ANTIQUE MERSMAN MAHOGANY COFFEE TABLE CARVED PEDESTAL

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  • Item Category: Furniture & Furnishings
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Apr 25,2007
  • Channel: Online Auction

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Antique Mahogany Coffee Table by Mersman 7399 with beautiful carved legs, snail feet, hard to find size, nice large round table with beautiful wood grain, well kept. See our other listings for more fine antique and vintage and decorator items. New listings Sun-Thurs. Make us a favorite to check back often. New load in twice weekly. No reserve . Click to see our other items: /_W0QQsassZtulsa*antiquesQQhtZ-1

Size: 32" wide x 17.5" tall

Shipping: 64.00 Greyhound GPX shipping terminal to terminal, home delivery available in most area's, email for quote if this service is needed. Items are professional packaged and insured to all 48 lower states. All items are available for local pick up as well, local sales tax applies for all pick ups.

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Condition: Very good, minor wear. Bid with confidence as we have many repeat buyers because our business was built on honest ethical sales, great packaging, prompt service, and communication throughout your transaction. Computer monitors may vary in color of items.

FAQ: Do you have a store we can view items in person? No, all of our items are listed on ebay, stored until ready to package and ship or pick up. We are not able to show items that are stored as they are packed tightly and their is no room to walk around. All items picked up in person we have to collect sales tax on, it is the law. Because we do not have a store we can offer our antiques at drastically lower prices than antique store's. Not responsible for loss or damage during shipment. All items are insured. Carriers pay insurance claims directly to you. Buyer must contact us within 48 hours end of auction to let us know they have received the invoice and let us know their method of payment and date of payment. Payments must be received within 7 days end of auction. We accept Paypal and Money Orders. Click on "ME" above to learn more about us, our shipping policies and feedback info. Thanks

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Armoires and Bookcases are normally broken down for shipment, other items such as heavy dressers and chests that exceed 100lbs may be broken down for shipment due to weight and size restrictions by Greyhound.

Payment: Paypal with confirmed addresses only, be sure you have your address confirmed at Paypal before sending payment. You can use your credit card or bank account with Paypal, we also accept Money Orders and Cashiers Checks and Personal Checks as well. Items are held for 14 days for checks to clear. We need your phone number for your shipment.

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