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    Re: Where can I sell this?

    I have an aversion to Ebay, don't ask why, I don't know.

    I think that these places may find your things interesting

    etsy dot com

    (I am not allowed to write a URL yet. )

    also another...
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    Re: looking for a vintage faucet replacement

    type blog
    then dot
    then shop 4 classics
    dot com
    then /2010
    then /05/
    then vintage-kitchen-faucets-enriching
    then -your
    then html
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    Re: Why are salvage items so expensive?

    I know that in our area we have a non-for profit radiator warehouse where you go and pick the one you want for about 30$ or less and it is in an effort to recycle :)

    I like older things because...
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    Re: New plumbing for vintage sink?

    whatever you do don't toss the sink. I am trying to sell my vintage sink (turn of the century) so I researched them on line and they are very expensive sinks and cost a ton to replace.

    Take the...
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    Re: What to do with coal chute?

    find a secure, architecturally tasteful way to hide it from the outside and insulate it on the inside.

    You may want to finished the basement and use it and that could lead to security issues esp....
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    Re: Pocket door stops

    I am not sue about the stops, however, if anyone wants to purchase some amazing pocket doors- (chestnut and walnut woods! ). They are amazing. (they can be found on this website,

    I have to write...
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    Re: Furniture find, cant identify

    If you want period furniture for your home, I have a wonderful, hang off the wall, vintage (turn of the century) Standard manufactured cast iron porcelain sink :)

    It is lovely - and it has the...
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    Re: Cast iron boiler- worth anything?

    If it works it is worth the price of a new boiler!
    I think it is ingenious! These days a boiler won't go past a decade or two-
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