3-shelved plant stand – $10.00
… about 100 Maine topographical maps (there are a few New Hampshire and others in the lot) My husband loved old maps and sold quite a few of these for between $10-$20 each. The entire lot is $100.00
… The Roving Bookman – $15.00 (originally $25.00)
… Rustic wooden sign on board: “Retail Store” – $15.00
… mini or dorm-sized refrigerator – $50.00
… medical balance scale – $40.00
… 2 small postal scales – $4.00 each
… a variety of vintage mirrors (some quite large) – priced from $3.00-$20.00
… several bulletin boards & small white boards – from $1.00-$4.00 each
… River Queen steamboat, scale model in a lighted working aquarium- $35.00 (was $75.00)
… SOLD! 3 vintage wall clocks in wooden cases with pendulums – $15.00 each (were $30.00-$40.00 each); all 3 for $25.00
… SOLD! vintage male dress form – $25.00 (was $75.00)
… several sets of vintage dishes – $5.00-$20.00 each set (some were $95.00 a set)
… bags/boxes of miscellaneous flea market type stuff: angels, clowns, bells, and more – prices vary
… 20-30 pieces of roofing slate – $50 for all of it
… 1 dozen beautiful ceramic carousel animal figurines (a couple have broken legs but we have the pieces) – $10.00
… 3 miniature oil lamps – $5.00
… two pillows: 1 pink, 1 blue – $1.00 each
… black & brown geometric pillows: 3 small, 1 large – $10.00 for all
… a glass front metal display case, about 2 1/2 feet high – $5.00
… a box of gold metallic beads such as Mardi Gras necklaces are made from… appears to be one very long string (see photo below) – $10.00
… 2 vintage automatic household ironers (a Bendix & an Ironrite with matching chair) – I hate to say it, but metal scrappers might want these
… 3 black particle board bookcases
… 1 large white particle board bookcase
… 1 large dark brown wooden bookcase
… GONE! 1 very large oak hutch
… GONE! 1 brown wood coffee table
… GONE! a box of Arizona Highways magazines
… GONE! a box of Life magazines
… several boxes of Mother Earth News
… several boxes of Organic Gardening
… a set of patio screen doors
… videotapes – yoga, movies, etc
… a white wire magazine holder
… loads of baskets
… glassware: boxes of wine glasses, dishes, and more
… vases for crafts or a small florist: 4 boxes of assorted styles
… a box of old rolls of wallpaper
… a set of American Heritage books
I’ll bring the following freebies in if you ask for them; otherwise they’re going to the dump:
… old style medium sized television
… antique tea cart with in-lays – needs repair
Location: Enter 9 Park Street, Lewiston into your GPS. Our entrance is in the BACK of the building that is bounded by Main &Park streets.
Park in the first space you find on Park Street. Our entrance is through the back door under the black and white skull & crossbones flag. Please do NOT park in the driveway as that is my landlord’s parking space.
All sales, after expenses, go to support The Grief Warrior Project, a suicide prevention drop-in center in development. I’m also a volunteer for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP). FMI: Linda, 207 / 740-2247.
NOTE: Our 14,000 books, plus maps, sheet music and art will soon be available primarily on-line (with local delivery in the Auburn, Maine area available), while most of our vintage, antique and other inventory can be found at the Undercover Antique Mall in Oxford. We are booth number 56.
Thank you to everyone who has supported us since August of 2014!
In memory of my beloved husband John K Snyder… 20 Sept 1956 – 21 Oct 2016.
He loved our shops, especially the section we called Heritage Books, Maps & Ephemera – that was his baby. Johnny was an avid reader, who loved the feel of real books in his hands… history was his forte, but in true Renaissance Man fashion, John knew a lot about a great many subjects. He would often be so fascinated by a book he was reading that he would excitedly read aloud passages to me, so we could discuss the ideas contained therein.
He loved me like crazy, 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 will go to help fund The Grief Warrior Project, a suicide prevention drop-in and counseling center in the process of being developed.
(Please Note: The Grief 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, 2001. Like too many others, John was a warrior long before then.)