antique brass DIETZ convex oil lamp burner & 4" font NR

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  • Item Category: Furniture & Furnishings
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Mar 16,2007
  • Channel: Online Auction

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HOOK'S TREASURES --A Pirate's Sparkling Hoard--

antique brass DIETZ convex oil lamp burner & 4" font NR (item details in black below)
Arrrgghh, Another Hook's Antique Treasure. We're digging up stuff that's older than Hook!

Dealers Bookmark this NO-RESERVE, WHOLESALE site. The Cap'n and his sources pull straight out of homes & estates. We don't sell fer dealers (so no reproduction specialists) & don't mix in new with yer collectibles. If we got it, it was found in a home that way.

$50 to $1,000 treasures can commonly be found right (a $6,700 sale a while back) and ALL our daily 3-day auctions start at just $.99! This is real treasure hunting. We hope the loot don't sell this low, but IT JUST MIGHT!

HAVE YERSELF LOTS O' FUN!

And ta see all the loot on the Captain's main site, stab yer cutlass !
BE SURE TO SEE: Tinkerbell's BUY-IT-NOW store

NOW OPEN
About 4 3/8 inches high and about 4 inches across the base. 2 lbs. See our smaller convex Dietz burner and font also on sale right now and soon. 3T10dat4 -- BUY MORE THAN ONE ITEM AND THE REST SHIP FREE (SEE PETER PAN'S FREE SHIPPING OFFER!) All delicate items are carefully padded and double-boxed for safe keepin' through rough seas and unsavory hands; it's a bit more heavy, but'll keep them treasures safe.

The big bloke who packs and ships the largest items and multi-orders is often on the road for The Captain's estate liquidation company, so some delays in those cases are possible.

"No plank walkin' for the customers," the Cap'n says, so we give yer a 100% money-back guarantee on all items. We even include shipping both ways if t is any error in our product representation. Sorry, but the international portion of shipping is not refundable.
No Scullduggery : No Reserve!
We'll take yer personal checks, money orders, MasterCard, Visa, Discover, American Express, and PayPal.
Sturdy packin' and shippin' is $6.59. 'Cause we usually work through them blokes at Fed-Ex Ground, Hawaii, Alaska and other countries run extra.

PETER PANS' FREE SHIPPING OFFER: (FER TREASURES BOUGHT & SHIPPED TOGETHER)
Ye'll pay cargo costs on jus' one item ~~ whichever shippin' quote is highest ~~ and ya won't pay another coin fer havin' us float the rest yer way. Yep, all other treasures SHIP FREE! That means ya can buy five, ten, even more treasures an' only pay the cargo costs on one o' them. GET THEE SHOPPIN'!

Ta get yer FREE SHIPPIN' all items must be:
1. PAID FER AT THE SAME TIME.
2. PURCHASED WITHIN A 7-DAY PERIOD.
3. SHIPPED BY UPS
(SORRY, NO P.O. BOXES).
4. PAID FER WITHIN 7 DAYS OF LAST BID.
5. SHIPPED IN CONTINENTAL U.S.
(Hawaii, Alaska & Other Countries pay actual shipping cost plus $1.50).
'Buncha orders are insured for free, but we'll let yer know if it's different.
THANKS FOR STOPPIN' BY THE ISLAND!

SOME OF THE HIRED HELP AIN'T TOO BRIGHT, SO PLEASE ASSUME MOST ITEMS NEED A MINOR CLEANING.
See our entire pile of glitterin' Pirate baubles on eBay by throwin' a finger !

Land lubbers from Maine need to bribe the Gov'nor with an extra 5% for sales tax.

HOOK'S TREASURES --A Pirate's Sparkling Hoard--

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