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Our hours can be inconsistent because of the demands of my social work job and the need to attend auctions to acquire new inventory!
Please check the latest "Hours" blog, or the pinned posts on our Facebook page or group. If you are coming any distance, please call or text in advance, in case there's been an unexpected change to my schedule. Thank you for understanding!
Week of August 06-12, 2017:
Sunday... 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Monday... 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Tuesday... 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Thursday... 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Friday... 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Saturday... 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm (?) going to an auction
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Tag Archives: chest of drawers
Here’s a nice little side table or chest with three drawers. Dimensions: 28.5″H x 14″W x 14″D Condition: It’s in good condition… it’s good and clean, as the pictures show. Price: Just $15.00 at Heritage Collectibles. Plus the standard … Continue reading
It would be pretty hard to beat our price on this basic brown wood dresser, that came out of an 1800s home in Auburn. As we often say… Leave it as is, or use it as a project piece! … Continue reading
This sweet little child’s chest of drawers is good and sturdy, but lightweight. It came out of an 1800’s era home in Auburn, along with a number of other items we’ll be posting shortly. Leave it as is, or use … Continue reading
This is a nice clean 4-drawer maple dresser. It’s solid, and heavier than it looks. Someone obviously didn’t like the original drawer pulls and replaced them with knobs, so although it’s fully functional (the drawers slide easily with no sticking), … Continue reading
Come on in and visit us… It’s a perfect day for shopping! Check out additional pictures at the end of this blog. Don’t forget to sign up for our blog at http://heritagecollectiblesmaine.com so you can get all the most recent … Continue reading
This nice little chest of drawers has stood the test of time. Unlike those pieces for sale at furniture stores that have been through a “multi-step finishing process [that] results in a weathered, distressed patina” (an actual quote) – with a … Continue reading