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Drexel bedroom set from the 1930's

Posted by murphy-lugnut (My Page) on
Tue, Mar 3, 09 at 0:47

I have a compleate drexel bedroom set from the 1930's and would just asume throw it away. I live in the chicago area and if anyone knows where to take such and item please let me know. Mabey a trade in store or something like that?
icemurphy28@hotmail.com
I am moving soon and would like to not have to bring it to the new house, it must wiegh 500 lbs. please point me in the right direction of what i should do with such an item.
thank you
dan


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RE: Drexel bedroom set from the 1930's

If you want to sell it, try Craigslist.

You could, also, call Salvation Army and donate it. They will come and pick it up. They will also leave a receipt for you to use as a tax deduction.


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RE: Drexel bedroom set from the 1930's

Depending on what you mean by "complete" and the condition, you might easily sell it for $1000....perhaps a little more.
Do you still want to throw it away?
Linda c


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RE: Drexel bedroom set from the 1930's

1st registered 3/3 is a little suspect to say the least


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RE: Drexel bedroom set from the 1930's

LOL, jetvtr.

I just posted the same kind of message to the Lexington post.

This one I actually believe. Probably doing a search on his furniture question and ended up here.


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