Its time for our annual clearance sale -26th October 

Lots of  low cost items from £5 to £50 that you can recycle for home/office. Plus vintage collectible and interesting items from 1950's  Private view on the day- by appointment.               

Vintage , collectable and recyclable items-Offers

George Lane, close to South Woodford Station (Central Line)  Email:

Above, 1960's Goblin tea/coffee maker in working order- offers

Above, Great centre-display piece - £30 

Above,  vintage tennis racquets


Above, Cricket helmet £15 

Above-  in wood approx 69cms

Above, Alabaster statue approx 59cms.£200


Above, Upper body exerciser £25

Above, Painting- on board £50

Above, Art deco table Extends to seat 6/8- £40
Easy to dismantle when you move or store.


1960 contemporary art brochures and ephemera
 Numerous items items for under £10 or £20 

2012 Olympics items, vintage sports gear, oil and water colour paintings, 3 X pine office desks, post-cards,19th C and 20th C books, Royal memorabilia, vintage and antique cameras. Ephemera, treen, silver coins, stamps, First Day covers, vintage vinyl -LPs and singles from the 1950s,1960s,1970's and 80s,

Very stylish vintage drinks cabinet (reproduction Georgian). Price £250.          Will deliver in London.

Plenty of storage for drinks glasses etc.

West German and English vintage p​​​​ottery. Many more from £10-£50

Above, Hand made vintage copper £40

Above, good sized very smart, glass top desk 82h x 112w x 70 deep plus sliding shelf  (detachable). Offers

 Vintage Alcocks bakerlite centre pin reel

Above, vintage split cane rod (1 of 3) 

(framed) and under glass £150

Above, very limited edition print, hand tinted -  Amsterdam

Vintage sports equipment including (below)

 plus various items from 2012 Olympics

Superbly comfortable restoration project £25

Armchair- base

 Exercise machine-£10

  For vintage costume jewellery click here.

W.W.1. books, photos and army ephemera

Come and see us.  We're near the tube on the Central Line. 07960 759164 

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