Oh how I love this chair. I bought it used a year and a half ago for the desk in my office, but since closing the office suite and moving my business back home, I just have no room for it; it’s quite a bit bigger than the boring swivel chair I’m presently stuck using.
Condition: Except for a few dings here and there as seen in the photos, it’s in great shape. There are no cracks in the leather.
Firm Price: $115.00. If I can’t get this price, I’ll find room in my house somewhere – even if I have to use it to “store” my laundry!
Dimensions: 23″ at the seat’s widest, and 18″ to the top of the seat, 40 to the top of the back, and about 21″ deep where the legs splay out slightly.
FCFS. Sorry, no holds without payment in advance via PayPal (see below for purchase options). We don’t use any other cash or money app.
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Local Pick Up Available:
Auburn. This item is located at a private home in Auburn, and can be seen there by appointment, which ordinarily would be on weekends only. For those who prefer, you can find this item on Facebook’s Marketplace here: https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/1272339853283416 or you can send an email to Linda at HeritageCollectiblesMaine@gmail.com
Payment Through This Website: This site supposedly offers the option of paying directly but there’s some kind of weird glitch and payment info for every new item posted somehow auto-populates to every previous item. Since that’s obviously wrong, I’ve had to eliminate that option on most items. My apologies! Please connect with me via firstname.lastname@example.org for purchase info. Because my primary business is non-stop and demanding, I probably won’t get back to you until early morning or late evening. (More apologies!)
Our Other Maine Locations:
Brunswick. We have a display cabinet (#27) at Cabot Mill Antiques, 14 Maine Street in Brunswick (ME). Their phone number is 207-725-2855. Cabot Mill is open Sunday through Saturday from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. I don’t have good photos of the inventory at Cabot Mill as the display cabinet is all glass and I end up getting so much glare, it’s hard to see what’s available!
Oxford. Our more contemporary inventory is located at Happy Trails Antiques & Flea Market at 891 Main Street, Oxford (ME). Their phone is 207-515-0927. Happy Trails is open Thursdays, Fridays & Saturdays from 9:00-5:00, and Sundays from 10:00-4:00. Our booth number (both booths) is S47, although one says S75 on the booth wall. For photos of these booths (at the time of posting), check out this blog: https://heritagecollectiblesmaine.com/2021/04/26/our-two-booths-at-happy-trails-antiques-flea-market/
Waterville. Hathaway Mill Antiques is located at 10 Water Street, Waterville (ME). Their phone is 207-877-0250. Hathaway Mill Antiques is open Wednesday through Sunday, from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. We are booth #23 (or HCB). You can find photos of the inventory in this booth (at the time of posting) here: https://heritagecollectiblesmaine.com/2021/05/03/heres-our-new-booth-of-vintage-antiques-at-hathaway-mill-antiques-in-waterville/
By the way, if you like classy (not tacky) nude art like we do, check out our other website: www.nude.boutique.
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, although it has been in hiatus during the pandemic. I’m hoping to begin working on this again during the spring of 2022.
(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.)