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Discussion in 'The Powder Room' started by cookie, Dec 4, 2013.
Incredible. I wonder if she still had her father's clothing? He is wearing a fantastic white suit in one of the photos! British collectors would get rather excited by that.
It's amazing that for a house in such decay, moths and other critters didn't eat the collection to dust.
Decay? For a hundred twenty five plus year old house, it's pretty good. Honestly if you could see some of the decay I saw while househunting!
I have no words...this is beyond all my dreams..... just unbelievable......
so sad so sad sad
I can not be there at the auction.
After living in Buffalo and house-hunting in late 19th-century rental houses, I know what you mean. For a late 19th-century house, I agree it looks to be in good shape. I meant decay in the sense of slow deterioration, which I think plaster and wallpaper falling off the ceiling/walls suggests.
I'm curious to see what other household stuff will go up for auction too.
Holy smokes the sheer volume of 'stuff' is staggering! women, enjoy the clothes, I want the highboy dresser! what a find for the vintage community!
It's just as well I can not be at the auction..... the prices are going to be/were horribly high, make no mistake about it.... isn't that always the way?
It's in disrepair, but certainly not 'decaying'. What a treasure trove of wonderful clothing………makes me miss being in the UK, which at this time of year, is always difficult at best
Wow. I dream of finding a hoard like that! All the 30s stuff...beautiful.